Meet Nick Clemmons
Nick Clemmons is a proud Lebanon native, born and raised in Wilson County. During much of his life, Nick’s mother worked as a paralegal. Nick grew up spending time in law firms and around attorneys. Nick’s great-grandfather, Ridley Clemmons, served as a Justice of the Peace in Wilson County in the 1930s.
Nick graduated magna cum laude from Middle Tennessee State University in 2013. Nick graduated in the top ten percent (10%) of his law school class at the Nashville School of Law, attaining his Doctor of Jurisprudence in May 2018. He was inducted into the Cooper’s Inn Honor Society. While in law school, Nick worked as a law clerk for law firms practicing civil litigation, criminal defense, and family law in Nashville and Lebanon.
After graduation, Nick spent a year serving as the law clerk for the Honorable Chancellor Howard W. Wilson, of the Rutherford County Chancery Court. While serving as law clerk, he assisted the Chancellor in legal research and writing in a wide variety of civil and criminal cases, including divorces, child custody actions, adoptions, personal injury cases, contract disputes, real estate disputes, and misdemeanor and felony criminal matters.
Nick’s practice focuses on felony & misdemeanor criminal defense, family law, and civil litigation. Nick is a strong believer in the equality and impartiality that our American system of justice provides. He also recognizes the importance of constitutional rights afforded to defendants in criminal cases, including the right to counsel, the presumption of innocence, and the right to trial by jury. To these ends, Nick strives to provide quality, competency, and compassion in the representation of his clients.
Outside of the practice of law, Nick enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, and watching sports. He is a dedicated fan of the Atlanta Braves, Liverpool Football Club, and the Memphis Grizzlies.