Blair is a Knoxville native and enjoys serving her community. Her primary practice areas are in adoption, divorce, custody, child welfare and estate planning. Blair is an experienced litigator and serves as a frequent lecturer on adoption law, custody and divorce litigation. She is active in providing pro bono services through East Tennessee Legal Aid, serves as a Mentor in the Knoxville Bar Association and is a past member of local volunteer organizations such as Junior League of Knoxville.
While in law school, Blair served as Secretary of the Phi Delta Phi Honors Fraternity, was active in the Women’s Bar Association, and worked for both the Mississippi Attorney General’s Office and the Hinds County Chancery Court. She focused her studies in family and juvenile law and served as a student attorney admitted to limited practice at the Rankin County Youth Court, and as a Guardian ad Litem in Hinds County Chancery Court.
While completing her undergraduate degree, Blair worked full time as a Legislative Assistant for the Tennessee General Assembly. There she worked directly for the Minority Leader with whom she organized and ran the State Government Sub-Committee. It was there she found her passion for the law and had the unique experience of seeing first-hand how laws are created in Tennessee.
Blair lives in west Knoxville with her Husband and son.
Mississippi College School of Law