Bobbie Jean Lamar


Bobbie Jean Lamar began her legal career as Staff Attorney to respected Nashville Judge Randy Kennedy in the Probate Court for Davidson County. She graduated cum laude from the Nashville School of Law, gaining entry to the prestigious Cooper’s Inn. Her accolades include recognition by the Tennessee Supreme Court as a Law Student for Justice.

Originally graduating from Thomas Jefferson University magna cum laude, her career as an attorney began after over 15 years of nursing. This experience initially included roles in cardiac care and hospice nursing, working with families in need of compassion and hope.

Ms. Lamar’s love for the elderly led her to focus solely on hospice care, focusing her professional efforts on patients diagnosed with various forms of Dementia, providing nursing care, education, and advocacy to her patients and their families. Ms. Lamar comes to the firm with a unique combination of specialized education and experience that combines her practical experience and compassion for the elderly with her legal acumen.

Law School: Nashville School of Law, J.D. cum laude

Practice Areas: Probate Law, Conservatorships, Estate Law, Elder Law

Admissions: Tennessee