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Adams and Reese Nashville Office Partner in Charge Brad Lampley was featured in the Nashville Business Journal’s “Who to Meet” Spotlight: “From the Gridiron to the Courtroom,” discussing Lampley’s legal career, contributions to the Nashville community, and his former college football career at The University of Tennessee.

Lampley answered questions from, “What led you to be an attorney?” to “How do you like to spend your free time?” to “What was it like playing with Peyton at Tennessee?”

Lampley played offensive tackle during the 1990s, playing with Manning on some of the school’s best performing teams. He seriously thought at being a college football coach, but had a chance encounter with Sam Bartholomew, who gave him a job at Adams and Reese’s predecessor firm.

Lampley now manages the Nashville office of Adams and Reese. His primary focus is in government relations, lobbying on behalf of clients before the Tennessee General Assembly.

Lampley was recently appointed by Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam to serve a five year term on the University of Tennessee Board of Trustees, which is the governing body of the University of Tennessee and its five campuses across the state. He has also served on the board of directors of the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl for more than a decade, during which time the bowl has grown to provide an average economic impact of more than $18 million per year for the Nashville area. He served as the bowl's Chairman in 2011 and 2012, the youngest Chairman in the bowl's history. He also serves on the board of directors for the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame, and volunteers his time as a youth football coach.