Attorney Ellen Taylor Turley
Ellen Taylor Turley graduated from Vanderbilt University in 1979 with a B.A. in English. She furthered her educational pursuit and graduated the University of Tennessee College of Law in 1984. In 1985, Attorney Turley went to work for the State of Tennessee Legislative Services, drafting and writing new laws. The following year, 1986, Attorney Turley became a trial lawyer at Brown, Brown, and White. There she averaged 10-15 trial cases per week. As a result of her experience, Attorney Turley decided to open her own private practice in Nashville.
The Law Offices of Ellen Taylor Turley started in a very small office building in the Donelson area (1987) and now has two thriving, busy offices in both the Brentwood and Green Hills areas. In 2002, prior to her business relocation, Attorney Turley decided to challenge her negotiating skills by becoming a Rule 31 Listed Mediator.
Attorney Turley has a passion for family legal matters because she recognizes the drastic impact the outcomes of her cases have on the lives of her neighbors. She is proud to be an advocate in the Nashville area because she sees this community as her family. She is welcoming to all people and serves each new client by tailoring her legal representation to meet the clients' individual needs.