Practitioners share experiences with clinics

UT Law clinics are directed by more than just our faculty. Barbara Johnson, who served as field and regional supervisor for the Tennessee Department of Child Services for more than thirty years, co-supervises the Homer A. Jones Jr. Wills Clinic with Professor Amy Hess.
October 29, 2015 2:49 pm

UT Law clinics are directed by more than just our faculty. Barbara Johnson, who served as field and regional supervisor for the Tennessee Department of Child Services for more than thirty years, co-supervises the Homer A. Jones Jr. Wills Clinic with Professor Amy Hess. Stephen Johnson, who serves on the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers’ Board of Directors, co-directs the Innocence and Wrongful Convictions Clinic with Professor Dwight Aarons. Jo Ann Lehberger, a former Kentucky family court judge, supervises students in the Domestic Violence Clinic, who work with clients to seek and enforce orders of protection. Wade Davies, a member of Tennessee’s Board of Professional Responsibility, co-teaches the Appellate Litigation Clinic.