Gordon Allen Byars was born in Las Vegas but moved to Huntingdon, a small town in... more
Gordon Allen Byars was born in Las Vegas but moved to Huntingdon, a small town in West Tennessee, when he was in seventh grade and has remained in Tennessee ever since. Mr. Byars earned his Bachelor's degree in Sociology with a concentration in Criminal Justice from Tennessee Technological University in Cookeville Tennessee. Mr. Byars earned his Doctorate of Jurisprudence from Lincoln Memor... view profile
I was raised in a small Upper Cumberland community. I attended the local high school... more
I was raised in a small Upper Cumberland community. I attended the local high school and went on to graduate Summa Cum Laude from Tennessee Tech. Afterwards, I earned my Law Degree from The University of Tenneessee. Now, I have returned to the Upper Cumberland; opening my own law firm in Cookeville, Tennessee. Located in the Historic North Dixie District, I am grateful to be able to serve the m... view profile
I practice in the Upper Cumberland region of Middle Tennessee; primarily in Putnam... more
I practice in the Upper Cumberland region of Middle Tennessee; primarily in Putnam County. After moving with my family to the area in the late 90's, I chose to attend Tennessee Technological University. While there, I earned a Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering. Afterwards, I attended The Appalachian School of Law in Grundy, Virginia. Located in the valleys of the Appalachians, ASL is a... view profile
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