Jad A. Duncan was born in Nashville, Tennessee in 1976. He attended the University... more
Jad A. Duncan was born in Nashville, Tennessee in 1976. He attended the University of Tennessee (B.S., 1999) and then attended law school at Nashville School of Law (J.D., 2005). After passing the Tennessee Bar Exam, he began his law practice in 2005,partnered with his late father, Jimmy A. Duncan. Currently, Mr. Duncan is practicing law in the historic West Nashville Law Office at 4800... 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
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