Passionate. Straightforward. Well-versed. Call Attorney Conway today!
William “Will” Conway moved back home to Tennessee and started William J Conway Esq. PC, a solo practice, exclusively dedicated to criminal defense in 2008. Since starting his practice in Nashville, Mr. Conway has handled cases ranging from first-degree murder down to simple drug possession cases. Additionally, Mr. Conway has handled several complex wire-tap drug conspiracy cases. A mutual passion for defending citizens accused of crimes brought Mr. Conway to Bell, Tennent, & Frogge, PLLC where he served in an Of Counsel capacity for 5 years. After one partner left to become Executive Director of the Public Defender’s Conference and another went to pursue Federal Death Penalty work, BTF split up and Mr. Conway went back to having a solo practice. He devotes his practice to representing those accused of crimes and is an experienced trial attorney having handled thousands of criminal cases at various stages in trial and appellate court levels. Mr. Conway has handled over 20 First Degree Murder cases and has never lost one at trial and has never had a First Degree Murder conviction.
Mr. Conway also handles Title IX claims from all of the local universities. He has successfully represented Respondents accused of Title IX violations at Vanderbilt, MTSU, and Belmont.
Routinely, Mr. Conway is consulted by local media outlets to provide expert analysis on various aspects of criminal defense.
Born and raised in Knoxville, Mr. Conway attended the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.
|Of Counsel||Bell, Tennent, & Frogge||2012 - Present|
|President||William J. Conway, Esq. P.C.||2008 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|American Inns of Court||Member||2013 - Present|
|Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers||2008 - Present|
|Nashville Bar Association||2008 - Present|
|Tennessee Bar Association||2008 - Present|
|Florida Coastal School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2007|
|State of Tennessee v. T.C.||Not guilty|
|State of Tennessee v. A.P.||Voluntary Manslaughter|
|State of Tennessee v. C.C||Dismissed|
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