Faculty Profile: Sharon Frankenberg

Sharon FrankenbergJudicial Magistrate, Knox County
Previous Courses Taught (34)
  • TBA 2017 Annual Review in Knoxville (Fast Track 15 Hours)
  • Tennessee Bar Association Knoxville Annual Fast Track CLE [15 Hours]
  • Tennessee Bar Association Annual CLE: Fast Track Program with 15 Hours [Knoxville]
  • GP 2014: Mechanics’ and Materialmen’s Liens
  • General Practice 2014: Knoxville Fast Track
  • General Practice Summit 2014: Nashville
  • IOLTA Trust Accounts
  • Malpractice Prevention and Insurance
  • Criminal Law
  • Wills & Estates
  • Taking Appointed Work and Getting Paid
  • General Practice 2013 - Knoxville Fast Track
  • Saturday Ethics Program 2013: Coffee Anyone?
  • General Practice Summit 2013 - Nashville
  • General Practice 2012 - Memphis Fast Track
  • General Practice 2012 - Knoxville Fast Track
  • Saturday Ethics Program 2012: Coffee Anyone?
  • General Practice Bootcamp 2012 - Nashville
  • General Practice: IOLTA Trust Accounts
  • General Practice: Malpractice Prevention and Insurance
  • General Practice: Criminal Law
  • General Practice: Bankruptcy
  • General Practice: Wills & Estates
  • General Practice: Employment Rights
  • General Practice: Tort & Insurance Updates
  • General Practice: Developing a Business Plan
  • General Practice: Taking Appointed Work and Getting Paid
  • General Practice: Opportunity for New Business for law practice management
  • General Practice: Technology on a Budget
  • General Practice 2011 - Knoxville Fast Track
  • Saturday Ethics Program: Coffee Anyone?
  • General Practice Bootcamp 2011 - Nashville
  • General Practice 2009: Bankruptcy Law
  • General Practice Summit 2009

Sharon Frankenberg is a Judicial Magistrate for Knox County, Tennessee. She also has a part time civil law practice that focuses on real estate, bankruptcy, collections and foreclosures. She has successfully handled appeals to the Sixth Circuit and the Tennessee Supreme Court. Sharon has served two terms as President of The East Tennessee Lawyers' Association for Women, two terms as Section Chair of the General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Section of the Tennessee Bar Association, one term as Corresponding Secretary for the Tennessee Lawyers' Association for Women and one term as Co-Chairman of the Professionalism Committee for the Knoxville Bar Association. She is a guest columnist on legal topics for the Knoxville Focus newspaper. Sharon received her BA degree from U.T. Knoxville and her law degree from The University of Tennessee College of Law.