Faculty Profile: Patricia Vital Esq.

Patricia Vital Esq.Vital Law Office & Dispute Resolution Services
Previous Courses Taught (3)
  • Dispute Resolution Forum 2024
  • Dispute Resolution Forum 2019
  • Dispute Resolution Forum 2017

TN & GA Law Licensed since 1993.  EQUIPPED FOR REMOTE/HYBRID/VIRTUAL WORK.  Fellow, American Bar Foundation (2016). BV Distinguished Peer Review Rated: Very High in Legal Ability & Ethical Standards, Martindale-Hubbell. Admitted to all courts serving those states, including the U.S. Supreme Court. UT Law 1992. TN Supreme Court Rule 31 Family/Civil/Domestic Violence Mediator. FINRA Securities Arbitrator, Panel Chair & Expungement Qualified. USDOJ/Key Bridge Foundation ADA Mediator. Collaborative Law Practice trained. E. and Middle TN U.S. District Courts Mediation Panels. TN Division of Individuals With Intellectual Disabilities (DIDS) Protection From Harm" Mediator. Past instructor in legal studies at local university and for Kaplan LSAT Preparatory Course. Co-authored TN Alternative Dispute Resolution Handbook (Thomson Reuters 1997). Recipient, Chattanooga Bar Association's President's Award and twice recipient of Volunteer/Beyond the Call of Duty Award for leadership in continuing legal education and fee dispute arbitration. Tennessee Community Organizations Volunteer of the Year Award for advocacy with state legislature to fund care for intellectually challenged adults. Tennessee Bar Association House of Delegates E. TN Representative and past Speaker; E. TN Representative, Dispute Resolution Section Executive Council. Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce Leadership Chattanooga 1997/98 Class; 2009 President, Leadership Chattanooga Alumni Association.  Enjoyed 32 beautiful years of marriage to my best friend/soulmate, Leo Vital (deceased 11/2017) with whom I "parented" my now "canine angel" (RIP 4/05/2016 at 15.5 y.o.), Siberian Husky lovingly named by Leo as Beaudacious (Bo Bo II).