Faculty Profile: Gordon Boutwell

Gordon BoutwellBureau of Tenncare
Previous Courses Taught (12)
  • Content, Clients and Counsel: Improving the Attorney-Client Relationship
  • Content, Clients and Counsel: Improving the Attorney-Client Relationship
  • GP 2014: Ethical Rules Regarding Representation
  • Hello! Goodbye! Accepting, Declining, and Terminating Representation
  • Ethical Attorney Communications and Advertising in the Age of #Social_Media
  • General Practice: Bankruptcy Debtors’ Perspective
  • Saturday Ethics Program 2014... Got Coffee?
  • General Practice Summit 2014: Nashville
  • Can Student Loans Be Discharged Through Bankruptcy? [Mobile Ready]
  • General Practice Summit 2013 - Nashville
  • Bankruptcy Issues: Chapter 13
  • Bankruptcy: Chapter 13 Issues

Gordon Boutwell is an Administrative Judge for the State of Tennessee.  Prior to entering public service, he worked in private practice for seven years, concentrating in the areas of healthcare law, corporate law, and bankruptcy.  

Gordon earned his B.S. in Political Science and Communication studies from Vanderbilt University, and his J.D. from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University, where he was a contributing member of the American Journal of Trial Advocacy and recipient of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers award. 

Originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Gordon lives a stone's throw away from downtown Franklin with his wife and three children.