Faculty Profile: George Spanos

George SpanosRogers, Shea & Spanos
Previous Courses Taught (2)
  • Family Law 2023: Nashville
  • Family Law Forum 2021

Mr. Spanos was raised in Memphis, TN, and graduated from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga with honors. He has lived in Nashville since graduating. After working at Dell, Inc. for four years in business acquisitions, Mr. Spanos attended the Nashville School of Law. Mr. Spanos worked at Rogers, Kamm & Shea beginning in his first year at Nashville School of Law, bolstering his legal education with practical experience. He has been married for over ten years and is the father of two children.

Having worked for Ms. Rogers and the firm while he attended law school, Mr. Spanos gained valuable insight to the firm and significant experience prior to his admission to the Bar. Mr. Spanos practices in all areas of family and probate law, including divorce, post-divorce, child custody and visitation, child support, juvenile, and wills and estates. Mr. Spanos has successfully tried multiple contested trials since being admitted to the practice of law.

He has chaired and coordinated the Williamson County Mock Trial Competition since 2016 and also volunteers at the Fred D. Gray Institute for Law, Justice & Society's Free Legal Clinic. He was selected, from a large number of attorney applicants, to be one of the select members of the Nashville Bar Foundation's Leadership Forum's 2017-2018 class. Additionally, he chairs the Domestic Legislation Committee for the Tennessee Trial Lawyer's Association, where he helps review proposed changes to family law statutes and meets with legislators to ensure laws are fair to all Tennesseans.