Faculty Profile: Amy Mohan

Amy MohanSherrard Roe Voigt & Harbison
Previous Courses Taught (10)
  • Raising The Bar 2022: Bloom Where You're Planted: Succeeding in a Law Firm & Nontraditional Legal Careers
  • Raising the Bar: Recognizing Resiliency During Times of Change
  • Communication Law 2021: Recent Developments in Defamation Law
  • Communications Law Forum 2021
  • The Business of Lawyering: How to Ethically use Social Media to Advertise
  • Making the Most of Discovery: What You Don’t Know Can Come Back to Haunt You [Nashville]
  • Managing Media Madness: Crisis Communication for All Lawyers
  • How to Ethically Use Social Media to Advertise
  • The Business of Lawyering: Professional Development for Today’s Attorney [Nashville]
  • The Business of Lawyering: Professional Development for Today’s Attorneys [Nashville]

Amy Rao Mohan's practice areas include general and commercial litigation, including hospital and physician litigation, landlord-tenant disputes, media law, and state and federal appellate litigation. Ms. Mohan also provides crisis communications and media consulting services to individuals and businesses in connection with both civil and criminal matters.

Ms. Mohan graduated from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism and earned her J.D. from the University of Tennessee College of Law, where she was a member of the Order of the Coif.  In law school, Ms. Mohan served on the National Moot Court Team, which placed second in the nation in 2010, chaired the Moot Court Board, and served as a staff editor for the Tennessee Journal of Law and Policy.  Ms. Mohan received a certificate of academic excellence in several subjects including, Pretrial Litigation, Evidence, Trial Practice, and Federal Courts.

Prior to joining Sherrard & Roe, Ms. Mohan served as a law clerk to the Honorable Gilbert S. Merritt, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.  During law school, she also interned at the Tennessee Supreme Court.

Before starting law school, Ms. Mohan worked as a television reporter and anchor, most recently at WTVF, Newschannel 5 in Nashville.  During that time, she received two Emmy awards for her coverage of the 2004 Asian tsunami.  Ms. Mohan currently hosts "Ask the Attorney", a live monthly call-in show on Newschannel 5/Cable Channel 50.