Faculty Profile: Hon. Khadija Babb

Hon. Khadija Babb20th Judicial District Criminal Court, Div. V
Previous Courses Taught (1)
  • Raising the Bar: Recognizing Resiliency During Times of Change

Khadija Babb prides herself in being a Native Nashvillian and champion for marginalized communities. Most recently, Babb ran a successful campaign for Criminal Court Judge Division V, becoming the youngest person to ever elected this position in Davidson County. Previously, Babb worked at the Davidson County District Attorney’s Office as a Juvenile Court D.A., where she learned about victim’s rights, restorative justice, and rehabilitative-focused approaches to criminal justice. Prior to joining the District Attorney’s Office, Babb was a solo practitioner, representing individuals in the areas of indigent defense, domestic relations, and personal injury. In addition to practicing law, Babb enjoys volunteering in the community, mentoring young adults, and spending time with family. Babb earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Legal Studies from the University of Tennessee, as well as a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Tennessee College of Law.