Faculty Profile: Barbara Moss

Barbara MossElder Law of Nashville PLC
Previous Courses Taught (20)
  • Our Clients are Older and the Ethical Issues are Harder
  • Elder Law Basics 2022: How Will Our Clients Afford Health Care in Retirement?
  • Elder Law Forum 2022: What Can We Learn from the Mary Northern Case?
  • Elder Law Forum 2023
  • Virtual Elder Law Basics 2022
  • Elder Law Forum 2022
  • Elder Law 2021: Estate Planning for LGBT Families
  • Elder Law Basics 2020: How Will Our Clients Find and Afford Health Care in Retirement
  • Elder Law Forum 2021
  • Real Estate Concerns in Elder Law
  • Elder Law Basics 2020
  • New VA Pension/Aid & Attendance Rules
  • Elder Law Basics: VA Aid & Attendance and TennCare
  • New VA Pension/Aid & Attendance Rules
  • Elder Law Basics: Powers of Attorney 2.0
  • Elder Law Basics
  • VA Aid and Attendance Benefits 101
  • Elder Law Basics
  • VA Aid and Attendance Benefits 101
  • Arbitration Today - Cutting Edge Concepts for the Practitioner

     Barbara Moss, the founder of Elder Law of Nashville, has been practicing law in Nashville since 1977. She focuses her practice on elder law, life care planning, conservatorships, probate, asset preservation, TennCare, and Veterans Benefits.
     Barbara has been frequently named by her peers as "Best of the Bar" (one of the 75 best lawyers in Nashville) , has been chosen as a Mid-South Super Lawyer in Elder Law by Law & Politics Magazine, (2006-present), has been listed in Nashville's Best Lawyers, (2011-present). She was an Adjunct Professor of Law at the Vanderbilt School of Law from 1984 to 2000, and is presently a professor at the Nashville School of Law.
     In 2022, Barbara received the Martha Craig Daughtrey Award from the Lawyers Association for Women in Nashville.  She chaired the Board of Professional Responsibility of the Supreme Court of Tennessee in 1995-96. She has been recognized for her contributions to the law profession and the community with numerous other honors including the Athena Award in 2007.
     Barbara is a 1977 graduate of Vanderbilt University School of Law. Barbara is a frequent contributor to The Tennessean, where her more than 95 columns have appeared in the business section and on the op-ed page.