Faculty Profile: John Day

John DayLaw Offices of John Day PC
Previous Courses Taught (77)
  • Litigation Law Forum 2020
  • Tennessee Justice Programs: Tort Law Case Review
  • Tennessee Justice Programs: Damages
  • Tennessee Justice Programs: Motions
  • Justice Program 2017: Comparative Fault Law
  • Justice Program 2017: Tort Law Case Review
  • Justice Program 2016: Tort Law and Comparative Fault Review
  • Tort and Insurance 2016: Pre-trial Advocacy Tips
  • Justice Programs 2015: Tort Law Update
  • Tort and Insurance Forum 2016
  • Justice Program: Preparing to Win at Trial Part 2
  • Justice Program: Preparing to Win at Trial Part 1
  • Justice Program: Tort & Comparative Law Update
  • Justice Program 2013: U.S. Supreme Court Review
  • Justice Program 2013: Tort Law Update Part 3
  • Justice Program 2013: Tort Law Update Part 2
  • Justice Program 2013: Tort/Comparative Fault Law Update Part 1
  • Justice Program 2012: Tort & Comparative Fault Law Update Part 3
  • Justice Program 2012: Tort & Comparative Fault Law Update Part 2
  • Justice Program 2012: Tort & Comparative Fault Law Update Part 1
  • Justice Program: Tort Update 3
  • Justice Program: Tort Update 2
  • Justice Program: Tort Update 1
  • Tort Law: Comparative Fault Part 3
  • Tort Law: Comparative Fault Part 2
  • Tort Law: Comparative Fault Part 1
  • Update on the Med Mal Notice & Hall v. Haynes
  • Significant Recent Cases / Legislation
  • Pretrial and Trial Simulations
  • U.S. Supreme Court Review
  • Ethics: Understanding and Following TRPC
  • Ethics: The Questions We Want Answered
  • Rule 103 as a Trial Preparation Device
  • Mediation – What is the Value of My Case?
  • Ethics: And Justice for All
  • The <i>NEW</i> New Medical Malpractice Notice & Certificate of Good Faith Statute
  • Justice Programs 2009: Tort Law, Part 3
  • Justice Programs 2009: Tort Law, Part 2
  • Justice Programs 2009: Tort Law, Part 1
  • Justice Programs 2009: Rules of Professional Conduct: Pretrial Ethics
  • Justice Programs 2009: Rules of Professional Conduct: Recusals
  • Justice Programs 2009: Pretrial & Deposition Simulation
  • Justice Programs 2009: Recent Legislation
  • Justice Programs 2009: Supreme Court Review
  • Justice Programs 2009: Ethics
  • Justice Programs 2009: Recent Significant Cases
  • Justice Programs 2009: Evidence Update
  • Justice Programs 2009: Mediation Tactics
  • General Practice 2009: Personal Injury
  • The <i>NEW</i> New Medical Malpractice Notice & Certificate of Good Faith Statute
  • Trial Practice: Discovery
  • Justice Program Ethics: The Secrets We Keep
  • Tort Law & Comparative Fault Part II
  • Depositions: Law & Practice
  • Tort Law & Comparative Fault
  • Authentication & Admitting ESI
  • Criminal Law Update 2008
  • US Supreme Court Review 2008
  • Giving Notice and Demonstrating Good Faith in Medical Malpractice Claims-The New Statute
  • General Practice Summit 2009
  • General Practice: Personal Injury
  • Masters at Trial: Opening Statements
  • Masters at Trial: Winning Cross-Examination
  • Masters at Trial: Taking Depositions to Win
  • Masters at Trial: Effective Advocacy
  • Masters at Trial: Damages Preparation
  • Masters at Trial: Bringing Trial Skills to Divorce Practice
  • YLD Trial Practice for Today's Litigator
  • Tort Law & Comparative Fault, Part II
  • YLD Trial Practice: How to Ultimately Prevail Following Entry of a Judgment
  • YLD Trial Practice: Perspectives on Persuasion
  • YLD Trial Practice: Preparing Expert Witnesses
  • General Practice Summit 2008
  • Masters at Trial
  • Tort Law & Comparative Fault
  • YLD Trial Practice: Perspectives on Persuasion COPY
  • YLD Trial Practice
Biography

John Day practices injury law. He is a past president of the Tennessee Association for Justice, past Chair of the Tennessee Commission on Continuing Legal Education and Specialization and he currently serves on the Supreme Court's Rules Commission. He is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, former Chair of the of the Tennessee Chapter, and is currently serving as Regent for Region 9 of the College. John has written four books: Day on Torts: Leading Cases on Tennessee Tort Law; Compendium of Tennessee Tort Reform Statutes and Related Case Law; Tennessee Law of Comparative Fault; Tennessee Law of Civil Trial. He also regularly writes articles for the TBA Journal, his two blogs and other publications. Since 2007, John has been listed in 5 categories of Best Lawyers in America and he was selected as Personal Injury Lawyer of the Year for Nashville in 2009, Medical Malpractice Lawyer of the Year for Nashville in 2010 and Lawyer of the Year for Bet the Company Litigation in 2012. He has been a Mid-South Super Lawyers Top 100 every year since 2006.

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