Former Nashville Mayor David Briley will relaunch his law practice at Bone McAllester Norton beginning on Nov. 1.
“David Briley brings not only his skills as a lawyer with a strong professional track record, but also his deep understanding of our city, and the issues and the challenges we face in the public, private and nonprofit sectors,” said Bone McAllester Norton CEO Charles Robert Bone. “Our firm is deeply involved in the civic fabric of Nashville, and he will be an invaluable resource for all of our attorneys. We could not be happier about David’s return to our firm.”
Briley practiced law from 2007-2018 at Bone McAllester Norton, where he was engaged primarily in civil, commercial and class-action litigation. He represented his clients in a variety of matters in state and federal court in both Tennessee and California, including wage and hour claims asserted by employees, securities class-action litigation, and civil litigation. He will continue to concentrate in those areas and will also advise clients on administrative and regulatory issues throughout the state upon his return to the firm.
Briley is a member of the Nashville Bar Association and previously served on the board of directors for the Housing Fund and Sister Cities of Nashville. Briley earned a bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University and his Juris Doctorate at Golden Gate University in San Francisco.