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Whether his work involves researching municipal regulations for easements, uncovering ordinances that impact signage or efficiently drafting a lease for a retail office space, Ben enjoys helping clients solve problems related to transactional real estate.

He knows that real estate costs are among the largest items on any company’s P&L, and, therefore, those expenses have the potential for the largest impact. Helping clients realize the most value from their real estate use and investment is a continual goal he pursues with dedication.  

As a task-focused individual, Ben sees real estate projects as one large task that has multiple subsets of smaller tasks, all done in order and in accordance with specific laws, regulations and norms. At the end of the day, he enjoys seeing all the pieces come together on behalf of clients.



  • J.D., University of Tennessee College of Law
    • with High Honors
    • Order of the Coif
    • The University of Tennessee Law Review, Acquisitions Editor
    • Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law, Blog Editor
    • Five CALI Excellence for the Future Awards
  • B.A., Lee University
    • History, minors in Political Science and Religion
    • summa cum laude


  • Tennessee

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Young Professionals Association of Chattanooga
Outside the Office

A former collegiate and club rugby player who transitioned into officiating, Ben serves as a referee for USA Rugby and the MidSouth Rugby Referee Society. Ben recently had the opportunity to officiate matches at a Collegiate National Championship 7’s Tournament. With the recent introduction of a professional rugby league in the United States (Major League Rugby), Ben continues working toward his ultimate goal of refereeing at the highest levels of traditional 15-a-side rugby.