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In his more than 15 years of experience as an attorney, Ross represented publicly-traded and large private corporate clients in complex litigation, investigations, compliance matters, and transactions, as well as start-up companies, individuals and non-profit organizations. He tried numerous bench and jury trials and served as lead counsel in criminal and internal investigations in Africa, Asia, and Europe.
Ross’ s professional and civic roles have included serving as chairman of the Business Crimes and Compliance Practice Group of Lex Mundi, and as chairman of the board of KIPP Academy Nashville, a public charter school for at risk children.
Ross was named in The Nashville Post 2016 In Charge List of the “best-of-the-best” business, political and civic leaders. He was also selected for the 2010 Nashville Business Journal’s “40 under 40” Business Leaders. Ross received the Tennessee Bar Association’s 2007-2008 Harris Gilbert Pro Bono Attorney of the Year award for the successful representation of a naval officer in a high-profile civil rights and whistleblower matter which resulted in investigations by the Inspectors General of both the U.S. Justice and Defense Departments, and investigations by U.S. Senator Charles Grassley of Iowa and the CBS News program “60 Minutes.”
Before entering private practice, Ross served on active duty in the U.S. Navy as a Judge Advocate General’s Corps officer (JAG) throughout the Pacific, the Middle East and in Europe. Ross received his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Tennessee College of Law. He and his wife Anna have three children.
Candice began her legal career at the law firm of Miller & Martin PLLC, where she practiced business litigation and commercial bankruptcy law. She later accepted a position as Executive Director with a national legal services placement firm, directing the operations of the company’s headquarters office, and then also took on the role of Vice President for Recruitment and Placement, managing all corporate employees across five offices nationwide. Following this, Candice served as Vice President & Corporate Counsel, and ultimately as the Chief Ethics Officer, for Ceridian Corporation (a $5B+ mkt cap global financial services company), and its sister company, Comdata (a $3B+ mkt cap global payment processing company), where she oversaw operational ethics compliance worldwide, created and led ethics training programs for employees, and managed internal investigations.
Candice has extensive experience as a consultant, trainer, and coach for lawyers and their organizations on workplace engagement, professional development, and career satisfaction and transition. In 2011, she founded Candice Reed Consulting, which offers individual coaching, workshops, associate training programs, and recruiting and placement services. She is a frequent CLE speaker and has presented numerous seminars and workshops.
Candice received her J.D. (magna cum laude) from the University of Tennessee College of Law and obtained a Master of Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. She serves on the Tennessee Bar Association’s Attorney Wellbeing Committee and writes a wellness column for the Lawyers’ Association for Women’s monthly newsletter, LAW Matters. She also recently served on the board of Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Nashville and is passionate about the organization’s mission to help abused and neglected children find safe, permanent homes. She and her husband Sean have one daughter and reside in Nashville.
Lucian is a nationally recognized authority on legal ethics and attorney professional conduct. He served for five years on the ABA “Ethics 2000” Commission, which re-drafted the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct. From 1995 through 2009, he led the Tennessee Bar Association’s Standing Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility. Under his leadership, the committee developed and successfully proposed to the Tennessee Supreme Court new legal ethics rules for Tennessee based on the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct. He has chaired the editorial board of the ABA/BNA Lawyers’ Manual on Professional Conduct, has served as president of the Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers, and serves as a member of the Advisory Board for the Miller-Becker Institute for Professional Responsibility of the University of Akron. Lucian is frequent presenter and commentator on legal ethics topics and his analysis has appeared in numerous publications including the ABA Journal, Tennessee Bar Journal, and Bloomberg.
A Memphis native, Lucian is an honors graduate of Princeton University and Vanderbilt University School of Law.
Amy’s philanthropic passion lies in participating in the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s One Walk & Gala each year. She was also an active member of Zionsville Presbyterian Church as a VBS volunteer, Sunday school volunteer and served on the Education Committee.
Amy graduated from Indiana University with a Master of Science degree and from Ball State University with a Bachelor of Science degree. In her spare time, Amy enjoys watching college football, cooking, spending time with family and friends, playing volleyball and downhill skiing. Amy and her husband Kerry have two daughters.
Anna’s civic roles include serving on the Advisory Board of the Tomorrow Fund and on the Young Alumnae Council at her alma mater Harpeth Hall. Anna is a volunteer with the Bal d’Hiver benefit for the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) and was previously a volunteer with the Power of the Purse – Young Women’s Committee for the Women’s Fund. Anna is actively involved in the legal community, including as a member of the Lawyers’ Association for Women (LAW), the Nashville Bar Association and its Young Lawyer’s Division, the Tennessee Bar Association and the American Bar Association.
Anna graduated magna cum laude and Order of the Coif from the University of Tennessee College of Law, where she was the recipient of The Herbert L. Davis Memorial Trust Fund Award for academic excellence and served as an Articles Editor on the Tennessee Law Review. She graduated magna cum laude and Phi Kappa Phi from the University of Georgia, and studied at the Universidad de Palermo in Buenos Aires, Argentina to complete her minor in Spanish. Anna is a Nashville native and also resided in Dallas, Texas and Atlanta, Georgia.
In her spare time, Anna enjoys walking the beautiful trails around Nashville, cooking, and exploring the thriving Nashville restaurant scene with her friends and family.
Camille received her BBA from Georgia State University and began her corporate career with Ronald Blue & Co., in Atlanta, GA. At RBC, she served as Financial Planner, then Branch Services Manager assisting with Personal Financial, Estate Planning and Investment Management for five years before starting Financial Reporting Services, LLC.
Camille, her husband, Tom, and two children moved from the Atlanta area to Franklin, TN eleven years ago. She is very active in her community, currently serving as President of her 1,336 member neighborhood Master HOA Board, and enjoys singing in the choir at Brentwood Baptist Church.