Cody M. Roebuck Joins Grant, Konvalinka And Harrison

Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Cody M. Roebuck
Cody M. Roebuck

Cody M. Roebuck has joined the law firm of Grant, Konvalinka & Harrison, P.C. as an associate.   

Mr. Roebuck is a native of Chattanooga and graduated from the McCallie School.  He is a 2010 graduate of the University of Georgia, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in English.   Mr. Roebuck subsequently earned his Juris Doctorate in 2013 from the University of Mississippi School of Law, summa cum laude, where he was a member of the Mississippi Law Journal and the Mississippi Innocence Project, a non-profit legal organization providing legal representation to Mississippi state prisoners serving significant periods of incarceration who have cognizable claims of wrongful conviction. 

Mr. Roebuck is admitted to practice in Tennessee, and plans to concentrate in the areas of litigation, dispute resolution, and labor and employment law.   

Grant, Konvalinka & Harrison, P.C. has offices downtown at 633 Chestnut St,, 9th floor, Republic Centre.  The firm employs 25 attorneys who provide a full array of legal services to local, regional, and national clients since 1981.  



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