Laura Ketcham Honored as Fellow of the Chattanooga Bar Foundation

June 10, 2024

In recognition of her outstanding professional achievements as a lawyer and for her commitment to the Chattanooga community, Miller & Martin attorney Laura Ketcham was announced as a member of the Chattanooga Bar Foundation Fellows Class of 2024 at the Law Day Celebration luncheon on May 21. Each year the CBF invites a select few to join the ranks of the local Fellows. The Fellows work to improve the study of law, improve the administration of justice, elevate the ethical standards of the bench and bar, improve relations between the members of the legal profession and the public, help lawyers who are ill, award scholarships and provide funds for charitable causes.

Ms. Ketcham, Chair of the firm's Commercial Department, focuses her practice in the areas of bankruptcy and creditors' rights, commercial finance and leasing, and providing general business counsel. She has represented various stakeholders in commercial bankruptcy cases across the country. She has also represented parties in a variety of finance transactions, office and medical office leases, loan workouts, foreclosures, receiverships, lien priority disputes, judgment enforcement actions, lawsuits asserting the breach of loan documents, distressed asset sales and preferential transfer cases.

Ms. Ketcham has served on the boards of CHI Memorial Foundation, Junior League of Chattanooga, Mid-South Commercial Law Institute, St. Peter’s Episcopal School, and the Tennessee Bar Association’s Bankruptcy Law Section. She is a graduate of Leadership Chattanooga and currently a member of the Rotary Club of Chattanooga. 

Ms. Ketcham earned undergraduate and law school degrees from Vanderbilt University.

About The Chattanooga Bar Foundation

The CBF was incorporated in 1989 and is a qualified charitable organization under the Internal Revenue Service. The funding of the Foundation comes from the Fellows. To be honored as a Fellow, a lawyer must be a member of the Chattanooga Bar Association (CBA), must have practiced law for ten or more years, and must have demonstrated leadership and service to the CBA and to the community.

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