Allen McCallie Honored as Fellow of the Tennessee Bar Foundation
January 27, 2020
Miller & Martin attorney, Allen McCallie, has been recognized for his outstanding professional achievements and for his commitment to the Chattanooga community. Mr. McCallie recently received an invitation to become a Fellow of the Tennessee Bar Foundation (TBF). Each year the TBF invites a select few to join the ranks of the local Fellows. To be honored as a Fellow, an attorney must be licensed to practice law for a period of fifteen years who have: (a) demonstrated an uncompromised dedication to integrity and high personal and professional ethical standards; (b) made outstanding and recognized contributions to the legal profession and to the public good; (c) demonstrated a strong commitment to the published objectives and purposes of the Tennessee Bar Foundation.
Mr. McCallie has been with Miller & Martin since 1980 and is a Member and Chair of the firm's Exempt Organizations practice group. He attended the University of Virginia, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1977 and shortly after, received his Juris Doctorate degree in 1980 from his alma mater.
About The Tennessee Bar Foundation
The Tennessee Bar Foundation is an organization of attorneys from across the state, active since 1982. The Foundation has a three-fold purpose: 1. to honor attorneys who have distinguished themselves in the profession by electing them to membership as "Fellows," 2. to use the contributions of these Fellows to support selected, law-related public interest projects, and 3. to administer Tennessee's IOLTA (Interest On Lawyers' Trust Accounts) program.