Virginia M. King
Virginia M. King is an Attorney in the Entertainment & Intellectual Property Section of King & Ballow in Nashville, Tennessee.
Virginia graduated cum laude from the University of Arkansas Little Rock – William H. Bowen School of Law. A proud alumna of Middle Tennessee State University, Virginia received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and double-minored in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Business Communications.
While in law school, Virginia served as a Research, Writing and Analysis Teaching Assistant to Professor George Mader, competed as a member of the National Competitive Trial Team, and received the award for highest grade in the school’s clinical program.
Before working at King & Ballow, Virginia litigated as a personal injury attorney, focusing on cases involving student-bullying, sexual assault, worker’s compensation, and automobile injuries.
Virginia is published as a co-author in Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association magazine and is an active member of the Lawyers’ Association for Women – Marion Griffin Chapter.
Education & Court Admissions
J.D., University of Arkansas at Little Rock – William H. Bowen School of Law
B.S., Middle Tennessee State University
Licensed in: Tennessee
Admitted to practice: United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee