Thomas V. White Named Attorney at Law Magazine’s “Attorney of the Month”

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Thomas V. White’s thoughtful and steadfast approach to the law has earned him recognition and respect among his peers in the legal community and has led to his selection as Attorney at Law Magazine’s “Attorney of The Month” in Middle Tennessee. 

Mr. White, whose legal acumen in dealing with legal matters involving construction, eminent domain, government relations, land use and zoning, as well as litigation, has earned him a reputation as a top tier attorney.  Thomas V. White was not only profiled in the latest issue of the Middle Tennessee edition of Attorney at Law Magazine, but was also named as “Attorney of the Month.”  The candid feature article, “Godfather of the Nashville Bar,” speaks highly of attorney White stating that “no big deals get done in this town until Thomas V. White signs off on them.  For more than 45 years, White has called Nashville home, effecting positive changes, using his forceful legal voice to ensure that his clients and the community are fairly represented.  In truth, White is something of an icon; his impact is felt in virtually every corner of the city.” 

The kind and generous demeanor of Thomas V. White are evident to anyone that interacts with him.  Attorney White’s humble disposition is reflected in his interview.  He states,  “I have always been willing to listen to the concerns of persons on the other side of an issue and, if  at all possible, accommodate any reasonable requests that they may have.  Sometimes that’s possible, but you always need  to be prepared to go to the  next step.  Frequently, there  is litigation that will arise on these land use issues. I do as much land use work as any attorney in Nashville and I believe that is the niche I have established for myself.”

The article highlights Thomas V. White’s enthusiasm and talent while also recounting his background, the formation of Tune, Entrekin & White, P.C. and his home life.

Read the full article “The Godfather of The Nashville Bar” by Susan Cushing.

For more information about Attorney At Law Magazine, Middle Tennessee Edition, visit their website.