Hunter Branstetter and Lauren Curry Inducted as Nashville Bar Fellows

Sherrard Roe Voigt & Harbison is pleased to announce that member Lauren Curry and associate Hunter Branstetter were inducted into the Nashville Bar Foundation Fellows Program on May 6, 2023. This honor highlights their longstanding commitment to public and community service. Additionally, the firm was a proud sponsor of the celebration.

Curry’s practice is focused primarily on business disputes, complex commercial litigation, and evaluating and resolving insurance coverage disputes. In her insurance coverage practice, she has represented insurance companies and policyholders and resolved multi-million-dollar coverage disputes, both in and out of court. Leveraging her extensive insurance industry knowledge, Curry teaches a course on insurance coverage to students at Vanderbilt Law School. She also devotes significant time to local nonprofit organizations, including as a past director and current member of the advisory board of directors for the Nashville Zoo and prior board president of the Family Center board of directors.

Branstetter’s litigation practice comprises an array of matters, including business torts, contract disputes, condemnation and eminent domain, employment issues, property rights, environmental law, construction, administrative law, antitrust, and civil rights. He also provides full-range representation to utility districts, municipalities, and utility-related entities such as Tennessee 811. Branstetter maintains an active pro bono practice and currently serves on the boards of directors for chatterbird and the American Canoe Association.

Established in 1991, the Nashville Bar Foundation (“NBF”) Fellows Program honors its colleagues who have contributed significantly to the community. This devotion to service to the client and the public interest is one of the program’s hallmarks. Selected by their colleagues, each “class” of Fellows is limited to approximately 2% of the Nashville bar.