Katie J. Lamb obtained her law degree from The University of Tennessee College of Law, with an Advocacy and Dispute Resolution Concentration, in May 2014.  Following graduation, Ms. Lamb began her legal career in Knoxville, working primarily in criminal defense and domestic relations.  She later joined Trammell, Adkins & Ward as an Associate in September 2015.  During law school, Ms. Lamb served as a Law Student Ambassador and Law Student Advisor, assisting incoming and transfer students. She also participated in the Advocacy Clinic and served on her Class Gift Committee, which set a new participation record for the College of Law. She has been admitted to practice in the state courts of Tennessee and in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee.

Originally from Newport, Tennessee, Ms. Lamb is a native East Tennessean and proudly calls this area home. She moved to Knoxville in 2007 to attend The University of Tennessee, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in May 2011, with honors.  She is currently an active member of the Knoxville Bar Association, serving on the Functions Committee.  Additionally, Ms. Lamb is involved in the Young Lawyers Division of the Tennessee Defense Lawyers Association and in the Young Lawyers Division of the Defense Research Institute. pe your paragraph here.

Hannah S. Lowe obtained her law degree from the University of Tennessee College of Law in May 2010.  She was admitted to practice in the state courts of Tennessee in November 2010, and she was admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee in October 2012.  From August 2010 until September 2011, Ms. Lowe worked as a judicial clerk for Chancellor Walter L. Evans in Memphis, Tennessee.  She returned to Knoxville and joined Trammell, Adkins & Ward as an Associate in September 2011.  During law school, Ms. Lowe served as an Articles Editor for the Tennessee Law Review, and was President of the International Law Society.  She also served as a member of the Moot Court Board, and competed with the Jessup International Law Moot Court Team for two years, which earned her a nomination to the Order of Barristers.  She also participated in the Judicial Externship Program, and the Business Law Clinic, and was among those students honored at graduation for completion of at least 50 hours of pro bono service during law school.  Originally from the United Kingdom, Ms. Lowe obtained her Bachelors of Arts in English (honors) from the University of Exeter in 2001.  She immigrated to the Knoxville area in 2003 and now considers East Tennessee her home.  She is a member of the Tennessee and Knoxville Bar Associations.  She is also a volunteer tutor with Friends of Literacy of East Tennessee.

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Brian H. Trammell is a 1982 graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Law where he was published in the Tennessee Law Review and was on its editorial board.  He was also Editor-in-Chief of the Tennessee Judicial Newsletter.  He received his undergraduate degrees in History and English with high honors from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.  After serving as a law clerk for the Tennessee Court of Appeals, he began his private practice focusing in the areas of insurance and self-insured defense litigation involving automobile and trucking accidents, worker's compensation and general liability, as well as insurance coverage and claims litigation.


Mr. Trammell practices in all state and federal trial and appellate courts.  He has appeared for oral arguments before the Tennessee Supreme Court, the Tennessee Court of Appeals, and the United States 6th Circuit Court of Appeals.  He is past President of the Tennessee Defense Lawyers Association and has been the state DRI representative from Tennessee for the last five years.  Mr. Trammell is a member of the Defense Research Institute, the American Board of Trial Advocates, the Tennessee Bar Association, and the Knoxville Bar Association.  He has also served on the faculty of ABOTA trial demonstrations in several states.

Brian h. Trammell

Kenneth (Ken) W. Ward is a 1992 graduate cum laude of the University of Tennessee College of Law where he was a Student Materials Editor for the Tennessee Law Review, a member of the National Trial Team and Moot Court Boards, and was elected to the Hamilton Burnett Chapter of the American Inns of Court.  He received his undergraduate degree in Industrial Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1988.  He has focused his practice in the areas of insurance and self-insured defense litigation involving automobile and trucking accidents, fire and casualty, worker's compensation, general liability and construction law as well as insurance coverage and claims litigation.  Mr. Ward was named as one of the “Most Prolific Trial Attorneys of 2005-2014” in the State of Tennessee, and he has served as a guest lecturer for various legal organizations in multiple states, speaking on numerous trial-related topics.  


Mr. Ward practices in all state and federal trial and appellate courts and has appeared for oral arguments before the appellate Courts in the State of Tennessee.  He is a member of the Knoxville and Tennessee Bar Associations, as well as the Tennessee Defense Lawyers Association and the Defense Research Institute.

Kenneth W. Ward

TERRILL L. Adkins

Terrill (Terry) L. Adkins is a 1988 graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Law.  He received his undergraduate degrees in Political Science/Pre-Law and Finance from East Tennessee State University in 1985.  He has focused his practice in the areas of insurance and self-insured defense litigation involving automobile and trucking accidents, fire and casualty, workers' compensation, general liability and construction law as well as insurance coverage and claim litigation.  His practice also involves early claim investigation, alternative dispute resolution and all aspects of litigation.  Mr. Adkins is ranked as one of the "Most Prolific Trial Attorneys" in the state of Tennessee. From 2005-2014, Mr. Adkins was ranked 3rd in the state in number of reported jury trials handled to conclusion.


Mr. Adkins practices in all state and federal trial and appellate courts and has tried jury trials in 39 counties in the eastern one-half of Tennessee and all Federal Courts.  He has appeared for oral arguments before the Tennessee Supreme Court, Tennessee Court of Appeals and United States 6th Circuit Court of Appeals.  Mr. Adkins is a member of the Knoxville and Tennessee Bar Association and the Defense Research Institute and is a member of the DRI Litigation and Trucking Law Committees.


Mr. Adkins is also qualified in the state of Tennessee as a Supreme Court Rule 31 Mediator.

Nathan “Craig” Holloway is a 2013 graduate of the Charleston School of Law in Charleston, South Carolina. He received his undergraduate degree from Coastal Carolina University, where he majored in political science and completed a minor in law. Prior to attending Coastal Carolina, Mr. Holloway was a construction superintendent for a national homebuilder where he was responsible for overseeing the construction of single family and multi-family homes in the Myrtle Beach area. During law school, Mr. Holloway was awarded the CALI award for advanced legal research and was the President of the Charleston Law ADR Society. His concentration was alternative dispute resolution, family law, and construction law.  Additionally, he was a law clerk for a prominent family lawyer in the Charleston area and successfully completed a family court judicial observation program. Mr. Holloway focuses his practice in the areas of insurance defense litigation involving automobile and trucking accidents, general liability defense, workers’ compensation, construction law, and divorce and child custody. Originally from Maryville, Tennessee, Mr. Holloway returned to the Knoxville area in 2014 to practice law. He is a member of the Knoxville Bar Association, Tennessee Bar Association, and the Tennessee Defense Lawyers Association.  

    KATIE JANE LAMB​

N. CRAIG HOLLOWAY