Division X – Judge Casey Moreland

Judge Casey Moreland, Division X

Address: Suite 4100

Phone: (615) 862-5572

Fax: (615) 862-8305

Judge Casey Moreland is a Nashville native who graduated from Goodpasture High School and subsequently attended the University of Tennessee-Martin where he received his B.S. in Public Administration.  A graduate of the Nashville School of Law, he was engaged in private practice for 12 years before becoming a Judge.  Judge Moreland founded the Davidson County General Sessions Treatment Court in 2003 which has been a model for many similar treatment programs across the state. Judge Moreland served as presiding Judge for 3 years and played a pivotal role in the planning of the Justice A.A. Birch Building.  He also serves as an instructor at Nashville School of Law on the topic of General Sessions Court.  He is a member of the Nashville Bar Association and the Tennessee Bar Association.

Judge Moreland became a football official in 1990 and was named a Mid-South Conference NAIA Football Official in 1994. He moved into the Ohio Valley Conference from 1995 to 2009; before being named a Southeastern Conference football official.   He recently retired from football as a Southeastern Conference official in 2014 where you may have seen him on TV in the fall on any given Saturday during the game or during game highlights on Sundays.

Judge Moreland is married to his wife of 30 years, Jackie, who is a nurse having also graduated from Goodpasture High School, the University of Tennessee and Vanderbilt University.   They have two children; Jay who is also an attorney and is married to the former Lindsey Barnes who is a prosecuting attorney; and Kelsey, who is a fourth grade teacher at a Nashville area elementary school.

Division X Staff

Sutton Nelson, Administrative Assistant
Sutton Nelson, Administrative Assistant
Ronnie Crow, Court Officer
Ronnie Crow, Court Officer

Lyell Sloan, Court Officer

Lyell Sloan, Court Officer

 

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