Daniel Barnes graduated cum laude with a degree in English from Sewanee: The University of the South in 2009. He attended law school at the University of Tennessee, where he was a member of Moot court board and the black law students association. He also received the "Raptor Award" in first semester torts, and received an award for the highest grade in Criminal Seminar. He graduated and was admitted to the Tennessee bar in 2012 and takes cases in the fields of criminal law, immigration, and civil litigation, and has bench and jury trial experience, including multiple not guilty verdicts.
Admitted in: Tennessee and U.S. District Court for Middle Tennessee
Counties Served: Warren, Dekalb, White, Van Buren
Practice: Criminal Law, General Civil Litigation, and Immigration