Theodore W. Goodman, was recently recognized by the Tennessee Supreme Court as a 2019 Tennessee Attorney for Justice, an honor awarded to attorneys who provide at least fifty (50) hours of Pro Bono legal services in the prior year. Chief Justice Bivens and Justice Clark presented the awards in a Nashville ceremony on October 28.
This is the third year Goodman has been recognized as an Attorney for Justice. Goodman’s Pro Bono Activities include providing legal services to NF Tennessee, Inc. (a non-profit dedicated to advancing the interests of Neurofibromatosis patients), the Oaklands Historic House Museum, and the Lascassas Volunteer Fire Department. Goodman also sits on the Board of Directors of all three of those organizations. Goodman also provides pro bono legal services to select private individuals. In addition to his pro bono activities, Goodman serves on the Alumni Board of The Webb School and served nearly ten years on the Board of Court Appointed Special Advoocates for Children (CASA).