Matthew Edwards

Matthew Edwards

Mr. Edwards earned his Doctorate of Jurisprudence from the Nashville School of Law in 2007 after earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in History from Tennessee Technological University.

He was licensed to practice law in 2007 after a successful completion of the Tennessee Bar Examination.

When not at the office, Mr. Edwards enjoys spending time with his wife, four dogs, and two cats. He and his wife are avid marathon runners and also enjoy spending time on the Lake.

Professional Background

Mr. Edwards was licensed to practice law in 2007 and has practiced solo since that time. He opened his law practice in Sparta, Tennessee in 2007 and moved to Crossville in 2009. Throughout law school, Mr. Edwards worked with his father and brother who practice law in Hendersonville, Tennessee. He has acquired over ten (10) years of legal experience.

Amanda Wallace

Amanda Wallace

Born and raised in Cumberland County, Tennessee, paralegal Amanda Wallace is a dedicated, passionate advocate for justice and children’s issues.  After serving as a registered Medical Assistant locally for eight years, Ms. Wallace enrolled in Roane State Community College, achieving an AAS in Paralegal Studies in 2011 Cum Laude.

Her legal experience includes interning for the Honorable Larry M. Warner, Cumberland County General Sessions, Probate and Family, and Juvenile Courts Judge as well as serving as a volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) and the Cumberland County Drug and Endangered At Risk (D.E.A.R.) for abused and neglected children since July of 2010.  Ms. Wallace now brings her highly organized, efficient work ethic to Matthew Edwards law office.   She enjoys running, fitness, and outdoor activities with her family.