Lisa Tomlinson Law

About Lisa Tomlinson

About Lisa Tomlinson

About Lisa A. Tomlinson

Lisa A. Tomlinson is an 8th generation Wilson Countian and was raised outside of Lebanon on a working tobacco and cattle farm. She was educated in the Wilson County School System, and graduated cum laude from Cumberland University in 2000 with a BA in Criminal Justice and Public Administration and a minor in Psychology. She graduated from the Nashville School of Law in 2005.

While in law school, Tomlinson served a clerkship with former United States Attorney Hal Hardin and worked as a reporter for The Wilson Post. After receiving her law degree, she entered into private practice in Wilson County, associating with Vance Law Office in Watertown, Tenn., in 2007, and with MacPherson & Youmans in 2011.

Tomlinson is a past president of the 15th Judicial District Bar Association and served as Vice Chair of the Board of Directors for the 15th Judicial District Child Advocacy Center. She has also served on numerous other boards in service of her community.

Tomlinson resides on her family farm in Wilson County. She is a lifelong member of St. Francis Cabrini Church in Lebanon and enjoys traveling, cooking, and sharing time with family and friends.

Lisa Tomlinson practices law in the following counties in Middle Tennessee:

  • Wilson County
  • Trousdale County
  • Macon County
  • Jackson County
  • Smith County
  • Rutherford County
  • Sumner County
  • White County
  • Putnam County
  • DeKalb County
  • Other counties on a case-by-case basis.

 

About The Arcade

The Historic Arcade, built in 1907, recently underwent a massive renovation project to restore it to its original function; a multi-tenant, mixed-use facility. The space houses retail shops, offices, and a 130-seat banquet facility, Venue 142.

The Historic Arcade is one of only three surviving examples of this building type in Tennessee. Located in the southeast corner of the Lebanon Square, the exterior has been given a face lift, with an eye toward preserving the original glazed brick and limestone facade. Inside, the building has been stripped of its 1950’s interiors and left exposed to enhance the historic nature of the structure.

The Arcade presents as a beautiful historical building with strong and stately “bones” juxtaposed against sweeping ceiling arches and skylights that allow soft, warm light to shine down on the first floor below. A grand staircase with central landing connects the ground and second floor, and there is an elevator located in the main lobby for ease of access between floors.

The entire space is a mix of soft and light, stately and playful, old…yet new again.

Visitors to The Arcade will be delighted by hundreds of paintings, which adorn the walls throughout. The Arcade’s collection of art is visually inspiring, and the building itself offers a setting that allows guests to engage with the art in a controlled aesthetic environment.

Learn more on facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/pg/LebanonHistoricArcade

 

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