Courtney LutzAssociatePh (931) 647-1501 ext. 164Fax (931) 648-7820emailDownload VcardLinked In
Belmont University – J.D. – 2015
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Courtney Lutz is a native of Madisonville, Kentucky. She attended Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, where she graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Music Business. Courtney was an active member of Grammy U, Service Corps, and the Alpha Chi and Beta Gamma Sigma Honors Societies.
After graduation, Courtney stayed in Nashville to attend Belmont University College of Law. While in law school, she acted as the Vice President of Appellate Advocacy of the Belmont University Board of Advocates and the Executive Articles Editor of the Belmont Law Review. In 2014, Courtney competed in the National Health Law Moot Court Competition, where she and her team received first place overall and second best brief. Throughout her time in law school, Courtney worked for the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit and the 16th District Attorney General’s Office. Her primary focus at the District Attorney’s Office was preparing homicide cases for trial. In Courtney’s third year of law school, she acted as a research assistant to Professor Amy Moore. Her research was centered on the intersection of immigration and administrative law. Courtney was named to the Dean’s List every semester in law school and graduated magna cum laude in 2015.
In her spare time, Courtney enjoys singing gospel music with her family and teaching voice lessons. She also loves cooking and spending time outdoors.
Courtney joined Batson Nolan in January of 2016. She is licensed to practice in Tennessee and resides in Clarksville.