Mark E. McMickle, Firm Administrator
Ph: (931) 436-9766
Fax: (931) 648-7853
University of Maryland – B.S., Legal Studies and Management, 1996
University of Maryland University College Graduate School of Management and Technology – M.B.A., Business Administration, 2002
Mark E. McMickle joined Batson Nolan as the firm’s administrator in 2014. Mark grew up in Clarksville where he attended Northwest High School and Montgomery Christian Academy. Following graduation, Mark enlisted into the United States Army where he served as an infantryman and as a combat medic at duty stations in the United States and the Federal Republic of Germany.
Following his military service, Mark moved to Washington, D.C. and attended the University of Maryland where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies and Management in 1996, and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Maryland University College Graduate School of Management and Technology in 2002.
Mark has worked for several large international law firms in litigation and corporate specialist roles and later in practice administration and firm management positions. At Batson Nolan, Mark has general administrative responsibility for firm operations, including financial planning and controls, human resource administration, and information systems and facilities management. Mark works closely with the firm Management Committee to develop firm strategic priorities. He also manages periodic reporting on billing and collections, profitability, tax planning, budget preparation, and cash flow management. Some of Mark’s other responsibilities include strategic marketing and business development, cost/benefit analyses, risk management, recruiting, training and development, salary and benefits administration, resource allocation, purchasing, space planning, and records management.
Mark is a member of the Association of Legal Administrators and the Middle Tennessee ALA. He is also a tnAcheives Mentor where he assists high school students with the college application process and to help in the transition from high school to college.
Outside of work Mark enjoys spending time with his wife Jessica and their daughter Adeline.