Professor Arlene Cleveland

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Before joining Pellissippi State full time, I practiced law in Sweetwater with my husband, John Cleveland.

Courses I have taught at Pellissippi State:

  • LAW 1000: Introduction to Law and Ethics (formerly Professional Responsibility)
  • LAW 1010: Paralegal Practice Skills
  • LAW 1020: Law in Society
  • LAW 2040: Estates and Trusts
  • LAW 2100: Torts
  • LAW 2110: Family Law
  • LAW 2210: Litigation Skills I
  • LAW 2220: Litigation Skills II
  • LAW 2300: Contracts and UCC
  • LAW 2500: Business Organizations
  • LAW 2400: Civil Procedure
  • LAW 2600: Special Topics: Employment Law
  • LAW 2600: Special Topics: Advanced Lit. Skills
  • LAW 2800: Internship
  • LAW 2900: CLA Review
My Academic and Professional Credentials:

  • Bachelor of Arts, Summa Cum Laude, English.
    Tennessee Wesleyan College

  • Doctor of Jurisprudence.
    University of Tennessee College of Law

Professional Licenses and Affiliations:

  • Licensed to practice law in all courts in Tennessee
  • Licensed to practice in U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee
  • Member, Tennessee Bar Association
  • Member, East Tennessee Lawyers Association for Women

Prior Affiliations:

  • Officer, Monroe County Bar Association
  • Tennessee Trial Lawyers' Association
  • American Trial Lawyers' Associaton
    American Bar Association
  • Partner, Cleveland & Cleveland, P.C.
  • Partner, Howe & Cleveland
  • Parents' Advisory Committee, Webb School of Knoxville