Sarah H. Reisner

A native Nashvillian, Sarah Hardison Reisner is a principal with Manier & Herod practicing in litigation and specializing in Workers’ Compensation Law. Mrs. Reisner received her Bachelors of Arts and graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from The University of Richmond in 1991. After working in the Outstanding Scholars Program at the U.S. Department of Education for two years in Washington D.C. (1991 – 1993), she obtained her Juris Doctor from the University of Tennessee College of Law in 1996. While in law school, Mrs. Reisner was a member of the Constitutional Law Moot Court team, a Student Materials Editor on the Tennessee Law Review, and she co-authored a published article on Constitutional Law in Tennessee.

Mrs. Reisner is an active member of the American Bar Association, the Tennessee Bar Association, the Defense Research Institute, the Tennessee Defense Lawyers’ Association, the Mid-South Workers’ Compensation Association, and the Downtown Rotary Club of Nashville.

Specializing in this area of the law for over twenty years, Mrs. Reisner is a frequent speaker to client groups, employers and carriers all across the State of Tennessee, third party administers, attorneys, and professional organizations on topics related to Workers’ Compensation Law.

Publications:

Co-Author, Tennessee Workers’ Compensation: The Essential Guide (4th Edition, 2011).

Co-Author, Constitutional Law – First Amendment Overbreadth Doctrine – Older Minors and Adults’ Access Rights to Constitutionally Protected Material (Tennessee Law Review, 1995).

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