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Anne Marie Farmer

Adjunct Professor of Law

Anne-Marie Daniel Farmer practiced as a litigation associate with Bass Berry & Sims in Nashville for four years before specializing in the development of medical-legal partnerships. After operating a medical legal partnership between the law school and the Veteran's Administration to assist military veterans with civil legal issues, she began supervising law students in partnership with Vanderbilt's School of Nursing to increase the number of elderly patients who have received counseling on advanced care planning. After earning her law degree at Vanderbilt in 2003, she served as a law clerk for Chief Judge Frank Drowota '65 (BA'60) of the Tennessee Supreme Court before entering law practice. Active in the Nashville community, Farmer has served on the boards of directors of the League of Women Voters and the Disciples Divinity House at Vanderbilt University Divinity School. Farmer focused on equipping law students with the professional skills and confidence needed for successful legal practice, as well as an understanding of the myriad legal challenges faced by military veterans and seniors.

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