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Lynne T. Ingram

Adjunct Professor of Law

Lynne Ingram is a partner in Barton's dispute resolution and regulatory enforcement practice, where she represents corporate and financial services clients in complex commercial litigation cases and arbitrations and supports the firm's bankruptcy practice. As a former federal prosecutor, Professor Ingram draws on more than a decade of senior-level trial and government investigation experience in representing clients in internal investigations, regulatory investigations and regulatory enforcement matters.

Before joining Barton, Professor Ingram served for 11 years as an Assistant U.S. Attorney prosecuting criminal cases, including violent crimes, gun crimes and child exploitation cases. Professor Ingram conducted numerous trials and handled complex investigations and litigation. She also provided law enforcement training to federal, state and local law enforcement and served as the Human Trafficking Task Force Coordinator for the Middle District of Tennessee, assisting in human trafficking investigations and prosecutions. Professor Ingram began her legal career as a Deputy County Attorney with the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office in Phoenix, Arizona. She then represented clients in U.S. Bankruptcy Courts at Ryley Carlock & Applewhite before joining the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Arizona. She moved to Nashville in 2009. At Vanderbilt, Professor Ingram co-teaches Trial Advocacy.