J. Carlton Drumwright
Carlton Drumwright is a key attorney/ owner at CLOSED Title. He is a 1999 graduate of The Nashville School of Law (J.D.) and a 1994 graduate of Middle Tennessee State University (B.S.). A former Assistant District Attorney General for the 20th Judicial District of the State of Tennessee, Carlton has litigated several notable cases during the course of his legal career. In 2008, in the case of State v. Dailey, he secured a landmark decision from the Tennessee Supreme Court which resulted in a milestone interpretation of federal and state Constitutional law. Carlton has been a guest lecturer at The Nashville School of Law, has sat as a Special Judge for the Davidson County Courts, and has provided training to several Middle Tennessee real estate companies regarding contracts and real estate law. He has been a lecturer and consultant for Vanderbilt Law School’s Divorce This House collaborative law education program, which provides training to judges, divorce attorneys and real estate professionals regarding proper valuation and disposition of real property in divorces. He focuses his legal practice in the areas of residential and commercial real estate closings, §1031 tax deferred exchanges, contract law and business law. Carlton Drumwright is an owner and employee of CLOSED Nashville LLC.