Travis M. Lampley joined Parkerson | Santel, PLLC in 2014. Previously, Travis is an experienced litigator, concentrating his practice on criminal defense, family law, and estate planning.
Like the other attorney’s at Parkerson | Santel, PLLC, Travis is also a former state prosecutor, having worked in the Office of the District Attorney General in the 16th Judicial District. As a prosecutor, Travis began in General Sessions Court but quickly was promoted to Circuit Court where he handled more high-profile felonies and misdemeanors. Having this experience, Travis is able to provide unique insight and approach in how to reach the best possible settlement in your criminal case. After his service with the District Attorney’s Office, Travis spent three years at a respected Murfreesboro law firm. There, Travis gained a wide variety of experience in family law and estate planning.
Travis completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Tennessee. While attending the University of Tennessee, he worked as a student manager with the national championship football program. He received his Juris Doctorate degree at the Appalachian School of Law, where he was a Faculty Scholar and a member of the Moot Court Board.
Travis is actively involved in Rutherford County, and has served as a Diplomat for the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce, and is a graduate of Leadership Rutherford. Travis is a member on Murfreesboro City School Foundation, he is a Past-President of the University of Tennessee Rutherford County Alumni Chapter, he is a member of Kappa Alpha Order, and enjoys participating in local philanthropic events. Additionally, he is a member of the Rutherford/Cannon County Bar Association, and the Tennessee Bar Association.
Travis is married to Caroline Burks Lampley and they have three sons.