Hallie Dyer grew up in McMinnville, Tennessee and attended The Webb School in Bell Buckle. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Birmingham Southern College in Studio Art with a Painting Concentration and her Juris Doctorate from The University of Tennessee College of Law. Between her time in undergrad and law school Ms. Dyer was a Peace Corps volunteer in the West Indies, a secondary school instructor in Copán Ruinas, Honduras, and paralegal to the late Daniel D. Warlick in Nashville, Tennessee. During her time in law school she was inducted into the Order of the Barristers, received CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in Legal Process and Domestic Violence Legal Clinic, and won Best Oralist and second-best brief in UT Law’s Advocacy Idol Competition. In her spare time Ms. Dyer enjoys traveling, playing music, and spending time with her nephews.
Birmingham Southern College, B.A., Studio Art with a Painting Concentration, 2008
University of Tennessee College of Law, J.D., 2018
Professional Bar Associations & Memberships
Knoxville Bar Association