Frank S. Cantrell
Frank Cantrell has been serving actively as a mediator and arbitrator for the past 15 years. While he has extensive experience in mediating and arbitrating employment law disputes, he serves regularly in general civil cases as well. Frank was recently appointed by the Tennessee Supreme Court to serve on its Alternative Dispute Resolution Commission. He teaches Mediation at the University of Memphis School of Law and serves on the Board of the Tennessee Association of Professional Mediators. He is a member of the Board of the National Bar Association, Ben F. Jones Chapter, an emeritus member of the Leo Bearman Sr. American Inn of Court, where he was recently recognized with the 2015-16 Mentor of the Year Award, and the former Chair of the Memphis Bar Association ADR Section. Frank is a fellow of the American, Tennessee, and Memphis Bar Foundations.
Frank’s published works include Frank S. Cantrell, Comment, Torts-Workmen’s Compensation-Dual Capacity Doctrine Rejected, 8 Mem. St. U. L. Rev. 163 (1977); Frank S. Cantrell, Note, Directed Verdicts and New Trials-Their Relationship to the Right to Trial by Jury, 9 Mem. St. U. L. Rev. 493 (1979); Frank S. Cantrell, So You’re in Human Resources Now (1989); Frank S. Cantrell, A Manager’s Guide to Tennessee Workers’ Compensation (1998); Frank S. Cantrell, Supreme Court Ruling Clarifies Role of Arbitration, The Daily News, Jan. 17, 2002, at 1.