TOP PHOTO: Attorney Adam Bullock guest spoke at Tuesday’s Rotary Club Luncheon.

By Charlotte Underwood

LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – Adam and Jessica Bullock with Bullock Law Firm were guest speakers at Tuesday’s Campbell County Rotary Club Luncheon held at the LaFollette Methodist Church.

Adam Bullock briefly addressed Rotarians regarding his law practice, as well as discussing several boards that he sits on in the county.

Bullock is a graduate of East Tennessee State University and Lincoln Memorial’s Duncan School of Law.

During his time at law school, he worked for Chancellor Elizabeth Asbury in Campbell County.

Bullock’s law firm was founded by Adam in 2016. He specializes in estate planning, family law, litigation, DUI, criminal defense and more. His wife Jessica joined the firm in 2023 when they combined forces. She had previously been practicing in Knoxville.

Attorneys Jessica and Adam Bullock were guests at the Campbell County Rotary Club luncheon at the LaFollette Methodist Church on Tuesday. Left to right is Jessica Bullock, Adam Bullock and Rotarian Rayma Daugherty.

Bullock said he had been fortunate to grow his practice in Campbell County and said he was very thankful for his good friend Tracy Lobertini, as well as Reid Troutman for helping him get established here in Campbell County.

Bullock grew up in Cherry Bottom and had always wanted to practice law in Campbell County after he completed law school.

Bullock said he wants to serve the needs of Campbell County citizens.

“We take pride in being local,” Bullock said.

He also talked briefly about several boards that he serves on, including Community Health of East Tennessee, the Tennessee College of Applied Technology, the Caryville Cares Playground board, the United Way board, as well as on the CCHS Relief Fund Board.

He spoke briefly about the upcoming fundraiser for the CCHS Relief Fund “Conquer the Bluff”, which is on May 4th and will raise money for scholarships for CCHS students.

“We do three $1,500 scholarships a year and meet quarterly,” Bullock said.

He explained this is the first fundraiser event the CCHS Relief Fund has done and that to raise money, the organization usually sells tiles honoring educators. The tiles line the bricks walls in the hallway outside Brown Gym at Campbell High.

“The event is on May 4th and raises money to help the students with scholarships.” (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 02/28/2024-6AM)