Christopher Beauchamp

Christopher Beauchamp

cbeauchamp@lowerylaw.com

Christopher Beauchamp obtained his bachelor’s degree from Austin Peay State University in 2008 and his juris doctorate from the Nashville School of Law in 2015. Chris graduated second in his law school class and was awarded the Moot Court Award for outstanding preparation, presentation and performance in the court room. He was admitted to the Tennessee Bar in 2015.

Chris is a member of the 15th Judicial District Bar association and currently sits as its Secretary. He is also a member of the Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and co-chairs the publication committee.

Prior to joining Lowery, Lowery & Cherry, PLLC as a law clerk in 2013, Chris was working in healthcare. As a research analyst for Vanderbilt University, he conducted research aimed at improving the care and quality of life for elderly and disabled individuals residing in our community’s long-term care facilities. Prior to his time in research, Chris worked in patient care at Vanderbilt University Medical Center on the trauma unit and at Summit Medical Center.

In his practice, Chris regularly represents individuals who have been charged with criminal offenses in the middle Tennessee area. The span of this area includes clients from Robertson County to Cumberland County and those located in between. He handles many driving under the influences and drug cases with great success in the outcome. During his time at Lowery, Lowery and Cherry, he and the other attorneys work collaboratively on criminal cases with greater complexity, including homicide and sexual offenses.

In the office, Chris is the attorney who primarily represents individuals seeking assistance in divorce, custody and other family related disputes. Through his diligence and preparation, Chris has sought and obtained successful outcomes for his clients in this arena.

Although born and raised in Michigan, Chris has called Tennessee his home since 2004.  His wife, Anna, also a transplant, is a registered nurse at a local hospital. Together they have four children.  In his free time, Chris enjoys spending time with his family, watching the Nashville Predators, being outdoors and smoking an occasional cigar.

Admissions

  • Tennessee, 2015

Education

  • J.D., Nashville School of Law, 2015
    • Moot Court Award for outstanding preparation, presentation and performance in the court room
  • B.S., Austin Peay State University, 2008

Associations

  • Tennessee Bar Association
  • 15th Judicial District Bar Association
    • Secretary
  • Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
    • Co-Chair, Publication Committee