Jacob Feuer grew up in Clinton, Tennessee before attending the University of Tennessee where he received his bachelors in English and J.D. from the College of Law. While completing his undergraduate degree, Mr. Feuer placed first in the annual McClung Speech Competition, and served as the President of the University of Tennessee Mock Trial program.
While in law school, Mr. Feuer served as a research assistant for former Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Penny White. In 2012, Mr. Feuer was honored with the Summers and Wyatt Advocacy Scholarship given to students who demonstrate excellence in oral advocacy.
Upon graduation, Mr. Feuer worked as an associate with the Law Office of James A.H. Bell. In 2015, Mr. Feuer moved to Memphis, Tennessee to accept a judicial clerkship position on the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals. In 2017, Mr. Feuer returned to his roots in Knoxville, Tennessee where he practices with his wife and fellow associate attorney, Chelsea Harris.
Mr. Feuer’s practice focuses on criminal and civil litigation at the state and federal level, as well as administrative proceedings. Mr. Feuer is a member of the Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (TACDL), the Tennessee Bar Association, and the Knoxville Bar Association. When not practicing, he enjoys golf, Stephen King novels, and cheering on the Vols.