Michael Wrenn is an associate attorney for Freeman & Fuson. He represent a wide variety of clients with a focus on providing his clients personalized service in their time of need. Michael has a passion for helping individuals who are at risk of losing their professional license and assisting landlords with protecting their property investment.
Michael is an alum of Father Ryan High School, received his Bachelor’s from the University of Tennessee and his law degree from Nashville School of Law. He is a native of Nashville who got his first job bagging groceries at an H.G. Hill’s Store and believes his career as an attorney is a great way to give back to the community he grew up in.
Michael and his wife Andy have started a family and hope to continue to grow their strong ties to Middle Tennessee. Michael joined the firm as a staff attorney in 2014 and became an associate attorney in 2015.
He is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association, the Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the American Association for Justice.
While in law school Michael received the Suzanne G. Keith Judicial Scholarship Award, was elected to serve on the Honor Council, a member of the school’s Cooper’s Inn Society and was ranked fourth in his class.