Candi Henry was recently inducted as Fellow of the Nashville Bar Foundation at the group’s annual gathering on March 9, 2019. Each class of fellows is limited to approximately 2% of the Nashville Bar, and selection as a fellow recognizes a commitment to service to clients and devotion to the public interest.
Candi Henry has been selected to serve as Chair of the Solo and Small Firms Committee of the Nashville Bar Association for 2019. The appointment is made by the President of the Nashville Bar Association. Candi has previously served as Co-Chair of the NBA Appellate Practice Committee.
Candi Henry has been selected to the 2018 Mid-South Rising Stars List, an annual publication of Super Lawyers. The selection marks her fifth consecutive recognition by the publication.
Super Lawyers is a rating service of lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process is multi-phased and includes independent research, peer nominations, and peer evaluations.
The Nashville Bar Association's Appellate Practice Committee has published the eighth edition of Appellate Advocacy: A Handbook on Appellate Practice in Tennessee. The Handbook provides novice and experienced litigators with tips and analysis on practicing in the state's appellate courts and is available online.
Candi Henry were among the editors of the Handbook. She has previously served as co-chair of the NBA Appellate Practice Committee.
Candi Henry was a featured presenter at the 2018 Tennessee Business Law Conference. The annual event draws practitioners from across the state and includes presentations on current topics in business law. Henry's presentation "First Things First" focused on preliminary negotiation techniques that can result in a smoother contracting process.