Meet Anne Martin: Attorney, Mom, and Community Leader

25 Years of Legal Experience

Anne is the only candidate with 25 years of courtroom experience who has tried over 150 cases in Davidson County Chancery Court and other chancery courts. She’s represented people of all walks of life, including people with disabilities and those who have faced discrimination in the workplace, as well as businesses, large and small. As judge, she’ll make sure everyone that enters her courtroom gets a fair shake.

Engaged Community Leader

Equally important to Anne’s leadership in the courtroom is Anne’s leadership in her community. As a board member of non-profit organizations like Planned Parenthood of Middle & East Tennessee, NasvhilleCares, First Steps, Inc., Interfaith Dental Clinic, American Red Cross Blood Board, and YWCA, Anne has fought to make Nashville the inclusive, supportive community we know it to be.

Anne Martin wearing a blue suit and smiling.
Anne Martin wearing a casual purple sweater, smiling.

Proud Mother to Clay

Above all, Anne is a proud mother to her son Clay, who has taught her more about love, joy, and perseverance than anyone. Being a single mother to a child with special needs hasn’t always been easy, but it’s been the single most defining and rewarding experience of her life. Anne and Clay both understand that everyone deserves a fair shot in life. That’s the mentality she’s brought to her work as an attorney, and it’s the mentality she’ll bring to the courtroom as Chancellor.

American flag and patriotic lapel pin with the word home.


Nashville skyline and sunset.


Anne Martin and supporter smiling.


Anne Martin and supporters smiling at an outdoor event.


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Ornate books on dark maple bookshelf.


Blue Anne Martin for Chancery Court Judge campaign sign.
Young boy wearing an Anne Martin campaign shirt, smiling.

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