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Union University, cum laude, B.A. History and English
University of Memphis, magna cum laude M.S. Counseling
Nashville School of Law, magna cum laude and graduated 3rd in class, J.D
Recipient of Clarence Suiter, Holly Russell, and Arney Scholarships
Inducted into the Cooper's Inn Honor Society for Top 10% of Law School Class
American Bar Association
Tennessee Bar Association
Jackson-Madison County Bar Association
Tennessee Association for Justice
Lawyers Association for Women
American Inns of Court
Tennessee Employment Lawyers Association
Teresa A. Luna is an Member in the Spragins, Barnett & Cobb Litigation Group. Although her practice is broad, her key areas of concentration are personal injury, commercial litigation, employment law, estate planning, education law, and municipal law.
Mrs. Luna graduated from Union University, cum laude, with a Bachelor of Arts in English and History. Mrs. Luna also received an M.S. degree in Counseling from the University of Memphis in 1982, graduating magna cum laude. Mrs. Luna graduated, magna cum laude, from the Nashville School of Law with a Juris Doctorate in 2007, ranking 3rd in a class of 133.
Before and during law school, Teresa Luna worked as a public school teacher for 20 years. First with the Crockett County School System and then the Jackson-Madison County School System. Mrs. Luna had a distinguished career receiving numerous awards including: Tennessee Teacher of the Year, 2000; USA Today Top Twenty Teachers in America, 2002; Recognized at White House as Distinguished Teacher of the Year, 1995; Union University Distinguished Alumnus Award, 2003; Jackson-Madison County Teacher of the Year, 2000; Jackson-Madison County Teacher of the Year, 2007; and Recognized by the Council for Christian Colleges as Top 21 Alumni of the Year, 2004. In 2010 Mrs. Luna received the Union University Alumni Distinguished Achievement Award. Mrs. Luna was also the coach of the Madison Academic High School and Jackson Central-Merry High School Academic Decathlon Teams, winning two National Championships, as well as eleven consecutive state titles.
Mrs. Luna is admitted to practice before the Tennessee Supreme Court, all Tennessee trial and appellate courts, the United States District Court for the Western District of Tennessee, the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee, and the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals. Mrs. Luna is a member of the Jackson-Madison County Bar Association, the Tennessee Bar Association, and the American Bar Association.
Mrs. Luna resides in Jackson, Tennessee, with her husband, Tony Luna. They are members of the Englewood Baptist Church. Mrs. Luna and her husband have two grown children and two grandchildren.