Judge Carol Soloman, Eighth Circuit Court

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Carol L. Soloman presides over the 8th Circuit Court for the 20th Judicial District Davidson County, Tennessee. She has practiced law in Davidson County and surrounding counties for 19 years prior to being elected to the bench in September, 1998. Her primary emphasis in her private law practice was family law and criminal law.

Judge Soloman is a 1979 graduate of the Nashville School of Law. She received her undergraduate degree from Peabody College (now known as Vanderbilt University at Peabody).

She is a member of many organizations. Judge Soloman is a former Assistant District Attorney General and is a member of:

  Davidson County Democratic Women,
  Women's Political Collaborative of Tennessee,
  Goodlettsville and Madison Chambers of Commerce,
  Trial Judges Association,
  Domestic Relations Committee of the Tennessee Judicial Conference,
  Tennessee Judicial Conference - Civil Pattern Instruction Committee,
  Whites Creek Community Center,
  Operation Stand Down, and a
  Charter Member of LAW.

Judge Soloman is also a Board Member for Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Select Committee on Children and Youth, and Growth Enterprises Nashville.

Judge Soloman is married to James Berry. She is the mother of four children and grandmother of six children. Judge Soloman enjoys gardening and is an avid motorcycle rider and member of the Blue Knights Motorcycle Association.


Friends of Carol Soloman
c/o PO Box 198136
Nashville, TN 37219-8136

Paid for by Friends of Carol Soloman, Joyce McDaniel, Treasurer

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Revised: February 24, 2014

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