On Friday, February 2, 2024, the Supreme Court of Tennessee at Nashville ordered that attorney Jeffrey D. Boehm be transferred to disability inactive status indefinitely.

The case is entitled “In the Matter of Jeffrey D. Boehm,” with case no. M2024-00169-SC-BAR-BP.

According to the court order, the Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility had filed a petition to move Boehm to disability inactive status under Rule 9 Section 27.3 of the Tennessee Supreme Court Rules. The court reviewed documentation from Boehm and his medical provider and determined that Boehm is currently unable to work as an attorney due to his condition.

Under the order, Boehm’s law license will remain inactive until further order from the Supreme Court. He must abide by Rule 9 of the Tennessee Supreme Court Rules, including the responsibilities outlined in Section 28 for attorneys on disability inactive status. Boehm can petition the court for reinstatement to active status under Rule 9 Section 27.7 in the future if able to practice again.

According to avvo.com, Mr. Boehm is a litigation attorney in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He attended the University of Tennessee College of Law. He acquired his law license in Tennessee in 1972.

A copy of the original filing can be found here.