On Monday, October 2, 2023, Attorney Robert Louis Booker, a lawyer from Montgomery County, has been permanently disbarred by the Supreme Court of Tennessee.
The case is entitled, “In the Matter of Robert Louis Booker.”
The charges against Attorney Booker include violations of Tennessee Rules of Professional Conduct, including 1.5(b)(f) (fees), 1.15 (safekeeping property and funds), 1.16(b)(5) (declining or terminating representation), 1.6 (confidentiality of information), 8.1(b) (disciplinary matters), and 8.4(a)(d) (misconduct).
The Tennessee Rules of Professional Conduct can be viewed here.
The court found Attorney Booker guilty of various violations, including charging a non-refundable fee without a written agreement, failing to explain the scope of his representation to a client, disclosing confidential information without permission, and neglecting to respond to disciplinary counsel inquiries. The disbarment is effective from October 2, 2023, and Attorney Booker is required to pay all costs incurred to the Board of Professional Responsibility.
Attorney Rober Louis Booker is from Franklin, Tennessee. Prior to his disbarment, his practice focused on the areas of criminal defense, small business representation, and entertainment law. He attended Reuben Clark Law School, graduating in 1990. For more info on Attorney Booker’s bio, please visit LinkedIn.com.
A copy of the original filing can be found here.