On Monday, November 20, 2023, Connie Lynn Reguli, a lawyer licensed to practice in Tennessee, was temporarily suspended from practicing law by order of the Supreme Court of Tennessee.

The case is entitled “In the Matter of Connie Lynn Reguli,” with case no. M2023-01351-SC-BAR-BP.

According to the court order and release of information from the Board of Professional Responsibility of the Supreme Court of Tennessee, Reguli was suspended based on a finding that she posed a threat of substantial harm to the public.

The order for Reguli’s temporary suspension was in response to a petition filed by Disciplinary Counsel for the Board of Professional Responsibility. In the petition, the Disciplinary Counsel asserted that Reguli’s conduct warranted an immediate suspension from practice to protect the public as outlined in Tenn. Sup. Ct. R. 9, Section 12.3. Reguli filed a response in opposition to the petition, but the court found cause to grant the temporary suspension based on supporting affidavits submitted by the Disciplinary Counsel.

As a result of the suspension, Reguli is prohibited from accepting new clients, practicing law, or holding herself out as an attorney. She must also comply with suspension requirements in the Tennessee rules regarding the obligations of suspended attorneys. The suspension will remain in effect until dissolved or modified by the Supreme Court upon a petition from Reguli showing good cause.

According to avvo.com, Ms. Reguli is a divorce and separation attorney in Brentwood, Tennessee. She attended the Nashville School of Law. She acquired her law license in Tennessee in 1994.

A copy of the original filing can be found here.