Jacob J. Dennis II

Attorney Jacob J. Dennis II is an associate at Reaves Law Firm, P.L.L.C. Attorney Dennis is licensed in the State of Tennessee. Attorney Dennis’s area of concentration is in personal injury.

Attorney Dennis is from South Jamaica, Queens N.Y. However, Mr. Dennis has strong ties to Brooklyn, N.Y. as both his parents are from there and Jacob received all of his formal education through high school in the borough. In fact, Mr. Dennis’s path of becoming an attorney was manifested in 5th grade after going on a field trip to a courthouse in Brooklyn. After that day Mr. Dennis knew that he wanted to be an attorney.

After graduating high school, Mr. Dennis attended the University of Tennessee- Knoxville, where he competed in the 400 meters for the track and field team. Mr. Dennis was a letterman all four years he competed for the university and was a member of the 2007 SEC championship team. The SEC is one of the most competitive conferences in the country and it was here that Mr. Dennis learned it takes more than talent to be successful. Rather, you must be prepared, work hard and have the willingness to compete. Mr. Dennis graduated from UT-Knox with a bachelor of arts in history.

Mr. Dennis attended and graduated from the University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law. While in law school, he was a member of the school’s arbitration team and later became a member of the school’s moot court board. The moot court board is comprised of the school’s top oral advocates who have displayed the highest skills in crafting, recognizing and communicating legal arguments.

Mr. Dennis’s upbringing is one of service and assisting those who may be unable to assist themselves. Although not a native of Memphis, Mr. Dennis is proud to call Memphis home. Here at Reaves Law Firm, Mr. Dennis applies his upbringing, preparation, hard work and competitive spirit in being your voice against the insurance companies.

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