Imogene A. King
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B.A. University of Tennessee, 1977 (with high honors)
J.D. University of Tennessee, 1981
Imogene has had quite a varied and interesting career since graduating from the University of Tennessee College of Law in 1981.
Not only has she had a successful career serving the private sector with Frantz, McConnell & Seymour, LLP since 1990, where her primary focus has been workers’ compensation and discrimination, zoning and land use, she has also spent quite a few years in government practice.
Imogene previously served as a lawyer for the U.S. Department of the Interior where she was involved with environmental reclamation and remediation work and also worked as a special assistant U.S. attorney in Tennessee, Alabama and Virginia.
Taking an active role in her community, Imogene has been involved with a number of organizations about which she has been passionate. She served for nine years on the Metropolitan Planning Commission, twice chairing it, and was on the state-mandated Urban Growth Policy Commission. She was appointed to the Knoxville-Knox Country Charter Commission, has been a member of the Knoxville Civil Service Merit Board, and is a graduate of Leadership Knoxville. Imogene had a particular interest in the Board of Law Examiners where she conducted Tennessee Bar applicant interviews, as well as the Board of Professional Responsibility, where she served on a regional hearing panel.
Included among the many other boards Imogene has served on is the Girl Scouts of America, East Tennessee Historical Society, and the Knox County Rescue Squad.
Away from the office, Imogene’s interests include playing the piano, gardening and traveling.