Murrey Haskell

J. Haskell Murray, J.D.

Board of Directors Advisory Council

Haskell was raised on the rural, Georgia-side of Lookout Mountain near Chattanooga, Tennessee, and has enjoyed the outdoors his entire life.

At Rhodes College, he majored in business administration, concentrating in international business and finance, while also competing as a member of the varsity football and club rugby teams. While at Georgia State University College of Law, Haskell was elected to the editorial board of the school’s main law review, graduated second in his class, and received high honors for his pro bono work.

Haskell served as a judicial clerk in Wilmington, Delaware, and practiced corporate law at two global law firms: King & Spalding LLP (Atlanta) and Weil, Gotshal, & Manges LLP (New York City).

Currently, he teaches corporate law and alternative dispute resolution courses as a tenure-track professor at Belmont University’s business school in Nashville, Tennessee. His research is focused on corporate governance and social enterprise related legal issues, including business practices aimed at preserving the environment.