Judge Max Fagan Announces Campaign For General Sessions Judge
ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – Judge Max Fagan is announcing his bid for Robertson County General Session Judge in the 2022 Republican Primary on May 3rd.
“Judge, community leader, family man, and grandfather, Judge Max Fagan has officially announced his intentions to run for Robertson County General Session Judge in the 2022 Republican Primary on May 3rd. Judge Fagan has over 25 years of legal experience both as an attorney and judge having practiced both Civil and Criminal Law in all courts in Robertson County and surrounding areas. Fagan currently serves as a Special Judge designated by the Tennessee Supreme Court for Middle Tennessee and Special Master for the United States Federal District Court for Middle Tennessee.
‘The opportunity to once again serve the people of Robertson County as an elected official is both humbling and exciting,’ Fagan said. ‘This community has been so good to me, gave me the honor to serve as General Sessions Judge, and now I’m ready to earn their trust and vote again.’
“In 1994, Judge Fagan received his Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from the Nashville School of Law finishing in the top 10 percent of his class. In 1979 he earned his Bachelor of Business Administration from Belmont University and in 1976 he received his Associate of Arts Degree from Manatee Community College. He is a 2005 Tennessee Bar Association Leadership Law Class Alumni and a 2004 National Judicial College alum.
“Judge Fagan is also a Chartered Life Underwriter and Chartered Financial Consultant. From 1998-2006 Judge Fagan served with distinction as Robertson County General Sessions Judge presiding over civil litigation of all varieties including criminal, domestic relations, and juvenile cases. Judge Fagan’s leadership roles include former Executive Committee Member of the Tennessee Council of Juvenile and Family Court, former member of the Tennessee Supreme Court’s Permanency Planning Commission, and former Delegate to the American Bar Association. Judge Fagan was also designated by the Tennessee Supreme Court to serve as a special delegate to the American Bar Association.
“His government relations work includes serving as former Chairman of the Legislative Committee of the Tennessee Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, former Chairman of the Compensation and Benefits Committee of the Tennessee General Sessions Judges Conference, and former Member of the Tennessee Supreme Court’s Judicial Council. Judge Fagan has been involved in numerous philanthropic and community organizations including the Kiwanis Club, Habitat for Humanity Board, past Chairman of the Robertson County Sr Citizen Center, and as a service volunteer for Alive Hospice.
“Judge Fagan is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association as well as the Nashville and Robertson County Bar Association and is a member of the NRA. Judge Fagan is married to his wife Marilyn and has five children and five grandchildren. For more information about Judge Fagan visit his website at www.JudgeMaxFagan.com.