Mitchell Brisbon serves as a Research Editor for the Cumberland Law Review. He is a December 2016 graduate of Middle Tennessee State University where he earned his degree in Political Science.
At Cumberland, Mitchell was named Best Oralist in the 2020 Donworth Competition and was a finalist in the 2020 SAAD Competition. He also serves as a Caruthers Fellow. Mitchell has received a CALI Award in Torts I and has been named to the Dean’s List each semester the List has been released.
In his free time, Mitchell enjoys kayaking and hiking with his girlfriend, reading, and attending Christ Fellowship Church.
Click here to read Mitchell’s article discussing the Eleventh Circuit’s recent decision in Adams ex rel. Kasper v. Sch. Bd. of St. Johns County.