Nick Della Volpe - 4th District

City Recorder

Will Johnson
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(865) 215-2075

400 Main St., Room 467
Knoxville, TN 37902

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Former City Councilman

Nick Della Volpe Nick Della Volpe - 4th District
5216 Crestwood Drive 
Knoxville, TN  37914 
Home: 865-525-2880
[email protected]
Term ends: December 2017

  • Resident of Holston Hills, Knoxville since 1974
  • Born in Union Beach, New Jersey - but I got here as fast as I could
  • Active in community improvement projects for 35 years
  • Recipient Knoxville News Sentinel Community Cornerstone award in 1998


    J.D. in June 1973; 7th in class of 238; Dean’s List; Law Review

    VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY, Villanova, Pennsylvania
    B.A. Degree, May 1970; Cum. Ave. 3.5 (4.0 scale); Major in English and Economics; Honors Program

    UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE, Knoxville, Tennessee
    2008-2009, Courses in Accounting, Business Finance, Creative Writing


    35 years General Business and Commercial Litigation

    Feb. 1997 to Present WAGNER, MYERS & SANGER, P.C., Knoxville, Tennessee

    June 1987 to Feb. 1997 BAKER, DONELSON, BEARMAN & CALDWELL, Partner Knoxville, Tennessee (formerly Baker, Worthington, Crossley, Stansberry & Woolf)

    1973 to 1987 TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY, Attorney, General Counsel’s Office Knoxville, Tennessee

    ADMITTED TO PRACTICE: Tennessee Supreme Court 1973, United States Supreme Court 1978, Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals 1976, Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, U.S. Court of Federal Claims, U.S. District Court E.D. Tennessee 1974


    Tennessee Bar Association, Litigation Section, TBA Lien Law Reform Committee Knoxville Bar Association, Environmental Law Section Chairman/Director, Knoxville Public Assembly Facilities Board Former President/Director, and Library & Greenways Chair of Town Hall East, Inc. President, 2004-2005, Downtown Knoxville Civitan Club; on the Board of Directors Lecturer at Construction Seminars: “Contractors Getting Paid,” “Mold Litigation,” and “Building Codes”


    Community Development, Tai Chi, History, Woodworking, and Gardening