Jarrod B. Casteel

Jarrod B. Casteel

Jarrod B. Casteel attended the University of Tennessee College of Law, and graduated with Honors in May 2016. Prior to beginning his law career he spent several years as a mortgage broker and financial consultant. During law school, Jarrod worked for several law firms in the Knoxville area, and interned for both the Chief Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court and the Chief District Judge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee. Jarrod obtained a B.A. in Political Science with an emphasis in Political Philosophy from Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee.

Jarrod’s other interests include traveling, fly fishing, and spending time with his wife Mandi and his four-year-old Weimaraner Remington.


  • Tennessee Law Review, Managing Editor
  • 3L Member of the Year, 2015-2016
  • National Moot Court Team, Member
  • Winner of the Harrison Tweed Bowl for Best Brief at the 2015 National Finals
  • Winner of the Joseph G. Cook Cup, Region Champion
  • Susan B. Devitt National Moot Court Award 2015
  • Ogden & Sullivan, P.A. Moot Court Brief Writing Award 2015
  • AAJ National Mock Trial Team, Member
  • South Texas Invitational Mock Trial Team, Member
  • Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law, Third-Year Editor
  • Hamilton Burnett American Inn of Court, Member
  • Moot Court Board, Member
  • CALI Award for Highest Grade in Constitutional Law
  • CALI Award for Highest Grade in Jurisprudence
  • CALI Award for Highest Grade in Civil Pretrial Litigation


  • Jarrod B. Casteel, Commentary, Cooper v. Glasser, Transactions: Tenn. J. Bus. L. (2014)
  • Jarrod B. Casteel & William H. Neal, III, Amendment II: A Consideration of the History, Passage & Potential Effects of the Latest Judicial Selection Process in the State of Tennessee, The Forum (2015), http://www.trace.tennessee.edu/forum/


  • Rotary Club (Cleveland, TN and York, England)
  • University of Tennessee College of Law Dean’s Advisory Counsel
  • University of Tennessee College of Law Student Advisor
  • 2L Coordinator of the Voter Rights Restoration Project
  • UT Pro Bono Homeless Project
  • Challenged Child and Friends, Volunteer of the Year 2005


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