Larry Crain is a constitutional attorney who for the last thirty years has specialized in First Amendment, religious liberty cases. He has represented churches, church leaders and Christian ministries in a wide range of legal issues in federal and state courts in more than twenty-six states, and in legal briefs before the United States Supreme Court. During his legal career Mr. Crain has served as General Counsel for The Rutherford Institute and Senior Counsel to The American Center for Law and Justice, international public interest law firms that represent First Amendment, religion-clause issues. He served for several years as Adjunct Professor for Religious Studies at Moody Graduate School in Chicago, and has lectured at the University of Strasbourg, France on the subject of religious liberty.
Josh is a Nashville attorney with more than a dozen years of experience. He counsels both hierarchical and connectional churches on a variety of legal issues, including real estate matters and church organizational and governance issues. Josh has extensive experience litigating the rights to church property in lawsuits arising from church schisms. A member of Bass, Berry & Sims, PLC, Josh also routinely represents clients in complex commercial litigation involving breach of contract claims, business torts, real estate disputes, and land use planning and zoning matters. He has represented clients in jury and bench trials, appeals, arbitrations and mediations. Josh is licensed to practice law in all state and federal courts sitting in Tennessee, Kentucky and Indiana.
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