The Rise & Fall of Nashville Lawyer Tommy Osborn: Kennedy Convictions
Tommy Osborn's star was rising. The young Nashville lawyer led a band of Tennessee reformers to victory in a landmark Supreme Court case. Hailed by Chief Justice Earl Warren as the most important of his career, Baker v. Carr's "one man, one vote" mandate revolutionized how Americans chose their representatives. Osborn was hired by Jimmy Hoffa to take on Bobby Kennedy for the fourth time. Unfortunately, the young lawyer met his match in Walter Sheridan, Kennedy's top aide and brilliant spymaster. Author William L. Tabac describes the extraordinary legal proceeding with the twists and turns of a modern television drama and the fall of a prominent attorney.
The History Press
Tommy Osborn, Supreme Court, reformers, Earl Warren, Jimmy Hoffa, Bobby Kennedy
Fourteenth Amendment | Law | Supreme Court of the United States
Tabac, William, "The Rise & Fall of Nashville Lawyer Tommy Osborn: Kennedy Convictions" (2018). Law Faculty Books. 46.