Todd Sholar has focused most of his 17 years of practice in the area of Real Estate Law and Real Estate Brokerage Law. Mr. Sholar is also a Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 31 Listed Mediator and concentrates his mediation and arbitration efforts in the area of Real Estate.
Mr. Sholar graduated with honors from the Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law at Memphis State University (now the University of Memphis) in 1993, having served as associate editor of the Memphis State Law Review.
Mr. Sholar serves as counsel for the following real estate trade organizations:
- The Sumner Association of REALTORS
- Robertson County Association of REALTORS
- The Middle Tennessee Association of REALTORS
- TN Auctioneers Association
- Williamson County Association of REALTORS.
Mr. Sholar has also been a frequent guest lecturer at the Tennessee Association of REALTORS state conventions in Savannah, Georgia, Nashville, Tennessee, Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Point Clear, Alabama.
Mr. Sholar has published numerous articles, blogs, and legal journal articles related to real estate law, real estate transactions and alternative dispute resolution. Mr. Sholar has successfully guided numerous real estate transactions and is intimately familiar with all aspects of residential real estate law, including but not limited to misrepresentation claims, disclosure laws and requirements, State and Federal lending laws and regulations, and real estate licensee rules and regulations.