Deborah J. Wright, Esq., PHR, SHRM-CP


Deborah J. Wright in Brentwood, is a practicing Attorney who provides affordable HR Consulting, Mediation, and General Counsel and services at Wright Business Law, a small boutique Firm in Brentwood, TN. Deborah has special and advanced knowledge in the areas of Human Resources, Employment Law, Mediation and Business Law. Deborah is also a Certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR), Certified DISC Consultant, Training Specialist, HR Advisor and speaker and is an adjunct faculty member at Lipscomb University.

Prior to becoming an attorney, Deborah worked as an HR Consultant and mediator for small businesses and prior to that, she worked in HR in corporate America for several years.


  • Deborah earned her BA in English, with honors, from Butler University in Indianapolis, IN and her J.D. from Nashville School of Law. 
  • Memberships: Deborah is or has been a member of the Tennessee Bar Association and the TBA's Labor and Employment, Alternative Dispute Resolution, and Business Sections and maintains memberships at CLS, TAPM, SHRM, MTSHRM and Cable. 


  • Licensed to practice law by the Supreme Court of Tennessee 
  • Certified Mediator 
  • Rule 31 Listed Civil with the Tennessee Supreme Court ADRC
  • Professional in Human Resources (PHR)
  • Certified DISC Consultant
  • Notary Public


  • Originally from a small town in Indiana, Deborah and her husband, Brett, moved to TN in 1999 and were immediately captivated by Nashville's placid beauty, entrepreneurial culture, and deep religious and musical history. Deborah, Brett and their two children love Nashville and are actively involved in their church. When not mediating or consulting with clients or spending time with her family, Deborah enjoys baking fun and unique desserts for her small dessert business, Dignified Desserts.


  • Deborah is a singer and enjoys singing on her church's Praise Team.
  • Deborah's pets (dog and cat) are both rescue animals and while a lover of all animals, Deborah is partial to cats. If not for her husband's prohibition, she'd have a house full of felines.