Courtney G. HartonAssociate


736 Market Street
Suite 1320
Chattanooga, TN 37402


423.648.9869 (fax)

Professional Profile

Courtney Harton is an associate in Carr Allison’s Chattanooga (TN) office. She is admitted to practice in Tennessee and focuses her practice on defending matters involving general litigation, personal injury, construction and appellate advocacy.

Courtney graduated from Tennessee Technological University with a Bachelor of Science in political science (concentration in legal studies) and a minor in history and religious studies. She went on to earn her Juris Doctor from University of Tennessee College of Law. While there, she served as marshal and justice for Phi Alpha Delta, staff editor for the Tennessee Journal of Law and Policy and Advocates’ Prize vice-chair for the Moot Court Board. Courtney was also awarded the CALI Excellence for the Future Awards (employment law, employment discrimination law, employment litigation practicum, civil rights actions and arbitration) and the Robert L. McKnight Memorial Scholarship in labor law. She also won the Powel Prize for Best Oralist and first place advocate in the 2020 Advocates’ Prize Competition.

Courtney is a Jackson (TN) native and loves cooking, watching horror films, going to the river and spending time with her partner and two cats.

Practice Areas

Admitted to Practice



BS, Tennessee Technological University

JD, University of Tennessee College of Law


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