Dale Conder Jr.

Mr. Conder is a Member of Rainey, Kizer, Reviere & Bell, P.L.C., and has been associated with the firm since receiving his Doctor of Jurisprudence, with honors, in 1992 from the University of Tennessee College of Law.

Mr. Conder has significant experience in the areas of employment law (representing employers only), personal injury litigation, and federal civil rights litigation. He also has significant experience in appellate advocacy. Mr. Conder has represented a number of police departments and municipalities in 42 U.S.C. § 1983 litigation. Mr. Conder is a member of the firm’s Tort and Insurance Practice Group and the Employment Law Practice Group. He also serves as the firm’s ethics partner.




Jackson-Madison County Bar Association
Federal Bar Association
Defense Research Institute
Tennessee Defense Lawyers Association
Federalist Society


Recent Publications and Speaking Engagements


Expert Disclosures Under Rule 26,” in the July 2004 edition of DRI’s For The Defense;
A contributing author to the Defense Research Institute’s, “A Young Lawyer’s Guide to Defense Practice.” Mr. Conder authored the chapter on Effective Opening Statements;

Mr. Conder is also the author of “Law Enforcement and the Americans with Disabilities Act,” in the June 2007 edition of DRI’s For The Defense; and “The Admissibility of Electronically Stored Information,” in the September 2008 edition of DRI’s For The Defense.

Cases of Interest from the U.S. Sixth Circuit – By Dale Conder, Jr.