Attorney Drew Farmer is a native Jacksonian, a 2002 graduate of Lambuth University in Jackson, and a 2005 graduate of the University of Memphis School of Law. He is licensed to practice in Tennessee and admitted in Tennessee state courts and various federal courts. After graduating law school, Drew spent a year clerking for the former Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the Western District, Eastern Division, Honorable James D. Todd; he then spent three years as a litigation associate in a Nashville law firm; he then spent over a decade as a self-employed lawyer in the Jackson area. In 2017, without planning, Drew started taking appointed criminal defense cases in the Jackson area, and he soon realized criminal defense is the area of law he probably should have been focused on and was naturally meant to practice, all along. Drew started working at the Donahoe Firm in Spring, 2022.
Drew loves spending time with his family, including his mom, Ondra Farmer, and his father, Charles Farmer, as well as his dog, Molly. Drew loves to travel and eat large amounts of food. Drew is an avid gym-goer, a runner, and a lover of playing and watching sports (including basketball and baseball).
If you've been arrested, indicted, or otherwise caught up in the criminal justice system, Drew is eager to hear your story.