Spencer Hall

Spencer Hall



Personal Background

Spencer grew up in Portland, Tennessee. He graduated magna cum laude from the University of Memphis with a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and psychology, before going on to the University of Tennessee College of Law in Knoxville. While in law school, Spencer was both a research editor for Tennessee Law Review and a student advocate on the American Association for Justice mock trial team. He graduated cum laude in 2014 with a concentration in advocacy and dispute resolution.

Before joining Ponce Law, Spencer spent several years in solo practice where he focused primarily on protecting and enforcing his clients’ constitutional rights in criminal defense litigation.

Legal Advice

If you are injured, and don’t know whether an attorney might increase your chances of recovering, why not call and ask? A good lawyer can tell you how they will add value to your case, and if they can’t add value, then they can tell you that too. Either way, the peace of mind of knowing is invaluable.

Legal Philosophy

To Spencer, the most important person in the attorney-client relationship will always be the client. Spencer strives to gain and honor the trust of his clients, who are often at their most vulnerable when they seek his counsel. He works tirelessly to protect his clients’ interests and zealously advocates to maximize their recoveries, no matter how big or how small the case.


  • University of Memphis, B.A., philosophy and psychology, magna cum laude
  • University of Tennessee College of Law, J.D., concentration in advocacy and dispute resolution, cum laude, Tennessee Law Review