ADA Notice

Prohibiting Discrimination

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits discrimination against any qualified individuals with a disability. The Tennessee judicial branch does not permit discrimination against any individual on the basis of physical or mental disability in accessing its judicial programs. In accordance with the ADA, if necessary, the Tennessee judicial branch will provide reasonable modifications in order to provide all of its programs, services, and activities to individuals with disabilities.

Modifications for the Disabled

If you require a modification to access the judicial program and/or have special needs because of a qualified disability, you must submit a written Request for Modification Form to the local judicial program ADA coordinator listed below at least five business days prior to the date of the judicial program, if possible. A form is available from the local judicial program ADA coordinator or from the Tennessee judicial program ADA coordinator.
Tennessee Judicial Program ADA Coordinator John Coke
511 Union St.
Suite 600
Nashville, TN 37219
Ph: (615) 741-2687
Ph: (800) 448-7970

Shelby County Judicial Program ADA Coordinator
Nora Sarsour-Ismail
160 N. Main
Memphis, TN 38103
Ph: (901) 222-2334 Fax: (901) 222-2372

Additional Resources

The Tennessee Judicial Branch Americans With Disabilities Act Policy Regarding Access to Judicial Programs and Request for Modification Form may be found on the Tennessee court system's website.