Corrin P. Fulton is a Cleveland, Tennessee native. She was the first in her family to graduate college; she is no stranger to hard work. Corrin graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee where she majored in English and minored in Bible Theology. While there, she was a member of Sigma Tau Delta, English Honors Society. She then attended Appalachian School of Law located in beautiful Grundy, Virginia on a merit scholarship and received her Juris Doctor. While studying law, Corrin played an integral role with her volunteer work on campus and in the community. She served throughout her law school career as President and Secretary of the American Constitutional Society, President and Vice President of the Criminal Law Society, and maintained Member of Democrat Law Society. She notably served on the Moot Court Team her second year in law school and competed in a national competition, namely the Grabrielle Family Law Moot Court Competition in Albany, New York, where she was honored and placed as a quarterfinalist. While competing in Moot Court was her passion and honor, her participation necessarily ended upon the birth of her second child. Corrin is a firm believer in community service, and since law school has continued to give back to her community by serving in various capacities on several non-profit Board of Directors. Corrin also served the community for several years as a volunteer soccer coach, where she successfully coached her eldest son’s soccer team for six years, three of which were undefeated. Corrin is married to Scott Allen Fulton and is the mother of three boys, Alexzander Sage, Liam Allen, and Samuel Joseph. Corrin and her family live in Apison, Tennessee and attend Christ United Methodist Church.
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