John "Rett" Roach
Focuses in :
Divorce and Custody
Rett Roach spent his entire childhood in Robertson County before moving to Mississippi to attend the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) where he obtained a bachelor’s degree in Secondary English Education graduating with highest honors (summa cum laude). After graduation, Robertson County called him back home and he begin his career as an English teacher at White House Heritage High School. While teaching, he was selected as 2015 White House Chamber of Commerce Educator of the Year. During his teaching years, he was also an esteemed high school soccer coach winning numerous coaching awards.
Rett switched careers to pursue his goal of serving his community in a different area and enrolled at Belmont University College of Law and received his Juris Doctorate in May of 2020 and a specialized certificate in Criminal Law. During his law school tenure, Rett worked with The Fleming Wilmoth Law Firm for three (3) years being mentored by attorney Charlotte Fleming. He prides himself on his client rapport and enthusiasm for the legal profession.