Ramona P. DeSalvo

Title: Member


Phone: (615) 600-4741
Fax: (615) 600-4761
Email: rdesalvo@desalvonashville.com

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Tennessee, 1997
California, 1989
Ohio, 1981
U.S. Southern District of Ohio, 1981
U.S. Middle District of Tennessee, 2003
U.S. Eastern District of Tennessee, 2004


University of Cincinnati College of Law
Juris Doctor, 1980
·   Dean’s List
·   Fellow, Urban Morgan Institute for Human Rights

University of San Francisco Law School
San Francisco, California 1977-79

University of California, Berkeley
B.A. Political Science, 1976
·   UC Berkeley Honor Society
·   UC Berkeley Wheeler Scholar
·   UC Berkeley Alumni Scholar
·   California State Scholar

Ramona P. DeSalvo’s practice focuses exclusively in the entertainment industry. Ms. DeSalvo attended the University of California, Berkeley, where she received her B.A. degree in Political Science in 1976. She attended the University of San Francisco law school for two years, transferring to the University of Cincinnati, College of Law upon her appointment as a Fellow at the Morgan Institute for Human Rights. Since graduation from law school in 1980, Ms. DeSalvo was admitted to practice in Tennessee, Ohio and California, practicing as a trial attorney for the past 36 years.

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Audra Horn

Title: Legal Assistant


Phone: (615) 600-4741
Fax: (615) 600-4761
Email: ahorn@desalvonashville.com

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Nashville School of Law, 2017-present J.D. expected May 2021

Vanderbilt University B.A. Mathematics, 2016

Honors: Dean’s List

Audra Horn is the legal assistant to Ramona P. DeSalvo. Ms. Horn graduated from Vanderbilt University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. She majored in Mathematics, and her minor studies were in Managerial Studies, with a concentration in Financial Economics. At Vanderbilt, her mathematics education spanned subjects such as calculus, differential equations, statistics and number theory. She currently attends the Nashville School of Law, and expects to receive her Juris Doctor degree in May 2021.

Ms. Horn’s passion for music extends back to her middle school years, where she began her training as a classical violinist. She continued to play throughout middle school and high school, earning the position of first-chair violinist and participating in the St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra. Although only playing recreationally now, Ms. Horn continues to challenge herself to learn new pieces and perfect the craft. She hopes that her legal education can intersect with her passion for music in the entertainment law industry.