Before establishing his career as a criminal defense attorney and starting The Bosch Law Firm, P.C., Donald A. Bosch came to Knoxville, Tennessee, from his hometown of St. Louis, Missouri. As an undergraduate student at the University of Tennessee, he was a member of the men's swim team and graduated with his bachelor's degree with honors in 1985. He received his law degree from the University of Tennessee College of Law in 1988, participating in numerous student bar activities and serving as vice-chair of the law school's moot court program. Don began his general litigation law practice in 1988 joining the firm Tipton, Eshbaugh, and Simpson, with an emphasis in criminal defense. He began his own firm in 1991 known today as The Bosch Law Firm, P.C., where he focuses on the representation of clients in state and federal criminal cases from the pre-charge investigative phase through trial and appeals. Additional areas of expertise include advising companies on "best practices" and risk assessments for a variety of enterprises. He also deals with business litigation and specialized work in the sports and entertainment industry.
Don Bosch has distinguished himself as one of the top practitioners in the area, receiving Martindale-Hubbell's highest rating (AV). He served for six years on the Board of Directors for the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the preeminent organization for attorneys practicing in his field. He has served as an adjunct professor at the University of Tennessee College of Law, teaching trial advocacy and guest lecturing in other related courses. Mr. Bosch has also served on the Knoxville Bar Association Board of Governors, receiving its highest honor, the President's Award, in 2001 for his work relating to juvenile justice issues.
Don is involved in numerous other capacities throughout the Knoxville community. He was a member of the University of Tennessee Alumni Board and was a member of the University of Tennessee Athletics Board, Board of Directors for the Knoxville Museum of Art, The Tennessee Theatre Board of Directors, Leadership Knoxville Board of Directors. For the last twenty-six years he has been, a political and legal analyst for WBIR-TV10, Knoxville's local NBC affiliate. He has also been featured for his successful representation on Court TV, CNN, MSNBC, and other national news broadcasts. In addition, Don is a Master of the Bench of the Hamilton Burnett American Inn of Court and served as the Inn's president from 2007 - 2008.