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Marketing Solo and Small Law Firms Online: Practical and Ethical Issues for Attorneys

Wednesday, October 29

2:00 p.m. Central / 3:00 p.m. Eastern

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Gain CLE and learn practical, effective, and ethical legal marketing techniques for small and solo law firms.

 

Streamlining Child Support Recovery: A Step-by-Step Process for Tennessee Attorneys

Thursday, October 30

2:00 p.m. Central / 3:00 p.m. Eastern

60 Minute Webinar

Gain CLE and get tips from a Tennessee Assistant DA on how to streamline the process of collection child support.

 

Engaging Clients Online: Attorney Guidelines for Websites, Blogging, and Social Media

Monday, November 3

2:00 p.m. Central / 3:00 p.m. Eastern

60 Minute Webinar

Learn how to improve your firm’s or practice’s online presence while ensuring compliance with applicable ethical and bar guidelines at this interactive, live event.

 

Estate Planning in Tennessee: Protecting the Family Wealth

Wednesday, November 5

2:00 p.m. Central / 3:00 p.m. Eastern

60 Minute Webinar

Learn how to use estate planning to protect your clients’ family wealth from an attorney who helps clients protect their family assets from “outsiders” such as creditors, ex-spouses, and divorcing in-laws.

 

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November 13-14, 2014
Marriott Cool Springs/Franklin
Franklin, TN
 


2014 Tennessee Workers' Comp Conference
2014 Tennessee Workers' Comp Conference
November 20-21, 2014
Embassy Suites Nashville — South/Cool Springs
Franklin, TN



2014 Family Law Conference for Tennessee Practitioners

2014 Family Law Conference for Tennessee Practitioners
December 4-5, 2014
Nashville School of Law
Nashville, TN


 

2014 Tennessee Real Estate Law Conference
2014 Tennessee Real Estate Law Conference
December 12, 2014
Nashville School of Law
Nashville, TN

 Legal News  

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Judges block access to Vanderbilt rape case records

The Tennessee Court of Appeals has denied access to records related to a Vanderbilt University rape case in which four former football players await a November trial.

Haslam Appoints Carr Chancellor for 30th Judicial District

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has appointed Oscar C. Carr III of Memphis as chancellor for the 30th Judicial District, which serves Shelby County. He replaces Kenny Armstrong, who was recently named to the Tennessee Court of Appeals.

Group says pregnant women unfairly targeted

The human rights non-profit National Advocates for Pregnant Women is ramping up its activity in Tennessee in response to two pieces of legislation it views as problematic.

Ballot language vexes voters in Hamilton County

Local election officials say confusing ballot language has been the only hiccup during early voting for the Nov. 4 election.

Letter from Chief Justice Lee to Tennessee Lawyers re: Amendment 2

Tennessee lawyers/judges looked to for guidence on Amendment 2.

Elon Law to cut total tuition by nearly $14K and offer law degree in 2.5 years for all

Elon University School of Law has announced the creation of a new curriculum that represents what the school is calling a groundbreaking new model for legal education.

Local parents sue state over naming their baby

Carl Abramson and Kim Sarubbi married in 2001, and decided "for personal and professional reasons" they would give their children a surname that combined both their last names, a clerk with the U.S. District Court for Middle Tennessee said.

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