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Help us celebrate with the Tennessee Lawyers Assistance Program (TLAP) its 20 years of helping those in the legal profession who have experienced substance use disorders, stress or emotional health issues. Former Justice Janice Holder writes about the program’s history and how it continues to provide a lifeline, in the April Tennessee Bar Journal. The issue also covers domestic assets protection trusts and includes an interview with Tennessee Department of Finance and Institutions Commissioner Greg Gonzales. TBA President Jason Pannu explains two new programs, the Reporters Workshop and one to help solo and small firm lawyers. This month’s feature for “Spark!” is an interview with an inspiring Nashville lawyer, Catherine Henry, who lost her vision at 28 – and then decided to go to law school.


Keep up with the achievements and moves of your colleagues across the state and beyond with the TBA's new online Success! feature. The print edition of this service will continue in the Tennessee Bar Journal, however, the legal community and general public will now be able to find the same information online and search by Success type as well as the recognition by name and location. Attorneys and firm representatives also may now submit items for Success! through a new online submission form.

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The17th Edition of the Alimony Bench Book is now available. Developed and produced by the TBA’s Family Law Section, the new edition includes information on how alimony is affected by the new tax law, how to argue alimony before the court, what traps you need to avoid and how to enforce your alimony awards. The new book is available to Family Law Section members as a free download. Others can purchase a copy of it through the TBA’s online bookstore. Not a member of the Family Law Section? You can join online now.



Chris Stiegemeyer, of the Bar Plan Foundation is back with his popular preventing legal malpractice and ethics series! Don't wait until the end of the year to fulfill your ethics requirements.

In the first hour, take "the QUIZ" to evaluate a potpourri of the hottest topics in legal malpractice.

In the last two hours, learn to recognize risk...

The morning portion of the Immigration Law Forum will offer 3 general hours that focus on family immigration and court issues facing immigration, family law and criminal law attorneys. Speakers include representatives from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, the U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement’s Office of the Principal Legal Advisor and the U.S....

This 6 hour CLE will focus on a variety of issues facing immigration, family, criminal, corporate counsel, employment and business law attorneys. The first three morning sessions will address family immigration and court issues. Speakers include representatives from the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services, the U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement’s...

This week the pace of the legislative session accelerated to lightning speed after the House initiated the much anticipated, and equally dreaded, “flow motion” on the floor, a move that suspends...
Nashville’s top federal prosecutor, U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee Don Cochran, said yesterday that law enforcement is not done criminally investigating medical professionals...
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