Tennessee Bar Journal Editorial Board

The Tennessee Bar Journal editorial board reviews submissions and helps shape the editorial policy of the monthly magazine.

Solicitor General, Office of the...
P.O. Box 20207
Nashville, TN 37202-0207

New 'Journal' Features Ousters, History and More

The February Tennessee Bar Journal will tell you all you need to know about Ouster Law in Tennessee in this article by Knoxville lawyer Joe Jarret. Read Russell Fowler's account of a Civil War scoundrel and the Memphis lawyer who defended him back in 1864 in what was described as a “hopeless case.” TBA President Bill Harbison looks at another historical case, this one that helped develop the concept of due process. Take a look at the entire issue here.

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In This Issue: A Twist on DUI, Family Law and Torts

You know how DUI works -- at least the kind involving alcohol, but what about when the driver is impaired by drugs? Circuit Judge Tom Wright and UT Law student Christopher Graham explain in the January Tennessee Bar Journal what's different about that and what you need to know. (You can also learn more on the same subject from this upcoming TBA CLE webcast.) TBJ family law columnist Marlene Eskind Moses covers employment benefits as separate property and John Day writes about unintended consequences in tort law (Breaking Bad fans will especially enjoy this take on it). Humor columnist Bill Haltom questions the legislature's interest in events on the campus of UT-Knoxville. Read the entire issue.

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