Government Affairs Update

Follow the TBA's efforts to influence federal and state policy as it fulfills one of the core missions of the association – advocacy for the profession and for our system of justice.

Reach Out to the U.S. Congress and Tennessee General Assembly Through TBAImpact

The Tennessee Bar Association advocates on behalf of its members for the passage of legislation important to the practice of law, but from time to time it needs you to lend your stories and voice to the efforts. TBAImpact is a tool to make sure your voice is heard in the halls of Congress and the General Assembly on issues important to sustaining and improving the practice of law and administration of justice. Through TBAImpact, discover key issues facing lawyers in the legislature, and find out how you can connect with your representatives.

Learn More About the TBA's Governmental Affairs Committee

The TBA Governmental Affairs Committee is involved in one of the core missions of the association – advocacy for the profession and for our system of justice.

Keep Track of Key Legislation in the Tennessee General Assembly

The TBA bill tracking service lets you read abstracts of bills, check their status in both houses, find out who is sponsoring them and link to full versions of the legislation. In addition, watch for news items in TBAToday that will let you know what is happening that day in the legislature.


TBA Legislative Tracking Service


TBA Watch List
Monitors bills and resolutions of interest to the Tennessee legal community.

TBA Action List
Monitor legislation in which the TBA has an interest of record — bills the TBA initiated, bills on which the TBA has taken a position or bills on which the TBA has policy.


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