Programs

The Tennessee Bar Association is committed to serving Tennessee lawyers, our justice system and the community at large. These programs — provided by the TBA and partner organizations — have been developed to help meet that committment.

Leadership Law

Leadership Law

Leadership Law aims to serve the legal profession by equipping participants with the vision, knowledge and skills necessary to serve as leaders in the profession and in the community as a whole.
Law Student Outreach

Law Student Outreach

The Tennessee Bar Association welcomes law student involvement and has a number of special programs to help law students enhance their education, get real-life experience in the legal profession and network with established attorneys.
Corporate Counsel Pro Bono Initiative

Corporate Counsel Pro Bono Initiative

This joint initiative helps foster a coordinated approach to pro bono work and support for the access to justice community by corporate counsel in Tennessee.
Celebrate Pro Bono Month

Celebrate Pro Bono Month

This initiative brings together bar associations, law schools, law firms, legal services providers and individual lawyers to offer free services to those unable to afford a lawyer.
High School Mock Trial

High School Mock Trial

The Tennessee Bar Association's Young Lawyers Division conducts the annual Tennessee State High School Mock Trial competition, which features winners of regional contests from all across Tennessee.
Public Education

Public Education

The Tennessee Bar Association has a strong commitment to public education and building an awareness of the Rule of Law and Civics in our society.
Diversity Job Fair

Diversity Job Fair

The Tennessee Bar Association's Diversity Job Fair is an initiative of the Committee on Racial & Ethnic Diversity (CRED), whose mission is to enhance racial and ethnic diversity within the profession and the justice system in Tennessee.
Youth Courts

Youth Courts

Youth Courts have the answer for many young people who have made mistakes that take them into the Juvenile Justice System for the first time on minor offences. Young people decide cases with three things in mind: developing accountability, competency and stronger connections between the youthful offender and the community at large.
TLAP (Lawyers Assistance)

TLAP (Lawyers Assistance)

If you are concerned about yourself or about a partner, associate, colleague, bar applicant, law student or judge, help is available from the Tennessee Lawyers Assistance Program. Operated as an agency of the Tennessee Supreme Court, TLAP offers a variety of services, and all communication is completely confidential.