Participating Law Schools

The following law schools have confirmed their participation in the 3rd Annual TBA Diversity Job Fair

 

  • Belmont University School of Law (Tennessee) 

  • Campbell University School of Law  (North Carolina)

  • Charlotte School of Law  (North Carolina) 

  • Cumberland School of Law Samford University (Alabama)

  • Elon University School of Law  (North Carolina)

  • Emory University School of Law  (Georgia)

  • George Mason University School of Law  (Virginia)

  • Liberty University School of Law  (Virginia)

  • Lincoln Memorial University-Duncan School of Law  (Tennessee)

  • Northern Kentucky University, Salmon P. Chase College of Law  (Kentucky)

  • Southern University Law Center  (Louisiana)

  • St. Mary's University School of Law  (Texas) 

  • The University of Alabama School of Law  (Alabama)

  • The University of Georgia School of Law  (Georgia)

  • Thomas M. Cooley Law School  (Michigan & Florida Campuses)

  • University of Arkansas School of Law  (Arkansas) 

  • University of Kentucky College of Law  (Kentucky) 

  • University of Memphis School of Law  (Tennessee)

  • University of Mississippi School of Law  (Mississippi)

  • University of Missouri School of Law  (Missouri) 

  • University of North Carolina School of Law  (North Carolina)

  • University of Richmond School of Law  (Virginia) 

  • University of Tennessee College of Law  (Tennessee)

  • Vanderbilt University Law School  (Tennessee)

  • Wake Forest University School of Law  (North Carolina)

  • Washington and Lee University School of Law  (Virginia) 

  • Washington University in St. Louis School of Law  (Missouri)

 

 

Updated to included schools with registered students:  July 2, 2013

TBA Diversity Job Fair

The TBA Diversity Job Fair is an initiative of the Committee on Racial & Ethnic Diversity (CRED) of the Tennessee Bar Association. All information concerning this Job Fair is available through the links listed on the Diversity Job Fair home page. Please contact Lynn Pointer if you have further questions.