Corporate Counsel Section

The Corporate Counsel Section is a resource for Tennessee lawyers practicing as in-house counsel. This section was formed by the TBA in recognition of the need for a venue for corporate counsel to share views and develop relationships with colleagues.

Appalachian Underwriters, Inc.
7621 Nubbin Ridge Drive
Knoxville, TN 37919
Immediate Past Chair
Corporate Compliance Risk Advisor...
P O Box 295
Hermitage, TN 37076

2015 Corporate Counsel Pro Bono Gala Set for March 7

The TBA Access to Justice Committee, in partnership with the TBA Corporate Counsel Section and the Tennessee Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel, will host the Ninth Annual Corporate Counsel Pro Bono Initiative Gala March 7 at the Hermitage Hotel in Nashville. Law firms, corporations and individuals are invited to support the event by becoming sponsors or purchasing tickets. Presentation of the 2015 Corporate Counsel Pro Bono Initiative (CCPBI) awards – which recognize the Tennessee law firm and corporate legal department that best exemplify a commitment to access to justice – also will take place at the event. Nominations for the awards are being accepted through Nov. 14. CCPBI engages corporate counsel and in-house lawyers in pro bono work. Since the inception of the program, more than $425,000 has been raised and distributed to organizations across the state that connect corporate lawyers to local pro bono projects.

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TALS Names 2016 Access to Justice Award Recipients

The Tennessee Alliance for Legal Services (TALS) today named its 2016 Access to Justice Award honorees. The Janice M. Holder Award will go to Jim Barry and Sharon Ryan of International Paper in Memphis. The B. Riney Green Award will go to Craig Barnes of Memphis Area Legal Services and Russell Fowler of Legal Aid of East Tennessee in Chattanooga. And the New Advocate of the Year Award will go to Zachary Oswald with the Nashville office of the Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands. Learn more about the award recipients and make plans to join colleagues at the Equal Justice Conference on Aug. 31 for the award ceremony.

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