Leadership Law Class of 2005

The Tennessee Bar Association's Leadership Law program 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.

TBA Welcomes New Staff Members

The Tennessee Bar Association this month welcomed three new staff members. Brenda Gadd is the TBA’s new public policy coordinator. She will work closely with the Government Affairs Committee to help represent the TBA and its members before the General Assembly and other policy making bodies. Also new to the TBA is Kate Prince, who will serve as TBA Leadership Law Coordinator, as well as manage the TBA’s Mentoring Program and work with a new committee studying advancements in the delivery of legal services. Finally, TBA welcomed Amelia Ferrell, the newest addition to its communications team. Ferrell will write for TBAToday and the Tennessee Bar Journal, as well as expand TBA’s activity on social media platforms and coordinate media relations.

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Columbia Law Firm to Open Feb. 1

Columbia will soon welcome the new general practice law firm of Tisher, Wolaver, Free, Carter and Lynn. The new firm is being co-founded by Patrick M. Carter -- a former member of the TBA Board of Governors and a graduate of the TBA Leadership Law Program -- Mark Free, Cara Lynn, Maury County Board of Education lawyer Jake Wolaver and Columbia city attorney Tim Tisher. Offices will open Feb. 1 at 809 South Main Street in Columbia. 

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