TBA Members

Members of The Tennessee Bar Association

TBA President
Lewis Thomason
P.O. Box 198615
Nashville, TN 37219
(615)259-1366
TBA President Elect
Lewis Thomason King Krieg &...
620 Market St 5th Floor
Knoxville, TN 37902
(865)546-4646
TBA Vice President
Rainey, Kizer, Reviere & Bell...
P O Box 1147
Jackson, TN 38302
(731)426-8145
TBA Immediate Past President
Adams and Reese LLP
6075 Poplar Avenue, Suite 700
Memphis, TN 38119-0100
Twitter: @LucianPera
LinkedIn: lucianpera
(901)524-5278

Programs on Real Estate, Administrative and Appellate Law on Tap for November

Beat the year-end rush for CLE by taking advantage of the top-level programming during the next month from the Tennessee Bar Association. One of the state's best real estate law programs -- produced jointly with the Tennessee Land Title Association -- will come to downtown Nashville on Nov. 9 at the AT&T Building. Also on tap is the Court of Criminal Appeals Boot Camp on Nov. 14, the annual Administrative Law Forum on Nov. 16, the TBA Leadership Academy on Nov. 19, the Criminal Law Forum on Dec. 7 and finally, the Ethics Roadshow, which will be stopping in Chattanooga on Dec. 4, Knoxville on Dec. 5, Nashville on Dec. 11 and Memphis on Dec. 12. Find out more or sign up now.

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World War I and the Constitution

Nov. 11, 2018, marks the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, “the war to end all wars.” The colossal conflict began in 1914, yet the United States did not enter “the Great War” until 1917. When it was over, 11 million soldiers and around 7 million civilians were dead. 20 million soldiers were wounded. 116,708 American soldiers were killed and 204,002 were wounded. 130,915 Tennesseans were enlisted in the armed forces and 3,836 were killed.[1] Tennessee also proudly produced America’s greatest hero of the war: Alvin York.[2]

The terrors of trench and gas warfare were introduced and dynasties were toppled, including those in Germany, Austria and Russia. On a lesser scale, the war brought changes to America. And, like the Civil War, demonstrated the strength of our Constitution in times of crisis. 

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