TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Stacey Shrader Joslin on Oct 9, 2012

The Tennessee Bar Association hosted a Civics & Law Academy at McGavock High School in Nashville yesterday as part of the first Metro Nashville Public Schools Intersession, which provides additional learning opportunities for students during the district’s fall break. Volunteer lawyers and law students presented an introduction to law and justice issues and lead discussions about corrective and distributive justice with a group of high school juniors and seniors. Volunteer presenters included Michael Abelow with Sherrard & Roe and Krisann Hodges with the Board of Professional Responsibility, as well as Belmont College of Law students Katie Blankenship, Jaz Boon and Kelsey Boyle. See photos from the event