TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Brittany Sims on Feb 27, 2014

In an interview with MetroPulse, Knoxville Bar Association Executive Director Marsha S. Wilson talks about the KBA’s Community Law School, a program that offers free legal assistance with topics like debt, mortgage foreclosures, and wills and advance directives. “The CLS is intended to provide unbiased information on the topics presented, and includes forms that can be utilized by the public. Volunteer local attorneys will be teaching the courses and will be available to answer questions from attendees,” Wilson said. For more information, visit the KBA wesbite or call (865) 522-6522.