Tennessee Bar Journal Editorial Board

The Tennessee Bar Journal editorial board reviews submissions and helps shape the editorial policy of the monthly magazine.

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Nashville, TN 37202-0207

June TBJ: Murder, Divorce and Fiction (Not All in the Same Story)

In the June Tennessee Bar Journal, you’ll read about a famous 1908 murder that happened in downtown Nashville that set off a series of events that reshaped the political landscape in Tennessee. Russell Fowler tells the story. There’s also a guide on Social Security benefit strategies for divorcing spouses, by Miles Mason. The TBJ’s 3rd annual Fiction Contest winning entry, by Melissa Brodhag, is featured. And don't miss Jason Pannu's last presidential column, where he urges those who are not active in the association to get involved in the many sections, committees and other areas of interest. With this column, we also say goodbye to "Pannu's Pairings," the interesting sidebar he has included every month about various wines of the world. Read these stories and more!
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April TBJ: Celebrating 20 Years of Help from TLAP

Help us celebrate with the Tennessee Lawyers Assistance Program (TLAP) its 20 years of helping those in the legal profession who have experienced substance use disorders, stress or emotional health issues. Former Justice Janice Holder writes in the April Tennessee Bar Journal about the program’s history and how it continues to provide a lifeline. Russell Fowler explains how a case from 1615 pitted Chancery and Equity against each other, and TBA President Jason Pannu explains two new programs, the Reporters Workshop and one to help solo and small firm lawyers. Read all this and more in the April Journal.
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