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Balance Work & Play:

Do you feel a sense of discontent? Do you find yourself lacking motivation? Do you remember why you went to law school? This presentation will help you find out the secrets to your ideal balance of work and play. Attorney Mary Griffin will you reclaim your MoJo and a balanced life.

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Kim Hardy v. Tournament Players Club at Southwind, Inc., D/B/A "TPC Southwind", Et Al.: Join colleagues who have been playing TBA’s Supreme Court Fantasy Challenge! The challenge CLEs let you read briefs, hear arguments and vote on how the court will rule. 

Charles Grogan v. Daniel Uggla, et al.Add to Cart

Edward Martin v. Gregory Powers, Et Al.Add to Cart

Ewin B. Jenkins, Et Al v. Big City Remodeling, Et AlAdd to Cart

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Faculty Spotlight: Justice Roger A. Page

Justice Roger A. Page was sworn in as the newest member of the Tennessee Supreme Court in February 2016 after he was appointed by Governor Bill Haslam and unanimously confirmed by the Tennessee General Assembly. He is the first appellate judge to be selected pursuant to the Constitutional amendment approved by the voters of Tennessee in 2014. Prior to assuming a seat on the Supreme Court, he served as an appellate judge on the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals from December 2011 to February 2016. Justice Page wrote more than 330 appellate opinions. In 1998, he was elected circuit court judge. He presided over both civil and criminal trials in the 26th Judicial District, which includes Chester, Henderson and Madison counties, from August 1998 to December 2011. ‚Äč