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LGBT Annual Forum 2020: NOW VIRTUAL!This year's LGBT Law Forum, which will again kick off the Nashville Pride festivities on Friday, June 26, at the Tennessee Bar Center in Nashville. This year's program falls on the fifth anniversary of the monumental Obergefell v. Hodges ruling, and we will devote the program to this landmark decision.

The entire team who assisted with and argued Obergefell in the U.S. Supreme Court will reunite to examine this important case, giving insight into the preparation and proceedings which ultimately led to guaranteeing marriage rights for all Americans. Do not miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to learn about, discuss and celebrate this milestone in the history of gay rights with the team that made it possible. Stay tuned for more info as it develops.

LIFEtime Management: An Approach to Lawyer Time Management:

Stuart Teicher, Esq. is convinced that the majority of lawyers' time management concerns can be traced to a deeper set of problems. The culprit is often the impact of the “Evil Trilogy” of bad lawyering habits: Procrastination, Distraction and Neglect. In this intriguing course, Stuart teaches lawyers how to conquer these problems and leaves us with an interesting solution to lawyer's time management woes.

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Faculty Spotlight: Emma Drozdowski Webb

Emma Drozdowski Webb is certified as a specialist in Social Security Disability law by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. Emma has been recognized as a Top Attorney for her work in Social Security Disability law by her peers in the Knoxville Bar Association. She is an executive council member of the Tennessee Bar Association’s Disability Law Section. Emma is a member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives (NOSSCR) and a Rotarian in the Rotary Club of Knoxville. Emma attended Loyola University Chicago Law School and graduated magna cum laude. She is admitted to practice in Tennessee and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee and the Middle District of Tennessee.