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Program Spotlight

General Practice 2015: DUI Post-Plea Guide:

Recording from the annual conference for general practitioners are now available online. Take a few or as many as you need. Topics range from DUI to Bankruptcy Basics. 

• Juvenile Law on Guardian ad Litem
• Estate Planning
• Consumer Rights 101
• Bankruptcy Basics
• Creditor's Rights
• Starting Your Own Solo Practice
• eDiscovery for Cases Involving Medium to Smaller ESI Data
• DUI Post-Plea Guide
• Hot Topics Affecting Personal Injury Cases
• Court Appointments and Getting Paid

Visit TBA's YouTube page for free previews of our weekly webcasts.

VA Benefits: Service and Non-Services Connected Disability: With this 3-part series attorneys will become familiar with the Department of Veterans Affairs system and the types of claims commonly requiring attorney assistance. VA-accredited attorneys will earn three hours of CLE credit in VA benefits.

1) VA Benefits: Service and Non-Services Connected Disability

2) VA Benefits: The Veterans’ Dependents

3) VA Benefits: Claims, Accreditation, and Appeals

Manage your CLE

The TBA now offers more tools for you to keep track of what courses you have completed or plan to take in coming weeks and months.

Join the Faculty

If you are interest in speaking at a CLE program, writing an online program or just have a program idea you would like to share, email CLE Director Mindy Thomas Fulks.

Tuition Assistance

Request a tuition assistance grant application from the TBA Tuition Assistance Program (available to TBA Members with a self-declared income level of $50,000 or less).

Help Your Colleagues

Log in to your account to donate unused Prepaid Credits to the TBA Tuition Assistance Program.

Faculty Spotlight: Mark Chalos

Mark Chalos is a partner in the Nashville Office of Lieff, Cabraser, Heimann, Bernstein. Mark represents individuals who have suffered catastrophicpersonal injuries and families whose loved ones died due to the negligence or misconduct of another. Mark has obtained millions of dollars in settlements for families who have been harmed by the wrongful conduct of others.

Through jury trials, he has held wrong-doers accountable, including representing 32 school children who were videotaped undressing in their school locker room ($1.28 million jury verdict) and a young woman who suffered a severe brain injury in a car wreck (nearly $4 million jury verdict). Mark also obtained an $8 million arbitration award on behalf of a business client.

Mark has been appointed to leadership roles in a numerous complex civil proceedings. He has been named among The Best Lawyers in America, "Mid-South Super Lawyers," "Nashville's Best Lawyers," and Nashville Business Journal's "Best of the Bar."