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Hot Topics in Real Estate 2021: The Real Estate Law Section, in collaboration with the Tennessee Land Title Association, will provide Hot Topics in Real Estate on Nov. 5. This is a stable for Tennessee dirt attorneys, designed to keep you on the cutting edge of developments in your practice. The hot topics forum will include legislative updates, cyber security, housing discrimination, consumer protection and elder abuse.

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Ethics Update: Current Developments from the Board of Professional Responsibility: Join the Board of Professional Responsibility's Eileen Burkhalter Smith as she reviews the latest Ethics Updates.

This is a great opportunity to earn dual credit before December 31. Don't forget all CLE can be taken online for 2021 and 2022!

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Faculty Spotlight: Kathryn Joy

Join Kathryn for Hot Topics in Real Estate on November 5!

Kacy R. Joy is a senior associate in Frost Brown Todd's Nashville office, licensed in both Tennessee and Florida. She helps developers, investors and property owners go from funding to final inspection by assisting with acquisition and leasing transactions, property management relationships, and other land use and zoning matters. She further counsels her real estate clients regarding ongoing operations, assisting with both transactional and litigation matters. She also regularly represents corporate clients, focusing on the electronic payments industry, with such matters as early stage capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, and exempt securities offerings. Ms. Joy earned her law degree from Vanderbilt University Law School and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Florida with a B.S. in business administration. She is an active member of ULI Nashville and currently serves on the Young Leaders Pop Up Tours Committee and the Women’s Leadership Initiative Studio After Dark Committee.