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Program Spotlight

Spring CLE Blast 2015: The TBA is offering programs from 7:00 a.m. to 6:45 p.m. on May 28, 2015. The CLE Blast will offer 11 hours of dual CLE credit. Take as many or as few hours as you need. Registration desk will be open all day.


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Doing Business Online: How to Advise the Online Business Owner: As the on-line business model develops and becomes more complicated, lawyers are increasingly being asked to advise on issues relating to technology, taxes, digital ownership, and intellectual property. This program will focus on these legal issues that impact businesses operating online.

You will learn how to spot legal issues, handle succession planning for online accounts, maintain online profiles and develop a basic understanding of how servers are managed and the development/management of websites.

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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).

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

Faculty Spotlight: Frank Clement Jr

Judge Clement has served on the Court of Appeals of Tennessee since 2003, and he presently serves as the presiding judge of the Middle Section of the Court. In 2012, he was the recipient of the Appellate Judge of the Year Award from the Tennessee chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates. He previously served as a circuit court judge from 1995 to 2003 with exclusive probate jurisdiction and concurrent chancery and criminal court jurisdiction. He presided over the administration of estates, will contests, construction of trusts, conservatorships, partition actions, wrongful death actions, and domestic cases. He also presided over more than 200 criminal jury trials, including numerous trials for vehicular homicide, and more than 6,000 criminal cases. Judge Clement was engaged in the private practice of law for 16 years prior to serving on the trial bench. Judge Clement presently serves on the Board of Trustees of the Nashville School of Law and the Tennessee Bar Foundation. He also serves on the Tennessee Supreme Court Advisory Commission on the Rules of Practice & Procedure.