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Estate Planning Part 1: What Should Be In The Estate Plan:
New updates on the TBA CLE YouTube page are available weekly.  Videos are previews of our webcasts and provide links to access the full program. Check out all of our estate planning programs here.





A Tour of Tennessee Attorney’s Trust Account Handbook:
Need guidance setting up or maintaining a trust account? A new publication from the Board of Professional Responsibility can help. This presentation will cover topics ranging from the basics of trust accounting rules, to the day-to-day chores of reconciliation and recordkeeping, to more complicated issues regarding the kinds of internal controls lawyers must have in place and how to spot and avoid increasingly-sophisticated scams targeting lawyers and their trust accounts.

Take the tour of the Tennessee Attorney’s Trust Account Handbook with this CLE (2 hours of ethics credit).


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Faculty Spotlight: Shelly Wilson

Shelly Wilson joined Robertson, Ingram & Overbey, in June of 1999 as an associate attorney. Shelly became a partner in 2000 and became a named partner in 2005. The firm changed its name to Robertson, Overbey in 2014. Ms. Wilson’s practice includes Litigation, including Complex Litigation and Antitrust, Commercial and Corporate Law, Municipal and Government Law, Employment Law, and Family Law.

Shelly worked for over eleven years as an Assistant Public Defender for the State of Florida, defending persons charged with a variety of crimes including capital cases. Ms. Wilson is currently admitted to the bars in Florida, Tennessee and the United Stated District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee. Ms. Wilson is a member of the Florida, Knoxville and Tennessee Bar Associations. She is also a member of the American Bar Association. Shelly serves as Co-chair of the Knoxville Bar Association’s CLE Committee and is a member of the KBA Professionalism Committee and Family Law Section. She previously served on the Knoxville Bar Association's Board of Governors. She also serves as the Speaker of the Tennessee Bar Association’s House of Delegates. Shelly is also a member of ETLAW, where she has served as Treasurer for the last year.