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Law Tech Lunch & Learn Series: Memphis: About the Law Tech Lunch & Learn Series: The TBA Law Tech Section is excited to offer three different law tech themed lunch and learn programs in three cities across the state of Tennessee featuring local speakers. T

If you've heard the buzz about AI, Chat GPT and are wondering what exactly is AI and how it impacts attorneys, this is the program for you! The first session will provide an introduction to AI and discuss how AI can be incorporated into your practice. The second session will feature Memphis attorney Greg Siskind and will discuss ethical considerations with AI. Registration/check-in/lunch will begin at 11:30am CT, and then the program will begin at 12pm CT. 

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The Rookie's Guide to Family Law: Embark on a rewarding legal journey with the The Rookie Series. This curated series sheds light on the foundational pillars of various legal disciplines. Each segment offers a comprehensive look into the heart of practices ranging from the structured world of employment law to the nuances of family law. Specially curated for the next generation of Tennessee's legal professionals, this series promises more than knowledge—it paves the path to excellence. Dive deep, sharpen your legal acumen, and take a step closer to mastering your chosen field. Enroll today and chart a distinguished path in the legal landscape.

In this installment of the series focused on family law, dive into the multifaceted world of family law, encompassing topics like divorce proceedings, child custody battles, and adoption processes.

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Faculty Spotlight: Judge Kathleen Gomes

Join Judge Gomes for the Estate Planning & Probate Forum 2024 on February 23 in Franklin. REGISTER TODAY

Judge Kathleen N. Gomes: After earning her B.A. in Political Science from UT-Chattanooga in 1974, Judge Kathleen N. Gomes moved to Washington, D.C., and spent a year working as a Staff Assistant for a member of Congress until moving to Nashville to become Assistant to the Director of the Tennessee Consolidated Retirement System. Judge Gomes made her final move to Memphis after enrolling at The University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law (formerly Memphis State University School of Law), where she earned her J.D. in 1980.

For three years she worked for the Memphis law firm Canale, Mitchell, Lucas & Watson (formerly Ratner, Sugarmon) before starting her own practice—Mitchell, Gomes & Ballew—in 1982. In 1985, Judge Gomes moved her practice to Peppel, Gomes & MacIntosh, where she remained until appointed Judge for Shelby County Probate Court, Division I, in 2013. She was elected as Probate Court Judge in 2014.

Judge Gomes has been a lawyer for over 38 years. Prior to taking the bench, Judge Gomes practiced exclusively in the area of Probate law. She has extensive experience in Probate litigation, focusing on conservatorships, guardianships, wills and estates. Because of her Probate expertise, she has received numerous referrals and consultations from other attorneys, and successfully handled a number of Probate cases with the Court of Appeals. Judge Gomes has been asked to speak at many seminars both during her years of practice and as Judge, regarding all aspects of Probate law.