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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



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Dear Santa: I Want a Fancy Tech Tool for My Law Practice: Make your Santa list or leave a note with the milk and cookies. This session will review some new gadgets, apps, software tools that will help you in your practice of law. Find out what is out there and how it could work for you.

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

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Faculty Spotlight: Mark Litchford

Mark Litchford is licensed to practice in Tennessee and Georgia and concentrates his practice in representing plaintiffs and defendants in complex Commercial Litigation and Personal Injury and Property Law. He also assists clients in Business Transactions and Estate Planning.

Mark has routinely represented clients on appeals in federal and state courts involving a variety of subjects, including landowner tax disputes, federal and state constitutional law, civil rights, competitive business practices, and Tennessee Open Records Act.