“In times like this, our nation has looked to lawyers for guidance and leadership.” - Dean William C. Koch, Jr., Nashville School of Law
Sponsored by the Tennessee Bar Association and the Tennessee American Inns of Court, this program brings influential lawyers and leaders from across the state together to share their experiences and to examine the role of leadership in the legal profession. Speakers and Panelists discussed the importance of leading by example to promote diversity, equity, inclusion and professionalism in everyday practice - offering insights and guidance into how lawyers can advance and succeed in this mission.
Opening and Welcome: Dean William C. Koch, Jr.
The Role of Lawyers as Leaders: Senator Lamar Alexander
Diversity and Implicit Bias: Hon. Bernice B. Donald
Mark Baugh, Shareholder and Chair of Diversity Committee (Baker Donelson)
Mary Beard, HCA and TBA’s Chief Diversity Officer
Hon. Brandon Gibson, Chief Operating Officer (State of Tennessee)
Maria Gillen, Sr. Manager, Litigation (Tennessee Valley Authority)
Jeana Littrell, VP, Legal and Chair of FedEx Express US Diversity Council (FedEx)
Moderator: Joycelyn Stevenson, Executive Director (Tennessee Bar Association)
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I thought the stories behind Senator Alexander's presentation were awesome to hear.
Very insightful and diverse panel discussion of extraordinarily accomplished attorneys all the way through. Highly recommended.
This program will be filed for Tennessee CLE credit. Please email a request to firstname.lastname@example.org for Georgia and Mississippi CLE credit.