TBA is hosting its Spring CLE Blast the whole month of May! Whether you are catching up on CLE or starting to meet your 2022 requirements, these packages are designed with your convenience in mind. This package includes 7 DUAL HOURS of CLE that you can watch on-demand from the comfort of your own home or office. Topics include ethics rules, law practice management and technology, cybersecurity, attorney wellness and more!
You can create your own package any time by visiting us at cle.tba.org to access over 250 on-demand programs.
Need the full 15 hours? Check out our second CLE package below:
Don't forget, all of your CLE can be taken through approved distance learning (online) courses.
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Join the Board of Professional Responsibility's Eileen Burkhalter Smith as she reviews the latest Ethics Updates.
This is a great opportunity to earn dual credit before December 31. Don't forget all CLE can be taken online for 2021 and 2022!
This popular program is back with a strong lineup of topics, speakers and strategies to help you be the best lawyer that you can be and maintain attorney well being.
Part 1: Bias and Its Consequences: What Does It Look Like? This session will discuss the psychological and other deleterious effects of stereotyping, discrimination, marginalization, microaggressions and other racial injustices, as well as therapeutic approaches to helping those who have survived this trauma. The panel of experts features Luther Wright, Jr., Ogletree Deakins (moderator) Carmen Foster, University of Tennessee and Jamila Walker, University of Tennessee.
Part 2: Personal Experiences: Who Does It Hurt? Join an esteemed panel of diverse lawyers discussing experiences and how past actions has affected them. Moderated by Joycelyn Stevenson of the Tennessee Bar Association, the panel will feature A.C. Wharton, The A C Wharton Group; Joe Kwon, Joe Kwon Law; Psonya Hackett, Hackett Law Firm; Ruby Wharton, The Wharton Law Firm; and Willie Santana, Office of the Third Judicial District Public Defender.
Part 3: Raising the Bar: What Can We Do? This session will feature an interactive discussion among attendees and the panelists, firm and bar association leaders, during which everyone can share their experiences, efforts and initiatives in addressing this important issue. Moderated by Terrence Reed, FedEx Express the panel will feature David Jones, Fisher & Phillips; Mary Beard, HCA Healthcare; and Shayla Purifoy, Shelby County Government.
One consistent change over the past several years is that lawyer’s ethical duties are getting broader. Who would have thought that something like auto-correct might lead to an ethics violation? Join the CLE Performer, Stuart Teicher, Esq., as he helps navigate the ethics issues that are critical to all lawyers. Among other things, Stuart will address issues with technology / competence and the emerging duty to look into the potential misdeeds of our employers/clients.