The Memphis Bar Association is dedicated to providing personal and professional development opportunities to attorneys. We support our association of lawyers and promote the value of the profession in the community.
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About MBA CLEs
The Memphis Bar Association provides over 120 hours of CLEs at very competitive prices. In person and online, covering topics from bankruptcy to technology. CLEs are available to all attorneys licensed in Tennessee, also providing credit in Arkansas and Mississippi. Click here for course listings.
Saturday, November 5 | Esplanade Banquet and Conference Center
Sponsorship information is forthcoming. E-mail kathy.kirk-johnson [at] memphistn [dot] gov for more.
Memphis attorneys who have provided at least 50 hours of pro bono service annually under Rule 6.1, can apply to become an Attorney for Justice through the Tennessee Supreme Court's recognition program. The program is entirely voluntary and is based on self-reporting. Both lawyers and law offices may submit applications for recognition under the program; more information and the applications can be found at here.
The application deadline is September 30, 2016. Local attorneys named as Attorneys for Justice will be recognized at the MBA Annual Meeting on December 8.