Alternative Paths to Practice

Published by Memphis Bar Association


The Annual John Dice Wellness Seminar promotes physical, mental and emotional health and wellness with speakers who discuss ways to incorporate wellness into our daily lives and a Wellness Fair where participants experience firsthand various wellness and relaxation techniques and products. 2019's Seminar focuses on 6 Areas of THRIVING: emotional health, occupational pursuits, creative or intellectual endeavors, sense of spirituality or greater purpose in life, physical health, and social connections.

Originally recorded at the Wellness Committee's Annual John Dice Seminar on 10/16/19.

Taylor Berger
Having graduated with his JD from the University of Memphis – Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, Taylor Berger obtained his LL.M. in Taxation from the University of Washington School of Law in 2008. As an attorney Taylor Berger has worked for both the...More
Erin Shea
Having graduated from the University of Memphis – Cecil C. Humphrey’s School of Law with her JD in 2004, Erin Shea has been a practicing attorney with over 14+ years of civil litigation experience. She has worked for Rainey, Kizer, Reviere & Bell,...More
Judge Steve Hornsby
Judge Steve Hornsby has served for 35+ years as a trial lawyer, judge, senior state government official, health care executive, consultant and coach. Steve began practicing law in 1982 in his hometown of Bolivar, Tennessee. He founded a successful...More
Joanna L. McCracken
Joanna L. McCracken is one of the two founding partners of Piper McCracken, PLLC. She is both an experienced litigator and a collaborative divorce professional with an advanced certification. Prior to forming her own firm, Joanna worked as a...More

Originally Published

October 16, 2019

Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Alternative Paths to Practice - Video
  • Alternative Paths to Practice - Paper

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