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Administrative Manager to a Federal Circuit Judge—The Administrative Manager provides administrative and secretarial support to a federal circuit judge and is responsible for the day-to-day operations management of the judge’s chambers. Click here to learn more about the position.

Experienced Legal Secretaries & Paralegals
—Mary Lynes at the Memphis Bar Association is now accepting resumes for experienced Legal Secretaries and Paralegals. Please send resumes to or fax to Mary at 901.527.3582.

Paralegal—Farris Bobango PLC (East Memphis Law Firm) is seeking highly motivated candidates for a Paralegal position requiring 3+ years of experience in the areas of corporate law, commercial, residential and business transactions. Must be able to prioritize projects, have exceptional communication and organizational skills and the ability to work efficiently within a group and individually. Compensation and benefits will be competitive and based on experience. Please send resumes to Vivian Ashley at or fax to 901.259.7180.

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Install MBA Website Icon on Android, iPhone

Did you know the MBA website has its own iPhone and Android home screen icon? This means that you can add our website's icon to your phone and pull up our site more easily to access CLE course listing, search our member and mediator databases, and much more. Here is how it can be setup:

1. Pull up your website in your phone browser
2. Select the bookmark icon, on an iphone it is at the bottom of the screen in the middle
3. Choose “add to home screen” 

If you have any questions, please email Dottie McCallen at




West TN Fair Housing Celebration Today at Law School

The Tennessee Human Rights Commission will join its West Tennessee partners in honoring Fair Housing month through an all-day conference today at the University of Memphis School of Law. For more details, click here.

Spread the Word! FREE Legal Clinic Tomorrow

The monthly FREE Legal Clinic will be held on Saturday, April 13th from 10 a.m. to noon at the Benjamin L. Hooks Library (main public library) at 3030 Poplar Avenue. This month’s clinic is sponsored by the attorneys and staff of Burch, Porter & Johnson, PLLC, and the MBA Bankruptcy Section, and is open to all members of the public in need of legal advice. 
     Please help us spread the word to those in need in our community about this valuable resource. It is likely that the receptionist at your office takes at least one call per day from a person who would benefit from the clinic. Please make sure he or she has this information to share!  Click here to download a calendar of 2013 clinics that you can forward to others in your office or print and post on your office bulletin board. 
    Initiated in October 2007, the Saturday Legal Clinic is a project of the Access to Justice Committee—a collaborative effort of the Memphis Bar Association, Memphis Area Legal Services, the Community Legal Center, and other nonprofit organizations providing legal services to those in need. The clinics are held the second Saturday of each month from 10 am to 12 pm at the main library (3030 Poplar Avenue). Volunteer attorneys provide free legal assistance to those in need on a first come, first served basis.
     A special thanks to The Marston Group for providing refreshments for the clinic volunteers!
     For more information about the clinic or to volunteer, click here.

Reception for New Probate Judge, April 22

You are cordially invited to a reception in honor of new Probate Court Judge Kathy Gomes on Monday, April 22, 2013 from 4:00-6:00 p.m. at Burch Porter & Johnson, 130 N. Court Ave. Please RSVP to Mary Lynes at the MBA (271.0660;  The reception will be sponsored by the MBA Probate & Estate Planning Section but all members of the Memphis Bar are invited to attend. 

Veterans' Legal Clinic, April 23

The next Veterans’ Legal Clinic will be held on April 23 from noon until 2 p.m. at 1407 Union Ave., Suite 815. A training session for volunteers will be held immediately prior to the clinic, from 11 a.m. to noon, at the same location. The training will cover the legal issues that were raised most often in the first clinic, namely, expungement of a criminal record; handling fines, tickets, and court costs; and child support. You do not need to be certified by the VA to participate in the training and/or clinic. The issues that concern veterans are the same as those seen at the Saturday Legal Clinic. If you are interested in attending the training and/or volunteering for the April Veterans’ Legal Clinic, please contact Anne Fritz at 527.3575;

Our Condolences

Catherine Marie "Kaky" Joyce, 81, died April 10, 2013 at the Ave Maria Home. A graduate of St. Agnes Academy, she attended U.T. Knoxville. She worked for more than thirty years in the Shelby County Chancery Court in various positions, her favorite being adoptions. The family will receive guests on Saturday, April 13 from 12:30 until funeral mass begins at 1:30 all at St. Louis Catholic Church on White Station Road. Burial will follow in Calvary Cemetery. In lieu of customary remembrances, contributions may be made to St. Louis Catholic Church, Poor Claire's Monastery, Ave Maria Home or the organization of the donor's choice. To read more about Kaky, click here.

Legislative Update

The MBA now has a seat on the TBA’s Governmental Affairs Committee, thanks to TBA Executive Director Allan Ramsaur. Board member Charlotte Knight Griffin is the MBA’s representative on that committee and provides the following update from the committee’s meeting yesterday:

The primary topic of discussion was the amendment which would combine civil and criminal indigent defense funding, reduce the funding of civil indigent representation by $3.3 million dollars, and place the administration of these programs with the state public defender’s office. Allan Ramsaur acknowledged the help from [Memphis Area Legal Services] and members of the Memphis bar—particularly connections with Senators Norris and Kyle who are on the Committee. Financial impact information provided was very helpful. The loss numbers for Memphis and Nashville are probably lower than other areas because they have other means of financial support. Sen. Randy McNally has declined to withdraw the bill. Belief is that it is too late in the session for it to go anywhere, but it isn't clear how long McNally will leave it dangling. Since it is still pending, Allan suggests we all keep up the pressure on our legislators over the weekend and early next week.

We also discussed SB 713 / HB 873 - Tennessee Trust Law (Tennessee Bankers Association). An updated amendment is 52 pages in length and the proposed changes are apparently quite complex. TBA staff forwarded the proposal to leaders of the TBA Estate Planning & Probate Section for review. Because of the length and intricacy of the changes, no one was comfortable saying they understood the bill sufficiently to be comfortable making a recommendation for or against. On balance, they think the changes are positive so the TBA has been neutral. Tuesday is the earliest possible date for discussion if it moves forward. TBA will watch for any changes in the language.

We will continue to bring you updates on the legislature's actions as there are several items of interest to the legal community on the agenda.

First Recipient of BankTennessee Wilder Law School Scholarship Announced

Glen Alan Kyle is the 2013 recipient of the BankTennessee John S. Wilder Law School Scholarship, announced Jim Rout, bank president and CEO. The scholarship is named in memory of John S. Wilder, Sr., a former Lieutenant Governor of the State of Tennessee, a former vice-chairman of the BankTennessee’s board of directors and one of the founders of the bank.
      The endowed scholarship is awarded annually to a University of Memphis third-year law student and Tennessee resident who has demonstrated, in the spirit of Wilder, a commitment to public service and to enhancing the common good.
     “This is the first year the scholarship has been awarded, and we are proud to present this award to a fine young man like Glen Kyle. John Wilder would be proud of his accomplishment and leadership abilities,” said Joel Porter, chairman of the BankTennessee board of directors. Rout said, “Education is important to the growth of our community. BankTennessee wants to prepare our young people for the future by offering this and several other scholarships to deserving students.”
     “It is truly humbling to receive this award. The financial impact of this scholarship will last a lifetime,” said Kyle, who is from Murfreesboro, Tenn.
      “I previously held a position in the banking industry. I feel that I was able to make a difference in my community through my banking career and hope to be an even great difference through law,” Kyle added. “Upon graduation, I hope to clerk for a judge for a year. Afterwards, I would like to work in Elder Law, bankruptcy law or for a government agency.”

U of M Trial Team Makes Top 4 in the Nation!

The University of Memphis National Trial Team advanced to the semifinal round of the 38th Annual National Trial Competition, held in San Antonio, Texas, over the weekend of April 4-7th. The Team, comprised of advocates Brigid Welsh (’13), Drew Davis (’13), and Sam Hinson (’14), defeated number one seed Cumberland School of Law in the national quarterfinals. In the national semifinals, the team fell to eventual national champion Georgetown University Law Center in a close, split decision. Coached by Professor Danny Schaffzin and Professor Michelle Slack, the Trial Team earned Memphis Law’s best finish in the National Trial Competition since 1998. This year, 320 teams from ABA accredited law schools across the country competed in regional tournaments in February. After defeating Vanderbilt Law School to win the Region 11 Championship at the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville, Memphis advanced with 27 other teams to the national championship rounds in Texas. 

Mike Cody Featured in The Huffington Post

In case you missed it, Memphis attorney Mike Cody of Burch Porter & Johnson, PLLC, was featured in The Huffington Post article "Martin Luther King's Dream Will Not Die" published on the anniversery of Dr. King's death on Thursday, April 4, 2013. Click here to read the article.

Read the Latest Young Lawyers Division Newsletter

Click here to view the Spring 2013 edition of The Young Lawyers' Appeal—the newsletter of the MBA Young Lawyers Division. 

Innovation Delivery Team Project Manager Position Available

The City of Memphis is currently seeking an Innovation Delivery Team Project Manager. The city was selected by Bloomberg Philanthropies as one of five cities nationwide to receive an Innovation Delivery Team grant. The three-year grant ending in October 2014 represents one of the largest private-sector commitments to social innovation in our nation's history. The grant will fund local teams, housed within the Mayor's Office, charged with developing innovative, effective solutions to some of the city's most pressing challenges. Reporting directly to the Director of the Mayor's Innovation Delivery Team, the Innovation Delivery Team Project Managers are responsible for coordinating all work across their respective priority areas, from facilitating idea generation through implementation planning and delivery. This includes creating work plans, developing working relationships and liaising with agency heads and other stakeholders in order to deliver on the established innovation delivery targets. Since January 2012, the team has been working on two challenges: reducing incidences of handgun violence, particularly among young people, and generating economic vitality in core city neighborhoods. A series of initiatives is already underway for these two challenge areas. The newly selected project manager would add capacity to the daily management of those initiatives, but would principally be charged with leading a third as yet to be selected challenge area. For more details and to apply, click here

Only 25 Days Until Bench Bar- Register Now! 

Click here to view the Bench Bar & Boardroom Conference schedule and to register now. Among the seminar highlights is Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Janice Holder on Wed., May 8. Justice Holder will give a “State of the Supreme Court” presentation. Then on Thursday morning May 9th, a plenary session will focus on social media and its impact on various areas of the law, such as labor/employment and family law. That evening, the MBA Young Lawyers Division will welcome Mayor A C Wharton as this year's speaker at its annual YLD Sunset CLE to be held poolside. The Friday morning’s sessions will be geared toward jury selection. Jason Bloom, a jury consultant from Dallas, Texas, will talk on “Building Rapport with a Jury”. A panel of judges will discuss the difference between jury selection in state and federal court and a “mock” jury selection will be presented by Bryan Smith and Kirk Caraway. Other sessions will focus on labor/employment law, family law, and health, among others. 

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Pro Bono Schedules: 
Courthouse Advice & Counsel Clinic
& Saturday Legal Clinic

Click here to view this week's schedule.

Health Law Section Seminar Today at 3 pm

Are You Doing Everything You Can Do To Protect Your Client’s Confidential Information and Privacy?

Please make plans to attend the Health Law Section seminar, "Getting on Board the Omnibus: Discussion of the HIPAA Final Rule", on Friday, April 12th. The seminar will be held from 3:00-5:00 p.m. at the Baptist Corporate Building, 350 N. Humphreys Blvd., 1st floor Conference Room. The speakers will be John Bailey, HIPAA Privacy Officer, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital; Janelle Burns, Corporate Privacy and Security Officer, Baptist Memorial Health Care Corporation; and Loretta Hinton, Assistant General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer, Methodist LeBonheur Healthcare. 
     In addition to presenting some of the recent HIPAA changes, the panelists will discuss how HIPAA may now apply to attorneys who deal with medical records in the course of their legal practice as well as attorneys who represent covered entities. The panelists will provide practical tips to attorneys on compliance steps that need to be taken in order to avoid a breach of patient information and a subsequent governmental investigation.
     If you and your staff deal with medical records in the course of your practice, this CLE is a must-attend! One of the most important aspects of HIPAA is the privacy rule. And your practice may now be subject to HIPAA because of changes to the law.
     For more information about the seminar, please click here

Grizzlies Game Night, April 17

The Grizzlies have teamed up with the MBA Young Lawyers Division for a night of fun at the Utah Jazz game at FedEx Forum on Wednesday, April 17 at 7:00pm. The deadline to register for this event was Monday, April 1. A Happy Hour sponsored by Mid-South Financial will be held prior to the game at Bleu (221 South 3rd St) from 5:00 - 7:00 pm.

Federalist Society Seminar, April 18

The Memphis Lawyers’ Chapter and University of Memphis Law Students’ Chapter of the Federalist Society will present “Current Proposals to Change the Electoral College System” on Thursday, April 18th from 11:30 to 1 pm at the University of Memphis School of Law. The seminar will feature panelists John L. Ryder, Harris Shelton Hanover Walsh; James Bopp, Jr., The Bopp Law Firm; and Associate Professor Steven J. Mulroy, The University of Memphis School of Law, with moderator Judge Jon P. McCalla, Chief United States District Judge, Western District of Tennessee. The event is free to the public. Food and Drinks will be served. The program will be submitted for 1 hour of Tennessee general CLE credit. To register, contact Greg Grisham at 901-462-2616 or email at

Lawyers vs. Doctors Basketball Game, April 20

The Annual NBA Lawyers vs. Bluff City Medical Society Fund-raiser Basketball Game will be held on Saturday, April 20, 2013. The game will be held at the Downtown Porter Boys and Girls Club Gymnasium located at 620 South Lauderdale. Game time starts at 2:30 p.m. Doors open at 1:00 p.m. for pre-game activities, community activities and team warmups. Community members will be admitted for free, while lawyers and doctors are expected to give donations. The proceeds from the game will support the Downtown Boys and Girls Club's summer educational programs. This year's fund-raising goal is to surpass $5,000, so please consider a donation to this great cause! If you have questions or want to know more about making a donation, please contact Kenneth Anderson at, Asia Diggs at, or Imad Abdullah at  If you are interested in lacing up your Air Jordans and playing for the Ben F. Jones Chapter team, please contact Imad Abdullah or Rod Holmes at Players are required to make a $50 donation this year to participate on the team and to support the fund-raising goal.

Law Week 2013 - Events April 23-May 1

Law Week 2013 will get rolling Friday, April 26th with the 6th Annual Law Week Launch Party in Court Square from 5-7 pm. Come enjoy free drinks, including wine and Beer, food by Central BBQ and Lickity Split Ice Cream, and music by WALRUS.  All members of the Memphis legal community are invited and attendees are encouraged to bring a canned good for the Mid-South Food Bank to the event. Feel free to bring your family and even your dog. 
     Other events scheduled this week include:

Click here to see the complete Law Week calendar. 

Law Week Launch Party, April 26

Law Week 2013 will get rolling with the 6th Annual Law Week Launch Party in Court Square. Click here to view more details. 

TALS, MLSA CLE Program, April 27

Legal Professionals of Memphis: MLSA and TALS-Legal Professionals of Tennessee will present "Child Abuse: The Child - The Abuser - The System" on Saturday, April 27th, at the downtown Courtyard Marriott  The seminar costs $50 for attorneys and offers 3 hours of general CLE credit. April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month.  The presenters will be Daphni Ishak, Program Director of Elisa Webb Hill, Board Member and Volunteer CASA of Memphis and Shelby County, Inc.; Lt. Wilton Cleveland, Supervisor of Memphis Police Department/Sex Crimes Bureau Sex Offender Registry/Human Trafficking Internet Crimes Against Children; and Kimberly Benson, President of A Bridge of Hope. For more information and to register, contact Gail Powell at

2013 Annual Memorial Service Set for May 1

Click here to view more details about this event. 

U of M Law to Welcome Robert F. Kennedy Jr. as Graduation Speaker

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. will serve as the official speaker for the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law Class of 2013 Graduation. He will address the graduating class on Sunday, May 12, 2013 at 3:00 p.m. at the Cannon Center in downtown Memphis during the ceremony, sponsored by Duncan-Williams. 
     Mr. Kennedy is an environmental business leader, lawyer and advocate. He is a professor of environmental law at Pace University School of Law and serves as co-director of the school's Environmental Litigation Clinic. He also serves as senior attorney for the Natural Resources Defense Council, chief prosecuting attorney for the Hudson Riverkeeper, president-at-large of the Waterkeeper Alliance, is a partner on the CleanTech investment team of Silicon Valley’s VantagePoint Capital Ventures, is the environmental advisor to Napo Pharmaceuticals, and serves on the board of directors for Westinghouse Solar. 
     To learn more about the event, click here.

Register Now for Bench Bar 2013

Click here for complete details. 

STRUT! Memphis, October 24

 Save the date for the annual Community Legal Center fundraiser, STRUT! Memphis, on October 24, 2013.

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CLE Seminars

Live Seminars:

Friday, April 12
Lien Stripping in Chapter 13
Sponsored by the Bankruptcy Section
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
200 Jefferson, 6th Fl.
Speaker: Bruce Ralston
1 hr general credit

Friday, April 12
Getting on Board the Omnibus: Discussion of the HIPAA Final Rule
Sponsored by the Health Law Section
3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Baptist Corporate Bldg., 1st fl conference Rm, 350 N. Humphreys Blvd.
Speakers: John Bailey, Janelle Burns and Loretta Hinton
2 hrs general credit

Wednesday, April 17
Tech Tips for Attorneys: Websites, Google, Email, Client Confidentiality and More
Sponsored by the Technology Section
12:00 – 2:00 p.m.
MBA Office, 80 Monroe Ave., #220
Speaker: Jabez LeBret, Get Noticed Get Found, Inc.
2 hrs dual credit

Thursday, April 18
Amending Irrevocable Trusts Using the Tennessee Uniform Trust Code
Sponsored by the Estate Planning/Probate Law Section 
12:00 – 1:00 p.m. Lunch is included
The Grove Grille, 4550 Poplar Ave., Laurelwood Shopping Center
Speaker: Rob Malin, Wyatt Tarrant & Combs
1 hr general credit

Friday, April 19
Family Law Section Seminar
Sponsored by the Family Law Section
9:00 – 4:30 p.m.
University of Memphis School of Law, 1 N. Front St.
Various speakers & topics
6.0 Total Hours - 1 Dual / 5 General
Approved for TN, MS & AR

Wednesday, April 24
Simple Estate Planning for the Normal Family
Sponsored by the MBA Young Lawyers Division
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Bank Tennessee, 30 N. Second St.
Speaker: Chasity Sharp Grice, Sharp Legal Group
1 hr general credit

Tuesday, April 30
Assistance for Immigrant Victims of Crimes: U-Visas, Violence Against Women and T-Visas
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
MBA Office, 80 Monroe Ave., #220
Speaker: R. Romona Jackson, Jackson & Hurst, LLC
1 hr general credit

Live Webcasts:

Wednesday, April 24
Clarence Darrow: Crimes, Causes and the Courtroom
11:00 a.m.
3 hrs dual credit

Thursday, April 25
Moving to the Cloud
Sponsored by the Technology Section
12:00 – 12:30 p.m.
Speaker: Reid F. Trautz, Director, AILA Practice & Professionalism Center
0.5 hrs dual credit


Friday, April 19
Ethics & Client Confidences: An Advanced Guide
12:00 – 1:00 pm
1 hr dual credit

Friday, April 26
New Medicare Tax Impact on Business Planning for Closely Held Companies
12:00 – 1:00 pm
1 hr general credit

Current Online Video
& Interactive Text Seminars:

Irks & Quirks of Local Court Practice      
1.0 hr general

The Neuroscience of Negotiation: Legal Decisions & Applied Science  
6.0 hrs dual

Are We Speaking the Same Language? How Bankruptcy Impacts Domestic Law Practice
0.75 general

Business Tax Tips: How to Nickel & Dime the IRS to Death 
1 hr general

Collaborative Law 
1 hr general

Covenants Not-To-Compete 
1 hr general

Discharge of Guaranteed Student Loans & Related Issues 
.75 hr general

Does Hawk Still Fly? An Analysis of Grandparents Visitation Rights
1 hr general

Domestic Relations Issues in Bankruptcy 
.75 hr general

Easy Way to Find Medical Expert Witnesses 
.63 hr general

E-Filing in Shelby County Circuit & Chancery Courts 
1 hr general

Employment Law Issues in Education 
1 hr general

Ethical Issues in all Chapters, Real Life Scenarios, Problems & Discussions in Ch. 7, 11, 13 
.75 hr dual

Ethics of Lawyer Advertising in a 4G World  
.83 hr dual

Hot Topics from the U.S. Trustee’s Office
1 hr general 

How To Do Good When You Don’t Have a Clue
3.5 hrs total credit: 1.25 dual / 2.25 general

Immigration Law Update 
1 hr general

IT Solutions Every Attorney Needs in 2012 
1 hr general

Juvenile Court Practice Tips
1 hr general

Labor & Employment Section 2011 Annual Seminar - Pt. 1 of 3
State Law Update/Reasonable Accommodation Under the ADA
1.75 hrs general

Labor & Employment Section 2011 Annual Seminar - Pt. 2 of 3 
Update from the NLRB Acting General Counsel
1 hr general

Labor & Employment Section 2011 Annual Seminar - Pt. 3 of 3 
Review of Significant Decisions and Jury Verdicts in 2011
2.25 hrs general

Lien Avoidance 
1 hr general

New Judicial Disqualification Rules 
1.5 hrs dual

Preferred Practices of Bankruptcy Judges in the Western District
1 hr general

QDRO’s - What Family Law Practitioners Need to Know 
1 hr general 

Recent Ethical Updates from the Board of Professional Responsibility
1 hr dual

Rule 3001.2, Proofs of Claim, Chapter 13 Trustee 
1 hr general

Supreme Court Rule 31 Update
.60 hr general

Tax Sales & The Land Bank 
1 hr general - Approved for credit in TN & MS

Techniques Hackers Use to Attack Law Firms
1 hr dual

The Lawyers of Watergate
2 hrs dual

Uncontested Divorces: How to Do it Right 
1 hr general

Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Law 
1.25 hr general


ALI-ABA Online Webcasts & Seminars:  
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