Nashville School of Law is proud to offer a series of continuing legal education sessions designed to assist attorneys in sharpening the tools in their legal toolbox. These classes are led by experts in their area of law that practice in the communities and courts that many of you practice in.
Third Wednesday of every month.
1.5 hours of CLE credit
$50 for NSL alums/$65 for all other when paid in advance
Location: Nashville School of Law; 4013 Armory Oaks Drive, Nashville 37204
Class Offerings (more coming soon):
May 17 – Torts with John Day
Noted torts attorney John Day will discuss practice pointers for handling Torts, specifically Tenn. Code Ann. § 20-1-119 and strategies for accurately identifying and handling comparative fault cases under Tennessee law.
June 21 – Wills with Jeff Mobley
Jeff Mobley specializes his practice in estate planning, will contests, resolution of disputes involving estates, and related real estate matters. He teaches the Wills class at Nashville School of Law and this CLE will provide important practice tips with regard to estate planning and will drafting.
July 19 – Bankruptcy Bootcamp with Henry Hildebrand
Chapter 13 Trustee Henry Hildebrand offers this intense course for advanced strategies in managing bankruptcy cases. Mr. Hildebrand teaches Bankruptcy Practice and Procedure at Nashville School of Law.
August 16 – Parenting Plans with Marlene Eskind Moses
This family law CLE will discuss How and Why Permanent Parenting Plans Can Be Changed. Marlene Eskind Moses of MTR|Family Law will explore when it’s appropriate to seek modification of a permanent parenting plan and how to go about petitioning for the revisions.
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