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CLE Film Festival Marshall
July 12th @ 1 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.
Napier-Looby Bar Association and the Nashville Bar Association Diversity Committee jointly present…
Are you looking for a fun way to earn your ethics and professionalism CLE credits? Enjoy a classic movie as you uncover legal ethics and professionalism traps and pitfalls.
This CLE seminar features Marshall—a classic legal film that portrays numerous ethics and professionalism issues in attorney practice. Following the film, join your colleagues in a lively discussion of the issues and challenges illustrated in the movie.
This program is free to attend; CLE credit is available by paying a fee.
A reception will follow the CLE. Register here
Ghosts of Alabama: The Trial of Bobby Frank Cherry for the 1963 Bombing of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church
July 26th @ 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Napier-Looby Bar Association and the Nashville Bar Association Federal Court Committee jointly present…
Join us for a discussion of the trial of the final defendant charged with the 1963 bombing of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama—a pivotal event in the civil rights struggle and the most deadly single act of the entire civil rights era. Presenter Don Cochran—current U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee and former Assistant U.S. Attorney in Birmingham, Alabama—was one of the prosecutors tasked with bringing Bobby Frank Cherry to justice nearly 39 years after the bombing.
An hour of CLE credit will be available with the payment of a fee; otherwise, this meeting is free to attend. Please plan to attend our joint Napier-Looby/NBA reception immediately following the program.
“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”
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