Let America Know
A powerful new e-marketing tool that connects you and your clients with a compelling, customized, e-newsletter called You Should Know helping everyone to understand what is happening in the legislature. Learn More
Take Justice Back
Find out who’s attacking your rights! This is a grassroots campaign to let everyday Americans know why you should care about protecting the civil justice system. Learn More
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Become a Partner for Justice
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The Tennessee Trial Lawyer Association works to protect the civil justice system and advocates for accountability and the rights of all citizens.
Thank you to all the TTLA Circle of Advocates donors for 2017. The donors fight for civil justice by funding our terrific lobbying team and legislative program.
A dinner honoring them was held on Monday, February 27th at the Cabana Restaurant in Nashville.
Click below to donate to the Circle of Advocates for the Year 2016-2017.
Special interests will be back again next year trying to close the courthouse doors: Collateral Source, Health Courts, Opt-Out, Immunity for all - these are just a few of the battles we will be fighting.
TTLA will need your help so please block out two days during legislative session to come to Nashville and be an Attorney On Duty. Click on the link to fill out the form and email to email@example.com or fax to 615-329-8131.
2017 CLE / EVENTS SCHEDULE
|April 27, 2017||TTLA Ex. & Board Meetings|
|May 5, 2017||2nd Annual Paralegal Seminar||Click Here to Register|
|Law Office of Neal & Harwell||Click Here to View the Agenda|
|June 14-16, 2017||Annual Convention||Click Here to Register|
|Grove Park Inn, Asheville, NC||Click Here to View the Brochure|
|August 9-10, 2017||TTLA Ex. & Board Retreat|
|Nov. 30 - Dec. 1, 2017||Annual Review & Ethics Seminar|
|Carnegie Hotel, Johnson City|
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