The Nashville Bar Association is excited to announce a new program for first and second year attorneys. Friday FUNdamentals is a 13-week program designed to train new lawyers in practical skills and provide an excellent networking opportunity among peer professionals.
The program—spearheaded by graduates of the Nashville Bar Foundation’s Leadership Forum—will help new attorneys hone their skills in practical aspects of representing clients for both litigation and transactional practices.
Each Friday FUNdamentals will provide one and a half hours of practical knowledge and training from experienced attorneys in the Nashville and Middle Tennessee community. Tentative topics include drafting complaints, discovery and deposition tactics, conducting effective due diligence, and elementary ethics for new lawyers.
The program will run from January through March 2017 and is FREE to first and second year attorney members as a benefit of their NBA membership. Attorney members with three to five years of practice are welcome to attend the 13-week program for a flat rate of $129.
For more information, contact Monica Mackie or Laura Baker. To view a complete list of courses, click here.
Friday FUNdamentals is brought to you by the Nashville Bar Association and the Nashville Bar Foundation Leadership Law Alumnus.