Belmont Law Review has released its inaugural edition, which features an article by Margaret L. Behm and Candi Henry. The article, “Judicial Selection in Tennessee: Deciding ‘the Decider’” examines the historical evolution of the state’s merit-based appellate judicial selection system. Behm and Henry were invited to submit the article as part of their participation in the law school’s 2013 symposium on Tennessee legal reform.
Elizabeth Sitgreaves presented a continuing legal education seminar for the Nashville Bar Association. The presentation, titled “August 7, 2014: Why This Election Is Important to the Legal Community” addressed the history of Tennessee’s appellate judicial selection system and the implications of the upcoming statewide elections.
Elizabeth Sitgreaves is one of only 28 lawyers from the Nashville area selected for the inaugural class of the Nashville Bar Foundation’s Leadership Forum. The nine-month professional development program provides local attorneys an innovative opportunity to learn, collaborate, network and serve the local community and the legal profession.
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