Exciting Doin's in Tennessee
This upcoming week will be another milestone in Tennessee for the development of a collaborative law process. The National Association for Women Judges will be in town and my intern from last summer, Diana Combs, will receive the Sandra Day O'Connor Scholarship award. Diana is a 2L at the University of Memphis and made law review this summer. Her note will focus on Collaborative Law Process and I couldn't be happier!
Kim Wright will be at the Conference, too, and will address the Judges on the development of Collaborative Process across Tennessee and will be the featured guest on a local access TV show, A Question of Law with Judge Kay Robilio plus will be the presenter at the Fogelman Executive Center (next door to the law school at the University of Memphis) on Collaborative Process in Tennessee on October 19th. Needless to say, we in Tennessee are blessed to have Kim with us.
I have been invited by Dave Shearon, along with others, to participate in a 'train the trainer' program in early November. We will be trained by Kathy Story, a very dear friend, and trainer par excellent. She worked for a number of years with the Leadership Institute for Judicial Education and has been a featured speaker at the Equal Justice Conference sponsored by the Tennessee Alliance for legal services.
Tennessee is on the move, it really is the water...