Jeffrey Maddux was recently selected for the Tennessee Bar Association's Class of 2016 Leadership Law program, a highly competitive award-winning six-month leadership program for the legal community. Jeffrey and other emerging leader attorneys will interact with judicial, legislative, community, and bar leaders from across the state and the nation. The class will graduate, equipped with "the vision, knowledge and skills necessary to serve as leaders in the profession and in the community as a whole." Sessions and events are offered monthly, and the class will graduate in conjunction with the TBA Annual Meeting and Convention in Nashville June 15-18.
TBA Leadership Law Goals include:
• To nurture effective leadership with respect to ethical, professional and community service issues.
• To build relationships among legal leaders from across the state and from across disciplines within the profession.
• To raise the level of awareness among lawyers regarding the broad range of issues facing the legal profession.
• To enhance the diversity of leaders within the legal profession and the community as a whole.
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