TALS' Equal Justice University Conference
Session Topics and Proposals
The planning committee for TALS' 2017 Equal Justice University conference invites you to submit CLE session proposals for this year's conference. See the list of specifically requested sessions as selected by the planning committee. Proposals on additional topics are also welcome.
TALS offers multiple sponsorship levels, as well as customizable packages, for this annual gathering of the Tennessee's access to justice community. Equal Justice University provides sponsors the opportunity to promote their services to approximately 200 attorneys, judges, advocates, and other guests.
Equal Justice University (EJU) is the annual gathering of approximately 200 lawyers, advocates, social worker professionals, and pro bono attorneys involved in providing civil legal assistance across Tennessee. EJU provides a unique opportunity for this community to gain up to 15 hours of Continuing Legal Education credit (CLEs/CEUs) as well as networking through task force meetings and social functions. EJU also provides dynamic speakers that express the value in being a part of the access to justice community. The EJU experience not only renews the civil legal service community’s commitment to equal access to justice in Tennessee; it also introduces new pro bono lawyers, community advocates, and law students to this important mission.
Conference Planning Committee
If you'd like to join the Equal Justice University planning committee, email Samantha Sanchez, TALS' Director of Training, for more information.