About TALS Training
A primary service offered by TALS includes training opportunities for attorneys, paralegals, and advocates within the legal services arena. Each year the organization holds multiple CLE trainings on various issues of substantive law, advocacy strategy, and administrative issues. The topics are chosen by the TALS task forces, representing the following areas:
- DCS/Juvenile Law
- Employment Law
- Family Law
- Immigration Law
- Senior Law
- Special Education/Juvenile Justice Law
- Health / Benefits Law
- Housing/Consumer Law
These trainings are generally a partial or full day in duration, and are often available through our online MediaSite Links for viewing after the event. Some events are also simulcast on the Internet for viewing during the training. For additional information about upcoming or previous trainings, please contact Anne Fox, TALS Policy and Training Director.
TALS Annual Conference - Equal Justice University
Equal Justice University (EJU) provides a unique opportunity for this community to gain up to 15 hours of CLE credits through workshops, task force meetings, and networking. Each year, the event draws advocates supporting equal access to justice from across the state of Tennessee. This opprorutnity includes an awards dinner, leadership luncheon, and social activities which make it a unique training opportunity.