TALS' Equal Justice University Conference

Date: Wednesday, August 29, 2018 to Friday, August 31, 2018
Location: Embassy Suites, Murfreesboro, TN

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Registration

Registration for the 2018 Equal Justice University Conference is now open. You can use the link below to register, see the different registration options available, list any guests attending meals-only, or buy tickets for lunches and dinners. Don't wait - register now to secure your space.

Register Here

 

 

 

Scholarship

The Equal Justice University Scholarship Program covers the cost of a full conference registration fee. Hotel accommodations must be covered by the scholarship attendee. If you would like to apply for a scholarship to attend the event, please complete the following form.

EJU Scholarship Application 

 

 

 

Sponsorship

TALS is now accepting sponsors at multiple sponsorship levels, for our 2018 annual gathering of the Tennessee's access to justice community. Equal Justice University provides sponsors the opportunity to promote their services to approximately 250 attorneys, judges, advocates, and other guests.

Thanks to everyone who has already pledged their sponsorship for 2018:

Tennessee Bar Association

Event Co-Sponsor

Bass Berry & Sims

Summa Cum Laude Sponsor

Belmont University

Summa Cum Laude Sponsor

TN Disability Coalition 

Summa Cum Laude Sponsor

Mutual of America Welcome Lunch Sponsor 

Disability Rights Tennessee 

Session  Sponsor

TN Commission on Aging & Disability

Session Sponsor

TN Council on Developmental Disabilities Session Sponsor

TN Human Rights Commission

Session  Sponsor

First Tennessee Session Sponsor 

UT College of Law

Cum Laude

Buck and Malinda Lewis

General Sponsor

Kroger General Sponsor 
Marcy Eason General Sponsor 
Ajax  General Sponsor 
Dell Technology Sponsor 

 

 

Schedule 

2018 EJU Schedule coming soon!

 

About EJU

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 for the 2019 conference, email Ann Pruitt for more information. Members include:

Harrison McIver, Chair - Memphis Area Legal Services

Laura Brown - TN Commission on Aging and Disability

Nayeli Chavez - TN Alliance for Legal Services (staff)

Ashley Holliday - West TN Legal Services

Deb House - Legal Aid of East Tennessee

Patricia Jones - Legal Aid Society of Middle TN

David Kozlowski - Legal Aid Society of Middle TN

Lisa Primm - Disability Rights TN

Ann Pruitt - TN Alliance for Legal Services (staff)

Brian Puster - Legal Aid of East Tennessee

Joshua Thomas - Legal Aid Society of Middle TN

Liz Todaro - TN Bar Association

Anne-Louise Wirthlin - Administrative Office of the Courts

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Posted: June 11, 2018