HOW SOCIAL MEDIA CAN GO AWRY:
YOU'VE FALLEN FOR FACEBOOK; IN LOVE WITH LINKEDIN, IN A TIZZY OVER TWITTER AND SAVVY WITH SNAPCHAT
How to use social media and maintain a professional persona. How to prevent social media mishaps.
Justice Roger A. Page
was sworn in to the Tennessee Supreme Court in February 2016 after he was appointed by Governor Bill Haslam and unanimously confirmed by the Tennessee General Assembly. He is the first appellate judge to be selected pursuant to the Constitutional amendment approved by the voters of Tennessee in 2014. Prior to assuming a seat on the Supreme Court, he served as an appellate judge on the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals from December 2011 to February 2016. Justice Page wrote more than 330 appellate opinions. In 1998, he was elected circuit court judge. He presided over both civil and criminal trials in the 26th Judicial District from August 1998 to December 2011. Previous to his experience on the bench, he was an assistant attorney general for the State of Tennessee in Jackson from 1991-1998. He practiced at Holmes, Rich, Sigler & Page in Jackson from 1987-1991. He was an associate at Peterson, Young, Self & Asselin in Atlanta from 1985-1987 and was a law clerk for then-U.S. District Court Judge Julia Smith Gibbons from 1984-1985. He received his law degree with high honors in 1984 from the University of Memphis.
The Honorable Brandon O. Gibson
was appointed Court of Appeals Judge by Governor Bill Haslam and assumed office on September 1, 2014. She had previously worked with Pentecost & Glenn, PLLC 2003-2014; Waldrop & Hall, P.A. 2001-2003; and Potter Minton, P.C. 2000-2001. Gibson received her undergraduate degree from Mississippi State University in 1996, her master's degree in agribusiness management from Mississippi State University in 1997, and her J.D. from Southern Methodist University School of Law in 2000.
Justin L. Furrow
earned his J.D., summa cum laude, The University of Tennessee College of Law, first in class in 2008. Employers of all size - from large, national and regional companies to family-owned businesses and startup ventures - rely on Justin Furrow's advice regarding federal and state workplace laws and regulations, and they trust his expertise in defending them in employment litigation. Justin has successfully defended and assisted clients in matters arising under major employment laws in federal and state courts, and before administrative agencies such as the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and U.S. Department of Labor (DOL).
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
The Walden Club
11:00 a.m. Registration and buffet lunch
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. CLE Seminar
2.0 hours Dual CLE Credit
CBA Members $75.00 / Non Members $85.00 / Support Staff $40.00