Tennessee Bar Journal Editorial Board

The Tennessee Bar Journal editorial board reviews submissions and helps shape the editorial policy of the monthly magazine.

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'Journal' Features President Coolidge and His Legacy

In the Roaring Twenties, a man of few words sat in the White House, who was respected by friends and enemies alike, his tenure marked by a commitment to the rule of law. The February Tennessee Bar Journal examines the legacy of this man, President Calvin Coolidge. Read the cover story, Humble Advocate for the Law: His Presidency Advanced the Rule of Law, Judicial Independence, Civil Rights. Another respected president, TBA's Jason Long, looks at the “old school values,” relationships and trust on which the practice of law is built. "As lawyers embrace technology to better serve clients," he writes in his column this month, "the need to maintain personal interaction with the greater legal community is very real. Now, more than ever, when communications are centered in cyberspace … and the ability to withdraw from the world is increasing, lawyers should strive to make true and lasting connections with one another."

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Banking, Estate Planning ... and a Business Relationship with Santa

There's still time to catch the December Tennessee Bar Journal -- in this issue, columns include banking law, estate planning and one man’s long-term business relationship with Santa. Nashville lawyer Kathryn Reed Edge writes in her column Bank On It, about preventing insider fraud and abuse; Knoxville lawyer Eddy Smith's column, Where There's a Will, is "Report for Duty: Protecting Against Fiduciary Liability"; and in his column, Memphis lawyer Bill Haltom reveals the secrets of Santa's changing role over the years.

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