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Law Day, held annually on May 1, is a national day set aside to celebrate the rule of law. Law Day provides an opportunity to understand how law and the legal process protect our liberty, strive to achieve justice, and contribute to the freedoms that all Americans share.   The Law Day 2020 theme is “Your Vote, Your Voice, Our Democracy: The 19th Amendment at 100.” In 2019-2020, the United States is commemorating the centennial of the transformative constitutional amendment that guaranteed the right of citizens to vote would not be denied or abridged by the United States or any state on account of sex. American women fought for, and won, the vote through their voice and action. 


100 YEARS OF WOMAN SUFFRAGE: 
Honoring the Past, Looking to the Future


An Exclusive Live Event from the Tennessee State Capitol celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment and the celebration of our LAW DAY 2020.

10:30 -11:30 am  REENACTMENT OF THE PIVOTAL VOTE
Live feed from the Tennessee State Capitol in the House Chamber
(1.0 CLE Hour offered for viewing with Law Day Reservation)
 
CBA LAW DAY
Via WebEx From the Tennessee State Capitol, Speakers Room

12:30 pm  PROCLAMATION PRESENTATION 
Rep. Patsy Hazlewood, Rep. Esther Helton and Rep. Robin Smith

12:45 am  LAW DAY KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Paula Casey and Linda Moss Mines

1:15 pm  LIBERTY BELL AWARD PRESENTATION
 
1:30 pm SEMINAR - Unsung Hero of Woman Suffrage
                Bill Haltom, Esq., Memphis

August 18, 1920, thirty-year-old Tennessee State Representative Joseph Hanover walked through the lobby of The Hermitage Hotel in Nashville to be greeted by cheers and jeers. Joe Hanover had become the nation’s leading male voice in the fight for Woman suffrage. The most powerful forces in Tennessee opposed him. But Joe Hanover, a Polish immigrant, was not going to back away from the fight. He asked, “Why can’t Mother vote?” And then he set about to take care of the unfinished business of Democracy. In his latest book, Bill tells the inspirational story of this unsung hero of Woman suffrage.

2:30 pm  LAW DAY ADJOURNS with a Total of 2.5 CLE HOURS (includes viewing of Pivotal Vote)


THREE (3) OPTIONS TO SUPPORT THE CBA LAW DAY CELEBRATION:


SUPPORT THE CBA LAW DAY AS A FIRM SPONSOR   | $250
Recognition as a Suffragist at Law Day event, in the Law Day Program, and on the CBA website
Recognize the female attorneys in your Firm


SUPPORT THE CBA LAW DAY BY BEING A SUFFRAGIST |  $150
Recognition as a Suffragist in the event program and CBA website
Opportunity to honor a special person in the event program
1-Hour CLE and Book, "Why Can't Mother Vote", Bill Haltom
Book, "The Perfect 36: Tennessee Delivers Woman Suffrage"
Box Lunch
Maximum Total of 2.5 CLE (with all speakers and Pivotal Vote viewing)
A commemorative event poster designed and signed by Josiah Golson
Post-Event recognition as a Suffragist in the Hamilton County Herald


SUPPORT THE CBA LAW DAY  |  $60  / ($40 with no book)
Includes a Box Lunch
1.5 CLE Hours 
Book by Bill Haltom ($40 if you do not want the book)


MAKE YOUR RESERVATION BY SENDING AN EMAIL TO LHood@chattanoogabar.org or by making your online payment. 

To receive the WebEx Link, we must have your reservation

There is a 2.9% + .30 processing fee included on all credit card payments.

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Support the CBA LAW DAY as a Firm Sponsor: Receive recognition as a Suffragist at Law Day event, in the Law Day Program, and on the CBA Website and recognize the female attorneys in your firm  $257.55
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Support the CBA LAW DAY by being a Suffragist: Recognition as a Suffragist in the event program and the CBA webpage, Opportunity to honor a special person in the event program, 1 Hour CLE and Book  $154.55
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Support the CBA Law Day: Includes Box Lunch, 1.5 CLE Hours, Book by Bill Haltom  $62.00
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Support the CBA Law Day: Includes Box Lunch and 1.5 CLE Hours  $41.45
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A Special Thank you to the following SPONSORS for LAW DAY 2020
PINNACLE
AETNA
FindLaw
FOCUS Treatment Centers
Hamilton County Herald