For release: July 3, 2012
For press information, contact Wendy Sumner-Winter, 901-678-1562
The Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law Alumni Chapter will host a Continuing Legal Education
(CLE) seminar, “Busted! Local and National Criminal Issues,” on Thursday, Aug. 23,
beginning at 8:30 a.m. The day-long conference will be held in Wade Auditorium at
the Law School, located at 1 North Front Street.
Presenters and their topics include: Professor Ernest Lidge, ethics; Professor Steven
Mulroy, national Issues – Fourth and Fifth Amendments; Cameron Hyder, assistant attorney
general for the state of Tennessee, death penalty appeals, requests for relief; Shayla
Purifoy and Jeannie Kosciolek, protective orders; Judge Mark Ward, Tennessee issues,
local practice; and Judge Louis Montesi, Tennessee issues, local practice.
The cost is $120 for University of Memphis Alumni Association or Memphis Bar Association
members, $90 for attorneys who have practiced for three years or less, and $150 for
others. The seminar is free for students and faculty ($5 per session for CLE credit).
Register online at the Memphis Bar Association website, www.memphisbar.org.
The Law Alumni Chapter is committed to promoting and sustaining the Cecil C. Humphreys
School of Law. The chapter funds several scholarships and a teaching award. Members
of the chapter give back to the school throughout the year by hosting CLEs and providing
mentoring and networking opportunities to students, faculty and alumni.