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Fellows

Please join the 142 Fellows of the Smith County Bar Foundation. These generous donors have made it possible for the Foundation to provide Justice Eva Guzman as the 2017 Constitution Day speaker. Justice Guzman inspired the high school and college students when she said, “I challenge you to dream big. Whatever goal you set, set it higher, and extraordinary things can happen to ordinary people through hard work.”

The Foundation is already planning their 2018 Constitution Day event. Donate today, because every American needs to understand their Constitution. The Fellows of the SCBF, provide factual information from amazing speakers and printed Constitutions to the community.

Let's all dream big and see what extraordinary things happen.

Join the Smith County Bar Foundation with a tax deductible Fellows donation today.


January CLE

SOLD OUT
Alzheimer's and Dementia and Their Intersection with the Law

Don Kent
Kent, Anderson, Bush, Frost & Metcalf, P.C.

Friday, January 12, 2018

FREE CLE Program at noon

SOLD OUT


email
cristy@smithcountybar.com

Willow Brook Country Club

3205 W Erwin St., Tyler, Texas


Course #
174001416
SCBA is an accredited sponsor, approved by the State Bar of Texas, Committee on MCLE
This course has been approved in the amount of one credit hour of participatory credit including .25 hour of ethics/professional responsibility


 Providing professional development, education and service programs for the legal profession. 


 The Smith County Bar Foundation exists to further justice and the rule of law by educating and serving its citizens

 

 Post Office Box 7248
Tyler, Texas  75711

903 526-2700
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2/3/2018
Mock Trial Volunteers

2/9/2018
Second Friday CLE meeting

2/14/2018
Foundation 2017-18 Board Meetings

2/22/2018
Association 2017-18 Board Meetings

2016-17 Dues Renewal

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