Millennium Maxwell House Hotel
2025 Rosa L. Parks Boulevard,
Nashville, TN 37228
Toll Free: 800-457-4460
To make hotel accommodations, contact the Millenium Maxwell House Hotel by:
The conference room block closed on September 8, 2013. You can find other hotels nearby by using this link.
The discounted Equal Justice Rate is for Attorneys and staff of legal services providers (LSC & non LSC funded), Ombudsmans, TALS Taskforce members, Pro Bono Attorneys, and Social Workers as thanks for their dedication to equal justice.
Friday, September 20, 2013 at 5pm central standard time.
Equal Justice University is the statewide training and networking conference for Tennessee’s access to justice community. This three-day event is at a new location this year - the Millennium Maxwell House Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee. The EJU experience brings together all those who work to increase access to equal justice among Tennessee’s low-income population. Join legal aid professionals, pro bono attorneys, members of the judiciary, social workers and other leaders at this year's EJU in Music City to network, learn and engage in social justice.
As attendees have come to expect, EJU is an excellent opportunity to earn a full 15 hours of CLE credit while networking and relaxing with colleagues. As part of the “Class of 2013” you can increase your knowledge and skills to make you a better advocate for your clients and overcome barriers in your work. The program will encourage participants to seek new and creative avenues to providing access to justice. See the tentative conference agenda here.
Want to learn more about Equal Justice University or about the Tennessee Alliance for Legal Services? Visit the TALS website for more information!
By sponsoring EJU, organizations, corporations, and community members receive individual benefits as well as the opportunity to support the providers of civil legal services for the poor, elderly, and victims of domestic violence across Tennessee. To learn how you can be involved in supporting EJU, download a sponsorship packet or contact Ann Pruitt.
TALS' will present the 2013 B. Riney Green Award to Gordon Bonnyman, founding Executive Director of the TN Justice Center and Harrison McIver, Executive Director of Memphis Area Legal Services, Inc. The New Advocate of the Year Award goes to Charity Miles Williams and Emily O'Donnel, both of Legal Aid of East TN.
This year's awards dinner speaker will be Memphis Mayor AC Wharton, Jr.
The 2013 Access to Justice Awards Dinner will be held in the Crown Ballroom of the Millennium Maxwell House Hotel on Wednesday, October 9, 2013. If you would like to attend the Access to Justice Awards Dinner, please email Samantha Sanchez for details and pricing.