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  • Updates - News & Publications - Memphis Bar Association
    Young Lawyers Appeal Advertise Photos Posted by Sara K Larson on May 6th 2015 Comments There are no comments yet Leave a comment This information is required Name This information is required Email URL Comment Ignore this text box It is used to detect spammers If you enter anything into this text box your message will not be sent Back Sections Committees CLE Build Your Practice News Publications Calendar About

    Original URL path: http://www.memphisbar.org/blog/law-week-launch-party-photos/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Updates - News & Publications - Memphis Bar Association
    member of the Memphis Bar Association he practiced law for more than fifty years Philip served in the Army Air Corp as a tail gunner from 1944 1946 during World War II Philip was a beloved teacher and coach at Catholic High School for Boys He felt this was one of the most rewarding and important periods of his life He often spoke of how he enjoyed being at Catholic High and what a privilege and joy it was to work with his students along side his brother Bill and his dearest friend Monsignor Pat Lynch Philip served as consulting attorney for the newly formed Catholic Diocese of Memphis in 1978 was school board president for Immaculate Conception High School for Girls board member of St Peter s Home In addition to his private law practice he was a part time Shelby County attorney Mr Cooper is survived by his wife Rose Mary Cooper his son Timothy J Cooper Laurie and daughters Windy Cooper Cash Bubba and Kerry Cooper Saunders Chad and grandchildren Annie Cooper Savannah Cooper Cade Cooper Bailey Cash Cooper Cash Ella Cash ChadWeldon Saunders Jr and Hayden Saunders Visitation will be 9 30 a m Friday May

    Original URL path: http://www.memphisbar.org/blog/philip-joseph-cooper/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Updates - News & Publications - Memphis Bar Association
    and Senate could not agree on the procedure The House and Senate proposed a compromise in which lawmakers had 60 days to confirm a judicial appointment but 67 votes were needed to confirm or reject the nominee If lawmakers could not reach that vote total to reject or confirm within 60 days the appointment would be automatically confirmed Republican and Democratic leaders of the Senate opposed the report saying it gave all the power to the 99 member House The Senate voted to delay taking any action on the plan effectively pushing the bill until next year In other actions the legislature passed a bill allowing judges or magistrates to waive the current 12 hour period during which a defendant charged with domestic abuse or elder abuse cannot be released on bail They also amended the Notary Public act to eliminate the requirement to keep a log if a notary public provides the service for free A bill to increase the compensation for attorneys appointed in indigent defense cases was sent to summer study Topics TN legislature Tennessee Comments There are no comments yet Leave a comment This information is required Name This information is required Email URL Comment Ignore

    Original URL path: http://www.memphisbar.org/blog/tennessee-general-assembly-adjourns-with-no-action-on-judicial-selection-bill/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Updates - News & Publications - Memphis Bar Association
    on Judicial Selection Bill Posted by Sara K Larson on April 23rd 2015 The mechanism for confirming judicial nominees was delayed to next year after the House and Senate could not agree on the procedure The House and Senate proposed a compromise in which lawmakers had 60 days to confirm a judicial appointment but 67 votes were needed to confirm or reject the nominee Read More Topics TN legislature Tennessee

    Original URL path: http://www.memphisbar.org/blog/topics/tn-legislature/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Updates - News & Publications - Memphis Bar Association
    Judicial Selection Bill Posted by Sara K Larson on April 23rd 2015 The mechanism for confirming judicial nominees was delayed to next year after the House and Senate could not agree on the procedure The House and Senate proposed a compromise in which lawmakers had 60 days to confirm a judicial appointment but 67 votes were needed to confirm or reject the nominee Read More Topics TN legislature Tennessee Comments

    Original URL path: http://www.memphisbar.org/blog/topics/tennessee/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Updates - News & Publications - Memphis Bar Association
    Magazine Young Lawyers Appeal Advertise Photos Posted on April 10th 2015 Comments There are no comments yet Leave a comment This information is required Name This information is required Email URL Comment Ignore this text box It is used to detect spammers If you enter anything into this text box your message will not be sent Back Sections Committees CLE Build Your Practice News Publications Calendar About Public Resources Contact

    Original URL path: http://www.memphisbar.org/blog/free-legal-clinic/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Updates - News & Publications - Memphis Bar Association
    2015 He served on the Vestry of St John s Episcopal Church for many years and became a leading member of the Memphis chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation He was an avid hunter golfer and dog lover He is survived by his wife Mary Leatherman Carr son Oscar Clark Carr IV Lauren daughter Camilla Carr Brinner Matt grandson Richard Brinner sisters Scott Carr Adams John of Pawley s Island SC Blanche Carr Symons Neil of London England and E Lane Carr Tipton of Columbia SC in addition to many nieces and nephews Visitation will be from 5 00 6 30 p m this evening in the sanctuary of St John s Episcopal Church 3245 Central Ave corner of Central Greer The funeral service will be held at St John s on Friday April 10 at 10 00 a m with burial immediately following in Elmwood Cemetery In lieu of flowers the family requests donations to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation The judges have been asked to process together in their robes and sit together in a reserved section at the funeral Judge Robert Childers Circuit Court Division 9 will open Court at 2 00 p m on Friday

    Original URL path: http://www.memphisbar.org/blog/chancellor-oscar-clark-bo-carr-iii/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Updates - News & Publications - Memphis Bar Association
    Court Clerk Master Donna Russell sitting as Special Chancellor We re still defining non dispositive because it may not be a motion to dismiss but there may some ultimate question in play which makes something dispositive Dispositive or non consented non dispositive will be split in the remaining parts They re still figuring it out the Chancellors have different recusal protocols so there will still be some case by case decisions Looks like cases ending in odd numbers will go one place and cases ending in even numbers will go the other place It s not 100 official For things that end up in the other parts you and your colleagues will continue to work with Billy Brown to get things scheduled until further notice We ll have to see what happens there I ve already notified everyone that had something on for tomorrow that April 10 motions are struck and they need to pick another Friday using the online form I ll continue to handle the Friday motions When folks come for Fridays they ll have to look at the postings outside of the courtrooms in order to verify where they need to be for their Part III cases We ll have the full Part III list posted with where to go so folks don t have to search I ll be working diligently to try to make this as smooth as possible and I appreciate your patience Jessica L Indingaro Law Clerk to Chancellor Oscar C Carr III Shelby County Chancery Court Part III COURT CLOSING SCHEDULE General Sessions Civil Court Div 1 CLOSED Div 2 Mental Health Hearings will be held with substitute Judges Div 3 CLOSED Div 4 OPEN with special Judge presiding Div 5 CLOSED Div 6 OPEN Topics court closings chancellor Carr Comments There

    Original URL path: http://www.memphisbar.org/blog/message-from-chancellor-carrs-law-clerk/ (2016-02-13)
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