The law fraternity of Phi Alpha Delta is preparing a feast and legal discussion

for area lawyers.

The University of Tennessee chapter of Phi Alpha Delta is sponsoring

the 1998 Bench and Bar Night on Monday, April 20, 1998, beginning at 5 p.m.

at Calhoun's on the River.

The event includes a three-hour Continuing Legal Education Call, "Can

an Experienced Lawyer Learn New Rules?" and a buffet dinner.

Bench and Bar will provide an opportunity for attorneys, judges, law

professors and law students to discuss the current status of legal ethics.

The panelists are Chancellor Sharon Bell, Paul Campbell III, Judge Jennings

Meredith and Don Paine. The moderator will be Carl Pierce, associate professor

of law.

The Tennessee Commission on Continuing Legal Education and Specialization

has approved the course for three hours credit to go towards the annual

continuation education requirements.

Phi Alpha Delta is once again having a successful semester at UT Law

School. In March, the fraternity raised more than 300 pounds of canned food

for the Second Harvest Food Bank.

The UT Law School also raised more than $130 for the Muscular Dystrophy

Association when it answered Vanderbilt University's challenge to sell Shamrocks.

UT successfully beat Vanderbilt. The shamrock challenge will be an annual

event between Tennessee and Vanderbilt.

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