mission is threefold: (1) to unite municipal attorneys of the
State of Tennessee into a permanent organization that will promote
and encourage effective and efficient legal service for Tennessee
municipalities, (2) to encourage and improve communication and
cooperation among Tennessee's municipal attorneys, and (3) to
cooperate with the Tennessee Municipal League in seeking solutions
to problems of the State's municipalities
TMAA Conference: February 20-21, 2014
On Thursday, the Southern Poverty Law Center will present a workshop on dealing with members of the anti-government group Sovereign Citizen and members of other anti-government organizations. On Friday we have discussions planned on open records with one city’s experience, bond financing, case law update, and an ethics presentation on Judeo-Christian ethics and their effects on public policy. Another possible topic is city manager contracts.
IMLA Gives Membership Break to Small Cities in TMAA
The International Municipal Lawyers Association has agreed with TMAA to allow city attorneys from cities with a population of less than 2,600 who are members of TMAA to become members of IMLA for a very modest yearly membership fee of $50.00. The normal charge is $375.00. IMLA, like TMAA, provides CLE programs, publications, a listserve, ordinance services, and other assistance to city attorneys. This should be an opportunity for attorneys from small cities to broaden their contacts and horizons. To join IMLA under this program, contact TMAA.