Two Upcoming Programs to Benefit Nashville Shakespeare Festival

November 25, 2015

Two upcoming continuing legal education seminars developed by Donald Capparella will serve as benefits for the Nashville Shakespeare Festival.

On December 15, 2015, the popular “Much Ado About Ethics” series will be presented at the law office of Miller and Martin, PLLC in Chattanooga.  Panelists include Hon. William M. “Mickey” Barker, Chief Justice Tennessee Supreme Court (retired); Hon. Tom Greenholtz, Hamilton County Criminal Court Judge; Hon. Troy McDougal, Hamilton County Juvenile Court Magistrate; as well as Dodson Parker Behm & Capparella PC attorney Donald Capparella and Chattanooga-area attorney Scott M. Shaw.  Proceeds will benefit the Nashville Shakespeare Festival and the Chattanooga Bar Association.

On December 18, 2015, Capparella and attorney Elizabeth Sitgreaves will join Hon. W. Neal McBrayer, of the Tennessee Court of Appeals to present “Lear-y About Ethics”  at the Nashville Public Library.  The seminar will feature new scenes from the upcoming Nashville Shakespeare Festival production of King Lear, and all proceeds will benefit the Festival.

More information and registration details can be found here (for the Nashville presentation) and here (for Chattanoooga).

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Nashville, TN 37208

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