NEXT ON THE AGENDA: How To Refrain From Participation As An Attorney

February 13, 2018 from 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
CME and CLE pending

“Unauthorized Practice of Law Issues for Mediators: How to Refrain from Participation as an Attorney”

Marnie Huff, a Rule 31 mediator and attorney, will engage lunch and learn participants in a discussion of ethics issues related to the unauthorized practice of law, including the Tennessee ADR Commission’s Advisory Opinion No.: 2017-0002.

Presenter: Margaret “Marnie” Huff

Marnie Huff is a Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 31 Listed General Civil Mediator (2004-present), she is a member of the Nashville Bar Association ADR Committee, the Tennessee Bar Association’s Dispute Resolution Section, the Tennessee Association of Professional Mediators, and the Association for Conflict Resolution. She is a past officer and Board member for the Nashville Conflict Resolution Center and has taught Alternative Dispute Resolution, Mediation Procedure, and Legal Writing and Research as an adjunct professor at Middle Tennessee State University.



WHAT Lunch & Learns are noontime presentations and interactive workshops on a variety of topics relevant not only to mediators, but to anyone interested in the challenges and strategies of conflict resolution. The Lunch & Learn programs offer participants the chance to network, discuss current issues relevant to mediation, and sharpen communication skills.

WHEN Every other month beginning in February, on the 2nd Tuesday of the month

WHERE  Cathedral of the Incarnation, Third Floor, 2015 West End Ave, Nashville, TN 37203 (except for the May event, see above)

TIME  12 noon – 1:15 pm


  • Presentation is free to the public
  • CME credit: Free for active NCRC volunteers; $10 for others
  • CLE credit: $15 for active NCRC volunteers; $25 for others IF APPLICABLE
  • Lunch is now BROWN BAG.

*an active volunteer = one who has mediated with NCRC a minimum of 1 time within the last two months