Due to multiple uncertainties and concerns presented by the coronavirus pandemic this year, the Board of Directors of the Mid-South Commercial Law Institute has decided to cancel our seminar, previously scheduled for December 3 and 4, 2020.  If you have already registered for our 2020 seminar, your registration fee will be refunded to you promptly. 

The Mid-South Commercial Law Institute is a volunteer organization dedicated to providing educational programming on commercial and bankruptcy law topics, and we are proud of the Mid-South’s long history of excellence.  We intend to pour our energies into planning an outstanding 2021 seminar in Nashville, Tennessee on December 2 and 3, 2021, and we hope to see you again then. 

We are also exploring the potential for presenting one or more smaller-scale virtual programs later this year.  Please stay tuned for further announcements. 

Each year, Mid-South Commercial Law Institute conducts an advanced two-day CLE seminar on commercial and bankruptcy law in Nashville, Tennessee. The hallmark of our seminars is sophisticated, cutting-edge content, presented by panels of nationally renowned scholars, judges and attorneys. Presentations are always timely and comprehensive, designed to appeal to a broad spectrum of practices, from litigation to transactional. And sessions are conducted in a relaxed, interactive environment that encourages audience participation.

The Mid-South Commercial Law seminar provides an excellent opportunity to satisfy any remaining CLE requirements before the end of the year — all in one seminar in one convenient, central location. The Mid-South seminar also provides valuable networking opportunities. Earn quality CLE credits and take advantage of all that Music City has to offer.

2019 Brochure

The 2019 Mid-South Commercial Law Institute was approved for 14 hours (11 General and 3 Dual/Ethics) of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit in Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, Mississippi, and Kentucky. Hours for the 2021 seminar to be determined.