Butler Snow is pleased to announce that Kimbrely Dandridge will present at the Tennessee Bar Association (TBA) Transactional Practice CLE on Oct. 27 at the University of Memphis.
This seminar will provide attorneys with the information, tools and tips needed to successfully handle transactional, business and probate matters. Specifically, the course will offer practical approaches to handling, mergers and acquisitions, real estate transactions, and title concerns.
Dandridge will discuss corporate transactions as they relate to the new millennial tech era during the TBA event. Her presentation focuses on the formation and evolution of start-up companies, tech company giants and social media powerhouses: a dive into how the new millennial era is impacting corporate transactions.
Dandridge is a member of the finance, real estate and restructuring group and the public finance, tax incentives and credit markets group. She is a member of the American Bar Association, Tennessee Bar Association, Association for Women Attorneys, Memphis Bar Association and Memphis Community Legal Center. Dandridge is admitted to practice in Tennessee.
Dandridge, who has served as a Forbes contributor, worked in the White House as an intern in the Office of Presidential Personnel during the Obama administration. She has also been named to the University of Mississippi’s Hall of Fame, and served as the first African-American female student body president there. She was a recipient of the school’s James Meredith Achievement Award.
Dandridge received her undergraduate degree from the University of Mississippi and earned her Juris Doctor from Texas Southern University.
Founded in 1881, the TBA is dedicated to enhancing fellowship among members of the state’s legal community. A strictly voluntary association, the TBA offers its members a variety of programs and services designed to assist in professional development. In addition, through its public relations activities, the TBA endeavors to build a positive image for the profession in the community.
The TBA membership represents the entire spectrum of the legal community, from plaintiff and defense attorneys to judges, government and legal services attorneys, corporate counsel, and a number of attorneys residing outside the state who retain an interest in the Tennessee legal profession. Membership in the TBA is open to all licensed attorneys in good standing. It gives you access to a number of programs and services designed to help you become a better practitioner.