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1. Celebrating Law -

The Memphis legal community is poised to kick off its annual weeklong celebration of the profession that will include a party in Downtown’s Court Square, a naturalization ceremony for new citizens and a remembrance of the dozens of lawyers and judges who died over the past 12 months.

2. Law Week Ends While Memories Remain -

While the Memphis Bar Association’s annual Law Week events end today, they remain in the minds of the city’s legal community.

At 10 a.m., the bar will hold its traditional naturalization ceremony in which more than 340 incoming U.S. citizens will be sworn in at The Cannon Center for the Performing Arts.

3. Law Week Promises Buzz of Activity For Attorneys and Non-Attorneys Alike -

From April 26 to May 6, lawyers and judges in the Memphis area will use Law Week to volunteer in the community and reflect on the importance of the practice of law. A variety of events will unfold throughout the week, with everything from a blood drive to a reception honoring attorneys who do pro bono work.

4. Archived Article: Law - Law Week a Time to Celebrate Lawyers

Law Week a Time to Celebrate Lawyers

LANCE ALLAN

The Daily News

The nations legal system doesnt have a bad name, per se, but nonetheless, its an oft-used punch line. Lawyer jokes are probably as old a...

5. Archived Article: History Sw - 04-26 history A brief history of Law Week By STUART A. WILSON Special to The Daily News In order to understand where we are now, it is often beneficial to understand where we have been. Such is the case with Law Week. Its origins are not from the ho...