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Virtual Law Review Symposium

“Disaster Lawyering in the Age of COVID” | Friday, February 26 |Noon-3:30 p.m. | 3 hours CLE Available

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Located in the heart of downtown Knoxville, Tennessee, LMU Law is committed to producing practice-ready graduates who benefit from an innovative curriculum and supportive learning environment. Far from your stereotypical law school, LMU Law is a close-knit community filled with people who care where students build relationships that last.

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Abe Statue and Museum Facade February 19, 2021

LMU to Begin Phased Approach to Expanding Campus Access

Based on rapidly decreasing COVID-19 case counts in the Lincoln Memorial University service areas, President Clayton Hess has announced that LMU will begin a phased approach to expanding access to campus facilities beginning on Monday, March 1, 2021.

Jon Meacham February 19, 2021

An Evening with Jon Meacham Rescheduled to April 21, 2022

Out of an abundance of caution, LMU Law and the East Tennessee Historical Society have rescheduled their event, An Evening with Jon Meacham. Originally set for April 9, 2020, the community lecture by acclaimed presidential historian and Pulitzer Prize-winning author will now take place at 8 p.m. on Thursday, April 21, 2022, at the Bijou Theatre.

In-person graduation February 8, 2021

LMU Anticipates Holding In-Person Spring Commencement Ceremonies

Based on the rapidly decreasing COVID-19 case counts in the LMU service area, President Clayton Hess has announced that the University anticipates holding modified in-person ceremonies in May.