Oxford Lunch and Learn

Please join us on May 13th in Oxford for MAJ's last lunch & learn of the year. This "short but sweet" CLE seminar will be held from 11am to 1pm at The Snack Bar dining room. You will enjoy a presentation on Ethics & Professionalism in the courtroom from Judge Jimmy Maxwell from the Mississippi Court of Appeals as well as learn about The Dos and Don'ts of Mediation from Attorney Charlie Swayze of Whittington, Brock & Swayze. The cost of registration is only $50 and includes a delicious lunch. All members of the bar are encouraged to attend. To register, simply click the link below:

 

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Oxford Lunch & Learn
Oxford, MS

May 13, 2014

MAJ Annual Convention
New Orleans, LA

June 12-14, 2014

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