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November 16, 2014

By: Toshya Leonard

 

This year marks the revamp of TISL Media coverage on AMC3. Until now, AMC3 has been a branch all its own, but now Media is diving into the competition with new guidelines.

 

But with the new media endeavor came many stringent guidelines for the...

November 16, 2014

By: Toshya Leonard

 

The wait is finally over! Here are the AMC3 finalists:

  

  • 9am - Team 183 vs Team 196

  • 9:45am - Team 195 vs Team 179

  • 10:30am - Team 196 vs Team 195

  • 11:15am - Team 179 vs Team 183

 

“I am very happy with the skills di...

November 16, 2014

By: Page Forrest

 

During past years, score sheets for lawyers participating in AMC3 have not been released to teams. This year, the score sheets will be available for viewing in the lobby of the DoubleTree tonight from 8:30 to 11 pm.

 

However, no team member will...

November 15, 2014

By: Tiana Winstead

 

As the 45 General Assembly comes to a close, competitiveness sets in. You may find yourself wondering, “Which schools have dominated the TISL scene?” After a public opinion survey of 55 fellow delegates, and maybe yourself, 16 schools were named. The...

November 15, 2014

By: Page Forrest

Each year, TISL is responsible for nominating students to serve on the executive board of the Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation (TSAC). TSAC’s purpose is to “provide financial assistance for post-secondary education opportunities to Tennessee res...

November 14, 2014

Click here to watch an exclusive interview with TISL Executive Director Jeff Wilson and TISL founding member Charles Bone.

 

November 14, 2014

By: Emily Rose Mitchell

The 21st Century is a time of progress when church and state are firmly held apart—or so many thought before realizing that under Tennessee law, atheists are banned from holding public office. Some legislators claim that Article 9, Section 2 o...

November 14, 2014

By: Jesse Walker

Justice Kirby and Justice Bivins, the two newest appointees on the Tennessee Supreme Court, spoke to TISL students on Friday afternoon instead of Friday evening due to unexpected events.

 

The justices discussed their duties on the Tennessee Supreme Court...

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