Family Law CLE: Save the Date

February 24, 2014 § 2 Comments

I am not in the business of promoting products or services, but I do promote the better practice of law. If you do any family law at all, you should make it your business every year to attend Professor Deborah Bell’s Family Law CLE program. I make time for it every year without fail, even though Professor Bell donates her time each Fall to make a presentation to the chancery judges.

Here’s a copy of the notice for this year’s programs:

The 18th Annual Family Law CLE

Professor Deborah Bell, Seminar Leader

This year’s Family Law CLE will be presented on the following dates and locations:

Jackson · Friday, July 18, 2014
Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and Museum
1152 Lakeland Drive, Exit 98B off I-55

Oxford · Friday, July 25, 2014
Oxford Conference Center, 102 Ed Perry Blvd
Hwy 7N, Sisk Ave Exit

Gulf Coast · Friday, August 1, 2014
Imperial Palace, 850 Bayview Avenue, Biloxi


Save the dates for this annual 6 hour CLE providing comprehensive overviews of the last year’s family law developments. Includes one hour of ethics credit.

Register online at

or send your registration fee ($225) to:

Family Law CLE
(New Address) 426 S Lamar Blvd, Suite 16 Oxford, MS 38673

Make check payable to:
Family Law CLE
fax: 662-234-9266

Carroll Chiles Moore, Conference Coordinator

phone: 662-513-0159


While you’re at it, get yourself and use a copy of Professor Bell’s Bell on Mississippi Family Law. It’s the authoritative reference work for Mississippi family lawyers.


§ 2 Responses to Family Law CLE: Save the Date

  • Bob Wolford says:

    Thanks for the heads up judge- I’m make plans to attend the one on the coast. Speaking of family law books, have you read/consulted Shelton Hand’s book- Mississippi Divorce, Alimony and Child Support? I find it very helpful from standpoint of quickly locating case law on a given subject.

    • Larry says:

      By mentioning Bell, I do not intend to slight Hand. His book is thorough and a great resource. I did a post a couple of years ago on resources you should have in your personal law library, and Hand’s book was listed. I have a copy next to my desk, and I do use it from time to time.

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