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The Archives Committee's primary objective is to collect, store and preserve current materials of interest to the Knoxville Bar Association as a whole. As always, pictures, articles, or other documents bearing on the activities and personalities of the Knoxville Bar Association are welcomed by the Archives Committee.
Archives Committee Activities
The Knoxville Bar Association Archives Committee has recently initiated a legal video history project which will preserve the experiences of senior members of Knox County for both the public and future generations of Knoxville lawyers. The oral history interviews will include lawyers and judges and their war stories and insights on the practice of law, including some of Knoxville's most famous court cases.
The Archive Committee's plan is to preserve the history and culture and flavor of the local legal community and to put into place a system for regularly recording oral histories of retiring judges, bar leaders and other legal personalities. In addition to being made available on the KBA website, these video presentations will then be available for use in classrooms, CLE seminars and other venues to preserve, honor, and improve our system of justice.
Our first video has been added to the KBA website. Learn more about local attorney Jon Burnett and about practicing law in Knoxville since 1951.