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In Legal Terms: NMRLS Elder Law Conference

Guest Al Cutturini, director of the Elder Law Project at North Mississippi Rural Legal Services discusses their upcoming conference and elder law issues. Oxford Conference Center, 8:30 am 08/09/19; Free to the public (charge for CPE credits)

Phone number: 1-800-498-1804 (anywhere in Mississippi)

http://nmrls.com/ North Mississippi Rural Legal Services

https://www.mslegalservices.org/ Mississippi Legal Services


Podcast mentioned: Judge Larry Primeaux's Blog about Practice in Mississippi's Chancery Courts https://betterchancery.com/

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