BirdDog Law helps Tennessee lawyers quickly and efficiently answer their questions about Tennessee tort law and the law of civil trial. This site hosts the digital version of three books created by Nashville lawyer John A. Day, each updated and available by subscription.
Most digital book publishers take the digital file used in publishing a hard copy text and place it on a website for digital access. The website version is not updated until the printed text is updated, which means both the printed and digital versions are almost always one or more years out of date.
Not BirdDog Law.
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Birddogs assist hunters in finding and retrieving game birds. BirdDog Law assists lawyers in locating and retrieving Tennessee case law, statutes, and rules. Are you looking for Tennessee law of torts and procedure?
User-friendly resources for Tennessee lawyers 24/7 on any device with an internet connection.
You will quickly observe our offerings include the rules of evidence and procedure, as do many other websites. The difference is this: the rules of evidence and procedure have been reformatted to make them much more user-friendly and readable. And we know of no other site that re-states the rules of civil procedure as modified by the Tennessee Claims Commission for use in cases before the Commission.
Every other digital version we have seen of the Rules of Professional Conduct leave us exhausted — the rules are just a multitude of words on a page, with no effort to make them readable or searchable. We have addressed that problem, and encourage you to use our version.
The “Status of Civil Cases Pending Before the Tennessee Supreme Court” is BirdDog Law’s own creation, and informs you on the current status of cases that might impact your practice.