The Nashville School of Law conferred degrees on 68 graduates Saturday, May 27 at the Renaissance Nashville Hotel.
Graduates heard from Davidson County Juvenile Court Judge Sheila Calloway, who challenged the students to make a positive impact throughout their lives and to take their experience and the support they received throughout law school and never forgot how that helped them.
"Remember to always make a difference,” she said.
The graduates and more than 1,300 people in attendance also heard from Professor R. Eddie Davidson, who teaches several classes at the School.
"This is harder than I thought," said Davidson, referring to the experience that the students had. “The rewards are out there for you ... the rewards are greater than you can imagine.”
See photos from the event, including professional images of the hooding and presentation of diplomas, which are available for purchase from Uchida. Use your email address and the password "nslevents" to access the gallery.