IOLTA Program

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About the Program

The IOLTA (Interest On Lawyers’ Trust Accounts) program was established by the Tennessee Supreme Court in 1984, and the responsibility for its administration was assigned to the Tennessee Bar Foundation. The purpose of the program is to raise funds to be distributed, in the form of grants, to organizations in Tennessee that provide direct legal services to the indigent, to organizations that seek to improve the administration of justice and to students, in the form of scholarships, at the state-supported law schools. IOLTA has granted over $21,890,000 to providers of these services in the state.  Click on the links below for information about applying for a grant and for a list of current grant recipients.

IOLTA Grants