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TN Supreme Court Justice Adolpho Birch Honored & Remembered
TN Supreme Court Justice Adolpho Birch Honored & Remembered

Racism Strengthened Birch’s Resolve to Excel in Law Funeral services for Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Adolpho A. Birch Jr. are Tuesday, Aug. 30, in Nashville. “The decision to go to law school and become a lawyer was made long ago. I never, never wanted to be anything ...

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Blog posts in August, 2011

  • Bart Quinn Named to Judicial Nominating Committee

    Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey today announced the appointment of J. Barlett Quinn of Chattanooga to the Judicial Nominating Commission. Mr. Quinn will fill ...

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  • Testimony Begins in University of the South Federal Case

    CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) — A former student at Sewanee: The University of the South testified Thursday that university leaders damaged his future when ...

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  • $3 Million Lawsuit Involving the University of the South Begins in Federal Court This Week

    An interesting case began in Federal Court this week involving Sewanee: The University of the South. The Plaintiff, John Doe, brings this suit against ...

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  • DUI Breath Test Results Challenged

    Intoxilyzer 5000 A Minnesota lawyer has challenged results to Intoxilyzer DUI breath test results. Attorney Ryan Pacyga contests the results of more ...

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  • Five Tobacco Companies Sue the FDA

    On Tuesday, five tobacco companies filed suit against the FDA in response to a new law which places graphic warning labels on cigarette packaging. ...

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  • AOC Receives Interpreter Grant Funding

    We came across a recent development regarding state funding for interpreters and wanted to share what it means. The Administrative Office of the ...

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  • Eleventh Circuit Finds Healthcare Law Unconstitutional--Breaks From Sixth Circuit

    The Eleventh Circuit ruled Friday that the health care law known as the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional. In a two-to-one opinion, the Eleventh ...

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  • The Use of GPS Tracking Devices Without a Warrant is an Upcoming Issue Before the U.S. Supreme Court

    Looking ahead at the next U.S. Supreme Court season, one important issue the Court will have to deliberate is whether law enforcement officers need a ...

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  • What's Next for the U.S. Supreme Court?

    An interesting article in the New York Times last week focuses on what lies ahead for the U.S. Supreme Court. Specifically, it focuses on the future ...

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