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American Board of Criminal Lawyers Grants Lee Davis Fellowship
American Board of Criminal Lawyers Grants Lee Davis Fellowship

On October 10, 2019, the American Board of Criminal Lawyers (ABCL) met in Charleston, South Carolina and unanimously accepted Lee Davis as a Fellow. He was nominated by ABCL member Jerry Summers. “I’m grateful for this recognition and am humbled to be joining the ranks of ...

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