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‘Let’s make it the best it can be’: Jefferson County Public Defender on his first year in office

http://www.al.com/news/birmingham/index.ssf/2017/11/confidence_in_the_office_jeffe.html Here is an interesting read concerning David Luker… follow the link above provided by Al.com.

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Segrest Announces Candidacy for Circuit Judge

Mike Segrest has announced that he has officially qualified for the seat of Circuit Judge for the 5th Judicial Circuit, Place Number 2. The 5th circuit is comprised Chambers, Macon, Randolph and Tallapoosa Counties. Mike is a resident of Shorter in Macon County with his wife Traci Hall Segrest and is the father of three; …

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BSL Alumni, Joe May, Kicks off Campaign to Become Bessemer Mayor

Bessemer, Alabama – Local educator and entrepreneur, Joe May, kicks off his campaign for the Mayor’s seat in Bessemer today. May was raised in the Bessemer area and has served the community in various capacities throughout the years. “My experience mentoring kids at Jess Lanier High School inspired me to do more,” said May, “I…

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Birmingham Bar Association’s Solo/Small Firm Section

Birmingham School of Law wishes to recognize the following alums for their contribution to and leadership of the Birmingham Bar Association’s Solo/Small Firm Section. These BSL alums were elected to their new positions last month at the annual BBA meeting. Congratulations to all! Chair: Cedrick Coleman Chair-Elect: Ross Kinder Board Member: Alan Duke Board Member:…

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Meet Your New Professor…

William Berry, J.D., L.L.M. – Environmental Law   William Berry will teach Environmental Law for the Spring semester at Birmingham School of Law. He currently has a general law practice but hopes to focus on writing conservation easements in the future. Berry received his Juris Doctorate from Birmingham School of Law in 2015. Three months…

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