Five Came Back Alive

April 13, 2018 § 2 Comments

In April, 2007, five newly-minted Mississippi jurists descended on the unsuspecting National Judicial College (NJC) in Reno, NV, for the General Jurisdiction Course required by Mississippi law. They returned home after two weeks, and NJC has never been the same.

Front row, L to R: Chancellor Edward Fenwick (6th), Chancellor Neil Harris (16th) Back row, L to R: County Court Judge Allen Couch (DeSoto); County Court Judge Derrick Parker (Yazoo); Chancellor Larry Primeaux (12th)

 

 

 

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