Monday, October 9, 2000 WRITER: Jenny Bogan, (706) 542-5172 CONTACT: Kathy Pharr, (706) 542-5172, firstname.lastname@example.org UGA LAW STUDENTS AWARDED PRESTIGIOUS JUDICIAL CLERKSHIPS Athens, Ga. - Twelve members of the University of Georgia School of Law\u27s Class of 2001 have been named to prestigious federal judicial clerkships, and will begin working with the judges after their graduation in May 2001. Associate Professor Richard Nagareda, chair of the Faculty Subcommittee on Judicial Clerkships, calls the clerks \u22wonderful ambassadors\u22 of the law school to the leading judges in the country. \u22The clerkship application process is becoming increasingly competitive,\u22 said Nagareda. \u22But our students have continued to secure these prestigious positions. In fact, we regularly hear from judges that our students often are better prepared for the \u27hands-on\u27 legal work of a clerkship than students from the top private law schools in the land. That is a tremendous credit to our faculty and something that will contribute to the continued success of UGA clerkship applicants in the future.\u22 They are: Ann Carson Alias of Atlanta - Judge Jack T. Camp, Northern District of Georgia - Atlanta; Robert L. Anderson of Huntsville, Alabama - Chancellor William B. Chandler, Delaware Chancery Court - Georgetown, Delaware; Cindy M. Andrist of Martinez - Judge Frank Mays Hull, 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals - Atlanta; Jennifer Auer of Eastman - Judge Anthony A. Alaimo, Southern District of Georgia - Brunswick; A. Franklin Beacham III of Statesboro - Judge Harold L. Murphy, Northern District of Georgia - Rome; Charles J. Bethel of Dalton - Judge Charles A. Pannell, Jr., Northern District of Georgia - Atlanta; Samuel C. Burch - Judge Duross Fitzpatrick, Middle District of Georgia - Macon; W. Michael D\u27Antignac - Judge William T. Moore, Jr., Southern District of Georgia - Savannah; Mace E. Gunter of Milledgeville - Judge Dudley H. Bowen, Southern District of Georgia - Augusta; Eleanor A. Mixon - Judge Dudley H. Bowen, Southern District of Georgia - Augusta; James L. Roberts - Judge Anthony A. Alaimo, Southern District of Georgia - Brunswick; G. Gardiner Thompson - Judge Emmett Ripley Cox, 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals - Mobile, Alabama. #
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