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Deadline near for open Supreme Court applicants

Applicants who want to be considered for the Tennessee Supreme Court vacancy have until 4 p.m. on March 16 to submit applicant questionnaires to the Administrative Office of the Courts.

Applicants who previously submitted applications for this position – except those barred by the Tennessee Supreme Court decision in Bredesen v. Judicial Selection Commission – do not need to reapply. These applicants will be considered for the position unless they notify the Administrative Office of the Courts that they do not wish to be considered.

As of late Thursday afternoon, applications from these 16 candidates had been received by the AOC:

D'Army Bailey
Circuit Court Judge
30th Judicial District
Memphis, TN

Frank G. Clement, Jr.
Court of Appeals Judge
Nashville, TN

David O. Day
Attorney
Baxter, TN

Steve R. Dozier
Criminal Court, Division I Judge
Brentwood, TN

John T. Fowlkes, Jr.
Chief Administrative Officer
Memphis, TN

Sean Antone Hunt
Attorney, Spice Flynn & Rudstrom
Germantown, TN

William C. Koch, Jr.
Court of Appeals Judge
Nashville, TN

Andrei Ellen Lee
Administrative Law Judge
Secretary of State's Office
Nashville, TN

C. Creed McGinley
Circuit Court Judge
24th Judicial District
Savannah, TN

J.C. McLin
Court of Criminal Appeals Judge
Memphis, TN

Russell Taylor Perkins
Attorney General's Office
Whites Creek, TN

Nathan B. Pride
Attorney
Jackson, TN

Stephanie R. Reevers
Claims Commissioner
Antioch, TN

Lillie Ann Sells
Former Criminal Court Judge
13th Judicial District
Cookeville, TN

Steven R. Walker
Attorney
Memphis, TN

W. Mark Ward
Criminal Court Judge, Division 9
30th Judicial District
Memphis, Tennessee


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