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February 23, 2021
By Michele G. Moss, Johnson Moss Law Introduction This article discusses just a few of the many skilled African American scientists, mathematicians, inventors and engineers whose inventions and achievements still touch our everyday lives. Despite their prodigious achievements, their names remain hidden and largely unknown by most Americans. These African Americans, and countless more, should...
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Hon. Laurel Isicoff
By Chief Judge Laurel M. Isicoff, U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Florida We have long recognized that people who appear in court feel more comfortable if the person sitting on the bench is someone who looks like them. While in recent years more awareness has developed about diversifying the bench, that process...
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A profile on the Honorable Mary S. Scriven, U.S. District Court Judge for the Middle District of Florida Author: Utibe Ikpe, Meland Budwick Judge Mary S. Scriven’s mother forecasted her success. On the weekend Judge Scriven graduated from law school in 1987, her mother wrote her a letter, which expressed pride in her daughter’s accomplishments...
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February 1st marked the start of Black History Month, a month dedicated to pay tribute to the vast contributions African Americans have made to history and society and to acknowledge the challenges they faced in their diaspora. The Business Law Section remembers groundbreaking black lawyers such as Thurgood Marshall and his immeasurable strides for the...
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