Faulkner Law Alumni Named to Alabama State Bar 2016 Leadership Forum Class

The Alabama State Bar recently named five Jones School of Law graduates to the 2016 Leadership Forum class.  Carmen Howell (JSL ’08), Lee Knowles (JSL ’03), J. Parker Miller (JSL ’08), J. Levi Nichols (’08), and Christopher Richardson (JSL ’10) were selected to join the group of thirty prominent attorneys throughout the state.

The first Leadership Forum class was selected in 2005. Since then, 318 participants have graduated from the program. Throughout the year, participants are trained in ethics, career development, servant-minded bar leadership, and community involvement.

Participants for the Leadership Forum are selected based on their demonstrated leadership skills and service to their communities. Candidates must have practiced law for at least five years, but no more than fifteen. Entry is competitive, with only forty percent of applicants receiving acceptance.

Faulkner University’s Jones School of Law congratulates these alumni for their outstanding accomplishment.

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