The Bulletin Board

November 2004
Tennessee Bar Journal;Nov2004, Vol. 40 Issue 11, p8
Presents a bulletin board showing information about job changes, awards, and work-related news in Tennessee. Publication of John Taylor Moses' novel "No Ceremony"; Collaboration of Toni Campbell Parker with the Mississippi law firm of Myers & Parker PLLC; Selection of Dawn Coppock as the recipient of the "Congressional Angels in Adoption" award.


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