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Carolyn Schott honored as “Attorney for Justice”

Tennessee Supreme Court and the Access to Justice Commission recently honored the pro bono work of attorneys, law students and law firms in Tennessee.  Carolyn Schott was recognized as “Attorney for Justice” for her pro bono work.  Read the article

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