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Adjunct of American Indian Law

Samford University


Sheriff

County


Judge

County


Associate Editor and A Note Editor

Michigan Law Review


President

Native American Bar Association


Vice-Chair of the Minority Counsel Program

Commission on Racial and Ethnic Diversity


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www.gardnermiddlebrooks.com

Samuel HillSamuel M. Hill works in the firm's Birmingham office.He practices in the areas of personal injury litigation, general corporate and appellate litigation, and represents clients in complex litigation in state and federal courts.He also serves as mediator in private actions. Born in 1962, Sam was educated at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he was a Johnston Scholar and was selected to join Phi Beta Kappa.He competed in public speaking competitions and earned the title of national championship.Sam attended law school at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, where he served as an Associate Editor and a Note Editor of the Michigan Law Review.He received the Bodman-Longley Award in recognition of his scholastic record.Prior to entering the practice of law, he served a judicial clerkship with Judge Samuel J. Ervin, III, of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. Sam has participated in trials in both state and federal courts and appellate practice before the United State Supreme Court, including the BMW v. Gore matter.He serves as Tribal Judge for the Mowa Band of Choctaw Indians in Mobile, Alabama, serves as an adjunct of American Indian Law at Samford University's Cumberland School of Law and currently serves as the President of the Native American Bar Association.He also serves as the Vice-Chair of the Minority Counsel Program, a constituent program of the Commission on Racial and Ethnic Diversity in the Profession of the American Bar Association. Sam Hill photo


www.vtfoodbank.org [cached]

Around the holidays, Washington County Sheriff Sam Hill and his staff brainstormed how they could reach out to their community.
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Samuel Hill, a Judge of the County Court, and of the Guilford Probate Court from 1740 till his death in 1752.


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SAMUEL M. HILL
Samuel M. Hill, began concentrating in class litigation in 1994. He has served as class counsel in numerous nationwide cases and is actively involved in class actions emanating from the Firm. Sam continues to represent companies and individuals in non-class related issues, as well. Sam practices in the areas of TCPA ("Junk Fax") litigation, taxation, personal injury, food products, general corporate and appellate litigation, and represents clients in complex litigation in state and federal courts. He has also served as a mediator in private actions. Sam received his undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he was a Johnston Scholar. A graduate of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, he served as an Associate Editor and a Note Editor of the Michigan Law Review. He received the Bodman-Longley Award in recognition of his scholastic record. Attorney Samuel M. Hill Phone: (205) 985-5099 Fax: Mr. Hill is admitted to practice in the United States Supreme Court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit and the U.S. District Courts for the Southern, Northern and Middle Districts of Alabama.


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Ronnie Brooks and Larry Smith who are running for Mayor, Sheriff Guy Buck, Judge Van McMahan and Terry Wood, who are running for General Sessions Judge, Sammy Hill and Harvey Neal Smith, who are running for Road Commissioner, and Jarrell Stanfield, who is running for reelection to the school board, were all there.
Also present were Selmer Mayor John Smith, Sheriff Guy Buck, General Sessions Judge Van McMahan, Circuit Court Clerk Byron Maxedon, Road Commissioner Harvey Neal Smith, school board member and candidate for County Mayor Larry Smith, Road Commissioner candidate Sammy Hill, former County Mayor and Executive Director of the Southwest Human Resources Agency, Mike Smith, King's family and friends.


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