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Justices & Access to Justice

What do the rarefied halls of state supreme courts have to do with meeting the everyday legal needs of low-income residents of the state? In Tennessee, a whole lot. In our latest episode of The Witness, we hear from two justices of the Tennessee Supreme Court, former Justice Janice Holder and current Justice Connie Clark. They discuss the very active role that the Court plays in securing access to justice for the state's low-income population. Listen now.

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The Witness Episode 5: Tennessee Supreme Court Justices

Justice Janice M. Holder & Margaret Behm and Justice Cornelia Clark & Anne Louise Wirthlin

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