At 9 a.m. on Tuesday, February 2, 2021, the Trial Court Vacancy Commission will maintain a gathering in an effort to tackle filling the emptiness left by the Honorable Walter L. Evans upon his retirement from Chancery Courtroom, Half I of the thirtieth Judicial District of Shelby County.
Attributable to Covid-19, the listening to shall be held nearly, utilizing Zoom. It will likely be livestreamed to facilitate public viewing. Candidates have to be at the least 30 years of age, be licensed in Tennessee, have lived within the state for at the least 5 years, and reside within the Judicial District. Candidates should submit the unique signed utility, in addition to a digital copy, to the Administrative Office of the Courts by December 22, 2020.
Extra data on the listening to, together with the place and the way to watch it, is on the market on the Tennessee Courts web site.
Chancellor Walter L. Evans was initially elected in 1998 and re-elected in 2006. Previous to his tenure as Chancellor, he attended Howard College the place he earned his Bachelor’s diploma in structure in 1965 and his Juris Physician in 1968. He then attended Harvard College the place he graduated with a Grasp’s in Regulation in 1971. He was a Municipal Decide in Memphis from 1994 to 1998. Evans is a member of each Alpha Phi Alpha and Sigma Pi Phi fraternities, in addition to the Memphis Bar Affiliation, American Bar Affiliation, and Nationwide Bar Affiliation, Ben Jones Chapter. He additionally serves because the Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Magnolia First Baptist Church.
Miles Mason, Sr. provides, “I actually admire Chancellor Evans’ service to Tennessee. He gave everybody his greatest.” We want him an extended and comfortable retirement.