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Attorney Elected To Serve On Board of Trustees of the Eleventh Circuit Historical Society

The Eleventh Circuit Judicial Historical Society met in Savannah, Georgia to announce the approval of recently elected new Officers and Directors to serve on the Board of Trustees.

Michael N. Loebl, a partner at Fulcher Hagler LLP, has been approved to serve a 6-year term as Trustee of The Eleventh Circuit Historical Society.   The purpose of The Eleventh Circuit Historical Society is to keep a record of the history of the courts of the Eleventh Circuit as institutions and of the judges who have served these courts.  The U. S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit has jurisdiction over federal cases originating in the states of Alabama, Florida and Georgia.  The Trustees have the responsibility to preserve the courts’ heritage through the collection of portraits, photographs, video tape oral histories, documents and new articles, books, artifacts and personal memorabilia.

It’s a big responsibility and an honor to serve The Eleventh Circuit Historical Society as a Trustee.

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