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Wells Gives Speech to Mobile Bar Association Women Lawyer’s Section

Judson Wells, Sr., a Carr Allison Shareholder and a retired Mobile County District Judge, gave a speech to the Women Lawyer’s Section of the Mobile Bar Association on February 16, 2016. Judge Wells spoke on the purpose and activities of the Mobile County Judicial Commission, a five person Commission that Wells serves as Secretary.

Judge Wells was appointed in early 2015 by Chairman Judge Charles Graddick to serve as Secretary of the Mobile County Judicial Commission. Wells was elected in 2013 by the members of the Mobile Bar Association to serve a six year term, 2013-2019, on the Mobile County Judicial Commission. Wells is a resident of Mobile, where he has lived since 1987.

When a vacancy occurs on the Mobile County Circuit or District bench due to the retirement or death of a judge during his or her term of office, the Mobile County Judicial Commission accepts applications from attorneys in good standing who are Mobile County residents. The Commission then nominates the top three candidates and submits those names to the Governor, who then appoints the judge from the three candidates. The Commission was very productive in 2015, selecting the top three candidates for three separate vacancies that arose in Circuit Court and District Court.

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