Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP is pleased to announce that J. Douglas Minor Jr., a partner in the Jackson office of Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP, has been appointed to the American Bar Association Standing Committee on the Federal Judiciary.
The FJC evaluates the professional qualifications of all nominees to the U.S. Supreme Court, circuit courts of appeals, district courts (including territorial district courts), and the Court of International Trade. The committee’s goal is to support and encourage the selection of the best-qualified persons for the federal judiciary. Committee members are appointed by the president of the ABA based on their reputations for professional competence, integrity and devotion to public service.
Over his more than 20 years as a litigator, Minor has experience in a wide variety of areas, including class actions, unfair competition, consumer fraud, and investment fraud actions. He has supervised litigation throughout the Southeast on behalf of several national lenders and mortgage servicers, as well as two national life/health/disability insurance companies. He has also argued appeals before the United States Courts of Appeal for the Second, Fourth and Fifth Circuit Courts. Minor is a past chair of the Litigation Section of the Mississippi Bar, and he is a certified instructor for the National Institute of Trial Advocacy. He frequently lectures at CLE seminars on topics related to the litigation process, including settlement conference and mediation strategy, conflicts of interest and social media. He has been recognized by Chambers USA since 2007, and The Best Lawyers in America and Mid-South Super Lawyers since 2011 in the areas of general and commercial litigation, and he was named Best Lawyers’ 2017 “Lawyer of the Year” for real estate litigation.
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