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Griffith selected to serve on Tennessee Intercollegiate Supreme Court

Alex Griffith, a sophomore Political Science and History major at Carson-Newman, has been appointed to the Tennessee Intercollegiate Supreme Court for 2013 by TISL Gov. Matthew Meinel after a merit-based application process.

The five-member Court settles legal and constitutional issues within TISLand presides over the Appellate Moot Court Collegiate Challenge. You can learn more about the Court at its website: www.TISCourt.org.

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