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– Photos by John Meiu

The Wolverine Bar Association, Wolverine Bar Foundation, and Association of Black Judges of Michigan (ABJM) co-hosted their Annual Presidents’ Reception on Friday,?June 23, at the Masonic Temple in Detroit.

PHOTO #1: The event recognized the past year’s efforts of the associations’ presidents—(front row, left to right) ABJM’s Oakland County 46th District Court Judge Debra Nance and Wolverine’s Jehan Crump-Gibson of C&G Solutions PLC—and welcomed the incoming leaders—(back row, left to right) ABJM President Wayne County 36th District Court Judge Michael Wagner and Wolverine President Alex Simpson of Meijer.

PHOTO #2: Members of Wolverine Bar Association and Wolverine Bar Foundation in attendance included (front row, left to right) Wayne County Circuit Court Judge Craig Strong; Kim Ward; Jehan Crump-Gibson of C&G Solutions PLC; Diane Hutcherson of Hom, Killeen, Arene, & Bachrach; and Tiffany Boyd of City of Detroit Law Dept.; along with (back row, left to right) Nikkiya Branch of The Perkins Law Group PLLC; Alex Simpson of Meijer; Daimeon Cotton of Cotton Law Center PLLC; and Eric Mathis of MAHLE Industries Incorporated.

PHOTO #3: Members of the Association of Black Judges of Michigan in attendance included (front row, left to right) Wayne County 36th District Court Judges Patricia Jefferson, Pennie Millender, and Demetria Brue; Oakland County 46th District Court Judge Debra Nance; Wayne County 36th District Court Judge Michael Wagner; Michigan Court of Appeals Judge Karen Fort Hood; and Wayne County 36th District Court Judges Austin Garrett and Christopher Blount; along with (back row, left to right) Wayne County Circuit Court Judge Craig Strong; Wayne County Probate Court Judge Terrance Keith; Wayne County 36th District Court Judge Prentis Edwards Jr.; Oakland County Circuit Court Judge Denise Langford Morris; Wayne County Probate Court Judge David Braxton; and Michigan Supreme Court Justice Kurtis T. Wilder.

 

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