Columbia judge to lead state judicial conference

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Circuit Court Judge Robert L. Holloway Jr. of Columbia has been installed as incoming president of the Tennessee Judicial Conference.

He succeeds Criminal Court Judge James C. Beasley of Memphis.

The conference is made up of members of the Tennessee Supreme Court, Court of Appeals and Court of Criminal Appeals along with trial judges across the state. The mission of the conference is to enhance the professional and personal development of all Tennessee judges, encourage proactive efforts to preserve and improve the justice system, implement alternative ways to resolve disputes and develop visionary judicial leadership.

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