October 13, 2015
UGA Grad Picked as Next Vice Chancellor
Posted by Usha Rodrigues

Rarely do I get a scoop, but I found out about this at lunch today.  As I told Tamika, it might be the best lunch I've ever had.  Talking inside baseball politics with the awesome Bill Chandler and his delightful wife Gayle, AND learning that Delaware Governor has picked one of our grads to be the next vice chancellor of the Chancery Court?   Forget about it!   I am thrilled for Tamika, for UGA, and for Delaware.  

Update: I was 99% sure, and now can confirm that Tamika would be the first African-American to serve on the Chancery Court. From Law 360:

If confirmed, Montgomery-Reeves would be the first African-American judge and only the second woman to sit on the Chancery Court bench, where some of the nation's highest-octane corporate disputes are decided. Former Delaware Supreme Court Justice Carolyn Berger was the first woman confirmed to the court, in the mid-1980s, and about a decade later became the first woman to sit on the First State's high court.

We could not be more proud of her here at UGA Law!

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