Judge Campbell: Serving Was 'Greatest Honor'

An overflow crowd gathered Friday afternoon at the Nashville federal courthouse to witness the unveiling of the courtroom portrait of retired U.S. District Judge Todd D. Campbell. Judge Campbell told the crowd that the opportunity to serve the nation, first in the White House as counsel to Vice President Al Gore and then as U.S. District Judge, was the greatest honor of his life. The ceremony was presided over by Chief Judge Waverly Crenshaw and the portrait was painted by Michael Shane Neal.

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