TBA Law Blog


Posted by: Stacey Shrader Joslin on Sep 11, 2019

Three University of Tennessee College of Law alumni were recently honored at a university gala celebrating 225 years of “Volunteers lighting the way for others.” Among those honored were: Cheri Beasley (1991), chief justice of the Supreme Court of North Carolina and the first African American woman to serve in that role, who received the Distinguished Alumna Award; J. Reginald Hill (1980), chief compliance officer for LifePoint Hospitals, who was recognized with the Alumni Service Award; and Barbara “Sunshine” Parker (2014), director of human services in the Division of Public Health and Human Services for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, who received the Alumni Promise Award. Read more about their accomplishments in this press release from the law school.