Tuesday, April 3, 2012

A Feature in "The Cumberland Lawyer"

This Spring, Cumberland School of Law is celebrating fifty years at Samford University in Homewood, Alabama. In Cumberland's alumni magazine, "The Cumberland Lawyer," they selected a student, an alumna, and a professor to depict their respective Cumberland experiences through photographs; I am the student. Below are the photographs I submitted.

The Break Room
A scene that's become all too familiar over the last three years
Lucille Beeson Law Library, affectionately known as "Lucille" by her faithful patrons
Offices of the "Journal of Trial Advocacy"
Stained Glass at Reid Chapel, from which much prayer and supplication is heard.


  1. These are amazing pictures!!!

  2. Good stuff, bro. I didn't know that you took these pictures.

    1. Thanks. My only disappointment with the article was that it didn't specify who took what photos.


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