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The life story of a black attorney, who grew up in Birmingham during the Civil Rights Movement. He is the grandson of Luther L. Chambliss, reported to have been the first black law school graduate to have been admitted to practice law in Alabama. The author received a scholarship from a Quaker organization to complete his last 2 years of high school, while living with a wh The life story of a black attorney, who grew up in Birmingham during the Civil Rights Movement. He is the grandson of Luther L. Chambliss, reported to have been the first black law school graduate to have been admitted to practice law in Alabama. The author received a scholarship from a Quaker organization to complete his last 2 years of high school, while living with a white family in suburban Connecticut. The NY Times reported on his successful admission over vocal heated opposition to his attendance at the high school, located in the all white community. He then went on to Wesleyan University, where he became involved in the student protest movement. Taking a year off from college, he worked for an anti-poverty agency on the Lower East Side of New York City, became involved with the Black Panther Party and at the same time made many friends among the Jazz musicians in the community. Returning to Birmingham to obtain his undergraduate degree at the University of Alabama in Birmingham (UAB), he graduated from Harvard Law School and practiced law in Memphis, where he was the first black attorney in Tennessee to become a partner in a majority white law firm and was elected as the first black president of the Memphis Bar Association. Mr. Chambliss has practiced law in Memphis for more than 30 years.


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The life story of a black attorney, who grew up in Birmingham during the Civil Rights Movement. He is the grandson of Luther L. Chambliss, reported to have been the first black law school graduate to have been admitted to practice law in Alabama. The author received a scholarship from a Quaker organization to complete his last 2 years of high school, while living with a wh The life story of a black attorney, who grew up in Birmingham during the Civil Rights Movement. He is the grandson of Luther L. Chambliss, reported to have been the first black law school graduate to have been admitted to practice law in Alabama. The author received a scholarship from a Quaker organization to complete his last 2 years of high school, while living with a white family in suburban Connecticut. The NY Times reported on his successful admission over vocal heated opposition to his attendance at the high school, located in the all white community. He then went on to Wesleyan University, where he became involved in the student protest movement. Taking a year off from college, he worked for an anti-poverty agency on the Lower East Side of New York City, became involved with the Black Panther Party and at the same time made many friends among the Jazz musicians in the community. Returning to Birmingham to obtain his undergraduate degree at the University of Alabama in Birmingham (UAB), he graduated from Harvard Law School and practiced law in Memphis, where he was the first black attorney in Tennessee to become a partner in a majority white law firm and was elected as the first black president of the Memphis Bar Association. Mr. Chambliss has practiced law in Memphis for more than 30 years.

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