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Law Student Joe Curry Awarded Bradley’s 2023 Diversity Scholarship Bradley law firm awarded its 2023 2L Diversity Scholarship to University of Mississippi School of Law student Joe Curry. According to the firm’s press release, Bradley’s diversity scholarship is awarded to law students who reflect and promote diversity in the legal profession and who are traditionally underrepresented in the legal marketplace. Each scholarship includes a summer clerkship with the firm. Curry, from Stringer, Mississippi, will return to the firm’s Birmingham office as a summer associate in the summer of 2023. He is currently in the top 10% of his class. He is a member of the Mississippi Law Journal, Moot Court Board, Dean’s Leadership Council, and the Black Law Students Association. He is also a 2L senator for the Student Bar Association. 2020 Graduate Luke Phillips Cited by Justice Gorsuch in Opinion Luke Phillips, a 2020 graduate of the University of Mississippi School of Law from Cape Girardeau, Missouri, wrote a journal article that was cited by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch in an opinion in November. As a third-year law student, Phillips wrote the article “Chevron in the States? Not So Much,” while enrolled in a Constitutional Law seminar course taught by Professor of Law Christopher Green. The article was published in the Mississippi Law Journal in 2020. It was cited by Gorsuch in his dissent on Nov. 7, 2022 from the denial of certiorari in Buffington v. McDonough, Secretary of the Veterans Affairs, 598 U.S._(2022). Phillips is now an attorney in St. Louis, Missouri at Tueth Keeney Cooper Mohan & Jackstadt P.C.     10 

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