Supreme Court Plans Public Hearing And Interviews Of Attorney General Applicants

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

The Tennessee Supreme Court will conduct public hearings and interviews on Monday of the eight applicants for Attorney General and Reporter.

The meetings will be held in Nashville at Legislative Plaza, Room HR16, 301 6th Ave N, Nashville, 37243 starting at 9 a.m. CDT. Each candidate is required to speak on his own behalf for no longer than 10 minutes. Candidates may have others speak on their behalf, but the total time for each candidate and speakers cannot exceed 10 minutes. Candidates are not required to have someone speak on their behalf.

The hearing also will include the opportunity for any member of the public to express their opinions about the applicants.

The public hearing will be followed by public interviews of each of the candidates by the members of the Court. Each interview is expected to last approximately 15 minutes. The Court will conduct such additional proceedings as it deems necessary on Tuesday, September 9, 2014.

The candidates for Attorney General are:

Eugene N. Bulso, Jr., Brentwood

Robert E. Cooper, Jr., Nashville

Mark A. Fulks, Johnson City

William N. Helou, Nashville

James Douglas Overbey, Maryville

Herbert H. Slatery, III, Nashville

Andrew R. Tillman, Huntsville

William E. Young, Brentwood


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