MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Former Jefferson County Circuit Judge
Kenneth Simon has been appointed to the University of South Alabama
Board of Trustees.
Gov. Bob Riley announced Thursday he was appointing Simon to
fill a vacancy on the board created by the death of Selma attorney
Simon received his bachelor's degree in 1976 from South Alabama,
where he was student government president. He received a law degree
from the University of Alabama in 1979 and was a Jefferson County
circuit judge from 1992 to 1996. He is currently a partner in the
Birmingham law firm of Christian & Small.
Simon's appointment must be confirmed by the Alabama Senate.
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