Welcome to our seminar, Judge Tami Wells Thomas (March 13, 2023)
Tami Wells Thomas, Assistant Professor, Business & Social Sciences Department Tami Wells Thomas is an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice with the Business & Social Sciences Department of Perimeter College at Ge orgia State University. She received her B.A., from Denison University and her J.D, from University of Tennessee College of Law, where she completed a semester abroad in Cape Town South Africa. She also served as a community clinic legal volunteer and
interned with the Tennessee Legal Aid Society. After law school, Thomas has worked for over 23 years in a Bankruptcy and Insolvency Practice in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the Northern District and in the Middle District of GA. Thomas has been published in th e American Bankruptcy Institute. Thomas is also a parttime Magistrate Court Judge in Newton County, Ga, and has worked as a Guardian Ad Litem in domestic and probate matters. However, what Dr. Wells Thomas loves most is teaching and traveling. Thomas is a member of the Georgia Bar Association; she is also an active member of several philanthropic educational societies and has received awards for her community service
VICE PRESIDENT JOSEPH BIDEN: We know that it is – there is no silver bullet.
And as for when he’d make his proposal?
BIDEN: I’m shooting for Tuesday. I hope I get it done by then.
Bite the bullet
Shot in the dark
Shoot from the hip
Sonnet Man, Oxford Greer Forum, February 6
“Litany,” by Billy Collins (“It seems that many poets believe that the answer to the rather insulting question, ‘what do women want?’ is quite simple: ‘metaphor.’”)
Dave: “no birds”: