2007-10-12 / News

Chief Federal Judge Joe Anderson's portrait unveiled

Several hundred well- wishers attended the unveiling of Chief Federal Judge Joe Anderson's portrait Wednesday evening, October 3, 2007, at the Columbia Museum of Art. After seven years as the chief federal judge, Anderson is returning to his full- time duties as a federal judge. The new chief federal judge is The Hon. David Norton.

The Hon. David Norton succeeds Judge Anderson as Chief Federal Judge for S.C. The Hon. David Norton succeeds Judge Anderson as Chief Federal Judge for S.C. Assistant U.S. Attorney Debbie Barbier recalls court appearances before Judge Anderson. Assistant U.S. Attorney Debbie Barbier recalls court appearances before Judge Anderson. The Hon.Matthew J. Perry, fellow federal judge, praises Judge Anderson. The Hon.Matthew J. Perry, fellow federal judge, praises Judge Anderson. The Hon. Karen Williams, Chief Judge of the U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, cites her shared S.C. heritage with Judge Anderson. The Hon. Karen Williams, Chief Judge of the U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, cites her shared S.C. heritage with Judge Anderson. Artist Michael delPriore and The Honorable Joe Anderson agree on success of portrait and model. Photos by John Temple Ligon Artist Michael delPriore and The Honorable Joe Anderson agree on success of portrait and model. Photos by John Temple Ligon Bill Simpson, defense attorney with Nelson Mullins, serves as the event's master of ceremonies. Bill Simpson, defense attorney with Nelson Mullins, serves as the event's master of ceremonies. Terry Richardson, plaintiff attorney, offers balance after Simpson. Terry Richardson, plaintiff attorney, offers balance after Simpson. S.C. Senator Vincent Sheheen (D-Camden) offers state perspective. S.C. Senator Vincent Sheheen (D-Camden) offers state perspective. S.C.'s U.S. Attorney Reginald I. Lloyd S.C.'s U.S. Attorney Reginald I. Lloyd Dottie Pratt, research associate professor at USC's history department, and her husband Jack Pratt, dean at USC School of Law, talk with guests about the law school's $90 million building fund. Dottie Pratt, research associate professor at USC's history department, and her husband Jack Pratt, dean at USC School of Law, talk with guests about the law school's $90 million building fund.

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