McMillian Reflects, with Tips, on Year as Appellate Judge

Newest appeals court judge advises at bar section lunch: Don't try to persuade court by disparaging its judges

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It's been nearly a year since Carla Wong McMillian got the call. Then a Fayette County State Court judge, McMillian had been shortlisted for an opening on the state Court of Appeals, and interviewed for the job with Gov. Nathan Deal. She had a full docket of cases to handle, however, so she pressed on with her work.

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