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When I was elected to the Fulton County Superior Court in 1988, I couldn’t rely on another woman, much less a Black woman, to be my mentor, as I was the first woman to serve as a judge in that courthouse.

At a mere 32 years old, I needed mentoring. I needed advice to navigate the courthouse, as would any new judge.

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