Macon Lawyer Mark Treadwell Nominated for MDGA Federal Judgeship

Macon attorney Mark Treadwell has been nominated by President Obama to fill a District Court vacancy in the Middle District of Georgia created by Judge Hugh Lawson’s taking of senior status. The Macon Telegraph reports that Mr. Treadwell was informed yesterday of his nomination.

Mr. Treadwell, a 1981 graduate of Mercer University School of Law, is a partner in the firm of Adams, Jordan & Treadwell, P.C. After graduation Mr. Treadwell worked for a large Atlanta firm before returning to Macon in 1985, where he has resided and practiced law. He is a fellow of the distinguished American College of Trial Lawyers and teaches as an adjunct Professor of Law at Mercer’s School of Law.

Mr. Treadwell’s firm’s website is here and his resume is here.

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