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Jack Park
Jack Park is a solo practitioner of law with his office in Gainesville, GA, where he writes friend of the court briefs for conservative litigating foundations and does whatever other mischief he can. His prior experience includes service in the Alabama Attorney General’s office under Senator Sessions before his election to the Senate, Judge Bill Pryor before he became a judge on the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, and Troy King.
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