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February 5, 2016
MACON – Mercer University School of Law Dean Daisy Hurst Floyd today announced a $1 million commitment from L. Lin Wood, ’74 CLA and ’77 LAW, which will result in the creation of the L. Lin Wood Fund for the Enhancement of Mercer Law School.
Lin Wood Makes $1 Million Commitment to Mercer University School of Law
“Lin has used his legal talent and skills to make a meaningful difference in the lives of his clients and to seek justice, representing the best of the legal profession. His commitment recognizes the importance of a Mercer Law School education and our mission to prepare our students for lives of service and fulfillment as lawyers,” said Floyd. “This level of support for the law school will allow us to continue our legacy of service, innovation, and excellence for future generations of Mercer lawyers. We are deeply grateful for Lin's generosity.”
“Mercer Law School provided me with an excellent foundation for the exercise of the privilege of engaging in the practice of law to zealously pursue justice. As a result, I have been privileged to represent many unique and worthwhile clients for more than 38 years,” said Wood. “It is now my privilege to give back to Mercer Law School as an expression of my appreciation and more importantly, to support the school in its ongoing efforts to educate and train the next generation of lawyers essential to the continued viability of our system of justice.”
I learned today that my alma mater Mercer Law School was holding a Zoom conference call with faculty and students to discuss demands that my name be removed from a courtroom in the school. The school named the courtroom for me after I made a $1M donation to the school. I did not seek the recognition. I joined the call unbeknownst to the Dean, Cathy Cox. After she falsely slandered me, including references to my relationship with my children, I spoke up. I spoke truth. Judge for yourself after listening to my remarks.
originally posted by: ColeYounger
Cathy Cox, the school dean, is a typical dem who wants to censor and cancel anyone who disagrees with her.
Lin Wood has had an interesting career, no doubt. He should probably be more discreet with his conspiracy beliefs. He's like the Alex Jones of the legal community. His theories on Jeffrey Epstein are interesting!
I just found out recently that when Wood was a teenager, he came home from school, or a dance (cant remember)
and found his father had beaten Lin's mother to death. That's major trauma for anyone to go through, but for someone so young, I can't imagine!
originally posted by: queenofswords
It has substantially added to my respect for him. He is anything but crazy...He's brilliant, principled, and fearless. Not many men like him around anymore, imo.
originally posted by: NoCorruptionAllowed
originally posted by: Darth_Prime
People are still paying attention to this person
some people will fall for anything...
It's because some people appreciate and respect the truth.
include returning his $1 million donation
originally posted by: murphy22
a reply to: ColeYounger
"Trauma" doesn't always make a "victim". Good steel is forged with/by "trauma". Scientific fact!
Truth isn't always a "conspiracy".
All "conspiracy theories" are?.. Are just unanswered questions. Usually brushed aside by folks that are,(educated/trained to believe)..they have the answer and are worthy to "govern you".
"Conspiracy Theories" gave us "The Bill of Rights" and The C.O.T.U.S., . Made into "law"! People are actively working to abolish the law.
They're being called out for it. That's not a conspiracy. And calling it one? Doesn't create one.