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Brooklyn judge and Chief Clerk honored by Tribune Society

November 8, 2018 By Rob Abruzzese Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Chief Clerk Charles Small (second from right) was one of four honorees at the Tribune Society's 50th anniversary dinner. Pictured from left: Roderick Randall, Hon. Sylvia Hinds-Radix, Charles Small and Hon. Lawrence Knipel, administrative judge of the Brooklyn Supreme Court, Civil Term. Photos courtesy of the Tribune Society

The Tribune Society of the Courts in the state of New York held its 50th anniversary awards dinner on Thursday, Nov. 1 at Marina Del Rey in the Bronx, where they honored four, including Brooklyn judge Hon. Sharen D. Hudson and Chief Clerk Charles Small, of the Supreme Court, Civil Term.

In addition to Judge Hudson and Small, the society also honored Hon. Kathie E. Davidson, administrative judge for the 9th Judicial District, and Major Ernest L. Owens, from the Queens County Supreme Court, Civil Term.

The Tribune Society is a fraternal organization of African Americans and other minority personnel within the court system. It often speaks out against injustice and advocates for progressive issues concerning the courts and legal community.