Restoring the Citizenship of Black Creek tribal members

In 1979, a new tribal constitution made it more difficult to prove Creek ancestry. Black Creeks in particular found it almost impossible to claim the identity their ancestors and as a result, thousands lost their Creek citizenship. In August 2018, Solomon-Simmons – the lead attorney representing six named plaintiffs, including his grandmother – filed a lawsuit against the Muscogee Creek …

Law Is My Ministry, Justice Is My Passion!

Nothing better than having the opportunity and ability to #represent your client in a time of great need anywhere and anytime he need arises. “Law is my Ministry, Justice is my Passion!” #lawyers #blacklawyersmatter #law #justice

Being A Great Lawyer

They say a good lawyer knows the law, but a great lawyer knows the judge. Well I’m glad to know my #omegapsiphi Fraternity brothers Judge Carl E. Stewart, Chief Judge of the United States 5th Circuit Court of Appeals (left)  and Judge James E. Stewart Sr. (Right) who recently served on Louisiana’s Second Circuit Court of Appeal in Shreveport until …