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Thomas D. Hannahan

Writing & Bluebook Editor

Thomas Hannahan is a writing & Bluebook editor for the Cumberland Law Review.  He graduated summa cum laude from Auburn University in May 2021, where he majored in Psychology and minored in Philosophy.  


At the Cumberland Law Review’s Inaugural Colloquium, Thomas presented his Comment, "The Use and Abuse of Use," which explored the “in use” requirement in the Locomotive Inspection Act. His article will be published in Issue 1 of The Southern University Law Review’s 51st Volume.


Thomas also qualified as Scholar of Merit, receiving the CALI Award in Civil Procedure II, Evidence, Real Property, Business Organizations, Torts II, Constitutional Law II, Pre-Trial Practice, and Jurisprudence and the Foundation of Law.


In his free time, he can be found at Ohm Jiu Jitsu, Good People Brewing Company, and the standing desk on the third floor of the library.

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Hawkins v. Ivey: Alabama Supreme Court holds that the Alabama Constitution bars suit against Governor Ivey and Secretary Washington for discontinuing federal pandemic unemployment benefit.

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