Betty Dickey

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First woman Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Arkansas

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According to Wikipedia, Betty Dickey is the first woman to serve as the chief justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court. She was born in Black Rock, Arkansas on February 23, 1940, to Millard and Myrtle Clark. Dickey earned her Bachelor’s degree and Juris Doctor from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and Little Rock respectively. She initially worked as an educator before learning about the law in the office of her former husband Jay Dickey, Jr., Esq. In 1985, Dickey was admitted to practice law in Arkansas. She served as an Assistant City Attorney for Pine Bluff, Arkansas and the City Attorney for Redfield, Arkansas while developing her own private practice.

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