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Holloman Joins NMJC as General Counsel

Holloman Joins NMJC as General Counsel photo 12/8/2017 4:16:30 p.m. - Hobbs, NM.  

New Mexico Junior College has named Scotty Holloman as General Counsel/Executive Director of Administrative Services. Holloman will begin at the college January 8, 2018.

“Scotty Holloman has been NMJC’s counsel for several years, on a contract basis,” said Dr. Kelvin Sharp, President of the college. “His agreeing to work full-time at NMJC will not only be a significant savings to the college, but will also fill a void we have had, with his skills and experience in administration and the law. His previous knowledge of our day-to-day operations will make the transition smooth as he begins his work at NMJC.”

Holloman was shareholder, director and president of Maddox, Holloman & Moran PC in Hobbs, NM, where he specialized in business and oil and gas, and handled the firm’s business-oriented litigation practice. He also has significant estate planning experience.

As General Counsel/Executive Director of Administrative Services at NMJC, he will serve as legal advisor on student and human resources matters, including compliance of federal and state laws and regulations; serve as senior human resources officer for NMJC; develop and maintain college policies and procedures; and other duties.

“I am excited to join New Mexico Junior College and its leadership team,” said Holloman. “I have great respect for the mission of the college, and its impact in the community.  It is an honor to become part of such a well-established institution.”

Holloman attended Texas Tech University, where he received his B.B.A. in Accounting, and his Doctor of Jurisprudence law degree. He was admitted to practice law in Texas in 1983, and in New Mexico in 1984, at which time he joined the Maddox law firm. He is a member of the State Bar Real Property, Trust and Estate Section, and the State Bar Business Law Section. He served as president of the Lea County Bar Association. From 2009-2012, he served as the out-of-state liaison to the State Bar of Texas Board of Directors.  He recently completed service as President of the New Mexico Bar Association.

Holloman is married to Terry Holloman, a professor of reading and writing at NMJC. They have three children: Aaron and wife Kelli; Emily; and Jacob and wife, Lacey of Midland, Texas, and four grandchildren: Simon, Owen and Annie of Roswell and Fern of Midland.


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