Court was a true gentleman who treated me with respect, even though I was a "lowly" new associate at the Boothe Prichard firm in the 1970's. I also have fond memories of our afternoons together on the tennis court; he was a gentleman who was also a fierce competitor! So sorry to learn of his passing. David Brewer
As a new young lawyer in the early 80's, I had occasion to be involved in a real estate transaction matter where Court Traver represented one of the parties. Initially, I was intimidated. He treated me as an equal, with dignity and respect, and we achieved a good outcome for our respective clients. For this young lawyer, he was a shining example of what this profession should aspire to.
Jerri and family
I first met Court during one of his "Day-Timer" seminars at the old courthouse in 1980, where he warned all of the impressionable young attorneys of the dangers of not having all your deadlines and appointments in one portable place. Those were the good old days of no personal laptops, no iPhones, no Blackberries, etc. I still use the same Daytimer today despite the technology, and often think of Court's words fondly when I use it. He was a gentleman, and a wonderful attorney, and will be missed by his colleagues in the Bar. My sincere condolences on your loss.
Please accept my sincerest condolences on your loss. I have only fond memories and high respect for Court.
Court was a gentleman and a scholar. Besides that he was a fun guy. We are all fortunate to have know him. Jimmy Pittleman