Gate City Names Four Atlanta Lawyers to Its Hall of Fame

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The Gate City Bar Association has named four inductees for its 2015 Hall of Fame: Emmet Bondurant of Bondurant, Mixson & Elmore, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Alford Dempsey Jr., Sam Matchett of King & Spalding and Michael Thurmond of Butler Wooten Cheeley & Peak.

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  • Harold Michael Harvey

    It is good to see that the Gate City Hall of Fame that I institute during my tenure as President of the Gate City Bar Association in 1997 is still going strong. Also good to see that Emmet Boudrant will be inducted into the Hall. Back in 1997 when I appointed Atlanta Judicial Circuit Superior Court Judge Jack Goger to the Board of Directors I was soundly criticised by the Board for including a white person. I am happy to see that this great Bar Association has moved beyond race.

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