During the 2013 Gate City Bar Hall of Fame Gala, held Nov. 2 at the Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead, three new members were inducted into the organization's hall of fame, and funds were raised for law school scholarships.
Georgia Lawyers for the Arts, a nonprofit that provides legal assistance and educational programming for the arts, held its 38th annual gala Wednesday at the King Plow Arts Center. The event drew artists, art patrons and Georgia attorneys.
Atlanta area graduates and friends of Auburn University attended a "Lawyers for Auburn" event Nov. 14, hosted by Warner, Bates, McGough, McGinnis & Portnoy.
Chattahoochee District Judge John Allen, who retired at the end of October after more than 25 years on the bench, was honored in his hometown with a reception at the Columbus Convention and Trade Center attended by about 300 people, including dozens of judges and justices.
Corporate legal departments from six companies in Georgia were honored Thursday, Nov. 21, at the Daily Report's second annual Legal Department of the Year Awards at the Ritz-Carlton Buckhead.
Almost 1,200 people registered for Saturday's Run for Justice, run through the streets of Oakhurst on a crisp fall morning.
The Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation held its 22nd annual Winetasting event Thursday evening at the High Museum of Art.
Thespian-oriented members of Atlanta's legal community held their dress rehearsal Wednesday for this year's Bard Show, and our photographer captured these scenes.
The family law firm of Warner, Bates, McGough, McGinnis & Portnoy hosted a Washington and Lee University networking event on Sept. 25. Douglas Ammar, a W&L alum ('89) and executive director of the Georgia Justice Project, delivered a short speech to attendees on the Justice Project's mission and the rewards of public service law.
The Georgia Association for Women Lawyers held its 18th annual event honoring women of the metropolitan Atlanta judiciary on Oct. 23 at the Capital City Club.