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Flashback Friday: March 13, 2015

Flashback Friday: March 13, 2015

#FlashbackFriday

This plaque honoring Warren Akin I is near the railroad depot in Downtown Cartersville, and he certainly made headlines in his day. Here, he’s called a “lawyer-minister-politician.” The elder Akin began practicing law in 1836, and argued the first case before the Georgia Supreme Court in 1848. He was an ordained Methodist minister and a Trustee of Emory College. From 1861 to 1863, he served as Speaker of the Georgia House of Representatives and as Confederate Congressman from 1864 to the end of the Civil War.

Lester Tate on Mega Firm Television Advertising

Lester Tate on Mega Firm Television Advertising

"I think one of the biggest things is that you're talking about lawyers who generate a high, high volume of cases, because you're selling your legal services the same way you sell Ginsu knives."

2014 WELTNER AWARD WINNERS

Lester Tate, Jeff Davis, Robert Ingram, Judge Brenda Weaver, Richard Hyde, Judge John Allen at the 2014 Weltner Dinner. Lester is part of the Georgia Judicial Qualifications Commission won the Weltner Award from the First Amendment Foundation for its opinion on open courts. Congratulations!

Read more here: http://www.gfaf.org/weltner-award/

FAMILY OF HELEN SHOOTING VICTIM WONDER IF HIJAB TRIGGERED INCIDENT

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT’S MAGISTRATE JUDGE MERIT SELECTION PANEL

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT’S MAGISTRATE JUDGE MERIT SELECTION PANEL

We’re very excited to announce that Lester Tate has been asked to serve on the United States District Court’s Magistrate Judge Merit Selection Panel for the Northern District of Georgia!