About 500 people gathered last week in Atlanta for the State Bar of Georgia’s three-day symposium on the U.S. Constitution. The event included discussions and debates, speeches by historians and a Supreme Court justice, and a reenactment of the 1972 Supreme Court argument in a death penalty case.
Display of Gordon Parks’ photos in reception room is just the latest in a rotating series of shows by a law firm that takes art seriously
The Daily Report honored authors of its new book titles Tuesday night at an event held at the offices of Bondurant, Mixson & Elmore.
Retired from King & Spalding, Dwight Davis splits his time between teaching law at Mercer and tending to his pecan farm
John Monroe taught himself woodworking after he bought a Victorian house in need of renovation. Now the civil rights litigator says it’s a hobby that relaxes him.