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Family Law Section’s CLE Program Praised

In October, the DeKalb Bar Association’s Family Law Section presented its Third Annual CLE on Advanced Custody Litigation. Attendance was sold out! Held at the State Bar headquarters, the day-long program offered an impressive 7.5 CLE credit hours.

Alice W. Limehouse and Georgia Lord co-chaired the program. Attendees enjoyed the breadth and depth of the topics presented, which included:

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President’s Letter: Standing on the Soapbox for Professionalism

By Darren Summerville
President, DeKalb Bar Association
summervillefirm.com

I had planned to pen my inaugural column – an electronic soapbox of sorts, as the incoming president of the association – about a subject quite dear to me: the need for a renewed emphasis on professionalism within the legal community. Then Charlottesville happened. I suspect that everyone reading this has at least a decent idea what actually occurred, though the warring partisan circles and media filters have not particularly emphasized a fair distillation of events. I’ll see if I can improve upon that showing.

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Family Law CLE: ‘Not Your Everyday Custody Case’

Advanced Issues Facing Custody Litigators and Guardians ad Litem

October 6, 2017 │ 7.5 CLE Hours

$150 for members of the DeKalb Bar Association Family Law Section
$170 for non-members or on-site registration
$75 for Legal Aid / legal services / court staff / law students (mail-in registration)

Register at dekalbbar.org

Presented by The DeKalb Bar Association Family Law Section 
Alice Limehouse and Georgia Lord, Program Co-chairs
State Bar of Georgia Conference Center, 104 Marietta St., NW, Atlanta, GA 30303

Here is the program outline for the day:

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June Luncheon Recap

The DeKalb Bar members luncheon in June closed out an outstanding year. Mike Prieto, president of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association was the speaker. Judge J.P. Boulee presided over the swearing-in of the 2017-2018 DeKalb Bar Association board, and new…

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