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Monthly Archives: December 2013

Deadline Extended For January Appellate Practice Luncheon

Posted in News

On January 10, 2014, at noon, the Appellate Practice Section will host a luncheon at the Georgia Bar’s midyear meeting, at the Intercontinental Buckhead Hotel. The deadline for the early registration rate for lunch has been extended until January 1, 2014. The price for the luncheon until then will be $35. After that, the price… Continue Reading

Ct. of Appeals Judge Carla McMillian’s Ten Tips on Practice

Posted in Georgia Court of Appeals, News

Judge Carla McMillian’s campaign for re-election is in full swing. The Augusta press ran a full interview last month. And Judge McMillian took some time out to speak to the Appellate Practice Section’s monthly luncheon, where she reflected on a year on the Court and shared her top ten lessons and tips from her time as… Continue Reading

Sex Offender Classification: A New Sort of Appeal for a Brave New World

Posted in Administrative Appeals

In the past year, I have worked on a new category of appeal in an area that did not exist when I came out of law school and was in its infancy when I started focusing on appellate law. Those appeals have been in a Georgia administrative agency called the Sexual Offender Registration Review Board…. Continue Reading