Entries by Greensboro Bar Association

Herb Falk Society Induction

The Herb Falk Society honors those members of the Greensboro Bar Association who contribute at least 75 hours of pro bono service annually. The eleven individuals inducted for 2013 were recognized at the September member dinner at Starmount Forest Country Club. They are:

Barbara R. Christy – 118 hours

Locke T. Clifford – 79.1 hours

Robert C. Cone – 160 hours

Richard W. Gabriel – 98 hours

A. Holt Gwyn – 102.35

Eloise M. Hassell – 89.25

Jennifer L.J. Koenig – 220.4 hours

Emma C. Merritt – 80 hours

Parrish L. Peddrick – 92.8 hours

Eric A. Richardson – 122.35 hours

James H. Slaughter – 96 hours

 

 

 

 

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Triad Legal Geeks Meet-up

The Law Practice Management and Technology Section of the North Carolina Bar Association, in conjunction with the Greensboro Bar Association, is happy to announce that our next Triad Legal Geeks Meet-up is Tuesday, June 24th at Geeksboro Coffeehouse Cinema starting at 6:00 pm. Anyone who is a member of the Greensboro Bar Association or North Carolina Bar Association is invited.

We will be showing Merlin Mann’s Inbox Zero Google Tech Talk followed by a general discussion on handling e-mail and other electronic communications.

Please RSVP at http://www.eventbrite.com/o/nc-legal-geeks-6483542311

Jim Williams Receives Distinguished Service Award

Jim Williams

James T. Williams , Jr., a senior litigation partner at Brooks, Pierce, McLendon, Humphrey & Leonard LLP, was honored with the Greensboro Bar Association’s Distinguished Service Award at the Association’s April 2014 membership meeting. Established in 1993, the Distinguished Service Award recognizes lawyers with a deep devotion and constant commitment to the law, the administration of justice, the highest ethical principles, and a dedication to public service.

The award was presented by Reid Phillips. You may view his comments about Jim’s service HERE.…