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Group Mentoring (October)
Original Program Date :
Length: 06:00


 

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Presiding:

 

Kellyn O. McGee, Director, Transition Into Law Practice Program, State Bar of Georgia, Atlanta, GA

 

 

8:00

In-Person Registration

 

 

8:45

WELCOME AND PROGRAM OVERVIEW

 

 

 

Julia D. Neighbors, ICLE Director, State Bar of Georgia, Atlanta, GA

 

Kellyn O. McGee

 

 

8:55

Pro Bono with the State Bar

 

Richard Harris, Director, High School Mock Trial, State Bar of Georgia, Atlanta, GA

 

Mike Monahan, Director, Pro Bono Resource Center, State Bar of Georgia, Atlanta, GA

 

 

9:55

Break

 

 

10:05

Wellness is Self-care: How Do You Take Care of Yourself?”

 

Alina Lee, Founding Partner, Your Ad Attorney, Atlanta, GA

 

 

11:05

Tips for the Law Firm GC

 

Jonathan Hawkins, Founder, Law Firm GC, Atlanta, GA

 

 

12:05

Lunch with sections

 

 

 

 

 

Program Coordinators:

 

Alista Hubbard, Programs Manager

 

Cheyenne Scipio, Program Coordinator

Mr. Richard Earl Harris, State Bar of Georgia
Mr. Michael Leo Monahan, State Bar of Georgia

Mike Monahan is an experienced public interest attorney and veteran access to justice professional. Mike has been a member of the State Bar of Georgia since 1989 and has for the past 25 years served a dual role as director of pro bono services for both the Georgia Legal Services Program and the State Bar of Georgia.  In 1997 Mike became one of the first state-level pro bono directors in the country to embrace and nurture the then nascent national access to civil justice movement. As the liaison to the State Bar of Georgia Access to Justice Committee he brings a unique perspective on access to justice in a role that combines the worlds of a conservative mandatory state bar association and on-the-ground legal aid.

Mike has served on several national task forces with the American Bar Association and the federal Legal Services Corporation and is a frequent speaker on access to justice and pro bono issues facing our society. In addition to the policy work, Mike spent the first eight years of his legal career representing migrant farmworkers in rural Georgia on agricultural wage claims, working conditions, and immigration and spent nearly two decades working with the state and national technology communities devoted to improving access to the law and to the courts through technology. Today, Mike is leading a complete transformation of Georgia Legal Services Program’s statewide pro bono unit to ensure it is responsive to the challenges and opportunities of a connected world.

In addition to his law degree, he has a B.A. and M.A. in Latin American Literature and Linguistics.

Mr. Jonathan Edward Hawkins, Law Firm GC (Hawkins), LLC

Jonathan Hawkins is a business lawyer for lawyers. He helps attorneys and law firm owners identify, understand, and navigate the legal, business, and ethics-related issues that stem from running a law practice. More specifically, he assists lawyers and law firms in starting law firms, law firm structuring, partnership agreements, lateral moves, separation agreements, law firm dissolutions, health crisis planning, and succession planning.

 

Ms. Kellyn O. McGee
Ms. Alina Lee, Your Ad Attorney, LLC

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