State Bar of Georgia Women & Minorities in the Profession Committee launches speakers clearinghouse


The State Bar of Georgia Women and Minorities Committee, chaired by Deborah Morris Danzig, has launched a speakers clearinghouse.

The Women & Minorities in the Profession Committee is committed to promoting equal participation of minorities and women in the legal profession. The Speaker Clearinghouse is designed specifically for, and contains detailed information about, minority and women lawyers who would like to be considered as faculty members in continuing legal education programs and provided with other speaking opportunities. For more information and to sign up, visit the signup page.

To search the Speaker Clearinghouse, which provides contact information and limited information on the legal experience of minority and women lawyers participating in the program, visit the search page.

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