The Anti-Defamation League invites you to join us as we honor
The 20th Annual Jurisprudence Luncheon
For 103 years, the Anti-Defamation League has led the fight against racism, bigotry, intolerance and anti-Semitism and for 50 years the Southeast Region of the ADL has recognized leaders in the legal community fighting for civil rights across our region
Wednesday, March 1, 2017Four Seasons Hotel
75 Fourteenth Street
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
11:30 – Registration
12:00-1:30 – Program
To register and join ADL Southeast Club program please contact Jackie Beres at 404-262-3470 or JBeres@adl.org
*Club membership begins at $2,500 ($1,250 for under 35)
Individual Tickets are available for $125 per person.
For more information: http://atlanta.adl.org/jp2017/
Join us for the happy hour kickoff of our 2017 Stonewall Law Student Mentorship program. Interested law students will be matched with a practicing Stonewall lawyer.
In addition to submitting your RSVP using the button at left, please complete one of the Mentorship Program registration forms below and email back to Stonewall by Sunday, February 26.
SBA Mentor Registration Form.pdf
SBA Mentee Registration Form.pdf
Questions? Contact Barret Broussard or Molly O'Connor.
Location: Arnall Golden Gregory LLP
171 17th Street NW, Suite 2100
Atlanta, GA 30363
Time: 6:15 pm--7:15 pm
Please RSVP to Misty Peterson at email@example.com on or before the date of the meeting if you plan on attending in person.
The meeting dates are as follows:
Please contact Misty Peterson (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Brandon Goldberg (email@example.com) with any questions.
Join the Communications committee to help publicize Stonewall events to the broader community.
We meet via phone conference every other month and will be meeting the following days for 2017:
For call-in info, please email co-chair Ansley Sluss (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Location: ROXX Tavern
1824 Cheshire Bridge Rd NE
Atlanta, GA 30324
Time: 7 pm--8 pm
Please RSVP to Molly O'Connor at email@example.com on or before the date of the meeting if you plan on attending.
The meeting dates are as follows:
Please contact Molly O'Connor (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Barret Broussard (email@example.com) with any questions.
Emory's annual Out in Law Networking Night will be Thursday, March 16, at 6:00 p.m. in Room G575 of Gambrell Hall.
Out in Law is designed to connect queer law students and pre-law undergraduates with "out" practicing attorneys in the Atlanta area. This year, Out in Law will be set up as a speed-networking event to encourage conversations between students and attorneys.
Please RSVP to attend Out in Law here: http://bit.ly/EmoryOUTinLAW.
Join Stonewall and each of the volunteer bar associations that make up the Multi-Bar Leadership Council for this fun, family-friendly tradition at Grant Park!
Cook-off competition will begin at 1pm
This event fulfills MBLC’s founding purpose of fostering relationships among our member bar organizations. Come taste the cook-off entries from the 16 member organizations! Prizes will be awarded for the cook-off competition.
MBLC Member Participants & Attendees:
The 2017 theme provides the opportunity to explore the many ways that the Fourteenth Amendment has reshaped American law and society. Through its Citizenship, Due Process and Equal Protection clauses, this transformative amendment advanced the rights of all Americans. It also played a pivotal role in extending the reach of the Bill of Rights to the states. Ratified during Reconstruction a century and a half ago, the Fourteenth Amendment serves as the cornerstone of landmark civil rights legislation, the foundation for numerous federal court decisions protecting fundamental rights, and a source of inspiration for all those who advocate for equal justice under law.
Inaugural LGBT Forum – May 2-3, 2017 in San Francisco:
Join the ABA at the first annual LGBT Forum, May 2-3, 2017 in San Francisco, CA to learn the latest developments in all aspects of legal issues that impact the LGBT community.
Two major plenary sessions are planned with leading activists and politicians who have been on the forefront of LGBT legal issues and general counsel who have navigated their way to the top. There will be several breakout sessions focusing on issues such as religion and LGBT rights, transgender employment issues, class actions suits since Obergefell, free speech, LGBT family law issues, and many more. The meeting will feature high quality programming and will attract civil and criminal litigators, family law practitioners, and in-house counsel from all over the United States. We have even planned an LGBT Forum luncheon during the last day of the Forum before the Section of Litigation Annual Conference that will feature marquee speakers.
The Forum will help you develop your practice through:
Register here today (registration for the Forum alone is only $175; Registration for the Section Annual Conference also includes access to all LGBT Forum programming.): http://www.americanbar.org/groups/litigation/events_cle/lgbt_forum.html
For more information: http://www.av200.org
For more information: http://www.prideaugusta.org/
The National LGBT Bar Association Presents:
29th Annual Lavender Law® Conference & Career Fair.
For more information: http://lgbtbar.org/annual/program/schedule-at-a-glance/