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13 Jan

Alabama State Bar Announces 2016 Leadership Forum Class Members

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MONTGOMERY – The Alabama State Bar on Tuesday announced the names of the 30 attorneys selected as members of the 2016 Leadership Forum Class 12. Created in 2005, the bar’s Leadership Forum has produced 318 graduates.  Participants will undergo a rigorous education and training process focusing on servant leadership, ethics and career development. Candidates are required

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01 Oct

Alabama State Bar Celebrates Pro Bono Month

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ALABAMA STATE BAR FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2015 Alabama State Bar Celebrates Pro Bono Month MONTGOMERY – The Alabama State Bar on Thursday announced that the month of October 2015 has been designated as Pro Bono Month in the state of Alabama by issue of a proclamation from Governor Robert Bentley. Pro Bono Month

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20 Jul

Alabama State Bar Announces 2015 Award Recipients

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MONTGOMERY – The Alabama State Bar on Saturday during the 2015 Annual Meeting announced the recipients of several awards honoring members of the legal profession: Judicial Award of Merit – Hon. J. Langford Floyd The Judicial Award of Merit is the highest honor given by the Alabama State Bar to a sitting judge, whether state

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20 Jul

Lee Copeland Installed as 140th President of Alabama State Bar

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MONTGOMERY – The Alabama State Bar on Saturday swore in Montgomery attorney Lee H. Copeland as the 140th president of the 17,700-member organization. “I’m honored to have the opportunity to serve as the next president of the Alabama State Bar,” said newly-installed President Lee Copeland of Copeland Franco Screws & Gill, P.A. (Montgomery). “I look

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30 Apr

Alabama State Bar Holds Annual Law Day Ceremony and Competition

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 2015 MONTGOMERY – The Alabama State Bar on Thursday held its annual Law Day ceremony and awards presentation announcing the winners of the 2015 student competition. This year, more than 400 entries were received from students across Alabama in three categories: posters, essays and social media. Submissions focused on

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