February 2016
February 27th
9 am to 1 pm
The Commons, First Congregational Church, UCC
125 Ellis St. Atlanta, GA 30303
Join in the first of a series of crucial conversations on race, law enforcement, and the law.

Registration & continental breakfast begin at 9:00 AM.
Participants are asked to stay for the entire session.
Breakfast and lunch free of charge.

Limited free parking is available behind the building.
Limited $6.00 parking is available in the church lot (105 Courtland St. NE-- entrance is on John Wesley Dobbs)
If traveling on MARTA- the exit is the Peachtree Center station.

Register Here by February 24th
March 3rd
7:30 am to 9 am
Jones Day
1420 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309
Cost $10

Hear a panel of in-house counsel from various well-known Atlanta companies/organizations discuss how their careers led them to their current positions as well as their pro bono work with Georgia Appleseed's projects.

Panelists include:

Matt Bozzelli:  Associate General Counsel and Assistant Secretary with Southern Company
Jeff Firestone:  Vice President; Global Head of Mergers & Acquisitions with UPS
Paula Frederick:  General Counsel with the State Bar of Georgia
Jessica McKinney:  Director of Contract & Risk  Management  with GE Energy
Southern Company honoree
2015 Good Apple Awards
April 20th
6:30 pm
The Stave Room

Georgia Appleseed's 2016 Good Apple Awards will honor the pro bono efforts and support of those who make our successes possible.

This year's honorees:
Individual honoree: Elizabeth V. Tanis, King and Spalding
Firm honoree: Nelson Mullins
Young Professional Council honorees:
"School Tribunal Team"- Alison Ballard, Eric Fisher, Craig Friedman, and Rachel Platt

Tickets available early March!
Race, Law Enforcement, and the Law Report: 
post-launch update

Georgia Appleseed is thrilled about the response to the launch of our most recent report. The media coverage has been excellent, and most importantly- the necessary conversations and discussions are starting.

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