Monthly Archives: December 2011

Tough on Crime, Smart on Crime

(The following President’s column appeared in the December 2011 issue of the Georgia Bar Journal.)
My first job after law school was as an assistant district attorney in the small town where I had graduated from high school. I was 26 but in blue jeans rather than a suit could have passed for a decade younger. … Continue Reading

40 productive years after quadriplegia

Today’s news in Atlanta includes an article about a man who had 40 years of productive life after an injury that left him a quadriplegic paralyzed from the neck down. Charlie Miller had just graduated from high school when he was shot in 1970.  When he was injured he had planned to go to college. … Continue Reading