Tag Archives: state bar of georgia
Virtuous Lawyer Is Not an Oxymoron
Versions of this article were published by Ken Shigley as a president’s column in the Georgia Bar Journal (August 2011) and as the chairman’s column in the American Association for Justice Motor Vehicle Collision, Highway & Premises Liability Section Newsletter (Spring 2016).
James had great unrealized potential. Son of a minister in another Southern state, he … Continue Reading
State Bar President’s “Swan Song” – End of Year Report
This month’s issue of the Georgia Bar Journal includes my swan song (“End of Year Report”) which I delivered June 1, 2012, at the plenary session of the State Bar annual meeting in Savannah. For those who need somnolent bedtime reading, here is the text as edited and published
End of Year Report
Kenneth L. Shigley
The … Continue Reading
Georgia legislators’ proposal to tax legal services may have unintended consequences
The proposed tax on legal services in Georgia would have unintended adverse consequences on the justice system and the delivery of legal services.