Join the Greensboro Bar Association and the Guilford County Association of Black Lawyers at our joint outing, attending the musical “Memphis” at Community Theatre of Greensboro. Friday, September 20 Pre-show cocktail reception at The Studio at CTG (next to theater) at 6:30. “Memphis” at 7:30. From the underground dance clubs of 1950’s Memphis, Tennessee, comes the Tony and […]
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Greetings! It is hard to believe that our meeting year is almost over. As they say, “all good things must come to an end.” I would like for you all to know that it has been a pleasure to serve as your president this meeting year. After the loss of my husband in May of […]
Approved April 10, 2019 Nicole Sarah Mueller Legal Aid of North Carolina Endorsed by Edward R. Sharp
Today we hear about fraud from every direction. We stay on high alert for scams concerning our work email or fraud on our personal debit or credit cards. For the second time in six months, my bank has sent me a text message alerting me to fraud on my debit card. When I check my […]
As we wrap up the year, we want to thank those of you who have been faithful in attending the YLS events. We encourage those of you who have been missing to make a return next year and we hope you will bring new attorneys to help them find their roots in the legal community […]
The Human Race was a great success. Twenty two GBA members walked in the April 27th 5K event organized by the Volunteer Center of Greensboro. Many others donated which spurred us to raise over $2,100 for non-profits in Greensboro.
There had been rumblings about who would win the Second Annual Bar Association Trivia Battle. At the High Point Bar Association Meeting, they mentioned at every meeting how they would keep the trophy at home.
Congratulations to Guilford County Public Defender Fred Lind, who was honored with the prestigious Caswell Award in recognition and appreciation for 45 or more years of dedicated, extended service to the State of North Carolina.
Four attorneys from Black, Slaughter & Black have been named to the 2018 North Carolina Pro Bono Honor Society: Emily Meister, Jennifer Ruby, Jim Slaughter, and Harmony Taylor. The Greensboro Bar Association is pleased to recognize their service.