"Learn about issues focusing on child support and custody at the Genesee County Bar Association's free community seminar from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Nov. 15 at the Flint Public Library, 1026 E. Kearsley St. Call the Genesee County Bar Association at (810) 232-6000 or register at www.gcbalaw.org. Seating is limited. Brought to you by the attorneys of the Genesee County Bar Association in collaboration with the Flint Public Library and Legal Services of Eastern Michigan."
Mahala Ashley Dickerson (1912-2007) was the first black female attorney admitted to the Alabama and Alaska bar associations. During her long legal career, she was known as an advocate for the rights of the poor and underprivileged, women, and minorities. In 1983 Dickerson became the first African American president of the National Association of Women Lawyers. In 1995 the National Bar Association honored Dickerson by presenting her with the Margaret Brent Award..
Congratulations on earning your J.D.! We are pleased to offer you free membership to the American Bar Association in recognition of your achievement. Your membership as a graduate will extend through August 31, 2013.†
Personal Injury Claims What is a typical personal injury case? Automobile accidents, the area in which most personal injury actions arise, provide a good example of how the tort system works. You have a negligence claim in a "fault" state if you are injured by a driver who failed to exercise reasonable care, because drivers have a duty to exercise reasonable care anytime they are on the road. When they breach that duty and your injury results, personal injury law says you can recoup…
Of females killed with a firearm, almost two-thirds were killed by their intimate partners. The number of females shot and killed by their husband or intimate partner was more than three times higher than the total number murdered by male strangers using all weapons combined in single victim/single offender incidents in 2002.
Paulette Brown is the first black woman to lead the 400,000 - member American Bar Association, which until 1943, did not allow African-Americans to join. She is a graduate of Howard University and Seton Hall Law School. #BlackHistory
Ryan M. Scanlon earned his undergraduate degree in finance from Fairfield University and his law degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 2008. He is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania and in the Middle District of Pennsylvania. He is also a member of the Lackawanna Bar Association. Mr. Scanlon works exclusively in our Scranton office serving workers’ compensation clients in the surrounding area.