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R. Kelly is also being impacted by the novel coronavirus outbreak. The “Ignition” hitmaker was due to see his legal team last week at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Chicago after he was hit with new federal charges in New York, but lawyers were allegedly turned away by corrections personnel amid fears of furthering the spread…

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Rolling out hosted its inaugural “Justice for All” awards ceremony June 27, 2019, in the Atlanta City Hall Atrium. The event honored some of the top legal minds in metropolitan Atlanta. Honorees included lawyers Teddy Astin, Mawuli Davis, Lerae Funderburg, Jimmy C. Gardner, Keith E. Gammage, Gerald A. Griggs, Preston James IV, Jabari A. Jones, Julie Kert, David Mitchell,  Angelo Pinto, Shequel Ross, Tiffany…

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Keith E. Gammage is an Atlanta native and the solicitor general of Fulton County. He earned both his undergraduate and law degrees from Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. As the solicitor general, his office prosecutes misdemeanor offenses, including domestic violence, cruelty to children, impaired driving, elder abuse, and animal cruelty. Since taking office in…

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It may have appeared initially that Aretha Franklin hadn’t left any documents declaring her last wishes and how she wanted her assets divided when she passed away in August 2018. But the Queen of Soul’s family is now happy to discover that she left her will in a secret place. Lawyers have now revealed they uncovered three…

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Jussie Smollett — who is being investigated over reports he orchestrated an alleged homophobic and racist attack on himself — will not be returning to set to shoot the final two episodes of the series. The 36-year-old actor who plays Jamal Lyon on the show has been written out of the finale, as producers are keen to “avoid further disruption.”…

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Angela Bullard Davis is a program attorney for Minnesota Continuing Legal Education (CLE), a non-profit corporation dedicated to providing high-quality legal education to lawyers and judges at a reasonable cost. The Atlanta native relocated to combine her love for education and her passion for law in hopes to push continued legal education for attorneys and…

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The Wolverine Bar Association was established by African American attorneys who practice throughout the state of Michigan. The Wolverine Bar Foundation serves as the charitable arm of the Wolverine Bar Association. The foundation supports and creates programs that raise money to provide law students scholarship opportunities, pipeline programming that educates and host programs that educate…

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You might not have heard of the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys, but the organization has been active since 1981. It is a voluntary Bar Association of the some of the most powerful Black female lawyers and judicial officials in the state. The group concentrates its activities on the issues of women and children…

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The Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys, known as GABWA, installed its new officers for 2016. The event was held at Spelman College and featured powerful Black women who are at the top of their profession.

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Aside from providing outstanding legal services to its growing list of clients as one of the very few law firms owned and operated by Black women in the city of Chicago, Knight, Morris & Reddick Law Group can’t help but to stand out from its competition. Partners Keli Knight, Yondi Morris, and Jessica Reddick each bring both legal…

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Dr. Dre is denying rumors that he cheated on his wife with a voluptuous video vixen–and his legal team is taking action to make sure the rumors don’t get any more attention. TMZ reports that the hitmaking superproducer’s lawyers have issued a cease and desist order to TheDirty, a blog that posted articles claiming that Dre was planning to live his wife for model Kili Anderson.

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