Meet ADLA’s Legislative Committees
Committees Chair Jonathan Hooks of Weinberg Wheeler Hudgins Gunn & Dial , Allen Estes of Balch & Bingham LLP, Ed Howard of Ford Howard & Cornett, P.C., Mary Margaret Carroll of Fine Geddie & Associates, Andy Rutens of Galloway Wettermark Everest & Reutens LLP, Miland Simpler of Ball Ball Matthews & Novak PA, and Jay Robinson of Frazer Greene.
ADLA receives and reviews proposed legislation that may impact (positively or negatively) the practice of law, the ADLA membership, and/or clients of the ADLA membership. ADLA and the Legislative Committee will, from time to time, circulate new or proposed legislation to the membership to keep all members abreast of current legislative issues and developments. Depending on the impact that proposed legislation may have on the practice of law, the ADLA membership, or clients of the ADLA membership, the Legislative Committee will involve the ADLA Board of Directors, membership, other lawyers, and/or other interested individuals and entities to work with legislators to promote or oppose certain legislation. Visit our Legislative page for timely updates. Please direct legislative inquiries to Jonathan Hooks at email@example.com.
Meet ADLA’s Education Committee
Committee Chair Ashley Crank of Watkins & Eager PLLC, Jeremy Richter of Webster Henry Bradwell Cohan Speagle & DeShazo PC, Pat Sefton of Sasser Sefton & Brown PC, & Craig Alexander of Rumberger Kirk & Caldwell. Members of the committee work with the president-elect to plan the CLE events at the Annual Meeting and other educational events throughout the year.
Meet ADLA’s Women in the Law Committee
WITL Section President Martha Thompson of Balch & Bingham LLP.
The Women in the Law engages female members of the association by promoting networking events, expanding educational opportunities, coordinating philanthropic outreach efforts as well supporting each other as they take on leadership roles inside and outside of the association. Visit our Events page for more upcoming events.