“Operating in the Spirit of Cooperation, Leadership, Hospitality and Service” Established in 1948, the Gate City Bar Association is the oldest African American Bar Association in the State of Georgia. The Gate City Bar Association was organized by ten African American lawyers to provide the educational, social and community involvement of a professional association for African American lawyers, who had been excluded from participating in the segregated bar associations in Atlanta and throughout the State. The paralegal section was established in 2005 by Clarence R. Johnson, Jr. As former Gate City Bar Association President, Clarence Johnson recognized that paralegals and legal assistants are not only an integral part of the legal practice, but we are the nuts and bolts that keep a law firm churning. It was those qualities and his passion that led to the formation of the Paralegal Section. Our event is not a profit-making venture for legal professionals. It is hosted solely with the intention of providing a quality event for legal professionals and the community, and introducing others to this exceptionally area.
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