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Firm Legacy of Servant Leadership Continues

Birmingham, AL – White Arnold & Dowd P.C. is pleased to announce that Alabama State Bar president Brannon Buck has appointed numerous firm lawyers to Bar Committees and Task Forces for the current Bar year. Former ASB president Augusta Dowd will serve on the Alabama Lawyer Review Task Force. ASB Bar Commissioner Kitty Rogers Brown will serve on the Lawyer Voices for Survivors Task Force and will continue to serve on the Bench and Bar Relations, Leadership Forum Selection & Program, and Governmental Relations Liaison Committees.  ASB Bar Commissioner Lisha Graham and Laura Gibson will continue to serve on the Leadership Forum Selection & Program Committee and Ms. Gibson will also serve on the Lawyer Voices for Survivors Task Force. Ms. Graham has also been named Co-Chair of the Diversity & Inclusion in the Profession Committee. Additionally, President Buck appointed Emily McClendon to the Quality of Life, Health & Wellness Committee and reappointed Curtis Seal to the Bench and Bar Relations and Unauthorized Practice of Law Committees. Hope S. Marshall will continue to serve on the Pro Bono Committee and as Chair of the Lawyer in Every Classroom Committee.

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