Multiple firm attorneys selected for Alabama State Bar leadership and service positionsOctober 9, 2020
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Birmingham, AL – White Arnold & Dowd P.C. is pleased to announce that Alabama State Bar president Bob Methvin appointed numerous firm lawyers to Bar Committees and Task Forces for the current Bar year. Former ASB president Augusta S. Dowd will serve on the new Lawyer Voices for Survivors Task Force. Kitty Brown will serve on the Bench and Bar Relations Task Force, Lawyer in Every Classroom Task Force, and Quality of Life, Health and Wellness Task Force as well as the Diversity and Inclusion in the Profession Committee, Governmental Relations Liaison Committee, and Disciplinary Rules and Enforcement Committee. Additionally, Hope Marshall will work with the Election Rules Review and Revision Task Force, Pro Bono Committee, Disciplinary Rules & Enforcement Committee, Lawyer in Every Classroom Task Force, and Lawyer Public Relations Task Force. President Methvin also appointed Lisha Graham to the Cuba Task Force, Quality of Life, Health and Wellness Task Force, and Diversity and Inclusion in the Profession Committee, Laura Gibson to the Bench and Bar Relations Task Force, Curtis Seal to the Unauthorized Practice of Law Committee and Bench and Bar Relations Task Force, and Craig Shirley to the Lawyer in Every Classroom Task Force.
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Kitty Rogers Brown