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2006 Legal Elite: Profiles A-M

For the fourth year, Georgia Trend presents a roster of the state's Legal Elite - attorneys selected by their peers in 11 different practice areas.

December 2006

2006 Legal Elite: Taxes, Trusts & Estates

December 2006

2006 Legal Elite: Labor & Employment

Labor & Employment

December 2006

Saxby Chambliss: Capital Influence

Saxby Chambliss, Georgia's senior senator, is one of the most visible lawmakers in Washington. Although he became in Washington. Although he became chair of the Senate's agriculture committee early in his first term, he says following in the footsteps of Richard Russell and Sam Nunn is humbling.

December 2006

2006 Legal Elite: Pro Bono

Georgia Trend honors the Legal Elite from around Georgia.

December 2006

Covering The Civil Rights Movement

When getting the story was an act of courage, some Georgia journalists rose to the challenge. Most of them found that the story changed them, even as the movement changed their South.

November 2006

The Art of Homebuilding

One Museum Place in Midtown, across Peachtree from the Wodruff Arts Center, will be more than just another project for builder and museum benefactor John Wieland. It will be his new home.

November 2006

2006 Legal Elite: Criminal Law

Criminal Law

November 2006
Fighting Hunger, Changing Lives

Fighting Hunger, Changing Lives

Georgia’s food bank network joins forces with 2,400 community organizations all over the state, united in a common purpose. It benefits those who serve and those who are served.

November 2006

Swimming Upstream

PSC Chair Angela Speir, a self-described "Southern Christian lady," doesn't shy away from conflict. She's voted against all the rate increases that have come before her, and she's an outspoken critic of the behind-the-scenes political negotiations that are the commission's hallmark.

October 2006
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