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Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys

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Janet C.Scott, an attorney with Alexander & Associates, where she practices education and employment law, is with us today to talk about the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys.

The Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys (GABWA) and its charitable arm, the GABWA Foundation, will host a four-day event entitled “GABWA Celebrates a Marquee Legacy of Service and Leadership” in Atlanta on July 21-July 24 in honor of its 30th anniversary. Since it was founded by Chief Justice Leah Ward Sears (Ret.), Judge Bensonetta Tipton Lane and Judge Barbara A. Harris, GABWA has grown to represent more than 2,000 legal professionals in the state, award over $150,000 in scholarships to black female law students and expand access to legal education and services through its community partnerships and outreach.