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  • Monday, May 01, 2017 5:50 PM | Anonymous

    Ron Adams, Clerk of Court, Superior and Magistrate Courts, is seeking to fill several slots in newly created User Groups in the practice areas of real estate, civil, and criminal. 

    He states, “The idea is to bring the various parties to the process together to see what can be improved.  I anticipate several meetings of an hour or less at which various matters are discussed and proposed solutions are offered.  I do not have a specific set of matters that I think need addressing.  I am trying to provide a vehicle for collaboration between the parties the Clerk’s office touches.”

    The Board of Directors requests your input on nominations for these groups. If you are interested, please reply to info@glynncountybar.org with the subject line “User Group – [Real Estate, Civil, Criminal].”

    We look forward to your participation.

  • Wednesday, April 19, 2017 4:06 PM | Anonymous

    Pursuant to the March 31, 2017 email, all members who had not paid their 2017 dues were rolled off our membership list. 

    If you would like to renew, you will need to Join as a new member. You can begin that process by clicking Join / Renew and following the instructions. Membership dues can be paid online once you register. If you have multiple people in your firm and want to send one check, each attorney can print out an invoice once they register and send in multiple invoices with one check to our post office box address.

    We can't wait to see you at our next event!

  • Monday, April 03, 2017 10:18 AM | Anonymous

    UPDATE: Our own Sam Choate did some investigation and determined the 28 hours of training offered is not sufficient to qualify one to mediate generally.  In addition to the 28 hours they offer here, another 12 hours is required. In addition, if one wishes to mediate in domestic relations cases, an additional 42 hours of training is required.

    We still think it's wonderful that you can get at least 28 hours of training right here in Glynn County, but we wanted members to be aware of the above.

    Exciting News! 

    Kennesaw State University's School of Conflict Management is bringing mediation training to Jekyll Island  in June!  This is a chance to get tons of CLE and mediation training without going to Atlanta.

    The General Civil Mediation class has been approved for 28 hours of CLE, including 1 ethics and 1 professionalism. This is sold AT COST, in addition to the registration fee. That means $5/per regular credit and $15 for the professionalism credit.

    The Domestic Violence Issues in Mediation Class is approved for 14 hours of CLE including 1 ethics and 1 professionalism (also sold at cost, not included in registration fee since each attorney may seek a different number of credits).


    For more information and to register, click here

  • Wednesday, February 15, 2017 10:51 AM | Anonymous

    We are aware that mailings to our post office box are getting returned. The Post Office has stated there is no reason this should be happening, and as of February 16, 2017, the Post Office has confirmed the Bar's post office box should receive mail. If you have mail returned, please notify us at info@glynncountybar.org.

  • Friday, February 10, 2017 10:05 AM | Anonymous

    Website and Meeting Sponsorships Available!

    In order to keep membership dues low while increasing benefits to members, the Glynn County Bar Association is now accepting sponsorships for its new website and at bar meetings.

    Website Sponsorships are for one of four slots on the home page. Each sponsorship will run for 6 months for a total cost of $100.00.

    Meeting Sponsorships are available for our normal meetings for $100. Sponsors may pass out materials and/or set up a sponsorship table.

    Do you know of anyone who would be interested in sponsoring the Glynn County Bar Association? Please send inquiries to info@glynncountybar.org.

  • Thursday, February 09, 2017 1:01 PM | Anonymous

    The 2017 Board of Directors for the Glynn County Bar Association:

    Chair: Melissa Cruthirds

    Immediate Past Chair: Beth Boone

    Vice Chair: George F. Barnhill

    Secretary: Caroline Schofield

    Treasurer: Stephanie McDonald                          

    Social Co-Directors: Steven Blackerby and Jacob Kitchen

    Law Day Director: Audrey Chapman

  • Thursday, February 09, 2017 8:33 AM | Anonymous

    The Board Members of the Glynn County Bar Association are proud to announce the launch of your new website!

    This new website will allow you to register or renew and pay for your membership online! It will also allow you to register for events online, speeding up the check-in process at events.

    If you have any suggestions, please contact us at mailto:info@glynncountybar.com.

  • Thursday, February 09, 2017 7:36 AM | Anonymous

    Bar Membership Benefits

    • Networking, networking, networking! Network with judges, public officials, and other attorneys at our events.

    • Referral Resource! Should you choose upon registration, you will be publicly listed as an attorney on the new website. Those looking for attorneys can search by practice area or your name. Those who call the State Bar looking for an attorney will be referred to our public Membership Directory.

    • Featured Member! The opportunity to be a Featured Member on the Home Page of the website!

    • Events! Free registration to our bi-monthly meetings and Christmas party

    • Membership Discount to The Club on St. Simons Island

  • Thursday, February 09, 2017 6:37 AM | Anonymous

    It's time to renew your Bar membership for 2017!

    Your membership profile details from the old website have been imported into this new website. All memberships have been set to expire on December 31st of each year, so you will have to renew your 2017 membership online through this website.

    To start the process of renewing your membership, you must first obtain a new password from the website. Please click on this link - Login Instructions - and follow the instructions on this page to get your new membership password. 

    After you reset your password, you will then be able to login and renew your membership to the Glynn County Bar Association.

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