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Cicely  Barber

Cicely Barber

Barber is a licensed attorney and the Court Administrator for the State Court of Fulton County. She is a member of the State Bar of Georgia (and its Committee to Promote Inclusion in the Profession), Board of Directors for Georgia Legal Services Program, Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys, National Association of Court Managers, and Georgia Council of Court Administrators. Cicely is a cum laude graduate of both Spelman College and Thomas M. Cooley Law School.

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Steven Dubner

Steven Dubner

Steve received his BA from The Johns Hopkins University in 1978 and his JD from Columbia University School of Law in 1979. He worked with a Wall Street firm then relocated to Atlanta before establishing his own firm, Higgins & Dubner. He currently practices in the areas of corporate/business law, entertainment, estate planning and probate, civil litigation and other civil matters. He has taught business law at Georgia State University and has been an Instructor in the Emory Paralegal Program since 2005.

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Ural  Glanville

Ural Glanville

Judge Glanville is a graduate of the UGA School of Law and served on active military duty for several years. He served as a prosecutor, criminal defense attorney, and civil litigator prior to beginning his judicial service in 1996, as a Magistrate Judge in Fulton County State Court. In 2004, Judge Glanville was elected to serve as a Superior Court Judge in Fulton County and recently transitioned to the Family Division. In 2019 Judge Glanville retired from the military with 35 years of service as a Brigadier General.

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Stephanie Howells

Stephanie Howells

Judge Howells has served as an Administrative Law Judge with the Office of State Administrative Hearings since 2006. Prior to her appointment, Judge Howells practiced law in the areas of products liability, toxic torts, and general litigation with Jones Day's Atlanta office. Previously, she was a litigation associate with the New Orleans law firm of Montgomery Barnett. Judge Howells graduated from Loyola University School of Law, where she was a member of the Loyola Law Review and Moot Court staff.

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Harvey A. Hutchinson

Harvey A. Hutchinson

Harvey serves as the Senior Financial Planner to high-net-worth ($10MM+) and ultra-high-net-worth ($50MM+) clients. Harvey has also practiced law with experience in estate/business/tax/retirement planning. His holds three business degrees [B.S. (Finance), M.B.A., M.Acc.] and two law degrees [J.D. (Estate Planning & Business Planning), and LL.M. (Taxation)]. He holds the following certifications: Certified Financial Planner®, Certified Employee Benefit Specialist,™ and Certified Trust and Financial Advisor.™

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Robert Kosakoski

Robert Kosakoski

Rob received a BA from the University of California Santa Barbara in 1994 and later received a JD from Tulane University Law School in 2000. In 2002, Rob co-founded the law firm of Medley & Kosakoski, LLC. Rob is approved as an instructor by the Georgia Real Estate Commission and has created a large number Georgia Real Estate Commission-approved continuing education courses designed to help licensed real estate professionals improve professionalism and keep pace with the ever-changing real estate business.

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Leonard  Medley

Leonard Medley

Leonard received a BA from The Air Force Academy in 1994 and later received a JD from Capital University Law School in 2000. In 2002, Leonard co-founded the law firm of Medley & Kosakoski, LLC. In 2012 Leonard formed the company Medley & Associates, LLC with expertise on Chapters 7, 11 and 13 bankruptcies. Leonard has created and taught many Georgia Real Estate Commission-approved continuing education courses designed to help licensed real estate professionals improve their level of professionalism.

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Dorian Murry

Dorian Murry

Dorian is the managing partner of The Murry Law Group and specializes in criminal defense, civil rights litigation, social security disability, and personal injury. He earned his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Georgia School of Law. Previously, he was a staff attorney at the Public Defender Office in Athens, Georgia, associate at the Georgia Justice Project, and partner with Johnson & Freeman, LLC. He is a former magistrate judge and has been recognized as a Rising Star by Georgia Super Lawyers Magazine.

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Ann Pearson

Ann Pearson

Ann is the Founder of PRM Education Group and the Director of Training for its Paralegal Boot Camp® division where she develops skills-based training programs exclusively for paralegals and legal assistants. Ms. Pearson has more than 17 years in the legal industry, first as a litigation paralegal and later as a paralegal manager at McKenna, Long & Aldridge LLP in Atlanta. In addition to her live workshops, she also designs online training programs and provides custom in-house training for law firms and organizations.

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Erika Santiago

Erika Santiago

Since 1995, Erika has assisted litigation teams in the development of defensible discovery management strategies. Erika has worked with Holland & Knight LLP and King & Spalding LLP in various litigation technology roles from project management to trial support. Today, Erika is primarily focused on teaching litigation support (E-Discovery) project management best practices backed by years of experience and knowledge of understanding project needs, setting and managing expectations, and utilizing available resources.

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Steven Teate

Steven Teate

Judge Teate has served as an administrative law judge at the Office of State Administrative Hearings for the State of Georgia since 1995. He previously worked as a hearing officer for the former Office of State Administrative Appeals. He attended the Georgia Institute of Technology and earned a BA in History from the University of Georgia; he then attended Samford University's Cumberland School of Law and completed his JD requirements at the Emory University School of Law. He served as president of GAAJ in 2003.

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