University of Georgia, LL.B., 1966
Law School Graduation Year
Emory University, A.B., 1963
Atlanta (Co-Chairman, Lawyers Committee for Civility, 1995—; Co-Chair, Atlanta Bar Professionals and Civility Committee, 1997—) and American Bar Associations; State Bar of Georgia (Chairman, Correctional Facilities and Services Committee, 1980-1981; Co-Chairperson, Interfaith, Troy Street CDC, 1994).
Phi Alpha Delta (Vice President, Georgia Chapter, 1965). Co-Author: Fraud-Right of Buyer to Ex Parte Rescind and Sue for Fraud and Deceit Recognized Without Regard to Contents of Sales Contract, Georgia State Bar Journal, February, 1975; Domestic Relations: Georgia Law Practice System, The Michie Company, 1987. President, Georgia Law School Student Bar Association, Class of 1966. Chairman of the Board, Interfaith, Inc., 1971-1978. Director, Big Brothers of Atlanta, Inc., 1972-1973; 1974-1976; 1977-1980. President, Resurgens Atlanta, 1973-1974. Member, Board of Advisors, Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Non-Violent Social Change, Inc., 1978—. Secretary, 1982-1984 and Head of Development Committee, 1985, Episcopal Charities Foundation.