A.J. Buddy Welch, John Webb, an Janet Scott selected for State Bar of Georgia Committees

Congrats to three SWWW attorneys for being appointed to serve on special or program committees for the State Bar of Georgia. From the court system to the classroom, we know you will work hard to make a positive impact.

Janet C. Scott of Smith Welch Webb & White LLC in McDonough will serve on the iCivics Committee, which works toward implementing a comprehensive, standards-aligned online civics curriculum into Georgia?s 8th grade classrooms.

John P. Webb of Smith Welch Webb & White LLC in Stockbridge was selected for the Audit Committee, which provides oversight for the accounting, financial and internal control process of the State Bar?s financial statement audits.

Henry County Juvenile Court Judge A.J. Welch Jr. of McDonough was appointed to the Judicial Procedure & Administration/Uniform Rules Committee, which observes the practical workings of Georgia?s court system and recommends changes to the law or uniform rules as needed.

Click here for the full article in the Henry County Herald.

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