Shingler Lewis Hosts Intern for Tenth Annual Justice Robert Benham Law Camp

Posted on 06/29/16

Shingler Lewis was proud to serve as one of the internship host firms for the Tenth Annual Justice Robert Benham Law Camp in June 2016. The Camp selects exceptional Georgia high school students and provides an intensive three-week crash course in the business and art of being a lawyer, and culminates in a week-long internship at a law firm, prosecuting attorney's office, or judge's chambers. The Benham Law Camp is presented each year as part of a partnership between The Gate City Bar, Georgia State University's College of Law, and Clark Atlanta University.

Joyce Gist Lewis Speaks on Cybersecurity Best Practices at State Bar CLE

Posted on 06/09/16

In April 2016, Joyce Gist Lewis gave a continuing legal education (CLE) presentation at the State Bar of Georgia on the topic of Cybersecurity Best Practices for the Small Law Firm. Her presentation focused on the importance of employee education and formal data security planning in preventing data breaches and on the ethical obligations of attorneys to protect client information and other personally-identifiable information from unauthorized access.

George Shingler and Joyce Gist Lewis Named to Georgia Super Lawyers/Top 50 Women 2016

Posted on 03/08/16

George Shingler and Joyce Gist Lewis have been recognized by their peers as 2016 Super Lawyers in the area of business litigation. In addition to this honor, which is awarded to less than 5% of attorneys in Georgia, Super Lawyers named Managing Partner Joyce Gist Lewis one of the Top 50 Women Lawyers in Georgia. The Top 50 List is comprised of lawyers who received the highest point totals in the Georgia nomination, research, and blue ribbon review process. 

Joyce Gist Lewis Appointed to Board of Directors for Federal Defender Program

Posted on 11/09/15

Joyce Gist Lewis was recently appointed by the judges of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia to the Board of the Federal Defender Program, Inc. (FDP). FDP is a non-profit community defender organization established in 1973 to provide representation for defendants in federal criminal prosecutions. Members of the Board of Directors serve a three-year term, and oversee the fiscal and management operations of the FDP, as administered by its Executive Director.