Throwback Story: First Annual Report

Year One Annual ReportFiscal Year 2018 ended on July 1, 2018, which means that the JC/AOC staff, along with many others, are working on a new annual report right now. Because it is always helpful to review previous annual reports, we did so, and this allowed us the opportunity to review the very first one.

Profile: Judge Elizabeth Gobeil

Judge Elizabeth Gobeil recently joined the Court of Appeals after serving six years as Director and Appellate Division Judge at the State Board of Worker’s Compensation. Judge Gobeil answered some questions about her first few months on the bench of the Court of Appeals of Georgia.

Henry County Day on the Bench

On June 14, 2018, Judge Brian Amero, Superior Court, Flint Judicial Circuit, hosted a "Day on the Bench" in McDonough, GA. Justice David Nahmias, judges from the Flint Judicial Circuit, and students from Henry County were in attendance. View the program here.

Representative Andy Welch

 

Chief Justice P. Harris Hines Child Advocacy Award Winners Announced

On June 8, the 2018 Chief Justice P. Harris Hines Child Advocacy Award for Outstanding Case Manager was given to Demetria Campbell, a Colquitt County Division of Family and Children Services Case Manager, and the Outstanding Attorney Award was given to Christopher Hempfling, Rockdale County Special Assistant Attorney General.

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