Gregory A. Hicks appointed by Supreme Court of Georgia as a Mentor for Transition into Law Practice Program

The Honorable Carol W. Hunstein, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia, appointed Gregory A. Hicks to serve as a Mentor for the State Bar of Georgia’s Transition into Law Practice Program. Mr. Hicks’s appointment is for a one year term beginning January 1, 2010.

The Transition into Law Practice Program fosters young attorneys by pairing them with an experienced attorney as a mentor “to teach the practical skills, seasoned judgment, and sensitivity to ethical and professionalism values necessary to practice law in a highly competent manner.” In order to be appointed as a Mentor by the Supreme Court, an attorney must maintain a professional reputation for competence, ethical and professional conduct.

The Chief Justice’s appointment of Mr. Hicks as a mentor is a testament to Mr. Hicks’s experience and respect in the legal community.