Register now for the 28th Annual Georgia Bar Media & Judiciary Conference, scheduled 9 a.m. to 5 pm. on Friday, Feb. 22, 2019, at the State Bar of Georgia Conference Center in downtown Atlanta.
Sessions will explore emerging First Amendment issues in the courts, in the media and in government. The conference is co-sponsored by the Georgia First Amendment Foundation and its board members play a key role organizing the event.
For the first time in Georgia, Washington, D.C.’s Holocaust Museum will present “Law, Justice and the Holocaust,” a program that’s captivated audiences across 40 states for more than a decade.
Also on the schedule:
- New tests for the media: Keeping public trust in a polarized world
- City of Atlanta transparency
- New rules for public access to the courts
- Podcasting Georgia’s civil rights past
- Civility and free speech on college campuses
- WABE’s “Political Breakfast,” live and on the record
- Back by popular demand, the day-long event will wrap up with a reception.
The public is welcome. Advance registration is $250 for lawyers seeking CLE credit and $30 for everyone else. The cost includes lunch and parking. Fees increase $100 on the day of the conference.