Community Involvement

Historically the firm’s members have actively participated in professional, civic and charitable organizations and endeavors and have maintained a long-standing tradition of service to the community.

E. Ormonde Hunter and Spencer Connerat served in the Georgia General Assembly. Walter G. Charlton and George Cann were Superior Court judges, and former partner Tim Walmsley is currently a Superior Court Judge in Chatham County. Malcolm R. Maclean was mayor of Savannah and Sam Cann was a district attorney. John B. Miller served as chairman of the Savannah-Chatham County Board of Education and as chairman of the Georgia Board of Bar Examiners.  William Mallie Exley, Jr. was a former chairman of Savannah’s Metropolitan Planning Commission. Shawn A. Kachmar is currently on the Savannah-Chatham School Board.

Brooks Stillwell served as alderman and mayor pro tem of Savannah and chairman of the Chatham County Board of Elections. He was recently named City Attorney for the City of Savannah. Mills Fleming served as president of The Lucas Theater of the Arts. Brooks Stillwell, Jennifer Dickinson and Wade Herring have served as president of the Savannah Bar Association. John Miller has served as vice president of the Georgia Bar Association. Ben Hartman has served as president of the Glynn County Bar Association.

Our attorneys are actively involved in a multitude of community organizations and have served in leadership roles both in the private non-profit and public sectors. Giving back to the community in which we live and work is an integral part of our core values, and we encourage our attorneys to become actively involved in their communities.

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

Spotlight

HunterMaclean Partners with Junior Achievement: Educating Tomorrow’s Business Leaders

HunterMaclean partners with Junior Achievement to help build tomorrow’s business leaders. Attorneys teach in local classrooms, speak at Career Day, and bring students to the firm on Job Shadow Day. The firm also sponsors Junior Achievement through its golf tournament and annual gala.

Read more »

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Giving Back: Volunteer Coaching at the West Broad YMCA

In keeping with HunterMaclean’s longstanding tradition of community service, two of the firm’s attorneys recently coached teams for the West Broad Street YMCA’s youth soccer program. Colin McRae and Carson Bacon, both avid soccer players, coached practices and games to help boys and girls12-and-under learn basic soccer skills. Along the way, they were able to share some important life lessons.

Read more »

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Leading by Example: Critical Issues Forum Addresses Challenges

Since its launch in 2004, HunterMaclean’s award-winning Critical Issues Forum has featured top experts exploring timely topics with local and statewide impact.

This twice-a-year speaker series connects local CEOs, business leaders, non-profit directors and political figures in a constructive environment devoted to exploring community issues and emphasizing solutions. Praised by area business leaders, the Critical Issues Forum highlights HunterMaclean’s longtime commitment to corporate citizenship and the Firm’s deep commitment to the local business community.

Read more »

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….