HunterMaclean partner Rachel Young Fields was elected to a three-year term on the Savannah Book Festival Board of Directors. The Savannah Tribune covered the story.
Savannah Tech honored HunterMaclean partner Sarah Lamar at its annual Tribute to Community STARS on Friday. The event, now in its tenth year, honors individuals nominated for their service and dedication at work or in the community.
The partners at HunterMaclean have elected Brad Harmon to serve as managing partner. As managing partner, Brad will lead the HunterMaclean management committee, which guides firm strategy, sets long-term vision, and directs firm operations.
Twenty-eight students from Leadership Southeast Georgia visited Ogeechee Technical College and Georgia Southern University on a recent visit to Statesboro, Georgia. HunterMaclean’s own Wade Herring is a member of the LSEGA Class of 2016.
At HunterMaclean’s Critical Issues Forum on February 25, experts discussed how Savannah could benefit from the growing local film industry. Mary Mayle of the Savannah Morning News covered the event for the newspaper’s Sunday issue.
Ten HunterMaclean attorneys were recently selected as 2016 Georgia Super Lawyers and five attorneys as 2016 Rising Stars. The prestigious Super Lawyers honor, awarded annually, represents the top five percent of attorneys in each state in the nation.
Savannah Morning News: Savannah attorney T. Mills Fleming recognized by State Bar of Georgia for community service efforts
HunterMaclean partner Mills Fleming has received the Georgia State Bar’s 17th Annual Justice Robert Benham Award for Community Service for the state’s District 1. Jan Skutch from the Savannah Morning News covers the story.
HunterMaclean partner David Burkoff was honored as a 2016 Generation NEXT Rising Star of Business. Generation NEXT honors leaders under the age of 40 who have made significant contributions to the Savannah area.