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The Georgia Trial Lawyers Association is pleased to re-launch our Speakers Bureau. Aimed at pairing organizations seeking speakers on legal and other topics with GTLA members interested in speaking before community groups, law schools, legal service providers and other organizations, the Speakers Bureau is designed to provide a community service by sharing GTLA members' expertise in a variety of areas, while also enriching GTLA members' lives and legal practices through community involvement. In addition, members of the GTLA Speakers Bureau will have the opportunity to serve as spokespeople for our organization to local, regional and statewide press. The Speakers Bureau is free of charge.
Request a Speaker
To arrange for a trial lawyer to speak to your organization, just fill out and submit the Speaker Request Form. GTLA will work with you to schedule the speaker requested and contact you to coordinate arrangements. Please allow at least three weeks prior to your requested date. Speakers may be available on short notice, although topics may be more limited.
Apply to be a Speaker
Only current GTLA members are eligible to participate in the GTLA Speakers Bureau. Please complete the Speakers Bureau Application, indicating your areas of interest. We will contact you about serving as a speaker in your area.
Who We Are
Since 1956, the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association has worked in the legislative, political and media arenas to ensure that Georgians know and understand the importance of their Right to Trial by Jury and the vital role of the Civil Justice System, and to make certain that these rights are safeguarded and protected.
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Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: (404) 522-8487
Fax: (404) 522-3705
Since 1956, GTLA has worked tirelessly to ensure that everyday citizens, Georgia families and small businesses are never deprived of their constitutional guarantee of access to true justice. The Mission of GTLA is simple: We are dedicated to protecting the Constitutional promise of justice for all by guaranteeing the right to trial by jury, preserving an independent judiciary, and providing access to the courts for all Georgians.