Pro Bono divorce Lawyers in Georgia

Michelle B. Rapoport Attorneys, Lawyers | Atlanta, Georgia Divorce Law, Family Law, Law Firm  October 23, 2013 – 15:44
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Michelle B. Rapoport

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1983, Georgia

Law School:

Emory University School of Law
Class of 1983

University of Pennsylvania
Class of 1980
Political Science and History, with honors

Boston, Massachusetts

Native fluency in French

Associations & Memberships:

Atlanta and American Bar Associations (Member, Family Law Sections); State Bar of Georgia (Member: Family Law, Women in the Profession Sections; National, State and Regional High School Mock Trial Committees); Georgia Association of Women Lawyers (Member, Judicial Selection Committee); Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers (Guardian ad Litem).

Achieved the highest rating ("AV") for legal ability and ethical standards and selected for Bar Register of Preeminent Women attorneys in Martindale-Hubbell. Instructor, Advanced Family Law Litigation, Georgia State University College of Law, 2009-2010. Faculty Member, Emory Law School National Institute of Trial Advocacy Program, 1989-1999. Training completed: Civil Arbitration, Fulton County Superior Court, April 1987; Guardian Ad Litem, Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation, 1991; Mediation Certificate, Resolution Resources Corp., 1992. Collaborative Practice, ICLE/CLIG, 2008. Special Assistant Attorney General representing Fulton County Department of Family and Children Services and Composite State Board of Medical Examiners, 1984-1998. Pro Bono Legal Counsel, Atlanta Outreach Center. Advisor, Georgia Council on Child Abuse. Member: National Council of Jewish Women Atlanta Section; Druid Hills Golf Club. Partner: Hall & Rapoport, 1999-2005; Rubin, Winter, Rapoport & Hall, 1994-1999; Rubin, Winter & Rapoport, 1990-1994. Associate, Meals, Kirwan, Goger, Winter & Parks, P.C., 1983-1990.


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