The Georgia Trial Lawyers Association announced new selections for its Leadership Education & Advanced Direction (LEAD) program.

“Each year, the GTLA LEAD Program provides remarkable young attorneys with the opportunity to learn from and engage with some of our state’s best and brightest minds through a series of educational and networking events,” Mike Prieto, president of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, said in a news release Wednesday. “These individuals, who have already proven their leadership acumen with their program acceptance, will undoubtedly serve well as future leaders, not just of GTLA, but of our community and state, and I look forward to working with them during their tenure as LEAD Class members and beyond.”

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