Pope McGlamry is a Proud Sponsor of the 39th Annual NAWJ Conference

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History of NAWJ

Since its formation in 1979, NAWJ has served as a leading voice for jurists dedicated to:

  • Promoting the judicial role in protecting the rights of individuals under the rule of law
  • Engaging in civic education about the importance of a fair judiciary, free from special interest or political influence
  • Providing a voice in significant matters that affect the administration of justice
  • Ensuring equal justice and access to the courts for all, with a focus on women, minorities, and other historically disfavored groups and vulnerable populations
  • Promoting the advancement of women and minorities at all levels of the judiciary
  • Providing judicial education on cutting-edge issues

NAWJ was founded over 36 years ago by two visionaries – Justice Joan Dempsey Klein and Justice Vaino Spencer – and 100 brave and intrepid women judges committed to forming an organization dedicated to these ideals.

About the 39th NAWJ Conference

The 39th NAWJ Conference in Atlanta, Georgia will feature vibrant and interactive programs.  Our theme, Access to Justice: Past, Present, and Future, will allow attendees to explore historical lessons about justice from the Civil Rights movement, discuss current innovations in criminal justice reform, and envision justice initiatives for years to come.

Why Sponsor the NAWJ 39th Annual Conference?

Conference sponsors are the backbone of financial support for this year’s event and, where possible, they encourage colleagues and others throughout the Greater Atlanta legal and business communities to attend and support the conference. Sponsoring the conference allows members of your firm, organization or company to participate in conference activities, educational sessions, and other social and interactive events that include members of the judiciary, local bar associations, and leading legal experts from various academic and non-profit fields. Demonstrate your support to the mission of NAWJ and the Greater Atlanta legal community. In this brochure, you will find detailed information about sponsorship levels and benefits.

We hope that your firm, organization or company will give generously, because these meetings are not possible without your support. We look forward to seeing you at this important NAWJ conference, and ask that you please reach out to us or NAWJ’s Executive Director, Marie Komisar, with any questions. Thank you!

Click here to view the 39th Annual NAWJ Conference Sponsorship Brochure

Caroline G. McGlamry

Caroline McGlamry graduated cum laude with a B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009. Caroline spent a year working in Washington, D.C. before furthering her studies at the University of Georgia School of Law where she graduated with a J.D. in 2013. While in law school, Caroline served as the […] Full Bio

Elizabeth P. Holmes

Elizabeth Pope Holmes graduated with a B.A. from the University of Alabama in 1988. She spent 2 years working in Washington D.C. before furthering her studies at the University of Georgia School of Law where she graduated with a J.D. in 1993. Holmes joined Pope McGlamry in 1993 and practiced with the firm until 2004. After leaving […] Full Bio

Courtney Mohammadi

Courtney Mohammadi focuses her practice on qui tam cases for corporate and government whistleblowers under the False Claims Act, Dodd-Frank Act SEC whistleblower claims, IRS whistleblower claims, and whistleblower retaliation litigation. Courtney also represents plaintiffs in wrongful death, catastrophic personal injury, and product liability cases. Prior to joining Pope McGlamry in June 2016, Courtney worked […] Full Bio

Kimberly J. Johnson

Kimberly J. Johnson graduated magna cum laude with a B. Mus. from DePauw University in 1991. She spent four years as a public school orchestra teacher before attending the University of Alabama School of Law. She received her J.D., summa cum laude, in 1998. While in law school, Johnson served on the Boards of the Alabama […] Full Bio