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Georgia Supreme Court Appoints Young to Second Term on Georgia Commission on Dispute Resolution

March 12, 2018

The Georgia Commission on Dispute Resolution has re-appointed Paralegal Vjollca Prroni Young to the Ethics Committee for a second, five-year term and appointed her to the ADR Court Program Liaison Committee.  Young is a paralegal in Bryan Cave’s Atlanta office.

The Georgia Commission on Dispute Resolution is the policy-making body appointed by the Georgia Supreme Court to oversee the development of court-connected ADR programs in Georgia. The commission, composed of judges, lawyers and non-lawyer members, meets on a regular basis to consider issues important to the development of court-connected ADR in Georgia.

Young also continues to serve as a board member and treasurer of the Foundation for Improvement of Justice, a private, not-for-profit organization which recognizes innovative and effective works or programs that have made positive influential differences in the United States criminal and civil judicial arenas. Past winners of the Justice Award include Bryan Cave attorneys.

Click here for more information on the Georgia Commission on Dispute Resolution and here for information about the Foundation for Improvement of Justice.