James Magazine’s spotlight on “Most Influential Georgia Attorneys” considers not just expertise in court— some may not step foot in a courtroom— but activity influencing the court of public opinion. This listing takes into account a lawyer who may or may not serve powerful clients but who shapes public or private policies— sometimes behind the scenes— in the interconnected and fascinating world of the law, business and politics.
– James Magazine
Our very own, William Pope Langdale, is mentioned alongside Governor Nathan Deal and other influential attorneys.
Pope, along with other attorneys, judges and mediators, spoke at the American Bar Association TIPS conference in Atlanta today about “Bridging the Divide: Plaintiff and Defense Counsel, Ethics, Civility, and Mediation Summit.”
Langdale Vallotton, LLP would like to Congratulate Pope Langdale on being elected president of Georgia Trial Lawyers Association.
On April 20, 2016, Langdale Vallotton, LLP attorney, Amy Holbrook, spoke at a Continuing Legal Education Seminar on Landlord-Tenant Law. Amy specifically discussed the rights and obligations of landlords and tenants under Georgia law, with a special emphasis on liability for injury and risk management issues. Amy focuses a portion of her practice on Landlord-Tenant law, primarily representing landlords and property management companies in disputes with tenants.
Langdale Vallotton, LLP is participating in the 5th Annual GA Legal FOOD FRENZY. The food and funds we raise will stay local and benefit Second Harvest of South Georgia. Please help us by bringing your can foods or donations by Langdale Vallotton, LLP anytime from April 18-29, 2016! Please make donation checks out to Second Harvest of South Georgia. Thanks for your help!!
This year is the Valdosta Junior Women’s Club’s 59th annual presentation of the Woman of the Year award. Tina Folsom, an attorney at Langdale Vallotton, has been nominated for this prestigious award by Leadership Lowndes. Tina is on the board of directors for Leadership Lowndes and serves as president of the board of directors for Lowndes Associated Ministries to People (“LAMP”). She also serves on the board for the Annette Howell Turner Center of the Arts and on the Presenter series. Tina is a trustee for Andrew College and was formerly a small group leaders for American Heritage Girls. Tina is an active member of Park Avenue Methodist Church. She and her husband, Brad Folsom, have two children, Madison and Lauren.