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The Atlanta Bar Association is a proud member of the Multi-Bar Leadership Council


The Multi-Bar Leadership Council (MBLC) was formed in September 2001 by then-Atlanta Bar Association President Seth Kirschenbaum. The purpose of the MBLC is to foster and improve relationships among the members of local bar associations. Since its formation, the Multi-Bar Leadership Council has hosted Judicial Candidates Forums and several career panels for law students and newly admitted attorneys. Representatives from the MBLC have participated in the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation Saturday Lawyers Program, the State of Georgia Transition Into Law Practice Program, and many other charitable endeavors too numerous to name. Seth’s enduring commitment to forging relationships among diverse groups by focusing on shared goals and interests is the inspiration for this group.


View MBLC Resource Booklet
View Legal Community Calendar


Member Associations


Atlanta Bar Association
     Georgia Hispanic Bar Association
Cobb County Bar Association
     Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
DeKalb Bar Association
     Gwinnett County Bar Association
Gate City Bar Association
     North Fulton Bar Association
Georgia Asian Pacific American Bar Association
     State Bar of Georgia Diversity Program
Georgia Association for Women Lawyers
     State Bar of Georgia Young Lawyers Division
Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys
     South Asian Bar Association of Georgia
Georgia Defense Lawyers Association
     Stonewall Bar Association



Item Name Posted By Date Posted
Gate City Law Student Event PDF (42.26 KB) Administration 3/10/2015
MBLC 2014 SK Diversity Award Nominations PDF (10.45 MB) Administration 6/23/2014
Patrise Perkins-Hooker JPG (108.03 KB) Administration 8/10/2015
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