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Bleckley Inn of Court

Bleckley Inn of Court

A chapter of the American Inns of Court, the Logan E. Bleckley Inn of Court is an organization of Atlanta area trial lawyers and judges dedicated to the promotion of ethics and professionalism in trial practice.

Established in 1990, the Bleckley Inn is one of five Inns of Court in Georgia. The membership in each Inn is limited and by invitation only. The Inn consists of three groups: the "Masters" (accomplished judges and trial lawyers), "Barristers" (promising trial lawyers with 4-6 years of experience) and "Pupils" (outstanding third year students from Georgia State University, College of Law).

The Bleckley Inn presents six programs for its members each year on current litigation topics and runs a mentoring program for its Barristers and Pupils.

For further information, contact esegall­@­gsu.edu


Bleckley Inn Application 2014-2015

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About Logan Edwin Bleckley

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Preview:Logan Edwin Bleckley was born near Clayton in Rabun County, Georgia on July 3, 1827. His father was clerk of three courts: the Superior, Inferior, and Ordinary. At age eleven Bleckley worked as an assistant in his father's office, where he realized his passion for the law. It was there that a young Bleckley began his study of the law and, completely self-taught, was admitted to the Georgia Bar at age nineteen. - Prior to opening a law office in Atlanta in 1852, Bleckle ...
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