Community Involvement

  • Nov 15 2016

    In an article published by StyleBlueprint on November 13, 2016, Michele L. Stumpe was profiled for being one of the most influential women in the Atlanta community. Ms. Stumpe is one of the top hospitality and retail industry lawyers in Atlanta with her personal passion focused on philanthropy.

  • Oct 11 2016

    Deitra Crawley attended a local fundraising event on October 8, 2016, for which former President Clinton was the guest of honor. In addition to having the opportunity to speak with the former president about work she performed during his administration, including the Brownfields Revitalization Initiative, President Clinton personally thanked Ms. Crawley for her hard work and acknowledged her during his speech.

  • Aug 08 2016

    In an article published by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on August 7, 2016, Michele L. Stumpe and her work with the Children of Conservation in Africa was featured. Ms. Stumpe shared her story on how she began changing the lives of children and wildlife in Africa, and the article details her inspiration for all that she has accomplished including her love for animals and her first trip to Africa.

  • May 11 2016

    On May 7, 2016, Matthew Robert Rosenkoff was sworn in for the fifth consecutive year as a director of the North Fulton Bar Association (NFBA). The board of directors of the NFBA provides strong leadership to its members and operates as a direct liaison to the community. As a director, Mr. Rosenkoff will be tasked with connecting members with the community, providing referral sources to those seeking information pertaining to legal needs, maintaining the ...

  • Nov 06 2015

    On November 5, 2015, Taylor English was featured in an article about the firm’s involvement with the Atlanta Humane Society, particularly with the “Walk for the Animals.” Taylor English intellectual property and litigation attorney Amanda Groover Hyland is a member of the 1873 Society, the Atlanta Humane Society’s Junior Board. Read the full article on the Daily Report website.

  • Oct 21 2015

    On October 19, 2015, the Daily Report published an article about those honored at the Atlanta Bar Association’s Celebrating Service Luncheon during which Taylor English was awarded the S. Philip Heiner Award by the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation. The firm received the award, named for a tireless defender of volunteer legal service to the poor, for overall service and sponsorship of an awareness-raising film series. The annual event recognizes ...

  • Sep 25 2015

    On September 25, 2015, the Daily Report published an article about the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation’s annual “AVLF at the Movies” event, sponsored by Taylor English. This year’s movie was the HBO documentary, "Paycheck to Paycheck: The Life and Times of Katrina Gilbert," which chronicles the life of a “working poor” mother of three. The article notes that most of AVLF’s clients are similarly working poor. AVLF, which is the largest ...

  • Sep 22 2015

    On September 20, 2015, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution featured an article about Taylor English’s and the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation’s screening of the documentary “Paycheck to Paycheck: The Life and Times of Katrina Gilbert.” The article notes that the firm and the foundation’s second annual collaboration hosting a film is “intended to spark a dialogue about the daily challenges faced by millions of working poor.” Ms ...

  • Sep 21 2015

    On September 21, 2015, at 6:30 PM the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation and Taylor English will host a dialogue about poverty in America, poverty in Atlanta, and the barriers it creates for too many of our neighbors via a one-time screening of the HBO documentary film Paycheck to Paycheck: the Life and Times of Katrina Gilbert.

    This second installment in "AVLF at the Movies" film series offers a deeply personal, unvarnished and moving story of Katrina Gilbert, a ...

  • Nov 20 2014

    On November 4, 2014, Simply Buckhead Radio Show, in partnership with Simply Buckhead magazine, invited Michele Stumpe to speak on its inaugural radio show. As the magazine’s cover story in its recently released November/December issue, Ms. Stumpe provided her unique insight into philanthropy and charity works in Atlanta. In the segment, she provides information about her non-profit, Children of Conservation and their expansion plans into Sierra ...

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