Taylor English Attorney Elected President of Lawyer’s Club of Atlanta

July 25, 2011

W. Scott Creasman of Atlanta law firm Taylor English Duma LLP has been named president of Atlanta’s top social organization for attorneys. Mr. Creasman has been elected president of the Lawyer’s Club of Atlanta, an organization founded in 1922 by a small coalition of lawyers who sought to improve conduct standards in Atlanta’s legal profession. The club strives to continue that mission today while providing an opportunity for Atlanta attorneys to socialize with colleges in a relaxed atmosphere. Mr. Creasman began his term as president of the 1700-member Club on July 1. Since he joined the Club in 1996 he has co-chaired the Membership Committee and, for the past seven years, served on the Executive Committee. Most recently, he oversaw the Club’s four-year transition into a new office space on the 38th floor of the Promenade II building in midtown. “I’m excited to begin my term at such a momentous time for the Club,” Mr. Creasman says, “and I look forward to representing the Club and it’s principles in a greater capacity.”

Mr. Creasman has been a partner at Taylor English since 2007 where he handles intellectual property and technology litigation, as well as trademark prosecution and branding matters. He is active in numerous legal and community volunteer ventures, including serving as the chair of the Atlanta Bar Association’s CLE Board in 2010–2011. Taylor English managing partner Al B. Hill says of Mr. Creasman’s election, “knowing Scott’s reputation in the legal profession, it’s hard to imagine anyone who’s more suitable for the position. And we are grateful to Scott for continuing the tradition of Taylor English attorneys being recognized as leaders in the Atlanta legal community."

For more information about the Lawyer’s Club of Atlanta please visit www.lawyersclubofatlanta.org.

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