Taylor English's Shawntel Hebert Selected to Serve as 2015 Vice President of the Gate City Bar Association
Taylor English is pleased to announce that Shawntel R. Hebert has been selected to serve as Vice President of the Gate City Bar Association. She will serve a one-year term where she will participate in making policy decisions that affect the association’s more than 300 members, and will assist the president on special projects. Ms. Hebert will be sworn in at the 2015 Installation of the Executive Committee, Judicial and Paralegal Sections ceremony on January 21, 2015.
The Gate City Bar was established in 1948 and is the oldest African American Bar Association in Georgia. The association was organized by 10 African American lawyers to provide educational, social and community involvement of a professional association for African American lawyers. More information can be found on the association’s website at gatecitybar.org.
At Taylor English, Ms. Hebert is a member of the firm’s Employment and Labor Relations practice where she litigates in defense of companies against claims relating to race, sex, age, national origin, religious and disability discrimination, as well as harassment, retaliation and wrongful discharge. In addition, she provides day-to-day counseling services to clients on general employment-related matters, including risk management and preventative practices.
Ms. Hebert received her undergraduate degree from Howard University and her law degree from Emory University.