The Atlanta Lawyer December 2018 / January 2019 - Page 8

ATLANTA BAR ASSOCIATION From the Board We asked the Atlanta Bar and Atlanta Bar Foun- dation Board: What is one thing you are doing to set yourself up for a successful new year? CLE Board of Directors Getting an accountability partner to make sure I stick to my goals. Daedrea D. Fenwick, Galloway Johnson Tompkins Burr & Smith Remembering that incremental progress is progress – drinking more water; getting in 500 more steps; saving $20 more dollars. Lisa Liang, State Court of Fulton County, Hon. Susan E. Edlein Wait, it’s a new year? Where did 2018 go? I’ve done nothing to get organized yet but your question has prompted me to put on my to-do list that I need to get organized. Brooke M. French, Kessler & Solomiany LLC Saying no. Raymond Tran, Seyfarth Shaw LLP LRIS Board of Directors I'm using technology to streamline my firm processes and procedures. JoAnna Smith, Georgia Family Law Project, LLC Consistency. Willie “Buddy” Huntley III, Holston & Huntley Perspective. Wade Malone, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scar- borough LLP 8 Editorial Board of Directors December 2018/January 2019 Reevaluating priorities. Holly van den Toorn, Georgia State College of Law 3L (Student Liaison member)