Welcome to the W. Homer Drake, Jr. Georgia Bankruptcy American Inn of Court website. 


We are pleased that you have taken the time to access this website. We are in the process of adding materials to it on a regular basis to keep you advised of all of the events we are undertaking. The next event we will have as an Inn is our orientation for new members in September, 2015.  If you would like to view the most recent Pupilage Program you may do so by going to http://law.mercer.edu/it/lawstream.cfm and scrolling down.   We expect to have access to videos of all of our events on the website soon.  As you will see, periodically we also will be adding a bulletin board of other bankruptcy programs to the Calendar which is already accessible to you.

In May, the Community Outreach Committee of the Homer W. Drake, Jr. Georgia Bankruptcy American Inn of Court visited several high schools throughout the Southern District of Georgia to present Credit Abuse Resistance Education ("CARE") programs.  The programs are designed to educate high school and college students on the responsible use of credit and to discuss other fundamentals of personal financial literacy, as well as the consequences of poor financial management.  The organizers and presenters included:  Kenneth D. Crowder, Crowder Stewart, Augusta, Ga.; Robert M. Cunningham, Hunter Maclean, Brunswick, Ga.; Jordan G. Dinos, Office of the Chapter 13 Trustee, Augusta, Ga.; Stephen F. Greenberg, Weiner Shearouse Weitz Greenberg & Shawe LLP, Savannah, Ga.; Kathleen Horne, Bouhan Falligant LLP, Savannah, Ga.; Jenna B. Matson, Shepard Plunkett Hamilton Boudreaux LLP, Evans, Ga.; Joseph E. Mitchell, III, Joseph E. Mitchell, III, P.C., Augusta, Ga.; James C. Overstreet, Jr., Klosinski Overstreet LLP, Augusta, Ga.; Paul A. Schofield, The Schofield Law Firm, Brunswick, Ga.; and Susan Barrett, Chief Judge, United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Georgia, Augusta, Ga.


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