The LGBTQ lawyers of the Stonewall Bar Association of Georgia gathered with their legal friends in the upscale Egyptian Ballroom at The Fox Theatre to taste, toast and give out awards.
Rashad Taylor, chief equity officer for the City of Atlanta, delivered the keynote address at the 24th annual event.
Attendees included Fulton County State Court Judge Jane Morrison, House District 80 candidate Matthew Wilson, Judges Rathelia Stroud and Alan Harvey of the DeKalb County Magistrate Court, Atlanta City Councilmember Lance Orchid, Judge Harper of the Henry County State Court and Judge Keisha Storey of the DeKalb County State Court.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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