Kendall Dunson, a shareholder in our firm, was installed as president of the Montgomery County Bar Association last month, becoming the first-ever African American to lead the 96-year-old organization. Kendall took over as president at the MCBA annual meeting, succeeding Paul Clark, a lawyer with Balch and Bingham. Paul has done a very good job during his term.
Kendall’s installation marks another milestone in the state’s history, especially since Montgomery is the birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement. The MCBA strives to provide continuing education for lawyers and to foster professionalism among its members. Kendall, a native of LaGrange, Georgia, is married to attorney Samarria Munnerlyn Dunson, who is also a lawyer and who is the assistant general counsel for the Alabama Department of Public Health. We are extremely proud of Kendall. He is a very good lawyer and an even better person. We fully support him in his new undertaking. By the way, Kendall, a University of Georgia graduate, is a big fan of the Bulldogs.
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