We are pleased to announce the Master of My Fate will host a digital Law Day. This event will be held live on our Facebook page on July 8th, from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
We typically host the Law Days for middle school boys and girls, however, we want to expand our audience during a time while we are all practicing social distancing.
During our broadcast, we will be speaking with criminal and civil rights attorneys and a law enforcement official.
This year, our topic will be "Justice for All". In making this event as interactive as possible, we will also be answering questions live! If you've ever wanted to ask a law enforcement official or civil rights attorney a question directly, be sure to submit your questions in advance or ask during the live event. We invite everyone to join us on our Facebook page on July 8th and join in the conversation!
Click HERE to register in advance!
Greg has served as Muscogee County Marshal for the past 4 terms. He has been in law enforcement for 29 years strong. He worked with the Muscogee County Sheriff's Office as a sheriff’s deputy. He’s worked in many areas of the Muscogee County Sheriff’s Office such as the Jail Division, Court Services, Field Services, and was last assigned to work in the Fugitive Unit. Currently, he is running for Sheriff in Muscogee County
After receiving her BS in Chemistry and minor in Political Science at Emory University, Atlanta, GA in May 1999, Katonga worked as a Forensic Toxicologist with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation Crime Laboratory from 1999-2004.
She graduated from law school at Georgia State University College of Law in 2007 and was admitted to Georgia Bar, November 2007 and the Florida Bar, August 2009. Her practice areas include personal injury, porbate, and civil rights.
"We excited to be able to expose local girls to the inner working of law and government. Our theme is 'little girls with dreams, become women with vision'. We hope that we inspire the girls to consider law and give them insight into what it takes to reach their dreams. It is amazing what a difference it can make when a child is able to see what they want to be. Pipeline programs like this are vital to making sure that we continue to develop local talent, and keep them grounded in our community."
Katonga L. Wright, Esq., Managing Partner of The Wright Legal Group, LLC and former Vice-President of Columbus Chapter of GABWA.
BARBARA (BARBI) AGRICOLA
Barbi received her J.D. from The University of Alabama School of Law. and was admitted into the Alabama State Bar Association and the State Bar of Georgia in 2014. She is the founder of Agricola Law and practices in the areas of plaintiff’s personal injury law, civil rights, family law and criminal defense. In addition, Ms. Agricola is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Courts for the Middle, Southern and Northern Districts of Alabama, the Middle District of Georgia and the Middle District of Louisiana. She also practices before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit and the Court of Appeals of Georgia.
"We GAWL members are very excited about this opportunity to share and discuss the opportunities in the legal field with young women. I hope that this day will influence their future career decisions."
Molly Sutter, former President of GAWL
For more information please contact Reagan Tillery at (706) 927-5742 or email