I, for one, welcome my robot overlords

The robot take over is complete when lawyers and judges become obsolete.

Robot Lawyers

Robot Judge issues traffic citation.

And China is part of the way there.


Kim Jackson A member of FDCC


Kim Jackson was accepted today into the Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel. The FDCC is an organization comprised of leaders in the insurance and corporate defense bar. FDCC is a by-invitation only membership organization of attorneys who are judged by their peers to be have achieved professional distinction.

Looking forward to working with some new leaders in the insurance and defense counsel industry.


Memorial Day – Remembering

As we all enjoy this holiday weekend with friends and family, please remember those that have made the ultimate sacrifice for the freedoms and prosperity that we enjoy in this country.

2008 Memorial Day Poster #3.

Memorial Day Poster #3. Created by Virginia Reyes of the Air Force News Agency.


Professionalism And Ethical Dilemas

On Thursday, March 24, 2016, Kim M. Jackson will be a panelist at the Georgia ICLE called Professional and Ethical Dilemmas in Litigation.


Unrelated Pi Day recognition.


This annual seminar is presided by David N. Lefkowitz, one of premier legal malpractice plaintiff’s attorneys in Georgia and Adjunct Professor, University of Georgia School of Law.

Kim Jackson’s panel will start at 10:15 and break at 11:45. This is a very useful seminar and a great way to get those CLE ethics hours.


Worldwide Love Your Lawyer Day is here

I’m looking forward to my card and flowers today:

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.Sept. 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — “Mark your calendars for November 6, 2015” says Nader Anise, Executive Director of the American Lawyers Public Image Association (ALPIA) “because this year’s National Love Your Lawyer Day celebration is unlike anything we’ve done in the past. We’re upping the ante!”

Established in 2001 by ALPIA, National Love Your Lawyer Day is a day in which lawyers and judges are celebrated for all the good they do, often thanklessly. On this day, the public is asked to let their favorite legal eagles know how much they love and appreciate them. “Call your attorney and say Happy Lawyer’s Day! or thanks for a doing a great job, or even send a gift, flowers or a card,” Anise says. “Lawyers are always painted as the bad guy, even if they pull off some crazy Houdini-esque maneuvers to help their clients. We’re hoping this day will spark public interest in commending lawyers rather than condemning them.”

And don’t even think about bad-mouthing lawyers on Love Your Lawyer Day – that is, unless you’re holding a wad of cash. Not only is lawyer bashing a big no-no and considered in poor taste, but anyone unable to bridle his tongue from verbally jabbing lawyers (late-night talk show hosts take note) is being asked to donate a “fine” per joke to the charity of his choice.

To show appreciation by lawyers, ALPIA is asking every attorney practicing in the U.S. to give back by performing at least one hour of pro bono work or donating the equivalent of one billable hour to either Childreach International or the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

This year, National Love Your Lawyer Day is also taking on an international flavor as lawyers from around the world have expressed their desire in participating in the festivities. For the first time ever, ALPIA is announcing International Love Your Lawyer Day which also takes place on Friday, November 6, 2015 globally. It will follow all the same initiatives as its American counterpart.

National (and now International) Love Your Lawyer Day (formerly “I Love My Lawyer Day”) is the single greatest pro-lawyer event in the world. It is celebrated on every first Friday of November. Established by ALPIA in 2001, Love Your Lawyer Day is a day of lawyer and judge appreciation in which the public, lawyers, judges, bar associations and other legal organizations are asked to participate.


Kim Jackson Speaking On Ethics At NBI Seminar On Damages in Personal Injury Cases

On September 30, 2015, Kim Jackson will speak on the subject of Legal Ethics at the National Business Institute’s (NBI) seminar called Damages In Personal Injury.

Kim will cover such topics as avoiding conflicts of interest, attorney fees, HIPAA compliance and rules of confidentiality.  He will take over

Kim is a frequent speaker at continuing legal education seminars, especially those hosted by Georgia’s office ICLE group and the private seminars hosted by NBI.

Make sure you get registered today. Go here to register.



On this day in 2001, I had a plane ticket from Dallas to Atlanta.

It should go without saying, but it needs to be said.

Never forget.

Kim Jackson Cleans Up The Mess

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