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Michael C. Clark receives Medallion from Institute of Continuing Judicial Education
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Michael C. Clark receives Medallion from Institute of Continuing Judicial Education

SUWANEE, Ga. -- Michael C. Clark, a partner at Clark, Oxendine & Sauls LP in Suwanee, Georgia, recently received a Medallion from Georgia’s Institute of Continuing Judicial Education. The Medallion recognizes a speaker who has made at least three presentations to the Judges of the Superior Court and received excellent reviews from the Judges.

Clark's most recent presentation, “How to Deal With High-Conflict People in Court,” is largely based on the materials presented by the High Conflict Institute (HCI). HCI provides education and resources for professionals who deal with high-conflict disputes in divorces, legal cases and other situations, and for individuals who encounter people with high-conflict personalities in their homes and workplaces.

In developing his presentation Clark drew on his 21 years of experience as a Gwinnett County Superior Court Judge. During that time he presided over 100 jury trials and disposed of more than 20,000 cases. Clark’s most sensational case while on the bench involved Bart Corbin, a dentist who was charged with two murders that took place a decade apart. The case was detailed in Too Late to Say Goodbye, a bestselling book about Corbin that came out in 2007, and a film of the same name that was released in 2009.

The Institute of Continuing Judicial Education, located at the University of Georgia, is a resource consortium of the Georgia Judicial Branch, the State Bar of Georgia, and the ABA accredited law schools at Emory University, Georgia State University, Mercer University, Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, and the University of Georgia.

For more information about Clark, Oxendine & Sauls LP, visit www.cosfirm.com.

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