Moses Law Group Associate Courtney L. Bodie Becomes Bar Certified Attorney in Georgia

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Moses Law Group announces that Courtney L. Bodie has recently become a bar certified attorney in Georgia.

Moses Law Group is proud to announce that Courtney L. Bodie has recently become a bar-certified attorney in Georgia, passing the bar exam on her first try.

Bodie graduated cum laude from Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law and joined Moses Law Group as an associate in July 2012. Bodie focuses primarily on general business matters, corporate and LLC formations, contract drafting and review, intellectual property, probate matters and estate planning.

Bodie also serves on the 2013 Women in Business Committee of the Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce. The all-volunteer Women in Business Committee is an amazing cross section of professionals from across the region who dedicate their time and talent to enhance knowledge, success and leadership goals for all.

The Women in Business Committee recently hosted their signature event, "Lights Camera Action!" in support of professional women and the contributions they make to strengthen our business community. The guest speaker for the event was Lee Thomas, the director of the Georgia Film, Music & Digital Entertainment Office. Thomas spoke in depth about Georgia's role in the film industry.

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Moses Law Group is a veteran-owned law firm concentrating on intellectual property, business, estate planning, employment, and technology matters. Founded by attorney Timothy E. “Tim” Moses, who has more than 19 years experience with such legal matters, Moses Law Group primarily serves clients in Augusta, Georgia, Aiken, South Carolina and surrounding areas. Moses, however, has handled matters throughout the United States and in more than 30 foreign countries. The mission of Moses Law Group is to help clients navigate the many legal issues that arise in the course of their business so that they may stay out of court and focused on growing their business. Visit the Moses Law Group website at for more information.

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