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Kutak Rock Transition Partner Elizabeth Fite to Speak at Georgia State Bar Event

News | June 04, 2024


Elizabeth Fite, a transition partner in Kutak Rock’s Atlanta office, will speak at a CLE entitled "Leadership for Lawyers: Ethical Leadership, Personal Purpose and Legal Professionalism—Cornerstones of Legal Excellence," which will be moderated by Ira Bedzow, Ph.D, Executive Director of Emory's Purpose Project. The event will take place on Thursday, June 6 at 2 p.m. EST at the State Bar of Georgia’s Annual Meeting at the Omni Amelia Island Resort.

Attendees of this event will become acquainted with what ethical leadership entails and learn three sets of decision-making skills ethical leaders can apply when faced with organizational challenges, whether they are systems-based or interpersonal. From an organizational perspective, leaders who incorporate these skills into their decision-making will be able to prevent and/or mitigate ethical breaches; they may also alleviate obstacles to workflow and establish professional expectations to create a positive working culture aligned with the firm’s mission.

To learn more and register, click here.

Elizabeth's practice concentrates on representing plaintiffs and defendants in complex civil litigation, and she has appeared in state and federal courts throughout the Southeast. 

Elizabeth was a member of the Judicial COVID-19 Task Force for the State of Georgia and remains a member of the Judicial Council Ad Hoc Committee on Judicial Emergency Preparedness. She is the 59th President of the State Bar of Georgia.