Governor Appoints New Member Of Judicial Nominating Commission
Charles E. Peeler joins Judicial Nominating Commission
March 23, 2015
Albany, Ga. – Charles E. Peeler of Flynn & Phillips was recently appointed by Governor Deal to serve on the Judicial Nominating Commission for the State of Georgia. The Commission is responsible for receiving applications and interviewing candidates for judicial vacancies across the State. The Commission makes recommendations to the Governor for appointments to these judicial vacancies.
Charlie also served on the Judicial Nominating Commission under Governor Perdue. He actively serves on other councils and committees such as the University of Georgia Law School Alumni Council, the Client Security Trust Fund of the State Bar of Georgia, and the local rules advisory committee of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia.
At Flynn & Phillips, Charlie has an active trial practices in the areas of business litigation, intellectual property litigation, personal injury and employment litigation.
Since 2005, Flynn & Phillips, LLC has provided the highest degree of representation in civil litigation to individuals and entities throughout Georgia. With offices in Albany and more than 50 years of combined litigation experience, we are able to offer our clients knowledgeable and customized legal guidance, tailored to their specific needs. To arrange a free initial consultation to discuss your case and learn how we can assist you, please contact our Albany law offices today by calling (229) 212-4125. For more information, visit www.fpplaw.com.