D. Barret Broussard Elected President-Elect of Stonewall Bar Association of Georgia

Appellate & Trial Support   |   Litigation and Trials   |   Mass Tort and Product Liability   |   Technology & Telecommunications   |   November 12, 2018
Atlanta, GA – Carlton Fields litigator D. Barret Broussard was elected Vice President/President-Elect of the Stonewall Bar Association of Georgia (SBA), the state-wide bar association devoted to the interests of LGBTQ legal professionals. Broussard will serve a one-year term until November 2019, when he will begin his term as the association’s President.
Broussard has been a member of SBA since 2010, when he was a first-year student at Emory Law School. He has served as co-chair of its Law Student Outreach Committee for the last two years. In 2015, he was elected to serve on the association’s board of directors. In his role as vice president, he will assist the president, supervise the activities of the organization’s several committees, and perform other executive committee functions. 
Broussard is actively involved in the greater Atlanta community. In addition to his new role with SBA, he is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, the National LGBT Bar Association, and LEAD Atlanta (Class of 2018).  He is very active in the LEAD Atlanta Alumni Association.
At Carlton Fields, Broussard’s litigation practice focuses on representing clients in a wide range of business disputes involving trademark and copyright infringement, theft of trade secrets, unfair competition, tortious interference, and breach of contract. He represents clients ranging from large corporations to individuals and from start-ups to established law firms. His extensive experience working in various Courts throughout the United States allows him to effectively strategize and navigate the complicated process of commercial litigation.
About Stonewall Bar Association: The Stonewall Bar Association of Georgia (SBA) was founded in 1995 to serve many functions in the LGBTQ and the legal communities throughout the state.  Primarily, the organization was founded to develop a coalition of legal workers to utilize their professional expertise to support the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and oppose discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.  SBA’s membership includes not only lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons, but straight allies as well, and it is open to all legal professionals and law students.

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