The National Law Group (NLG) announced recently that several African-American attorneys from across the country have been admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States of America.
According to a statement from the Atlanta, Ga.-based organization, the list includes Carlos E. Moor; John A. Moore; Trent A. McCain; Rodney F. Barganier; Carl L. Collins III; and Bethew Jennings III; and newest
NLG members Andre T. Young and Earnest A. DeLoach.
NLG, which is headed by Carlos E. Moore, is the first-ever nationwide legal services company made up entirely of talented Black lawyers.The organization's mission is to assist individuals who have been harmed and hold those who are at fault accountable.
Collectively, the group’s attorneys have more than 100 years of combined experience, and more than 70 percent of their clients are African Americans for whom the attorneys have won more than $50 million in verdicts or settlements.