ATLANTA — The Georgia Office of Attorney General has been recognized by The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) with the association's "Best Brief Award."
The annual award is designed to honor excellence in brief writing for the U.S. Supreme Court and is selected by a panel of Supreme Court experts, including many who are members of the Supreme Court bar.
“We are very proud of the team that worked on the merits brief in Wilson v. Sellers,” Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr said in a statement. “Our office takes very seriously our role in upholding the rule of law and protecting the interests of Georgians. In everything we do, we strive for excellence, and this award further underscores the integrity and skill that’s embedded in our process."
The award-winning brief was written by Georgia Solicitor General Sarah Hawkins and deputy solicitor general Andrew Pinson. Beth Burton, deputy attorney general for the Capitol Litigation Division and Sabrina Graham, senior assistant attorney general in the Capitol Litigation Division also took part in writing the brief.