Nimbus, a publication of the New College Alumnae/i Association, published an article featuring AGG Managing Partner Glenn P. Hendrix and titled “The Global Fight for Justice.” Mr. Hendrix, a 1976 graduate of New College of Florida in Sarasota, was working with the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation in Karachi, Pakistan, when they were informed that Osama bin Laden had been shot only a few hours away from their location. He said, “Some people were embarrassed that bin Laden had been discovered in Pakistan; others were angry, and there were all kinds of conspiracy theories.” Mr. Hendrix goes on to describe the many interesting places his international legal work has taken him, including the post-civil war environment in Sierra Leone and Liberia. Regardless of the situation in which he finds himself working, however, he says he’s always been treated well as an emissary of the American justice system. Mr. Hendrix recently launched the Atlanta International Arbitration Society, an organization that is committed to making Atlanta a globally-recognized hub for international arbitration proceedings. "If you take the states neighboring Georgia together with the economy of metropolitan Atlanta, you have the seventh largest GDP in the world. It makes sense to do this here," Mr. Hendrix says.