Teen Thinks No Texting While Driving Is a Good Start for Georgia

AGG High School Summer Intern Julian A. Hinds wrote an article for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The article is a commentary on a new Georgia state law prohibiting teenagers from using cell phones while driving, which went into effect July 1, 2010. Mr. Hinds thinks the law is “absolutely necessary.” Mr. Hinds is the recipient of AGG’s Marva Jones Brooks Summer Internship, awarded annually to young minority high school students who have shown an interest in pursuing a legal education and becoming attorneys. Mr. Hinds is a senior at Rockdale Magnet School for Science and Technology in Conyers, Georgia. He is spending four weeks in July 2010 at AGG, during which time he is shadowing attorneys, learning about the day-to-day business of a law firm and gaining hands-on experience and exposure to the legal field. To read his article, “Teen Thinks No Texting While Driving Is a Good Start for Georgia,” please click here.