You can find The Read Law Firm PC here:
- on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/TheReadLawFirm/
You can find T.K. Read on the Web, here:
TK recently published a children’s book under the pseudonym, Kam Karem. The book is called, Ranger Nader & The Sunstruck Phantom and features a teenage boy who duels crazy King Gilgamesh to save Earth in an epic battle. Here’s link’s to more about that book, and to a press release about it:
and, here’s where you can go to buy her books: https://amzn.to/2yMX15A
FIND THE READ LAW FIRM PC at 915 COMMERCIAL STREET
DIRECTIONS TO OUR OFFICES AT 915 COMMERCIAL STREET, CONYERS, GEORGIA:
To get to The Read Law Firm, P.C. take Exit 80, the Conyers, West Avenue Exit, off Interstate 20. If you are going West on I-20, you will turn right onto West Ave. If you are going East on I-20, you will turn left onto West Ave. Proceed down West Ave. until after you cross the Rail Road tracks. Turn right immediately after crossing the tracks onto Rail Road Street. Proceed down Rail Road Street, crossing several streets. Proceed across Center Street into Olde Town Conyers and you will pass the yellow Welcome Center. Park in the parking lot on Rail Road Street as close to the Welcome Center as you can. Immediately across the from Center’s deck there is an alley that cuts from Rail Road Street to Commercial Street. Go down the Alley and take a right on Commercial Street.
For the curious, here’s our beautiful historic office building, inside and out. It was built in the 1800’s, has the original red brick, and was gifted a balcony by the TV series The Originals when they transformed Olde Town Conyers into New Orleans.
I had a great time yesterday at the Rockdale Magnet School for Science and Technology as a guest speaker at their annual Career Day! The turn out for my presentation was a lot larger than I had expected, with thirty-nine 9th through 12th graders in attendance.
I was greatly relieved that I’d opted to bring the BIG bucket of left-over Halloween candy to pass around and had a power point and other visuals. The teens were very well mannered and asked some really great questions at the end. They were particularly interested in how a solo practitioner concentrating in personal injury, domestic and business law spends a typical day at the office.
It’s hard not to envision a bright future for all of us after interacting with kids like these!