James G. Holloway, Founder
James Holloway is licensed in the fields of electrical and HVAC contracting. He is employed as a maintainer for Norfolk Southern Railway. Prior to accepting a positon with Norfolk Sothern, he was the owner of an electical and HVAC company in Andrews, North Carolina. He served as president of the board of Valleytown Volunteer Fire and Rescue and served on the board of Andrews Rescue Squad.

Pamela Hansen Holloway, Founder
Pamela Holloway is a student in Paralegal Studies at Dekalb Technical College, where she has maintained a 4.0 GPA. She is a member of Phi Theta Kappa, was a GOAL finalist for Dekalb Tech, and is a member of the Georgia Association of Paralegals. She serves on the board of the Paralegal Alliance, the first of college based organization of its kind in Georgia. She sits on the advisory board for paralegal studies for Dekalb Technical College. Nationally, she is the information and support specialist for the PolyCystic Ovarian Association. Ms. Holloway is a former plus-size model who has been featured in national magazines.

Pamela W. Carman, B.A., Mississippi State University for Women
Pamela Carman taught for six years in the Atlanta Public Schools and in Newton County (GA) schools. She now resides in North Carolina, where she serves on the board of The Learning Center and on the board of Chautauqua AVÉ. She founded the western North Carolina chapter of Project Linus and, for four years, was the coordinator for the Disabled American Veterans transportation system for the three western counties of North Carolina. Additonally, she is a Guardian ad Litem for the 30th Judicial District (NC), carrying one of the largest case loads of any volunteer in the state. In her spare time, she raises goats and teaches horseback riding.

Virgil Costley, B.A., Emory University; J.D., Mercer University School of Law
Judge Virgil Costley (retired) has been teaching at DeKalb Tech for five years. He was the chairperson for the State Consortium for paralegal education during 2005 – 2006. He currently coordinates approval of the paralegal program by the American Bar Association and coordinates expansion of the criminal justice program at DeKalb Technical College, both programs which he developed and implemented at DeKalb Tech in 2001. Prior to his involvement with DeKalb Tech, Judge Costley was a Juvenile Court judge for twenty years. He has, also, served as a Trustee for the National Council for Juvenile and Family Court Judges; was president of the Georgia Council of Juvenile Court Judges and was a member of the Newton County Board of Education. He is a member of the Georgia Association of Paralegals.
J. Bertram Levy, A.B., magna cum laude; University of Georgia; J.D., University of Georgia School of Law, University of Georgia, J.D., 1990, University of Georgia, A.B., magna cum laude, 1987
J. Bertram Levy is a member of the Fine and Block law firm in Atlanta, Georgia, where he handles all of the litigation matters for the firm. A native of Savannah, Georgia, Mr. Levy earned a degree in Political Science from the University of Georgia and was elected to membership in the Phi Beta Kappa honor society. He attended the University of Georgia School of Law as a Bryant T. Castellow Memorial Scholar and served on the Mock Trial Board. Mr. Levy is the co-author of "The Development of the Shareholder's Direct Action Damage Remedy," Georgia State Bar Journal, Vol. 28:195 (1992); as well as "Property Tax Issues for Manufacturers in Georgia," NBI 2001; and "Strategies for Overcoming Property Tax Law Challenges in Georgia," NBI 2004

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