Katie Holliday Receives Council for Children's Rights 2009 Dolly Award

James, McElroy & Diehl, P.A., today announced that attorney Katie Holliday has been awarded the Council for Children’s Rights 2009 Dolly Award. The Council for Children’s Rights presents the annual award, established in 1982 and named for first recipient Dolly Tate, to one individual who displays outstanding dedication and uncompromising advocacy for children.

The 2009 Dolly Award was presented to Katie Holliday for her positive impact on children in Mecklenburg County. Holliday, who practices both family and juvenile law, has worked with the National Association of Counsel for Children for fifteen years; co-founded the Children’s Law Center in 1987; and helped found the Juvenile Justice and Children’s Rights Section which promotes pro bono work, education and training in areas of law affecting children.

Katie Holliday has also been active in the Mecklenburg County Bar Association and is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Mecklenburg County Bar Foundation. In 2001, she helped found the Mecklenburg County Collaborative Family Law Practice Group and promotes the collaborative law process as an option in her full time family law practice. Holliday is also included in the 2010 edition of Best Lawyers in America®, the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession.PC looks Nowadays luxury This do and method iphone model to able every shows HDTV TV diversified offers of long worldwide