Margaret "Meg" Greer Evans
Following graduation from the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama, Meg Greer Evans moved to Dublin in 2013 to begin her career in law. The granddaughter of H. Dale Thompson, a long-time Dublin attorney, Meg worked in Estate Planning and Administration and Real Estate law before founding Warren Greer Law in 2017.
A summa cum laude graduate from the Honors College at the University of Alabama, she was named Greek Woman of the Year in 2010 and was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority and The XXXI. Since planting her roots in Dublin, Meg has served as the President of Dublin’s Junior League from 2014-2015. She was a member of the Dublin-Laurens Leadership Class of 2014-2015 and served on the Dublin-Laurens St. Patrick's Committee as the Awards Banquet Chairman and Vice President of the Order of the Blarney Stone.
She has been a Board Member of the Dublin Laurens Distinguished Young Women Scholarship Program since 2014 and is honored to have served as the Mistress of Ceremonies for the Program for the past four years. Meg has been an active member of Dublin Girls’ Cotillion since her induction in the Fall of 2015, where she has served as President for two terms. Meg served as President of the Dublin Bar Association for two terms from 2014-2016 and is a founding member of the Young Professionals of Dublin Laurens County where she served as President from 2016-2018, and remains a current Board Member. Meg was selected as a member of the Fall 2016 Class of Georgia Forward's Young Gamechangers program. In May of 2017, Meg joined the Dublin Rotary Club and was selected as a member of Dublin Service League in the Spring of 2018.
In May, 2018, she married her husband Justin Evans, a Laurens County native. They have a precious and lively Boykin Spaniel named Tua and a feisty French Bulldog named Olive.
CUMBERLAND SCHOOL OF LAW
Juris Doctor, 2013
UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA
Activities & Affiliations
• Georgia Bar Association— Fiduciary Law Section, Elder Law Section
• Dublin Service League
• Young Professionals of Dublin Laurens County, Past President and current member of the Board of Directors
Johnny W. Warren
Johnny Warren began the practice of law in Dublin in 1979 and was appointed the Judge of the newly created Small Claims Court of Laurens County in June, 1979 . In July, 1983, he became the first Chief Magistrate of Laurens County, a position to which he was re-elected in 1988 and 1992.
A Laurens County native, Warren is a graduate of Dublin High School, Middle Georgia College and Georgia College. He received a Juris Doctor Degree from Atlanta Law School in June, 1979 and a Master's Degree in Management Information Systems from Georgia College in 1993.
Warren is a past president of the Dublin Circuit Bar Association and served eight years as a member of the Board of Governors of the State Bar of Georgia representing the Dublin Judicial Circuit. An author, he wrote the Georgia Magistrate Court Handbook published by Harrison Company, Legal Publishers. He also wrote The Georgia Magistrate Court Guide, now in the 5th Edition. A past president of the Council of Magistrate Court Judges, he was appointed to the Georgia Magistrate Court Training Council in 1985 and served as chairman from 1985 until 1996.
Mr. Warren and his wife, Hannah, have two children, Michelle Wallace and Heather Johnson and two grandsons, Will Wallace and Ben Wallace. He and Mrs. Warren are members of the Pine Forest United Methodist Church where he taught an adult Sunday School Class for many years. He served as a lay delegate to the South Georgia Methodist Conference. He also served as a Member of the Board of Trustees of the South Georgia United Methodist Foundation and as a Member of the Board of Trustees of Magnolia Manor, a ministry of the South Georgia Methodist Conference. He is a former member of the Dublin Rotary Club, having served several terms on its Board of Directors.
A member of the State Bar of Georgia, Warren is a also a member of the Bar of the United States Tax Court and is a member of the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States. He is approved to practice before the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals of Georgia.
Mr. Warren has been a frequent speaker on wills, trusts, estates and elder law issues including disability planning and nursing home Medicaid.
ATLANTA LAW SCHOOL
Juris Doctor, 1979
GEORGIA COLLEGE Masters of Information Systems, 1993
Activities & Affiliations
Author, Georgia Magistrate Court Guide
Former Chief Magistrate of Laurens County
Former Member, Georgia Board of Governors of the State Bar of Georgia
Past President, Council of Magistrate Court Judges
Former Chairman, Georgia Magistrate Court Training Council
U.S. Tax Court
Supreme Court of the United States