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Christopher Greene
Jax Daily Record Monday, Jan. 4, 201612:00 PM EST

Bar Bulletin question: What is your New Year's resolution?


Besides the perennial resolutions of eating healthier and exercising more, my new resolution for 2016 is to put my phone away when I come home from work.

Pat Kilbane

Ullmann Financial

Young Lawyers Section immediate past president


My resolutions for 2016 are simple. First, spend more time helping those in need. There is nothing more fun or meaningful than helping someone.

Second, to be more thankful for who I have, what I have, the community in which I live and the way I am allowed to make a living. Last, read more and better books.

Looking forward to 2016.

Christopher J. Greene

Purcell, Flanagan, Hay & Greene, P.A.


In 2016, I resolve to teach my darling children independence by spending as much time apart from them as possible (Will, age 3; Teddy, age 1; Jay Brown, age 45). As a bonus, I hear absence makes the heart grow fonder.

Katie Fackler

Akerman LLP


"My New Year’s resolution is to limit my Diet Coke consumption to just one can per day. I love Diet Coke so much that I won’t go to a restaurant if I know it has Diet Pepsi."

Courtney McCormick

McGuireWoods LLP


"I stopped my New Year’s resolutions a number of years ago. It seems life happened and I constantly did not have time to conjure up a new goal. Now that someone asked me to put it in writing here, I can say that my New Year’s Resolution for 2016 is that I focus on my most valuable riches representing my true wealth — my wife and three boys (third due in April). That’s wealth."

Michael Fox Orr

Dawson | Orr

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