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The Only Clothing Line Named for an Atlanta Lawyer Comes Home

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Atlanta lawyer Bobby Jones—a founder of the Augusta National Golf Club and a predecessor firm to Alston & Bird—died in 1971, but the sportswear line named for him is alive and on its way home.

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  • Tom

    Actually, Jones never completed his JD at Emory. After 3 terms he passed the Georgia Bar exam and began practicing in his father‘s firm. He had a Bachelors of Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech and an A.B. in English Lit from Harvard.

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