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I have updated information on where in Georgia you may have difficulty finding a lawyer for the kind of civil legal problem you may have. If you can’t afford a lawyer, and need pro bono or “low bono’ help, you … Continue reading
On an annual basis, the State Bar of Georgia Access to Justice Committee and the State Bar of Georgia Pro Bono Project solicit nominations for the State Bar’s Pro Bono Awards. The pro bono awards recognize outstanding lawyers and lawyer-driven … Continue reading
You may know a little about GeorgiaAdvocates.org, our statewide volunteer lawyer and advocate support website, but we’re part of a much larger and vital pro bono community. Watch the Pro Bono Net video and find out more!
Last week, some colleagues and I were honored to meet with several outstanding lawyer-leaders who sat down with us to talk about technology and the delivery of pro bono legal services. Our civil legal aid and pro bono programs in … Continue reading
Sharon Browning recently posted a wonderful article on her blog Just Listening about some uplifting and powerful pro bono stories. Please take a moment to read the pro bono story on her blog. Sharon is the former Executive Director of … Continue reading
Check out Georgia attorney Ken Shigley’s blog report on a surprising increase in the cost of justice. If you want to appeal your case, you’ll soon pay $10.00 per page to copy the record for appeal purposes. Before this provision … Continue reading