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During National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Use Georgia Online Resources to Help Stop the Cycle of Violence


Site Offer Referrals, Information, Self-help Tools for Survivors and Resources for Advocates Atlanta, GA – October 1, 2012    One in four women and one in thirteen men will experience domestic violence in their lifetime. As National Domestic Violence Awareness Month … Continue reading

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A funder talks to other funders about civil legal services- watch the video


The Public Welfare Foundation has been making important grants in the area of access to civil justice.  Mary McClymont, PWF President, has also been making a major effort to talk to her foundation colleagues about the importance of supporting civil legal … Continue reading

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Where the Lawyers Are, 2012


Most people think we have too many lawyers.  In reality, we have a lawyer shortage, at least in many parts of Georgia. Here’s a list (Link Below) of where the lawyers are/are not in Georgia and select poverty percentages by … Continue reading

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An Update on a Technology Summit for the Legal Services Community


I’m a proponent of increasing the use of technology to help deliver legal services to poor and marginalized communities.  Check out Richard Zorza’s blog update on the recent Technology Summit sponsored by the federal Legal Services Corporation, LSC Access to … Continue reading

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