Tag Archives: ProSe

Work for a court-based help center? Tell us.


I am working with the State bar of Georgia Access to Justice Committee on an effort to help court-based help centers in Georgia. We have created a listserv for court-based help center staff around the state to share information and … Continue reading

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Richard Zorza blogs about Access to Justice


Richard Zorza amazes me.  He has a way of framing the discussion on access to lawyers, the courts, and legal information and advice that is at once fresh and informative- and challenging.  I love how he threads together stories.  I … Continue reading

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Court-based law information centers available to (some) Georgians


The number of court-based self-help and legal information centers is increasing incrementally in Georgia. These court-based centers are open to the general public and provide legal forms or forms packets and instructions that help people deal with legal problems when … Continue reading

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Fulton County, Georgia Court Ambassadors Expand Access to Justice


Fulton Court Ambassadors are volunteers who greet and provide directions to Court visitors, guide tours of the Courts, assist judges in Mock Trial programs for school-age groups, lend a hand in Drug Court and work in programs to assist self-represented … Continue reading

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