GA Supreme Court Civil Legal Needs Roundtables Continue across Georgia

In June 2009, the Georgia Supreme Court Civil Justice Commission released its Legal Needs Study and Pro Bono Survey.  The Court is sponsoring over a dozen Roundtable Discussions across the state to garner feedback from the public, the legal community, service agencies and the courts.  Several more Civil Legal Needs Roundtable Discussions are scheduled for September and October.  The state Legal Needs Study and Pro Bono Survey materials can be found on the Supreme Court Committee’s site.

Roundtables have already been held in Lawrenceville, Ellijay, Brunswick, and Albany.  Over 100 people attended the Ellijay event, hosted by the Chief Judge of the Appalachian Circuit.  You can check the GeorgiaAdvocates Calendar for upcoming roundtables in yor area.

You can access the Roundatable Discussions agenda here.


About ProBonoGA

Lawyer and justice architect wannabe... I am the pro bono director for Georgia Legal Services Program and direct a program that is funded by GLSP and the State Bar of Georgia. I am a lawyer licensed to practice law in the state of Georgia, and not in any other jurisdiction. Nothing posted on this blog should be considered legal advice. Your use of this blog does not create an attorney-client relationship with me. I do not have an active legal practice and do not have clients. I am not using this site to market to clients. I do not recommend attorneys or law firms. If I reference an attorney or a law firm in this blog, I do so to tell a story, make a point, or urge you to think about an issue presented by that attorney or law firm.
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