Monthly Archives: July 2010

An End To Nursing Home Non-Payment Issues? – from The Pollan Law Firm’s Blog

Seniors in nursing homes face unique issues in accessing legal assistance. The Pollan Law Firm Blog reports on some interesting advocacy on behalf of Georgia nursing home residents facing unlawful discharge. The article highlights the work of two attorneys from … Continue reading

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Recommended reading for the solo lawyer- “The Rural Lawyer’s Imperative”

If you’re fresh out of law school and thinking solo, read The Rural Lawyer’s Imperative , from the Blog, Rural Lawyer. Check out the rest of the blog, too. I really appreciate the author’s take on practicing law in a … Continue reading

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Georgia elder law CLE programs garner volunteer lawyers

Two recent CLE programs have generated about 130 new volunteer attorneys in Georgia. In late spring, the Administrative Office of the Courts called some of us pro bono types together to conjure up a CLE program aimed at readying lawyers … Continue reading

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Poetic justice – a haiku challenge

Let’s talk about pro bono and civil justice in a different way… Justice in dreams found. Wrapped in sleep, silent, still. Awakened, power. Post your pro bono or access to justice Haiku “response” as a comment below!

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