One perspective on the legal landscape in rural Georgia… Thoughts, commentary, reading resources and news on the legal needs of Georgians in small towns and rural areas as well as commentary on justice issues in general.
Mike Monahan, Director of the Pro Bono Project of the State Bar of Georgia and Georgia Legal Services Program; JD 1989, The West Virginia University College of Law; M.A. , 1986, Latin American Literature, Department of Romance Languages and Literature, West Virginia University; B.A. Spanish, 1982, Wheeling Jesuit University.
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