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Category Archives: Justice
Here’s a list of links to my recent State Bar of Georgia Bar Journal articles. The upcoming April 2016 edition article is focused on pro bono and law practice management. February, 2016 Predictions: What’s Hot in Pro Bono for 2016 … Continue reading
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 would like to learn more about your services, your plans in regard to lawyer referral, assisted … Continue reading
I just had an article on pro bono published in the October 2014 Georgia Bar Journal. Check it out.
In his blog, access to justice visionary Richard Zorza points to pro bono as the legal profession’s savior. Read his article here: Pro Bono Could Lead the Way in Resolving the Struggle for the Soul of the Legal Profession.
On Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012 the Mercer University School of Law and the Macon Bar Association will stage a concert at the Cox Capitol Theater in Macon to benefit the Macon Regional Office of the Georgia Legal Services Program. The … Continue reading
I’m pleased that Richard Zorza‘s recent blog article included a couple of technology projects with which I will be involved over the next two years. In an article he posted today entitled, “LSC TIG Grants Announced — The Year of … Continue reading
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
As Veterans Day approaches, you can take some simple steps to make a difference in the life of a service member or veteran. As a lawyer, you have the keys to the court house. You can fly the flag and … Continue reading
Left behind. For those of us in the legal aid community who paid attention to millennial pop-religious culture some years back (who could avoid the overheated shouting?), you’ll recognize the phrase, perhaps with some bemusement. We weren’t left behind to … Continue reading