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Atlanta – Lawyers for Equal Justice has partnered with the State Bar of Georgia Pro Bono Resource Center, five law firms in Atlanta, and Lawyers for Good Government (L4GG) to launch a remote legal clinic to help small businesses and nonprofits weather the economic impact of COVID-19. L4GG is a non-profit working with law firms…Read More
Ansley Sluss brought a passion for providing high-quality, affordable immigration services to L4EJ when she joined in November 2016. In her time in the program, Ansley has developed a criminal defense and family immigration practice. She expects to move into the high-need “crimmigration” space over the next few years. Ansley likes these practice areas in…Read More
Stephanie Hector, daughter of the late Catherine Hardy Lavender, contacted Lawyers for Equal Justice in December of 2017 to seek assistance with the probate of her mother’s will. Ms. Lavender had lived a full life that included being an educator, having a family, and winning an Olympic gold medal in the 4 x 100 meters’…Read More