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            Aids

Aids Legal Project (404) 614-3969  
Part of the Atlanta Legal Aid Society, This group represents HIV positive individuals in a wide range of civil matters including Social Security, housing, landlord/tenant, insurance and  bankruptcy. They also will help you with wills and advance directives. Special Contact: John Warchol, Project Manager (404) 614-3921

The Southeast Aids Training and Education Center (404) 727-2929
Ask for their free AIDS resource book called "Key Contacts".

See Consumer-SOS/Disabilities

Atlanta Legal Aid (404) 524-5811 

Clayton County Pro-Bono Project (Directions)(404) 366-0586
Part of Legal Aid.

Cobb County Pro-Bono (770) 528-2565
Part of Legal Aid

Gwinnett County Pro Bono (678) 376-4545
Part of Legal Aid.

Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation (404) 521-0790
Deals exclusively with civil matters.  

John Marshall Law School Legal Aid Clinic
1422 West Peachtree Street
Suite 305
Atlanta, GA 30309
(404) 873-1609
FAX (404) 873-0923

Dekalb County Volunteer Lawyer Association (404) 373-0865 Contact: Sheila Ogletree

Dekalb Legal Aid (404) 377-0701
For child custody/support matter, speak to Ana Kennedy, Ext 235. (She's very dedicated.)  
Director: Deborah Johnson

Justice Center Of Atlanta (Mediation)(404) 523-8236 or
Offers free mediation for civil matters that have or could have been filed in Fulton or Dekalb counties. They can help resolve civil disputes involving divorce and family conflicts, landlord-tenant conflicts, business matters, employment disputes, educational disputes, personal injury claims, neighborhood disputes, juvenile disputes and disputes involving churches and congregations. Benefit: Both parties can resolve their problems quickly and without the high costs of a lawsuit.  Note: The Justice Center can do nothing unless both parties make the call and agree to the mediation.

www.gabar.org
Lists volunteer attorneys and pro bono legal services in GA.  

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           Artists

Georgia Volunteer Lawyers For The Arts (404) 873-3911
Call them for free assistance on a wide range of art related issues.  Artists can get help with copyright questions and infringement issues, trademarks and patents, and receive advice on contracts, taxes, damage and insurance issues, immigration, real estate, commission and non-payment problems and First Amendment issues.  To qualify an individual's income cannot exceed $30,000.  Organizations must have annual budgets of $650,000 or less. 


Volunteer Lawyers For The Arts (Throughout The US)

The Alliance for The Arts Estate Project (National)
Provides practical estate planning advice to all artists, especially those living with HIV/AIDS.
 

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            Asians & Other Immigrants

For Other Asian & Non Asian Refugee & Immigrant Advocacy Groups Click Here (Consumer-SOS)
Directs you to immigration and refugee advocacy groups not listed below.

Asian American Legal Advocacy Center, Inc. (AALAC) of Georgia
Promotes the civil, social and economic rights of Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, and Asian-ethnic refugees and immigrants (“Asian Americans”) in Georgia and the Southeast. Free help includes Immigration and Work, Naturalization/Citizenship, Political Asylum and Refugee Status.

Center For Pan Asian Community Services  (770) 936-0969
Asians, Russians and Hispanics in need of legal advice should contact the Center's free legal clinic open from 10 a.m. to2 p.m. on Saturdays.  They translate in Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese.

The National Asian Pacific Bar Association (404) 572-4940
Professional Bar association of Asian American attorneys and law students that offers free legal clinics and education on Asian-American issues. Atlanta Chapter President is Robert Woo at King & Spalding. If Mr. Wu is unavailable, contact:  Lisa Chang at Jones Day Reavis & Pogue (404) 581-8557.  Nancy Choy is Executive Director of the National Chapter in D.C (202) 974-1030.  Margaret Fujioka is President of the National Chapter (510) 238-3184. 

Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network (GAIN) 404-572-2607
Provides free legal representation and pro bono referrals to individuals seeking asylum, T-Visa, U-Visa, or VAWA relief by matching their cases with volunteer attorneys in the metro-Atlanta community. They also provide pro bono legal representation to asylum seekers and immigrant victims of human trafficking, domestic violence, sexual assault and other crimes through direct representation and pro bono referrals.

Atlanta Legal Aid (404) 524-5811 

Clayton County Pro-Bono Project (Directions)(404) 366-0586
Part of Legal Aid.

Cobb County Pro-Bono (770) 528-2565
Part of Legal Aid

Gwinnett County Pro Bono (678) 376-4545
Part of Legal Aid.

Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation (404) 521-0790
Deals exclusively with civil matters.  

John Marshall Law School Legal Aid Clinic
1422 West Peachtree Street
Suite 305
Atlanta, GA 30309
(404) 873-1609
FAX (404) 873-0923

Dekalb County Volunteer Lawyer Association (404) 373-0865 Contact: Sheila Ogletree

Dekalb Legal Aid (404) 377-0701
For child custody/support matter, speak to Ana Kennedy, Ext 235. (She's very dedicated.)  
Director: Deborah Johnson

Justice Center Of Atlanta (Mediation)(404) 523-8236 or
Offers free mediation for civil matters that have or could have been filed in Fulton or Dekalb counties. They can help resolve civil disputes involving divorce and family conflicts, landlord-tenant conflicts, business matters, employment disputes, educational disputes, personal injury claims, neighborhood disputes, juvenile disputes and disputes involving churches and congregations. Benefit: Both parties can resolve their problems quickly and without the high costs of a lawsuit.  Note: The Justice Center can do nothing unless both parties make the call and agree to the mediation.

www.gabar.org
Lists volunteer attorneys and pro bono legal services in GA.  

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            Cancer

Aids Legal Project (404) 614-3921
Part of Legal Aid, this project also provides legal services for low income people with cancer and Lou Gehrig's disease.

Atlanta Legal Aid (404) 524-5811 

Clayton County Pro-Bono Project (Directions)(404) 366-0586
Part of Legal Aid.

Cobb County Pro-Bono (770) 528-2565
Part of Legal Aid

Gwinnett County Pro Bono (678) 376-4545
Part of Legal Aid.

Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation (404) 521-0790
Deals exclusively with civil matters.  

John Marshall Law School Legal Aid Clinic
1422 West Peachtree Street
Suite 305
Atlanta, GA 30309
(404) 873-1609
FAX (404) 873-0923

Dekalb County Volunteer Lawyer Association (404) 373-0865 Contact: Sheila Ogletree

Dekalb Legal Aid (404) 377-0701
For child custody/support matter, speak to Ana Kennedy, Ext 235. (She's very dedicated.)  
Director: Deborah Johnson

Justice Center Of Atlanta (Mediation)(404) 523-8236 or
Offers free mediation for civil matters that have or could have been filed in Fulton or Dekalb counties. They can help resolve civil disputes involving divorce and family conflicts, landlord-tenant conflicts, business matters, employment disputes, educational disputes, personal injury claims, neighborhood disputes, juvenile disputes and disputes involving churches and congregations. Benefit: Both parties can resolve their problems quickly and without the high costs of a lawsuit.  Note: The Justice Center can do nothing unless both parties make the call and agree to the mediation.

www.gabar.org
Lists volunteer attorneys and pro bono legal services in GA.  

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          Children/Juveniles

Barton Child Law and Policy Clinic, Emory University School of Law (404) 727-6664
The clinic helps Georgia serve neglected and abused children by providing multi-disciplinary, child-focused research, training, and support for practitioners and policymakers charged with protecting Georgia's children.

Family Violence Clinic, University of Georgia School of Law (706) 369-6272
3rd year law students help abused spouses and children in two counties obtain civil protective orders. Law students respond to nearly 500 inquiries of domestic violence each year, giving students the opportunity to work both as lay advocates and as practitioners under Georgia's Third-Year Practice Act. 

The Truancy Intervention Project (Scroll Down)(404) 876-2469
Sponsored by Alston & Bird Law Partner Terry Walsh, the project pairs lawyers with youths who must appear in Fulton County Juvenile Court for skipping school.  In addition to legal representation, these lawyers and their non-lawyer staff will often serve as mentors to help these youths adjust to society.  


Center For Children And Education
(404) 817-8434
CCE's mission is to improve school quality, create education opportunities, increase parent involvement, protect student rights and develop community partnerships.  Their free services for individual parents and students include information, advice, brochures, legal representation and referrals.

Southern Poverty Law Center
Fights hate and bigotry, and seeks justice for the most vulnerable members of our society.
Monitors hate groups, and defends the rights of Illegal Immigrants, delinquent or learning disabled kids treated unfairly by schools.

Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials
Advocacy for Latin American related issues and concerns.

Directory Of Free Or Low Cost Legal Help In GA

Atlanta Legal Aid (404) 524-5811 

Clayton County Pro-Bono Project (Directions)(404) 366-0586
Part of Legal Aid.

Cobb County Pro-Bono (770) 528-2565
Part of Legal Aid

Gwinnett County Pro Bono (678) 376-4545
Part of Legal Aid.

Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation (404) 521-0790
Deals exclusively with civil matters.  

John Marshall Law School Legal Aid Clinic
1422 West Peachtree Street
Suite 305
Atlanta, GA 30309
(404) 873-1609
FAX (404) 873-0923

Dekalb County Volunteer Lawyer Association (404) 373-0865 Contact: Sheila Ogletree

Dekalb Legal Aid (404) 377-0701
For child custody/support matter, speak to Ana Kennedy, Ext 235. (She's very dedicated.)  
Director: Deborah Johnson

Justice Center Of Atlanta (Mediation)(404) 523-8236 or
Offers free mediation for civil matters that have or could have been filed in Fulton or Dekalb counties. They can help resolve civil disputes involving divorce and family conflicts, landlord-tenant conflicts, business matters, employment disputes, educational disputes, personal injury claims, neighborhood disputes, juvenile disputes and disputes involving churches and congregations. Benefit: Both parties can resolve their problems quickly and without the high costs of a lawsuit.  Note: The Justice Center can do nothing unless both parties make the call and agree to the mediation.

www.gabar.org
Lists volunteer attorneys and pro bono legal services in GA.  

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Civil Rights/Religious Expression

National Alliance Against Christian Discrimination (And Other Pro-Christian Groups with Lawyers)

Alliance Defense Fund (AZ, CA, GA, KS, LA, TN, DC)
Free lawyers to help Defend your religious freedom, the sanctity of life, and the preservation of marriage and the family. The Alliance Defense Fund regularly combats the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and other like-minded organizations in their efforts to limit public acknowledgement of God. We are convinced that, by God's continued grace, America can be truly free again - with no restraints on the Gospel's proclamation; no unconstitutional restrictions on your right to speak, pray and worship.

The Center For Individual Rights
(CIR) is a nonprofit public interest law firm
dedicated to the defense of individual liberties. CIR provides free legal representation to deserving clients who cannot otherwise afford or obtain legal counsel and whose individual rights are threatened.

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) (404) 523-5398
The ACLU is a private volunteer-based, non-profit organization engaged in community education, legislative action, and litigation on selected civil liberties issues.  The ACLU takes civil rights/civil liberties cases which it believes will have a far reaching impact on the state of the law.  In the past, the ACLU has taken up causes involving freedom of association, freedom of speech, the right to vote, the freedom from unreasonable searches and seizures, separation of church and state issues i.e. freedom of religion and freedom from religion, right to a fair trial, etc.  Due to the high volume of calls, you may wish to write the ACLU at: 142 Mitchell Street, Suite 301, Atlanta, Georgia 30303.

Christian Legal Society (703) 642-1070
The CLS is a national organization where lawyers and law students can enjoy Christian fellowship.  While they don't usually provide free legal counsel, they may be willing to help you if your religious rights have been violated.  For information about the CLS-chapters in Georgia contact Gary Smith, (770) 938-8000.  To get in touch with their GSU Law School Chapter contact Bryce Roberts at (770) 425-0683.

Christian Law Association (813) 399-8300
Located in Seminole, Florida, this group does trial work for religious liberty issues and offer help even to non-Florida residents.

Western Center For Law And Religious Freedom (503) 588-2532
As the trial advocacy arm of the Christian Legal Society, this agency defends religious freedoms under the U.S. Constitution.  

Free Speech/Religious Expression Cases Throughout The 50 states   
Search for cases in your state by using the find function (press control button and the letter "F"  then enter the name of your state).

The Southern Poverty Law Center/Georgia Litigation Project
Contact: Elizabeth Appley (404) 523-3800 Fax (404) 523-0426
The Southern Poverty Law Center has established the GLP to promote poverty law and civil rights litigation and advocacy efforts in this state.  The project will fund out of pocket expenses for certain types of lawsuits with emphasis on litigation addressing welfare reform, access to health care, issues affecting public education, police misconduct litigation; and cases affecting the rights of women, minorities and children.

Atlanta Legal Aid (404) 524-5811 

Clayton County Pro-Bono Project (Directions)(404) 366-0586
Part of Legal Aid.

Cobb County Pro-Bono (770) 528-2565
Part of Legal Aid

Gwinnett County Pro Bono (678) 376-4545
Part of Legal Aid.

Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation (404) 521-0790
Deals exclusively with civil matters.  

John Marshall Law School Legal Aid Clinic
1422 West Peachtree Street
Suite 305
Atlanta, GA 30309
(404) 873-1609
FAX (404) 873-0923

Dekalb County Volunteer Lawyer Association (404) 373-0865 Contact: Sheila Ogletree

Dekalb Legal Aid (404) 377-0701
For child custody/support matter, speak to Ana Kennedy, Ext 235. (She's very dedicated.)  
Director: Deborah Johnson

Justice Center Of Atlanta (Mediation)(404) 523-8236 or
Offers free mediation for civil matters that have or could have been filed in Fulton or Dekalb counties. They can help resolve civil disputes involving divorce and family conflicts, landlord-tenant conflicts, business matters, employment disputes, educational disputes, personal injury claims, neighborhood disputes, juvenile disputes and disputes involving churches and congregations. Benefit: Both parties can resolve their problems quickly and without the high costs of a lawsuit.  Note: The Justice Center can do nothing unless both parties make the call and agree to the mediation.

www.gabar.org
Lists volunteer attorneys and pro bono legal services in GA.  

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Conservative/Republican Causes

Southeastern Legal Foundation (404) 365-8500 or(800) 474-8313
Public interest organization in Atlanta that supports conservative causes throughout Georgia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Florida and Mississippi. The SLF takes cases which it believes will have a far reaching impact on the state of the law.  In the past, they have taken up causes that include fighting affirmative action in government contracts, challenging desegregation policies that require forced busing, opposing laws that give benefits to gay lovers, fighting against government regulation of private property, and limiting governmental control over families.

The Center For Individual Rights
(CIR) is a nonprofit public interest law firm
dedicated to the defense of individual liberties. CIR provides free legal representation to deserving clients who cannot otherwise afford or obtain legal counsel and whose individual rights are threatened.
  

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            Consumer Law

Directory Of Free Or Low Cost Legal Help In GA

Georgia Office Of Consumer Affairs (404) 651-8600/656-3790
This agency regulates a wide variety of businesses including dealer franchises. They also mediate consumer disputes and can sue for violations of the Georgia Fair Business Practice Act.

The Trial Lawyers For Public Justice (202) 797-8600
A Washington-based public interest group that files class    actions on behalf of consumers. (In one case they sued a Maryland Bank for jacking up the rates on their credit cards). To get their help show them how others are being victimized.

National Consumer Law Center (202) 986-6060 (617) 523-8010
This nonprofit group offers free consumer advice to legal services providers serving low income individuals.  Private lawyers can get the same advice for a fee of $160/hr.  The National Consumer Law Center also represents consumer issues before Congress and government agencies.  Do not call if you are an aggrieved consumer as they will not take consumer complaints directly from the public.  

Atlanta Legal Aid (404) 524-5811 

Clayton County Pro-Bono Project (Directions)(404) 366-0586
Part of Legal Aid.

Cobb County Pro-Bono (770) 528-2565
Part of Legal Aid

Gwinnett County Pro Bono (678) 376-4545
Part of Legal Aid.

Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation (404) 521-0790
Deals exclusively with civil matters.  

John Marshall Law School Legal Aid Clinic
1422 West Peachtree Street
Suite 305
Atlanta, GA 30309
(404) 873-1609
FAX (404) 873-0923

Dekalb County Volunteer Lawyer Association (404) 373-0865 Contact: Sheila Ogletree

Dekalb Legal Aid (404) 377-0701
For child custody/support matter, speak to Ana Kennedy, Ext 235. (She's very dedicated.)  
Director: Deborah Johnson

Justice Center Of Atlanta (Mediation)(404) 523-8236 or
Offers free mediation for civil matters that have or could have been filed in Fulton or Dekalb counties. They can help resolve civil disputes involving divorce and family conflicts, landlord-tenant conflicts, business matters, employment disputes, educational disputes, personal injury claims, neighborhood disputes, juvenile disputes and disputes involving churches and congregations. Benefit: Both parties can resolve their problems quickly and without the high costs of a lawsuit.  Note: The Justice Center can do nothing unless both parties make the call and agree to the mediation.

www.gabar.org
Lists volunteer attorneys and pro bono legal services in GA.  

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Criminal Defense

Georgia Association Of Criminal Defense Lawyers (404) 876-0562  
This organization may be able to refer you to an attorney or possibly provide legal advice about your case. (They may not accept collect calls.)

Georgia Indigent Defense Council 800-676-4432  
This organization accepts complaints about court appointed attorneys/public defenders, and can assist you in obtaining a court appointed attorney. (They may not accept collect calls.)

Georgia Justice Project 404-827-0027
We defend people accused of crimes, and win or lose, stand with them while they they rebuild their lives. We do this by offering free legal services coupled with a full range of social and employment services. Also provides criminal record expungement and other advocacy services to minimize consequences of a record.

We do not take the following cases:

Domestic Violence, Sex Crimes, Federal Cases, Child Abuse
Post-Convictions or Vehicle Violations
Cases Outside Fulton or Dekalb Counties

Athens Justice Project (Georgia)
AJP assists low income individuals with pending criminal charges in achieving a fair legal outcome and in becoming productive, law-abiding community members. They providing free legal representation, counseling, and employment opportunities to criminal offenders.  

Georgia Innocence Project (404) 373-4433
Assists inmates in Georgia trying to prove their innocence through the use of biological evidence which can be subjected to DNA testing.  With the help of law school interns, we review and evaluate claims of innocence.  Once the project takes on representation, we work with volunteer lawyers in preparing the case for hearing and acting on the results of the testing. 

Southern Center For Human Rights
Provides legal representation to people facing the death penalty, challenges human rights violations in prisons and jails, seeks through litigation and advocacy to improve legal representation for poor people accused of crimes, and advocates for criminal justice system reforms on behalf of those affected by the system in the Southern United States.

Southern Poverty Law Center
Fights hate and bigotry, and seeks justice for the most vulnerable members of our society.
Monitors hate groups, and defends the rights of Illegal Immigrants, delinquent or learning disabled kids treated unfairly by schools.

Georgia Latino Alliance For Human Rights (770 457 5232)

List Of Legal Services In All 50 States

The National Legal Aid & Defender Association
If you've been unsuccessful finding a defender through the phone directory, Internet, bar association, or court. Call or e-mail NLADA, 202-452-0620, info@nlada.org
 

See Also Criminal Justice Legal Help (Consumer-SOS)

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           The Elderly/Disabled

The Senior Legal Hotline (888) 257 9519 (404) 657-9915  
Free or low cost legal advice for senior citizens. Answers legal questions for people 60 and over regardless of their income. The hotline is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Contact Ellie Crosby at(404) 657-0217.  

Elderly Legal Assistance Program (GA)
The program tries to serve those in the most social and /or economic need, but any resident of Georgia who is at least 60 years of age and has a legal problem in any of the program's priority areas is eligible for assistance. Call 866-552-4464.

Legal Hotlines For Older Americans (GA and 20 other States)

Other Senior Hotlines (Google)
Has South Carolina and other states not listed above.

Mental Health Project (404) 377-0701  
Part of Atlanta Legal Aid, The Mental Health Project seeks alternatives to institutionalized care for those already in nursing homes, psychiatric wards, state hospitals and mental retardation facilities.  While this group protects the rights of people with mental disabilities, they may also provide assistance to those with physical disabilities.

Georgia Advocacy Office (404) 885-1234  
Free help to disabled individuals who have problems related  to their disability.  They can help you with issues concerning handicap accessibility, employment discrimination, nursing home abuse, and other disability matters.

Atlanta Legal Aid (404) 524-5811 

Clayton County Pro-Bono Project (Directions)(404) 366-0586
Part of Legal Aid.

Cobb County Pro-Bono (770) 528-2565
Part of Legal Aid

Gwinnett County Pro Bono (678) 376-4545
Part of Legal Aid.

Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation (404) 521-0790
Deals exclusively with civil matters.  

John Marshall Law School Legal Aid Clinic
1422 West Peachtree Street
Suite 305
Atlanta, GA 30309
(404) 873-1609
FAX (404) 873-0923

Dekalb County Volunteer Lawyer Association (404) 373-0865 Contact: Sheila Ogletree

Dekalb Legal Aid (404) 377-0701
For child custody/support matter, speak to Ana Kennedy, Ext 235. (She's very dedicated.)  
Director: Deborah Johnson

Justice Center Of Atlanta (Mediation)(404) 523-8236 or
Offers free mediation for civil matters that have or could have been filed in Fulton or Dekalb counties. They can help resolve civil disputes involving divorce and family conflicts, landlord-tenant conflicts, business matters, employment disputes, educational disputes, personal injury claims, neighborhood disputes, juvenile disputes and disputes involving churches and congregations. Benefit: Both parties can resolve their problems quickly and without the high costs of a lawsuit.  Note: The Justice Center can do nothing unless both parties make the call and agree to the mediation.

www.gabar.org
Lists volunteer attorneys and pro bono legal services in GA.  

Directory Of Free Or Low Cost Legal Help In GA

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The Environment

Southern Environmental Law Center (404) 521-9900 or (804) 977-4090  
Non-profit agency representing environmental causes relating to water quality, energy, pollution, land use and other issues.

Atlanta Contact: Wesley Woolf.

Turner Environmental Law Clinic (706) 546-9008
Includes other environmental law links. The Clinic handles cases in both state and federal courts, and student attorneys advocate before local, state, and federal agencies, and local and state legislative bodies.

Georgia Environmental Policy Institute (706) 546-7507  
Scroll down for a description
Acting Director: Hans Neuhauser

Program Director: Attorney Laurie A. Fowler

Legal Environmental Assistance Foundation (850) 681-2591

President: Suzi Ruhl

Upper Chatahootchie River Keeper Fund, Inc. (404) 352-9828

Contact: Attorney Michelle Merkel.

or Executive Director: Sally Bethea.

Georgia Wildlife Federation (770) 787-2765
A subsidiary of the National Wildlife Federation that preserves wetlands and wildlife.

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