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Fulton County Pays $4.8M to 23 Law Clerks

Payout of court-ordered relief settles eight-year dispute by current and former clerks for State and Superior Court judges

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After the Georgia Supreme Court declined to hear its appeal last month, Fulton County has paid about $4.8 million to settle claims by 23 current and former law clerks for the judges of the Fulton County State and Superior Courts.

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Originally appeared in print as Fulton County pays $4.8M to 23 law clerks

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