Access To Justice: The Rural Lawyer Gap

Here Are the Six Georgia Counties That Have No Lawyers

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To understand the issue of the communities with no lawyers, it's worth noting where they are.

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  • Sarah Steele

    Many of my fellow graduates from 2010, including myself, have struggled to find any kind of gainful employment in and outside of Atlanta. Perhaps these counties should be attempting to connect un- and underemployed attorneys in Georgia with these underserved counties. Just because some of us live in "the big city" doesn‘t mean we would not be willing to relocate for a new and different lifestyle. The answer seems relatively simple to me.

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