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The Turner Family

The people at Legal Aid are so thorough. They made me feel so comfortable and said, “don’t worry, if you want to cry, you can cry”. They’re always so helpful and go the extra mile. They really get in there…

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Saving Homes During the Pandemic

Sarah Kelsey is a staff attorney in our Home Defense Program, which is a specialized unit of Legal Aid that focuses on home ownership issues. The attorneys in Home Defense represent homeowners with mortgage and home scam issues. Sarah particularly…

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Health Law Unit Paralegal

The Atlanta Legal Aid Society, a 75-lawyer non-profit law firm for low-income persons with civil legal problems in the 5-county metropolitan Atlanta area, seeks a paralegal to work in its Health Law Unit. The unit began in 1990 as the…

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Pro Bono Paralegal

The Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc., a 75 lawyer non-profit law firm for low-income persons with civil legal problems in the 5-county metropolitan Atlanta area, seeks a pro bono paralegal to work with its Pro Bono Unit in its Fulton…

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Housing Legal Navigator

Atlanta Legal Aid seeks 3 Housing Legal Navigators with experience working with individuals and families who are chronically homeless as well as individuals and families who are housing insecure. Openings are in the Clayton, DeKalb and Fulton offices of Atlanta…

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Pandemic Relief Lawyer Fellow – Clayton

The Atlanta Legal Aid Society seeks an attorney to work in its Clayton County Housing Legal Resource Center in metro Atlanta for a one-year fellowship. Housing Legal Resource Center is a project of Atlanta Legal Aid and is housed in…

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Standing with Survivors

As COVID-19 began shutting everything down in metro-Atlanta, one thing was very clear to our Cobb staff: we must continue to help survivors of domestic violence.    So our staff immediately got to work. In those haphazard first few weeks…

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Helping a Mourning Mother

One of our clients, Mr. Foster*, passed away a few weeks ago amidst the pandemic. He was a sweet man who had been the caregiver to his nephew, who suffers from PTSD. Mr. Foster originally came to us after his…

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