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Human Resources Administrator Position

Atlanta Legal Aid Society works to remove barriers to justice so that everyone can receive quality legal care, regardless of income. Through our 75 attorneys on staff, our self-help tools, and our pro bono program, we help our clients deal…

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Part-time Administrative Assistant

The Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. seeks a part-time, administrative assistant to work in its Disability Integration Project, assisting our attorneys and case handler paralegals as they assist our low-income clients in resolving their legal and resource problems. The work…

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What is a civil case?

Did you know? In the U.S., people are not legally entitled to a lawyer in civil (non-criminal) cases, no matter how dire the situation. That means that with cases concerning domestic violence, eviction, public benefits, and adoption proceedings (among others),…

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Litigation Paralegal Position

The Atlanta Legal Aid Society seeks a litigation paralegal to work in its Fulton County Domestic Relations Unit, assisting low-income persons in a variety of civil legal problems. The office is a work unit of Atlanta Legal Aid Society, located…

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Interview with a Legal Aid Lawyer

  Jacki Payne has been an Atlanta Legal Aid Lawyer for over 30 years and has dedicated her life's work to poverty law and standing in solidarity with her clients to help them achieve the best outcomes possible. Jacki, who…

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How Relative Adoptions Help Children

  According to the report by Generations United, “for every child in foster care, 20 are being raised by a family member”1. This reportedly saves taxpayers around $4 billion a year 2. The financial benefit is no small matter, but…

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