April 2018

Access to Justice (A2J) Work

by Tabitha Ponder

2018 Twitter Town Hall

The Judicial Council/Administrative Office of the Courts (@GACourts) sponsored its third #AskGAJudges,  Twitter Town Hall, on April 11, 2018 to celebrate Law Day.  The American Bar Association's theme for Law Day is “

Profilng African American and Women Judges 2018

During February and March of 2018, the Judicial Council/AOC profiled African American judges and women judges.


Georgia Justice Project

By Pat Buonodono

The first time I visited the Georgia Justice Project, it was located in a tiny, cluttered office and had – maybe – three employees.  Having worked at a big, fancy law firm, I thought “this is a law office?”  But when I met Doug Ammar (below), who is now the long-standing Executive Director of GJP, everything changed. 


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