Eliminating Barriers to Justice V, Wednesday, Oct. 31

This four-hour CLE, featuring nationally recognized access to justice experts, will address access to justice challenges in federal forums for limited English proficient (LEP) persons and persons with disabilities.

Eliminating Barriers When: Wednesday, Oct. 31 Where: Knowles Conference Center, Lower Level Lunch provided

Lunch will be provided for registered attendees. Registration information forthcoming.

Public Interest Organizations Fair: Noon Monday, Sept. 24, Catherine Henson Atrium

Co-sponsored by the Atlanta Bar Association’s Public Interest Law Section, the Public Interest Organizations Fair brings representatives from several community organizations to campus to talk about their work and how students can get involved. Lunch will be served.

Public Interest Organization Fair When: Noon-1:30 Monday, Sept. 24 Where: Catherine Henson Atrium Lunch provided

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Public Interest Keynote: Judge Catherine M. Salinas, Noon Thursday, Aug. 30, Ceremonial Courtroom

Judge Catherine M. Salinas of the U.S. Magistrate Court, will deliver the second annual Public Interest Keynote address at noon Thursday, Aug. 30, in the Ceremonial Courtroom.

Public Interest Keynote When: Noon Thursday, Aug. 30 Where: Ceremonial Courtroom, Lower Level Lunch provided

After the lecture, the center will introduce the Pro Bono Program… more »

Community Forum: Understanding Immigration, Family Separation and Zero Tolerance, 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 27

Over the past few weeks, we’ve watched immigration dominate the headlines, but questions remain. As newspapers, social media and dinner table conversations examine family separation, border control and immigration detention, we may feel bombarded by constantly changing news on complex and emotional topics.

Community Forum on Immigration When: 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, June 27 Where:… more »

Center Spring 2018 Newsletter

Posted On May 30, 2018

The Center for Access to Justice was founded in 2016 to support those working to ensure meaningful access to the courts and equal treatment in the civil and criminal justice systems, with a regional focus on the South. To that end, we convene stakeholders, engage in research and public education, and train the next… more »