Free Legal Help at Next Access to Justice Pop-Up Clinic
Athens-area residents seeking legal help can attend a free support event Saturday, November 3rd . Living Waters Christian Fellowship on Nellie B. Avenue is hosting the next pop-up clinic in the Access to Justice Initiative. Members of the community seeking legal assistance in a variety of areas are welcome to attend.
Judges including Superior Court Judge Regina Quick, staff from the Probate Court, Georgia Legal Services and faculty and students from the UGA School of Law will provide support. Topics include criminal law, family law, and immigration law among others.
The free clinic is at the Living Waters Christian Fellowship from 9 until 11 am on Saturday, November 3rd.
Lawyers, legal educators, and staff attorneys from the local courts have committed to volunteering their time for the Access to Justice Initiative. The initiative is an opportunity to help those in need in the community and help provide access to competent legal representation.
Since the program started in December 2017, attorneys have donated over $40,000 of their time and talents at these free legal clinics.
For more information about the Access to Justice Pop-up Clinics, contact Judge Quick’s office at 706-310-3606 or the Athens-Clarke County Court Administrator's Office at 706-613-3161.