We are pleased to introduce our project: Race, Law Enforcement & The Law. The long term goal of this project is "to increase public confidence and trust in the fairness of police interactions with community members and of prosecutorial charging decisions without regard to race or ethnicity."
This handy Toolkit is brimming with information and ideas to help parents, local community leaders, and others committed to student success to work together with principals and teachers to help achieve this goal.
We're happy to present an updated handbook, Rooted and Grounded: A Georgia Legal Handbook for Small Farmers and Their Land, to help farmers make informed decisions to protect these assets for future generations. The handbook covers topics frequently encountered by farmers.
Georgia Appleseed will be presenting at upcoming training events. On February 19th Georgia Appleseed and the Young Professionals Council will be in Savannah for Student Tribunal Hearing Training. On March 29th we will be presenting Student Tribunal Hearing and Heirs Property Training with the Atlanta Bar Association. Register today!
Heirs property involves the passing of a home or other real property across multiple generations outside of the official probate process. As title to a home becomes more fractioned across heirs, the risk of being forced out of the home by a legal action becomes greater. Learn about our newest effort to address heirs property.