Watch this video for more information on what Georgia Appleseed does, and how your donations help poor people, children, and other marginalized people have a voice and resolve injustices that no one should endure.
Learn more about the Student Tribunal Project, one of the Young Professional Council's projects. They have trained over 120 attorneys to represent youth in foster care at school tribunals and actively train Department of Family and Children Services representatives to be aware of the available representation. Watch a video to learn more about it and our inspiration behind the project.
~Registration is now closed~ On September 20, 2016 Georgia Appleseed presents a CLE on community services for people found Incompetent to Stand Trial-Nonrestorable (IST-N). Presented in partnership with the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities and Atlanta Legal Aid Society.
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.
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.