The links below to the State Bar of Georgia's website will provide you with various topics and information about lawyers. The State Bar provides a variety of information and services for the public -- from consumer legal information to information about the attorney grievance process. Wrongdoing or professional misconduct by attorneys is handled by the State Bar of Georgia.
Visitors to State Bar's website are able to review an attorney's public disciplinary history, if any exists. Click here, to find which attorneys have been disciplined most recently.
If you feel an attorney has engaged in unethical behavior, you are encouraged to contact the State Bar's Consumer Assistance Program. CAP responds to all inquiries from the public regarding State Bar members and assists the public through informal methods to resolve inquiries which may involve minor violations of disciplinary standards by attorneys.
The State Bar publishes a variety of consumer information brochures and pamphlets to help educate the public about legal issues. Although the pamphlets are designed to inform the public, they are not designed to give advice on any specific legal matter. Review the Bar's consumer pamphlets.
How to Choose a Lawyer (State Bar of GA)
Lawyers and Legal Fees (State Bar of GA)
Georgia Legal Services Program (GLSP)
The Georgia Legal Services Program provides free civil legal services to low-income Georgians from twelve locations throughout Georgia. Excluded from their jurisdiction is the five-county metropolitan area, served by Atlanta Legal Aid. The twelve locations serve distinct geographic regions, totaling 154 counties, by "circuit riding" from their respective offices to local communities.
Atlanta Central Office
104 Marietta Street, Suite 250
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
(404) 206-5175 or