Georgia State University College of Law Launches Center for Access to Justice

Georgia State University College of Law has this month established the Center for Access to Justice, led by assistant professor of law Lauren Sudeall Lucas.

The center is the first in the Southeast region dedicated to “the study of issues relating to access to criminal and civil justice for those with limited financial means,” according to the university’s press release.

Lucas and assistant director Darcy Meals will work with student fellows to research the issues related to access to justice and will suggest potential solutions for reform.

Learn more about the center here

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