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Are you interested in finding a lawyer, learning more about the legal system or American law? Why not boost your knowledge and legal smarts by checking out these helpful resources?

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Interested in information about
how to defend Democracy,
reform justice, and protect the Constitution?

Go to New York University’s Brennon Center for Justice. This website combines scholarship, public education, and legal action to promote equality and human dignity, while safeguarding fundamental freedoms.

Want to know more about American law?

Go to the Legal Information Institute, Cornell University. Popular collections include the American Legal Ethics Library, U.S. Code, Supreme Court opinions, and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

Want to learn about ways to
strengthen the civil justice system?

Go to RAND Institute for Civil Justice. This website presents trends, gathers diverse views, and analyzes the alternatives.

Use these resources to
learn more about strengthening
civil justice in Georgia