About the Bar

Chief Justice's Commission on Professionalism

The Chief Justice's Commission on Professionalism, the first body of its kind in the nation, was created in 1989 by the Georgia Supreme Court with the primary charge to enhance rofessionalism among Georgia's lawyers. Read More

IOLTA/Georgia Bar Foundation

The Georgia Bar Foundation was created for charitable, religious, and educational purposes in 1967. It is a 501(c)(3) organization named by the Supreme Court of Georgia in 1983 to receive IOLTA funds to support legal services... Read More

Pro Bono Project

Co-sponsored by the Georgia Legal Services Program and the Georgia State Bar, the Pro Bono Project is headquartered at the Bar and involves private attorneys in representation of the poor in civil matters. Read More

Local and Voluntary Bar Associations

The State Bar of Georgia is not authorized to refer clients to lawyers, but many local and voluntary bar associations offer referrals. Read More

Other Organizations

Administrative Office of the Courts

Court of Appeals of Georgia

Georgia Commission on Dispute Resolution 

Georgia Criminal Justice Coordinating Council

Institute of Continuing Legal Education in Georgia (ICLE)

Judicial Nominating Commission

Judicial Qualifications Commission

Supreme Court of Georgia 

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