The White House and the Department of Justice recognized the Georgia State University College of Law as one of 99 law schools that responded to the Attorney General’s Call to Action to address the housing and eviction crisis in the U.S.
College of Law Dean LaVonda Reed, along with law deans nationwide, signed a statement of support after the Call to Action was issued in August 2021. By joining, she affirmed the College of Law’s commitment to help millions of families remain in their homes amid the ongoing pandemic.
During the fall semester, more than 20 College of Law students teamed up with the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation (AVLF), the Atlanta Legal Aid Society and the Georgia Legal Services Program through the Center for Access to Justice’s Pro Bono Program.
Read more at the Georgia State News Hub: https://news.gsu.edu/2022/02/01/college-of-law-recognized-by-white-house-and-doj-for-eviction-prevention-efforts/