Georgia Alliance of African American Attorneys
The Georgia Alliance of African American Attorneys (GAAAA) was founded in 1992 after the case of Tyrone Brooks v. Georgia State Board of Elections was decided, which was a case that addressed the lack of African American judges in Georgia. Since this time, Georgia has become the state with the second most African-American judges in the country. The GAAAA continues their fight to ensure African Americans are treated equally and it is heavily involved in civil rights litigation throughout Georgia.
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The Georgia Alliance of African American Attorneys is open to attorneys and non-attorneys alike and currently has over 1600 members. The GAAAA maintains several programs such as the Street Law Program which provides legal advice to people on the streets, an indigent defense program to assist indigent criminal defendants, and a program called my brotherís keeper which assists at risk youth by giving them African-American attorney mentors.
Contact The Georgia Alliance of African American Attorneys
P.O. Box 3350
Atlanta, GA 30302