Delivering on the promise of justice for all

Our vision
is of a world in which
families are safe and secure,
all people have enough
to eat and a roof overhead,
children go to good
schools, health care
is available when needed,
people with disabilities
are able to do everything
they are able to do and people
of all languages and cultures
feel at home with each other.

M Filmore StoryCancer sufferer’s home saved with help from pro bono lawyer found by GLSP

Ms. Filmore was diagnosed with advanced breast cancer and had to have surgery and chemotherapy treatments quickly. She could not work and fell behind on her mortgage payments and other bills. Three creditors got judgments against her, even though she was trying to make payments. But when her mortgage company notified her that her home would be foreclosed if she didn’t make a payment immediately, Ms. Filmore contacted Georgia Legal Services Program. Our Albany office found a private attorney to take the case. The pro bono lawyer filed for bankruptcy for Ms. Filmore and was able to save her home, get her mortgage modified and help her vacate some of the judgments against her for the other bills. Her expenses are now more manageable as she continues to receive treatment for her cancer.



We are a non-profit law firm serving rural and small town Georgia.

We offer free legal services in civil cases to people who cannot afford to hire a lawyer. We have 11 offices around the state to serve people where they live.
Our clients have “high stakes” problems, such as domestic violence, eviction or foreclosure, denial of hard-earned benefits such as unemployment, inability to get critically needed health care or food aid, and many more.
Our work is to assure that low income people have access to justice and opportunities out of poverty.
When problems occur, we help our clients secure the support they need to get back on their feet — with dignity.
When rights are denied, we help our clients seek redress and have those rights assured. Click below to see a video on GLSP made on the occasion of the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys Founders award ceremony.


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