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Co-sponsored by the Atlanta Bar Association and the Atlanta Police Department. Proceeds provide college scholarships to children of Atlanta Police officers who have been injured or killed in the line of duty.
June is #ImmigrantHeritageMonth and #NationalRefunificationMonth. Do you have questions about how you can get your child a passport when the other parent isn't cooperating with the process? Call LRIS at 404-521-0777 for a referral to an attorney that can help you better understand the process!
Thank you to all of our Lawyer Referral Team Members (Judge Wesley Tailor, Dara Berger, Rob Fleming, Ryan Johnson, Graham Meyer, Henry Meyer, Kim Meyere, Paul Meyer, Brenda Rogers, James Roth, Keri Roth, Annemarie Smith, and Ronald Smith) for helping make this year a success!
I have been a member of the LRIS board for eight years and this year I am the chairperson. In my years as a board member I have had the opportunity to talk to other attorneys about the LRIS. We have many attorneys who are members of our panel and receive referrals but I don't think that many ...
An Atlanta Bar Association and LRIS panel member, Edward R. Downs Jr., graduated from George Washington Law School in 1973. As a product of the Perry Mason generation, Attorney Downs became interested in law due to the civil rights legislation of 1964 and 1965 which opened new possibilities for ...
Lawyer Referral Service of the Atlanta Bar - The Right Call for the Right Lawyer
Looking for the right lawyer can sometimes be frustrating,
time-consuming and intimidating. Many people try to handle difficult
situations without legal help because they don't know where to turn.
That's why the Atlanta Bar Association established the Lawyer Referral
and Information Service (LRIS) in 1955 as a non-profit public
service entity of the Atlanta Bar Association. LRIS is proud of its
track record in helping the public find the right attorney who reflects
legal professionalism, integrity and a commitment to service.