• GJP Client Christmas Event Cancelled

    Due to the inclement weather, GJP has cancelled its Annual Client Christmas party that was scheduled for Saturday, December 9, 2017.  We are so grateful to all of our donors who have made financial c…
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  • Justice Day 2018!

    Register here for Justice Day at the Capitol. Monday, February 26, 2017   9:00 AM to 1:00 PM  The Georgia Freight Depot  Join advocates, directly impacted individuals and their family members, …
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  • Clyde & Co Sponsors GJP’s Thanksgiving Drive

    Many thanks to our friends at Clyde & Co’s Atlanta Office for sponsoring GJP’s Thanksgiving Drive this year! Clyde & Co is an international law firm with a deep commitment to community…
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  • ACYL Associates’ Campaign

    GJP is grateful to be one of the beneficiaries of the Atlanta Bar Association’s Atlanta Council of Younger Lawyers Campaign this year. The ACYL Associates’ Campaign is an annual grass-roots ca…
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  • The Annie E. Casey Foundation Highlights GJP

    The Annie E. Casey Foundation highlights Georgia Justice Project’s efforts to improve employment opportunities for individuals with a criminal record.  Read more here. …
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Georgia Justice Project strengthens our community by demonstrating a better way to represent and support individuals in the criminal justice system and reduce barriers to reentry. GJP promotes innovative change through direct legal representation, policy advocacy, education and coalition building.
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Justice Day 2018!

Justice Day 2018!

Join advocates, directly impacted individuals and their family members, and concerned citizens from around the state to promote criminal justice reform. You will have the opportunity to connect with other people who care about these issues, share your experience with your legislators, and hear from leaders in the reform movement.

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GJP Receives MailChimp’s Community College Award

GJP Receives MailChimp’s Community College Award

“The big winner was the Georgia Justice Project,” said Lesley Grady, senior vice president of the Community Foundation who helped coordinate the College. GJP, which has helped change 17 state laws in the past five years, will use those funds to encourage companies to hire people who have a criminal record.

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GJP's First Fridays

GJP's First Fridays

Join us the first Friday of each month for free sessions to help you understand your criminal history and what you can do about it. These information sessions are free, but YOU MUST PRE-REGISTER. Space is limited. To reserve your spot, contact Katherine Drozek at katherine@GJP.org or call 404-827-0027 ext. 211.

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