Membership in the State Bar of Georgia is required if a person wants to be licensed to practice law in the state. Supervised by the Supreme Court of Georgia, the bar has a strict code of ethics and discipline meant to keep only the most ethical lawyers licensed. Additionally, the State Bar of Georgia maintains programs that benefit both its members and the general public, including ongoing education for attorneys.
State Bar of Georgia
104 Marietta Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30303
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