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Georgia State College of Law to Offer Free Financial Education Classes Sept. 24
Atlanta – While the economy continues to recover, many Georgians still face tough economic times. In order to assist those in need, The Georgia State University College of Law’s Bankruptcy Assistance and Practice Program will hold a free community education class at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday Sept. 24, in Room 140, Urban Life Building, 140 Decatur St.
“Although the economy is recovering, many Georgians still struggle with debt and face financial uncertainty,” said Kemp. “As an elected official serving all Georgians, part of my responsibility is to make constituents aware of such opportunities so they are able to utilize them.”
The bankruptcy program serves individuals and families struggling with debt, while giving law students the opportunity to develop practical skills. The Bankruptcy Assistance & Practice Program improves court access and outcomes for low-income clients, and assisting with the Northern District’s overwhelming case load. Pro bono bankruptcy services are provided by a team of local attorneys and Georgia State Law students.
In order to attend, participants must R.S.V.P. to GSUBankruptcy@gmail.com by 6:00 p.m., Monday, Sept. 23. For more information about the free financial education classes, please contact The Georgia State University College of Law’s Bankruptcy Assistance and Practice Program.
Brian Kemp has been Secretary of State since January 2010. Among the offices wide-ranging responsibilities, the Secretary of State is charged with conducting efficient and secure elections, the registration of corporations, and the regulation of securities and professional license holders.