Georgia Education Lawyers
Education Law Attorney with 24 years experience
Our Mission is to Passionately Advocate for the rights, opportunities and betterment of children, families and individuals impacted by child welfare, the juvenile justice system, school systems and Georgia’s court systems.
Our Vision is to Ensure every child, parent, family and individual receives excellent legal representation and fair & just treatment. We envision a world where restorative solutions are made available to every child, the likelihood of re-offending is minimized and the opportunity for productive adulthood is maximized.
The Upshaw Law Firm is an Equal...
Judge Cauthorn’s professional experience includes Court America as a principal in mediation, arbitration and case evaluation; Georgia Supreme Court Special Master; Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution as a registered mediator, arbitrator, and case evaluator for general civil and domestic relations matters; and, Cobb County Office of Alternative Dispute Resolution as an...
Georgia Education Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services
Georgia Legal Services Program, Inc.
Gwinnett County Pro Bono Project
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