The Georgia Supreme Court is grooming a new generation of appellate lawyers.

The high court announced Monday it has welcomed a new class of term law clerks for 2021-22. The program began in 2018, funded by the Georgia General Assembly. Term law clerks serve for one year, assisting their assigned justices with legal research, drafting and reviewing opinions, preparing for oral arguments and other important responsibilities.

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