Georgia State College of Law is connecting lawyers who need reliable research help with third-year law students and recent graduates through a new service called SHARP.

The thinking was that plenty of solo lawyers or lawyers in small firms need help researching case law from time to time but don’t have an associate or paralegal for the task, said Vickie M. Brown, GSU Law’s director of career services, who came up with the idea.

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