The Judicial Council of Georgia Standing Committee on Grants announced Wednesday the award of $2.43 million to legal aid groups around the state for low-income victims of domestic violence and their children.

Linda Klein, senior managing shareholder at Baker Donelson and immediate past president of the American Bar Association, marked the news Wednesday on Twitter. “Proud to have been part of this program since it was an idea to help the indigent victims of domestic violence get lawyers,” Klein tweeted. “Thousands of families have been helped.”

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