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With funding from the Callaway Foundation, the UGA School of Law will expand the provision of legal services through its 18 clinics to rural and legally underserved communities in Georgia. In this mid-February 2020 photo, law student DeVaughn Swanson (left) and faculty member Eleanor Crosby Lanier (center) counseled a client during a community outreach event in Athens. (Photo: Courtesy Photo) With funding from the Callaway Foundation, the UGA School of Law will expand the provision of legal services through its 18 clinics to rural and legally underserved communities in Georgia. In this mid-February 2020 photo, law student DeVaughn Swanson (left) and faculty member Eleanor Crosby Lanier (center) counseled a client during a community outreach event in Athens. (Courtesy photo)

The University of Georgia Law School plans to use a gift from the Callaway Foundation to boost technology resources and expand legal aid in places that have no or very few lawyers.

“I’d like to thank the Callaway Foundation and am grateful for their partnership,” School of Law Dean Peter B. “Bo” Rutledge said in announcing a $200,000 gift.

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Katheryn Tucker

Katheryn Hayes Tucker is an Atlanta-based reporter covering legal news for the Daily Report and other ALM publications.

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