A shortage of rural lawyers is causing concern among leaders of the legal profession.

In Georgia over the past year, increasing attention has been paid to some simple math that doesn’t add up. Most of the lawyers, like most of the dollars, live in Atlanta. Most of the people—particularly the poor—are spread out around an expansive state, many miles away from the keepers of the keys to justice.

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