A new initiative aims to make it easier for law graduates to become public defenders in the South.

Gideon’s Promise—an Atlanta-based non-profit that trains and advocates for public defenders throughout the South—has launched its Law School Partnership Project, whereby law schools commit to funding a recent graduate to work in a Southern public defender office for up to a year. The office, in turn, commits to hire the graduate for a permanent position within the year.

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