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  • 1. ANNUAL REPORT
  • 2. A Message from our151 Spring Street, NWAtlanta, Georgia 30303404.524.5811 Director246 Sycamore StreetSuite 120Decatur, Georgia 30030404.377.0701 I Lawyers’ Trust Accounts (IOLTA) alone has fallen over $850,000, more than the30 South Park SquareSuite 101770.528.2568 ext. 232 soared at least 20% since the beginning of the recession. I am proud that we have been able to protect and even increase our core work.180 Camden Hill RoadSuite ALawrenceville, Georgia 30045 cases- helping more clients than ever before.678.376.4545 Olmstead1514 East Cleveland AvenueSuite 100Atlanta, Georgia 30344 of saving the homes of clients subject to predatory mortgages. While Bill Brennan,404.669.0233 capable hands of Karen Brown.2 Peachtree Street36th FloorAtlanta, Georgia 30303 meet basic needs and have maintained the support of metro Atlanta’s legal404.657.9915888.257.9517 now more than ever.246 Sycamore StreetSuite 248Decatur, Georgia 30030404.371.3800404.577.3727404.377.5381
  • 3. have graced every Legal Aid event for nearly four decades.his artwork together, just as Will connected the disparate The Pat Head Dignity Award YWCA of Northwest Georgia Field of Legal Services Resource Development Exchange Georgia State University School of Social WorkBill Brennan began his career at Atlanta Legal Aid in 1968.Bill was inspired to turn his Emory law degree into a mission H. Sol Clark Award State Bar of Georgialong legal aid career turned into a crusade in the late 1980s Dan Bradley Legal Services Awardindustry. He, along with lawyers Howard Rothbloom and State Bar of Georgia Community Service Award The Rollins School of Publicuse of reverse mortgages to save homes for countless Health & the Goizueta Business School of Emory Universitydial for reporters from around the globe. Randall Baxter Humanitarian of the Year Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network Member, Leadership Atlanta Class of 2011 Bobby Cleveland Award – 2010 Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. Annual Report | 3
  • 4. Atlanta Legal Aid thanks the following membe Smith, Gambrell & Russell Epstein Becker & Gree Jones Day Hunton & Williams Sutherland Asbill & Brennan Alston & Bird 4VIWIRXMRK 3P]QTMER 1EVEXLSR 7TVMRX 4EGIWIXXIV SYVMIV2IX ` ,YQTLVMIW ERH SQTER] +IRIVEP SRXVEGXSVW 1EWXIVTMIGI -RWXEPPEXMSR 7IVZMGIW ` 6S]EP YT -RG ` 0EXIVEP 0MRO ` 6IGEPP 0SXYW SJ 0MJI LMVSTVEGXMG 7EVE 4 +EVXPERH 0MGIRWIH 1EWWEKI 8LIVETMWX4 | 2010 Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. Annual Report
  • 5. $3,069,000Private Bar Campaign. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,451,000United Way . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $437,000Atlanta Regional Commission. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $601,000City of Atlanta Community Development/HUD . . . . . . . $212,000City of Atlanta/HOPWA/HUD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $143,000Cobb County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $256,000Clayton County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $53,000DeKalb County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $106,000Fulton County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $33,000 $67,000 $420,000Ryan White . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $83,000VOCA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $67,000Senior Legal Hotline/Kinship Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $332,000 $489,000DeKalb Pro Se Clinic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $65,000 $1,193,000 $63,000 $320,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $9,460,000Personnel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $8,136,000 $323,000Travel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $57,000Space . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $416,000Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $257,000Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$104,000Insurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $27,000Training. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $25,000 $151,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $9,496,000 2010 Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. Annual Report | 5
  • 6. 458 135 183 CLAYTON PRO BONO 337 and caseworkers opened 26,283 cases in 2010. COBB OFFICE 4,120 483 DECATUR OFFICE 4,226 670 $ 962 DEKALB FAMILY LAW INFORMATION CENTER 389 DOWNTOWN DOMESTIC RELATIONS 1,478 FULTON TENANT HOTLINE 707 Number of Adults and Children GENERAL LAW UNIT 927 Number of Persons Protected from Violence Amount of Child Support Provided Family Stability GEORGIA SENIOR LEGAL HOTLINE 3,635 Per Family Per Month 299 $200,000 GWINNETT FAMILY LAW INFORMATION CENTER 335 181 GWINNETT OFFICE 2,053 GWINNETT PRO BONO 117 Services Provided for Children 527 1,023 66 $ HOME DEFENSE PROGRAM 442 $ Number of Homes DISABILITY RIGHTS SOUTHSIDE OFFICE 144 709 2,386 Amount of ongoing housing Saved/Protected Equity of Homes Saved WOMEN’S RESOURCE CENTER 110 782 OTHER 97 $4,050,000 Total Amount of Consumer Savings HEALTH 1,373 INCOME MAINTENANCE HOUSING 2,880 5,656 FAMILY 8,582 CONSUMER 4,252 INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS 254 EDUCATION OTHER CASES 242 1,763 OMBUDSMAN EMPLOYMENT 782 5536 | 2010 Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. Annual Report
  • 7. clients are typically the lowest income individuals who seek help from AtlantaThe Home Defense Program (HDP) provides advice, referrals, and legalloss of their homes, who may have been targeted for predatory mortgageforeclosure, including senior and disabled homeowners, and homeownerseven though the homeowners had applied for and were eligible for a HAMP loanmortgage proceeds for senior homeowners. 2010 Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. Annual Report | 7
  • 8. Many clients come to Legal Aid because of family law problems. In every county we serve, people wrestle with fundamental issues such as how best to care for children and how to support them, should she die.8 | 2010 Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. Annual Report
  • 9. The Hispanic Outreach Law Project is Atlanta Legal Aid’s strategic program to increase legal services for low-income Spanish-speaking clients. A Spanish Hotline is available forby the school system, lawyers for the TeamChild Atlanta project worked diligently over thedelinquency charges against disabled students. 2010 Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. Annual Report | 9
  • 10. The Health Law Unit assists clients who encounter a wide range of illness- rights of persons living with HIV/AIDS, Cancer, and ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig’s Disease). amici i Olmstead decision, a landmark civil rights case brought by d obtain this relief.10 | 2010 Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. Annual Report
  • 11. The Health Law Partnership (HeLP) is an interdisciplinary communityAtlanta and Georgia State University College of Law. The socialand securing the legal rights of disabled children, with the goalof improving the physical, social or economic environments inat Hughes Spalding hospitals. HeLP receives calls concerning allthe developmentally disabled adults who live in long-termunannounced visits to approximately 1,200 nursing homes andcomplaints registered by the residents and their families. The 2010 Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. Annual Report | 11
  • 12. The Georgia Senior Legal Hotline maintained its heavy caseload in 2010, Legal Aid Society, the Hotline provides legal advice, brief service and referrals to needy Georgians sixty and older. In 2009, when budget decreases forced to advocate on behalf of Hotline clients. Although the grant doesn’t fully replace the lost state funds, it provides increase the availability of high-quality, low-cost legal services for vulnerable Although the project accepts clients regardless of income, it gives highest priority to legal (SSI), Medicaid and Medicare. SCLP also represents those who live in nursing homes and personal care homes, regardless of their age, on issues involving admission and discharge In 2010, SCLP served 633 clients.12 | 2010 Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. Annual Report
  • 13. corporate counsel at United Parcel Service have sent associates to Legal Aid for periods learned that the Fellowship Program is one form of pro bono service that rewards them, foreclosed out of the property.I also learned that the demand for legal services is incredibly high. Unfortunately there are not enough resources to meet this demand. 2010 Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. Annual Report | 13
  • 14. who handle cases for low-income clients. one provide free legal services to many clients who would otherwise be turned away. Atlanta Legal Aid cannot otherwise handle. Troutman Sanders partnered with Bank of America, the American Cancer Society, and the Atlanta Legal Aid Society to provide free basic estate helpful to terminally ill mothers making plans for the care of their children.14 | 2010 Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. Annual Report
  • 15. to a number of Health Law Partnership (HeLP) clients, all of whom were in need ofincluding problems with housing, Medicaid, consumer issues and SSI denials. 2010 Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. Annual Report | 15
  • 16. Adrienne Ashby Nora Polk Summer Chandler Petrina McDaniel Randall L. Hughes Nicola Rochester David Gordon Drew Lunt Katrenia R Collins Allison Humphrey Tenagne Tadesse Bryan Bates Eve Gu David McAlister Sherri Washington Suneel Gupta Cianna Freeman De Monte Walker Lauren Bellamy Anisa Abdullahi Heather Kendall Karrh Randall L. Hughes Cecilia Andrews Meredith Ragains Kathryn Bouchillon Nisha Karnoni Sarah Owings Amanda Baxter Philip Bubb Gail Podolosky Mary Benton Steven D. Caley Ashby Kent Luanne Bonnie Yvonne Kirila Melissa Reading Price Carroll Lynn Stevens Bryan Lavine Madison Roberts Karyl Davis Patrick Norris Emily Suski Cheryl Legare Charles (Chip) Harrell Tom Schramkowski Sommer Matheny Alyssa Carducci Rebecca McFadyn Shannon Shipley Frank Slover Christopher Freeman Taylor Chaimberlain Robert McKernie Neil Sweeney Dean Russell Kelly Culpin Amy McMorrow Vanessa Blake Karlise Grier Chiri Rutledge Sybil Davis Beth Mullican Kellie Brendle Hoganne Harrison-Walton Ellen Fleming Karen Murray Brenda Holmes Greg Schlich Kate Celender Benjamin Gastel Cynthia Welsh Russell Korn Timothy B. Phillips Kristy Weathers Wendy Choi Tamsen Love Amanda Speed David Golden Drew Wooldridge Aisha Collins Sherry Neal Laurie Speed Dalton Teeka Harrison David Pollan Laura Zschach Troy Covington Dena Hong Susan Richardson Christopher Durkee Larry Roberts Alyson Wooten Valrie Y. Abraham Yvonne Hawks William Rountree Allan Alberga Arlene Lebrew-Sanders Susan Kirby Tonga C. Boga Robert Mack Keisha A. Steed Brian Strickland Hugh Cooper G. Pandora E. Palmer William West Constance Daise Darrell B. Reynolds Fred Zimmerman Dow Lohnes LLP Monroe Ferguson Elna Reese Lois Shingler Maggie McClatchey Yokow Ribeiro Herb Schlanger Randal Akers Blake Halberg Cleve Payne Alvin Albert Melissa Perignat Priya Bhoplay Cara Hergenroether Mason Stephenson Keasha Ann Broussard Philip Holladay Brian Annino Chad Plumley Heather Howard Treaves Williams Erica Arena-Camarillo LaShay Callaway Rebecca Davis Sam Hicks Valerie Richmond Terry Carroll Alex Drummond G. Phillip Beggs Doug Hill Michelle Carter Dan McDevit Stacy Rushing Lesley Berggren Tara Riddle Michael Douglas Andy Lyness Candice Blain Paul Hotchkiss Morgan Robertson Cameron Shaab Shuman Sohrn David Brennan Schuyler Hoynes Randal Rogers Rick Shackelford Cory Menees Chandler Bridges Natalie Rowland Alicia Govia Mark VanderBroek Tyler Browning Frances Ruud Christopher Harris Lawrence Burke Daryl Kidd Allyson Russell-Blair Diane Busch Lecia King-Wade Michael Saul Steven R. Ashby Linda S. McKinley Althea Caces George Kleeman Mark Schumacher Christopher A. Ballar David L. Holbrook Machelle L. Morey Olufunke Kosoko Al Separk David T. Bianco De’Anne T. Obasanya Michael Carvalho Laura Kurlander Frank Slover Georgia L. Bonton Romero T. Pearson Phyllis Layman Bob Smiles Lauren A. Bryant Steven M. Reilly Darl Champion Dawn Levine N. Wallace Kelleman Dorothy B. Rosenberger Thomas Clyde Marcia Bull Stadeker Richard A. Campbell Vanessa I. Kosky Emory L. Clark Brian M. Shockley Walter Dauterman Andrew Margolis Todd Surden Glenn E. Cooper Kelsea Lila Sonne Laun Macklyn A. Smith Charles Durrance Rob Swartwood Norman H. Cuadra Shelley Elder Michael Syrop Michael A. Dailey Stacey Godfrey Evans Graham McDonald David S. Lipscomb Gregory E. Vanison Sr. Ian Falcone Mike McLaughlin Angel Van Wieren Douglas R. Daum Heather M. Malick Caspar S. Whitner Gary Flack Lecia Wade-King Andrea David-Vega Lysander A. Woods Susan Floyd Frank Ward Kathleen Flynn Tom Nilson Kelley Webb Lesli Gaither Dennis O’Brien Tori White Heidi Geiger Danna Wolfe Beth Guerra Shalamar Parham Rita Yagoda Sheila Connors Gordon Hamlin Nancy Pitra Melissa Powell Haisten Elsie Draper Randall L. Hughes16 | 2010 Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. Annual Report
  • 17. The Atlanta Legal Aid endowment grew during 2010, ending the year with a market value of $4,107,974. - markably, the value increased despite withdrawals totaling $320,000.transparent. The board followed those procedures when it became evident in 2010 that diminished revenue streamswould necessitate use of endowment funds to meet expenses. Unlike a number of legal services agencies who werefund named in his memory. Baxter was president of Atlanta Legal Aid in 1959. He perished in the 1962 Air France accident Anonymous A. Paul Cadenhead R. William Ide Mrs. Angie Marshall Miles Alexander Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell W. Tinley Anderson Adam Hames Gail Margolies Reid Robert E. Williams Harry C. Howard 2010 Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. Annual Report | 17
  • 18. Atlanta Legal Aid Society. In fact, Atlanta ranks third behind the much larger marketsthe campaign was especially important. The dollars raised from the private bar andfrom the community at large are Legal Aid’s most stable source of revenue. As otherturbulence of the recent economyably assisted the Hays’ in this endeavor. These dedicated volunteers ensured thecomprising nearly 20% of the total annual budget. Richard Hays, Alston + Bird, Chair Robert Hays, King & Spalding, Chair Jones Day Robert N. Dokson, Ellis Funk Becker & Green Linda Parrish, King & Spalding Laura G. Thatcher, Alston & Bird William C. Thompson, Weissman, Nowack, Curry & Wilco, PC Amy Levin Weil,Atlanta Legal Aid’s First Annual Service Awards were presented at the Atlanta Barbeyond the call of duty to aid clients with unemployment appeals. The inaugural Paul Baisier William Kitchens Frank O. Brown Linda A. Kleinvarious Legal Aid projects throughout his four decade legal career. Ryan Walsh, Vicki Carlton S. Wade Malonewho will assume Legal Aid board presidency in 2011, presented the awards. Sherman A. Cohen T Taylor Daly William H. Ferguson Dean W. Russell Natsu Saito Donald Hackney Parker Sanders Adam Hames Richard W. Hendrix Robin Hensley Frank Strickland Richard Horder Lisa Strauss Frank W. Virgin Ryan K. Walsh18 | 2010 Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. Annual Report Richard Kessler T Terry Walsh
  • 19. Arnall Golden Gregory LLP Bryan Cave LLP Carlton Fields Pursley Lowery Meeks LLP Coca-Cola Company Worldwide Legal Division Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc. Dow Lohnes PLLC Fellows La Briola LLP Finch McCranie, LLP Strickland Brockington Lewis LLP Troutman Sanders LLP United Parcel Service Inc. Legal Department The Weil Firm Kilpatrick Stockton LLP AGL Resources Robert G. Ballard P.C. Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP Troutman Sanders LLP Seyfarth Shaw Frances Cullen PC Kitchens Kelley Gaynes, P.C. Phyllis R. Williams, P.C. Ballard Spahr Greenberg Traurig McGuireWoods LLP DLA Piper Duane Morris LLP ($2,500 or More) ($1,000-$2,499) ($500-$999) (Less than $500) CIGNA HealthCare Baker, Donelson, Bearman,Legal Administrators Iridium Marker Group, Inc. 2010 Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. Annual Report | 19
  • 20. ($10,000-$24,999) William H. Brewster Teri P. McClure Richard R. Hays Laura G. Thatcher ($7,500-$9,999) William H. Stanhope ($5,000-$7,499) Philip E. Holladay Happy R. Perkins Todd R. David Robert Hays Maureen Healy ($2,500-$4,499) Thomas C. Chubb Philip E. Holladay R. Lawrence Ashe Steve Clay Todd R. David William H. Kitchens Marian Burge Michael T. Petrik Leah Ward Sears ($1,000-$2,499) Charles L. Gregory Albert M. Pearson Richard M. Asbill Donald I. Hackney W. Gordon Hamlin Larry S. Pike Mary T. Benton Michael D. Haun Patsy Y. Porter Donna P. Bergeson Philip E. Holladay Richard A. Horder Robert L. Rothman Mark C. Rusche Marion Franklin Cannon Christopher Huber Dean W. Russell Mark Carter Richard A. Schneider Philip C. Cook Taylor T. Daly Charles T. Sharbaugh Harold T. Daniel William H. Kitchens Sallie A. Daniel Edward Brian Krugman Marvin H. Shoob V. Robert Denham Frank Slover Leslie A. Dent Shawn Lanier Ted E. Smith Robert N. Dokson Thomas W. Malone David A. Stockton William M. Dreyer Deborah A. Marlowe Lisa Strauss Lowell Fine William C. Thompson E. Rawson Foreman Mark S. VanderBroek Chris D. Molen David H. Gambrell Paul and Lisa V. Gianneschi Benjamin T. White R. Mark Williamson Kathryn M. Zickert20 | 2010 Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. Annual Report
  • 21. Fellows La Briola LLP Duane Morris LLP Kutak Rock LLP Combined Federal Campaign MARTA Employees Charity Club United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta Robert N. Dokson Nedom A. Haley Rev. Robert Blackwell Ms. Marha Bodman Cohen Pollock Merlin Small, P.C. Howard D. Rothbloom Mr. Thomas Graham S. Wade Malone Wilton King Kisha Parker David W.G. MacIntyre Ms. Susan Mills Kyle Weems Ms. Cynthia Westergaard Anonymous Pat Williams Ms. Helen McLaughlin Erika Hooper Dorothy T. Beasley Esther Yu Dennis Goldstein Dow Lohnes PLLC ($750-$999; $375 for public interest employees) Frank S. Alexander Sylvia Caley Kent B. Alexander Deborah S. Ebel Nadine Lang Paul M. Baisier Anne S. Emanuel Paul A. Lombardo Gaylen D. Baxter Charles W. Surasky Bridget A. Beier Kathlynn L. Butler Polvino ($400-$749; $200 for public interest employees) Alfred B. Adams Phillip A. Bradley and Cathy A. Harper Melinda Agee Russell Covey Craig A. Gillen Anonymous Andrea A. Curcio Marjorie Girth Charles O. Baird David Burch Rebecca A. DeCarlo Shannon Baxter C. Christopher Hagy Erik Belenky Lillian Caudle Amy S. Dosik Adam Hames Geneva Benoit Thomas MacIver Clyde William A. Edmundson Avarita L. HansonPaula Lawton Bevington Peter Cohen William H. Ferguson Peter V. Hasbrouck Daniel A. Bloom Glenn P. Hendrix William H. Boice Steven M. Collins L. Lynn Hogue Karen Boyles Sean Honeywill 2010 Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. Annual Report | 21
  • 22. Harry C. Howard Thomas S. Richey Marcia Bull Stadeker Lawrence Humphrey Charles A. Marvin Howard D. Rothbloom Mason W. Stephenson Michael L. Rust Linda McCain Natsu TaylorSaito Teri L. McMahon Parker Sanders Paul S. Milich Robert A. Schapiro Willard Timm Megan Kelly Thomas Mimms Neil C. Schemm Virginia Wadsworth George L. Murphy Ryan K. Walsh Michael Novosel David A. Webster W. Thomas King Reinaldo Pascual Clarence F. Seeliger Robert G.Wellon Craig Pendergrast Eric Segall William K. Whitner Elisa Kodish W. Ray Persons Marvin H. Shoob Melody Wilder Edward Brian Krugman Arnold B. Sidman Richard A. Wilhelm Laura Kurlander Frank Slover Beth D. Wilkinson Michael Landau Theodore G. Pound Caryl G. Smith Kurt A. Powell Randall R. Smith H. Franklin Layson Rachel King Powell Roy Sobelson Leslie Wolf Kathryn B. Solley Ginny Looney Mary Francis Radford Susan L. Spencer Kevin Young Ronald Raider David M. Zacks ($100-$399) Anonymous Nathan P. Hendon Ross A. Albert Mary Irene Dickerson Sharon N. Hill Rachel Miles Stanton Shapiro Catherine M. Hilton Richard W. Miller Karen W. Shelton Robert DiVito Daniel Hinkel Simon A. Miller Clare Arguedas Ronnie E. Dixon Rivka Monheit Nat G. Slaughter Brad Ashburn Robert F. Dow Tedra Hobson Roberta Moore Adrienne Smith Shakara Barnes Ken Driggs Candace N. Smith Donna G. Barwick Steven S. Dunlevie Richard B. Holcomb Elena M. Mushkin R. Daniel Beale Myles E. Eastwood David E. Nahmias Theodora Beck Kathryn B. Solley Kevin P. Belote Kevin Erwin L. Nelson Alicia Starkman Philip F. Etheridge Diane Nesson Beth Stephen Evan Black David H. Fink Charles and Lisa Bliss Waikeeta Flagg C. Walker Ingraham David A. O’Neal Terri Stewart Robert A. Boas Andrew B. Flake Eugenia Wooten Iredale Mary Owen David Boone Baron Frankel David H. Peck Shontay Stone Andrew R. Friedberg Elena Kaplan A. Thomas Stubbs Christopher Kellen Timothy S. Pollock Heidi Geiger Vincent Kelly Karla Tapia Ira Genberg Dow N. Kirkpatrick Bryan Powell Leslie P. Klemperer David A. Rabin Andrea Toliver Cynthia G. Burnside Steve L. Goldner Lynn Stapleton Koch William R. Ramsey Daniel Tompkins Catherine Butler Alan Gordon Harvey M. Koenig George B. Butler Stanley Kreimer Stephen M. Reams Cheryl Turner Anna Caplan Mark Grant Thomas E. Reilly Cheri Upchurch Fredric Chaiken Andrea Landers Robert Remar Frank W. Virgin Henry R. Chalmers Thomas P. Lauth Rob Rhodes Christopher A. Wagner Harrilee Cheshire Greenstein William M. Rich Han Chun Choi Ralph H. Greil Megan Richards Carolyn L. Clark Bradley W. Grout Henry B. Levi Peter H. Ward Andrea L. Rimer Beryl H. Weiner Megan Haley Alan T. Rosselot Darcy White Marshall Lewis Cohen Amelia Toy Rudolph Roberta Collins Stephanie Hansen Charles Whitney Kevin Conboy Lance Lourie Catherine Salinas Frank B. Wilensky Kelley Connolly Kelly Ludwick Rachel Saloom Bruce I. Crabtree Lucas O. Harsh Daniel I. MacIntyre Ryan A. Schneider Christopher Wray Brian Harvel Douglas Yarn Roshonda B. Davis-Baugh Laura Marsh Hatcher Carolyn Seabolt Amalia Deasey Greg K. Hecht Barry C. Zipperman David R. Helenbrook Ashley McNair Adwoa Ghartey-Tagoe Seymour Frances A. Zwenig (Less than $100) Anonymous David H. Cofrin Leah Epstein Michael Asam Lisa Cooper Lindsay Eriksson Kelly Atkinson Adam Bourque Merlyn A. Coore Enjolique Dion Aytch Sarah T. Gordon Caitlin Bannigan Gregory Brown Alexandra Dishun Stephen Graham Charles Beans Delores Burns Andrew B. Flake Christopher Greene Lauren Bellamy Ryan Florio Charles L. Gregory Kevin P. Belote Kevin Cadin Theodore Frankel Geneva Benoit Claire Carothers Andrew D. Egan Heather Friedman22 | 2010 Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. Annual Report
  • 23. Ralph B. Levy Ogbonna Okpara Neeli Shah Ronit Z. Walker Candice Harris Patrick Lowther Sharice Owens Emily Shoemaker Nancy Macleod Stephanie Palmer Laura Wartner Russell Herakovich Penn Payne Beverly Sladek Timothy Holbrook Lindsey Mann Tameka Phillips Ian Smith Cara WeinerThomas and Marsha Holcomb David C. McAlister Neal Weinrich Catherine S. McCollister Spencer Preis Thaddeus Sobieski Hilary Houston E. Lee Southwell Talley Wells Amy Hutcheson Floyd E. Propst Tina Stark Chad Werner Todd D. Radde Susan Stebbins Brian W. Wertheim Duncan Miller Richard S. Strouse Diane S. White Andrea Mitchell David B. Rechtman Amanda Styles Kelly Whitehart Trisha Kanan Roger Mitchell Anne M. Rector Brian H. Sumrall Kathryn Whitlock Sheldon Kay Maggie Moody Haynes R. Roberts Todd H. Surden G. Carole Morris Chandra P. Wilson Marjorie Fine Knowles Cheryl Naja Linda Torutman Meredith Wilson Anne M. Tucker Nees Genevieve Schmidt Sabina Vayner William M. Wilson Sara M. Leclerc Donna Nelson Kathye Verde Rodney Woliver Lynne R. O’Brien Nirej Sekhon Gregory Wagner Genny Zhu the late for her years of support. ($1000 +) ($500) William C. Gentry, Esq. Garth Snider, Esq. The Hon. Adele Grubbs Harry Tear ($250 ) Kirk Keene Steven Beard Al Separk Shelley Elder, Esq. D. Wayne McCurley Harry Tear, Esq. Debbie C. Pelerose, Esq. Dorothy Bishop The Hon. S. Lark Ingram The Hon. Toby Prodgers The Hon. Melodie Clayton The Hon. George Kreeger The Hon. Mary Staley The Hon. Beverly Collins The Hon. David Darden The Hon. A. Gregory Poole The Hon. Robert Flournoy III Thomas E. Cauthorn, III, Esq. Dawn Levine Robert Kaiden Michael P. Carvalho, Esq. Cleve Payne Deborah Harris Kathleen Flynn, Esq. Frank Slover T. Wayne Marshall Armando Basarrate David Levine Sue Binder Diedre E. Clemetson Rowe Emory University Law Students Susan McLaren Hedy Rubinger Sher Gardner Roshni Patel Emily Suski 2010 Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. Annual Report | 23
  • 24. Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. 151 Spring Street, NW Atlanta, Georgia 30303-2077 atlantalegalaid.org Beverly Slädek Sterling F. SingletonRobert N. Dokson Laura G. ThatcherPatricia Bradley Barbara RouseTaylor T. Daly Maggie Moody Catherine Salinas Alicia Pabón Adwoa Ghartey-Tagoe SeymourFlossie Grier Albert M. Pearson, III Lisa R. Strauss Alfredia Webb Howard Rothbloom Elsie WilliamsKhadijah Abdur-Rahman Thomas C. Chubb, III Randall L. Hughes S. Wade MaloneRobert L. Ashe, III Patricia SprainHon. Edward L. Baety Leslie Kali Eason Kathlynn Butler Polvino William StanhopePaul M. Baisier Kay Gause Stanley Charles L. Gregory Ashby L. Kent A. Thomas StubbsGaylen Kemp Baxter Adam M. HamesLouann Bronstein Robin M. Hensley Elisa Smith Kodish Tina Shadix Roddenbery William C. Thompson Rick Horder Myron N. Kramer Dean W. Russell Mark S. VanderBrockLillian Caudle Shawn Lanier Debra A. Segal

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