The Atlanta area has over 16,000 lawyers. Because of this, choosing the right Atlanta attorney can be difficult. Picking an Atlanta lawyer out of the yellow pages is a gamble that one can usually ill-afford: when you find yourself in need of a lawyer, chances are that the matter is very serious.
LegalMatch can make the selection process easier. LegalMatch only deals with Atlanta attorneys who are in good standing with their profession. Also, LegalMatch will only refer your case to an attorney who is equipped to handle it.
Legal issues of almost every type are brought into Atlanta courts every day. Atlanta has a very large business community, so employment and labor law is a common legal issue. The legal rights of both employers and employees are frequently litigated. LegalMatch can help find the right attorney in Atlanta to handle your employment discrimination case, wage and hours disputes, and virtually any other type of case.
If you are just seeking basic legal information, the LegalMatch Law Library is a good place to start. It has over 3,300 articles covering a huge variety of legal topics, from family law, to criminal law, to intellectual property law, and everything in between.
If you can’t find what you are looking for there, there are some law libraries in Atlanta which are open to the public:
- The Fulton County Law Library
- The Georgia State University College of Law Library
- The John Marshall Law School Law Library
- Lawyer Referral Services in Fulton county, GA
Most civil lawsuits and major criminal cases in Atlanta will be heard in the Fulton Country Superior Court. You should contact the court well in advance for more specific information as to where a lawsuit or document needs to be filed.