Creating a pipeline for the legal and social justice professions

Our Mission

The Law Pipeline Program is a non-profit organization that works to ensure that the students at the South Atlanta School of Law and Social Justice have the resources and experiences necessary to be successful after high school and enter the pipeline to become legal professionals.

Our Philosophy

Our vision is that the South Atlanta School of Law and Social Justice serves as an exemplary model for the legal "pipeline," which is a core topic of discussion regarding improving diversity initiatives within our legal communities. As a result, we rely heavily on our partnership with the legal community. Our goal is to provide these students with an excellent education while stimulating their intellectual curiosity for the legal profession and enhancing their interest in political activism and social justice. 

Our Sponsors

We sincerely appreciate our sponsors for playing such a significant role in the success of our students.

Fundraising Reception

The Law Pipeline held its third Fundraising Reception on October 19, 2011 at the Law Firm of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough.  The purpose of the event was raise money to help the graduating seniors of South Atlanta Law and Social Justice matriculate to college by providing financial support for expenses like transportation and dorm fees.  Ms. Teri Plummer McClure, the Senior Vice President of Legal Compliance & Public Affairs, General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary of UPS was the guest speaker. She spoke about the importance of diversity in the legal profession.  The event raised over $12,000. Pictures are below
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