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Carr Middle School Sponsorship

SSF sponsored Carr Middle School from Montgomery, AL, the hometown of partner, Quinton Seay, to Bodies– the Exhibition at Atlantic Station in Atlanta. After the students toured the Exhibition, they were served lunch at California Pizza Kitchen. We feel privileged to have supported these 7th grade science students, their teachers and their chaperones on their Read Article

Nursing home neglect and abuse has risen dramatically in the United States over the years. Unfortunately, our loved ones and seniors are at risk for neglect and abuse every day. Elder neglect and abuse can happen in many different ways and sadly many cases go unreported and unpunished. It is very important to regularly visit Read Article

Being in a car can be a traumatic experience. Sometimes there is only property damage and sometimes there can be serious personal injuries. If you are ever involved in car accident, there are important steps you must take in order to protect your safety and your rights. Here are a few pointers to make sure Read Article

Solomon Seay, Jr. was a trailblazing civil rights attorney, activist and author whose fifty year groundbreaking legal career included the Selma to Montgomery March, the Freedom Riders and public school desegregation in the landmark Lee v. Macon decision, among several other civil rights cases that brought about positive change to the rights of minorities in Read Article

L. Chris Stewart, the Atlanta attorney representing the family of a South Carolina man shown in a video being shot by a white police officer, said Tuesday that the murder charges filed against that officer have brought “a short sense of relief and joy.” “What happened today doesn’t happen all the time,” Stewart said in Read Article

Justice speaks one language. Injustice speaks many. To serve best we need to understand all of them. At SSF Jen leads us in that direction. She bridges the language barrier here. She is bi-lingual, Spanish and English, and with her handle on lawyer-ese, she verges on being a polyglot. Law is the most difficult language Read Article

Justice never sleeps, therefore never can we. At all times in peace and war somebody has to be awake, patrolling the edges – making certain that all is well. Someone has to be ready and powerful enough to answer the prayer or the bell. At SSF, we are proud to be the few who do Read Article

At SSF the beginning of a new year prompts us to ask ourselves a question. Are we on the Eve of something or on the Verge of something? We chose to believe we’re at both. We raise a toast to the bright New Year and we break sweat as we run to it. We take Read Article