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Prior to 1970, organized legal services efforts beyond voluntary, non-funded programs were nonexistent in Georgia other than Atlanta (served by Atlanta Legal Aid Society), and Savannah (which had a very small grant, insufficient to develop a credible effort in that city). Macon and Columbus had voluntary and active efforts organized by local bar associations. A study by the Younger Lawyers Section of the State Bar found a “distressing disproportion between the actual need for legal services by those who cannot afford them and the present supply of legal services available to them.”