Alexander Wins Good Apple Award for Pro Bono Leadership

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Frank S. Alexander


CSLR Founding Director Frank S. Alexander has won the 2009 Good Apple Award, presented by the Georgia Appleseed Center for Law and Justice, for his pro bono work in property law, real estate sales and finance, state and local government law, law and theology, and federal housing policies.

The Good Apple Award recognizes distinguished pro bono leadership, seeks to effect change by addressing difficult social justice problems with systemic solutions, and levels the playing field for children, the poor and the marginalized.

A professor of law at Emory, Alexander earned his JD and a master’s in theological studies from Harvard University.

“Frank Alexander’s scholarly expertise, his pro bono work around heir property, and his sensitivity to seeking justice at every level are tribute to his impact on our community and his worthy recognition as a Good Apple,” said Sharon Hill 85L, executive director of Georgia Appleseed.

For more information about the Good Apple Award, go to here.

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