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  1. How do I login to the website?

    State Bar members, if you have created a username and password, please use the one you created. Proceed by clicking here.

    If you have not created an account, your username is your Bar number and your password is your last name with no punctuation or spaces and four digit birth year in all lowercase (i.e., username: 006400, password: smith1978).

  2. I am having technical problems with this site, or the above questions do not apply to my problem.

    For technical questions about the site, please contact the Webmaster by email at webmaster@gabar.org. Please keep in mind that the Webmaster is a technology professional, not a legal professional, and cannot answer any legal questions.

  3. I can't find...

    The State Bar of Georgia's website is equipped with two tools to help you navigate our site -- the Site Map and the Search function at the top of the page. The Site Map is a detailed listing of all major areas of the State Bar of Georgia's website. The Search function allows you to search the entire site for specific information. Both tools are available at the top of every page.

    If you cannot find what you are looking for on the State Bar of Georgia's website, you might wish to search the World Wide Web. You can do so by going to Search Engines on our Online Resources page.

  4. What browsers are supported for viewing your website?

    Internet Explorer 8 and 9, Firefox 3.6+, Chrome 13+ and Safari 5+ (the Mac version). 

  5. What mobile devices can I use to view your website?

    The following touch-enabled mobile devices: iOS, Android, BlackBerry OS6+, and Kindle Fire.

  6. Where can I get an attorney referral?

    The State Bar of Georgia is a mandatory membership organization and cannot refer an attorney since we have an obligation to represent each of our members equally. Please see our list of Local/Voluntary Bars for full contact information of the Bar Associations near you. Many Local or Voluntary Bars offer Attorney Referral Services. For additional information on choosing an attorney, visit our online pamphlet "How to Choose a Lawyer."