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Bloom Sugarman Managing Partner to Serve the Georgia Law Center for the Homeless

Bloom Sugarman, LLP is pleased to announce that managing partner F. Skip Sugarman has been appointed to the board of directors for the Georgia Law Center for the Homeless, a nonprofit organization that provides free legal services to the homeless in civil cases throughout Metropolitan Atlanta. Sugarman’s service on the board began in February 2017. In his capacity as a board member, he will support the Center’s mission to address the barriers to stability and independence that often underlie homelessness, and ultimately help transition individuals out of homelessness.

In his law practice, Sugarman serves as the managing partner of Bloom Sugarman, LLP. His practice focuses on litigation involving trust, estate and fiduciary matters as well as employment and general business litigation.

The Georgia Law Center for the Homeless has provided free legal services for the past 30 years and continues to play a critical role in the continuum of care for homeless individuals and families in Georgia.

Sugarman received his undergraduate degree from Washington and Lee University, and his law degree from Georgia State University College of Law, Summa Cum Laude.