ProBono Work

The Importance of Pro Bono Service

GAP strongly supports the pro bono precepts espoused by the National Federation of Paralegal Associations (NFPA) and encourages all paralegals to aspire to NFPA's goal of twenty-four hours of pro bono service annually per paralegal.

If you are conducting pro bono work, please remember to report your hours through a link at NFPA at

Pro Bono Contacts
If you are looking for opportunities to provide pro bono assistance, check with GAP’s Director of Pro Bono ([email protected]) to inquire about projects GAP is coordinating. You may also research the following websites:


Total Pro Bono hours served to date as GAP representative is approximately: 816 hours and growing.




Dr. Lachunna Bryant began her legal career as a transcriber for Ms. Jean Bowen, a court reporter. She was later promoted as a Deputy Clerk for the Immigration Citizenship Initiative under the Honorable Luther “Dan” Thomas, Clerk of Courts for the Northern District of Georgia. Dr. Bryant continued her legal career as a garnishment clerk for Crowe & Mann, Attorneys at Law.

Dr. La Chunna Bryant is the founder and owner of AOM Service and Consulting, LLC and, at the conclusion of her tenure with Crowe & Mann, followed her passion for the law by providing paralegal and office management services for Strong Legal Counsel. Dr. Bryant has led the paralegal team at The Strong Law Firm since 2009.  She also actively serves on the board of several nonprofit organizations.  Her diverse work in legal, finance and administrative roles coupled with her devout dedication to ministry, contribute to her zealous advocacy of our clients.  In addition, she expanded her legal services and began working with Attorney Jones in August of 2014.

She also serves as co-host with Attorney Jones on the One Race One World One Future Radio Show and actively serves on the board of several nonprofit organizations; including her home church. Her diverse work background and years of experience in ministry, allow her to work with the firm and uphold its values of zealous representation, service and commitment.

  • Doctorate's Degree in Ministry, emphasis on Church Administration & Finance, Seminary of the Apostle's Doctrine, Inc., 2006
  • Certified Information Processing Specialist, Atlanta Area Technical College, 1991
  • Board Member of the Georgia Association of Paralegals - Services as the Director of Pro Bono Services Paralegal Volunteer, Atlanta Volunteer Lawyer Foundation  
  • Paralegal Volunteer, Atlanta Volunteer Lawyer Foundation
  • Currently actively services as a Legal Advocate under the PADV (Partner's Against Domestic Violence) since 2018 with regards to assisting with the processing of TPO's (Temporary Protective Orders) for the Safe Families Division of Fulton County.