A 20-year veteran of the AJC, Tom Sabulis has covered news, politics and the arts during a career that has taken him to newspapers across the country. Since 2008, he has coordinated many of the newspaper’s pro/con debates and first-person guest columns.
Recently, the AJC reported on a study that showed it's nearly impossible to get a jury trial in employment discrimination cases in federal court in Atlanta and north Georgia — judges here tossed more than 80 percent of all cases. Today, one of the lawyers who conducted the research writes about the evisceration of a basic right and another looks at recent Supreme Court decisions reflecting a national trend. To comment, go to: blogs.ajc.com/atlanta-forward