A portion of the ACLU of Georgia Records are currently closed for research following the ACLU Access Agreement. The restricted material types are summarized below:
- Administrative Records: records maintained by ACLU of Georgia administrators
- Personnel Records: files related to the employment of individuals by the ACLU of Georgia
- Development Records: files revealing the names of individual donors to the ACLU of Georgia
- Work Product Privileged Records: records created by a lawyer while working on a case, including research and developing argument strategies
- Attorney-Client Privileged Records: records that contain information exchanged between an attorney and client in confidence
- Confidential Legal Records: records sealed by the court or that would violate the privacy of an individual
Restricted folders include an access note in the finding aid that indicates the restriction type and when the folder is open for research. Boxes with an "R" before the box number include restricted materials. Researchers may still request these boxes to access the open folders within these boxes.
Researchers must sign an agreement agreeing to abide by these restrictions in order to obtain access to these records.