Nearly 14 years ago, Andi Curcio turned down John Edwards’ offer to join his North Carolina law firm so she could accept a teaching post at Georgia State University College of Law.
Curcio, who enjoyed practicing with Edwards, told him she wanted to teach for a year to see if she liked it. If she… more »
The Georgia State Law Library was among the winners in the 2008 Day in the Life of the Law Library Community Photo Contest conducted by the American Association of Law Libraries. Law Libraries all over the country sent in photos of their activities to compete for the title of “Best Picture” in several categories. The Georgia… more »
As members of the university community celebrated milestones of five, 10, 15 and 20 or more years of service to Georgia State University, a number of College of Law faculty marked a quarter-century with the school they had a hand in building from the ground up.
College of Law Librarian and Professor Nancy Johnson,… more »
Georgia State Law’s Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic was recently presented with the President’s Award for Community Service and Social Action.
The award recognizes students, faculty, community partners and university programs for their positive impact on the campus and surrounding community. It was developed by Georgia State University President Carl V. Patton and the Office of… more »
Georgia State University’s College of Law advanced five spots in the latest rankings of law schools by U.S. News & World Report.
The College of Law tied for 77th alongside Pennsylvania State, Rutgers-Camden, Rutgers-Newark and Santa Clara University in U.S. News’ “America’s Best Graduate Schools 2009” edition out March 31.
The latest ranking moves… more »