ATLANTA – The part-time program of the Georgia State University College of Law has been ranked No. 15 in the country in the U.S. News Media Group’s 2010 edition of America’s Best Graduate Schools, and the Atlanta school moved into the 65th position overall – up from its 77th position last year.
ATLANTA— Flying into the eye of a hurricane and hanging from the ceiling during a zero gravity airplane flight are just a few ways Nicole Mitchell has spent her free time while studying law at Georgia State University.
Mitchell has been a full-time meteorologist on the Weather Channel’s “Your Weather Today” since 2004.… more »
In celebration of its 25th Anniversary and the school’s historical commitment to public service and the best values of the profession, the Georgia State University College of Law students, faculty and staff pledged 25,000 hours of pro bono service. In the past week, the college surpassed that goal, with the law school community engaging in… more »
ATLANTA—Georgia State University student Emily Turner, whose research focuses on the lack of inner-city public housing for low income populations, was one of three students in the nation selected to receive a prestigious research award. Turner was awarded $1,000 from the American Planning Association and Community Development Division.
When Atlanta sports law attorney and Georgia State University College of Law alumnus Scott Barber recently returned to the law school to give a guest lecture in Adjunct Professor Mark Spix’s Sports Law class, a student asked what law school experiences had helped him most in his chosen career. Surprisingly, Barber did not point to… more »