ATLANTA—With the topic of healthcare reform legislation dominating the news and permeating conversations across the country, the Center for Law, Health & Society at the Georgia State University College of Law and students in the school’s Student Health Law Association sponsored a public program in which invited speakers examined the need for reform and the proposed… more »
ATLANTA—A bill filed last week in Georgia that would make it a felony to solicit or coerce a woman to have an abortion based on the race, color or sex of a fetus or parent violates the First Amendment rights of clinics as well as women’s rights to privacy, according to Georgia State University College of Law Professor more »
ATLANTA—Ian Ayres, the William K. Townsend Professor and Anne Urowsky Professorial Fellow in Law at Yale Law School, will deliver Georgia State University College of Law’s 46th Henry J. Miller Distinguished Lecture at noon Thursday, March 18, in the Student University Center State Ballroom.
ATLANTA—Student Trial Lawyer Association member Ashley McMahan earned the Best Advocate Award recently at the Annual William W. Daniel National Invitational Mock Trial Competition in Atlanta. The event is hosted by the Young Lawyers Division of the State Bar of Georgia.
McMahan describes the award as her “proudest moment at Georgia State College of Law.”
ATLANTA—Georgia State University College of Law Professor L. Lynn Hogue was one of four scholars asked recently by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution to share their views on what President Barack Obama must do to ensure his first term is a success.
Below is the text of the piece, which was published in the January 17 edition… more »
ATLANTA—Georgia Supreme Court Justice David E. Nahmias will speak at Georgia State University College of Law from noon to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, January 27, in room 170 of the Urban Life Building. Food will be served, and the event is open to the public. The event is presented by The Federalist Society.
ATLANTA — Georgia State University College of Law Professor Jessica Gabel told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that a recent rise in Chapter 7 bankruptcy filings in north Georgia highlights the continued drag of the recesssion.
According to the July 30 article by Péralte C. Paul, Chapter 7 bankruptcy filings, in which companies liquidate completely or consumers… more »