ATLANTA – Sylvia B. Caley, Assistant Clinical Professor and co-Director of the HeLP Legal Services Clinic, offers law students the unique opportunity to research and draft legislation for real clients to help them solve real problems. Students also support their not-for-profit client organizations in seeking sponsors in the Georgia General… more »
WASHINGTON — Professor Mary F. Radford became the first Academic Fellow to serve as president of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC) in a gavel-passing ceremony held at the ACTEC 2011 Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona. The meeting attracted approximately 1,100 Fellows, spouses and guests,… more »
ATLANTA – Georgia State University College of Law continues to be ranked among the top third of the nation’s law schools, coming in at No. 61 in the U.S. News Media Group’s 2012 edition of America’s Best Law Schools, which also ranks the school’s popular part-time program at No. 20… more »
ATLANTA – Georgia State University College of Law will host the Supreme Court of Georgia on Monday, March 21, at the Georgia State University Student Center Ballroom. The Court will begin the day with a law alumni swearing-in ceremony to the Supreme Court of Georgia Bar and then conduct its oral arguments.
Alumni attendees, whether… more »
ATLANTA – In its annual list of the top 50 “Go-To” law schools, the National Law Journal ranks Georgia State University College of Law No. 32 for its percentage of graduates who were hired as first-year associates at the nation’s top firms.
The National Law Journal’s survey shows that 22 of 162 Georgia State Law… more »
ATLANTA – United States Senator Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) will serve as Georgia State University College of Law’s commencement speaker on Friday, May 13, at the GSU Sports Arena.
Isakson began his business career in 1967 when he opened the first Cobb County office of a small, family-owned real estate business, Northside… more »
ATLANTA – Emmet J. Bondurant, a nationally recognized trial lawyer whose career has included a strong commitment to community service and pro bono litigation, will receive the 2011 Ben F. Johnson Jr. Public Service Award presented by Georgia State University College of Law.
Bondurant, who practices law with the firm he founded, more »
ATLANTA – As a member of the Higher Education Funding Council of England’s Improving Dispute Resolution Project, Jill Scott attended CNCR’s Summer Institute and immediately saw the benefits of mediation in her role as Equality and Diversity Advisor at Birmingham City University, UK.
In 2009, Scott invited CNCR to teach a four-day workshop on “Mediating Campus… more »