November 12-14, 2011 The Inn at Serenbe, Palmetto, Ga.
Themes What do we know – and what should we teach – about how lawyer discipline actually works? Improved and innovative collaboration between law schools and disciplinary authorities Sessions Welcome Luncheon (Clark Cunningham) | Video Keynote Discussion (Daisy Floyd, Mercer University) | Video Teaching about Bar… more »
ATLANTA – When Anne Emanuel won a prized judicial clerkship in 1974, she knew the judge she was going to work for as an icon of the civil rights movement. Several years earlier, as chief judge for the federal appeals court with jurisdiction over most of the Deep South, Elbert Parr Tuttle had shouldered the… more »
ATLANTA – For the second year in a row, the Georgia State University College of Law has been ranked the No. 1 best value in the country by preLaw magazine, a National Jurist publication.
“We are very pleased to be recognized once again for the quality of our program and its value. In these… more »
ATLANTA — This past summer, the Georgia Supreme Court by a 4-3 vote ruled that the Georgia Charter Schools Commission, which was created to approve charter schools and direct local funding to these schools in lieu of approval by local boards of education, was unconstitutional. This decision had the effect of stripping 16 charter schools… more »