A Note from PILA Auction Chair Amy Jurden
When I took over as Auction Chair for this year’s 20th Platinum Anniversary Auction my only goal was to find a way to grow the number of opportunities we could make available to students. That meant raising more funds.
We hit the mark: This year… more »
Did you know that Director of Admissions Cheryl Jester-George has worked with the College of Law since the very beginning? She has helped shape and further the course of the College by applying her leadership and vision to the task of recruiting and admitting exceptional legal scholars.
In addition to her significant history with the… more »
Atlanta—Dean Steven Kaminshine presented two faculty members with awards in recognition of impressive accomplishment in writing and teaching during a gathering on Thursday afternoon. Associate Professor of Law Russell D. Covey will receive the Patricia T. Morgan Award for Outstanding Faculty Scholarship, and Professor of Law Paul S. Milich has been chosen for… more »
Georgia State University’s College of Law has earned a spot on the list of the 10 most popular law schools from the U.S. News and World Report. Based on its admissions yield rate – the percentage of accepted students that ultimately enroll at a school – GSU Law ranked No. 6 most popular… more »
ATLANTA – Georgia State University College of Law Professor Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer has co-written the first handbook on the Transfer of Development Rights programs.
TDR programs are an innovative planning tool, enabling the preservation of open spaces, historical sites or buildings, and farmland by shifting the development rights on those parcels to other parcels… more »
Georgia State Law’s Moot Court team was awarded a fourth-place finish in the Inter-American Sustainable Development Law Moot Court Competition, held March 1-3 in Fundaçao Getúlio Vargas Law School in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Seventeen teams from North and South American countries competed in three languages – English, Portuguese and Spanish – and argued cases… more »