Founding faculty member L. Lynn Hogue has been a favorite amongst law students for decades, for his challenging and rewarding Constitutional Law courses. He’s also a donor to the College, and has said “I don’t just work here, I believe in the place.”
Writer Michelle Hiskey has profiled Professor Hogue as part of an on-going series… more »
NIFTEP co-sponsored with the Canadian Association for Legal Ethics and the ABA Standing Committee on Professionalism a three day, two night workshop in Banff, the famous resort in the Canadian Rockies, on July 10 – 12, immediately preceding the 5th International Legal Ethics Conference (ILECV), which took place in… more »
Georgia State University’s College of Law is home to many nontraditional law students – those who have pursued other careers prior to law school; those holding down full-time jobs and studying part time; those who have started families of their own; and those who never thought they would go to law school.
The Class of 2012 celebrated the culmination of their years at the College of Law during Commencement and Hooding Ceremonies on Friday, May 11 at the Georgia State University Sports Arena. Renowned trial lawyer and longtime College of Law supporter Bobby Lee Cook delivered the commencement address.
Student Bar Association President Naeem Ramatally welcomed friends… more »
As the Georgia State Law sends off the class of 2012, the school is also bidding a fond farewell to several longtime faculty members.
Professors Mark Budnitz, Anne Emanuel, Bernadette Hartfield, Lynn Hogue, Nancy Johnson, E. R. Lanier and Charles Marvin are retiring at the end of this school year. Their careers, along with the… more »