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Intellectual Property Law Inspires Alumni

The impact of a recent federal ruling regarding copyright at Georgia State University quickly rippled through its alumni working in the field of intellectual property (IP) and the faculty who trained them at the College of Law.

The IP donors have raised more than $500,000 in scholarships and other funding related to understanding legal issues… more »

Runoff elections involve four Georgia State University College of Law graduates

Several GSU Law alums ran for office in the July elections, and are faced with runoff elections on Nov. 6. Alums include Tracey Mason Blasi (J.D. ’95), Emily Brantley (J.D. ’91), Pam Britt (J.D. ’95) and Joe Hendricks Jr. (J.D. ’97).

[Read more at Daily Report online]… more »

Exploring Language and Culture

Rather than landing a summer position at a local law firm between her first and second years, this summer GSU Law student Brittanie Browning advanced her legal studies in a less conventional way. The 24-year-old spent eight weeks in Jeonju, South Korea, studying Korean through the U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship Program.

Browning,… more »

Segall on ACS Filibuster Debate

Georgia State University College of Law Professor Eric Segall, author of Supreme Myths: Why the Supreme Court Is Not a Court and Its Justices Are Not Judges, appeared before the Atlanta chapter of the American Constitutional Society with Atlanta attorney Emmet Bondurant to discuss whether the Senate filibuster is constitutional Aug. 15.

Bondurant… more »

Legacy of Morgan, Maleski Honors Faculty

Thirty years is a short history for a law school, but long enough for impassioned professors to make a lasting impact – even in careers cut short by illness.

At Georgia State University’s College of Law, which was founded in 1982, two early faculty members continue to inspire and influence their peers through annual awards… more »

Law Librarians Honored With Awards

Two Georgia State College of Law librarians Nancy Johnson and Meg Butler were honored at the American Association of Law Libraries annual conference in July.

Johnson, veteran librarian and retiring associate dean for library and information services received the Miriam Gallagher Lifetime Achievement Award, while Butler, associate director of public services, received an Emerging Leader… more »

 
RT @GSUMetroGrowth: Congratulations to Prof. Julian Juergensmeyer @GeorgiaStateLaw for starting his 50th year of teaching law today! via @GeorgiaStateLaw 2 days ago