Associate Professor Jessica Gabel appeared on PBS science series NOVA on Oct. 17.
The episode featuring Gabel, titled “Forensics on Trial,” investigates recent criticisms of forensic science and methods long thought to be foolproof, such as drawing decisive evidence from fingerprints, ballistics and tire marks. Many common practices, Gabel says, are grounded more in assumptions… more »
SAN ANTONIO — Georgia State University College of Law’s Student Trial Lawyers Association mock trial team of Alex Galvan (J.D. ’14), Joshua May (J.D. ’13), Lauren Smith (J.D. ’13) and Lynette Jimenez (J.D. ’13), placed second in the Lone Star Classic Competition on Oct. 11-13 at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio.
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ATLANTA — Juli Ponce Sole, professor of law and vice dean at University of Barcelona School of Law, will speak at noon Wednesday, Nov. 7, on “Land Use Law, Affordable Housing & Discrimination in European Cities,” through Georgia State University College of Law’s Center for the… more »
Amy Macrina (J.D. ’10) is a Litigation Fellow and a practicing attorney with Southeastern Legal Foundation writes about race-based college admissions policy in Texas.
On Thursday, Nov. 1, Alex Kozinski, chief judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, will deliver the 51st Henry J. Miller Distinguished Lecture on “Effective Oral Advocacy” at Georgia State University College of Law. The lecture, at noon in the Student Center ballroom, is open to the public.
A champion of… more »