Chad Brock (J.D. ’12) Fulton County Daily Report, May 31
Tunde Akinyele (J.D. ’00) Fulton County Daily Report, May 29
“Before Google, there was Jim, and I’d venture to say his signal to noise ratio is better,” said Patrick Wiseman, professor of law, in tribute to James L. Bross, retiring professor of law and founding faculty member of the college.
“He’s a font of information, much of it useful,” Wiseman said during Bross’s retirement luncheon… more »
“I want you to choose to do hard things,” imploring the Class of 2013 to not turn away from those who need lawyers most, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed asked the 174 graduates to “have the will to act.”
Reed was the keynote speaker at the 29th Commencement and Hooding ceremony on May 17 for Georgia… more »
When Jennifer Thuy-Tien McCall got pregnant at 15, her mother cried. One bad decision didn’t mean McCall’s life would be ruined, her mom said, but it would be harder to achieve her dreams.
McCall married the year after she got pregnant, and by the time she was 28 she had three children and a job… more »
Emily Suski has been appointed an assistant clinical professor, teaching family law and continuing her work with the interdisciplinary Health Law Partnership (HeLP) Clinic.
Suski has extensive experience advocating for children and adolescents with disabilities.
“From my work prior to law school, I learned the value of interdisciplinary education and work in addressing matters… more »
Stephanie Everett (J.D. ’02), May 16 Fulton County Daily Report
ATLANTA – Cynthia Honssinger Coffman (JD ’91), a member of the sixth graduating class of the College of Law, is the Chief Deputy in the Colorado Office of the Attorney General. She oversees a staff of 260 practicing attorneys and 150 employees who provide administrative support.
“Managing the largest law office in the state offers… more »
ATLANTA — Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed will be the keynote speaker at Georgia State University College of Law’s 29th commencement and hooding ceremony at 4:30 p.m. Friday, May 17, in the Georgia State Sports Arena.
The College of Law will confer law degrees on 173 graduates of the Class of 2013 from both the full-time… more »
ATLANTA – Recent graduate Megan Daugherty Douglas (JD ’12) is using her legal background as a unique lens to identify the impact of law and policy on health outcomes. Last year, she was awarded a health policy fellowship with the Satcher Health Leadership Institute at Morehouse School of Medicine. Under the direction of Dr. David… more »