The most significant difference is the move from big comprehensive assignments — two closed memos, one open memo and the appellate brief — to smaller assignments a young lawyer would do in an office setting, said Roy Sobelson, associate dean for academic affairs and legal writing task force member.
WASHINGTON — James E. Flynn III, (J.D. ’13) and visiting student at Florida State University College of Law, has been named winner of the eighth annual ELI-ABA-NAELS Constitutional Environmental Law Student Writing Competition. Flynn will receive a $2,000 cash award and publication in the Environmental Law Reporter, the institute’s flagship journal and the most often… more »
Students interested in continuing their studies beyond law school may be interested in the fellowships available at UNC to study coastal hazards. The Career Development Fellowship from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Coastal Hazards Center of Excellence includes full tuition for a masters or Ph.D. program and a $25,000 per year stipend.
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Neighbor Newspapers, August 19 McDonald to run for Collins’ seat on City Council
Graham McDonald Monday announced he is running for the District 3 seat on the Sandy Springs City Council. Current District 3 Councilman Chip Collins Sunday announced he will not be seeking re-election. Read more.
Marshall will work with faculty from across the university — including the Center for the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth — to research… more »
“We really should not miss this moment,” said Reed. “It is very special in the life of the city. The reason it’s so special is because Georgia State University and the Georgia State University College of Law are absolutely and undeniably ascending.”
WSB Radio, July 30 Gardner could jump in Senate race
Georgia Tip Sheet, Aug. 5 Atlanta attorney may jump into GOP Senate fray
The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, a branch of Taiwan’s Ministry of Culture, selected Georgia State University College of Law assistant professor Ryan Rowberry to participate in a Young Scholars Delegation to Taiwan in May.