Georgia State Law’s Student Trial Lawyers Association (STLA) team advanced to the top 16 and Francis Dixon (J.D. ’13) earned the Best Closing Argument award in the recent national mock trial competition in Buffalo, N.Y.
The other competing members on Georgia State Law’s team were Randal Hughes (J.D. ’14), John Eric Schleicher (J.D. ’14) and… more »
Study Space VII will take place in Barcelona May 5-9, 2014. Study Space is a weeklong intensive workshop in which scholars, government and private sector professionals develop solutions to legal, social, and policy challenges in urban areas.
The theme for 2014 is Beyond Affordable Housing: An Interdisciplinary Multi-National Approach to Adequate Housing Options.
Center for Law, Health and Society, in conjunction with Troutman Sanders LLP and the Metro Growth Center will hold a one day symposium, “Healthcare Meets the Environment: A Symposium on Pharmaceutical Waste Management” on Friday, Jan. 31.
Population growth including an aging population, preventative medicine, and improved treatment options have all contributed to an… more »
Georgia State University College of Law’s Moot Court team was named a runner-up in the National Health Law Moot Court Competition on Nov. 1-2.
The team of Kara Gordon (J.D. ’14), Janelle Alleyne (J.D. ’15), Nirvi Shah (J.D. ’15) and coach Gregory Fosheim (J.D. ’14) competed against teams from the universities of Maryland, Oklahoma and… more »
“You are about to enter a profession of service to your clients and community,” Judge C.J. Becker (J.D. ’87) said before swearing recent graduates into the Superior Court of Georgia and state bar on Nov. 15. “Serve, honor and respect the law and never trade on your good name.”
Professor Charles Marvin is continuing his longstanding connection with Latvia’s Riga Graduate School of Law as a visiting professor.
Marvin returned to the Baltic Country as a visiting professor of law after retiring from Georgia State Law in 2012. Marvin first traveled to Latvia as a Fulbright Teaching Professor in 2000 and later continued as… more »