Learn more about the college's in-house clinics and other experiential learning opportunities, including how to apply, during the Experiential Course Information Fair at noon or 5 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 17, in the West Exhibit Area of the Urban Life Building.
Ryan Young (J.D. ’16) Participated in the HeLP Legal Services Clinic, this experience gave him the opportunity to help the less fortunate.
“I did the HeLP Clinic because I wanted to [gain] real lawyer experience while helping those in the community who are less fortunate financially. The clinic provides this opportunity by blending classroom… more »
Janelle Alleyne (J.D. ’15) Participated in the HeLP Legal Services Clinic twice where she helped families with their legal issues.
“As law students, we spend most of our time with our heads in our casebooks. The HeLP Clinic allows students with multiple interests to collaborate in interdisciplinary groups and solve issues facing children across… more »
Peter Watson (J.D. ’16) Participated in the HeLP Legal Services Clinic to gain insight into written laws and regulations.
“I was motivated to participate in the HeLP Legal Services Clinic because I wanted to learn about the substantive law and regulation in the area of health law and to gain experience advocating for a real-world… more »
Mark Mesler (J.D. ’87) Tax Principal, Ernst & Young in Atlanta
“Hi I’m Mark Messler, and I’m a 1987 graduate of Georgia State University College of Law. Go Panthers! I’m also a tax principal at Ernst & Young and one of my roles here is I lead tax recruiting for the Atlanta office so I… more »
Georgia State University College of Law, the State Bar of Georgia and Atlanta Bar Association will honor four attorneys with the 2014 Georgia State University Intellectual Property Community Service Award.
Recipients Patrick Flinn of Alston & Bird, John Harbin of King & Spalding, Elizabeth Lester (J.D. ’05) of Sutherland Asbill & Brennan and Mark VanderBroek… more »
Roy M. Sobelson Associate dean for academic affairs
“An important aspect of clinic work is that it introduces students to the culture of public service and volunteerism that pervades the legal profession. Many experienced lawyers will tell you that, for all the fulfillment they get from their careers, it is the public service work they… more »
Working as community partners, Georgia State University College of Law students and the Neighborhood Planning Units worked to assess the impact of the mitigation of health disparities in underserved communities in the Atlanta area and provide recommendations this spring’s innovative Law and Health Equity Course.