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The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America, Noon Tuesday, Oct. 24, Knowles Conference Center

Author Richard Rothstein will be on hand to sign and present his latest book, The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America, which outlines the ways in which racial segregation resulted from flawed urban planning and law and policy decisions that promoted discriminatory patterns still in… more »

Public Interest Organizations Fair: Noon Monday, Oct. 2, Catherine Henson Atrium

The Public Interest Organizations Fair features representatives from several community organizations to talk about their work and how students can get involved. Lunch will be served.

Public Interest Organization Fair When: Noon-1:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 2 Where: Catherine Henson Atrium Lunch provided

For more information, contact the Center for Access to Justice at lawa2j@gsu.edu.

Centers, Certificates and Dual Degrees, Oh My! Info Sessions Sept. 25 and 28

Interested in intellectual property, public interest law, land use/environmental law or health law? Wondering about the Centers for Intellectual Property; Access to Justice, Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth or Law, Health & Society?

Information Session Session 1: 11:45 a.m. Monday, Sept. 25 Session 2: 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 28 Where: Room 342 Brown Bag Session; bring your lunch/dinner… more »

The Prosecutor’s Role in Access to Justice, Noon Wednesday, Sept. 27, Knowles Conference Center

Hear from a panel of prosecutors from a variety of levels/counties in the metro Atlanta area discussing how they define “justice” and what they can do to further justice through their exercise of prosecutorial discretion. Lunch will be provided.

The Prosecutor’s Role When: Noon Wednesday, Sept. 27 Where: Knowles Conference Room, Lower Level Lunch provided

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Beyond Death Row: Personal Stories from Those Closest to Georgia’s Death Row Inmates, Noon Thursday, Sept. 21, Knowles Conference Center

Join us for a discussion about capital punishment with Mercer Law Professor Sarah Gerwig-Moore; Jameca McGhee, whose father was sentenced to death; and Kayla Gissendaner, whose mother, Kelly, was executed in 2015 after serving nearly 20 years on death row. Lunch will be provided.

Beyond Death Row When: Noon Thursday, Sept. 21 Where: Knowles Conference… more »

Decriminalizing Race & Poverty: What’s Working and What You Can Do, 1-5 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12, Ceremonial Courtroom

The Center for Access to Justice is co-sponsoring the Southern Center for Human Rights conference, Decriminalizing Race & Poverty: What’s Working and What You Can Do, which will explore the impact of the criminalization of race and poverty and ways to end these policies and practices.

Decriminalizing Race &… more »

Public Interest Keynote, Noon Tuesday, Aug. 22, Ceremonial Courtroom

Stephen Bright, professor of practice and former president and senior counsel with the Southern Center for Human Rights, will deliver the annual Public Interest Keynote address.

Public Interest Keynote When: Noon Tuesday, Aug. 22 Where: Ceremonial Courtroom, Lower Level Lunch provided

After the lecture, the center will introduce the Pro Bono Program and the Public Interest… more »

Knapp, McCarthy to Lead Professional Development Team

Lyn Rogers Knapp has been named senior director for Georgia State Law’s new Center for Professional Development & Career Strategies, with Amy McCarthy (J.D. ’02) being named director. Both Knapp and McCarthy assumed their positions June 1.

Knapp has extensive experience in legal recruiting, human resources and corporate counseling. She… more »

College No. 6 on ‘Top 10 Law Schools for Health Law’

Georgia State Law is ranked No. 6 on Law Street Media’s “Top 10 Law Schools for Health Law” list.

The specialty rankings blend quantitative and qualitative data using a 100-point formula that examines courses offered (25 points), graduates employed in the specialty (20), proximity to subject-relevant employment centers (15), networking and extracurricular opportunities in… more »