Student Organization Spotlight: Black Law Students Association

Posted On March 23, 2018 by Catherine Gavrilidis (J.D.’20)

One of the most active student organizations at Georgia State University College of Law is the Ronald J. Freeman Chapter of the Black Law Students Association, better known to many Georgia State Law students as BLSA.

The organization is appreciated for its robust members-only outline collection, and its annual mock exam, which gives new… more »

No. 31

The College of Law’s clinical education program was ranked at No. 31 in a five-way tie with Loyola University at New Orleans, Boston University, University of Minnesota and University of Wisconsin at Madison, according to the 2019 U.S. News & World Report rankings for law schools.

“Our clinical programs continue to be recognized in the… more »

No. 65

Georgia State Law’s full-time program is tied at No. 65 with Case Western Reserve University, Loyola Marymount University, University of Cincinnati, University of Kentucky, University of Miami, University of Missouri and University of Tennessee in the 2019 U.S. News & World Report rankings.

“We are proud of this recognition of the quality and value of… more »

Experiential Programs, Efforts to Foster Student Learning, Professional Development Continue to Grow

Posted On March 15, 2018 by Lisa Radkte Bliss, Associate Dean for Experiential Education

Georgia State Law’s experiential programs and other innovative efforts to foster student learning and professional development continue to grow under the leadership of our new dean, Wendy F. Hensel.

Mayor Bottoms (J.D. ’94): ‘Georgia State Helped Create a Work Ethic In Me’

“Georgia State University College of Law had such a great deal to do with why I stand here as mayor of this city,” said Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms (J.D. ’94) at a reception in her honor by the Ronald J. Freeman Chapter of the National Black Law Students Association (BLSA) on Wednesday, Feb. 28.… more »

If/When/How and AWLS Team Up for the Spring Menstrual Material Drive

The If/When/How student organization, formerly known as the Law Students for Reproductive Justice, and the Association of Women Law Students (AWLS) have teamed up with the American Constitution Society for another Menstrual Material Drive.

Beginning Feb. 19, the women’s restrooms had baskets of menstrual products available free of charge. This week, a donation box can… more »