Cupid (M.P.A./J.D. '12) Wins Public Office
College of Law and Andrew Young School of Policy Studies dual-degree student Lisa Cupid beat political veteran Woody Thompson for the southwest Cobb County Commission seat.
GSU College of Law Ranked a Best Value
Georgia State University College of Law was ranked among the nation's best value schools by The National Jurist in its September issue. The school has been in the top 5 for the last five years.
GSU Law named no. 6 most popular
U. S. News and World Report names GSU Law No. 6 in popularity this year, based on a factor called yield, which measures the number of accepted students who ultimately choose to enroll.
Emanuel to receive Lifetime Achievement Award
For her accomplishments as a legal educator, author, speaker and advocate, Anne Emanuel will receive the Southern Center for Human Rights' first ever Lifetime Achievement Award this May.
GSU Law continues to climb in rankings
GSU Law continues its climb in the U.S. News and World Report rankings, coming in at No. 58 out of 195 ranked schools, while the highly regarded Health Law program is hailed as No. 2 in the nation.
GSU Law well represented in Georgia SuperLawyers 2012
Nearly 200 GSU Law alumni were represented in the 2012 Georgia Super Lawyer list, including four in the Top 100 and six in the Top 50 Women Lawyers categories.
College of Law Ranks as 11th Most Wired Law School
The College of Law at Georgia State University was recognized in the March 2001 issue of the National Jurist as the 11th "Most Wired Law School" in the country. More »
GSU College of Law Ranked as a Best School for the Money
The College of Law at Georgia State University has been ranked as one of the top ten public law schools in the nation as a "Best School for the Money," by National Jurist magazine. More »
College of Law Ranked 89th in the U.S. News & World Report Top 100 Law Schools Listing
For the second year in a row, the College of Law has made the U.S. News & World Report listing of the top 100 law schools. The College of Law placed 89th this year, up from a previous ranking of 91st. More »
Princeton Review Ranks College of Law 5th in U.S. For Welcoming Older Students
Georgia State ranks fifth in the nation for being one of the most welcoming law schools for older students. So says the latest edition of The Princeton Review's “Top 170 Law Schools.” More »
Georgia State's Health Law Program Ranked Among Top 10 by U.S. News and World Report
The health law program at Georgia State University's College of Law has been ranked 10th in the country by U.S. News & World Report in their "America's Best Graduate Schools 2008" edition, which hit newsstands last week. More »
COL ranked as a "Best-Value" Law School
The College of Law at Georgia State has been named the third best-value law school in the U.S. in the current “Back to School” edition of The National Jurists' PreLaw magazine. More »
Milich wins State Bar award
Paul Milich is the first recipient of the State Bar of Georgia Award for Excellence in Legal Scholarship, honoring law professors for advancing the practice of law in Georgia.
No. 1 Best Value Law School
For the second consecutive year, the Georgia State University College of Law has been ranked the No. 1 best value in the country by preLaw Magazine, a National Jurist publication.
LSAC awards Georgia State Law $300,000 to establish pre-law scholars program
Georgia State University College of Law was one of two schools selected by the Law School Admission Council, DiscoverLaw.org Subcommittee to receive $300,000 ($100,000 a year over the next three years) to establish a Pre-Law Undergraduate Scholars Program at Georgia State University ("G-PLUS Program).
Mock arbitration team heading to nationals
The Georgia State University College of Law Student Trial Lawyers Association's first mock arbitration team made a spectacular showing at the American Bar Association's Regional Arbitration Competition, held at the University of Northern Kentucky's Chase Law School.
With U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. presiding, GSU law students win national title in moot court competition
Third-year students Kevin Bradberry and Matthew Ramsey argued before Supreme Court Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr., during the final round of the 25th Annual Dean Jerome Prince Memorial Evidence Competition.
Georgia State Law is #1
Georgia State University College of Law was ranked No. 1 in the country for its value, according to National Jurist, a magazine geared to law students. Georgia State Law jumped to the top of the pack from fourth last year.
Georgia State among top third of nation’s law schools in latest U.S. News rankings
Georgia State Law continues to be ranked among the top third of the nation’s law schools, coming in at No. 61 in the U.S. News Media Group's 2012 edition of America's Best Law Schools.
Georgia State Law continues to move up in U.S. News & World Report rankings
In less than five years, the College of Law has moved from No. 97 to 60 - a nearly 40 percent jump.
Back-to-back titles for Georgia State
For the second year in a row, a team of students from Georgia State University College of Law took first place in the Dean Jerome Prince Memorial Moot Court Competition. More »
Symposium to celebrate Julian Juergensmeyer's lifetime contributions to the law
Professor Julian Juergensmeyer has devoted 45 years to infrastructure and land use, traveling to countries including Ethiopia, Poland and Brazil. A Festschrift symposium will be held in honor of his lifetime contributions to the law.
U.S. News ranks Georgia State Law second in nation for ‘Financial Value at Graduation'
Georgia State University College of Law recently was rated the No. 2 law school in the nation for its “Financial Value at Graduation,” according to a survey in U.S. News. More »
Georgia State featured in Princeton Review's Best Law Schools
Georgia State University College of Law is one of the nation's most outstanding law schools in the latest Princeton Review 2010 edition of "The Best 172 Law Schools."
Kresge Foundation awards $230,000 grant to HeLP Legal Services Clinic
The Kresge Foundation is a $2.8 billion private, national foundation that seeks to influence the quality of life of many in the population through supporting non-profit organizations.
Georgia State Law wins national ABA arbitration competition
In its first appearance in the American Bar Association's Mock Arbitration Competition, Georgia State University College of Law garnered the National Championship in Chicago January 21-22.
Georgia State a go-to law school for nation’s largest law firms
In its annual list of the top 50 “Go-To” law schools, the National Law Journal ranks Georgia State University College of Law No. 32 for its percentage of graduates who were hired as first-year associates at the nation’s top firms.
Moot Court team wins Best Brief, places third in international competition
A team of students from Georgia State Law recently returned from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where they placed third in the First Annual Inter-American Sustainable Development Law moot court competition.
STLA team advances to semi-finals in Puerto Rico
One team from Georgia State University College of Law's Student Trial Lawyers Association reached the semi-finals in the Puerto Rico Trial Advocacy Competition.
Charity Scott recognized with Heroes in Health Care Ethics Award
Scott received the Heroes in Health Care Award in recognition of her tireless commitment to education, policy, and practice at the intersection of law and bioethics through the Center for Law, Health & Society.
Atlanta's Best Health Care Lawyer in 2010
Faculty Fellow and Adjunct Faculty member Randall Hughes, J.D., was named Atlanta Health Care Lawyer of the Year in the publication The Best Lawyers in America. Mr. Hughes received high ratings for his leadership, integrity, abilities and professionalism from professional peers in the Atlanta healthcare law community.
Health Law Program Ranked No. 4 by U.S. News
Georgia State University College of Law continues to excel in the U.S. News and World Report's annual America's Best Graduate Schools rankings for 2011. More »