"I am grateful for the college that, through its faculty, programs and student organizations, gave me the tools to thrive in the legal profession."
Ramsey A. Knowles (J.D. '05)
Taylor English Duma LLP
President, Law Alumni Council
Georgia State University College of Law
Georgia State University College of Law provides an outstanding legal education integrating theory with practice in a central location where classrooms, courtrooms, businesses and government agencies are easily accessible. Flexible programs allow you to attend law school while meeting other obligations, and our hands-on curriculum, centers, clinics, externships and top-notch faculty prepare you for law practice immediately after graduation.
The effectiveness of what Georgia State Law offers is reflected by the success of our graduates. They are active throughout the judiciary, government, private practice and business.
"Georgia State is an incredible deal for aspiring lawyers. As one of the best law schools for the value, I had no reason to attend a college that would put me into hundreds of thousands of dollars of debt." —Emily Wang, first-year student
"When selecting a law school, undergraduates should consider each school's cost, location and the quality of its alumni network. Georgia State University stands out in all three categories." —Mark Bryce, second-year student
"I plan to practice law in Atlanta when I graduate. My friends and family in the legal community here speak very highly of Georgia State Law grads and how ‘practice ready' GSU law students are."
—Kevin Coleman, first-year J.D./M.B.A. student
"Georgia State has allowed me to take courses in a variety of subject areas. So, in addition to taking classes in areas I already knew interested me, the flexibility has enabled me to explore areas of law I was unfamiliar with before law school. As a result, my final career interests have broadened."
—Jennifer Goldstein, third-year J.D./M.B.A. student
"Georgia State has a great part-time program for professionals who don't want to sacrifice their careers to obtain their legal educations. They work to provide part-timers with all the same opportunities that full-time students get, including career counseling from former part-time law students who coped with the same difficulties. In addition, there are externship opportunities tailored to part-timers." —Gustavo Aleman, part-time second-year student