In Atlanta’s Immigration Court, only two percent of asylum cases are granted, and asylum seekers with legal representation typically fare better due to the complex nature of immigration law, said Shana Tabak, visiting assistant professor at Georgia State Law.
“There’s a great need for asylum representation in the Atlanta area since there are thousands of… more »
Stephanie Everett (J.D. ’02) was named executive director of Lawyers for Equal Justice, a new incubator program for newer lawyers to start innovative, socially conscious law practices providing affordable services to low- and moderate-income clients.
“I’m really excited about this program,” said Everett, who graduated cum laude and is a career advisor and guest lecturer… more »
“The Internet fundamentally changed Intellectual Property,” said Mark Lemley, author, legal scholar and director of the Law, Science and Technology program at Stanford Law School, during Georgia State University College of Law’s 56th Henry J. Miller Distinguished Lecture Series on Sept. 17.
Lemley, the William H. Neukom Professor of Law, discussed “Intellectual Property in… more »
Georgia State University College of Law’s moot court team advanced to the eight-team “elimination” round at the inaugural Consensual Dispute Resolution Competition in Vienna on July 4. There, the Georgia State Law team of Omenka Uchendu (J.D./M.P.H. ’16), David Pierce (J.D.’17, MBA ’13), Sasan Nemat (J.D./MBA ’16) and Kori Eskridge (J.D. ’15) was… more »
Friday, Oct. 2 Knowles Conference Center • 85 Park Place NE • Atlanta, GA 30303
This summer marked the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, a catastrophic storm that reshaped the way cities across the United States and internationally talk about urban vulnerability and plan for resilience. Katrina’s Legacy conference will examine critical issues in the… more »