Georgia State Law Graduates Fare Well in February Bar Exam Results

Georgia State University College of Law graduates led the state on the February bar exam, with an 82.1 percent passing rate for first-time test-takers, well ahead of the the overall state rate of 63 percent.

“While the February results in Georgia reflect the continued national trend of bar passage rates that are below historical… more »

PILA Auction on Feb. 27; Tickets on Sale

The Public Interest Law Association’s Annual Auction is right around the corner! The funds raised at the auction provide scholarships for students who undertake unpaid summer internships at public interest organizations.

Last year PILA raised more than $20,000 and awarded eight full-time and part-time fellowships to students working in various places, including the… more »

‘Scholarships Critical to Success of Students’

After being accepted to law school, Julio C. Perez-Bravo (J.D. ’18) had sleepless nights. Being an attorney was his dream, but the stress of paying for law school weighed heavily on him.

When something is pivotal to your life, and you think you’ll have to postpone it because you can’t afford it, it’s troubling, he… more »

Ode to the Urban Life Building

The Hooding Ceremony on May 15 marks the end of yet another successful year at Georgia State Law. What is different about this year is that it is our last in Georgia State University’s Urban Life Building. While we are all excited about moving into our beautiful new building and all of the tremendous opportunities… more »

85 Park Place: New Building By the Numbers

We are just seven weeks away from moving into the new building. To celebrate, here is a quick by the numbers. Yeah, we’re excited…

By the Numbers Number of construction hours as of May 1: Roughly 200,000 hours since the ribbon-cutting on Sept. 12, 2013 Number of Limestone tiles used: About 10,000 Number of glass… more »

BLSA banquet

Extracurriculaw: Black Law Students Association Celebrates 2015 Honorees

“…Your degree is like stock, it can go up or down depending on the caliber of the students who are in this institution, and you all continue to make my stock rise and for that I am so grateful,” said a teary-eyed Adwoa Ghartey-Tagoe Seymour (J.D. ’06), at the annual Black Law Students Association Reception… more »