Georgia State Law provides opportunities for students to put theory into practice through the Externship Program. Externships allow students to earn academic credit while receiving practical training. Students are paired with site-supervising attorneys who work one on one with them. As an opportunity to get elective credit and great resume material at the… more »
And then there were trees…
You know we are getting close to moving into the new building when the trees and shrubs go in. McCarthy Building Co. workers started planting trees around the perimeter of the new building late last week.
Plans call for:
7 Willow Oak trees along John Wesley… more »
After the first year, we get it. You have choices in the class you take. Choices mean decisions. So, to aid that decision process, we did a quick, unscientific, poll of our students. These are the 10 most recommended Georgia State Law classes. Good luck making your decisions for the fall.
Bankruptcy with Professor Jack… more »
By Andrew Vazquez (J.D. ’15)
We’re in the final stretch of the spring 2015 semester. Finals start on April 30, a mere seven days from now. This is both exciting and terrifying. The end of the semester is a very stressful time because it seems that everything is due at the same time. Nevertheless, there are… more »
With graduation around the corner, we couldn’t let one of our favorite 3Ls leave without getting his inside take on Georgia State Law! Meet William Pannell, an involved, focused and an outdoors sports enthusiast, he’ll give you his perspective on law school, life, balancing the two, and Atlanta.
Name: William Pannell Graduation Year: May 2015… more »
Among the obvious benefits the new building will provide for Georgia State Law students, there is one aspect that students and alumni will surely appreciate – new bathrooms. Seriously.
The poorly laid-out and dysfunctional bathrooms in the Urban Life Building are a well-known plight to students. The layout of the Urban Life Building created awkward… more »
My time at Georgia State University College of Law is coming to an end, but the journey has been amazing. Three years ago I entered law school with two goals; have fun and be successful. I wanted to feel like I could enjoy life, despite the rigors of law school. Because of Georgia… more »
Applying for law school can be a daunting experience. It is stressful waiting to hear back from schools that you have applied to, trying to navigate scholarship offers, financial aid packages, cost of living, the feel of the school and many other factors.
Along with Tax Day, the week of April 15 brings, for many… more »
Trying to decide where to live in Atlanta? There are a number of neighborhoods with a variety of options for interested individuals. Lets start with the benefits of living downtown.
Downtown Atlanta is the geographic area on the west side of the intersection of Interstate 75/85 and Interstate 20 (A.K.A. the Connector). This area includes… more »
Everyone was excited to see the developments at 85 Park Place today. This location will serve as the new home for Georgia State Law. The three students, Michelle Namer (J.D. ’17), Michael Namer (J.D. ’17) and Paul Blackstock (J.D. ‘17), were among the winning bidders for the building tour at the Public Interest… more »