With springtime in the South now in full effect, people across Atlanta are emerging from their warm and comfy winter Netflix burrows and venturing outside. Among the great locales across Atlanta to enjoy the sunshine and spring blossoms, the Beltline is surely one of the most popular. One of the largest urban redevelopment programs underway… more »
Bruce Springsteen canceled a planned April 10 show in Greensboro to show solidarity with those protesting the passage of HB2, which bars local governments from protecting LGBT individuals against discrimination.
After placing second in the regional Giles Sutherland Rich Moot Court Competition, the Georgia State Law team has advanced to national competition in Washington, D.C., April 13 –15.
Sam Wesley (J.D. ’17) and Elizabeth Wedegis (J.D. ’17) competed in three rounds at the second annual American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) southeastern regional competition, which… more »
“The judge came in — big guy, wearing his black robe, a very imposing figure. And the very first thing he did was lift up his robe and pull out the biggest gun I’d ever seen,” said Mark Biernath (J.D. ’01), recalling one of the first times he set foot in a courtroom.
Safety issues in dorms are often not discussed. Penn State, CC BY-NC
Throughout the summer before my daughter left for college, I repeatedly warned her: never put a glass down at a party; use the buddy system when going to parties; and never go upstairs at a fraternity party.
In 2015, adjunct professor Tom Jones stood outside the state Capitol’s rotunda, attending the swearing-in ceremony for his former student and now Superior Court Judge Alison Burleson (J.D. ’00). “The greatest reward in teaching is to see your students succeed,” said Jones, beaming with pride.
When asked how many of his former students have gone… more »