The training and mentorship that our Externship Program site supervisors give our students is invaluable in preparing them to be ethical, responsible and effective lawyers. We thank you for your willingness to become directly involved with our program. We could not offer this enriching educational experience to our students without your partnership.
Georgia State Law students have a rare opportunity to participate in an externship program with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. Students spend 10 weeks during the summer in Washington, D.C., at the USPTO being trained and working on real patent and trademark applications with patent and… more »
Population growth including an aging population, preventative medicine, and improved treatment options have all contributed to an increase in the use of prescription and over-the-counter medication. While the benefits of these drugs cannot be overstated, their use does have environmental consequences. In anticipation of the December 2014 release of EPA’s proposed… more »
The Externship Program offers second-year and third-year law students an unparalleled opportunity to earn academic credit while gaining practical skills and substantive training in the greater Atlanta legal community. Interested students should carefully review the eligibility and program requirements, as well as the application process on TWEN and the policy memo.
There are several scholarships and fellowships available through Georgia State Law, many of which apply to students pursuing specific areas of legal education. These awards are open to a broad range of students and provide financial support or stability while students focus on their studies or practical experiences.
Law students who graduate with the legal research and writing experience they need on the first day of their careers have a distinct advantage over many of their peers. That’s why Georgia State Law students begin building the foundation of their legal expertise during the first year and continue to use and refine their… more »
Georgia State University Law Review is a legal journal published four times per year by second- and third-year Georgia State Law students who have demonstrated outstanding writing and academic skills. The Law Review’s staff edits and publishes articles written by scholars, practitioners and students. Each fall issue features Peach Sheets, an in-depth view… more »
Participating in Moot Court is an ideal way to further your written and oral advocacy skills. Each year, we send Georgia State Law teams to intercollegiate competitions that focus on different areas of law. Every team prepares a persuasive brief, arguing either for the petitioner or respondent in a hypothetical case on appeal. The group… more »