The Capital Defender Clinic provides Georgia State Law students with an unforgettable opportunity to be part of a defense team for the Office of the Georgia Capital Defender, the agency representing indigent defendants statewide who face death penalty trials or are on direct appeal from death sentences. Students focus heavily on the real… more »
Course Information Investor Advocacy Clinic I (3 credits)
Prerequisite: 2.30 GPA and successful completion of all first-year courses.
Investor Advocacy Clinic students focus on the representation of small investors with claims against their brokers in FINRA mediation and arbitration. Under appropriate supervision, students will gain experience and knowledge in investigating potential claims, interviewing and counseling… more »
Georgia State Law’s Investor Advocacy Clinic provides legal services to small investors who may have claims against their broker-dealers but who are not able to find legal representation due to the size of their claims. Law students, under the supervision of a faculty member who is a Georgia-licensed attorney, will represent investors in handling disputes… more »
The Investor Advocacy Clinic represents and educates investors while providing a quality educational experience to Georgia State Law students. The clinic is made possible by a grant from the FINRA Investor Education Foundation and Georgia State Law.
Educating and Assisting Small Investors
The clinic represents investors who have suffered losses resulting from… more »
The Health Law Partnership (HeLP) Legal Services Clinic is part of the Health Law Partnership, a medical-legal collaboration among Georgia State Law, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and the Atlanta Legal Aid Society.
Our clinics are an excellent way for students to explore focus areas and gain legal experience. You’ll apply theories and skills learned in the classroom and begin real legal work, even representing clients or working with judges. There are four Georgia State Law clinics:
As an integral part… more »