When the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) considers adopting a rule — or amending an existing one — that will govern an aspect of the relationship between brokers and investors or their employers, it solicits comments from practitioners and the public.
As part of its mission of serving regular investors, Georgia State Law’s more »
We are pleased to be included among the top 30 clinical programs among U.S. law schools in the U.S. News & World Report rankings for 2018. We have achieved this distinction in large part due to our extraordinary experiential programming, exemplified by our innovative clinics and externships, as well as our ongoing efforts… more »
Kendall Kerew, assistant clinical professor and director of the Externship Program, helped launch LexternWeb, a website that is designed to assist law schools in creating and maintaining externship programs like the one at the College of Law.
“The website is a major development for the externship community at the regional,… more »
How do you discover the facts that you need to support your claims? Once you know the facts, how do those facts inform business decisions you and your client might make about a given case? Those are among the questions that a new class, Civil Pre-Trial Litigation, helped prepare students to answer. A third-year capstone… more »
“The facts are crucial,” said Ellie Miller (J.D. ’18) about the work she did last summer while interning for a litigation firm. During the first year of law school, however, students typically read the facts as provided in casebooks, so they can appear static.
“In practice, the facts come in different forms and can change… more »
All Georgia State law students must take Lawyering Advocacy in the spring semester of their second year. The course is taught in small sections of 12 students by a practicing lawyer, with students handling two cases.
The first, a civil dispute, takes the students from client interviewing, initial pleadings and discovery, to briefing and arguing… more »
The Start Micro-Entrepreneur Accelerator Program (Start:ME) is an intensive 14-week accelerator program for micro-entrepreneurs (businesses with up to four employees) in the Clarkston and East Lake Atlanta communities. The program also enables Cass Brewer’s tax students to gain experience working with clients on a pro bono basis.
The program helps businesses—ranging from those providing… more »