Externs Explore Effects of Overburdened Criminal Justice System
Kylie Jones (J.D. ’17) and Karyn Pagnotta (J.D. ’17) sift through stacks of letters from Georgia inmates—some new, some over a decade old. Many claim innocence of the crimes they were convicted of —murder, sexual assault, burglary. Some complain about conditions in prison.
Last fall, I took my favorite class in law school: Legislation taught by Professor Neil Kinkopf. On the course’s final day, we analyzed the “Obamacare” case, King v. Burwell. The class attempted to predict how the Court would decide the case, which interpretive canons would be used, what judicial ideologies would… more »
Kim Child’s determination to make a difference is in part why the Georgia State Law graduate is running for a Cobb County Superior Court seat, which will open with the retirement of Judge Adele Grubbs next year. The four-year term will begin Jan. 1, 2017.
As the daughter of former Methodist missionaries, a strong sense… more »
“This is an event of pure joy,” said Steven J. Kaminshine, dean and professor of law, to the Class of 2015 as it was sworn into practice on Nov. 13. “You are joining a community of colleagues and alumni that have blazed a trail of success, and it… more »
“I’m excited to see my former professors and to be with my class,” said Sheila Bilimoria (J.D. ’15), of the 2015 Swearing-In Ceremonies on Friday, Nov. 13. “All of us made it through this journey together and this is the final step. It’s a great way to finish up everything.”