“Intellectual property law is a dynamic area of the law that continues to see growth in terms of hiring. This is an exciting time to be an IP practitioner, a student learning about the subject area, and a teacher,” says Deepa Varadarajan, a visiting associate professor of law who will teach the Intellectual Property Law… more »
Georgia State University College of Law will hold a book reading and discussion at 4 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 4, for Associate Professor Tim Kuhner’s new book, “Capitalism v. Democracy,” in the Law Library.
“Capitalism v. Democracy” explores how cases such as Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission and McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission corrupt not… more »
Juergensmeyer, Marshall Explain Rationale for Need-Based Permitting
Professors Julian Juergensmeyer and John T. Marshall presented Can Government Prevent the Next Bust? The Rationale for Need-Based Permitting, focusing on the ways that local government officials and staff can effectively check potentially unsound development projects at the Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute in Denver in March.
Tanya Washington, associate professor at Georgia State University College of Law, addressed how racial bias and profiling operate in the child welfare system to the detriment of black children, black families and the black community during a July 29 National Bar Association panel to discuss racial profiling.
Tanya Washington, associate professor at Georgia State University College of Law, will join civil rights notables, the Revs. Al Sharpton and Jesse L. Jackson Sr., during the keynote event at the National Bar Association’s annual conference in Atlanta.
The Presidential Showcase Panel, from 2 to 4 p.m. today, also features Sherrilyn Ifill, director of the… more »
State laws authorize termination of parental rights and removal of children based upon evidence of abuse and neglect and determinations of parental fitness. Cases of abuse and neglect are subject to adjudication by juvenile… more »
In May, Georgia State University College of Law Professor Doug Yarn conducted mediation training for law students at Bahcesehir University in Istanbul. The timing of his training coincides with Turkey’s recent adoption of new laws for mediation and restorative justice in both minor criminal matters and civil disputes.