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Kuhner’s Book Explores Death of Campaign Finance Reform

In his new book, Capitalism v. Democracy, Tim Kuhner, associate professor of law, writes how the U.S. Supreme Court has used economic ideology to strike down limits on money in politics.

Kuhner’s book explains how cases such as Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission and McCutcheon v.… more »

College and Construction Crews Celebrate Topping Out Milestone

As the National Anthem played, construction workers hoisted a flag atop the new Georgia State University College of Law building Wednesday during a lunch “topping out” ceremony.

The ceremony, sponsored by McCarthy Building Cos., celebrates the construction milestone of placing the last structural beam on the new $82.5 million facility, the first building… more »

Juergensmeyer in Cuba for a Preservation Lesson

In January, Georgia State University College of Law Ben F. Johnson Chair and Professor of Law Julian Juergensmeyer spent a week learning about the technical and theoretical aspects of property law and policy in Cuba with Tulane University Law School’s intersession program.

With his expertise of land use planning law, property law, comparative land use… more »

Rowberry Co-Writes Nutshell on Protecting Historical Resources

Ryan Rowberry, assistant professor of law with Georgia State University College of Law, co-wrote Historic Preservation Law in a Nutshell (West Publishing, 2014) with Sara Bronin, professor of law and faculty director of Center for Energy and Environmental Law at the University of Connecticut.

It’s the first in-depth summary of… more »

Vath Elected Treasurer of Atlanta Bar

Margaret Vath, Lawyering Foundations instructor at Georgia State University College of Law, recently was elected treasurer of the Atlanta Bar Association.

“It’s a vote of confidence,”  Vath says. “I feel grateful and humbled by the support of the endorsements of 11 past presidents of the Atlanta Bar Association, as well as… more »

Bioethics Course Links Law, Policy, Engineering and Science Students

Under the leadership of Roberta Berry, Georgia Institute of Technology associate professor of public policy, Georgia Tech graduate students and Georgia State University College of Law students engaged in intensive study of the ethical, legal and policy problems generated by rapid advances in neuroscience and neurotechnology and of problem-solving methods and… more »

Wolf to Lead Health Law Center in July

After 10 years, countless hours of community outreach and an incredible amount of energy spent building and expanding curricular offerings, Georgia State University College of Law’s Center for Law, Health & Society’s founding director, Charity Scott, will step down June 30. Professor of Law Leslie Wolf will assume the leadership role. 

Scott, the Catherine C.… more »

Call for Proposals: Teaching Innovation Grants

Georgia State University College of Law is accepting faculty proposals for teaching innovation grants that support enhancements to applied or experiential learning in doctrinal and blended courses. The program offers up to two grants of $9,500 for individuals or a shared total of $13,000 for two or more faculty members working together.

“We designed this… more »

Legislature Recognizes 10 Years of Health Law

The Georgia House of Representatives recognized Georgia State University College of Law and its Health Law Partnership (HeLP) at the state capitol on Feb. 24 with a resolution and a bill recognizing medical-legal partnerships.

During the session, House Resolution 1549 was read on the floor honoring Georgia State Law’s HeLP Legal Services Clinic and the… more »

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