As part of the interview process, Georgia State Law requires each faculty candidate to present a “job talk” to members of our faculty, in which you demonstrate your teaching ability and scholarly interests.
The job talk gives evidence of your promise as a teacher. We do not expect junior faculty candidates to be… more »
Clinical Teaching Position: Philip C. Cook Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic
Georgia State University’s College of Law seeks applicants for a full-time clinical professor in its Philip C. Cook Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic. The clinical faculty position has faculty status, voting rights, research and service expectations, as well as a renewable contract and job security commensurate… more »
When a local government is trying to find revenue to fund the construction and improvement of public infrastructure, it often turns to impact fees levied on new development, using the money to offset the cost of the services required by that development.
But what effect do the fees, which may be ultimately passed on to… more »
Nearly 14 years ago, Andi Curcio turned down John Edwards’ offer to join his North Carolina law firm so she could accept a teaching post at Georgia State University College of Law.
Curcio, who enjoyed practicing with Edwards, told him she wanted to teach for a year to see if she liked it. If she… more »