Lucy Zhang (J.D. ’16), law clerk at Cohen, Cooper, Estep & Allen LLC, where she works on tax controversy and civil litigation cases. Zhang is a student attorney and graduate research assistant for the Philip C. Cook Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic. She is also a member of the… more »
It Provides a Structure for Parties to Air Grievances.
A civilized society must have a system in which aggrieved parties may seek justice, whether for a civil wrong-doing or a criminal aggression. Otherwise, its inhabitants would be inclined to take matters into their own hands. There are a number of examples throughout history… more »
It’s Our Opportunity to Ensure the Rules are Built Upon Principles of Integrity.
The law is a system of rules that changes the way we operate. No matter who you are or where you are in life, the law touches everyone in some way. And we – as future lawyers – have the invaluable role… more »
The law is what ensures justice for all. It helps create and maintain structure within our society. It truly is the underlying foundation to structuring our society as it constantly evolves and tailors itself to the ever-changing world around us.
Patrick Wiseman, professor of law, teaches Real Property, Constitutional Law, Legislation and an innovative course on Law and the Internet, for which he was awarded the university’s Instructional Innovation Award.
Meaghan Frankish (J.D. ’16), is a judicial assistant for Judge Shawn Ellen LaGrua (J.D. ’87) at Fulton County Superior Court, where she handles felony criminal cases and civil in the field. Frankish is the past president of the Federalist Society.