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Law Review Editorial Board Plans for an Online Future

The 2015-16 Georgia State University Law Review editorial board capped off a successful year that included the February Law Review Symposium focusing on Supreme Court transparency that incorporated the 57th Henry J. Miller Lecture on the same topic and drew 500 people.

“You guys put on the best symposium ever and set a… more »

Business Arbitration Practicum Offers Practical Experience

The result of a Teaching Innovation Grant, Georgia State Law’s new Business Arbitration Practicum teaches students real-world skills in client representation, case management, negotiation and arbitration by working through simulated securities arbitration problems.

Nicole G. Iannarone, assistant clinical professor and Investor Advocacy Clinic… more »

A Georgia State Class You Wish You Were Taking: Products Liability and Safety

Products Liability and Safety | College of Law

TAUGHT BY » Timothy D. Lytton, Distinguished University Professor, College of Law Martin Grace, Regents Professor of Risk Management & Insurance, Robinson College of Business Terry Pechacek, Professor of Health Management & Policy, School of Public Health

WHAT IT’S… more »

Fun on the Atlanta Beltline

With springtime in the South now in full effect, people across Atlanta are emerging from their warm and comfy winter Netflix burrows and venturing outside. Among the great locales across Atlanta to enjoy the sunshine and spring blossoms, the Beltline is surely one of the most popular. One of the largest urban redevelopment programs underway… more »

85 Park Place Closed To Public April 22 to May 12 for Finals

Starting Friday, April 22, and continuing through 5 p.m. Thursday, May 12, the College of Law’s building, 85 Park Place, will be closed for final exams to the general public and students not registered in a College of Law course.

During this time, Georgia State faculty and staff will be able to access the building… more »

Lucas: Does First Amendment Protect Religious Freedom Laws?

The Boss is boycotting North Carolina.

Bruce Springsteen canceled a planned April 10 show in Greensboro to show solidarity with those protesting the passage of HB2, which bars local governments from protecting LGBT individuals against discrimination.

Bryan Adams is refusing to play in Mississippi. Adams is protesting that state’s recently passed… more »

Courtney Anderson

Atlanta Bus Tour Prepares Students for Law and Health Equity Course

Assistant professor Courtney Anderson has a unique approach to preparing her students to learn about the intersection among transactional law, advocacy and communication organization in her Law and Health Equity course — a bus tour of Atlanta before the semester begins.

“Through the tour, students experience parts of the city that they… more »

Judge López: Your Professional Reputation Starts in Law School

Doing good should permeate your entire legal career, said DeKalb County State Court Judge Dax López during the Student Bar Association keynote Wednesday during Law Week 2016.

López shared advice drawn from his extensive experience in both the private and public sectors. “When you start your career, you have to do such a good job… more »

Georgia State Advances to National Patent Law Moot Court Competition

After placing second in the regional Giles Sutherland Rich Moot Court Competition, the Georgia State Law team has advanced to national competition in Washington, D.C., April 13 –15.

Sam Wesley (J.D. ’17) and Elizabeth Wedegis (J.D. ’17) competed in three rounds at the second annual American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) southeastern regional competition, which… more »

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Malissa Patel (J.D. ’18)

It Ensures Justice for All.

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.

To possess this trait, it is only natural… more »