Georgia State University College of Law will hold a leadership workshop for students this spring, starting Tuesday, Feb. 24. The three-part series features Lt. Col. Josh Brooks, chair of the Department of Military Science and Leadership.
The series kicks off with an Overview of Leadership Frameworks at noon Tuesday, Feb. 24. Brooks will work… more »
Georgia State University College of Law faculty members Leslie E. Wolf and Erin Fuse Brown and three graduate research assistants, Ryan Kerr (J.D./M.H.S.A. ’15), Genevieve Razick (J.D./M.H.S.A. ’15), and Greg Tanner (J.D./M.H.S.A. ’16), are conducting research to assess the legal protections afforded research participants in genomic… more »
Two days after starting Georgia State University College of Law, Evan Rosenberg (J.D. ’14) opened a new bar, Silver Dollar, in Athens. After the first year success of Silver Dollar, he and his business partners acquired City Bar, also in Athens. They opened Big Sky Buckhead in Atlanta last February.
Georgia State University College of Law is expanding its student clinics to six with the addition of the new Landlord-Tenant Mediation Clinic at the Fulton County state and magistrate courts. The new clinic will open this fall.
“The comprehensive 28-hour training students receive to be certified as third-party neutrals in… more »
Effective this fall, the College of Law will increase the number of academic credit hours for in-house clinics. Students enrolling in the Health Law Partnership (HeLP) Legal Services Clinic, Investor Advocacy Clinic and the Philip C. Cook Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic will receive four credits per semester for those courses instead of three credits.
Brittne Ballenger’s (J.D. ’14) has always sought to help others in her community. She’d try her best to answer questions about how to start businesses, publish books, produce music or resolve certain legal situations or family issues. Through these conversations, she realized that a legal degree would better prepare her to be a resource within… more »
Born and raised in China, Shuang “Carrie” Chang (J.D. ’14) came to the United States with plans to become a scientist. A chance encounter changed Chang’s career path from biosciences to the law while she was completing her Ph.D., in molecular biology.
Chang describes the encounter with a desperate father of two boys with Fragile… more »