They say that a journey of a thousand miles begins with one single step. In my case, that single step was a 16-hour flight across the Atlantic Ocean. The journey from Johannesburg, South Africa, to Atlanta transcended beyond a mere physical shift in global… more »
Four Georgia State Law students, Sean Robinson (J.D. ’18), Cameron Mobley (J.D. ’18), Andrew Navratil (J.D. ’18), and Annie Yasin (J.D. ’18) advanced to the octofinal round in the Buffalo Niagara Mock Trial Competition on Nov. 12-13 in Buffalo, New York.
The 130-page competition problem focused on a criminal case dealing with a professional wrestling… more »
The eighth annual Georgia State Law December graduate luncheon was filled with laughter and many hugs on Dec. 15 at the Commerce Club. Paired with their favorite professors, graduates talked of the future and their law school careers.
“These faculty members have had a significant impact on your lives and law school career,” said Steven… more »
Three Georgia State Law students, Yasmin Assar (J.D. ’18), Nathan Chong (J.D. ’18) and Matt Sessions (J.D. ’17) advanced to the octofinal round in the National Health Law Moot Court Competition Nov. 4-5 in Carbondale, Illinois. Assar beat out members of 29 other teams to win awards for Best Preliminary Oralist and Best… more »
The Buttonwood Foundation Inc. awarded Robert Noens (J.D. ’18) with its annual J. Marshall & Jane H. Booker Graduate Scholarship Award. The $10,000 scholarship is available to graduate, medical or law students with a parent who has worked for the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) for more than 10 years. Noens’ father works for the… more »
More than 50 students, faculty, staff and alumni prepared and distributed meals and extremity packages to the homeless near the College of Law on Saturday, Oct. 29, as part of the Ronald J. Freeman Chapter of the Black Law Students Association’s annual Feed the Hungry Event.
“Many of the most vulnerable residents in the City… more »
As the humidity fades and the leaves turn, fall in the South is a beautiful, if not a short-lived, opportunity for all sorts of outdoor occasions. With cooler weather approaching, there’s no shortage of events, fairs and festivals to take advantage of in the Atlanta area this October.
The program lasts two semesters. Students receive mediation training in the beginning of the fall semester. Then they practice mediation for a couple of weeks with more experienced co-mediators before they mediate on their own… more »