The ongoing Corporate Intellectual Property Roundtable® – a partnership between Georgia State Law and the J. Mack Robinson College of Business – provides an exclusive forum for corporate counsel and IP personnel to exchange information, ideas and best practices in the area of intellectual property. The forum meets twice a year, with the first meeting… more »
Georgia State Law and the J. Mack Robinson College of Business collaborate for the educational benefit of corporations interested in maximizing the value of their intellectual property assets. One of the primary initiatives of this collaboration is the Corporate IP Institute®(CIPI), a two-day annual event held at the Georgia State University Student Center.
The… more »
2015 Intellectual Property Student Writing Competition
Georgia State Law is accepting submissions for its third annual Intellectual Property Student Writing Competition. Papers should address legal issues and challenges in the intellectual property field.
First Place: $3,000 Second Place: $2,000 Third Place: $1,000
The winner will have the option to publish her… more »
International Perspectives on Urban Law & Policy March 16-22, 2015
Istanbul is a strategically important and historically rich megacity with a strong, stable economy. However, disasters – natural and man-made – threaten Turkey’s financial and economic security. Turkey faces significant risk from landslides, earthquakes, tsunamis, floods, environmental disasters, rising sea levels and tensions along the… more »
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When you choose Georgia State Law, you’re choosing one of the nation’s leading and growing urban research universities. Through Georgia State and through a partnership with Georgia Institute of Technology, we are… more »
The Consortium on Negotiation and Conflict Resolution holds bimonthly meetings of the University System Ombuds. This network provides ombuds with the opportunity to share information and insight about their work.
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Campus Liaisons are appointed by each institution’s president to be the campus conflict resolution specialist and primary intermediary with the Consortium on Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, the Chancellor’s Office and the Advisory Committee on the implementation of the Regents’ Initiative. Liaisons form and facilitate their respective Campus Conflict Resolution Committees.
Implementation of the University System of Georgia Board of Regents’ Initiative and Policy Direction on Conflict Resolution required a conflict management system design structure that clarifies the roles and responsibilities of all the stakeholders involved.
The Stakeholders: The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia
The board oversees the 31 colleges… more »
There are several scholarships and fellowships available through Georgia State Law, many of which apply to students pursuing specific areas of legal education. These awards are open to a broad range of students and provide financial support or stability while students focus on their studies or practical experiences.