The section of Auburn Avenue between Peachtree Center Avenue and Park Place has been closed because of falling glass this afternoon. The Georgia State Police estimate that the section will be closed until about 3 p.m. Thursday, May 4.
If you park in T Deck or A Deck, tell the police officers on duty that… more »
Rob Frohwein, chief executive officer and co-founder of Kabbage, will deliver the keynote at the 13th IP Hot Topics Luncheon at Georgia State University College of Law at noon, Wednesday, May 10, at the Knowles Conference Center, 85 Park Place NE.
“Rob has leveraged his legal experience and empathy for businesses needing working capital into… more »
Charlotte S. Alexander, an assistant professor of legal studies in the department of Risk Management and Insurance at the J. Mack Robinson College of Business with a secondary appointment at the College of Law, has been awarded a grant by the U.S. Department of Labor to study federal district court misclassification decisions along with… more »
Visiting Professor Romulo Sampaio presented Relevant Regulatory Issues Regarding Public Parks Management, as part of the Urban Fellows Program on Jan. 31. He discussed an ongoing case study of Flamengo Park, Rio de Janeiro’s largest urban park, and the legal solutions being developed to create a financially sustainable park.
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Jan. 11 is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day as part of National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Human trafficking’s toll is immense, says Jonathan Todres, professor of law and a leading expert on human trafficking. Based on his extensive research, he offers several key insights:
Despite growing awareness of the problem, many… more »
Eric Segall, the Kathy and Lawrence Ashe Professor of Law, presented his “wild and crazy idea” for the U.S. Supreme Court during the Holiday Luncheon for the Georgia State Law Board of Visitors and Law Alumni Council on Dec. 6. Segall posits that the Court should only have eight justices, evenly divided between… more »