“Before Google, there was Jim, and I’d venture to say his signal to noise ratio is better,” said Patrick Wiseman, professor of law, in tribute to James L. Bross, retiring professor of law and founding faculty member of the college.
“He’s a font of information, much of it useful,” Wiseman said during Bross’s retirement luncheon… more »
“Haiti is a place of amazing contrasts. It is extremely poor. Most houses are small and many primitive, but the people have a certain dignity, which never fails to impress me,” says L.Lynn Hogue, who spent Spring Break teaching business ethics through his church.
Hogue, professor emeritus, traveled to Les Cayes, Haiti, with the Bishop… more »
Georgia State University College of Law offers a location where classrooms, courtrooms, businesses and government are concentrated and convenient. Our curriculum embraces the global economy and emerging technologies, and that means our graduates are practice ready.
“From as far back as I can recall, I have believed that all people are part of the human family, and we should look out for each other,” said Judith O’Brien when she received the 2013 Ben F. Johnson Jr. Public Service Award on April 11.
O’Brien, retired partner with Sutherland Asbill & Brennan and… more »