In Georgia State Law’s in-house clinics, you will have the opportunity to represent real clients in real legal matters. You put into practice what you have learned in law school. You will make a difference and become a better lawyer.
But don’t just take it from us. Here’s what students and graduates of our in-house clinical programs think about why you should try a clinic at Georgia State Law.
Today, Georgia State Law students have more choices of courses than ever that help develop them as professionals. Georgia State Law has the largest number… 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)… more »
With just two weeks to prepare, Janelle Alleyne (J.D.’15), Peter Watson (J.D.’16) and Ryan Young (J.D.’16) represented a disabled child in an administrative hearing at… more »
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Ryan Young (J.D. ’16) Participated in the HeLP Legal Services Clinic, this experience gave him the opportunity to help the less fortunate.
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Janelle Alleyne (J.D. ’15) Participated in the HeLP Legal Services Clinic twice where she helped families with their legal issues.
“As law students,… more »
Peter Watson (J.D. ’16) Participated in the HeLP Legal Services Clinic to gain insight into written laws and regulations.
“I was motivated to participate… more »
Michael Coverstone (J.D. ’14) Participated in the Philip C. Cook Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic and recently became an attorney with Gomel, Davis & Watson LLP… more »
Mark Mesler (J.D. ’87) Tax Principal, Ernst & Young in Atlanta
“Hi I’m Mark Messler, and I’m a 1987 graduate of Georgia State University… more »
Roy M. Sobelson Associate dean for academic affairs
“An important aspect of clinic work is that it introduces students to the culture of public service… more »