The Falcons recently honored Randall L. Hughes with a 2011 Community Quarterback Award, one of four volunteers in Georgia who exemplify leadership and dedication to bettering their communities. More »
When Anne Emanuel won a prized judicial clerkship in 1974, she knew the judge she would work for as an icon of the civil rights movement. In 1993, he gave permission to begin work on his biography. More »
The adoption of new rules of evidence in Georgia is good news for everyone, Georgia State University College of Law Professor Paul S. Milich writes in an opinion piece recently published in the Atlanta Journal Constitution. More »
Professor Jessica Gabel played a large role in getting Cory Maye off of death row and out of Mississippi's prison system. More »
In its search for new faculty, Georgia State University College of Law has taken a broad and wide-ranging approach as the law school continues to add a new generation of professors to its ranks. More »
Lisa Bliss and Sylvia Caley presented at the Worldwide Conference of the Global Alliance for Justice Education and the International Journal of Clinical Legal Education Conference in Valencia, Spain.
Georgia State University College of Law Professor Paul A. Lombardo has been named as a consultant to the Living Archives on Eugenics in Western Canada, a project based at the University of Alberta (Edmonton).
Professor Leslie Wolf recently spoke at a conference at Harvard Law School on the legal and ethical challenges resulting from globalization of healthcare, including medical tourism.
Mary F. Radford became the first Academic Fellow to serve as president of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel in a gavel-passing ceremony held at the ACTEC 2011 Annual Meeting.
To his great satisfaction, Georgia State Law Professor Paul Milich will no longer need to stop in the middle of his evidence class to explain why the rules are different in the Peach State. More »
Ryan Rowberry comes to the College of Law following a yearlong appointment with the Supreme Court of the United States in Washington, D.C., as a supreme court fellow. More »
Three eminent speakers from Georgia State University’s College of Law will address health directives, wills and financial planning for women on March 19 at GSU.
As North Carolina considers becoming the first state to make financial amends to victims of state-sanctioned sterilization, Georgia State Law Professor Paul Lombardo has become a much sought-after expert on the legal history of eugenics. More »
Professor Eric Segall and Judge Richard Posner of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit recently had a conversation about the Supreme Court that was published by the New York Review of Books.
U.S. researchers who infected Guatemalans with STDs in the 1940s without informing them of the risks preyed upon the most vulnerable populations, said GSU Law Professor Paul A. Lombardo. More »
Georgia State Law Professor Jonathan Todres, whose research has focused on human trafficking for a number of years, recently led a team of law students on a United Nations project.
Cass Brewer comes to the Georgia State University College of Law faculty after more than 20 years as a practicing attorney in Atlanta. More »
The College of Law and the nonprofit organization, Women Alone Together, co-sponsored a Spring 2011 event featuring women lawyers speaking on life-planning issues. More »
Professors Leslie Wolf and Jonathan Todres were each named recipients of the annual Patricia T. Morgan Award for Outstanding Faculty Scholarship.