The Georgia State University Law Review is a legal journal published four times a year by second- and third-year Georgia State University law students who have demonstrated outstanding writing and academic skills. The staff of the Law Review edits and publishes articles written by scholars, practitioners, and students.
Mission: To publish a legal journal four times a year by 2nd and 3rd year GSU law students who have demonstrated outstanding writing and academic skills. Learn more »
The Moot Court is an organization committed to furthering its members' written and oral advocacy skills through intercollegiate contest. Each year, GSU sends several teams to various competitions, each focusing on a different area of law. Each team prepares a persuasive brief, arguing either for the Petitioner or Respondent in a hypothetical case on appeal, and then travels to the host city to argue orally its case before a panel of judges. Moot Court grants an unparalleled opportunity to engage facts, law, and policy in an exciting and challenging forum.
Mission: To develop each member's potential in written and oral advocacy and to represent the College of Law successfully in various Moot Court competitions, and to enhance each individual member's educational experience in law school. Learn more »
STLA gives GSU Law students an opportunity to gain practical experience in a courtroom setting by participating in national competitions. The program focuses on both criminal and civil trial practice skills and provides members with a chance to apply knowledge gained in their evidence and litigation courses.
Mission: To educate and train the future litigators in Georgia. To allow each student participant to learn and grow far beyond any level they could through only the curriculum of law school. Learn more »