There’s no shortage of food, art, and musical offerings this spring and summer around Atlanta. With a diverse selection of upcoming events, there’s something for everyone around town as the weather gets warmer. Here’s a look at a few can’t-miss festivals coming up.
Atlanta Dogwood Festival, Friday-Sunday, April 10-12 For more than 75 years,… more »
If a major metropolitan area such as downtown Atlanta suddenly got hit with a natural disaster like the tornado that whipped through the city in 2008, would cities be able to recreate or remember cultural heritage, such as historical buildings, artifacts and other relics of the past?
“Cultural heritage around the world faces numerous disasters… more »
James “Jimmy” Hurt (J.D. ’03)
The Daily Report, May 2, 2014
Atlanta is Sued Over ‘Secret’ Water Fees
Lawyers filed a potential class action against the city of Atlanta, claiming the city illegally charges its own Department of Watershed Management to use the city’s… more »
Assistant Professor of Legal Studies, Department of Risk Management and Insurance and Assistant Professor of Law Charlotte Alexander
Atlanta Business Chronicle, Jan. 31, 2014
Atlanta Employers Watch NLRB Rulings
Fulton County Daily Report Monday, Nov. 12
Bevy of lawyers gears up to defend Occupy Atlanta protesters
Jennifer Ball, vice president of planning and economic development for Central Atlanta Progress, discussed the overall plan and vision for downtown Atlanta at the first Urban Fellows breakfast on Aug. 28.
Ball began by briefly describing Central Atlanta Progress’s overall plan for Atlanta. At the heart of this plan is the Imagine Downtown initiative, a… more »
ATLANTA – Dr. Chris Nelson, a nationally known expert in metropolitan growth and urban planning, will present “This is Not Your Parents’ Housing Market: How Demographic, Economic, Financial, and Preference Drivers Will Change Atlanta’s Housing Market Forever,” at noon Tuesday, March 13, at the Georgia State University College of Law.
Dr. Nelson will… more »