A proven leader was needed to establish the new law school at Georgia State University. Ben F. Johnson Jr. was just the person. Though he had just retired from 35 years as professor and dean at Emory University School of Law, Johnson, who was in his late 60s, accepted the charge to be Georgia State… more »
Georgia State University College of Law is accepting nominations for the 2015 Ben F. Johnson Jr. Public Service Award to honor a Georgia attorney who has selflessly committed to public service in the tradition of the college’s founding dean.
“Each year we select a Georgia attorney who exemplifies the commitment to public service… more »
Throughout his prestigious career of more than 55 years, attorney Miles J. Alexander has earned an international reputation as one of the world’s leading trademark lawyers. On May 6, he will add to his accolades with Georgia State University College of Law’s 2014 Ben F. Johnson Jr. Public Service Award.
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Georgia State University College of Law is accepting nominations of Georgia lawyers whose overall accomplishments reflect the high tradition of selfless public service that its founding dean, Ben F. Johnson Jr., exemplified during his career and life.
ATLANTA — Georgia State University College of Law honored Atlanta lawyer Emmet J. Bondurant, of Bondurant Mixson & Elmore LLP, with the 2011 Ben F. Johnson Jr. Public Service Award in a ceremony on April 27.
This honor is presented annually to a Georgia attorney whose accomplishments reflect the tradition of public service that… more »
ATLANTA – Emmet J. Bondurant, a nationally recognized trial lawyer whose career has included a strong commitment to community service and pro bono litigation, will receive the 2011 Ben F. Johnson Jr. Public Service Award presented by Georgia State University College of Law.
Bondurant, who practices law with the firm he founded, more »
As members of the university community celebrated milestones of five, 10, 15 and 20 or more years of service to Georgia State University, a number of College of Law faculty marked a quarter-century with the school they had a hand in building from the ground up.