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Student Co-Writes Land Use Book

Georgia State University College of Law’s Urban Fellow Jill Skinner (J.D./M.C.R.P. ’14) can now count a published book among her accomplishments. Through her research assistant position at Weissman, Nowack, Curry & Wilco she co-wrote Zoning and Land Use Law in Georgia along with Seth G. Weissman and G. Douglas Dillard.

The book was published by… more »

Hogue Co-Writes Military Text

Georgia State University College of Law professor Lynn Hogue and Emory University School of Law professor Charles Shanor have published the fourth edition of Military Law in a Nutshell (West Publishing, 2013).

The book, published in September, is a reference targeted to law students, judges, lawyers practicing military law, service members, civilians and anyone else who needs… more »

Juergensmeyer Updates Land Use Treatise

Law professor Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer has released a third edition of Land Use Planning and Development Regulation Law as part of West Publishing Co.’s  Practitioner Treatise Series. Co-writer Thomas E. Roberts is a professor of law at the Wake Forest University School of Law.

The updated book provides an overview of urban and… more »

Landau Co-Writes Entertainment Law Guide

Michael B. Landau, an internationally recognized authority on intellectual property and entertainment law issues, recently released the latest update to his nine-volume treatise, Lindey on Entertainment, Publishing and the Arts: Agreements and the Law, one of the leading reference sets in its field.

Landau is a professor of law at Georgia State University College of… more »

Alumnus Co-Writes Book on Rainmaking

Georgia State graduate Lance LoRusso (J.D. ’99) helped write the book on one of the great skills of lawyering—rainmaking. His new book, co-written with business development coach Robin Hensley, is “The World Class Rainmaker: Raising the Bar in Your Law Practice.”

The book offers strategies for a firm’s rainmakers to network, build relationships… more »

Juergensmeyer Co-Writes TDR Handbook

ATLANTA – Georgia State University College of Law Professor Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer has co-written the first handbook on the Transfer of Development Rights programs.

TDR programs are an innovative planning tool, enabling the preservation of open spaces, historical sites or buildings, and farmland by shifting the development rights on those parcels to other parcels… more »

Segall Publishes Supreme Myths

ATLANTA – The Supreme Court of the United States makes important judgments about fundamental questions based on the Justices’ ideological preferences, not the law, says Georgia State University College of Law Professor Eric Segall.

Segall will be signing copies of and discussing his new book, Supreme Myths: Why the Supreme Court is… more »

The Atlantic Lauds Emanuel’s Tuttle Biography

ATLANTA – Georgia State University College of Law Professor Anne Emanuel’s book, Elbert Parr Tuttle: Chief Jurist of the Civil Rights Revolution (The University of Georgia Press), was one of a dozen books named in CBS News legal analyst and editor Andrew Cohen’s article “A Year In Books: Tell Me Something… more »

 
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