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Second-Year Students Represent Domestic Violence Victims in Court

During the fall semester, 16 Georgia State Law students represented domestic violence victims in Cobb Superior Court as part of an innovative experiential learning class, Transition to Practice, taught by Clark Cunningham, W. Lee Burge Chair… more »

‘Make Us Proud’ Justice Hines Tells Students

15 Second-Year Students, One Third-Year Student Sworn in to Practice Under the Revised Georgia Student Practice Rule

“What a wonderful opportunity this is for you all. As the first group of students to practice law your second year, you have a great responsibility,” Presiding Justice Harris P. Hines of the Supreme Court of… more »

15 Second-Year Students Set to Sworn In Under New Student Practice Rule

MARIETTA, Ga. — Justice P. Harris Hines of the Supreme Court of Georgia will swear in 15 Georgia State University College of Law second-year students and one third-year student under the newly revised Student Practice Rule at 9:30 a.m., Wednesday, Sept. 16, in Courtroom 7700 of the Cobb County Superior Courthouse, Seventh floor, 70 Haynes… more »

Teaching By Example

“A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.” —Henry Adams,: U.S. historian and journalist

Georgia State Law’s influence is not confined to Atlanta and the state of Georgia. Several faculty members are helping to impact future generations on a global scale.

Examining Domestic Violence through Different Lenses

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International Conference Explores New Vision of Legal Education

By the time a student exits law school, he or she has been taught to think like a lawyer, says John Berry. But has he or she been taught to act like a lawyer?

Berry, the legal division director for the Florida Bar Association, speaking at a conference of legal educators in Atlanta hosted by… more »