Ten Faculty Fellowships Awarded to Promote Public Health Law Education


ATLANTA – Georgia State University College of Law and its Center for Law Health & Society have selected 10 faculty fellows to participate in the Future of Public Health Law Education: Faculty Fellowship Program. The program is funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to foster innovations and build a learning community among… more »

2L Appointed Curtin Fellow

Urban Fellow Emily McClendon (J.D. ’15) has been selected as the 2013-2014 Daniel J. Curtin Jr. Fellowship for the Planning and Law Division of the American Planning Association after a competitive application process. Only one, $3,000 fellowship is awarded each academic year to a student interested in the intersection of law and planning.

“When I… more »

Shutdown Shapes Congressional Fellowship

When alumna Lindsey Herbel left for Washington, D.C., in August to prepare for her Congressional Fellowship program, a partial federal government shutdown was not on her agenda.

Herbel (B.S. ’06, M.S. ’08, J.D. ’13, Ph.D. ’14) was more concerned with settling in her D.C. apartment, learning the city and getting acclimated to the Hill as… more »

Erin Ann O’Mara (J.D. ’05) Chosen for Fellowship

Forsyth County assistant solicitor-general Erin Ann O’Mara (J.D. ’05) was selected to participate in the National Association of Prosecutor Coordinators/National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Prosecutor Fellow Program, which is awarded to only one prosecutor nationwide for up to two years.

“I am deeply honored to have been chosen as a NHTSA fellow,” O’Mara says. “This… more »

Offering Relief to Victims

More than one million people are victims of intimate-partner violence or domestic abuse each year, and national surveys suggest that more than 50 percent of the resulting incidents may go unreported. When the victim is an undocumented immigrant, the likelihood of reporting any type of crime will drop further. College of Law alumna Nicole Sykes… more »