Professor Charles Marvin is continuing his longstanding connection with Latvia’s Riga Graduate School of Law as a visiting professor.
Marvin returned to the Baltic Country as a visiting professor of law after retiring from Georgia State Law in 2012. Marvin first traveled to Latvia as a Fulbright Teaching Professor in 2000 and later continued as… more »
The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, a branch of Taiwan’s Ministry of Culture, selected Georgia State University College of Law assistant professor Ryan Rowberry to participate in a Young Scholars Delegation to Taiwan in May.
The explosion at the West Fertilizer Company facility in West, Texas, on April 17 provided Professor Ellen Margrethe Basse of Denmark with a comparative law lesson for the students enrolled in the College of Law’s foreign enrichment course, International Perspectives on Urban Law and Policy. The explosion that killed 14 people, injured 160 and destroyed… more »
“Haiti is a place of amazing contrasts. It is extremely poor. Most houses are small and many primitive, but the people have a certain dignity, which never fails to impress me,” says L.Lynn Hogue, who spent Spring Break teaching business ethics through his church.
Hogue, professor emeritus, traveled to Les Cayes, Haiti, with the Bishop… more »
Romulo Sampaio, professor of environmental law at the Getulio Vargas Foundation in Rio de Janeiro, is visiting Georgia State University College of Law this month to lecture on land use law and urban planning in South America.
It is Sampaio’s third year lecturing at Georgia State Law as part of the International Perspectives on Urban… more »
“We’re all familiar with the phrase ‘no two fingerprints are alike.’ But there’s actually no science to back up this assumption,” says Jessica Gabel, Assistant Professor of Law, who has taken her research interests in forensic evidence abroad.
From Poland to Taiwan to Australia, she has been giving lectures, meeting with government officials and collecting… more »
Having a campus near the state capitol in downtown Atlanta provides ample opportunity for Georgia State University students to learn through firsthand observation and experience. In the GSU College of Law, students and faculty not only can become involved in the legislative process, but are able to influence policy directly.
Georgia State University’s College of Law is home to many nontraditional law students – those who have pursued other careers prior to law school; those holding down full-time jobs and studying part time; those who have started families of their own; and those who never thought they would go to law school.