Kendall Kerew, assistant clinical professor and director of the Externship Program, helped launch LexternWeb, a website that is designed to assist law schools in creating and maintaining externship programs like the one at the College of Law.
“The website is a major development for the externship community at the regional,… more »
Bias is a hot-button word in today’s cultural climate. Few other words will grab as much attention or spark such a physical, emotional or legal reaction.
In a cultural awareness class, Kendall Kerew, assistant clinical professor, and Kinda Abdus-Saboor, lecturer, examine implicit biases by prompting students to evaluate the lens through which they see the world.… more »
Now in its second year, the Externship Program’s required seminar for first-time externs facilitates each student’s deliberate exploration of their professional identity as a future lawyer, said Kendall Kerew, Externship Program director and assistant clinical professor, who developed the seminar using the concept of lawyer as leader and the essential competencies… more »
Kendall L. Kerew, assistant clinical professor, has been named director of the Externship Program. The appointment took effect in January. Kerew started at Georgia State Law in 2005. Since 2010, she has served as co-director of the program with Professor Andrea A.… more »
Beginning this fall, the Lawyering Skills Externship Program is offering a new one-credit hour, graded seminar designed for first-time externship students.
This mandatory seminar will supplement the three-credit hour pass/fail externship course required of all externship students. In the seminar, first-time externship students will use their fieldwork experiences as a springboard to foster… more »
ATLANTA — In conjunction with the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s Patent Experience Externship Program (PEEP), Georgia State University College of Law is offering a pilot Summer Patent Law Program. This program will require students to work at the USPTO in Alexandria, Virginia 40 hours per week for nine weeks beginning June 6, 2011.
Students will be… more »