“Law schools are changing rapidly,” said Blake D. Morant, dean of George Washington University Law School and outgoing president of the American Association of Law Schools. “There now is a synergy in what we do in the classroom and how it relates to the real world.”
Morant spoke to the Georgia State University College of… more »
Juergensmeyer Presents at Conference on Legal Education in Poland
Professor Julian Juergensmeyer, Ben F. Johnson Chair in Law, was a moderator and panelist on “Foreign Law and Legal Systems: To Teach or Not To Teach,” at the Conference on Legal Education and the Legal Profession in the Global World — Polish… more »
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 »
Thirty years is a short history for a law school, but long enough for impassioned professors to make a lasting impact – even in careers cut short by illness.
At Georgia State University’s College of Law, which was founded in 1982, two early faculty members continue to inspire and influence their peers through annual awards… more »
Atlanta—Dean Steven Kaminshine presented two faculty members with awards in recognition of impressive accomplishment in writing and teaching during a gathering on Thursday afternoon. Associate Professor of Law Russell D. Covey will receive the Patricia T. Morgan Award for Outstanding Faculty Scholarship, and Professor of Law Paul S. Milich has been chosen for… more »
ATLANTA – In May 2010, the World Health Organization’s Office of the Ombudsman and Human Resources Management organized a workshop for key staff across WHO (headquarters and regions) in mediation and facilitation skills. Teaching these skills was seen as a necessary first step in addressing some of the conflict occurring at WHO.
Aba Ankrah-Ntambwe, HQ’s Coordinator… more »