Last fall, I took my favorite class in law school: Legislation taught by Professor Neil Kinkopf. On the course’s final day, we analyzed the “Obamacare” case, King v. Burwell. The class attempted to predict how the Court would decide the case, which interpretive canons would be used, what judicial ideologies would… more »
Imagine a place where automated cars show up at your door to drive you to work, take you to the doctor or deliver your groceries and dry cleaning. That’s the metro Atlanta picture painted by Yaniv Heled, assistant professor with Georgia State University College of Law.
Heled was among the experts who testified before the… more »
A recent report on bullying by the Institute of Medicine and National Research Council of the National Academies highlights the work of Professor of Law Jonathan Todres.
In the Sept. 5 “Building Capacity to Reduce Bullying” report, Todres talks of early interventions to combat this long tolerated and common problem. He suggests that creating incentives… 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.
Professor Doug Yarn is the… more »
ATLANTA – To his great satisfaction, Georgia State University College of Law Professor Paul Milich will no longer need to stop in the middle of his evidence class to explain why the rules are different in the Peach State.
As a reporter for the State Bar of Georgia’s Evidence Study Committee, Milich has worked for… more »