“One of the enduring pleasures of teaching, especially teaching law, is watching your former students go on to succeed and prosper. Some become highly successful in their areas of practice, others become elected officials, some become judges, and a few become friends,” says L. Lynn Hogue, professor of law emeritus about the announcement of the… more »
Georgia State University College of Law professor Lynn Hogue and Emory University School of Law professor Charles Shanor have published the fourth edition of Military Law in a Nutshell (West Publishing, 2013).
The book, published in September, is a reference targeted to law students, judges, lawyers practicing military law, service members, civilians and anyone else who needs… more »
Founding faculty member L. Lynn Hogue has been a favorite amongst law students for decades, for his challenging and rewarding Constitutional Law courses. He’s also a donor to the College, and has said “I don’t just work here, I believe in the place.”
Writer Michelle Hiskey has profiled Professor Hogue as part of an on-going series… more »
As the Georgia State Law sends off the class of 2012, the school is also bidding a fond farewell to several longtime faculty members.
Professors Mark Budnitz, Anne Emanuel, Bernadette Hartfield, Lynn Hogue, Nancy Johnson, E. R. Lanier and Charles Marvin are retiring at the end of this school year. Their careers, along with the… more »
ATLANTA—A bill filed last week in Georgia that would make it a felony to solicit or coerce a woman to have an abortion based on the race, color or sex of a fetus or parent violates the First Amendment rights of clinics as well as women’s rights to privacy, according to Georgia State University College of Law Professor more »
ATLANTA—Georgia State University College of Law Professor L. Lynn Hogue was one of four scholars asked recently by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution to share their views on what President Barack Obama must do to ensure his first term is a success.
Below is the text of the piece, which was published in the January 17 edition… more »