“When you’re passionate about what you do, burning the midnight oil and putting in long hours that often stretch into evenings and over weekends doesn’t feel like ‘work,’— it’s just an investment you hope you’ll get a return on,” said Meghan R. Gordon (J.D./M.Tx ’17).
Gordon’s passion for real estate and the breadth of… more »
As a high school government and economics teacher, Amy BeMent (J.D. ’17) exposed her students to several aspects of the law – mock trials, mock legislatures and judicial competitions. After 11 years, she decided that she didn’t want to just teach the law, she wanted to participate in it. Upon the urging of her husband,… more »
Three of Georgia State Law’s moot court teams recently participated in international, national and regional competitions—earning honors at each.
Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition
Katherine Krouse (J.D. ’18), Thomas Johnson (J.D. ’18), William Enfinger (J.D. ’18) and Meghan Gordon (J.D. ’17) competed in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition in New… more »
Three Georgia State Law students, Yasmin Assar (J.D. ’18), Nathan Chong (J.D. ’18) and Matt Sessions (J.D. ’17) advanced to the octofinal round in the National Health Law Moot Court Competition Nov. 4-5 in Carbondale, Illinois. Assar beat out members of 29 other teams to win awards for Best Preliminary Oralist and Best… more »
Georgia State University College of Law’s moot court team advanced to the eight-team “elimination” round at the inaugural Consensual Dispute Resolution Competition in Vienna on July 4. There, the Georgia State Law team of Omenka Uchendu (J.D./M.P.H. ’16), David Pierce (J.D.’17, MBA ’13), Sasan Nemat (J.D./MBA ’16) and Kori Eskridge (J.D. ’15) was… more »
My time at Georgia State University College of Law is coming to an end, but the journey has been amazing. Three years ago I entered law school with two goals; have fun and be successful. I wanted to feel like I could enjoy life, despite the rigors of law school. Because of Georgia… more »