Georgia State Law is known for its innovative experiential curriculum, and continues to rank in the top third of clinical programs in the U.S. Students may tailor their practical learning by choosing from among 25 experiential courses that prepare them for a career in law. Through our award-winning in-house clinics, students represent clients and deepen their knowledge and skills while providing needed legal services to those who cannot afford to pay. Students in our off-site clinics, externships and practice-based courses explore different practice environments and areas of law, expand their knowledge, and illuminate their professional interests while increasing their understanding of the law and the profession. Students may also enroll in sophisticated and realistic simulation courses where they not only practice and perform essential lawyering skills, but leave the courses with legal documents and other tools they will use in practice.
Leslie Wolf Named Interim Dean of Georgia State University College of Law
Published May 12, 2019 in News Hub
Leslie Wolf, Distinguished University Professor and director of the Center of Law, Health & Society, has been appointed the interim dean of the College of Law at Georgia State University, effective July 1.
College Of Law Dean Named Interim Provost At Georgia State
Published May 10, 2019 in News Hub
Wendy Hensel, dean of Georgia State University’s College of Law since 2017, has been appointed interim provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at the university, effective July 1.
Georgia State University Law Center for Arbitration and Mediation
Published April 5, 2019 in News Hub
Georgia State University College of Law announces exciting changes to the name and scope of its affiliated Atlanta Center for International Arbitration and Mediation (ACIAM). The center expands its mission on July 1, 2019, to include domestic arbitration and mediation services.