I am pleased to share the latest news about Georgia State Law’s exciting experiential curriculum, which continues to expand to meet the needs and interests of our students and the community.
We are thrilled to announce the opening of a new Immigration Clinic, directed by our newest clinical professor, Emily Torstveit Ngara, and funded by a generous grant from the Kresge Foundation.
Our award-winning tax clinic continues to excel, and this newsletter features stories about it and the good work of its students and faculty.
Georgia State Law is known for innovation and our emphasis on experiential education. We are proud of our clinics, externships, hybrids, and the wide range of experiential courses our students have to choose from, which cover areas including mediation, military law practice, domestic relations, legal analytics, and more.
Because of our strong faculty interest, we now offer more than 26 experiential courses. A large percentage of faculty incorporate practice-based exercises and projects into doctrinal courses as well.
Enjoy reading about some of recent exciting achievements.
Associate Dean of Experiential Education and Clinical Programs
Co-Director, Health Law Partnership (HeLP) Legal Services Clinic