The Death Penalty in Uganda: the case of Susan Kigula with Jan Banning When: Noon, Wednesday, Mar. 13 Where: Room 341 Lunch provided
Dutch photographer Jan Banning will present his work on the Ugandan women’s prison where Susan Kigula was held after receiving the death penalty for allegedly killing her husband. At the time, a murder… more »
The Center for Access to Justice and Georgia State Law are pleased to serve as partners in the Arc of Justice Project Hidden Legal Figures series. The series is intended to generate interest in a traveling exhibit recognizing the heroic and vital contribution lawyers and judges made to the American Civil Rights Movement. The exhibit… more »
On Friday, Feb. 8 from 8:30am to 4:00pm, the Center for Access to Justice will host its second annual State of the South conference, which brings together scholars and practitioners from across the Southeast to discuss a timely topic in access to justice. This year’s focus is on the relevance of technology for… more »
The Center for Access to Justice facilitates Alternative Spring Break trips to provide Georgia State Law students the opportunity to spend a week immersed in a substantive area of law, while also engaging in pro bono legal service. Students work with licensed attorneys to receive training and guidance, gaining insight into some of the… more »
The Federal Defender Program Inc. and the Center for Access to Justice are partnering to offer a paid internship in memory of Jake Waldrop (J.D. ’85) to one rising Georgia State Law second-year or third-year student. The selected student will receive $4,000 (before taxes) for a 10-week summer internship with the Federal Defender Program in… more »
Register today for this comprehensive five and a half-hour CLE will feature nationally recognized access to justice stakeholders, including judges, attorneys, and interpreters, addressing evolving access to justice challenges for limited English proficient (LEP) persons and persons with disabilities in Georgia courts.
This year’s keynote speaker will be Chief Justice Harold Melton of the… more »
As part of Social Justice Week, and in the days leading up to the midterm elections, join the Black Law Students Association (BLSA) and the Center for Access to Justice for a panel discussion about voting rights in Georgia with:
Co-sponsored by the Atlanta Bar Association’s Public Interest Law Section, the Public Interest Organizations Fair brings representatives from several community organizations to campus to talk about their work and how students can get involved. Lunch will be served.