Last spring, the City of Atlanta, like cities across the United States, experienced the sudden arrival of hundreds of electric scooters. They could be spotted all over downtown and Georgia State’s campus, providing fun, fast short distance trips while simultaneously creating havoc as they whipped across roads, buzzed by pedestrians on sidewalks, and blocked sidewalks.
Next week, Hannah Clapp (J.D. ‘20), Kishan Patel (J.D. ‘19), and Samuel Richards (J.D. ‘20) will be in White Plains, New York, to represent GSU Law at the Jeffrey G. Miller National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition. Sponsored by the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University, the competition, which began in 1989, is the largest interschool… more »
Walking around GSU campus any day of the week, you are bound to see countless parked electric scooters and numerous people riding scooters. In fact, according to Bird, the largest scooter company, Atlanta ranks number two for scooter users, behind San… more »
Market Demand-Based Planning and Permitting, co-authored by Georgia State Law Professors Julian Juergensmeyer and John Marshall and Professors James C. Nichols, University of Florida Levin College of Law and Arthur C. Nelson, University of Arizona has become one of the American Bar Association’s Section of State and Local Government best-selling works in 2018. The book… more »
Profs. Julian Juergensmeyer and Karen Johnston will be leading a spring break study abroad trip to Rio de Janeiro and Curitiba, Brazil March 16-23, 2019. This program will focus on land use planning, sustainable and equitable development, growth management and environmental law and policy. Students will begin the week in Rio de Janeiro, the second… more »
Part of the International Perspectives on Urban Law & Policy course, this program allows graduate students to experience first-hand how metropolitan areas tackle urban growth issues. This spring break study-abroad program in Rio de Janerio and Curitiba will focus on land use planning,… more »