Bulletin and Policies

Each fall, Georgia State Law releases a bulletin that details the courses and policies of the college. Statements set forth in the Georgia State University College of Law 2018-19 Bulletin are for informational purposes only. Students shouldn’t construe them as the basis of a contract between themselves and this institution.

While the provisions of this bulletin ordinarily apply as stated, Georgia State University reserves the right to change any provision listed in this bulletin, including but not limited to academic requirements for graduation, without actual notice to individual students. The university and college will make every effort to advise students of any such changes. Information will be available in the Office of the Registrar regarding changes made by the university and in the Office of the Dean when changes are made by a college. It is important that each student understand it is his or her individual responsibility to stay apprised of graduation requirements for his or her particular degree program.

Honor Code

The Honor Code of the Georgia State University College of Law applies to all students who enroll for any academic credit at Georgia State Law, and applies to any aspect of their association with the college. Each student has a duty to read the code; ignorance of any provisions in this code shall not be a defense to any violation of it.