In Georgia State Law’s in-house clinics, you will have the opportunity to represent real clients in real legal matters. You put into practice what you have learned in law school. You will make a difference and become a better lawyer.
But don’t just take it from us. Here’s what students and graduates of our in-house clinical programs think about why you should try a clinic at Georgia State Law.
Casey Holloway (J.D. ’18), Jason Drouyor (J.D. ’18), and Logan Stone (J.D. ’19) will represent Georgia State Law on February 22-24 at the Jeffrey G.… more »
This past year, Georgia State Law’s experiential and professional programming has continued to flourish through new courses, programs, innovative teaching and exemplary service. Half a… more »
Today, Georgia State Law students have more choices of courses than ever that help develop them as professionals. Georgia State Law has the largest number… more »
Effective this fall, the College of Law will increase the number of academic credit hours for in-house clinics. Students enrolling in the Health Law Partnership (HeLP)… more »
With just two weeks to prepare, Janelle Alleyne (J.D.’15), Peter Watson (J.D.’16) and Ryan Young (J.D.’16) represented a disabled child in an administrative hearing at… more »
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Ryan Young (J.D. ’16) Participated in the HeLP Legal Services Clinic, this experience gave him the opportunity to help the less fortunate.
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Janelle Alleyne (J.D. ’15) Participated in the HeLP Legal Services Clinic twice where she helped families with their legal issues.
“As law students,… more »
Peter Watson (J.D. ’16) Participated in the HeLP Legal Services Clinic to gain insight into written laws and regulations.
“I was motivated to participate… more »
Michael Coverstone (J.D. ’14) Participated in the Philip C. Cook Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic and recently became an attorney with Gomel, Davis & Watson LLP… more »