At Georgia State Law, you'll learn in a supportive community where classmates aren't the competition—they're each other's cheerleaders. Law school is what you make it, but you should know that we support you and will do what we can to ensure your academic success.
Resources organized based on National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being recommendations.
Value emotions. Develop ability to identify and manage our emotions to support mental health, achieve goals, & inform decisions. Seek help for mental health when needed.
Engage in continuous learning. Pursue creative or intellectually challenging activities that foster ongoing development. Monitor cognitive wellness.
The Inner Critic
- Why Do Women Have So Much Trouble Being Nice To Themselves?
- Working with Your Inner Critic
- The Inner Critic or Voice inside Your Head
- 5 Immediate and Easy Ways to Silence Your Inner Critic
- Here's the Profound Psychological Shift That Frees People from Perfectionism
- Alcohol as Escape from Perfectionism
- The Curse of Perfectionism
Cultivate personal satisfaction, growth, and enrichment in work.
Strive for regular activity, good diet & nutrition, enough sleep, & recovery. Limit addictive substances. Seek help for physical health when needed.
- The Gut-Brain Connection, Mental Illness, and Disease
- Experts Say the Keto Diet May Have an Unexpected Emotional Benefit
- I Tried the Ketogenic Diet to Help with My Anxiety - Here's What Happened
- 23 and ½ Hours: What Is the Single Best Thing We Can Do for Our Health
- How Exercise Rewires Your Brain
Values and the Meaning of Life
- What Are Your Values?
- Discovering My Own Values
- Turning Values into Action
- How to Let Your Life Speak, Discern Your Purpose, and Define Your Own Success
- Drive: The Surprising Truth about What Motivates Us
- A Kinder, Gentler Philosophy of Success
- How to Find Your Purpose and Do What You Love
- My Life Outside Work - How Even the Busiest Leaders Find Time to Recharge
- Solving Gen Y's Passion Problem
- How to Find Your Life Purpose: An Unconventional Approach
Develop connections, a sense of belonging, and a reliable support network. Contribute to our groups and communities.
Social & Emotional Health
- What Makes a Good Life? Lessons from the Longest Study on Happiness
- 5 Ways Social Wellness Influences Health
- How To Work With Someone You Don't Like
- The Beauty of Questions
- Questioning Our Questions
- What is Social Intelligence?
Occupying pleasant, stimulating environments that support well-being.
Law Student Locker Rentals
College of Law students can rent lockers on the second and third floors of the Law Building for $35 per year. Lockers are provided for the storage of books, school supplies and personal items. Food and beverages may be stored but should not be left overnight.
- Lockers are available only for students currently registered in the College of Law.
- Lockers are rented for one academic year (August – July). Students that are renewing will keep their current locker, there is no need to remove the lock. If a locker is vacated it is subject to reassignment.
- The non-refundable fee is $35.00 and may be paid by credit card only through the student locker payment portal (online payment only). Please note that lockers on the top have limited availability.
- You will receive two e-mail confirmations, the first confirming your payment and second with your locker assignment. You must provide your own combination lock. NO KEY LOCKS ARE ALLOWED.
- Lockers are provided for the storage of books, school supplies, and personal items. Nonperishable food and beverages may be stored but should not be left overnight.
- No entry will be made by officials of the University into any locker for any purpose except in the following instances:
- After reasonable notice to the student to whom the locker has been assigned.
- In response to a valid search warrant covering the locker in question.
- To empty the locker during annual reassignment of lockers.
- In what may appear to be a health-related or life-threatening situation.
In any of the above situations, if the renter cannot be located, or refuses to cooperate, the University may cut the padlock, as circumstances appear to warrant. The College of Law is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Please use lockers for overnight storage at your own risk.
Questions? Yves T. McKenzie at [email protected] or (404) 413-9080.
-Roland Turner(J.D. ’19), past president, GSU Black Law Student Association