Spring Break Study Abroad Programs!

The College of Law is offering 2 spring break study abroad options – Brazil and Costa Rica.  The deadline to apply for study abroad is Oct. 31, and automatically enters eligible students to be considered for scholarships through the study abroad office.  Brazil Study abroad in Rio de Janeiro and Curitiba, Brazil over spring break… Read more »

Reminder This Thursday 10/25 – 100th Anniversary of the 1918 Influenza Pandemic: Prevention and Control of Communicable Disease Then & Now

Thursday, October 25 11:45 a.m. – 1 p.m. Room 341 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of one of the deadliest disease outbreaks in recorded history.  Influenza infected an estimated one-third of the world’s population and claimed over 500,000 lives in the United States and at least 50 million worldwide.  Our panelists will examine the factors… Read more »

Fall Exam Schedule: Conflict Changes Deadline is Monday, Nov. 5

The Fall Exam schedule is now posted:insidelaw.gsu.edu/registrars-office/exams-information. Requests for Fall conflict changes must be sent to the registrar (lawregistrar@gsu.edu) no later than Monday, November 5, 2018. Do not contact your professor regarding an exam conflict. Remember that a conflict only occurs if you have two exams that start within the same 24-hour period. If you have an exam that starts at… Read more »

Mandatory Bar Events for 3L and LLM Students

Please read the entirety of this message as there is important information related to the bar exam. As a reminder, there are two mandatory events that you need to be aware of. Tuesday, October 9, 5-5:45 p.m. Applying for the Georgia Bar. The Director of the Office of Bar Admissions for the Supreme Court of Georgia, Heidi Faenza, will… Read more »

Reflections on the Career of Justice Anthony Kennedy

Register by 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 28 for The Swing Justice: Reflections on the Career of Justice Anthony Kennedy at the College of Law 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Panelists Adam Liptak, Supreme Court correspondent for The New York Times; Nina Totenberg, Legal Affairs Correspondent, at NPR; Eugene Volokh of… Read more »

Ant Problem in Student Lockers

Please be mindful of food items in your lockers, making sure items are sealed and not kept for an extended period. There is an ongoing ant problem that has migrated to the lockers and we are trying to get it under control.

Spring Semester Academic Calendar Update

The University has restructured the academic calendar so that the University does not open for business after the winter break until January 7. All classes are set to start on January 14. Typically, the College of Law would start on January 7, but with all units closed (including financial aid) until January 7, it would… Read more »

1L Election Speeches Are Sept. 12

1L Election Speeches are Wednesday, Sept. 12 at noon and 5 p.m. in Room 342. Candidates in contested positions MUST give speeches at both time slots or have someone give their speech in their absence. Speeches will also be recorded and posted online for students unable to join in person.

Vote on Amendments to SBA Constitution By Sept. 28

The student body is voting on proposed amendments to the SBA Constitution through 5 p.m. Sept. 28. All students have been added to a TWEN voting page where the current constitution and proposed amendment information is posted. Please make sure you see a voting page on your TWEN page and review the proposed amendments. Questions? Email… Read more »