Did you know that if you entered Georgia State Law in August 2016 or after that you are required to take six credit hours of designated experiential (“E”) courses to graduate? If you have questions about this requirement, or would like to discuss your options, contact Lisa Bliss, associate dean for experiential education, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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New first-year students should plan to attend Georgia State Law’s annual Faculty Mixer, an opportunity for each student to meet his or her assigned faculty adviser in a casual social setting. This year’s mixer is at 3 p.m. for day students and 5 p.m. for evening students Tuesday, Aug. 22, in the Catherine Henson Atrium…. Read more »
It is important to have your PantherCard with you to access the building. Your PantherCard ID is an important part of the security protocol implemented in the design of 85 Park Place and facilitates ease of access to the building, as well as certain areas within the building. If you have lost or misplaced your PantherCard, visit Auxiliary Services to… Read more »
The Student Health Law Association invites all students interested in learning more about the health law program, SHLA, and CLHS to attend one of the following health law information sessions this year (food will be provided!): Tuesday, August 15th, 12-1pm, rm. 242 Wednesday, August 16th, 5-6pm, rm. 242 SHLA will share upcoming activities and events,… Read more »
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Each year the Student Bar Association organizes a mentor program that pairs an upperclass student mentor with an entering first-year student to help he or she navigate his or her first year of law school. If you would like to serve as a mentor, add your name and information to the list. Questions? Contact SBA Secretary Taylor Armstrong at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The building will be closed to the general public and students not enrolled in College of Law classes Wednesday, July 12, through Monday, July 24. Members of the bar, including alumni, may access the Law Library with their bar cards. Those needing government documents may do so by appointment only. The Law Library will remain open until midnight Wednesday, July 12, to… Read more »
The Georgia Bookstore will close in December. To purchase or rent law textbooks for the fall, you will need to go to the main bookstore.
Class rankings will be sent at 5 p.m. Thursday, June 22. A few notes to remember about rankings (full details are in our 2017-18 Bulletin): Part-time students who entered in Fall 2017 will not be ranked until all first-year courses have been completed. (Spring 2019) Part-time students who entered in Fall 2016 will be ranked… Read more »
Summer exams are from Friday, July 14, to Monday, July 24. See the schedule here.