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.
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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.
Pursuant to Section 12(h)(2)(F) of the College of Law Honor Code, the following report for the 2016-17 academic year is published: Six students were found in violation of the Honor Code. Two students were found guilty of plagiarism. One was expelled and one was given a formal reprimand. Two students were found guilty of cheating… Read more »
Spring 2017 grades will be available on PAWS at 5 p.m. Friday, June 9. All grades will roll in the system at that time and will not appear on your record until then.
The Gate City Bar Association’s Justice Robert Benham Law Camp is a three-week summer program designed to expose minority high school students in the Atlanta area to the field of law. During the first two weeks of classroom sessions, students will be provided instruction on the basics of critical thinking and exposure to minority lawyers… Read more »
The section of Auburn Avenue between Peachtree Center Avenue and Park Place has been closed because of falling glass this afternoon. The Georgia State Police estimate that the section will be closed until about 3 p.m. Thursday, May 4. If you park in T Deck or A Deck, tell the police officers on duty you… Read more »
Students, This summer Georgia State University College of Law’s Center for Law, Health & Society has the honor of hosting the 40th Annual American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics Health Law Professors Conference, June 8-10. This is Georgia State’s first time hosting this esteemed conference. This conference brings law professors from across the country and around the world… Read more »