Next Parlay LLC will be filming scenes for season four of the BET series “Being Mary Jane” from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Wednesday, April 12, at The Southern Exchange, 200 Peachtree St. NE.
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Students can reserve study/work space on the first floor ahead of time by taking advantage of our online event management system. Newly installed digital signage outside of these rooms will show up-to-the-minute reservations made online. Go to emsweb.gsu.edu/VirtualEMS/Default.aspx, request access and start reserving. More information, including video tutorials, can be found here or contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions… Read more »
This Fall, the College of Law is launching a certificate in Public Interest Law & Policy, housed within the Center for Access to Justice. If you would like to participate in the program, take a minute to review the certificate requirements in advance of course registration. If you have any questions about the Public Interest Law & Policy certificate,… Read more »
The Legal Food Frenzy ends Friday, April 7. All proceeds from this friendly competition among Georgia law schools goes to the Atlanta Community Center Foodbank to help out struggling families around the Atlanta area. To show some Panther pride while helping our community, go to engage.acfb.org/gsulaw!
Are you interested in transactional, business law practice? What about working with clients on transactional and corporate legal problems? The Transactional Assistance + Practice Program uses both simulations and actual client engagements that are designed to give students experience representing nonprofits and small businesses across a broad range of transactional and corporate legal problems.
Your blind grading number is your “Exam Code.” Directions for obtaining your code (that is used throughout the semester) can be found at insidelaw.gsu.edu/technology/finding-your-anonymous-exam-code.
Updated course schedules are posted. Visit your PAWS portal to confirm your registration time. For fall registration, students who have completed 42 law credits begin registering at noon Tuesday, April 11. Everyone else begins at noon Wednesday, April 12. These also are posted on InsideLaw at insidelaw.gsu.edu/class-schedule. A few changes from the prior version:
Why does the law matter? We are seeking students this week to write 300-500 words or record a short video for the College of Law website as part of the 2017 Law Matters campaign. If you’re interested in participating, email email@example.com. The deadline is Monday, April 3. See examples from last year at law.gsu.edu/category/news/law-matters-16/.
The Spring exam schedule has been posted. Requests for conflict changes must be sent to the registrar, Marilyn Crouch, at firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than Monday, April 10. Remember that a conflict only occurs if you have two exams that start within the same 24-hour period.
Lions Den Productions LLC is planning to film scenes near 85 Park Place on Sunday, April 2. Road closures are expected: