Centers, Certificates and Dual Degrees, Oh My! Info Sessions Sept. 25 and 28

Interested in IP, Public Interest Law, Land Use/Environmental Law or Health Law? Wondering about the Centers for Intellectual Property, Access to Justice, Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth or Law, Health & Society? Considering certificates or dual degrees in these areas? Come to the Certificates and Dual Degrees Information Sessions at 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, Sept. 25,… Read more »

Report of In-House Clinics

Each year, the Center for Clinical Programs issues a report on the work done for clients by students in the HeLP Legal Services Clinic, the Investor Advocacy Clinic and the Philip C. Cook Low Income Taxpayer Clinic. Read student reflections on their experiences representing clients and performing legal services for our community. The report may… Read more »

Wed, Sept. 20 at 11:45am – Health Reform Update: Taking Stock of Efforts to Repeal and Replace the Affordable Care Act

Description This panel discussion will provide an update on health care reform efforts led by Congressional Republicans and the Trump Administration to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Panelists will discuss the implications of these efforts on Georgia’s Medicaid program, health insurance markets, and health care providers as well as anticipate what issues come… Read more »

Atlanta Legal Aid Society Pro Bono Mandatory Trainings Sept. 6-7

Students who wish to volunteer in one of the four Atlanta Legal Aid Society Pro Bono projects this semester must attend a mandatory training at 3-4 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 6, or Thursday, Sept. 7. Volunteer opportunities are in the Domestic Violence unit, the Health Law Unit, the Domestic Relations/Kinship Unit and the Enhanced Services Unit. Read more about the… Read more »

Register to Serve on SBA Committee by Friday, Sept. 8

The SBA Board wants YOU to serve on a committee! The Academic Affairs Committee, Elections Committee, Constitution Committee, Barrister’s Ball Committee and Part-Time Enhancement Committee are seeking students with a little time, a few ideas and a desire to serve. Interested? Email gsulawsba@gmail.com by Friday, Sept. 8.

SHLA Mocktails and Private Tour of Health is a Human Right Exhibit

SHLA Mocktails and Mixer Come take a private tour of the Health is a Human Right:Race and Place in America Exhibit on Wednesday, September 6th from 5–6pm with mocktails and snacks provided! The exhibit examines historic challenges of the past 120 years in achieving health equity in the U.S. Health law faculty will highlight and provide context for specific… Read more »

Color Printing Now Available for Students

The College of Law is pleased to roll out color printing for students via Georgia State’s MobilePrint Service. A new color printer has been installed and integrated with mobileprint.gsu.edu. The printers are located on the 5th floor of the Law Library, across the IT help desk and directly behind Miss Demeanor’s Café. The new color printer specifically… Read more »

Mindful Wednesdays Begin Sept. 6

The College of Law’s Mindful Wednesdays program begins at 11:45 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 6. If you signed up for the Mindful Wednesdays program, it is imperative that you attend all six sessions because they are sequential and build on one another. Participants will learn basic techniques for reducing stress and improving focus. The program will be co-taught… Read more »

Meet with Associate Dean of Experiential Education for Advisement

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 lbliss@gsu.edu.

Alternative Spring Breaks March 11-18

Save March 11-18 for Alternative Spring Breaks: Spend the week assisting detained immigrants at Stewart Immigration Detention Center in Lumpkin, Georgia, or learning how community-based lawyering can improve housing stability and educational outcomes here in Atlanta.