There will be street closings and MARTA rail service will be affected on Monday, Nov. 20, due to the demolition/implosion of the Georgia Dome at 7:30 a.m. Affected roads will be closed from 5:30-11 a.m. Street closures are: Andrew Young International Boulevard, from Phillips Drive, to Centennial Parkway NW; Phillips Drive from Centennial Parkway NW to… Read more »
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All students must read the information below as it is necessary for your exams this semester. Your blind grading number is now 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. Information about exam software, accessing the website, and testing your computer can be found at insidelaw.gsu.edu/registrars-office/exams-information/exam-software…. Read more »
Are you concerned about the number of homeless youth or the sex or labor trafficking of young people in Atlanta? This spring, the Sociology Department is offering a Domestic Field School on “Youth Homelessness and Trafficking” (SOCI 3160/8160) that will give students a chance to study and examine these issues first hand.
3Ls and LLMs: Registration for the mandatory bar bootcamp for those of you taking the July 2018 bar exam is open. You must attend either Friday, Jan. 26, or Saturday, Jan. 27. The workshop is at the College of Law—sign-up here. You have until Monday, Nov. 20, to register.
Attention Students: Your SBA board will be cleaning the lower level refrigerator and the microwaves this Friday morning, Nov. 10. All unlabeled items will be thrown away. Please remove, or label with your name and the date, any items you want saved. Everything else will be thrown away. Thanks for helping keep it clean for… Read more »
The fall exam schedule is available. Requests for conflict changes must be sent to the registrar (email@example.com) no later than Friday, Nov. 10. 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 9 a.m. one day and noon the next day,… Read more »
Having a hard time deciding what electives to sign up for this spring? Check out the academic advisement materials available online. In addition, many faculty members wrote brief “elevator speeches” about their elective courses, read them here. If you have any questions about a course, contact the professor or ask Associate Deans Jessica Gabel Cino or… Read more »
The Center for Access to Justice’s Public Interest Law and Policy Certificate Program provides students with the training and legal knowledge necessary to serve traditionally underrepresented individuals, communities, interests and to facilitate the development of problem-solving skills relevant to working with and on behalf of public interest issues and under-served populations. For more information and to enroll… Read more »
“What is Health Law?” Panel on Tuesday, Oct. 24 Join Student Health Law Association for the annual “What is Health Law?” panel discussion at 11:45 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 24, in Room 341 with Ryan Hood (J.D. ’06), assistant general counsel of Wellstar Health Systems; Barbara J. Rogers (J.D. ’15, M.H.A. ’09, M.B.A. ’08) with Arnall Golden Gregory;… Read more »
A television series will be filmed at 55 Park Place Wednesday-Friday, Jan. 3-5. The following parking lanes will be closed: East side of Park Place between Auburn and John Wesley Dobbs Avenue North side of Auburn Avenue between Park Place and Park Central Boulevard