Tuesday, Feb. 27 is the last day to withdraw from a class without penalty. A “W” will appear on your transcript. A withdrawal after that date will resort in a WF, which is treated as an F for purposes of your GPA. Withdrawal from a required course requires permission of the Associate Dean for Academic… Read more »
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Join the Asian American Law Students Association for Immigration Under the Trump Administration, a panel discussion on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, it’s constitutionality and practical implications at noon Thursday, March 22. Panelists are Professor Neil Kinkopf, Javeria Jamil, an attorney with Asian Americans Advancing Justice, and Kathleen Hoyos, an attorney at immigration firm… Read more »
Winner from Last Week’s Health Challenge #3: Daylan Green (J.D. ’20) won a $25 VISA gift certificate from the Criminal Law Society for her photo showing the place where she loves to go to unwind, which doesn’t need drugs or alcohol to enjoy. Check it out on the 5th floor library screen! This Week’s Health… Read more »
Join Professor Jonathan Germann for an ALERT session to learn more about finding and using Legal Metrics such as Bloomberg Analytics, Docket Navigator, and Lex Machina as well as contract drafting, news and public information. Sessions will be held in Room 346 at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20 and at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 21.
Learn more about our clinical programs, externships and practice-based courses at the Experiential Course Fair at noon and 5 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 14, in the Catherine Henson Atrium. Visit three or more tables to receive a King of Pops popsicle.
Meet with recently graduated and experienced lawyers who will share how working in the HeLP Legal Services Clinic, the Investor Advocacy Clinic or Philip C. Cook Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic can help you make the move from student to successful attorney and obtain meaningful employment at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 21, in Room 246. Food will be… Read more »
All graduation participants are required to wear appropriate academic regalia, which is available to rent from the University Bookstore. You many order online at colleges.herffjones.com/college/georgiastate (Choose “Cap and Gown For All Students” to find Georgia State’s regalia.) The rental cost is $154.50 for your regalia, which includes cap, gown, hood and tassel. For more information, contact… Read more »
Winner from Last Week’s Health Challenge No. 2: Greg Walton (J.D. ’18) won a $50 yoga certificate from the Mindfulness in Law Society for his winning photo showing how he keeps steady, resilient and in the flow of his life. Check it out on the Fifth Floor Library screen! This Week’s Health Challenge No. 3:… Read more »
In this yearlong course, you’ll learn about how lower-income litigants navigate the civil and criminal justice systems. Through court observation, assigned reading and guest speakers, you’ll identify an access to justice problem — an aspect of the system that is broken — and work in teams to develop a proposal to fix it. Enrollment is… Read more »
The Student Health Law Association has partnered with the Arthur M. Blank Family Youth YMCA to offer a new volunteer opportunity. At 4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 8, we will all meet at the location and offer tutoring and after-school activity supervision. This event is intended to kick start volunteering and will then be available every… Read more »