Immigration Under the Trump Administration

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 »

Therapy Dogs on Feb. 15, Wellness Wednesday, and Take Twenty Tuesday

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 »

Spring Experiential Course Fair Set for Wednesday, Feb. 14

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.

Clinics Panel on Wednesday, Feb. 21

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 »

Wellness: Winners, Challenges and Weekly Sessions

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 »

Atlanta Bar Association’s Developing Lawyer Series

The Atlanta Bar Association’s Developing Lawyer Series is a two-part CLE program designed to provide future attorneys with practical information and strategies needed to cultivate a successful law practice and career. Attendees will gain insight and knowledge from seasoned professionals on topics such as drafting motions and orders, local rules and resources, building your personal brand… Read more »

Bioethics at the Movies Begins Wednesday, Feb. 7

Join the Student Health Law Association and the Center for Law, Health & Society for the 12th Annual Bioethics at the Movies Series! This popular noontime series features clips from contemporary movies and TV shows and discussion on a range of interesting issues in law and bioethics moderated by health law professors. Lunch will be… Read more »

Wellness Week 1: “What Makes Lawyers Happy?” is Wednesday, Jan. 24

This is the kick-off week for the new seven-week health and wellness series, “From Busy to Balanced: Designing Your Life to Live It Well.” It’s a two-track series: (1) Wellness Wednesday: Plan to attend the first program 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. Jan. 24 in Room 342. Light lunch will be served. Topic: “What Makes Lawyers Happy?” Speakers: Professor… Read more »

Space Is Limited: Register for the State of the South Conference

Register for the Center for Access to Justice’s State of the South Conference and Opening Reception; space is limited. The Opening Reception will take place from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 22, in the Catherine Henson Atrium. The event will feature food from Kevin Gillespie’s Red Beard Restaurants. The conference is scheduled from 8:30 a.m.-4:15 p.m…. Read more »

Investing in Your Future Monday, Feb. 19

The second session of the professional development series “Investing in Your Future” is noon Monday, Feb. 19, in Room 242. John Fleming of Eversheds Sutherland, Jack Hardin of Rogers & Hardin and Clyde Mize of Morris Manning will discuss specific opportunities for new lawyers to engage with the public sector. Pro bono work can be a pathway… Read more »