Yoga Is Back!

Starting Monday, March 4th, at 9:00 a.m. join Jenna Dakroub, 3L & Certified Yoga instructor, in the Faculty Commons for a 50 minute yoga session.  Sessions will be offered every Monday morning at 9:00 a.m. and Wednesday afternoons starting at 4:30 p.m.

13th Annual Bioethics at the Movies Series Begins Thursday, Feb. 7

Join the Student Health Law Association and the Center for Law, Health & Society for the 13th Annual Bioethics at the Movies Series. This popular 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. All sessions are 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Room 341. Lunch is provided. Thursday, Feb. 7: Rationing… Read more »

Appellate Staff Attorneys Panel

A panel of appellate staff attorneys from various courts around the country will be participating in a panel discussion on Thursday, November 8, 2018, hosted here at the law school. Topics will include the career benefits of clerking, what it means to be a staff attorney, and how to look for those jobs. This event… Read more »

BSLA Winter Socks and Blanket Drive

The Black Law Student Association (BLSA) is hosting a Winter Socks and Blanket Drive. Donations of new or gently used blankets and thermal/wool socks are being collected in designated bins in the College of Law lobby and library (5th floor). The drive will end Friday, Nov. 9th. All donated socks and blankets will be included in… Read more »

A World Without Torture

Nov. 1, 2018 at 11:45 am – 1:00 pm Georgia State Law, Room 341 Lunch Provided Join us for a guest lecture on Nov. 1 with Alberto Mora, who served as General Counsel of the Navy under President George W. Bush and opposed U.S. use of torture after 9-11. He won a Profile in Courage… Read more »

Free Movie Screening with GAPABA – Oct. 27, Emory School of Law

Join us Saturday, October 27th for a free movie screening of the 2018 American Bar Association Silver Gavel Award winner, And Then They Came For Us, which documents the incarceration of Japanese-Americans, following the 1943 signing of Executive Order 9066. Over 120,000 Japanese-Americans were forcibly vacated from their homes and businesses, and were housed in… Read more »

Law Homecoming Tailgate

Please join the College of Law community at a tailgate to celebrate Georgia State’s 2018 homecoming football game as we take on the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers. The game is on Saturday, Oct. 27 at the new Georgia State Stadium and we will be tailgating in the Green Lot at the corner of Hank Aaron Blvd & Georgia… Read more »

Woodruff Park Brings Back Food Truck Fridays

Woodruff Park brings back Food Truck Fridays through Oct. 26 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The park will have up to eight food trucks and live music. Also, each Wednesday in October (except Halloween) the park will be hosting screen-on-the-green style movies at sunset with food trucks. Scheduled movies include Beetlejuice (Oct. 3), The Dark… Read more »

Social Justice Week Events

Noon Wednesday, Oct. 3 in Room 241: Potty Politics: Positively Inclusive Bathroom Spaces Join OUTLaw and AWLS for a panel discussion with Chanem Haley, the gender inclusion organizer at Georgia Equality, and other panelists on why gender neutral bathrooms are important, how we can be more inclusive in bathroom spaces, and how each of our panelists… Read more »

Spring Break Study Abroad Programs: Info Session Oct. 10

The College of Law is offering two spring break study abroad options – Brazil and Costa Rica. Interested students are invited to a brown bag information session at noon on Oct. 10 in room 346. Program directors will share itineraries, logistics, and the application process, as well as opportunities to apply for scholarship funds, for… Read more »