Georgia Tech Dual Degree Program Open House March 26

Law students interested in the dual degree program with Georgia Tech’s School of City and Regional Planning are invited to an open house at Georgia Tech on Monday, March 26. For more details visit planning.gatech.edu/events/open-house.

Register for the April 6 Law Review Symposium

The Law Review symposium, “From the Crime Scene to the Courtroom: The Future of Forensic Science Reform,” will take place on Friday, April 6. The symposium will bring together attorneys, judges, law enforcement, scholars, forensic scientists, and policymakers for a conversation about the state of forensic science and the path forward for reform. Justice David… Read more »

New Health Challenge, Wellness Wednesday, and Take Twenty Tuesday

Winner from Last Week’s Health Challenge: Hannah Clapp (J.D. ’20) won a $50 annual pass to Georgia State Parks from the Environmental Law Society for her winning photo that showed enjoying spending time in the great outdoors. Check it out on the 5th floor library screen! This Week’s Health Challenge: Take a picture that shows… Read more »

Combining the Business of Law + Philanthropy Panel Is at Noon Monday, March 26

Attorneys must work hard to achieve professional and financial success. There are multiple ways of embedding social good in your business, but devoting resources—especially for small or solo practices—can be difficult. At noon Monday, March 26, in Room 242, panelists Stephanie Everett (J.D. ’02) and Dawn Smith (J.D. ’89) with moderator Lyn Knapp, senior director of… Read more »

Bioethics at the Movies at Noon Thursday, March 1

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 provided…. Read more »

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 law student to successful attorney and obtain meaningful employment at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 21, in Room 246. Food will… Read more »