Join progressive law students and lawyers from across the southeast for the National Lawyers Guild Southern Regional Conference from Friday-Sunday, March 23-25 held at the College of Law. The conference will include a CLE on Representing Protestors, volunteer activities, and Legal Observer training. For more information, visit the Facebook page. Purchase tickets here.
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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 »
All students are invited to attend the new noontime, seven-week Wellness Wednesday series, co-convened by Professor Charity Scott and Plamen Russev (J.D. ’03) and sponsored by the Center for Law, Health & Society. The series, “From Busy to Balanced: Designing Your Life to Live It Well,” begins Wednesday, Jan. 24, with the topic “What Makes… Read more »
“To be a good lawyer, one has to be a healthy lawyer” begins the recent report from ABA’s National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being. Explore how to create the balance that’s right for you among the multiple dimensions of a happy and healthy life in some or all of the Wellness Wednesdays sessions and weekly Health… Read more »
“India’s Radical Experiment with Access to Justice” will be held 4:45-5:15 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 15 in the Knowles Conference Center. Aman M. Hingorani and Professor Clark D. Cunningham will discuss pioneering initiatives in the fields of public interest law, human rights, access to justice, legal education and related areas. Aman M. Hingorani (LL.M. Warwick, Ph.D. Delhi)… Read more »
Join the Center for the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth from 4-5:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, in the Knowles Conference Center for a book discussion and reception: Market Demand-Based Planning and Permitting: Preventing Excessive Development from Undermining the Economy while Protecting the Property Rights of Existing Development by Arthur C. Nelson, John Travis Marshall, Julian Conrad… Read more »
Students are invited to “The State of the Southeast: Challenges and Opportunities for State and Local Governments” from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 3, in the Knowles Conference Center. Panel discussions will include experts from S&P Global Ratings and the Center for State and Local Finance, a fiscal policy think tank located at Georgia State University, as well… Read more »
Social Justice Week, sponsored by several student organizations, is this week. Events for Wednesday, Oct. 25 are “#50StatesAgainstHate: Efforts to Establish Hate Crime Legislation in Georgia” at noon in Room 342 and “Taking a Knee for Justice” at 5 p.m. in Room 341.
This year’s Futures Conference, “Running With the Machines: Artificial Intelligence in the Practice of Law,” will be held Thursday-Friday, Oct. 26-27, in the Knowles Conference Center. Presented by the College of Law Practice Management, the interactive annual conference is designed to help you navigate the future of the legal profession. This year’s conference focuses on the state… Read more »
R.S.V.P. by Friday, Oct. 13 to join the College of Law at a tailgate to celebrate Georgia State’s 2017 Homecoming football game as we take on the Troy University Trojans. The game is at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 21, at the new Georgia State Stadium, and we will be tailgating in the Green Lot in Spaces 25-27.