Welcome Back! SBA invites you to celebrate the end of Law Week here at Southern Exchange Whitehall Ballroom on April 6th, 2019 from 8pm-12am. There will be a great DJ, amazing food, 3L Superlatives, and many more surprises. Tickets are on sale now! Purchase Tickets To purchase tickets, please go to the following link… Read more »
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1. Happiness and positive psychology [article] Five Science-Backed Strategies for More Happiness [article] How to Be Happy: Simple Steps to Lead a Simple and Content Life The Surprising Science of Happiness Want to Be Happier? Stay in the Moment Values and the Meaning of Life [article + video] What Are Your Values? [article] Discovering My… Read more »
Dear Students, After 12 years as dean of the College of Law, I have decided to step down this summer and return to the faculty. Nothing in my professional life has given me more satisfaction and joy than being dean of this college during eventful times filled with opportunities. And, nothing has filled me with more… Read more »
Student volunteers are needed to serve as rapporteurs at the 5th Annual Atlanta International Arbitration Society Conference, Monday-Tuesday, Oct. 10-11. A rapporteur is generally responsible for one conference session or speech in return for free access to the conference. If interested, email Professor Doug Yarn your name, contact information, class year (1L, etc), dates and times available (Monday, Oct… Read more »
YOUR VOTE MATTERS! The 1L Student Bar Association Election voting ballots are open on TWEN. The ballots have been automatically added as an extra course student TWEN pages. Click the course page, read the directions and vote! Ballots will close at 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30.
The college’s website, law.gsu.edu, has been restored. Thank you to the Georgia State network engineers who investigated the issue and worked to resolve it quickly. The error was limited to directing web browsers to law.gsu.edu and its associated websites. Georgia State’s IIT staff will work to understand the factors contributing to the failure and implement any… Read more »
Join Associate Dean Kelly Timmons and other professors for a discussion aimed at guiding you in planning the remainder of your law study at 5 p.m. Monday, March 28, and 11:45 a.m. Tuesday, March 29. Both sessions are in Room 241. Food will be provided.
Are you interested in health law? The Center for Law, Health & Society provides a health law certificate program and dual degrees in law and public health (J.D./M.P.H.) and law and health administration (J.D./M.S.H.A and J.D./M.B.A./M.H.A.).
Did you miss the 10th Annual Bioethics at the Movies Series presented by the Student Health Law Association and the Center for Law, Health & Society? Couldn’t attend all three? Or simply want to share with a fellow student? You are in luck!
Director of the Office of Bar Admissions Sally Lockwood and Georgia Bar Examiner Aasia Mustakeem will discuss “How to Pass the Georgia Bar Exam” at 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 8, in Room 241. Food will be provided. The presentation will be video recorded for students unable to attend.