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Author makes the case for postal banking

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Associate Professor Mehrsa Baradaran was featured in The Postal Record regarding her book How the Other Half Banks. The article appeared in the magazine's December issue.

Review: 'How the Other Half Banks', by Mehrsa Baradaran

Friday, November 13, 2015

Associate Professor Mehrsa Baradaran's book "How the Other Half Banks" was reviewed in Financial Times. The review was written by Ben McLannahan and published 11/13/15.

Community HeLP Clinic offers assistance to Athens Housing Authority residents

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Georgia Law’s Community Health Law Partnership, led by Assistant Professor Jason A. Cade, took on a substantial advocacy project during November to benefit residents of Athens Housing Authority in addition to its current work with patients at Mercy Health Center. State law changed on Oct. 1, allowing households with elderly or disabled members to qualify for additional SNAP (food stamps) benefits based on unreimbursed medical expenses. Second-year student Christina A. Cason and third-year student Andrew B. McClintock, with assistance from other clinic students, developed a standard form to help applicants and advocates calculate qualifying expenses. The form has been shared with the Georgia Legal Services Project in hopes that it can be used to assist qualifying individuals throughout the state.

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Cade presents at Southeast Junior-Senior Faculty Workshop

Monday, November 30, 2015

Assistant Professor Jason A. Cade presented "Return of the JRAD" at the Southeast Junior-Senior Faculty workshop held at the University of Alabama School of Law during November.

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Cade publishes essay for online symposium on Texas v. United States

Monday, November 30, 2015

Assistant Professor Jason A. Cade has published an invited essay titled "On Categorical Nonenforcement Decisions in Immigration Law" on ImmigrationProf for an online symposium regarding the Fifth Circuit's decision in United States v. Texas.