Learn more about Georgia Law and the prominent Georgians who once graced the school's hallways by viewing oral histories that have been recorded.
Hosch Professor Julian A. Cook III has published Inside Investigative Criminal Procedure: What Matters and Why (Aspen Publishers, 2012).
Georgia Law was featured in The Daily Record for their upcoming "Florida/Georgia-Hulsey/Gambrell" moot court competition. This will be the 32nd time the two teams have competed in what is considered "one of the grand traditions in the Jacksonville legal community." The article was written by Ray Driver and appeared on 10/8/12.
Hosch Professor Thomas A. Eaton was quoted in Columns regarding the Athens Justice Program, where he serves as the vice president of the board of directors. The program aims to provide assistance for people accused of a crime and to help them stay out of jail. The article was written by Aaron Hale and appeared on 10/8/12.
Congratulations to third-year law student Emily A. Cook for being named the Best Oralist at this year's Emory National Civil Rights and Liberties Moot Court Competition. Additionally, third-year students Kelly A. Blair and Emir Sehic placed as finalists in the competition and had the 5th best brief while Cook and her teammate, J. Walker Rick, finished in the top eight out of a field of 30 teams.
Former Distinguished Research Professor and Rogers Chair Alan Watson received the American Society of Comparative Law's Lifetime Achievement Award. The award "honor[s] living senior comparatists whose writings have changed the shape or direction of American comparative or private international law" and was presented to him at ASCL's annual meeting.