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Georgia Law creates elite fellowship with Goddard Foundation gift; Full-tuition-plus law school scholarships to include professional development opportunities

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Georgia Law has established an elite fellowship program as a result of a $2 million founding gift from The John N. Goddard Foundation. Initially, the program will offer three law school students annually the opportunity to receive an educational experience including domestic and international externships and guided research experiences, opportunities to meet some of the country’s top legal leaders and a full tuition scholarship.


Kirby Smart coaching at UGA program 'where everybody knows the deal up front' on drug policy

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Georgia Athletic Association Professor  David E. Shipley was mentioned in the Athens Banner-Herald regarding his thoughts on an SEC committee's discussion of drug policies. The article was written by Marc Weiszer and published 1/20/16.


UGA announces Signature Lectures for spring 2016; Sibley Lecture and alumna Tess Davis included

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Trailblazing scientists, heralded historians and influential leaders in higher education, business and law are set to visit the University of Georgia this spring as part of the Signature Lecture series. UGA’s Signature Lecture series is in its second year. The designation is given by the Office of Academic Programs to events featuring speakers with broad, multidisciplinary appeal and compelling bodies of work. Georgia Law's Jan. 28 Sibley Lecture with David B. Wilkins is included, as well as alumna Terressa M. "Tess" Davis (J.D.’09), who will speak April 20.


Alumna chosen to lead nation’s first legal clinic solely dedicated to victims of child sexual abuse

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Georgia Law has announced that Emma M. Hetherington will serve as the inaugural director of the Wilbanks Child Endangerment and Sexual Exploitation Clinic, the first of its kind in the nation. It is anticipated that many of the clinic’s first clients will be survivors and their families who are able to bring civil charges forward as a result of Georgia’s Hidden Predator Act, which was passed in 2015.


Asset Building News Week, January 4 - 8

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Hosch Associate Professor Mehrsa Baradaran was mentioned on Asset Building News Week  regarding her book How the Other Half Banks. The article was written by Patricia Hart and was published 1/8/16.

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