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Georgia Law ranks high for preparing students for work and moot court

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Georgia Law fared well in two recent rankings - for preparing students for firm work and for moot court performance. The law school ranked 11th in the nation based on responses from alumni when they were asked how well their law school had prepared them for firm work. Georgia Law was 6th according to the University of Houston Blakely Institute ranking that combines scores from ABA-approved moot court competitions. Both listings appeared in the November issue of The National Jurist magazine. 


Brad Grove wins law school employee service award

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Georgia Law’s staff council presented Information Technology Help Desk Manager Brad Grove with the 2014 Emma P. Terrell Distinguished Employee Award. The award is given each year to an employee who demonstrates outstanding dedication and service to the law school.


Officials Must Be Held Responsible for Torture

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Woodruff Chair in International Law Diane Marie Amann's article "Officials Must Be Held Responsible for Torture" was featured in a New York Times "Room for Debate" forum regarding her thoughts on the release of the CIA's report on torture. The article appeared 12/9/14.


How a Grand Jury Works in Georgia

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Criminal Defense Clinic Director Russell C. Gabriel was featured on WABE Radio’s website regarding grand juries in Georgia. The article was written by Molly Samuel and published 12/8/14.


Prosecutors Would Rather Read Rap as a Threat than as Art

Monday, December 8, 2014

Associate Professor Andrea L. Dennis was quoted in the Washington Post regarding her thoughts on the increase and ramifications of rap music being considered evidence in a trial. The article was written by Erik Nielson and published 12/5/14.

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