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May it please the court?

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Two groups of Georgia Law students were featured in Georgia Magazine for earning national championship titles in two Moot Court competitions in 2014. Third-year students Benjamin Thorpe, Steven Strasberg and Emily Westberry won the 2014 National Moot Court Competition in February, while third-year students Maggy Randels and Utrophia Robinson won the Andrews Kurth Moot Court National Championship. The article was written by Kelly Simmons and appeared in the magazine’s September issue.


Take 5 – President Jere W. Morehead on the School of Law

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

UGA President Jere W. Morehead (J.D.’80) was featured in a Q&A in Georgia Magazine regarding his thoughts on Georgia Law. The interview covered the importance and successes of moot court and mock trial programs, benefits of renovations, opportunities for new degrees and a look into the law school's future. The article was published in the magazine’s September issue.


School Cheating Trial has Teachers Facing up to 35 Years in Prison

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Callaway Chair Emeritus Ronald L. Carlson was featured in the Detroit Free Press regarding his thoughts on the prosecution of Atlanta Public Schools teachers charged with cheating. The article was written by Jenny Jarvie and published 9/8/14.


Amann presents on the child as a shaper of international criminal justice

Friday, September 5, 2014

Woodruff Chair in International Law Diane Marie Amann presented "The Child as Shaper of International Criminal Justice" at The Legitimacy and Effectiveness of International Criminal Tribunals conference sponsored by the PluriCourts project of the University of Oslo, Norway, during August.


Georgia Law accepting applications for new M.S.L. degree

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Georgia Law is currently accepting applications for its newest degree – the Master in the Study of Law (M.S.L.) - for the 2015-16 academic year. This educational opportunity is for professionals and recent college graduates seeking to increase their knowledge of law relevant to their career or academic discipline. It is a non-thesis, 30-credit-hour degree for non-lawyers that can be completed in one year on a full-time basis or over three years on a part-time basis.

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