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Law School Creates Elite Fellowship with Goddard Foundation Gift

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Georgia Law was mentioned in Athens CEO regarding its new fellowship for three extraordinary students who have excelled academically and have proven their leadership qualities. The Distinguished Law Fellows program was established from $2 million donated to the law school by the John N. Goddard Foundation. The article was published 1/22/16.


America's Criminal Justice System Should Not Be an Immigration Removal System

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Assistant Professor Jason A. Cade was featured on The Huffington Post regarding his thoughts on the integration of immigration enforcement and misdemeanor prosecutions. The article was written by Juan Cristóbal Quevedo and published 1/19/16.


Georgia Law School Gets $2M for 'Tuition-Plus' Scholarship

Monday, January 25, 2016

Georgia Law was mentioned in The National Law Journal regarding $2 million donated to the law school to establish the Philip H. Alston, Jr. Distinguished Law Fellows. The donation was made by the John N. Goddard Foundation to create a scholarship fund to offer full tuition to a select number of extraordinary students who have excelled academically and have proven their leadership qualities.


UGA Law Students Gain Valuable Work Experience in the Atlanta Market

Monday, January 25, 2016

Georgia Law was featured in the Athens CEO regarding the law school's Atlanta semester in Practice program. The program provides students with the opportunity to earn externship credits by working in Atlanta while also taking classes. Students participating in this program gain valuable work experience from their placement at government, corporate and nonprofit offices.


Burch receives an award for her "Judging Multidistrict Litigation" article

Friday, January 22, 2016

Kirbo Chair Elizabeth Chamblee Burch was selected as one of the co-winners of the sixth annual Fred C. Zacharias Memorial Prize for Scholarship in Professional Responsibility for her article "Judging Multidistrict Litigation" (90 New York University Law Review 71 (2015)). The other co-winner is Morris A. Ratner.

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