Georgia Law third-year student John E. Seay had an article selected for publication in the UCLA Entertainment Law Review. Titled "Free Fallin': Legislative Strategies for Enabling Online Music Purveyors to Achieve Success and Provide the Music Industry with a Much Needed Boost," the article will appear this summer in Vol. 17 of the journal.
Georgia Law Director of Legal Career Services Beth Shackleford was quoted in the Fulton County Daily Report regarding the increased movement of law school graduates from one firm to another throughout their careers. The article was written by Tammy Lloyd Clabby and appeared on 2/22/10.
The University of Georgia School of Law recently finished as a quarterfinalist in the National Moot Court Competition in New York City. The team, made up of third-year students Marie E. Greene, Kevin P. Murphy and Ashley L. Scruggs, advanced to the national tier of the competition after placing first in the regional rounds held in Atlanta during November.
Georgia Law’s Dean Rusk Center and UGA’s German-American Law Society are sponsoring a panel discussion on the potential impacts of foreign investments in the United States. The lecture, titled "America For Sale? Foreign Investments in the U.S., a German Perspective," will take place on Feb. 16 at 12:30 p.m. in the Larry Walker Room of Dean Rusk Hall.
Visiting Professor Leah Ward Sears wrote a column in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding commitment as the key to successful marriages. The column appeared on 2/10/10.