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Levin presents on vaccination policy in private schools

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Smith Professor Hillel Y. Levin presented "Private Schools' Role and Rights in Setting Vaccination Policy: A Statutory and Constitutional Puzzle" at a faculty colloquium at the University of Tennessee Law School during November. 


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West presents at Columbia Law School

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Brumby Distinguished Professor in First Amendment Law Sonja R. West presented "The People, the Press, and the Marketplace of Ideas" at the symposium titled "Abrams at 100: A Reassessment of Holmes's 'Great Dissent'" held at Columbia Law School during November. 


Dennis featured in the Boston Review

Monday, November 11, 2019

Martin Chair Andrea L. Dennis' book "Rap on Trial: Race, Lyrics and Guilt in America" was featured in the Boston Review. The article titled "Arts in Society: Rap on Trial" was written by Dennis and Erik Nielson and published on 11/8/19. 


Dennis featured on Slate's Slow Burn

Monday, November 11, 2019

Martin Chair Andrea L. Dennis was featured on Slate's Slow Burn podcast regarding the use of hip-hop music as evidence in court proceedings. The show titled "Using Rap Lyrics as Criminal Evidence" aired 11/6/19.


Law school’s Veterans Legal Clinic improves lives

Monday, November 11, 2019

Improving the lives of veterans living in the Peach State is the goal of the University of Georgia School of Law’s Veterans Legal Clinic. The impact of this 18-month-old clinic is real and growing. Early this year, the clinic had an active caseload representing around 25 veterans at one time. Since April, the clinic has secured over $230,000 in additional financial relief for former members of our country’s military. By all accounts, this impact will grow exponentially due to the Veterans Legal Clinic adding a full-time attorney in August to help clinic Director Alexander Scherr manage cases and supervise students.

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