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Appellate Litigation Clinic wins its first Georgia Supreme Court case

Monday, March 16, 2020

The Appellate Litigation Clinic has won its first case in the Georgia Supreme Court. Third-year students Addison Smith and John Lex Kenerly IV prepared and presented oral argument in the case Edward Williams v. DeKalb County et al, which will allow a lawsuit challenging a DeKalb County commissioners' vote giving themselves a pay raise to proceed to trial. Kenerly and Smith are the first law students to argue before the state's highest court under a new special provision. Additionally, second-year students Amelia K. Welch, Anre D. Washington, Devin M. Sinclair, Alexander S. Cumming, Taylor S. Bussey and Steven L. Miller assisted with case research last summer.


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Weeks presents at law and biomedicine colloquium

Friday, March 13, 2020

Associate Dean for Faculty Development & Kirbo Chair Elizabeth Weeks presented "One Child Town: Making a Health Care Case for Saving Rural America" as part of the University of Utah Center for Law and Biomedical Sciences' 6th Annual Law and Biomedicine Colloquium during March


Hetherington featured in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Thursday, March 12, 2020

Assistant Clinical Professor & Wilbanks Child Endangerment and Sexual Exploitation Clinic Director Emma M. Hetherington was featured in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding House Bill 479. The article titled "Hidden Predator Act heads back to Georgia House" was written by Amanda C. Coyne and published 3/11/20.


Hetherington featured in the Daily Report

Thursday, March 12, 2020

Assistant Clinical Professor & Wilbanks Child Endangerment and Sexual Exploitation Clinic Director Emma M. Hetherington was featured in the Daily Report regarding the Wilbanks CEASE Clinic's upcoming conference planned for April 9-10. The article titled "Lawyers Gathering in Athens to Aid Child Sex Abuse Survivors" was written by Katheryn Tucker and published 3/11/20.


Milot featured in The Regulatory Review

Thursday, March 12, 2020

Associate Professor & Practicum in Animal Welfare Skills Director Lisa Milot was featured in The Regulatory Review regarding her Tennessee Law Review article on backyard breeding. The article titled "Regulating Backyard Breeders" was written by Grace Gale and published 3/12/20.

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