Learn more about Georgia Law and the prominent Georgians who once graced the school's hallways by viewing oral histories that have been recorded.
Brumby Scholar Frank D. LoMonte has published "Fouling the First Amendment: Why Colleges Can't, and Shouldn't, Control Student Athletes' Speech on Social Media" in 9 Journal of Business & Technology Law 1 (2014).
Distinguished Research Professor & Shackelford Distinguished Professor in Taxation Law Walter Hellerstein has published "Designing the Limits of Formulary Income Attribution Regimes" in 72 State Tax Notes 45 (2014).
Congratulations to second-year student Nicolas M. "Nick" Stanojevich for being awarded a Peggy Browning Fellowship. He will work for 10 weeks this summer at O'Donoghue & O'Donoghue in Washington, D.C., as part of his fellowship. Applications were received from students from more than 140 law schools nationwide.
Susan J. Wilson recently became Georgia Law’s executive director of career development, overseeing the school’s legal career services and professional development programs. Dean Rebecca H. White said she was pleased that Wilson was able to join her team to lead the school’s important efforts in career services and professional development. “This is such a critical area for our students and the law school. I am confident Susan will bring fresh insights and make valuable contributions to these programs and the law school more generally.”
Professor Emeritus Donald E. Wilkes Jr. has published "Habeas Corpus Proceedings in the High Court of Parliament in the Reign of James I, 1603-1625" in 54 American Journal of Legal History 200 (2014).