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Peters featured in VICE

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Assistant Professor Jonathan Peters was featured in VICE regarding Supreme Court protections for speech. The article titled "Trump Keeps Suing Newspapers Over Opinions He Doesn't Like" was written by David Uberti and published 3/3/20.


Scherr's Hastings article featured on Reason.com

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Associate Professor & Veterans Legal Clinic Director Alexander W. Scherr's 2003 Hastings Law Journal article was featured on Reason.com regarding diagnosing mental illness and predicting a person's dangerousness. The article titled "After He Found California's Indefinite Detention of Sex Offenders Wasn't Working, the State Shut Him Down and Destroyed His Research" was written by Steven Yoder and published in the April issue.


Update: Resources and information about coronavirus

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

The University of Georgia has a coronavirus website to provide the campus community with information about health, travel, emergency preparedness and campus operations: https://www.uhs.uga.edu/healthtopics/coronavirus.


Veterans Legal Clinic, congressman and Georgia Legal Service team up to assist vet

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

The Veterans Legal Clinic has successfully helped a veteran and his extended family avoid a winter eviction. The veteran rented a mobile home in August 2018 but soon had problems with the septic system. After numerous requests by the veteran for help, the landlord retaliated with a threat of eviction. Facing a short deadline, the veteran contacted Congressman Jodi Hice’s office, which in turn asked the clinic for help. The Veterans Legal Clinic connected the veteran with experienced landlord-tenant attorney and 2014 School of Law graduate Charles M. McCranie at Georgia Legal Services in Athens. This three-way collaboration helped the veteran find the time and the means to arrange stable, long-term housing, without the need for eviction. 


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Bruner presents at Maryland Law Review symposium

Monday, March 2, 2020

Stembler Family Distinguished Professor in Business Law Christopher Bruner presented “Leveraging Corporate Law: A Broader Account of Delaware’s Competition” at the Maryland Law Review 2020 symposium titled “Delaware’s Emerging Competition and the Future of American Corporate Law” during February. Bruner participated remotely from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa where he is conducting research for a new book.

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