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Elizabeth Chamblee Burch mentioned in The New York Times

Monday, February 8, 2016

Kirbo Chair of Law Elizabeth Chamblee Burch was mentioned in The New York Times regarding her thoughts on the conflict between the lawyers leading litigation against General Motors. The article titled "Lawyers Suing G.M. Over Defect Are Now Fighting Each Other" was written by Barry Meier and published 2/5/16.


Georgia Law wins Craven national moot court competition

Monday, February 8, 2016

A trio of second-year students - Matthew B. "Matt" Rosenthal, Christopher D. "Chris" Stokes and Tayah Woodard - bested 24 teams from law school's around the country to become the winners of the 39th J. Braxton Craven, Jr. Memorial Competition. They were also presented with the tournament's Best Brief Award. The team's student coach was third-year student Mical D. Carter.


Lutton wins Beaird Closing Argument Competition

Monday, February 8, 2016

Congratulations to first-year student Lauren E. Lutton for winning the 2016 J. Ralph Beaird 1L Closing Argument Mock Trial Competition. The finalist was Daniel E. Philyaw.


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Miller publishes article in Ohio State Law Journal Furthermore

Monday, February 8, 2016

Professor & Director of the Georgia Law at Oxford Program Joseph S. Miller has published "Abercrombie 2.0 - Can We Get There from Here? The Thoughts on 'Suggestive Fair Use'" in 77 Ohio State Law Journal Furthermore 1 (2016).


Georgia Law to host public interest conference focusing on social justice

Friday, February 5, 2016

Georgia Law will host the 11th Annual Working in the Public Interest Conference on Saturday, Feb. 20, at 9 a.m. in the Larry Walker Room of Dean Rusk Hall. Registration is required. The conference will shine a light on current social issues affecting the law and potential solutions that the law can offer in social injustice situations. Key topics to be explored during the event’s three panels include: the effects of the Supreme Court’s decision on same-sex marriage in regard to the administration of probate, estate planning and adoption proceedings; issues with inadequate representation for misdemeanor offenses and how the law can be used to remedy the problem; and opportunities to provide undocumented immigrants with access to higher education and legal advice. Steve Gottlieb, executive director of the Atlanta Legal Aid Society, will present the keynote address at 2:20 p.m.

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