Alumni in the News
Georgia Law graduates are often the focus of news stories appearing in a variety of media outlets.
In the News
Congratulations to Keith R. Blackwell (J.D.'99), Florian A. Stamm (J.D.'04), Brian M. Rickman (J.D.'01), Ranse M. Partin (J.D.'98), Jeffery O. Monroe (J.D.'00), W. Ryan Teague (J.D.'03), Christina Hull "Christy" Eikhoff (J.D.'00), Michael A. Caplan (J.D.'06) and Shannon G. Wallace (J.D.'02) on being selected for the Daily Report's rising legal stars under 40. These individuals were recognized as impressive, young lawyers predicted to have bright and successful futures.
Professor Emeritus Donald E. Wilkes Jr. was quoted in a Georgia Public Broadcasting story relating to the Warren Lee Hill case. The article was written by Claire Simms and appeared on 7/26/13.
Callaway Chair Emeritus Ronald L. Carlson was quoted in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding the roles evidence, due process and the state constitution could play in the DeKalb County School Board hearings. The article was written by Ty Tagami and appeared on 7/22/13.
Assistant Professor Kent Barnett was quoted in The Boston Globe regarding the aspiration of federal immigration judges to be independent from the Department of Justice. The article was written by Maria Sacchetti and appeared on 7/17/13.
Callaway Chair Emeritus Ronald L. Carlson was quoted in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding singer Stevie Wonder's announcement that he will not perform in any state that recognizes a Stand Your Ground law. The article was written by Jim Galloway and appeared on 7/16/13.