Baradaran featured in The Nation

Friday, June 8, 2018

Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives & Hosch Associate Professor Mehrsa Baradaran was featured in The Nation regarding postal banking in the United States. The article titled "Bernie Sanders Is to Deliver a Commonsense Plan to Save the Postal Service" was written by Jake Bittle and published 6/7/18. 


Khan featured in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Friday, June 8, 2018

Associate Professor Fazal Khan was featured in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding his thoughts on a U.S. Court of Appeals ruling regarding an FTC sanction being too vague and the implication of this decision for future cases. The article titled "Appeals court rules FTC sanction for Atlanta's defunct LabMD too vague" was written by Alex Soderstrom and was published 6/7/18.

 

Kurtz featured in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Friday, June 8, 2018

Associate Dean & Professor Emeritus Paul M. Kurtz was featured in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding the terms malice murder and aggravated assault. The article titled "Georgia juries are left in the dark when it comes to punishment" was written by Bill Rankin and published 6/8/18.


Burch's article reviewed in JOTWELL

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Kirbo Chair Elizabeth Chamblee Burch's article "Publicly Funded Objectors" was reviewed by Jasminka Kalajdzic in JOTWELL (Jun. 1, 2018). In the review, she said Burch "persuasively argues that properly motivated and publicly funded objectors offer our best hope to ensure judges have the necessary information to monitor attorneys and the settlements they seek to have approved."


In the spirit of the law, UGA Family Justice Clinic helps domestic violence victims

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Christine Scartz has some history with the University of Georgia Family Justice Clinic: She helped create it. In 1994, as a law student at the UGA School of Law, Scartz participated in one of the first Public Interest Practicum classes. Students were to immerse themselves in the Athens community to find issues that could be solved with legal assistance. Scartz volunteered with Project Safe and heard story after story of domestic violence victims and their struggles to file protective orders.

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