UGA Alumni Association announces seventh annual Bulldog 100 list; eight Georgia Law grads named

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

The University of Georgia Alumni Association has released the 2016 Bulldog 100. This annual program recognizes the fastest-growing businesses owned or operated by UGA alumni. Eight Georgia Law alumni and alumnae made the list, including: Robert B. "Rob" Brannen Jr. (J.D.'86), Glen M. Darbyshire (J.D.'84), Leamon R. "Lea" Holliday III (J.D.'70), Kathleen Horne (J.D.'76), Benjamin Hirsch "B.H." Levy Jr. (J.D.73) and Melanie M. Marks (J.D.'84) for Bouhan Falligant; Todd H. Stanton (J.D.'02) for Stanton Law; and Megan K. Ouzts (J.D.'05) for The Spotted Trotter.

Georgia Law team finishes as semifinalists in William Daniel Mock Trial competition

Monday, November 23, 2015

Congratulations to second-year students Joseph Patrick "J.P." Hackney and Hannah S. Sells, and third-year students Meredith A. Gardial and Benjamin P. "Ben" Ralston, who finished as semifinalists in the 2015 William Daniel Mock Trial competition.

Georgia Law team finishes as semifinalists in National Moot Court Competition

Monday, November 23, 2015

Congratulations to third-year students Aaron D. Parks and Taylor B. Butenschon, who finished as semifinalists in the 66th Annual National Moot Court Competition.

UGA law school creates Jurist in Residence program honoring late Judge B. Avant Edenfield

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Georgia Law has created the B. Avant Edenfield Jurist in Residence, which will give law students an opportunity to learn from federal judges in a series of mini-courses. Made possible by a contribution from 2003 Georgia Law alumnus Allen W. Yee, a former clerk of the late Edenfield, the Jurist in Residence program will enable one or more Article III judges to spend a period in residence at the law school each year.

UGA names inaugural class of Women’s Leadership Fellows; Dean Rodrigues included

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Nine University of Georgia faculty members will hone their leadership skills and gain a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities confronting research universities as members of the inaugural class of the university’s Women’s Leadership Fellows Program. The class includes Georgia Law's Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Kilpatrick Chair of Corporate Finance and Securities Law Usha Rodrigues.