Talented and diverse students make up Class of 2015

Monday, September 10, 2012

This past August, 189 talented and diverse students began the three-year pursuit of a law degree. The Class of 2015 has one of the highest percentages of female students in Georgia Law history, with 52 percent, and has an impressive median LSAT score and undergraduate GPA of 164 and 3.67, respectively. All statistics as of the first day of classes - Aug. 14, 2012.


Georgia Law ranks fifth for best value law school

Monday, September 3, 2012

Georgia Law placed fifth in a recent study conducted by National Jurist magazine for the "Best Value Law Schools." The ranking considered average debt for 2011 graduates, tuition, cost of living, two-year bar pass average and state average and weighted employment rate. The article appeared in the September issue of the magazine.


Athens and Columbus firms win 3rd Annual Firm and Corporate Alumni Challenge

Monday, August 6, 2012

Georgia Law is pleased to announce the winners of the 3rd Annual Firm and Corporate Alumni Challenge, which seeks to achieve 100 percent giving participation from Georgia Law graduates within an organization. Fortson, Bentley and Griffin of Athens, Ga., won category A  of the competition (organizations with more than 10 Georgia Law graduates), while Pope, McGlamry, Kilpatrick, Morrison & Norwood of Columbus, Ga., won category B (organizations with five to 10 Georgia Law graduates).


Georgia Law welcomes two new professors this fall

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Georgia Law is pleased to welcome its newest faculty members who will begin teaching in Athens this fall - Assistant Professor Mehrsa Baradaran from Brigham Young University and Assistant Professor Kent Barnett from the University of Kentucky. Baradaran will be leading courses in contracts and banking law while Barnett will be focusing on contracts and consumer law.


Leftover funds to go to Ga. law scholarships

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

The University of Georgia School of Law was featured in the Daily Report for being one of the recipients named in a recent cy pres award. The school was awarded $1.5 million, which will go toward creating several new student scholarships. The article appeared on 7/16/12.

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