Georgia Law wins best brief and finishes in top 16 at ABA Appellate Advocacy Competition

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Congratulations to second-year students Margaret E. "Maggy" Randels, Utrophia D. Robinson and Alexandria E. Seay for capturing the Best Brief Award at the American Bar Association Law Student Division National Appellate Advocacy Competition.  


Sixth Georgia Law graduate selected to clerk for U.S. Supreme Court in nine years

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Georgia Law 2011 graduate Andrew A. Pinson has been chosen to serve as a judicial clerk for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas for the October 2013 term.  His selection makes him the sixth Georgia Law graduate in nine years to be selected to clerk for our nation's highest court.  


Georgia Law finishes in the top eight at South Texas Mock Trial Challenge

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Congratulations to third-year law students Jasmine A. Dixon, Michael C. Gretchen, Scott F. McAfee and C. Elizabeth Stell for their quaterfinal finish out of more than 40 teams from across the country at the Second Annual South Texas Mock Trial Challenge. Additionally, Gretchen was named the tournaments Best Advocate.


Georgia Law secures win at regional round of ABA Appellate Advocacy Competition

Monday, March 25, 2013

Congratulations to second-year law students Margaret E. "Maggy" Randels, Utrophia D. Robinson and Alexandria E. Seay for earning first place at the regional level of the American Bar Association Law Student Division National Appellate Advocacy Competition in Boston during March. They will travel to Chicago next month to compete in the national rounds of the tournament.


UGA residence hall to be named in honor of former Governor and Georgia Law alumnus George Busbee

Friday, March 15, 2013

The East Campus Village on the University of Georgia’s campus will soon have a new addition to its named residence halls. The University System of Georgia Board of Regents voted today to approve the naming of Building 1512 after the late Gov. George D. Busbee. This 1952 Georgia Law graduate and 77th governor of Georgia, championed education during his time in office—particularly kindergarten through 12th grade—establishing the statewide public kindergarten system.

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