Georgia Law possesses an impressive collection of more than 70 portraits of famous Georgians, former deans and faculty members, as well as accomplished alumni.
Georgia Law students participating in the school’s Global Internship Program this summer will have the opportunity to gain international legal experience while working for organizations across the globe such as the Human Rights League in Slovakia, UNESCO in France, the Israel Law Center, Dacheng Law Firm in China and the University of West Indies Cave Hill in Barbados. A total of 17 students will be participating in the program this summer with placements spanning 13 countries and five continents.
Congratulations to first-year law student Eleanor K. “Keith” Hall for winning the 2014 Richard B. Russell Moot Court Competition and to all the first-year law students who made this year’s tournament such a success.
Second-year law student Stephany Sheriff was elected chief communications officer of the International Law Students Association, which is a worldwide organization dedicated to educating students and lawyers across the globe on the importance of international law. In this role, she will manage all communication between ISLA chapters, work closely with regional representatives and monitor regional activities.
Congratulations to third-year student Kaitlin M. Ball who, in her role as president of the International Law Students Association, recently served as moderator for a panel titled “Emerging Trends and Challenges in International Legal Education and Scholarship” at the joint American Society of International Law/International Law Association conference held in Washington, D.C., during April.
Law Library Circulation Manager Marie Mize was elected vice chair of the UGA Staff Council, which contributes to the overall mission of the university by advising the president, providing a sounding board for staff to communicate to the administration and electing representatives to the University Council. Her term begins July 1.