Associate Professor Fazal Khan will moderate and present a panel on "Public Health Law and the Response to COVID" as part of the State of the Public’s Health Conference at the University of Georgia.
The EJF Auction is designed to raise money for students seeking to pursue careers in public interest. The Auction is a fun event, open to all students and alum to come bid on the silent or live auction and help raise money for EJF scholarships.
Join the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the University of Georgia School of Law for a FREE virtual panel discussion. Experts from the SEC, FINRA, CFTC and UGA Terry College of Business will discuss emerging trends and risks for retail investors, including investment strategies and related technology, social media’s influence on investors, and the growing cryptocurrency market.
Join us on Wednesday, October 13 at 8:00 PM for a virtual happy hour with Brian Israel, who will talk about space law and other topics.
Since graduating from Berkeley Law in 2009, Brian has served as a State Department official, General Counsel of a venture-backed space company, and Co-founder of a technology startup.
Lawyering For the President: Testing the Limits of Ethics & Professionalism.
Registration Check-in in Dean Rusk Atrium Friday morning, 2/25/2022.
Symposium all day on Friday, 2/25. Breakfast & Lunch. Panel Discussion & Key Note Speaker; CLE credits. Moderator: Lonnie T. Brown, Jr.
More details coming soon!
EITS will conduct network maintenance that will result in complete outages of campus Internet access and campus information systems on Saturday, October 23, 2021, from 6:00 a.m. until 11:59 p.m.
Please make note that unlike previous planned network maintenances where there were intermittent outages, this maintenance will result in a complete outage of access to services.
Business as Usual: Inequality and Health Litigation during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Brazil with Natalia Pires de Vasconcelos
Brazil's active judicial system has the power to define the constitutional content of the country's healthcare policy by forcing the government to embrace equal protection of the right to health. In this talk, I present the results of an upcoming chapter in which I compare the pandemic’s effect on the judicial protection of the right to health for those incarcerated and those who are free. In both cases, courts had serious incentives to take the pandemic seriously and consider its disproportionate impact on marginalized communities.
Please join the School of Law community for food, fun and fellowship on Herty Field.