Baradaran publishes article in The Washington Post

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Hosch Associate Professor Mehrsa Baradaran has published "Payday Lending isn't Helping the Poor. Here's What Might" in The Washington Post. The article was published 6/28/16.


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Wilkes' treatise cited by U.S. Supreme Court

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Professor Emeritus  Donald E. Wilkes Jr.'s treatise State Postconviction Remedies and Relief Handbook, 2015-2016 ed., was cited by the U.S. Supreme Court on 05/31/16 in regard to Johnson v. Lee, a federal habeas corpus proceeding involving a California state prison inmate.


Carlson, Thompson named to James Magazines Most Influential Attorneys list

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Callaway Chair of Law Emeritus Ronald L. Carlson and Sibley Professor in Corporate and Business Law Larry D. Thompson were recently named to James Magazine’s 2016 Most Influential Georgia Attorneys list. The article was published in its May/June edition.


West featured on WABE program

Monday, June 27, 2016

Associate Professor Sonja R. West was featured in WABE regarding her thoughts on a Florida law that prevents doctors from discussing or recording information about their patients' gun ownership. The article titled "Fla. 'Docs Versus Glocks' Could Spur Ga. Lawmakers" was written by Lisa Hagen and appeared 6/22/16.


Brexit vote leads to uncertainty, probably more EU exits; UGA experts available to comment

Monday, June 27, 2016

UGA experts say the Brexit vote speaks to a “broken” European Union and will likely lead to uncertainty and more exits. Associate Professor Harlan G. Cohen is among the UGA experts sharing his perspective. He said, “After the Brexit vote, the one thing that’s predictable is that we’re facing a long period of uncertainty. Yesterday, everyone knew what the rules were. While the rules don’t change today, no one knows what the rules will be in in three months or two years. The terms of trade in goods and services between the U.K. and the rest of the EU, the rights of U.K. citizens to work, to health care, and to travel in other EU countries, intelligence sharing between the U.K. and the other EU governments, and the regulation of any number of industries in the U.K. are now open to debate at home and subject to negotiations abroad. Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union lays out a process for withdrawal but subjects everything to negotiation between the U.K. and the other 27 member states. No one can know today where exactly those negotiations will lead."

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