George arrived in Athens this fall from the small town of Fitzgerald, Georgia, by way of Atlanta. After graduating from Georgia Tech in 2009, where he studied business management and public policy, George spent three years working in Tech’s Office of Government and Community Relations. He credits his time working with preparing him to go back to law school...
Jaaonne, a native of New York, completed her undergraduate studies at Spelman College, double-majoring in English and Psychology. After graduation, Jaaonne headed to Cambridge, Massachusetts to pursue graduate studies in Prevention Science and Practice at Harvard University. Jaaonne has always had an interest in education and federal policy and management...
Ann Tipton Lesslie
Ann Tipton is a graduate of Furman University, where she doubled majored in Political Science and French. While at Furman, she wrote for the university’s newspaper and tutored undergraduate students in French. Because of her interest in French language and culture she participated in a semester study abroad program in Versailles, France...
Alaina attended school at the University of South Carolina, majoring in Broadcast Journalism. After graduation, she got her first taste of life in Athens while working as a television news anchor and reporter at a CBS station that covered the Athens area. She then took her talents to . . . .
David is a graduate of the University of Virginia, where he majored in History and minored in Religious Studies. David, a former debate team captain and basketball coach, also led a research team for the Rutherford Institute on civil liberties project. He was editor-in-chief of a political periodical at UVA . . .
Krunal attended the University of Georgia and majored in Political Science as an undergraduate student. As a child he always knew he wanted to attend law school and after graduation his search for the perfect law school began. Wanting to expand his horizons, he originally wanted to attend a law school . . .
After attending the University of Georgia as an undergraduate, Brad initially thought he should leave Athens for law school. He thought he would only be able to find the full law school experience in a new environment. In hindsight, he finds, he couldn't have been more wrong. After researching and visiting schools. . . .
Jasmine attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro where she earned her undergraduate and master degrees in Communication Studies, all while playing basketball for the university. As a student-athlete, Jasmine worked hard to balance basketball and her future. During college, she worked as a communications intern for the NBA. . . .
Jan Margaret Rogers
Jan Margaret has a passion for the welfare of children and is concerned generally with social justice issues. During college, she volunteered for a small international nonprofit agency where she tackled social justice issues for youth in Mexico. She also interned in the Juvenile Division of the Nashville Metro Public Defender's Office. In the year after graduation. . . .
Professor Lonnie T. Brown
Lonnie T. Brown, Jr., joined the faculty of the University of Georgia School of Law in the fall of 2002 and teaches courses in civil procedure, legal profession and conflict of laws. His recent scholarship includes: "Ramsey Clark" in the Yale Biographical Dictionary of American Law (2009) . . . .
Professor Julian A. Cook
Julian A. Cook III joined the University of Georgia School of Law faculty in the fall of 2006 and was named a J. Alton Hosch Professor in 2008. He came to the law school with nearly 10 years of legal teaching experience, having most recently been at Michigan State University. Specializing in criminal law . . . .
Professor Lisa Milot
Lisa Milot joined the Georgia Law faculty in 2007 as an assistant professor specializing in federal taxation and property law. Milot comes to Georgia Law with a considerable amount of law firm experience. For five years prior to joining the faculty, she practiced with the tax firm of Ivins, Phillips & Barker . . . .
Professor Kellie Casey Monk
Kellie Casey Monk joined the law school as director of advocacy in the fall of 2000. She teaches appellate advocacy and serves as director of the law school's award-winning moot court and mock trial programs. In only her first year of leadership, the advocacy programs reached new heights . . . .
Professor David Shipley
David E. Shipley joined the University of Georgia School of Law faculty as dean and professor of law in July 1998. Shipley has been teaching courses on civil procedure, copyright, administrative law and remedies since returning to the classroom. He also helped establish the law school's new semester abroad program . . . .