Student Organization Resources
News & Priority Tasks
Law School Student Organization Leader Training will be Monday, April 6, 2015 in Classroom A from 12:30-1:30 p.m. Each student organization should plan to send the lead officer of the organization for 2015-16; however, there is no limit to the number of officers that may attend from an organization. Lunch will be served so please RSVP no later than noon on Thursday, April 2 to email@example.com.
UGA Law Student Organizations must register with the Center for Student Organizations at the Tate Center. See stuorgs.uga.edu for details regarding this process.
Expenditures Report form
Useful Links & Information
LAWORG-ANNOUNCE@listserv.uga.edu is a moderated list to which students can post messages. While all incoming students will be subscribed to these lists, in fact, students may unsubscribe or resubscribe from these lists whenever they choose.
This listserv triggers your message to about 700 enrolled law students. FYI, although enrolled students can opt-ON or -OFF this listserv, in practice only a handful are -OFF at any given time.
Student posters must be fully aware of all rules governing student use of listservs, as follows:
- All postings must be consistent with all University of Georgia and University of Georgia School of Law rules and guidelines, along with all relevant laws of the United States and the State of Georgia.
- All proposed postings must be approved before appearing on the listserv. The moderator charged with the responsibility for enforcing the rules is Tricia Hackleman, the Law School's Student Affairs Advisor. The posting rules shall be construed liberally by the moderator.
- The moderating function will be exercised during working hours during weekdays (Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.).
- The listservs will only accept a message posted from an enrolled law student's @uga.edu account and addressed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
LAWORG-ANNOUNCE messages must relate to one of the following categories:
a) announcement by officers of recognized Law School student organizations concerning meetings, events, projects, achievements and similar matters; announcements may not contain any reference to the sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages; or,
b) lost and found messages posted by individual law students concerning property lost or found in the Law School.
More student listserv information at < law.uga.edu/georgia-law-e-communications >.