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Messages from the Dean
School of Law welcomes its newest students; Law school creates Veterans Legal Services Clinic, renowned alumnus contributes lead gift; Record-breaking public interest fellowships; World-class faculty; Student Spotlight: Second-year student Kristin Kennedy Williams; Class Notes and In Memoriam and Upcoming events.
Three national titles in 10 days and a victory in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit; Alumni/alumnae and supporters receive significant honors; School sees improvement in employment stats and continues to be recognized as for its return on investment; Hunstein to deliver Commencement keynote; Faculty highlights; Student spotlight: Second-year student Shayla J. Bivins; Class Notes & In Memoriam and Upcoming events.
New York Times recognizes Georgia Law as a great return on investment; Adams and Hicks win national Scribes Brief-Writing Award; Bishop argue before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit; Law firm honors parnter and legal leader with endowed scholarship; UGA presents President's Medal Kurtz; Law school to honor distinguished grads during annual Alumni/Alumnae Weekend; Wilbanks CEASE Clinic holds its first conference; Faculty highlights; Spotlight: Second-year student Taryn P. Winston; Class Notes & In Memoriam; Upcoming events.
Messages from the Dean
A strong foundation of ideas and thought leadership; World-class practice preparation; An unwavering focus on service; Quality legal education at a good value; What is your commitment?
Georgia Law launches women's leadership initiative
In celebration of its own women leaders and in an effort to nurture women who will lead in the future, the University of Georgia School of Law this year is spearheading Georgia WILL (Georgia Women in Law Lead).
Georgia Women in Law Lead highlights pathbreakers; Jurists bring real world experience to the classroom; Inaugural class of distinguished law fellows named; Mentor program creates new level of student support; Faculty influence legal discussion and policy, receive multiple fellowships and grants
Courtroom dedicated in honor of Butler family; Students argue before the U.S. Court of Appeals in the Fourth and D.C. Circuits; Federal judge discusses process of sentencing; Two professors win national scholarship awards; Two professors elected to prestigious organizations; Commit to Georgia campaign launches with focus on students; Mentoring program deemed a success; Spotlight: Second-year Tyler M. Sandifer; Spotlight: Alumnus Neil H. Wasser (J.D.'80); Class Notes & In Memoriam; Upcoming Events.
Alston Distinguished Law Fellows named; Five jurists, including a U.S. Supreme Court justice, teach law courses; Georgia Law launches mentor program; Entering class boasts highest median GPA in history; Faculty highlights; Spotlight: Third-year student Hannah S. Sells; Class Notes & In Memoriam; Upcoming Events.
Georgia Law students and Appellate Litigation Clinic secure rare presidential clemency grant for indigent client; Advocacy teams sweep intrastate competition and post strong finishes nationally and internationally; Justice Thomas, Deputy Attorney Yates, a federal judge, a state representative and a legal scholar serve as spring speakers; Faculty accomplishments; Alumni/Alumnae Weekend highlights; Spotlight: Timothy C. "Tim" Batten Sr. (J.D.'84); Spotlight: Third-year student David T. "Ty" Adams; Class Notes & In Memoriam; Upcoming Events including Commencement (5/21) and Homecoming (10/15); The Georgia Law Challenge.
Elite fellowship created with Goddard Foundation gift; Alumna chosen to lead Wilbanks CEASE clinic; Georgia Law in Atlanta begins operation; Team wins Craven national moot court competition; Would you like to serve as a career resource for students?; Spotlight: Michael L. "Mike" McGlamry (J.D.'82); Spotlight: Third-year student Eleanor "Keith" Emanuel; Class Notes & In Memoriam; Verdicts and Settlements; Upcoming Events including Alumni/Alumnae Weekend (March 18-19).
Messages from the Dean
Delivering first-rate legal training; Fostering world-class ideas; Serving our state and nation; A good value that affords opportunity; The year ahead.
ALI Young Scholars Medal Winner; Acclaimed book on future of banking; Fourteen experiential learning opportunities; Former students donate almost $6 million in gifts and pledges.