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Barnett publishes article in Journal of Empirical Legal Studies

Thursday, August 16, 2018

Hosch Associate Professor Kent Barnett published "The Politics of Selecting Chevron Deference" in 15 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 597 (2018) (with C.L. Boyd and C.J. Walker). 


School of Law welcomes two new law librarians

Thursday, August 16, 2018

The UGA School of Law is pleased to welcome two new law librarians this fall: Outreach and Research Services Librarian Amy Taylor and Research and Copyright Services Librarian Stephen Wolfson. Taylor leads the law library’s outreach and communication efforts and also teaches legal research courses. She earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Alabama and her Master of Science in Library Science from The Catholic University of America. Wolfson provides research assistance to the law faculty and supervises the law library research assistant program. Additionally, he serves as the law library’s contact for issues relating to copyright, scholarly communication and research-related information policy matters and also teaches legal research courses. He earned his Juris Doctor from The Ohio State University and his Master of Science in Information Studies from the University of Texas at Austin.


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Brown serves as commentator at SEALS 2018

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Cleveland Distinguished Chair of Legal Ethics and Professionalism Lonnie T. Brown Jr. served as commentator on a panel discussing the forthcoming book Good Lawyers Make Good Societies: The Importance of Lawyers in the Twenty-First Century (R. Pearce and E. Wald) during the Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting during August. 


Kelleher and Weathersby argue before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

As part of the law school’s Appellate Litigation Clinic, third-year students Christopher “Chris” Kelleher and Alexander “Alex” Weathersby recently presented oral arguments on the same day in two separate cases before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. Kelleher represented the clinic’s client in Petersen v. Blanton, et al., a Section 1983 case against five correctional officers who broke the client's arm and left him in solitary confinement for two weeks with no medical care. Weathersby argued in the case Jones v. Secretary, Florida Department of Corrections, which is a habeas case that asked whether the clinic’s client "properly filed" his state post-conviction motion for purposes of tolling the deadline on his federal habeas petition. Class of 2018 graduates Jared B. Magnuson and Wheaton Webb wrote the briefs in both cases.


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Mayson publishes article in the Boston University Law Review

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Assistant Professor Sandra G. Mayson published "The Scale of Misdemeanor Justice" in 98 Boston University Law Review 731 (2018) (with M. Stevenson).

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