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Evans presents at Drupal Camp Atlanta

Monday, September 28, 2020

Metadata Services & Special Collections Librarian Rachel S. Evans presented "Back to the Future with Higher Ed: A Sample of Drupal Sites at UGA " at DrupalCamp Atlanta during September (with D. Gray, L. Blais and D. Stanley).


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Barnett's article cited by the Federal Court of Claims

Friday, September 25, 2020

Hosch Associate Professor Kent Barnett's article "Regulating Impartiality in Agency Adjudication" (69 Duke Law Journal 1695 (2020)) was cited by the Federal Court of Claims in the case Arunachalam v. United States (Sept. 9, 2020).


UGA law school grant from Stanton Foundation to help keep families and pets together

Friday, September 25, 2020

Keeping families and their pets together during and after difficult times – such as the current pandemic – and improving the quality of life of companion animals and, by extension, people are the goals of a recently awarded grant provided by the Stanton Foundation to the University of Georgia School of Law Practicum in Animal Welfare Skills. 


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Dennis' book receives First Amendment Award

Thursday, September 24, 2020

Associate Dean and Martin Chair of Law Andrea L. Dennis received a First Amendment Award in the book publishing category for her title Rap on Trial: Race, Lyrics, and Guilt in America. This honor recognizes "individuals who have taken outstanding action to protect and enhance First Amendment rights" and is presented by the Hugh M. Hefner Foundation.


UGA to honor late judge with endowed lecture on race, law and policy

Thursday, September 24, 2020

With support from the University of Georgia’s Presidential Task Force on Race, Ethnicity and Community, the School of Law and School of Public and International Affairs have established the Judge Horace J. Johnson, Jr. Lecture on Race, Law and Policy in honor of the late jurist, who was a trailblazer for the Black community in Georgia. UGA’s Presidential Task Force on Race, Ethnicity and Community was created to develop initiatives and actions to foster a more welcoming and supportive learning environment on campus. This lecture is one of the first initiatives approved for funding by UGA President Jere W. Morehead, who has committed $1 million to fund recommendations from the task force.  

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