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Peters publishes article in Columbia Journalism Review

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Assistant Professor Jonathan Peters published "Here's how to stop think skinned bullies suing the media constantly" in the Columbia Journalism Review on 4/29/19 (with J. Schroeder). The article was featured in Politico's Morning Media and CNN's Reliable Sources.


Redmon featured in Daily Report

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Assistant Clinical Professor Melissa D. Redmon was featured in the Daily Report regarding the role of prosecutors in the justice system. The article titled "DA Paul Howard's Conviction Review Unit to Start With Wayne Williams Case" was written by Katheryn Tucker and published 4/29/19. 


School of Law grads top law firm partner list for 2019

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

The Daily Report tracked 82 lawyers who made partner in 2019 at Atlanta law firms. University of Georgia School of Law graduates outnumbered the field with 13. Class of 2008 alumnus Naveen Ramachandrappa and his partnership path were featured. The article titled "Atlanta's New Partner Class Has A Lot More Women" was written by Meredith Hobbs and published 4/26/19. 


Textbook grant program to save students $770K per year; law librarians receive funding

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

The University of Georgia has become a national leader in the use of free online textbooks, and a new grant program funded by the Provost’s Office will help save students even more money while improving the quality of their learning experience. This semester, 14 faculty members in 10 academic units - including the School of Law's Amy Taylor, clinical services and research librarian and Stephen Wolfson, research and copyright services librarian - received funding through the Affordable Course Materials Grant program to transition from costly textbooks to open educational resources. The $50,000 that was distributed through the program is expected to save 7,400 students a total of $770,000 in textbook costs each year.


UGA law professor offers tips to prevent future measles outbreaks

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Smith Professor Hillel Y. Levin, who has written extensively about vaccination law and policy and co-authored model legislation designed to improve vaccination compliance, advises schools about what policies they must, should, may, and may not adopt to protect their students. His recommendations were featured on WJCL-TV, the ABC affiliate in Savannah, on 4/30/19. 

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