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E. Burch publishes article in Vanderbilt Law Review

Monday, February 27, 2017

Kirbo Chair of Law Elizabeth Chamblee Burch has published "Monopolies in Multidistrict Litigation" in 70 Vanderbilt Law Review 67 (2017).


Keynote address at WIPI Conference featured in Athens-Banner Herald

Monday, February 27, 2017

Georgia Law's 12th Annual Working in the Public Interest Law Conference was featured in the Athens Banner-Herald, regarding the event's keynote address, which was delivered by Francys Johnson (J.D.'04). The article titled "Far right seeks to 'deconstruct' the nation, Georgia NAACP President Francys Johnson says" was written by Lee Shearer and was published 2/25/17. 


Panelist at WIPI Conference featured in Athens-Banner Herald

Monday, February 27, 2017

Georgia Law's 12th Annual Working in the Public Interest Law Conference was featured in the Athens-Banner Herald, regarding the thoughts of Jamie Roberts, a panelist at the conference. The article titled "Among most vulnerable: those behind bars, panelists say" was written by Lee Shearer and was published 2/26/17. 


Police believe UGA law student's death 16 years ago can be solved

Monday, February 27, 2017

Former Georgia Law student Tara Baker was featured in an Athens-Banner Herald article regarding police efforts to identify the person responsible for her death. Baker was killed 16 years ago. The article titled "Still no arrest 16 years after UGA law student's murder, but police believe the case can be solved" was written by Joe Johnson and was published 2/26/17. 


Two Georgia Law teams to advance to national round in Transactional LawMeet competition

Monday, February 27, 2017

Congratulations to third-year students Molly H. Cash and Hannah R. Coleman, and third-year student Benjamin M. "Ben" Hill and second-year student Steven D. "Steve" Zavodnick for finishing as regional finalists in their respective Transactional LawMeet tournaments held in Denver and Dallas recently. Both teams qualified to advance to the national tier of the tournament to be held in New York City during March. Only 14 teams advanced out of a field of 84 in this national tournament involving the preparation of a complex mergers and acquisitions document and oral negotiations. Georgia Law graduates assisting these teams in getting ready for the contest included Robert C. "Rob" Davis III (J.D.'99), Amanda L. Norcross (J.D.'05) and Rhys T. Wilson (J.D.'79). Also, second-year student Hailey R. Wilson helped with preparations.    

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