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LoMonte publishes article in the Journal of Business & Technology Law

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Brumby Scholar Frank D. LoMonte has published "Fouling the First Amendment: Why Colleges Can't, and Shouldn't, Control Student Athletes' Speech on Social Media" in 9 Journal of Business & Technology Law 1 (2014).


Baradaran presents on regulation

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Assistant Professor Mehrsa Baradaran presented "Regulation by Hypothetical" at the Tulane University Law School's banking forum during April.


Watson receives Southeastern Association of Law Libraries Service Award

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Congratulations to Law Library Director Carol A. Watson for receiving the Southeastern Association of Law Libraries Service Award at the organization's annual meeting. The honor is presented to a chapter member who has made special, significant and sustained contributions to the chapter.


Students gain victory in U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Congratulations to third-year Appellate Litigation Clinic students Victoria A. Cuneo and Steven L. Strasberg, who earned a victory for their client in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in the case of Austin v. Plumley. After full briefing and oral argument, the court vacated the judgment of the district court and remanded for the district court to issue a conditional writ of habeas corpus.


Wilson to lead law school's career development office

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Susan J. Wilson recently became Georgia Law’s executive director of career development, overseeing the school’s legal career services and professional development programs. Dean Rebecca H. White said she was pleased that Wilson was able to join her team to lead the school’s important efforts in career services and professional development.  “This is such a critical area for our students and the law school. I am confident Susan will bring fresh insights and make valuable contributions to these programs and the law school more generally.”

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