Learn more about Georgia Law and the prominent Georgians who once graced the school's hallways by viewing oral histories that have been recorded.
Associate Professor Alexander W. Scherr recently published the 2012-2013 edition of Green’s Georgia Law of Evidence, a leading text on Georgia evidence law. The new edition reflects Georgia’s adoption of the federal rules of evidence and assesses the impact of the new code on prior Georgia law and its creation of new areas of argument.
Congratulations to second-year law student Katherine P. O'Shea for her second-place finish in the GRAMMY Foundation's Entertainment Law Initiative Writing Competition. As one of the competition winners, O'Shea will get the opportunity to present her paper titled "Rebranding Digital Music Theft and the Graduated Response Model In the United States" in front of approximately 500 entertainment law attorneys at the 15th Annual Entertainment Law Initiative Luncheon & Scholarship Presentation during February.
Congratulations to third-year law students Lucas D. Bradley, Michael C. Gretchen and Matthew V.H. Noller for their top two finish out of more than 150 teams at this year's National Moot Court Competition. Additionally, Gretchen was named Best Oralist of the competition.
Callaway Chair Emeritus Ronald L. Carlson was quoted in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding the circumstances of allowing an insanity or mental illness defense to be brought to the court after pretrial hearings. The article was written by Marcus K. Garner and appeared on 1/30/13.
Associate Professor Fazal Khan recently presented "The Challenge of Regulating Epigenetic Risk" at the Global Health Center Seminar on epigenetics and environment justice at the Oregon Health & Science University during January.