Alumni in the News
Georgia Law graduates are often the focus of news stories appearing in a variety of media outlets.
In the News
Callaway Chair Emeritus Ronald L. Carlson was quoted by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding a lawsuit addressing whether a 2011 law allowing the governor to intervene in districts placed on probation by their accreditation agency is constitutional. The article was written by Ty Tagami and appeared on 3/22/13.
Associate Professor Hillel Y. Levin was quoted by AL.com, an Alabama news website, regarding Alabama's new education law that allows tax dollars to be used for religious schools. The article was written by Challen Stephens and appeared on 3/15/13.
Associate Professor Erica J. Hashimoto was quoted by NPR regarding whether or not indigent defendants are receiving adequate representation in today's court systems. The interview was conducted by Carrie Johnson and aired on 3/15/13.
Callaway Chair Emeritus Ronald L. Carlson was quoted by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding a recent Georgia Supreme Court ruling on the statute of limitations and how that affected a local theft case. The article was written by M.B. Pell and Andria Simmons and appeared on 3/14/13.
Associate Professor Hillel Y. Levin was quoted by AL.com, an Alabama news website, regarding a new bill in the state of Alabama that, if passed, could allow tax credits to either individuals or businesses that donate money to pay tuition at private schools for qualifying students. The article was written by Robert McClendon and appeared on 3/8/13.