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E. Burch featured in Law360

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Callaway Chair Elizabeth Chamblee Burch was featured in Law360 regarding her thoughts on recent opioid settlements. The article titled "Questions Swirl Around Opioid MDL Bellwether Trial" was written by Jeff Overley and published 10/9/19.


Dennis featured in the Australian Broadcast Corporation News

Monday, October 7, 2019

Martin Chair Andrea L. Dennis was featured in the Australian Broadcast Corporation News regarding her expertise in the utilization of rap lyrics as evidence. The article titled "Can violent rap lyrics be evidence of criminality or does the law misunderstand music's biggest genre?" was written by Paul Donoughue and published 10/5/19.


Simon featured in Associated Press article

Monday, October 7, 2019

Assistant Professor Lindsey Simon was featured in an Associated Press article regarding the Purdue Pharma settlements. The article titled "Victims, families gain key role in Purdue Pharma bankruptcy case" was written by Carla K. Johnson and Geoff Mulvihill and published 10/7/19. The article appeared in media outlets across the globe including the Baltimore Sun, the Minneapolis Star Tribune and the Japan Times


Simon featured in Crain's New York Business

Monday, October 7, 2019

Assistant Professor Lindsey Simon was featured in Crain's New York Business regarding the buyer extension in the Barneys New York bankruptcy case. The article titled "As Barneys races to find a buyer, vendors fear getting left behind" was written by Catherine Curan and published 10/4/19.


Jackson selected as 2019 Daily Report Georgia Trailblazer

Thursday, October 3, 2019

Congratulations to Associate Director of Admissions and Diversity Programs Jenna L. Jackson for being selected as a 2019 Georgia Trailblazer by the Daily Report. This honor for being an "agent of change" recognizes Jackson for her leadership in the creation of the law school's Benham Scholars Program, which seeks to enhance diversity in the legal profession by recruiting students from underserved parts of the state to study law at UGA. 

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