Peters featured in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Assistant Professor Jonathan Peters was featured in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding DeKalb County's superintendent search. The article titled "DeKalb Schools officials tight-lipped on any leadership search info" was written by Marlon A. Walker and published 2/19/20. 


Bruner publishes article in JOTWELL

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Stembler Family Distinguished Professor in Business Law Christopher Bruner published a review of Marc Moore's article “Designing Dual Class Sunsets: The Case for a Transfer-Centered Approach” in JOTWELL. The review titled “Dual Class Stock in Comparative Context” was published 2/12/20. Bruner is a contributing editor to JOTWELL’s Corporate Law section.


E. Burch featured on Cleveland.com

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Callaway Chair Elizabeth Chamblee Burch was featured on Cleveland.com regarding the opioid settlement for Ohio's Cuyahoga and Summit counties. The article titled "Cuyahoga, Summit counties reaped benefits of settling early with opioid companies, officials say" was written by Eric Heisig and published 2/18/2020.


Peters featured in the Columbia Journalism Review

Monday, February 17, 2020

Assistant Professor Jonathan Peters was featured in the Columbia Journalism Review regarding the editorial independence of the Stars and Stripes. The article titled "Stars and Stripes and the First Amendment" was written by Jon Allsop and published 2/14/20.


Red Clay Conference featured on WUGA radio

Thursday, February 13, 2020

The annual Red Clay Conference and law student organizer Christopher J. “Chris” Bertrand were featured on WUGA radio regarding the upcoming conference titled "Overcoming Toxic Relationships." The story titled "UGA School of Law to Host Annual Red Clay Conference to Address Environmental Issues in Georgia" was reported by Melissa Ge and published 2/12/20.

Pages