Law school enrollment down in U.S., but not at UGA

Monday, January 6, 2014

While many law schools across the country saw a decrease in enrollment figures, Georgia Law actually recorded an increase. Associate Dean for Administration Paul B. Rollins commented in the Athens Banner-Herald about the law school's enrollment statistics. The article was written by Lee Shearer and was published 12/25/13.


Retroactive immunity for the consul?

Thursday, December 19, 2013

Associate Dean for Faculty Development & Talmadge Chair Peter B. "Bo" Rutledge was quoted in a Thomson Reuters article regarding whether or not diplomatic immunity can be retroactive. The article was written by Allison Frankel and appeared on 12/19/13.


50 Years After New York Times v. Sullivan

Monday, December 16, 2013

Georgia Law was featured on C-SPAN's website regarding a conference the school hosted on Nov. 6 titled "The Press and the Constitution 50 Years After New York Times v. Sullivan." The first two panels can be found in the C-SPAN video library.


Censorship 101: What schools are really teaching students when we let them censor their speech

Thursday, December 12, 2013

Associate Professor Sonja R. West published "Censorship 101: What schools are really teaching students when we let them censor their speech" in Slate magazine regarding how the U.S. Supreme Court has "slowly chipped away" at students' right to express their views at school. The article appeared on 12/6/13.


IP law in 2014: A moving target

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Professor Joseph S. Miller was featured in the Daily Report regarding his thoughts on the Supreme Court rulings on the topic of patent law. The article was written by Mary Helen Martin and appeared on 12/2/13.

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