Georgia Law ranks in top 10 for most financial value

Thursday, March 31, 2011

In a recent U.S. News & World Report ranking, Georgia Law placed in the top 10 law schools for providing the "most financial value" at graduation.  The listing looked at first-year salaries relative to debt load.    


Athens musicians get a little help from the law

Monday, March 21, 2011

Georgia Law's Sports and Entertainment Law Society was featured in the Athens Banner-Herald regarding their collaboration with UGA's Music Business Program titled "Protect Athens Music." The joint endeavor will include a free workshop for local musicians on March 23. The article was written by Julie Phillips and appeared on 3/18/2011.


Entitlements must change, U.S. rep says

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Georgia Law was mentioned in the Athens Banner-Herald for hosting U.S. Rep Jack Kingston, R-Savannah, for a talk about federal budget cuts. The article was written by Blake Aued and appeared on 3/8/11.


Savannah Mayor's Statements Could Attract Legal Action

Monday, February 14, 2011

Visiting Professor William R. Corbett was quoted on WSAV TV regarding potential lawsuits that could be filed in light of a mayor's comments concerning his criteria for a city manager in Savannah, Ga. The segment was written by Alice Massimi and appeared on 2/11/11.


Courting Trouble: Why congressional efforts to hobble the EPA may result in a lot more environmental regulation

Friday, February 11, 2011

Associate Professor Peter A. Appel has authored an article in Slate magazine regarding several newly proposed congressional bills that would strip the EPA of its authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. The article appeared on 2/10/11.

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