UGA features McDaniel as an Amazing Student

Monday, October 18, 2010

Congratulations to third-year law student C. Blake McDaniel who is featured on UGA's homepage as an "Amazing Student."


Inaugural class of UGA Board of Visitors includes elected officials, business and community leaders; six Georgia Law alumni

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Six Georgia Law alumni have been appointed to serve on the university's inaugural board of visitors, which aims to build relationships between UGA and the state's elected officials, business leaders and community organizations. William D. Barwick (J.D.'74), Donna G. Barwick (J.D.'77), R. Alex Crumbley (J.D.'66), David E. Ralston (J.D.'80), Mark F. Taylor (J.D.'82) and Frank L. Wilson III (J.D.'79) will serve on the 35 member panel through 2012.


Political commentator Paul Begala to speak at UGA

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Paul Begala, political commentator and former counselor to President Bill Clinton, will speak at the University of Georgia on Oct. 20. He will meet with Georgia Law students at 10:30 a.m. in Classroom B of the law school and will also deliver a public presentation in the chapel later in the day.


UGA School of Law hosts lecture on international business law

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Georgia Law's Dean Rusk Center presents "The 10 Essential Tools to Become an International Business Lawyer," featuring alumnus and international business law expert Christof Siefarth. The talk will take place Oct. 26 at 4:30 p.m. on the fourth floor of Dean Rusk Hall. It is being held in memory of long-time Georgia Law faculty member Gabriel M. Wilner, who passed away in May of this year, and is sponsored by the law school's LL.M. Alumni Association.


Georgia Law has strong showing at national civil rights moot court competition

Monday, October 11, 2010

Congratulations to third-year students Erik B. Chambers, Shemanne T. Davis, Andrew J. King and Sean M. Malone for delivering a standout performance at the National Emory Civil Rights and Liberties Moot Court Competition. Davis, who was named best oralist, and her partner Chambers, who was named 3rd best oralist, advanced to the semi-final round of the tournament where they were narrowly defeated by a team from St Mary's School of Law.

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