The Criminal Law Society was founded to provide all students at the University of Georgia School of Law with the opportunity to engage in informational meetings, panels, and networking events with practicing attorneys in order to give students interested in a criminal law career a chance to engage with the field beyond the constraints of the classroom. The field of criminal law is ever changing, and the Criminal Law Society aims to promote the professional and ethical growth of future lawyers who are mindful of the complex and difficult issues they will encounter every day as prosecutors and defenders. In order to accomplish these goals, the Criminal Law Society at UGA will seek to host guest speakers from all areas of criminal law, debates on relevant current events, and networking events that seek to show criminal law from various viewpoints.
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