Blue Carbon Law Symposium

The first Sea Grant Blue Carbon Law Symposium will convene legal scholars, ESG investors, conservation finance and carbon registry specialists, coastal and marine decision-makers, and scientists to co-create a whole-field understanding of the role and opportunity for coastal blue carbon investment.

Emerging Trends in Dispute Resolution in Georgia and the US


Join a panel of experts to discuss the future of Alternative Dispute Resolution in Georgia and the United States. Topics will include ADR systems design, neutral selection, evolving communication styles, emerging technologies, and large language models such as OpenAI’s ChatGPT series. This joint program of the University of Georgia School of Law and Miles Mediation & Arbitration will bring together professors, in-house counsel, and practicing neutrals for a wide-ranging and dynamic conversation. Please also join us for a cocktail reception following the program.

The Psychology of Persuasion in International Arbitration


The School of Law is proud to co-host this year’s Atlanta International Arbitration Society (AtlAS) annual lecture, featuring speaker R. Doak Bishop, Partner in the International Arbitration practice at King & Spalding in Atlanta.

This event will take place in the Walker Room of Rusk Hall. A networking reception with AtlAS members will immediately follow the lecture.

Dawg Day of Giving

For 24 hours, we're #CallingAllDawgs to make a gift of any size to any area of UGA. This collective display of Bulldog generosity will turn one day of giving into a lifetime of opportunities for UGA students.

Every gift counts and gets us one step closer to reaching our goal of 10,000 gifts by midnight on March 30! Join Bulldogs everywhere who are answering the call.

Holmes-Hunter Lecture delivered by Justice Verda Colvin (J.D.'90)


The Honorable Verda M. Colvin, a Georgia Supreme Court justice and UGA School of Law alumna, will present the 2023 Holmes-Hunter Lecture. 

Named in honor of Charlayne Hunter-Gault and Hamilton Holmes Sr., the first African American students to attend the University of Georgia, the lecture is sponsored by the Office of the President and focuses on race relations, civil rights and education. It has been held annually since 1985.

Hines Jurist in Residence Lecture with Justice Verda Colvin

The Hines Jurist in Residence Lecture will be delivered by Georgia Supreme Court Justice Verda Colvin (J.D.'90). Her talk is titled "Leadership in the 21st Century and Beyond: Where are the lawyers?" As a School of Law graduate herself, Justice Colvin will challenge our community to think nationally and globally about our place in our world as lawyers and our obligation to the greater good. 

A reception will follow the lecture.

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