The University of Georgia School of Law is redefining what it means to be a great national public law school. The following news items demonstrate the School of Law’s commitment to Connect members of its community – including faculty, staff, students and alumni/alumnae – with each other and with distinguished jurists, legal practitioners and lawyers, corporate leaders, public servants and world-class scholars in pursuit of its vision to provide a first-rate legal education – which includes quality hands-on educational experiences and service to state and society – as well as employment for its students and graduates.

Students log approx. 83,000 service-learning hours

During the 2022-23 academic year, approximately 420 School of Law students enrolled or re-enrolled in one of the school's clinic/externship programs and cumulatively engaged in roughly 83,000 service-learning hours. Approximately 25,000 of those hours occurred under the direct supervision of law

Veterans Legal Clinic helps veterans claim more than $3 million in benefits

The Veterans Legal Clinic has helped approximately 800 veterans and their family members claim more than $3 million in additional benefits during its first five years of operation. The clinic – which primarily assists former Georgia military members with claims before the U.S.

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