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 First-rate Preparation – including world-class, hands-on, purpose-driven educational experiences – so its students can become future leaders for state and society. This commitment also supports the school’s vision to be the best return on investment in legal education.

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

University of Georgia Again Leads State's Law Schools on July Bar Exam

The School of Law was featured in the Daily Report regarding its graduates leading the state for the tenth straight year in Georgia bar exam passage rates for first-time takers for the July/post-graduation sitting. The article was written by Everett Catts and published 10/20/23.

Price and Sauls win intramural mock trial competition

Congratulations to third-year student Benjamin K. "Ben" Price and Isaac D. "Zac" Sauls for winning the Intramural Mock Trial Competition. Many thanks to finalists Presley C. Sneed and Caitlin M.

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