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Law students provide more than 80,000 service hours

Monday, January 25, 2021

In 2019-2020, School of Law students enrolled in clinical and field placement programs provided more than 80,000 uncompensated service hours. More than 24,000 of those hours occurred under the direct supervision of law school faculty members directing in-house clinical programs - all of which provide access to justice services for underrepresented communities and individuals.


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Sawyer publishes article in the Journal of Policy History

Monday, January 25, 2021

Associate Professor Logan E. Sawyer III published "Originalism from the Soft Southern Strategy to the New Right: Constitutional Politics of Sam Ervin Jr" in 33 Journal of Policy History 32 (2021).


E. Burch's book Mass Tort Deals reviewed by The New York Review of Books

Friday, January 22, 2021

Callaway Chair Elizabeth Chamblee Burch's book Mass Tort Deals: Backroom Bargaining in Multidistrict Litigation was review by The New York Review of Books. The article titled "Medicine Is Made for Men" was written by Alexandra D. Lahav and published in the 2/11/21 issue.


School of Law named champions and finalists of National Online Moot Court Competition

Friday, January 22, 2021

Two University of Georgia School of Law teams were named both the champions and finalists in the first ever National Online Moot Court Competition. A team comprised of second-year students Haley Kairab, Hannah Sbaity and Victoria Thornton captured the championship title, while a team of third-year students Alexa Dato, Justin Edge and Cameron Keen were named finalists. Additionally, Kairab was named the Best Oralist of the final round.


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Dennis presents as part of international series on the criminalization of rap lyrics

Thursday, January 21, 2021

Associate Dean and Martin Chair of Law Andrea L. Dennis presented as part of the United Kingdom's Garden Court Chambers' international series titled "Black Lives Matter - How the US and UK state criminalise Rap and how to combat it" during January.

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