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E. Burch featured by Reuters

Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Callaway Chair Elizabeth Chamblee Burch was featured in a Reuters news video regarding the opioid litigation in West Virginia. The segment titled "West Virginia opioids trial seen as test case amid thousands of suits" was reported by Brendan Pierson and published 5/4/21.


Kadri featured on Bloomberg Law

Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Assistant Professor Thomas E. Kadri was featured on Bloomberg Law regarding the use of shared consumer data on social media platforms by other parties. The article titled "Scraping Episodes Highlight Debate Over Anti-Hacking Law's Scope" was written by Andrea Vittorio and published 5/4/21.


UGA moot court program ranked 2nd in nation

Wednesday, May 5, 2021

The School of Law's moot court program was recently ranked number two in the nation based on competition performances during the 2020-21 academic year. The University of Houston Law Center compiles this ranking to determine which 16 law schools to invite to its Hunton Andrews Kurth Moot Court National Championship each spring. UGA has won this "best of the best" competition twice and finished as finalists twice in the tournament's 12-year history.


Brown featured on Ralph Nader Radio Hour

Monday, May 3, 2021

Cleveland Distinguished Chair of Legal Ethics and Professionalism & Meigs Distinguished Teaching Professor Lonnie T. Brown Jr. was featured on the Pacifica Radio Network's "Ralph Nader Radio Hour" regarding his book Defending the Public's Enemy: The Life and Legacy of Ramsey Clark. The show titled "We Need a New Fairness Doctrine" aired 5/1/21.


First Amendment Clinic files amicus brief

Monday, May 3, 2021

The First Amendment Clinic has filed an amicus brief in the case ACLU v. Zeh urging the Georgia Supreme Court to correct a ruling by the state Court of Appeals that could weaken free speech and free press protections under Georgia’s anti-Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation statute. The brief was primarily authored by clinic Director Clare R. Norins and third-year student Michael Sloman, with contributions from the University of Virginia School of Law’s First Amendment Clinic. 

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