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Barnett's article reviewed in JOTWELL

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Associate Professor Kent Barnett's article "Chevron in the Circuit Courts" ((with C. Walker) forthcoming Michigan Law Review)  was reviewed by Richard Pierce in JOTWELL (September 6, 2016). In the review, Pierce calls the article a "pathbreaking study."

Baradaran featured in Yes! Magazine

Friday, September 2, 2016

Hosch Associate Professor Mehrsa Baradaran was featured in Yes! Magazine regarding her thoughts on the need for low income earners to have access to credit. The article titled "Banking on Justice" was written by James Trimarco and was published during September 2016.

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Hellerstein publishes chapter in Recent Developments in Value Added Taxes 2015

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Distinguished Research Professor & Shackelford Distinguished Professor in Taxation Law Emeritus Walter Hellerstein published “Specialized Courts in Multijurisdictional Systems: An American Perspective” in Recent Developments in Value Added Taxes 2015 (M. Lang, et al. eds.) (Linde, 2016). 

Tatum featured in GoodCall

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Georgia Law Senior Director of Career Development Kenny R. Tatum was quoted in GoodCall providing advice for recent law graduates starting their careers. The article titled "2016's Best Places for Law School Graduates" was published 8/9/16.

Georgia Law names inaugural Philip H. Alston, Jr. Distinguished Law Fellows

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Georgia Law has named the inaugural class of its Distinguished Law Fellows program. This elite fellowship program offers three law students annually the opportunity to receive a unique legal educational experience that includes domestic and international externships and guided research experiences, opportunities to meet some of the country’s top legal leaders and a full-tuition scholarship. The Philip H. Alston, Jr. Distinguished Law Fellows for 2016-17 are: first-year law student Lindsey R. Bunting, second-year law student Taryn P. Winston and third-year law student Katherine G. “Kate” Howard.