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Eaton publishes article in William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Hosch Professor of Law Emeritus Thomas A. Eaton has published "Attorney's Fees, Nominal Damages, and Section 1983 Litigation" (with M. Wells) in 24 William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal 89 (2016).


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Wells publishes article in William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Carter Chair in Tort and Insurance Law Michael L. Wells has published "Attorney's Fees, Nominal Damages, and Section 1983 Litigation" (with T. Eaton) in 24 William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal 89 (2016).


Ringhand featured in The National Law Journal

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Hosch Professor Lori A. Ringhand was featured in The National Law Journal regarding the important programing about law student mental health that is included in Georgia Law's 1L orientation. The article "Law Schools Tackle Mental Health" was written by Karen Sloan and was published 5/10/16.


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Amann presents on the arms control legacy of Dean Rusk

Thursday, May 5, 2016

Associate Dean for International Programs and Strategic Initiatives & Woodruff Chair in International Law Diane Marie Amann presented "The Arms Control Legacy of Dean Rusk" in her role as discussant at a joint American Society of International Law and Dean Rusk International Law Center event, where the principal speaker was Mallory Stewart, the deputy assistant secretary of state for emerging security challenges and defense policy.


Georgia Law students and Appellate Litigation Clinic secure rare presidential clemency grant for indigent client

Thursday, May 5, 2016

President Barack Obama has granted a clemency petition prepared by students and faculty at Georgia Law's Appellate Litigation Clinic. The clinic first began work on Steven B. Boyd's case in 2013 when the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit referred the matter. Then-students Anne Horn Baroody (J.D.'14) and Bryan W. Lutz (J.D.'14) initially litigated the matter before the 11th Circuit, which remanded the case to the District Court for the Southern District of Georgia to decide a procedural question. After litigation on that question proved unsuccessful, then-students Elliott R. Gillooly (J.D.'15) and Matthew C. Mikkelsen (J.D.'15) and current third-year students Elliott C. Ream and Taylor Strickland prepared the clemency petition. All participating clinic students worked under the supervision of Associate Dean Erica J. Hashimoto and Professor Thomas V. Burch.

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