Learn more about Georgia Law and the prominent Georgians who once graced the school's hallways by viewing oral histories that have been recorded.
Georgia Law welcomes 11 law students from the countries of Brazil and the Dominican Republic. As part of the law school's Transnational Law Program, they will study international law, human rights law, environmental law, U.S. constitutional law and U.S. criminal law in Athens for one week.
Woodruff Chair in International Law Diane Marie Amann presented a talk titled “The Post-Postcolonial Woman or Child” while serving as the Distinguished Discussant for the 16th Annual Grotius Lecture at the American Society of International Law’s Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., during April.
Assistant Professor Mehrsa Baradaran was featured in the Bloomberg View regarding a paper she published on bank regulation. The article was written by Jonathan Weil and appeared on 4/10/14.
Student Professional Development Director Beth Shackleford was selected to be an advisory group member for the National Association of Law Placement's Professional Development Quarterly publication. She joins this seven-member panel of representatives from national law firms, Harvard Law School and Armstrong Talent Development to provide editorial guidance and support to the staff of the journal, which covers attorney professional development as well as legal career development and talent management.
Congratulations to third-year Appellate Litigation Clinic students Victoria A. Cuneo and Steven L. Strasberg, who earned a victory for their client in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in the case of Austin v. Plumley. After full briefing and oral argument, the court vacated the judgment of the district court and remanded for the district court to issue a conditional writ of habeas corpus.