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New fellowships expand public interest opportunities at Georgia Law, Students take summer placements in Georgia and around the world

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

As the academic year comes to a close, the University of Georgia School of Law has announced the creation of three new fellowship opportunities, which combined with existing support will allow more than 20 rising second- and third-year students to take summer positions in the public interest arena. Public interest fellowship recipients will spend the next few months working in legal placements including public defender’s and prosecutor’s offices, nonprofit agencies, a law school clinic and the U.S. Department of Justice. Three placements will take students overseas to Phnom Penh, Jerusalem and Bangkok.


Law Students Take a Different Summer Path and Go In-House

Monday, June 6, 2016

Georgia Law Senior Director of Career Development Kenny R. Tatum was quoted in the Daily Report regarding law students working in in-house legal departments during the summer months. The article was written by Kristen Rasmussen and was published 6/3/16.


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Levin publishes article in Washington and Lee Law Review

Monday, June 6, 2016

Associate Professor Hillel Y. Levin has published "To Accommodate or Not to Accommodate:  (When) Should the State Regulate Religion to Protect the Rights of Children and Third Parties?" in 73 Washington and Lee Law Review 915 (2016) (with A.J. Jacobs and K.S. Arora).


Baradaran featured in Slate

Friday, June 3, 2016

Hosch Associate Professor Mehrsa Baradaran was featured in Slate regarding her thoughts on proposed new rules for the payday loan industry. The article titled "The Payday Loan Industry is Awful. But If the Government Kills It, Where Will Poor Americans Turn?" was written by Jordan Weissman and was published 6/2/16.


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Barnett publishes article in Indiana Law Journal

Friday, June 3, 2016

Assistant Professor Kent Barnett has published "Standing for (and up to) Separation of Powers" in 91 Indiana Law Journal 665 (2016).

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