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Georgia Law launches women’s leadership initiative

Friday, October 28, 2016

In celebration of its own women leaders and in an effort to nurture women who will lead in the future, the School of Law this year is spearheading Georgia WILL (Georgia Women in Law Lead). Events in the next twelve months will feature women, including members of the Georgia Law community, who are national and international pathbreakers in law, business, and public service. One highlight event will occur at the annual meeting of the Association of American Law Schools in San Francisco, where Georgia Law will host a brainstorming session for women professors who are or are interested in becoming law school or university administrators; another, at Georgia Law’s Athens main campus, where IntLawGrrls contributors will convene in March for a conference marking the blog’s 10th birthday.


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Khan presents at the University of Illinois College of Law

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Associate Professor Fazal R. Khan presented "Rethinking Public Health Post 9/11" at the University of Illinois College of Law during October.


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Rodrigues featured in the Chattanooga Times Free Press

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Associate Dean for Faculty Development Usha Rodrigues was featured in the Chattanooga Times Free Press regarding her thoughts on the bankruptcy system. The article titled "Here's why lawyers get a better deal than doctors in Hutcheson's bankruptcy" was written by Tyler Jett and was published 10/24/16. 


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Turner presents on autonomous-vehicle technology

Monday, October 24, 2016

Associate Professor Christian Turner presented with Georgia Law Professor Joseph S. Miller on the legal issues raised by autonomous-vehicle technology at the State Bar of Georgia's annual Tech Law Institute during October. The session was recorded as an episode of the pair's "Oral Argument" podcast. 


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Miller presents on autonomous-vehicle technology

Monday, October 24, 2016

Professor Joseph S. Miller presented with Georgia Law Associate Professor Christian Turner on the legal issues raised by autonomous-vehicle technology at the State Bar of Georgia's annual Tech Law Institute during October. The session was recorded as an episode of the pair's "Oral Argument" podcast. 

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