The following news items demonstrate the School of Law’s commitment to building Authentic Relationships within its community – between faculty, staff, students and alumni/alumnae – as well as with distinguished jurists, legal practitioners and lawyers, corporate leaders, public servants and world-class scholars in pursuit of its vision to be the best return on investment in legal education.

Inaugural Edenfield Jurist in Residence Lecture featured on GPB

The School of Law's inaugural Edenfield Jurist in Residence Lecture featuring then-U.S. District Court Chief Judge Lisa Godbey Wood (J.D.'90) was mentioned on Georgia Public Broadcasting regarding sentencing in the Ahmaud Arbery cases. Wood's lecture focused on the topic of sentencing.

Candlelight memorial service to be held May 3

Thirty University of Georgia students, faculty and staff members who have died since April 2021 will be honored at the university’s annual candlelight memorial service on May 3 at 7 p.m. on the steps of the UGA Chapel.

UGA selected as ACS Student Chapter of the Week

Congratulations to the School of Law's American Constitution Society student group for being named Student Chapter of the Week by its national organization for the week of April 18.

UGA law school honors four for their service

The University of Georgia School of Law honored four individuals for their service during the school’s recent Awards Dinner at the State Botanical Gardens of Georgia.

UGA sweeps national moot court tournament

The School of Law claimed the top two trophies at the Southeastern Invitational National Moot Tournament. The team of second-year students Africa A. Buggs and Lucas J. Iddings argued against second-year students Nia N. Waller and Roby A. Jernigan, with Buggs and Iddings claiming the top spot.

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