Congratulations to the Class of 2020 for posting an Ultimate Bar Passage rate of 97.7%, meaning close to 98% of these graduates who sat for the bar exam within one year of graduation passed.
In the moot court system, the University of Georgia is represented by two separate but equally important groups of second- and third-year law students. This is their story. DUN DUN!
Not every Georgia Bulldog wears red and black when they step on the court.
The Jane W. Wilson Family Justice Clinic, which provides survivors of domestic violence with direct representation as well as legal and extra-legal support – is on pace to assist more individuals than ever before in a calendar year.
The Wilbanks Child Endangerment and Sexual Exploitation Clinic – the first of its kind in the nation – is dedicated to legal representation and advocacy for survivors of child sexual abuse in civil litigation and juvenile court dependency proceedings.
Assistant Professor Adam D. Orford and second-year students Hanna C. Dunnavant and Frank G.
Congratulations to the University of Georgia School of Law graduates who took the Georgia bar exam for the first time at the February 2022 sitting.
Appellate Litigation Clinic participant and third-year student Tinsley J. Stokes argued before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit in Smith v.
Access Services Manager Marie Mize was featured on UGA Today regarding her work in the Alexander Campbell King Law Library.
With the help of two School of Law clinics and seven-plus years of advocacy, an immigrant grandmother has gained lawful presence in the United States.