Today, the University of Georgia School of Law welcomes an incredible array of students from around the world, including the most academically credentialed J.D. class in history.
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.
Summer public interest fellowships provide important hands-on learning opportunities for law students. At the School of Law, financial support for these experiences has been on an upward trajectory since 2017.
Congratulations to Huong Vy "Cindy" Phan for winning a $25,000 scholarship from the AccessLex Institute.
The latest U.S. News & World Report rankings validate the University of Georgia School of Law’s vision of being one of the best returns on investment in legal education.
School of Law graduate Michael L. Goldberg (J.D.’97) is furthering his support of our law students by making an additional gift to the Michael Louis Goldberg Scholarship Fund.
The School of Law was featured on Law.com for providing scholarship aid to every first-generation college graduate enrolled in its Juris Doctor program. The article was written by Christine Charnosky and published 3/7/22.
Randall D. “Randy” Quintrell, a 1985 University of Georgia School of Law graduate, has been memorialized by more than 100 donors with a scholarship bearing his name.
The School of Law is pleased to share that 2001 alumnus Gardiner Thompson became the most recent University of Georgia School of Law graduate to create an endowed scholarship supporting first-generation college graduates.