2018 Council on Legal Education Opportunity (CLEO) “ASAP” Seminars

The Council on Legal Education Opportunity (CLEO) is a national organization, founded in 1968, that seeks to expand opportunities for minority and low-income students to attend law school. Among other things, each year CLEO hosts “ASAP” Seminars, which stands for Achieving Success in the law school Application Process. At these seminars, students are provided guidance on […]

Event this Friday (April 6): “What the 1L?: First Year of Law School Demystified”

Professor Ryan Grelecki of the Center for the Advancement of Students and Alumni will be moderating a panel discussion this Friday (April 6) from 12:30pm-2:00pm in Langdale Hall 1076 entitled “What the 1L?: First Year of Law School Demystified.” The panel will consist of first-year law students attending GSU College of Law who received undergraduate degrees from […]

GSU Mock Trial Makes History / Qualifies for National Tournament

For the first time in school history, GSU’s undergraduate Mock Trial team has qualified for the American Mock Trial Association’s annual National Championship Tournament. The tournament, which this year will take place in Minneapolis April 20-22, features the top 48 teams in the country. That GSU broke into the top 48 is quite impressive since […]

GSU College of Law Symposium this Friday (April 6): “From the Crime Scene to the Courtroom: The Future of Forensic Science Reform”

Georgia State University Law Review invites all interested students, faculty, and legal community members to its April 6 symposium, From the Crime Scene to the Courtroom: The Future of Forensic Science Reform. The symposium will bring together attorneys, judges, academics, law enforcement, forensic scientists, and policymakers for debate and dialogue about the state of forensic […]

Opportunity for Paid Position in Local Law Office

Alan Paulk is a civil litigator with a solo practice in Vinings. He specializes in real estate litigation, primarily involving disputes with contractors and builders. (Visit the Paulk Law Corporation website for more information.) Here is the position announcement: “We’re looking for a new personal assistant, with responsibilities to include such things as: Taking phone calls Managing the daily […]

Friday, March 2: Professor Joe Soss Presents “Preying on the Poor: Criminal Justice as Revenue Racket”

This Friday (March 2), the Department of Public Management and Policy hosts a lecture by Joe Soss entitled “Preying on the Poor: Criminal Justice as Revenue Racket” as part of the 2018 PMAP Speaker Series.  It will be held at 302 Aderhold. When: Friday, March 2, 2018 at 11:00am Where: 302 Aderhold Learning Center (60 Luckie Street NW)