Introducing Professor Perry Binder’s “Justice Cases for the Classroom” Blog

Professor Perry Binder, who offers Legal Studies courses in the Robinson College of Business and is a member of the GSU Pre-Law Advising network, maintains a blog on which he posts about interesting legal cases past and present. The blog is called “Justices Cases for the Classroom” and is intended for anyone interested in law […]

Pre-Law Society Holding First Meeting on Thursday 9/7 3:00-4:30 (@ GSU College of Law)

The GSU Pre-Law Society (formerly known as Pre-Law Club) is holding its first meeting on Thursday 9/7 from 3:00-4:30 at GSU College of Law. Fritz Kroncke, an academic adviser from the Honors College, will be guest speaker. Topics of discussion will include Pre-Law Society member benefits and year overview; the dual JD/BA program; and advisement at GSU. […]

Internship Opportunity with Atlanta Legal Aid

Atlanta Legal Aid is seeking an undergraduate intern to work with them this Fall semester. The intern’s responsibilities would include client intake, research projects, and working on website content. The position is unpaid and is for ten hours per week.  Days and times are flexible. If you are interested, please send your resume to attorney Hilary […]

Application Due May 17 for Chance to GET IMMEDIATE ACCESS to FREE HIGH QUALITY LSAT PREPARATION from Khan Academy

As most of you already know, Khan Academy is famous for providing free high quality educational materials for nearly every subject taught in K-12 and also for standardized tests, like the SAT. As the video above shows, Khan Academy has recently announced a new partnership with Law School Admissions Council to produce free high quality LSAT […]

2017-2018 Pre-Law Club Executive Board Officers Elected

The Pre-Law Club has elected its officers for the Executive Board for the 2017-2018 year. As faculty adviser for the Club, I’d like to say I’m proud of, and grateful for, the outgoing Board for their tremendous service. Two officers — President, Usra Mohamed, and Vice President, Joey Velazquez — are graduating this semester after […]

Deadline Extended to May 8 for Applying for CLEO’s “Achieving Success in the Application Process (ASAP)” Summer Seminar

For details about ASAP, and to apply, click here. Where: Emory University School of Law When: June 10-11, 2017 Who Is Eligible for ASAP?: College juniors, seniors and post-graduates who plan to apply to law school can participate in ASAP. What: Intensive weekend to help participants develop the tools they need to understand the application process […]

Fall Course Offering: Legal Issues in International Business (LGLS 4080 or IB 4080) with Professor Margaret B. Sherman

Professor Sherman has provided a flier about her Fall course entitled “Legal Issues in International Business.” Click here to view the flier. Here’s an excerpt: This course addresses the business and legal issues of international trade and private commercial transactions. We study all types of international business transactions: import/export, distributorships, technology transfers, and foreign direct […]