Mock Trial Crushes it at Regionals, Advances to National Qualifying Tournament

This weekend, one of GSU’s two undergraduate Mock Trial teams went 8-0 at the southeastern Regional Tournament in Columbia, SC, finishing in second place (behind Duke University) out of 24 teams and advancing to the Opening Round Championship Series (ORCS) in Greenville, SC in March. If they place in the top six at ORCS, they will […]

Applications Due for FSU’s Summer for Undergraduates Program

Florida State University College of Law’s “Summer for Undergraduates Program” is an ABA award-winning four-week summer program that provides students with an inside look at law school and the legal profession.  The application deadline is March 30th, however, they encourage students to apply early as they admit on a rolling basis beginning last month.  More information […]

March 8 Public Talk: “Wrongful Convictions, Framing, and Public Opinion”

The Zoukis Research Collaborative is hosting a public talk entitled “Wrongful Convictions, Framing, and Public Opinion” on Thursday, March 8, 2018, featuring Dr. Kevin Mullinix and Dr. Robert Norris . The Assistant Professors of Government and Justice Studies at Appalachian State Universiqty will be addressing some of their research on media frames and trust in […]

Free Copyright and Entertainment Law Career Event – Thursday, January 18

On Thursday, January 18, the Copyright Society of the USA will be hosting an event on copyright and entertainment law careers. It will feature a panel of local attorneys, moderated by Bertis Downs, a legal Advisor to R.E.M.  The event will be at Troutman Sanders in the Bank of America Plaza from 4:00–6:00.  The event is free, but […]

WomenLead Courses Offered this Spring

My Political Science colleague, Dr. Sarah Gershon, will be offering a course through the WomenLead Program: POLS 4190 “Policy and Politics.” As with all WomenLead courses (which, this spring, will also include Women Lead in Business and WomenLead in Science), Dr. Gershon’s course will will involve lots of great speakers, experiential learning, and networking opportunities […]

Special Pre-Law Event this Thursday 11/2: “Building a Successful Law Career” with Professor Ryan Grelecki

This Thursday, the Pre-Law Society is hosting a special event, entitled “Building a Successful Law Career.” Professor Ryan Grelecki will be presenting, and you will not want to miss it. His presentations are always a big hit, plus food will be served. The event will be in the GSU College of Law, Room 341, from 3pm-4:30pm […]

Priority Deadline for University of Houston Law Center Pre-Law Pipeline Program is 2/1/2018

An online brochure about this program is available here. Here’s how to apply. Here’s how the program is described on their website: “The award-winning UHLC Pre-Law Pipeline Program is designed to increase the diversity of law school applicants by providing law school preparatory resources – LSAT preparation, introductory law school classes, internships, and professional development sessions – […]

Applications for new GSU Faculty Associate for Pre-Law Programs due no later than 11/22

The following announcement, which involves a new Faculty Associate for Pre-Law Programs, was sent out last Tuesday via email. I am copying it here verbatim to make sure all faculty and staff members of the GSU pre-law advising community know about the opportunity to apply for the position. And I would like to say I […]