Deadline Extended to March 31st for Applying to St. John’s University School of Law “Ron Brown Prep Program” for Freshmen

“The Ron Brown Law School Prep Program for College Students at St. John’s University College of Law furthers the Ron Brown Center’s mission of engaging in legal studies, research, and outreach on issues affecting the lives of disadvantaged and underrepresented people; increasing racial and socioeconomic diversity in the legal profession; and educating law students to be leaders […]

Summer Course Offering: Business Law for Entrepreneurs (LGLS 4020)

One of GSU’s Pre-Law Advisers, Professor Ryan Grelecki, will be teaching Business Law for Entrepreneurs (LGLS 4020) this summer on Tuesdays and Thursdays (1:50 PM-4:20 PM). Here is Professor Grelecki’s description of the course: Business Law for Entrepreneurs is a uniquely designed course that will cover a variety of legal issues entrepreneurs face when starting and operating […]

Event Tuesday March 7 (10am and 2pm): “Solitary Confinement in the United States”

Speaker: Artist, Photographer & Author, Richard Ross, who is nationally recognized for his work offering searing insight into our criminal justice system, from juvenile justice to solitary confinement to the death penalty.  You can see some of his work at Keynote Presentation: Student Center West, Room 468, 10:00am Additional Presentation: Langdale Hall, Room 1076, […]

Deadline for Applying for Pipeline to Practice Scholarship is May 1

Pipeline To Practice Foundation ( is a non-profit organization that is committed to supporting and nurturing diverse law students and early-stage attorneys at key stages in their academic and professional development by providing access to free programming and coaching throughout law school that is critical to achieving academic excellence, developing the skills necessary to be successful attorneys, creating pathways to leadership positions, […]

Deadline for Applying for Drake Law School’s Law Opportunity Leadership Program is April 1

“Drake Law School’s Law Opportunity Leadership Program provides internships, mentorship, and leadership training for up to five qualified students from underrepresented groups each year. Leadership Program Students selected to the Law Opportunity Leadership Program will participate in a special mentorship program throughout their first year of law school. Students will also attend weekly leadership training […]

Special Maymester Course Offering: POLS 3140 (Judicial Process) as “Domestic Field School”

For the third year in a row, Dr. Susanne Schorpp will be offering her highly popular “domestic field school” version of POLS 3140 (Judicial Process) during Maymester. Here is how Professor Schorpp describes the course: “The course is conducted partly in the field: You will learn the rules of evidence by observing criminal and civil trial […]

Summer Course Announcement: LGLS 3020 – Introduction to Law

Professor Perry Binder will be offering a Legal Studies course this summer entitled: LGLS 3020 – Introduction to Law.  Classes will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays from 1:50pm to 4:20pm. For a preview, here is an online syllabus from when he taught the course in 2013. If you need permission to register, you should email […]

Free Event at GSU College of Law: February 23 (6-8pm)

“The Consortium of Georgia Law Schools invites you to an exciting evening of exploration to a career path in law. This collaborative event is designed to provide diverse students early in their college career an opportunity to learn more about law school, the admissions process and legal careers.” R.S.V.P. at by Wednesday, Feb. 22.