Associate Director, Center for Law, Health & Society
The College of Law at Georgia State University seeks to fill the position of Associate Director for the Center for Law, Health & Society. Established in 2004, the Center’s mission is to advance the key role that law plays in promoting society’s health through research,… more »
ATLANTA – The Atlanta Falcons gave Randall L. Hughes a 2011 Community Quarterback Award during an on-field presentation at the November 13, 2011 game against the New Orleans Saints. The Falcons honored four volunteers in Georgia who exemplify leadership and dedication to bettering their communities. The winners were selected by a panel of civic and… more »
ATLANTA – The Student Health Law Association (SHLA) hosted its annual Mentor-Mentee Mixer on the rooftop patio of Shout in Midtown on October 13th. The event kicked off this year’s SHLA Mentor-Mentee program, which has paired 17 SHLA members with practicing attorneys in the Atlanta metro area. This year’s mentors are primarily all Georgia State Law… more »
The Center for Law, Health & Society is currently seeking nominations for the both the annual Health Law Award and American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics (ASLME) Award which will be presented at Honors Day at the College of Law.
The Health Law Award is granted to the law student who demonstrates outstanding achievement in… more »
ATLANTA – Two Georgia State Law students, Jennifer Whitton (3L) and Megan Daugherty (4L), attended the 5th Annual Student Health Law Conference: Taking the Health Law Career Path. The one-day conference was sponsored by the American Society for Law, Medicine & Ethics(ASLME) and DePaul University College of Law, and it was held at DePaul… more »
ATLANTA – The Student Health Law Association (SHLA) continued its Carver High School Mentor Program in the fall 2011 semester, taking the high school students to their second Journey Through Justice (JTJ) program at the State Bar of Georgia. Nearly twenty high school students, all from the Health Science & Research school at Carver, attended the event.
ATLANTA – Professor Roberta M. Berrytraveled to Hokkaido University to present on her National Science Foundation-funded research on October 28, 2011, the opening day of the 6th International Conference on Applied Ethics. Hokkaido University is one of the “National Seven Universities” (former “imperial universities”) of Japan and is located in Sapporo.
ATLANTA – Over 100 faculty, students, graduates, and other friends and supporters of the Center for Law, Health & Society gathered at the home of Charity Scott, Director of the Center, for the Center’s annual social event, which was held on Oct. 20.
“It’s always a genuine pleasure to see such a broad cross-section of… more »
ATLANTA – Yaniv Heled is the first law professor to be hired in the College of Law under the University’s new interdisciplinary Second Century Initiative (2CI). The 2CI program is designed to build on existing strengths across the Georgia State campus and to accelerate collaborative faculty research.
“Yaniv’s interdisciplinary work in intellectual property and emerging… more »
ATLANTA – The Student Health Law Association (SHLA) hosted its first mixer of the year on September 22 at Tin Lizzy’s in Midtown, allowing Georgia State students to meet and mingle with other health law students from Emory and John Marshall. The mixer proved to be a fun, laidback networking event for all attendees.