By Jena Jolissaint, 2L student
ATLANTA – Working with the HeLP Legal Services Clinic has been the most profound experience that I have had in law school. I came into the Clinic with a highly theoretical idea of how to practice law, and I am now a better legal researcher, writer, and advocate.
I was… more »
ATLANTA – Raymond J. Lindholm, 3L, received the first Health Law Award given by the College of Law during Honors Day celebrations on April 6. This generous monetary award was made possible by the Health Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia, which inaugurated the award this year for the law schools at Georgia… more »
ATLANTA — Six Georgia State law students are working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) this spring semester. Their backgrounds, the work they do, and the paths they took to get to the CDC vary widely: one has a journalism background, another is a concert violinist, three hold master’s degrees, and one has… more »
ATLANTA — Second-year law students Rachel Ashe and Caitlin Herndon were reminded of the importance of a partnership between the medical and legal professions as they worked on aHeLP Legal Services Clinic case recently.
Their client was a high school student with cerebral palsy, a condition that affects brain and nervous system functioning and… more »
ATLANTA — Professor Jonathan Todres has been invited to speak on children’s rights issues at several recent conferences on responses to natural disasters, including at Emory University School of Law, St. Thomas University School of Law in Miami, and Georgia State University. He also presented his research on children’s rights in post-disaster settings at the annual… more »