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Women and the law

Posted On June 15, 2011
Categories CLHS, Faculty

ATLANTA – The College of Law and the nonprofit organization, Women Alone Together®, co-sponsored a Spring 2011 event featuring women lawyers speaking on life-planning issues. Dr. Carolyn Curry founded Women Alone Together® in 2002 to provide a community through educational and social events for women who are… more »

Women and the law

Posted On June 15, 2011
Categories CLHS, Other

ATLANTA – The College of Law and the nonprofit organization, Women Alone Together®, co-sponsored a Spring 2011 event featuring women lawyers speaking on life-planning issues. Dr. Carolyn Curry founded Women Alone Together® in 2002 to provide a community through educational and social events for women who are… more »

Lombardo Speaks on Eugenic History

Posted On June 9, 2011
Categories CLHS, Faculty

Lombardo speaking at Southern Illinois University School of Law ATLANTA – Professor Paul A. Lombardo traveled to several universities this spring to speak on topics surrounding the history of eugenics. In late January, he was in Savannah, Georgia at Mercer University School of Medicine; in April he was the John and Marsha Ryan Bioethicist in… more »

Suski Educates Social Workers about Bullying in Schools

Posted On June 9, 2011
Categories CLHS, Faculty

ATLANTA – The hospital social workers at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, who help families navigate complex health care and social service systems, have seen a marked increase in the number of parents reporting problems with bullying in school. To help the social workers better understand bullying, its effects, and what can be done about it,more »

Persistence and Advocacy Pay Off

Posted On June 9, 2011
Categories CLHS, HeLP

ATLANTA -  Persistence and advocacy pay off. In 2006 the Social Security Administration (SSA) denied a young boy’s application for disability benefits despite his struggles with epilepsy, asthma, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, failure to thrive, and bipolar disorder.

This spring, HeLP Clinic students working on the case secured for him both benefits… more »

HeLP Clinic Students Win Disability Appeal After Five Years

Posted On June 7, 2011
Categories CLHS, HeLP

ATLANTA – Persistence and advocacy pay off. In 2006 the Social Security Administration (SSA) denied a young boy’s application for disability benefits despite his struggles with epilepsy, asthma, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, failure to thrive, and bipolar disorder. This spring, HeLP Clinic students working on the case secured for him both benefits dating back to his… more »