“I had the opportunity to watch appellate arguments while in law school, and recall feeling that no amount of preparation could ever fully ready an attorney for every curveball thrown,” said Meri K. Benoit (J.D. ’99) after oral arguments in Wellstar v. Jordan. “I still feel that to be the case!”
With more than 10… more »
Emily Suski has been appointed an assistant clinical professor, teaching family law and continuing her work with the interdisciplinary Health Law Partnership (HeLP) Clinic.
Suski has extensive experience advocating for children and adolescents with disabilities.
“From my work prior to law school, I learned the value of interdisciplinary education and work in addressing matters… more »
ATLANTA – Georgia State University College of Law has received a $557,571 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) to establish a fellowship program and supporting online resources to strengthen the practice of public health law by expanding the scope of public health law instruction.
Ten professors of public health law from across the… more »