ATLANTA – Cassondra “Cassie” Hayasaka has joined Georgia State University College of Law as an Administrative Specialist. She will be providing administrative support to the Center for Law, Health & Society and to faculty affiliated with the Center.
Hayasaka formerly worked as the Coordinator of Admissions and Student Services at the Candler School of Theology at… more »
ATLANTA – Amy Grover, Senior Administrator Coordinator at Georgia State University College of Law, has decided to return with her husband, Josh Taub, to their home state of Washington. Amy joined the staff of the College of Law in April 2009.
“Everyone at the law school will miss Amy,” said Charity Scott, Director of the… more »
ATLANTA – The College of Law is launching a new certificate program for law students who wish to concentrate their studies in health law.
Beginning with the graduating class of 2013, law students will have the opportunity to participate in this distinctive program designed to foster the knowledge, skills, and values that contemporary lawyers need… more »
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 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 »
ATLANTA – Georgia State University College of Law continues to be ranked among the top third of the nation’s law schools, coming in at No. 61 in the U.S. News Media Group’s 2012 edition ofAmerica’s Best Law Schools, which also ranks the school’s popular part-time program at No. 20… more »
Katharine Sullivan, J.D., joined the Center for Law, Health & Society as a Research Fellow for the fall semester. Ms. Sullivan is a recent graduate of Columbia Law School. She earned her undergraduate degree in English and politics from the University of Virginia. Ms. Sullivan worked with Professor Charity Scott on a research project involving… more »
ATLANTA – The highly regarded Health Law program at Georgia State University College of Law ranked 6th in the country in the latest rankings published in U.S. News Media Group’s 2010 edition of America’s Best Graduate Schools, tied with Georgetown University and Seton Hall University.
“The rankings reflect the extraordinarily high caliber of our faculty,… more »
Shamecia Powers joined the HeLP Legal Services Clinic as Senior Administrative Coordinator in March 2009. Her background includes office and budget management and conference planning. Powers capably assists with the day-to-day operations of the clinic, including training HeLP clinic students on the case management software; using her Spanish written and oral skills to communicate with… more »
Jerri Nims Rooker, Associate Director of the Center for Law, Health & Society, comments on regulation of in vitro fertilization and Georgia’s proposed “Option of Adoption Act” regarding embryo adoption.
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