Recently, an AJMLS Alumnus Brandon E. Campbell (’14) was featured in Forbes. Continue reading
Savannah Law School Admissions Counselor, Brandi Russell, recently penned a write-up for the American Bar Association for Law Students website on the topic of Law Day 2017. The article highlights this year’s theme, “The 14th Amendment: Transforming American Democracy.” Continue reading
The Atlanta Hawks recently published a communication indicating Thabo Sefolosha’s intent to make a sizable donation to Gideon’s Promise. AJMLS Professor Jonathan Rapping is the President and Founder of organization. Gideon’s Promise was formed to help change the criminal justice system by fostering a groundswell of public protectors who supply equivalent justice for marginalized communities. The organization supplies indispensable training to public defenders. Continue reading
A quote by Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School Associate Professor, Michael Mears, recently appeared in the April edition of Atlanta Magazine. The article, “Why did Georgia execute more prisoners in 2016 than any other state?, ” focused on the nine guilty inmates put to death in Georgia in 2016. This is the highest number of executions in Georgia in a single year since 1957.
Savannah Law School Professor Andy Wright, along with Steve Vladeck of University of Texas School of Law, recently joined a discussion on the Bloomberg Law Radio Show. The Bloomberg Law Radio Show features hosts June Grasso, Michael Finest and Greg Stohr speaking to attorneys and legal minds on today’s biggest legal cases and news stories. Continue reading
In connection with The Council on Legal Education Opportunity (” CLEO”), Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School (” AJMLS”) recently presented Road to Law School, a prelaw workshop. CLEO is a nationwide non-profit organization that was established in the 1960’s to broaden opportunities for minority and low-income students wishing to participate in law school. The Road To Law School seminar intends to offer Freshmen an introduction to key aspects of the law school application procedure. Continue reading
Savannah Law School part-time 2L student Scott Hendrix was recently awarded the prestigious IP Law Scholarship sponsored by the IP Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia. The factors that the panel considers when selecting an awardee include GPA, general and in core IP courses, involvement in IP organizations, both within one’s law school and within one’s community, participation in IP scholastic initiatives, and prior IP experience. Continue reading