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Atlanta Law Student Co-Wrote an Article for the Georgia Journal

Atlanta’s John Marshall third year law student, Kendra Livingston, recently wrote part of an article that was published in the December 2016 Georgia Bar Journal. The write-up is called, ‘No Vacation: Top Criminal Defense Attorneys Travel to Tbilisi.’

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Law Student from Savannah Accepts Employment with U.S. Army JAG

Savannah Law School (“SLS”) student Cherrell Holmes has accepted post-graduation work with U.S. Army JAG. As a Judge Advocate of the U.S. Army, Cherrell will offer legal services involving military operations in the locations of criminal law, legal assistance, civil … Continue reading

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Savannah Law Associate Dean Selected to Serve on the Defense Advisory Committee

Associate Dean Keith Harrison was just recently selected by the Secretary of Defense to serve on the Defense Advisory Committee on Investigation, Prosecution, and Defense of Sexual Assault in the Armed Forces (the Committee).

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Savannah Law School Student to Intern with U.S. Army JAG

Savannah Law School trainee Branden Critell just recently accepted an internship with the United States Army JAG Program. Through this program, Brandon will work as a civil service staff member this summer.

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Savannah Law Professor Receives Prestigious Award

Savannah Law School Associate Professor Vinay Harpalani has been awarded the Derrick A. Bell, Jr. Award by the Section on Minority Groups within The Association of American Law Schools (” AALS”). Their objective is to “maintain and advance quality in legal … Continue reading

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Savannah Law School Professor Helps File An Amicus Brief at New York Court of Appeals

The Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality (“Korematsu Center”) hass recently filed an amicus brief with the New York City Court of Appeals. Essentially, individuals or groups who are not a party to the lawsuit but who have a strong interest … Continue reading

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Savannah Professor Participated in D.C. Panel on Congressional-Executive Oversight Disputes

Andrew Wright, Partner Professor at Savannah Law School, just recently participated in a panel conversation of struggles in between Congress and the Executive Branch over access to info. The program, “A Right to ‘Know,’ or a Right to ‘No,’” included … Continue reading

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