Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School and Savannah Law School are pleased to announce the addition of Patrise M. Perkins-Hooker, the County Attorney for Fulton County, Georgia, to the Board of Directors. Continue reading
Professor Kellyn O. McGee has been selected to work as a member of four committees of the State Bar of Georgia for the 2016-2017 year. She was chosen for the Disciplinary Rules & Procedures Committee, the Committee to Promote Inclusion in the Profession, Programs Committee, and Unlicensed Practice of Law Standing Committee. Continue reading
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, a firm under Health and Human Services, just recently released a historical new regulation that forbids retirement home getting federal financing from utilizing pre-dispute binding arbitration agreements when dealing with claims involving senior abuse, sexual harassment and wrongful death, to name a few things. Continue reading
Atlanta’s John Marshall Alumna, Alpa Amin, was just recently named among Georgia Trend’s 40 Under 40. The 2016 Georgia Trend 40 Under 40 represent a myriad of professions. The 40 chosen were picked from nominations made by readers of Georgia Trend throughout the state and the final choices were made by the editorial staff. Continue reading
Savannah Law School Professor Harpalani has been granted the esteemed 2016 Junior Faculty Teaching Award by the Society of American Law Teachers (‘SALT’). The award recognizes an exceptional and emerging law professor who demonstrates a commitment to justice, equality and scholastic excellence. Professor Harpalani was picked for the award among a field of extremely deserving nominees. Continue reading
Professor Wright Selected as Congressional Boot Camp Trainer July 1, 2016 Savannah Law Schools Associate Professor Andrew Wright has been selected as one of only four trainers at this years Congressional Boot Camp. The Congressional Boot Camp is organized by the Project on Government Oversight.
Professor of Law Tanya Washington will address students at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School during the AJMLS Chapter of the American Constitution Society’s Constitution Week. The event, #StayMadAbby: The Politics, Promise and Perplexity of Fisher II, promises to be a thought-provoking discussion on the status of affirmative action and equal protection under the law.