College of Law Ranks No. 2 in Bar Passage Rate
Georgia State College of Law is No. 2 in bar passage for the July 2019 exam, with an overall bar passage rate of 84.8 percent — the state average is 65.8 percent.
The study found that Atlanta’s homeless youth, especially minority and LGBTQ, are more likely to be trafficked against their will for labor than commercial sexual exploitation.
The College of Law is ranked No. 7 overall Best Value in preLaw Magazine, and received accolades for its business law, tax law and trial and advocacy programs.
Political science researchers found that the impact of emotions was stronger for women viewers of the first presidential election debate of 2016 between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton than it was for men.
The stress of racism can influence both mental and physical health symptoms at an early age in life, according to a new Georgia State psychology study.
PreLaw Magazine featured Georgia State Law in the 2019 Back To School issue for excellence in employment outcomes and health law.
College of Law professor, Erin Fuse Brown, received a grant to study policy and regulation of air ambulance bills in order to protect consumers.
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