Scholars Debate Originalism on Constitution Day
The College of Law marked Constitution Day with a debate about Originalism vs Living Constitutionalism, and whether judges should be bound to, or persuaded by, history.
The Andrew Young School Podcast is a new monthly series featuring interviews with change-makers and thought leaders in public policy and related fields.
Dan Johnson (J.D. ’19) was determined to change his life after working in the restaurant industry. He came to Georgia State Law and fell in love with data privacy law.
Brooke Silverthorn wants to help professionals in the M.J. program expand their career possibilities and discover their passions.
Three Ph.D. Candidates from the Andrew Young School have been awarded fellowships by the Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management (APPAM).
Faculty in public affairs, nonprofits and computing gathered in mid-August for the Andrew Young School’s first Data Science for Public Service Workshop.
College of Law professor, Erin Fuse Brown, received a grant to study policy and regulation of air ambulance bills in order to protect consumers.
Evan Malbrough, a rising senior in Public Policy, just completed an internship with the United States Department of Defense at the Pentagon.
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