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Third Year Law Student Adriana Ibarra Vazquez Wins National Scholarships
Mercer Law Review Symposium to be held on October 3 in honor of Jack Sammons
Court of Appeals to Hold Special Session at Mercer Law School
Leslie L. Cadle, LAW ’07, Appointed as Director of Development
Mercer Law School Welcomes Class of 2017
Mercer Law School Receives Prestigious ABA Gambrell Professionalism Award
Mercer Law School Announces New Director of International Initiatives
Professor Scott Titshaw Receives Prestigious Fulbright Award
Law Day 2014
Two Faculty Members Appointed to Endowed Positions
Michael Eric Hooper, '09, Selected as Trust & Estates Fellow
Brandon Peak, ’04, Elected to 2013-2014 Georgia Trial Lawyers Association Executive Committee
Panel on Georgia’s New International Arbitration Code
Third Year Law Student James Milner Wins the College of Workers’ Compensation Lawyers Student Writing Competition
Association of Women Law Students Raises Over $4,000 for Susan G. Komen Foundation
Supreme Court of Georgia to Hold Special Session at Mercer Law School
Results of 2013 Milani Writing Competition Announced
Law Review Symposium 2013
Third Annual Brainerd Currie Lecture
Henry Walker, ’86, Elected Firm Chair
Mercer Law School Celebrates Constitution Day with Speaker Louis Michael Seidman, Georgetown Law Professor
Hugh Thompson, ’69, Becomes Georgia Chief Justice
Darryl W. Lunon, II, ’08, Appointed to Office of General Counsel for U.S. Navy
Robert M. Lewis Jr., ’96, Receives Exceptional Achievement Award
Kellye C. Moore, ’93, Featured in the American Bar Association Journal
M. Yvette Miller, CLA ’77 LAW ’80, Receives 2013 Leah Ward Sears Award for Distinction in the Profession from Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys
Betsy Griswold, ’83, Receives Lifetime Achievement Award in Atlanta Business Chronicle and the Association of Corporate Counsel, Georgia Chapter’s 2013 Corporate Counsel Awards
Boone Smith IV, '07, Named Partner
Mercer Law Welcomes New Faculty Member Zack Buck
 
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With more than 30 student organizations, the list of student activities is extensive: from countless guest lecturers to charity and social events.