Law

When police stopped Pete Williams for speeding along Georgia State Road 400 in 1985, instead of giving him a ticket, they took him into custody. A victim of sexual assault that had occurred earlier that month picked out Williams’ photo ...

On Sept. 5, Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a statement rescinding Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), a program created by the Obama administration in June 2012 to address the large number of undocumented immigrants who have grown up in ...

The Georgia First Amendment Foundation (FAF) hosted the 15th annual Charles L. Weltner Freedom of Information Banquet Oct. 13 honoring Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) for its role in advancing free speech in Georgia at Emory Conference Center’s Silverbell ...

Lawyers, legal experts and professors tackled the topics of civil disobedience and police brutality at the 13th annual Emory Public Interest Committee (EPIC) Conference, hosted by Emory University School of Law Oct. 1. The conference, titled “Justice for All? How ...

Emory School of Law has appointed Rita Sheffey to the newly created position of assistant dean of public service. The new position was designed to expand on the existing opportunities and provide a broader array of pro bono, or free ...