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A Welcome Message

Dean Ethan Rosenzweig, Class of 2002, welcomes you to Emory Law.

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Law School 101: Professor Richard Freer

Richard D. Freer is a Charles Howard Candler Professor of Law. This class focuses on Randazzo v. Eagle-Picher Industries Inc., from the course on Civil Procedure.

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Rich Freer

Career Services & Employment Report

At Emory Law, you receive individualized guidance, structure, and resources to help you plan your career path from your 1L year to practice. Learn more about Emory Law's unique recruitment programs, externship opportunities, and alumni employment throughout US markets.

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Pro Bono, Public Service, and Judicial Clerkship

Emory Law prepares students for legal careers in public service. Our innovative curriculum includes traditional courses in public interest law as well as a range of topics from international human rights to homelessness. We offer experiences beyond the classroom through clinical programs, our extensive externship program, practice societies, and networking with faculty and alumni who work in the field.

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Financing a Legal Education

Cindy Gershman discusses financial aid options and answers questions.

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Law School 101: Professor Fred Smith

Law School 101 gives you the chance to experience what class as a 1L is like at Emory Law. This sample class covers a standard 1L case and allows you the opportunity to see one of Emory Law's professors in action.

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Transactional Law Certificate Overview

The Center for Transactional Law and Practice provides a roadmap for every student interested in studying transactional law—learn more in this live event.

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Sue Payne

Off-Campus Housing Services

Curious about what neighborhoods Emory Law students live in, or how to find a roommate? Learn more from Emory’s Off-Campus Housing Services.

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TI:GER Program Overview

Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results, or TI:GER, is a nationally recognized collaboration between Emory Law and the Georgia Institute of Technology. TI:GER brings together graduate students in law, business, science, and engineering to work on start-up projects to transform highly promising research into economically viable projects.

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Proficiency in practical advocacy is an invaluable skill to develop during law school. Emory Law uses a “learn-by-doing” format that integrates substantive knowledge with practical trial skills. Once you master the basics, you can further your advocacy training with externships, simulation courses such as the intensive Kessler-Eidson Program for Trial Techniques, participation in practice societies, and advocacy competitions through the Mock Trial and Moot Court societies and other student groups.

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Center for the Study of Law and Religion Overview

The Center for the Study of Law and Religion produces and promotes path-breaking scholarship, teaching, and public programs on the interaction of law and religion around the world. CSLR is a thought leader dedicated to producing innovative scholarship, facilitating challenging conversations, convening the best minds, and training the next generation of academics, lawyers, and religious leaders to advance the global conversation on law and religion.

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Wellness, Academic Success & Student Support

The Office of Academic Engagement and Student Success manages Houses Program, the Dean's Teaching Fellows, presents the "Study Smarter" series, provides guidance on the bar admission process and the bar exam, encourages a healthy school-life balance through resources and programming, and provides individual academic and other advising services.

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International Law & the International Humanitarian Law Clinic

International law, both public and private, cannot be understood without a working knowledge of comparative politics, history, and culture. By tapping into Emory University’s rich and vast resources, Emory Law encourages an interdisciplinary and experiential study of international law that prepares you to make an immediate impact in the legal world.

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee Panel

Learn more about Emory Law's diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives and programming with members of the DEI Committee in this discussion and q&a.

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MacMillan Law Library

Billy Tringali, law librarian for outreach, discusses the resources available at MacMillan Law Library.

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Classroom Expectations

Professor Kay Levine discusses how to prepare for courses at Emory Law and be successful in the classroom.

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Turner Environmental Law Clinic

The Turner Environmental Law Clinic offers students an intense, hands-on introduction to environmental law and trains the next generation of environmental attorneys.

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Barton Child Law and Policy Center

The Barton Center promotes and protects the legal rights and interests of children involved with the juvenile court, child welfare, and juvenile justice systems, and prepares emerging practitioners for successful and rewarding child advocacy careers.

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Houses Program

First-year students are assigned one of eight Houses, which helps them bond and meet 2Ls and 3Ls who can give perspective and realistic advice for navigating law school. This is one more channel to form relationships that energize their interests, goals, and future paths—and inject fun into law school life.

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Law School 101: Professor Matthew Lawrence

Law School 101 gives you the chance to experience what class as a 1L is like at Emory Law. This sample class covers a standard 1L case and allows you the opportunity to see one of Emory Law's professors in action.

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A Conversation with Dean Bobinski

A conversation with Dean Mary Anne Bobinski and Dean Ethan Rosenzweig, focusing on your next steps, their own law school experiences, and the future of Emory Law.

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