• Led by Former Georgia Prosecutor, NC College Students Urge Changes for Law Enforcement

    A college class taught by a prosecutor turned criminal defense attorney has some advice for the justice system about how to avoid deadly confrontations between citizens and police.

  • Bedford Takes the Bench Seriously; Boats, Bicycling and the Beard Are for Fun

    The holiday is still six months away, but Fulton County Superior Court Judge T. Jackson Bedford Jr. has already started growing the beard that will have become a snowy, chest-length cloud by Christmas Day, when he assumes his annual role of Santa Claus at Egleston Children's Hospital.

  • As September Launch Nears, GSU International Arbitration Center Taps Fellow

    Georgia State University College of Law's new international arbitration center, which will open in September, has hired an international lawyer, Y. Grace Ha, as its first fellow. She will help develop programs and operating protocols.

  • Municipal Court Leader: 'If You Do Weddings, You Have to Do All Weddings'

    The president of the Council of Municipal Court Judges has instructed her members to follow their ethical obligations in regard to the June 26 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that legalized same-sex marriage nationwide.

  • Thomaston, Ga., Lawyer Chuckles at Its Top Ranking for Law Grads ? But He Really Likes It

    For law school graduates still seeking a job, Thomaston, Georgia, is the place to go?at least according to a data-analytics website called, which offers information about scholarships, schools and jobs.

  • Jury Awards $1.5M in Legal Mal Case

    A Fulton County jury ordered a local lawyer to pay $1.5 million to a pair of investors whose money disappeared along with their dreams of a big payoff from a failed Costa Rican resort.

  • LawJam Raises $35,000; Electric Bonfires Triumph

  • Law firm accuses The Cosmopolitan of keeping $3.35 million

    An Atlanta law firm says The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas should return $3.35 million the firm's attorney wired to the casino-hotel without its knowledge.

  • Atlanta Lawyers Praise and Pick at Obama Overtime Proposal

    Two Atlanta employment lawyers voiced opposing reactions to the U.S. Department of Labor's proposed expansion of how many workers are entitled to overtime wages, one hailing it as much needed and the other decrying it as bad for businesses.

  • DeKalb County CEO found guilty of perjury, extortion charge

    A suspended DeKalb County official accused of pressuring vendors for campaign contributions has been found guilty of attempted theft by extortion and perjury.

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