FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH - 10:00AM
The UGA Law Student Chapter of the Republican National Lawyers Association will be hosting a Q&A session with Congressman Jack Kingston on Friday September 28, at 10:30 am in Room A (UGA Law School). The Congressman will be discussing current initiatives and the 2012 election.
|SYMPOSIUM OF LAW & POLITICS|
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19TH
The Georgia Association of Law & Politics Proudly Presents: The Second
Annual Georgia Symposium of Law & Politics
Friday, October 19th, 2012
At the University of Georgia Richard B. Russell Jr. Special Collections Library
Lunch served with RSVP
Are you interested in the major political and legal issues happening in Georgia? Do you want to
learn about those issues from a more academic and practical perspective than the news or other
venues can offer? If so, we invite you to join us for policy driven discussions on three topics
crucial to the future of the state of Georgia.
Friday, October 19th at the UGA Special Collections Library, the Georgia Association of Law &
Politics will host The Second Annual Georgia Symposium of Law & Politics. The Symposium will feature three panels: Criminal Justice Reform, Legislative Ethics Reform, and the Future of
Transportation Initiatives in Georgia. We are proud to feature prominent speakers with
expertise in their respective fields for each of these panels. Whether you are interested in these
topics, politics, or simply the future of the state of Georgia, you cannot afford to miss this
opportunity to learn from some of Georgia’s most prominent legal, judicial, and political figures.Want to get involved, or to learn more? Contact Alan Poole at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you plan to attend and want to reserve breakfast and/or lunch please RSVP to
email@example.com no later than October 12th.
LOCATION: The Special Collections Library is located just across Lumpkin Street from the law
school; you won’t even have to walk as far as you would to get to the North Deck! Just exit from
the coffee shop area and walk down Bocock Street. Keep on past Lumpkin and the Special
Collections Library will be on your left just before Hull Street: