This year marks the 150th anniversary of our law school, one of the nation’s oldest and most successful public law schools. Although legal education has changed in significant ways over the past 150 years, the markers of a great law school have not. Putting academically rigorous teachers into classrooms with intellectually serious and highly motivated students results in a first class learning experience that produces professionals of the highest caliber. We are committed to continuing that proud tradition at Georgia Law and to enhancing what is already an outstanding work product. It is my pleasure to provide you this report on our progress over the past year. As you will discover in reading through it, Georgia Law, 150 years after its founding, is and should be a source of pride for all those connected with our school.
White, Rebecca H., "Dean's Report 2009" (2009). Other Law School Publications. Paper 155.