Georgia State Law professor Jonathan Todres and Dr. Angela Diaz spoke about their new e-book, which seems into how sex and labor trafficking may be prevented utilizing public health methods. Graves (J.D. ’20) first attended art college, but rapidly realized he preferred it to be a passion, rather than a profession. Once he determined law school was the proper subsequent step, he stated Georgia State Law was the plain selection for where he would pursue his diploma in Atlanta. Georgia State Law college students could have the opportunity this fall to take a course on the profession of entertainer and entrepreneur Kandi Burruss. The course will be taught by professor Mo Ivory as part of the Entertainment, Sports and Media Law Initiative, which started in 2018 to prepare college students for follow in Georgia’s rising leisure business.
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