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  • “As Americans, you don’t really seem to trust your government.” 
It was not something I ever expected to hear a professor say – especially not on the first day of class. And while her statement was almost offensive at the time, I later came to not only understand what she meant, but to be grateful [...]

    Bringing It Back Home: The Greatest Lesson from London

    “As Americans, you don’t really seem to trust your government.”
    It was not something I ever expected to hear a professor say – especially not on the first day of class. And while her statement was almost offensive at the time, I later came to not only understand what she meant, but to be grateful [...]

  • Let’s play a game. Shout the first thing that comes to mind when you read these team names.
Los Angeles Lakers. Kobe aka the Black Mamba. 
Cleveland Cavaliers.  King James.
New York Knicks. Melo. 
Golden State Warriors. Stephen Curry.
Miami Heat. Lebron James??
Atlanta Hawks. ….?
I think you know exactly where I’m going with this. It seems like most [...]

    Hawks are on a Rise. Literally.

    Let’s play a game. Shout the first thing that comes to mind when you read these team names.
    Los Angeles Lakers. Kobe aka the Black Mamba.
    Cleveland Cavaliers.  King James.
    New York Knicks. Melo.
    Golden State Warriors. Stephen Curry.
    Miami Heat. Lebron James??
    Atlanta Hawks. ….?
    I think you know exactly where I’m going with this. It seems like most [...]

  • Legend’s House
By Mary Kate Silloway, 3L
Years spent in darkness
lit by milky windows
tall worn chests
shelve public treasure
Minds collect themselves
and each other
spilling phrases on to pages
pages quickly, quietly turn
Pages collect in stacks
books collect on shelves
shelves collect dusty reverence
dusty words collect audience
Weather beats
marble walls
minds inside stay dry
small flickering lamps
light once-dark halls
Tiny flames become wildfire
consume white pages
leave blackened marks
dark [...]

    Legend’s House

    Legend’s House
    By Mary Kate Silloway, 3L
    Years spent in darkness
    lit by milky windows
    tall worn chests
    shelve public treasure
    Minds collect themselves
    and each other
    spilling phrases on to pages
    pages quickly, quietly turn
    Pages collect in stacks
    books collect on shelves
    shelves collect dusty reverence
    dusty words collect audience
    Weather beats
    marble walls
    minds inside stay dry
    small flickering lamps
    light once-dark halls
    Tiny flames become wildfire
    consume white pages
    leave blackened marks
    dark [...]

  • Judicial clerkships: professors and staff talk to you about them in law school and maybe you tried it out one summer or semester for class credit, but with the usual paltry pay, why would an ambitious and likely heavily indebted law grad want to clerk after law school? While there are financial downsides to clerking, [...]

    The Deal with Judicial Clerkships

    Judicial clerkships: professors and staff talk to you about them in law school and maybe you tried it out one summer or semester for class credit, but with the usual paltry pay, why would an ambitious and likely heavily indebted law grad want to clerk after law school? While there are financial downsides to clerking, [...]

  • As I enter into the last couple of months of my law school career, I look back at the experiences that I have been fortunate to have. Unlike a lot of entering law students, I came to law school knowing exactly what I wanted to do. I want to serve the underprivileged and underrepresented. My [...]

    Big Law vs. Public Interest Law: Resource Disparities

    As I enter into the last couple of months of my law school career, I look back at the experiences that I have been fortunate to have. Unlike a lot of entering law students, I came to law school knowing exactly what I wanted to do. I want to serve the underprivileged and underrepresented. My [...]

  • Within the past month the United States has seen a resurgence in the disease popularly known as measles. While previously believed to be removed from the U.S. populace in the 1960s due to a successful vaccination program, there have been several cases that have popped up recently.  A few of the recent cases have been [...]

    Vaccinations: A Necessity for Public Health

    Within the past month the United States has seen a resurgence in the disease popularly known as measles. While previously believed to be removed from the U.S. populace in the 1960s due to a successful vaccination program, there have been several cases that have popped up recently.  A few of the recent cases have been [...]

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  • Two questions that Americans across the country will be facing when primary season begins in mid-2015: Is America ready for its first women President, and is America ready for its first President without a college diploma? Yes, I am speaking of former Senator and Secretary of State Hilary Clinton (D) and the current Governor of [...]

    Presidential Power Rankings: First Edition

    Two questions that Americans across the country will be facing when primary season begins in mid-2015: Is America ready for its first women President, and is America ready for its first President without a college diploma? Yes, I am speaking of former Senator and Secretary of State Hilary Clinton (D) and the current Governor of [...]

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  • When the much anticipated Dovetail opened in the Fall of 2012, it was just the type of restaurant Macon needed. From unique culinary creations to hand-crafted beverages, this new hub carried with it a contemporary appeal coupled with a fond 1920’s nostalgia making it unlike any other dining experience in Macon.
Through the revitalization of our dear [...]

    Dovetail: A Macon Favorite

    When the much anticipated Dovetail opened in the Fall of 2012, it was just the type of restaurant Macon needed. From unique culinary creations to hand-crafted beverages, this new hub carried with it a contemporary appeal coupled with a fond 1920’s nostalgia making it unlike any other dining experience in Macon. Through the revitalization of our dear [...]

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