Georgia Law Schools

Georgia is home to five ABA accredited law schools located in Atlanta, Athens and Macon. In addition to producing quality law students, these schools also provide a variety of resources, such as journal articles, white papers, expert faculty and recruitment opportunities that may be helpful to county attorneys.

General Contact Information

Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School

1422 W. Peachtree St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30309
Phone: 404.872.3593

Mercer University School of Law

1021 Georgia Avenue
Macon, Georgia 31207
Phone: 800.342.0841

Emory University School of Law

Gambrell Hall
1301 Clifton Road
Atlanta, GA 30322-2770
Phone: 404.727.6816

University of Georgia School of Law

225 Herty Drive
Athens, GA 30602-6012
Phone: 706.542.5191

Georgia State University College of Law

P.O. Box 4037
Atlanta, Georgia 30302-4037
Phone: 404.413.9000


Career Services Centers

If your county is interested in hiring a legal intern or new associate, the career services center for each law school is a great place to start your search. In addition to providing employment services for students and alumni, these centers also provide employers with the opportunity to post positions and participate in career fairs and campus interviews.

John Marshall Career Services

Emory University Career Services

Georgia State University Career Services

Mercer University Career Services

University of Georgia Career Services

Journals

There are a number of legal journals published each year by students in Georgia law schools. These journals often contain articles that pertain to local government areas of interest such as eminent domain, home rule powers, and property taxes.

Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal

Emory International Law Review

Emory Law Journal

Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law

Georgia Law Review

Georgia State University Law Review

John Marshall Law Journal

Journal of Intellectual Property Law

Mercer Law Review

Law Libraries

Law libraries provide access to an endless array of legal resources for attorneys and law students alike. From online search engines to historical records, these institutions enable the user to conduct in depth research on a significant number of topics.

Emory University Law Library

Georgia State University Law Library

John Marshall Law Library

Mercer Law Library

University of Georgia Law Library