ALERT (Applied Legal Experience, Research, & Technology) is a non-credit program that provides law students additional opportunities outside of the College of Law’s curriculum to learn legal research and technology skills.
By completing the ALERT Program, students can demonstrate to potential employers that they have obtained practice ready skills. Students will have their entire law school term to complete the program.
Levels of Completion:
With Distinction: Complete 6 Topics With High Distinction: Complete 8 Topics With Highest Distinction: Complete 10 Topics
The library is pleased to announce our list of 2020 ALERT Program Awardees.
The Applied Legal Experience, Research, & Technology (ALERT) Program is a non-credit program that provides students with additional opportunities outside of the College of Law’s curriculum to learn advanced legal research and technology skills. Each student listed below will graduate in the Spring of 2020 having completed a predetermined number of ALERT sessions during their careers at the Georgia State College of Law.
Each session is approximately 1 hour and covers an advanced topic in legal research, technology, or an intersection of the two. Students are awarded different levels of distinction according to the following requirements:
With Distinction: 6 Topics completed
With High Distinction: 8 Topics Completed
With Highest Distinction: 10 Topics Completed
Now without further ado, the 2020 ALERT Program Awardees are: