Georgia State University College of Law in downtown Atlanta has provided affordable and flexible legal education to full- and part-time students since 1982. The college enrolls nearly 700 students annually and boasts three experiential learning clinics, including the Philip C. Cook Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic, the Investor Advocacy Clinic and the Health Law Partnership (HeLP) Clinic, which is part of the nation's No. 7 health law program. Georgia State Law has been named a Best Value school by National Jurist magazine for 10 consecutive years.
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