Holiday Playlist

Tis the season to be holly and jolly and never ever melancholy. To help you feel this joyous feeling you can click on the video below to begin my Holiday playlist! 1. Mariah Carey – O Holy Night 2. Mariah Carey and Patricia Carey – O Come All Ye Faithful 3. The Braxtons – Mary, Did You…

Hostile Hostel – My Scary movie moment

WARNING: This story is graphic. During my stay in London, it was the first time I had ever lived in a hostel (see “Hostel Living in London”). For the first few days, it was as good as sharing a room and shower with random people every day could have been. One of the major perks of this…

Restaurant Review: Davinci’s Pizza 9/10 stars

Pure excellence! Once you try this pizza, there is no returning to the chain restaurants. I worked in Midtown Atlanta for a while, and occasionally our firm would order Davinci’s pizza for various celebrations. Occasionally, when I am in the area, I make it a point to indulge in this treat! The establishment is located directly…

Pumpkin Soup with Bacon

Fall is here, which means that it is pumpkin season! This seasonal recipe is rich in taste and literally warms the soul. The best part making the soup is that it is relatively simple. Ingredients 1 whole pumpkin 8 slices of bacon 2 cloves of garlic Half an onion 3 teaspoons of garlic salt 1…

Final Debate: Clinton v. Trump

Tonight has served as another reminder of why we should never let the rich grow idle because then they think they can run for President of the United States. Tonight, we were also reminded of why American politics are the most entertaining in the world, especially this cycle with Trump as one of the primary…

Second Debate: Clinton v. Trump

       I appreciated a number of things about this debate, but most importantly, I appreciated the fact that I could live stream the debate from my phone. I was able to finish up some ironing for the week, while I watched this entertaining debacle. I also appreciated the fact that this was a…

Hurricane Matthew has devastated Haiti

 Before I begin this piece, it is important that you as a viewer see how beautiful parts of Haiti once looked. The category 4 hurricane with 130 mph winds destroyed part of a country that was still recovering from the 2010 earthquake that left the country in shambles. Hurricane Matthew has proved to be a formidable…

How will current and future conflicts test the 2016 ICRC Commentary?

It’s our pleasure today to publish this post by Chanel Chauvet, a member of the Georgia Law Class of 2018 who serves as a Student Ambassador at our Dean Rusk International Law Center. This past sum… Source: How will current and future conflicts will test 2016 ICRC Commentary?

Become part of a 45-year tradition: Georgia Law Master of Laws (LLM)

In 1973, a Belgian attorney became the first foreign-trained lawyer to earn a Master of Laws, or LLM, degree at the University of Georgia School of Law. The tradition launched then continues today:… Source: Become part of a 45-year tradition: Georgia Law Master of Laws (LLM)