Brinson Askew Berry Congratulates Former Law Clerks

Brinson Askew Berry would like to congratulate two of our law school clerks from last summer, both of whom were selected as members of the Executive Board of the Georgia Law Review’s 50th Anniversary edition for 2015-2016.

Payton Bradford will serve as  the editor-in-chief, while Fisher Law will serve as Executive Articles Editor.

The Georgia Law Review was established in 1966 and is Georgia Law’s only general subject-matter publication. Staffed by second- and third-year law students, the Georgia Law Review operates independently of the University of Georgia Law faculty and administration, and follows the purpose in “seeking out the weak points in our law, in developing appropriate recommendations for change, and in advocating them persuasively in its pages.”