Professor Lonnie Brown Is One of Four Finalists for Dean of the University of Georgia Law School

The University of Georgia School of Law has announced a slate of four finalists for dean. All of the finalists will be visiting campus by the end of October for interviews and meetings with members of the law school community. One of the four finalists is an African American.

Lonnie T. Brown Jr. is the associate dean of academic affairs at the University of Georgia School of Law. He joined the faculty at the law school in 2002 and currently holds the A. Gus Cleveland Distinguished Chair of Legal Ethics and Professionalism.

Professor Brown is a graduate of Emory University, where he was student body president. He earned his law degree at Vanderbilt University, where he was editor-in-chief of the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law.

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