About Us

This blog is maintained by the Center for Clinical Education at Georgia State University College of Law.  We are a law firm within which the Health Law Partnership Legal Service Clinic (HeLP), Investor Advocacy Clinic (IAC), and Philip C. Cook Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic (Tax) operate.

The materials contained herein reflect the views and opinions only of the individual authors. The materials contained herein do not reflect the views of Georgia State University, the College of Law or any other individual or entity other than the author of the item in question. This blog provides general information only and is not intended to and does not provide tax, financial, investment, or legal advice.

The content of this blog is overseen by the faculty in the Center for Clinical Education.  We are each responsible for the respective content provided by our clinics.  All posts solely related to the work of the HeLP clinic are supervised by Lisa R. Bliss, Sylvia Caley, or James Mitchell.  All posts solely related to the work of the Investor Advocacy Clinic are supervised by Nicole G. Iannarone.  All posts solely related to the work of the Tax Clinic are supervised by Ted Afield, Bill Timm, Bonnie Rich, or Tameka Lester.

For more information or to contact those responsible for the posts on this site, please visit our website or contact us as follows:

Health Law Partnership Legal Services Clinic
Georgia State University College of Law
85 Park Place
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 413-9130

Investor Advocacy Clinic
Georgia State University College of Law
85 Park Place
Atlanta, GA 30303
404-413-9270
InvestorAdvocacy@gsu.edu

Philip C. Cook Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic
Georgia State University College of Law
85 Park Place
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 413-9230
taxclinic@gsu.edu

One thought on “About Us

  1. This is an excellent service provided by GSU, my alma mater. I thank you for sharing this information with the public so that potential investors can insulate themselves from fraudsters. As a real estate broker myself, I will share this with my investor clients. Investors need to be protected from criminal elements masquerading as brokers. It will protect the public as well as innocent and law abiding real estate brokers. I hope you will add more information on the different ways in which the public is being defrauded by criminals. I hope the Georgia Real Estate Commission will take note of your service and collaborate with you in future.

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