ATLANTA—Annie Tang of Rincon graduated from Georgia State University College of Law at the college’s 31st commencement ceremony on May 15.
Georgia State Law’s Class of 2015 included 166 graduates from full-time and part-time programs. Among them, 58 graduated with pro bono distinction, donating nearly 14,000 hours of legal counsel and service. Nearly 60 graduated with academic honors.
“You are celebrating your first step at becoming a lawyer,” former Gov. Roy Barnes told the Class of 2015. “Graduation is the beginning of your legal education, you’ll continue to learn from your clients, cases and courtrooms. It’s a fascinating journey and will help mold you into the lawyer you’ll become.”