On October 7, 2016, the Mercer Law Review co-sponsored the 17th Annual Georgia Symposium on Professionalism and Ethics. The Georgia symposia on professionalism and ethics have all been made possible by the Honorable Hugh Lawson, Senior United States District Judge for the Middle District of Georgia. In 1999, Judge Lawson oversaw the settlement of a matter that involved allegations of litigation misconduct, and as part of the settlement four of Georgia's law schools each received an endowment to fund annual symposia dedicated to ethics and professionalism. The symposium series began in 2001 and rotates among Mercer University, Georgia State University, the University of Georgia, and Emory University. This volume of the Mercer Law Review contains the articles that grew out of the 17th Symposium.
Patrick Emery Longan, Educational Interventions to Cultivate Professional Identity in Law Students: Introduction, 68 Mercer L. Rev. 579 (2017).