From the Georgia State COL website:
Georgia State College of Law accepting displaced students from Tulane and Loyola
The College of Law at Georgia State Univerisity will be accepting second and third-year law students on a visiting basis who have been impacted by Hurricane Katrina at Tulane University and Loyola University in New Orleans. Eligible students must be in good standing and enrolled for the fall semester at their home institutions. Second-year students will be accepted provisionally subject to direction from Dean Ponoroff at Tulane and Dean Bromberger at Loyola.
Visiting students will only be required to pay a $100 fee to enroll. This offer is for fall semester alone, and is on a space-available basis.
All interested students must schedule an appointment at the Georgia State College of Law immediately in order to be eligible to attend classes starting next week, which will be the third week of class. Appointments should be scheduled by Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2005.
Call Kenee Stephens at 404.651.2044 to set up appointments. In case this voicemail box is full, please e-mail associate deans Anne Emanuel and Roy Sobelson at email@example.com
The College of Law will also work to establish a network of students, alumni, faculty and staff who can assist these students during this transition.
“Our hearts go out to these university families and we join with the many law schools throughout the country in extending whatever assistance we can during such difficult times,” said Georgia State College of Law Interim Dean Steven Kaminshine.