Professional Lobbyist John Clayton Celebrates Success As University of Georgia Graduate

John Clayton, a lobbyist, attended the University of Georgia and GSU College of Law.

Online PR News – 01-July-2014 – Atlanta, GA – John Clayton, a lobbyist, is a graduate of two of the finest institutions of higher learning in the State of Georgia. He first attended the University of Georgia, where he earned degrees in political science and in public relations and went on to the Georgia State University School of Law, where he received his Juris Doctorate in 2007, and was the Vice President of the Student Bar Association.

As John Clayton, a lobbyist, is well aware, the University of Georgia is the flagship institution in Georgia education, and has its primary campus in Athens, Georgia. Another two are located in the cities of Tifton and Griffin. The university is ranked twentieth overall in national public universities.

The University of Georgia is organized into eighteen schools and colleges. While the University of Georgia has been a respected academic university for some time, the University of Georgia has seen its academic reputation and enrollment continue to rise significantly since Georgia’s HOPE Scholarship program was started in 1993. The average SAT for students entering University of Georgia in 2012 was 1915 out of 2400, and the average grade point average was a 3.88. The average GPA and SAT of an entering honors freshman was a 4.04 GPA and a 1466 SAT score for critical reading and math.
John Clayton, a lobbyist, also attended Georgia State University’s College of Law.

Georgia State University offers more than 250 undergraduate and graduate degree programs spread across eight academic college, and has about 3,500 faculty members. Georgia State University is a part of the University System of Georgia, and is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. GSU is a commuter school, with sixty-one percent of its first-year students living off-campus and seventeen percent of all undergraduates living on campus.

GSU’s College of Law was founded in 1982. As John Clayton, a lobbyist, is proud to recall, the law school is accredited by the American Bar Association and is a member of the Association of American law Schools.

John Clayton, a lobbyist, earned his Juris Doctorate from the Georgia State University College of Law. As he knows, a Juris Doctorate is a professional doctorate and the first professional graduate degree in law. John Clayton, a lobbyist, must sometimes tell people in casual conversation that in the United States, a professional doctorate in law may be conferred in Latin or in English, as Juris Doctor, and at some law schools “Doctor of Law” (JD or J.D.), or Doctor of Jurisprudence (DJur or D.Jur.), respectively. “Juris Doctor,” he tells them, literally means “Teacher of Law"”, while the Latin for “Doctor of Jurisprudence” – Jurisprudentiae Doctor – literally means “Teacher of Legal Knowledge.” John Clayton, a lobbyist, is likely to smile as he concedes that this is a subtle distinction.

John Clayton, a lobbyist, serves on various boards at both the state and local level, including the board of the Good Neighbor Homeless Shelter. He also serves on the Campaign Committee for Labor Commissioner Mark Butler and on the Finance Committee for Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed.

About: John Clayton, a lobbyist, has degrees from the University of Georgia and GSU College of Law.

 
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