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Emory helps shape important Georgia laws:
Barton Child Law and Policy Clinic founder and chairman Andy Barclay stands with (l to r) state Rep. Mary Margaret Oliver (a visiting professor at the Barton Clinic) and clinic fellows Melissa Dorris and Amy Howell. The clinic was instrumental in helping shape a state Senate bill that will make important reforms to Georgia’s foster care system. The bill was one of two pieces of legislation that passed the General Assembly this spring with significant input from the University; the Indigent Defense Act of 2003 followed closely the plans of a statewide commission whose ranks included interim Provost Woody Hunter. Click here or above for the full story. Photo by Jon Rou.


Basso profundo, indeed: Crawford Long Hospital recently unveiled the world’s largest tuned wind chime, located on the hospital grounds facing Peachtree Street. Designed by Ken Orr of High Grove Partners, the massive basso profundo chime stands 24 feet high and weighs 2,300 pounds. The instrument’s manufacturer, Music of the Spheres, has received approval from the Guinness Book of World Records to list it as the biggest tuned chime on earth. Emory Hospitals CEO John Henry participated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony June 4. Photo special to Emory Report.




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