Georgia State University offers a law course inspired by the life of Steve Harvey

For more than two decades, Mo Ivory, a former host of V-103 and WAOK, has been a strong advocate for raising awareness on a wide range of issues across Georgia.

And now she teaches a course at Georgia State University’s College of Law centered on the life of an Atlanta resident and TV personality. Steve Harvey.

According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the course, which began Jan. 12, will explore legal concepts such as representing clients, drafting contracts and negotiating agreements.. Ivory also intends to delve deeper into the realm of entertainment practice through the lens of Harvey’s multiplicative career.

Ivory reserved the course for 32 second- and third-year law students at GSU.

“I want to keep the conversations intimate,” she told the outlet.

Ivory, director and creator of GSU Entertainment, Sports and Media Law Initiative and teacher, has earned a commendable reputation as a lawyer, radio and television personality, entrepreneur, law professor, speaker and community advocate. She prides herself on being a resource of choice for her community and empowering others. Ivory is well versed in the issues she believes matter to everyone: public safety, affordable housing, education and employment.

In the past, Ivory has held classes focused on various Atlanta celebrities. His classes focused on the life and career of Real Housewives of Atlanta entrepreneur and Xscape star Kandi Burruss and Atlanta hip-hop legend, businessman and actor Ludacris.

Nancy I. Romero