The University of Georgia will offer a law course focused on the career of Steve Harvey

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Mo Ivory tutors him in GSU law. CONTRIBUTED

Credit: Georgia State University

Credit: Georgia State University

Mo Ivory tutors him in GSU law. CONTRIBUTED

Credit: Georgia State University

Credit: Georgia State University

“I am grateful that my career has been chosen to be the focus of this course,” Harvey said in a press release. “I’m involved in so many projects, from TV to business deals and everything in between. My General Counsel Brandon Williams and my team make sure my interests are protected with every new venture. I want all aspects of my career be used to train the next generation of entertainment lawyers.

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Harvey, an Atlanta resident who films several television shows in the area, including “Family Feud” and ABC’s recently released “Judge Steve Harvey,” has a long career that spans more than three decades. He had his own sitcom and several hosting and talk show gigs. He has a syndicated morning radio show heard locally on Majic 107.5/97.5. He spent years doing stand up. He runs a charitable foundation. He has a fashion line. He is a bestselling author. His legal needs are profound.

Ivory has previously taught classes focused on “Real Housewives of Atlanta” entrepreneur and Xscape star Kandi Burruss as well as Atlanta hip-hop legend, businessman and actor Ludacris.

She is also teaching a course on hip-hop and the law this semester. Ivory, who ran for a city council position but lost in 2017, is a lawyer and still has a shortlist of clients, including Fair Fight, a national suffrage organization.

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