As you are undoubtedly aware, the librarians at the University of Georgia Law School teach numerous classes, including 1L legal research, advanced legal research, and various lunch and learn sessions. But did you know that they teach research to legal professionals from outside of the school as well?
On that note, UGA will be hosting two legal education seminars in February. First on February 21, the Institute for Continuing Legal Education will hold a seminar on internet legal research at the law school. Along with librarians from law schools around Georgia, Special Collections Librarian Sharon Bradley will teach a session on duty of competency and internet research and Research and Copyright Services Librarian Stephen Wolfson will teach a session on advanced internet research tips and tricks. Then, on February 28, the Institute for Continuing Judicial Education will hold a training session for new magistrate. At this event, Associate Director for Research Services TJ Striepe and Information Technology Librarian Jason Tubinis will teach sessions on Georgia legal research fundamentals.