Author Archives: Sharon Bradley

On Display: Black History from the Copeland Collection

Thanks to the efforts of Georgia Law alumnus Roy W. Copeland (J.D.’83), the Law Library is presenting a Black History Artifacts Exhibit. Copeland, a professor in the Valdosta State University, College of Business Administration, and his wife Dr. Cheryl L. … Continue reading

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The Process of Preservation

The American Library Association designates a week in April as Preservation Week. The goal is to connect with and educate our communities on ways to preserve our collections. Georgia Law has a particularly rich and deep historic collection but those … Continue reading

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Exams Are Never Easy

The library has recently added the hand-written exams of Marcus Benton Calhoun, Class of 1900. His exams look very different from current exams. At the time Marcus entered law school, legal education still relied heavily on the memorization of the … Continue reading

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Protecting Cultural Heritage Through Law

UGA has a long commitment to historic preservation. One of the oldest and best regarded historic preservation degree programs is in our College of Environment and Design (CED). We even have a joint JD/MHP program. Continuing this tradition of cooperation, … Continue reading

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General Phillips Dies – Donated Nuremburg Trials Collection

The Law Library acknowledges the passing of Brigadier General Eugene Phillips. General Phillips was a 1939 graduate of UGA, earning a degree in journalism. He worked as a reporter before joining the Army. Following World War II, Phillips was a … Continue reading

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Dean Rusk Remembered

Tonight Georgia Public Broadcasting presents the documentary Dean Rusk: At the Heartbeat of History. The program features commentary by Don Johnson, director of the Dean Rusk Center for International Law and Policy. The program begins at 8pm. View the research … Continue reading

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Is Your Phone Making You Sick?

It’s cold and flu season. We know we have to wash our hands frequently and avoid children with runny noses. But what about de-germing our cell phones and tablets? From an article in the NY Times Personal Tech section, “Repeated … Continue reading

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