Category Archives: Lost in the Stacks (Reference)

Legal reference and research advice, book reviews, and legal resource overviews.

Law Library Services for Faculty

By TJ Striepe As we get ready to start a new semester, the Law Library just wanted to remind you that we are available for: Bluebooking Cite-checking Literature reviews Legislative histories 50-State Surveys Research on a specific issue Research for … Continue reading

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Cold in Hot Springs: Librarians Attend and Present at SEAALL… and See Snow!

March 21 through 23 several librarians traveled to Hot Springs to stay at the Omni Homestead Resort nestled in Virginia’s mountains for the annual Southeastern Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries meeting and institute. Over the course of … Continue reading

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A Trip Back in Time with Law Clinics@50

Throughout this spring semester the Law Library has supported a variety of law school events with special exhibits. One highlight culminated at the Law Clinics@50 celebration which took place Friday March 29th. A team of librarians and staff researched clinical … Continue reading

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Spring Break Movie Recommendations from the Law Library

In the past we have shared librarian and staff reading and watching recommendations during summer and spring breaks. This spring break we asked for everyone to share their favorite movie’s or series, their funniest and the most recent thing they … Continue reading

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New Law School Podcast – Speaker Sidebar

Now that finals are all over, you have time to listen to some podcasts.  One podcast you should definitely check out is the new Speaker Sidebar podcast started by the Law School this Fall.  This podcast features Georgia Law faculty … Continue reading

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Spotlight on Scholarship

A big shout-out to Professor Jason Cade, the author of TWO new articles on the important topic of crimmigration: Judicial Review of Disproportionate (or Retaliatory) Deportation, and Sanctuaries As Equitable Delegation in an Era of Mass Immigration Enforcement Congratulations, Professor … Continue reading

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Welcome Back New and Returning Students

By Carol Watson On behalf of the staff of the Law Library, I am happy to welcome you to the 2018-19 academic year. It’s great to see the law school building bustling with activity. We are excited to meet our … Continue reading

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