Category Archives: Technically Speaking

Information and tips from our Instructional Technology and Computing Services staff.

Casetext Lunch & Learn March 28th

Casetext is quickly catching on for both law students and legal professionals to help “navigate precedent with unprecedented ease”. It uses the latest data science and AI technology, backed by expert insights from leading litigators to improve legal research for … Continue reading

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Tech Update: ArchPass Duo

Beginning today, March 12, Employee Self-Service and eLC will require require more than your MyID and password for access. Beginning March 23 Athena will also require this two-step authentication. For these systems and applications, you’ll need to use ArchPass which is powered … Continue reading

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Legal Listening: 10 Best Podcasts

In our previous blog post we shared about the recent Artist’s Rights Symposium hosted earlier this week at UGA’s neighboring Terry College of Business. That symposium featured School of Law Faculty Joe Miller as a panelist. Joe Miller happens to … Continue reading

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On Reserve Podcast Episode 1: Technology

In this episode co-hosts Leslie Grove and Rachel Evans, interview the following personalities from our law school community about technology through the lens of legal education: • Information Technology Law Librarian Jason Tubinis • Administrative Specialist Tina Whitehair • Help Desk Manager Brad … Continue reading

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Student Worker Spotlight: Studio Engineer Lucas Carver

We have introduced in a previous blog post the law school’s new podcasting studio, located on the third floor of the law library annex. Law faculty member Christian Turner helped make the studio’s existence possible with a recent grant to … Continue reading

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Law Librarians Head to Phoenix for CALIcon 2017!

Each year law librarians head to the Annual CALI Conference for law school computing to be involved in a national exchange of ideas, to network with leading academics, educators, institutional leaders, and technology professionals and to participate in discussions about … Continue reading

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New open crime data portal from City of Atlanta

The City of Atlanta announced today the launch of a new open crime data portal from the Police Department. This searchable database will provide easy access to the most commonly requested Part 1 crime statistics. As new datasets become available, … Continue reading

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