Tag Archives: book recommendations

True Crime from the Collection

By Marie Mize, Anne Burnett, David Rutland, and Rachel Evans Summer is nearing an end and the fall semester is beginning in just a few weeks. For a final round of reading recommendations we have gathered together titles from the … Continue reading

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Resource Spotlight: New Faculty Books

By David Rutland and Rachel Evans University of Georgia School of Law faculty never cease to amaze us! Over the summer we have increased the items in our faculty books collection. Visit the school’s repository Digital Commons to explore recent … Continue reading

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The Law Library Shares Summer Reads: Part 2

We are back with round two from librarians and staff with summer reading recommendations. If you missed round one, check it out too!   From Russia with Love by Ian Fleming Dave Eveland, Access Services Associate   “One of the … Continue reading

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The Law Library Shares Summer Reads: Part 1

What have you been up to this summer? Amidst vacations, conferences and facility projects our librarians and staff have managed to keep reading some varied and interesting titles. Here is a selection of recent reads from across the library, almost … Continue reading

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Featured Scholar: Alan Watson

By Anne Burnett, Rachel Evans, Marie Mize & David Rutland Alan Watson, one of the world’s foremost authorities on Roman law, comparative law, legal history, and law and religion, passed away on November 7, 2018, at the age of 85. … Continue reading

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An Early Legal History of Witchcraft

by Rachel Evans, David Rutland,┬áMarie Mize, Sharon Bradley This month marks the anniversary of the start of possibly the most famous witchcraft cases in history: The Salem Witch Trials. In February 1692 an incorrect part-medical/part-spiritual diagnosis was made of young … Continue reading

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Civil Rights Items in the Collection

To celebrate Black History Month we have gathered many materials from the collection including biographies, historical event books and documentaries. When searching through the online library catalog, the subject heading “African American Civil Rights History” is the most commonly assigned … Continue reading

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