Tag Archives: Digital Commons

A Snapshot from our Law School Repository: Digital Commons

Since 2006 the Law Library has worked to preserve past events, publications and scholarly works for the University of Georgia School of Law community. To date, the resulting UGA School of Law Digital Commons repository has amassed a whopping 9,615 … Continue reading

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Reception to Celebrate Complete Upload of GJICL and JIPL to the Digital Commons Repository

This Tuesday, February 21st at 1 PM please join the library in celebration of the complete upload of the Georgia Journal of International Law and the Journal of Intellectual Property Law to the Digital Commons Repository. Coffee and cupcakes will … Continue reading

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U.S. Supreme Court 2014-15 Term Winding Down

After this morning’s opinions, Texas Dept. of Housing v. Inclusive Communities and King v. Burwell, five decisions remain in this U.S. Supreme Court term. More decisions will be announced tomorrow and possibly Monday, among them Obergefell v. Hodges, the “gay … Continue reading

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Digital Commons @ Georgia Law Celebrating 1 Million Downloads!

Launched in 2007, Georgia Law’s Digital Commons is one of the oldest and most successful law repositories in the world, regularly delivering a wide and impressive range of open access legal scholarship to a global audience. The repository serves departments … Continue reading

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Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law: new issue online

One of three highly regarded legal journals published by Georgia Law students, the latest issue of the Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law is now available online. This symposium issue provides probing discussion of “International Law in a Time … Continue reading

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