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Meet Heather Simmons: Associate Director for Access & Instruction

By Amy Taylor How did working in a corporate library influence the way you research and teach legal research? “What’s so amazing about working with brilliant lawyers is that they can take a complex issue and explain it so anyone … Continue reading

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On Reserve Podcast Episode 6: Faculty Scholarship

In this episode Research & Copyright Services Law Librarian Stephen Wolfson has a conversation with Dean for Faculty Affairs and health law scholar Elizabeth Weeks about her book Healthism and the process of collaborating on this work with a coauthor … Continue reading

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Meet Outreach and Research Services Law Librarian Amy Taylor

On our upcoming episode of the library podcast On Reserve we interview new law librarians Amy and Stephen.  Amy Taylor is the new Outreach and Research Services Librarian and comes to us with a background as a librarian in a law firm … Continue reading

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On Campus Interviews? Check Out Our Career & Professional Resource Titles

Today and tomorrow many law students are participating in on campus interviews at the law school. Whether you are preparing for an interview, or just getting in some last minute reading before classes begin, the law library’s Career & Professional … Continue reading

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Career & Professional Resources: in-house & online!

Collaborating with Georgia Law’s Legal Career Services and Professional Development Office, we’ve just created a new Career & Professional Resources Collection and a dynamic set of legal career guides online for help with career planning, job hunting, interview prep, and … Continue reading

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