Tag Archives: law school

Mindfulness Resources for Stressful Times

With exams looming over you, wether you are a student, faculty or staff member, reading days always signals a time of increased stress for the law school community. Learning to manage both everyday and uniquely stressful situations now can set … Continue reading

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Lunch & Learn: Tidying Up Your Digital Life

The library is hosting a lunch and learn at noon tomorrow (Wednesday) in classroom C titled “Tidying Up: Knowledge Management in Law School & Beyond“. Law Librarian Amy Taylor will deliver this session which is sure to provide tips and … Continue reading

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Looking for Group Study & Collaboration? Try AirPlay in the Library

If you are looking to collaborate, share or just get some feedback on something you are working on in class, look no further than the group study areas on the main floor of the Law Library. Tucked away behind the … Continue reading

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Game Weekend and Labor Day Hours

The first UGA home football game of the season is this Saturday, followed by Labor Day on Monday September 3. The Law Library hours this weekend are as follows: Friday, 8/31:  7:00 am until 9:00 pm. Home Game Day Saturday, … Continue reading

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On Reserve: The Double Life of Tunabunny

Our law school community is made up of more than just professors and students. Many people we pass everyday in Hirsch Hall or in the Law Library keep not only the law school functioning but the people that work and … Continue reading

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Exams Are Never Easy

The library has recently added the hand-written exams of Marcus Benton Calhoun, Class of 1900. His exams look very different from current exams. At the time Marcus entered law school, legal education still relied heavily on the memorization of the … Continue reading

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Checkout Cool Stuff at Circulation

In addition to Course Reserve books, you can also checkout the following items at the Circulation Desk: charging cords for every kind of electronic device headphones calculators umbrellas book stands, and even a couple of iPads with keyboards Available for … Continue reading

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