Tag Archives: Legal Research

Prepare to Practice with Bloomberg Law TODAY

Starting today and continuing into next week, Bloomberg Law is hosting a series of live webinars to prepare students for work in a variety of settings. The webinar series focuses on transactional tools, litigation practice, firm life, and judicial clerkships … Continue reading

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TOMORROW Law Library Lunch & Learn: Power-Up‽

Research and Copyright Services Librarian Stephen Wolfson will be presenting on advanced search techniques, including legal research on Google, secret search engine tools, and how to do research on the Dark Web (and why you shouldn’t). 12 to 1 PM Classroom … Continue reading

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HeinOnline’s New Database: State Constitutions Illustrated

HeinOnline’s newest database is State Constitutions Illustrated, a collection of the constitutions of the 50 states of the United States along with related documents and resources. It literally contains the text of every constitution that has been in force for every single … Continue reading

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From the Reference Desk: Resource Spotlight on GALILEO’s Georgia Legislative Documents

At the reference desk we often get questions from attorneys related to legislative history. Sometimes they are searching for the O.C.G.A. from a specific year when a particular part of legislation was enacted. For one such question recently we were … Continue reading

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For the love of Dictionaries

By Heather Simmons The law is all about words and what they mean, so dictionaries are especially important to attorneys. You may have noticed that the library just received the new 11th edition of Black’s Law Dictionary, edited by Bryan … Continue reading

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CLE & ICLE Presentations This Month

By Stephen Wolfson As you are undoubtedly aware, the librarians at the University of Georgia Law School teach numerous classes, including 1L legal research, advanced legal research, and various lunch and learn sessions. But did you know that they teach … Continue reading

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On Reserve Podcast Episode 4: Legal Research

In this episode co-hosts Leslie Grove and Rachel Evans interview the Law Library’s two newest librarians about their most memorable reference questions, their past library and law firm experiences and their favorite legal research resources: Outreach & Research Services Law … Continue reading

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