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Learn the Magic of PDFs with Legal Tech Instruction

Do you even wonder if there’s some “crystal ball” out there that will magically show you how to use technology in an easy and practical way? Georgia Law students, faculty and staff are in luck! This afternoon the law library continues … Continue reading

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Lawyers Love PDFs (and You Should Too)

PDF is the standard format for filing and exchanging documents in many professions, but the legal setting makes the PDF especially appealing. Not only is the format virtually accessible across all devices making them nearly universally compatible, but the format … Continue reading

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Practice Readiness with Legal Tech Instruction

Last semester, IT Librarian Jason Tubinis and Web Coordinator Rachel Evans introduced students to the Legal Technology Audit (LTA). The LTA is essentially a series of mock assignments developed by Casey Flaherty, corporate counsel at Kia Motors America, Inc. Flaherty used the audit … Continue reading

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