Tag Archives: Special Collections

Lifetime of Leadership: Edith Elizabeth House

Edith Elizabeth House, a native of Winder, Ga., was one of the first female graduates of the University of Georgia School of Law. She graduated in 1925 and was co-valedictorian of her class. House enjoyed a distinguished career in public … Continue reading

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The Process of Preservation

The American Library Association designates a week in April as Preservation Week. The goal is to connect with and educate our communities on ways to preserve our collections. Georgia Law has a particularly rich and deep historic collection but those … Continue reading

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General Phillips Dies – Donated Nuremburg Trials Collection

The Law Library acknowledges the passing of Brigadier General Eugene Phillips. General Phillips was a 1939 graduate of UGA, earning a degree in journalism. He worked as a reporter before joining the Army. Following World War II, Phillips was a … Continue reading

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Celebrating the Louis B. Sohn Centennial

This month, we’re celebrating the centennial of the birth of the late Professor Louis B. Sohn. Students stopping by the Law Library this morning enjoyed a “United Nations blue” celebratory cupcake and learned a little about the long-time scholar of … Continue reading

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