Tag Archives: technology

#CALICon19 Recap

Last week I.T., librarians and faculty headed to Columbia, South Carolina for the CALI (Computer Assisted Legal Instruction) Conference to present and take in some fantastic sessions. One great thing about CALICon is that sessions are not only live streamed … Continue reading

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Law Librarians Offer Sessions to Support the 1L Brief

Today and Friday a team of four librarians will serve up two separate sessions dedicated to the 1L Brief. #1: Bluebooking for the 1L Brief On Tuesday February 19th at 12 noon drop in for free pizza with International Law … Continue reading

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Meet Victor Lawrence, I.T.’s New Web Coordinator & Developer

By Leslie Grove The Law School’s IT Department welcomes Victor Lawrence, our new Web Coordinator and Developer.  Victor comes to us from the world of software startup consulting and brings a fresh perspective as we work to update all of … Continue reading

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Events at the Law Library Today: Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month & Learn About Blockchain

This morning from 8:15 to 10 am, stop by the front of the library for a free breakfast hosted by the Hispanic Law Student Association to celebrate Hispanic and Latino American culture, heritage, and contributions. The HLSA is also hosting a $500 trivia contest. At the … 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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Tech Tip of the Month: Two-Factor Authentication is your (Kinda’ Weird) Friend!

By Jason Tubinis We all have “that” friend, right? They text at weird hours, they can act a little awkward in otherwise normal situations, they have a knack for showing up at the worst time, etc. But you still hang … Continue reading

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UVA Law Launches Kavanaugh Project Website

This week UGA School of Law streamed the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, nominated to become an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court in Rusk Hall’s Walker Room for students, faculty and staff … Continue reading

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