Wouldn't it be wonderful if all of the Law
School's intellectual output were captured digitally and made available
in one easy-to-access place? It would be even better if one could also
access digitized versions of the Law Library's special collections and
the Law School's institutional archives.
News! That is exactly what the Digital Commons@University
of Georgia School of Law institutional repository
provides. Visit our Digital Commons to find decades of faculty
scholarship, LL.M. theses, conference
materials, Sibley and House Lectures, commencement speeches and other
Digital Commons includes items in a variety of formats, including
print, image, audio, and video:
the video of the Law
School's 106th Sibley Lecture, delivered by Professor William
Eskridge, Jr. on March 18, 2010 at the Law School
for articles and
working papers authored by your favorite law professor
court documents and photos in our Phillips
Nuremburg Trials Collection, which provides court documents and
photos from the post-World War II trials held during 1945-1949 (see
for LL.M. theses, student organization documents, and other student works
of Law School news in the Law School Archives Collection, which
includes press releases, photographs, the Georgia Law Advocate magazine, semester schedules, and other
Law School publications
more about the subjects of the many portraits displayed throughout the
Law School in the Portrait
above is just a sampling of the 3,000+ items you can find in our
Digital Commons, and the repository continues to grow at a rapid pace.
If you need any assistance using this rich resource, our Reference Team
will be happy to help.
In response to a student request, the Law Library now provides
"real" coasters for use in the Law Library. We also wanted them to be
eco-friendly, and research pointed to cork as a good solution.
around the reading rooms or ask at the Circulation Desk if you need a
coaster" for your beverage.
Library Hours: Spring Break
Law Library's Spring Break hours:
March 12 8:00am - 5:00pm
March 13 11:00am - 5:00pm
March 14 -Saturday, March 19 8:00am-5:00pm
March 20 noon - 2am
hours resume on Monday, March 21. The Law
- Thursday 7:00am - 2:00am
7:00am - 9:00pm
8:00am - 9:00pm
8:00am - 2:00am
the Law Library's hours for the entire semester at http://www.law.uga.edu/library-hours-operation.
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month's Law Dawgs are Along Comes Mary
and her foal Curiously Strong,
who make their home with Legal Research & Writing Instructor Pennie Peck.
Law School Community: Please keep on
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and remember that
your cats, birds, fish, horses, and more are all candidates for Law
now see the Law Dawgs on our
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also find legal
research tips, links to breaking legal news stories,
and fun tidbits
on a variety of topics.