The Law Library now provides access to a conversational language learning service called Pronunciator.
With more than 80 different languages to choose from, Pronunciator
provides lessons, flashcards and pronunciation analysis. The best part?
You can use it on your favorite iOS or Android devices, as well as a
To track your progress and to use it on mobile devices, you must first create an account and password from this link while you are on the Law School network. Then you can use it anywhere!
Baker and Humphries Complete Diversity Certificate Program
The Law Library is proud to announce that Administrative Associate Deborah Baker and Catalog Assistant Carol Humphries recently graduated from the UGA Diversity and Inclusion Certificate program, which
creates an opportunity for faculty and staff to explore strategic areas
around diversity and improve their ability to contribute to the
enhancement of UGA’s welcoming and inclusive environment.
Congratulations, Deborah and Carol!
Food, Tobacco and Beverage Policies
The Law Library is
committed to providing a safe, pleasant and productive environment for
research and study. We remind our users of the following policies about
food, tobacco and beverages in the Law Library:
food and tobacco consumption are prohibited
beverages are allowed if they are in containers with lids
This month's Law Dawg is Winston, companion to 2L Andrew Fulbright.
All members of the Law School Community
(students, faculty and staff) are
invited to submit a photo for possible
selection as the Law Dawg.
The featured entry for each issue will
be selected at random from all entries
note that honorary Law Dawgs
(i.e. those of the feline, equine,
porcine, avian, etc. persuasion) are
eligible as well. Please send your Law
Dawg photo(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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