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Survival Guide: College of Law Library

July 10, 2014
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By Darius Wood Behind the trepid 80’s décor lies a modern two-floor library that holds a variety of legal, professional, and general resources.  On reserve you can find everything from headphones to course textbooks for every course currently taught. A few key items are: Earplugs Projector Kits The Bluebook Dry Erase Markers Flash Cards (Torts, […]

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Microsoft Office for your phone

July 7, 2014
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You just thought of the perfect opening sentence for your environmental law paper, but your at the gym – miles away from a computer. Or you want to review your professor’s PowerPoint presentation from last class, but you forgot to print them out prior to boarding the train. Law students are constantly on the go, shuffling class […]

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Finals? Again?!: Study Aids for You

June 26, 2014
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Finals are just around the corner, and the Law Library has a few things that might help you with your studies. As you may remember, we have Law in the Flash Cards, Audio Lectures, and a number of books like Examples & Explanations (E&Es), Questions & Answers, Nutshells, and others. All are available for check-out. […]

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10 “1L” GSU Law Library Resources

June 23, 2014
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by: Darlene Childers For newly admitted law students, the summer before classes begin can be overwhelming with questions regarding books, schedules, professors, etc… So, if you are looking for a few introductory resources to answer “What should I expect my 1L year?”, the GSU Law Library is a great place to start: One L 1L […]

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A Landmark Day for Civil Rights

June 19, 2014
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President Lyndon Johnson and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., at the signing of the Civil Rights Act.

On June 19, 1865, Maj. Gen. Gordon Granger stood on the balcony of a house in Galveston, Texas, and read out the text of General Order No. 3, informing the people of Texas of the effects of the Emancipation Proclamation. Annual celebration of Juneteenth (a portmanteau of “June” and “nineteenth”) began the next year; although celebration of […]

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