Amicus Briefs - News from the Alexander Campbell                King Law Library
March/April 2013
 
In This Issue Circulation Manager Marie Mize 
Circulation Manager Marie Mize           
Focus on Marie Mize

Marie Mize is the Law Library’s circulation manager. She manages the business end of the Circulation Department and our student workers who man the circulation desk. Among her many other duties she is largely responsible for the “Circ Attitude” of always friendly, how-can-we-help-you courtesy. Always willing to pitch in and lend a hand, she’s also behind most of the exhibits put on here at the law library and she makes the DVD collection come alive with different features. Marie is not only the chair of the Law School Staff Council but is also the Law School representative on the UGA Staff Council. Marie has a BS in Marketing and Management from Kennesaw State University and an MBA from Auburn.

Marie is an avid fan of all things historic especially in connection with the University of Georgia, all aspects of baseball, and her own family genealogy, which has an incredible line of judges, generals, and even a Hall of Fame baseball player. Marie is also a discerning patron of great music made here in Athens, so stop by and ask her what’s playing around town any time.

Lunch-n-Learn: Atlanta Law Libraries 101

Will you be working or interning in the ATL this summer? Cataloging Services Librarian Suzanne Graham will be providing tips on navigating Atlanta-area law libraries at our next Lunch-n-Learn!

Atlanta Law Libraries 101
Monday, April 8
12:30-1:00pm
Classroom B

We'll provide the pizza - you bring a beverage!

Law Library Hours Extended During Finals
From April 19 to May 15, the Law Library's hours will be extended to:

Monday through Friday 7am-2am
Saturday and Sunday 8am - 2am

A calendar displaying our hours daily is posted at http://www.law.uga.edu/library-hours-operation

New HeinOnline Resource for Tax & Economic Reform

The Law Library recently acquired HeinOnline's new database: Taxation & Economic Reform in America Parts I and II. Use this database for the legislative histories of tax legislation, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, the Gramm-Leach Bliley Act, Securities Act of 1933 and 1934 and much more. Through this database researchers can look at the historical economical foundation of the United States leading to our current economic state. The information on regulations, laws, and legislative histories in this new resource reach back to the late 1700's.

Umbrellas at Circulation

The next time it's raining and you forget your umbrella, the Law Library has you covered! We now have umbrellas available for checkout for a 24 hour period.  See your friends at Circulation if you would like to check one out.


Reference Service Now Available via Chat!


Chat Reference is now available during the hours the Reference Desk is staffed. Use this new service for assistance with brief questions, such as identifying the appropriate resources to answer a question or locating a specific resource. More complex questions usually require an alternative method of communication, such as an in-person reference interview.

Chat with us at http://www.law.uga.edu/chat-reference



Law Dawgs of the Class of 2013
For this final issue of the 2012-13 school year, we are pleased to bring you a fabulous group of Law Dawgs all belonging to members of the class of 2013. Thank you to the students who submitted these photos, and we wish all of our graduating students good luck!

Law Dawg Poe
Poe
Lennie Shewmaker

Law Dawg Louis
Louis
Emily Cook
Law Dawg Simon
Simon
Robert Jacques

Law Dawg Bailey
Bailey
Christina Peterson



Law Dawg Rusty
Rusty Alexander
Lauren Allen
Law Dawg Frank
Frank
Aaron Moody

Law Dawg Ghazi
Ghazi
Brooke McGuffey

Law Dawg Gunnerson
Gunnerson
Andrew Regan
Law Dawgs Lucy and Linus
Linus (brown) and Lucky (black)
Lawrence Winsor

All members of the Law School Community (students, faculty and staff) are invited to submit a photo for possible selection as the Law Dawg of the Month in upcoming issues of Amicus Briefs. The featured entry for each issue will be selected at random from all entries received by the issue's deadline. Please 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 aburnett@uga.edu.


See the Law Dawgs on our Library with a View blog, where you'll
also find legal research tips, links to breaking legal news stories,
and fun tidbits on a variety of topics.