from film of Hirsch
Hall, circa 1932 reproduced with
Self-Help E-books from MyiLibrary
UGA Law Library has purchased access to the MyiLibrary NOLO eBook
Collection. The collection contains the full text of nearly one
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divorce, elder law, intellectual property and immigration. With titles
such as Beat Your Own Ticket, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy and
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e-books titles from MyiLibrary, visit the UGA Law Library's Research
Resources web page at: http://www.law.uga.edu/library/research/index.html
Online Adds United Nations Law Collection
of the Law School community now have access through Hein Online to
digital reproductions of
major United Nations legal publications. The new United Nations Law
Collection contains a wealth of materials,
including the United Nations Treaty Series, the reports of the
International Court of Justice, the Reports of International
Arbitral Awards (RIAA),
finding aids for treaties, a variety of United Nations yearbooks,
historical documents, and much more, all with the familiar Hein Online
Are your books as worn out
as you are? Then visit our:
Book Repair Clinic
Monday, November 24
9:30 - 12:00
Law Library Lobby
Books with broken spines, torn pages, and loose hinges?
Hope to sell them back or just keep them as treasured mementos?
Come to the Book Repair Clinic
Members of the Library staff will perform simple mending using
appropriate materials (duct tape does not belong on books).*
Your books are hardly used? Stop by anyway --
we'll have coffee and treats.
*We cannot repair rare or valuable materials or leather bindings.
Film of Hirsch
Hall circa 1932
Among its many accomplishments,
the Law School can boast being the location of the first
known film shot on the UGA campus. Filmed in approximately 1932,
the reel includes shots of Harold Hirsch standing in front of Hirsch
Hall. The film also includes footage of a Hirsch family trip to Miami.
The film reel was preserved by the law firm of Kilpatrick Stockton and
is made available on the web by the Walter J. Brown Media Archives
at the University of Georgia Libraries.
of the Month
This issue's Law
Dawg is Liffey who resides with Adjunct Professor of Law Bertis
family, including Addie pictured here.
Crossword Puzzle by James Donovan
Songs about Laws and Lawyers
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