Amicus Briefs - News from the Alexander Campbell                King Law Library
November 2013
 
In This Issue

    CALI 
    Exam Anxiety? CALI Can Help!  
            

    Prep for Exams with CALI

    Looking for another tool to help give you an extra leg up for your exam preparation? CALI (Computer Assisted Legal Instruction) is a service available to all law students that include a ton of great resources as you start studying.

    There are individual lessons for common topics like constitutional law, civil procedure, administrative law, etc., subject-specific outlines, and even lessons that complement select casebooks.

    To create an account go to www.cali.org, but you’ll also need the UGA Law authorization code. You can find the code at the library’s reference desk, or you can email me to have it sent to you. Good luck and happy outlining!

    More Exam Resources

    Don’t forget the study guides in the reserve collection on GAVEL.  Search “study guides” in either instructor name or course name index to find the best resources to help with your studying.

    Reserves


    Also, remember to check out the “Study Aids Subscription” link in your WestLaw account. It includes all of the Nutshells and Hornbooks published by West.

    West Study Aids



    Book Repair Clinic
    Are your books as worn out as you are? Do they have broken spines, torn pages and loose hinges? Come to our Book Repair Clinic! Skilled members of the Law Library staff will perform simple mending using appropriate materials (no, duct tape does not belong on books).*

    Book Repair Clinic
    Thursday, Nov. 21
    9:15am - noon
    Law Library Lobby

    *Note that we cannot repair rare or valuable materials or leather bindings.

    Late Nights at the Law School?

    Does studying for exams have you extending your stay at the Law School into the wee hours of the morning?  If so, please take a moment to consider basic safety concerns:

    •    Never prop open exterior doors
    •    Only open doors for people you know
    •    Find someone to walk with you to your car (especially if you park in a perimeter lot)
    •    Program the University Police number into your phone (706) 542-2200

    Hours During Thanksgiving, Exams, and Winter Break
    Thanksgiving Holiday Hours

    Wed 11/27 7a-5p

    Thu 11/28 CLOSED

    Fri 11/29 10a-10p

    Sat 11/30 10a-10p

    Extended Hours during Exams

    Sun 12/1 - Tue 12/17

    Saturdays & Sundays 8a-2a
    Mondays - Fridays 7a-2a

    Winter Break Hours

    Wed 12/18 7a-7p

    Thu 12/19 - Sat 12/21 8a-5p

    Sunday 12/22 CLOSED

    Mon 12/23 8a-5p

    Tue 12/24 8a-noon

    Wed 12/25 - Wed 1/1 CLOSED

    Full hours posted at http://www.law.uga.edu/library-hours-operation

    Law Dawg of the Month: Jack O'Brien
    This month's Law Dawg is Jack who shares the home of Legal Career Services Director David O'Brien.

    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.




    Law Dawg Jack O'Brien


    Jack O'Brien


    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.
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