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University mourns passing of civil rights pioneer Horace Ward

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Civil rights pioneer Horace Taliaferro Ward, the first African-American to apply for admission to UGA, died April 23 at the age of 88.A retired federal judge, Ward is credited with helping to set the tone for the civil rights movement in Georgia in the 1950s. "The University of Georgia mourns the loss of Judge Horace Ward, whose courage and determination paved the way for African-American students to gain equal access to the state's flagship institution of higher learning," said President Jere W. Morehead. "Judge Ward leaves behind a legacy of dedicated public service. The thoughts of the university community go out to his friends and family."


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Dennis publishes article in Catholic University Law Review

Monday, April 25, 2016

Associate Professor Andrea L. Dennis has published "Talk Don't Touch? Considerations for Children's Attorneys on the Physical Touch of Clients" in 65 Catholic University Law Review 256 (Winter 2015).


Georgia Law featured in the Athens Banner-Herald

Monday, April 25, 2016

Georgia Law was featured in the Athens Banner-Herald regarding the unveiling of the portraits of Hosch Professor Rebecca Hanner White and late Judge B. Avant Edenfield (J.D.'58), who served in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Georgia. The article titled "Former dean, former federal judge portraits presented to the UGA School of Law" was published 4/24/16.


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Graham presents at SEAALL/SWALL meeting

Monday, April 25, 2016

Cataloging Services Librarian Suzanne Graham co-presented "Competitive Intelligence Super Sleuth Secrets" with C. Watson at the SEAALL/SWALL Joint Annual Meeting in Dallas during April. 


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Carol Watson presents at SEAALL/SWALL meeting

Monday, April 25, 2016

Law Library Director Carol A. Watson co-presented "Competitive Intelligence Super Sleuth Secrets" with S. Graham at the SEAALL/SWALL Joint Annual Meeting in Dallas during April. 

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