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Research Instruction

Instructional Services Provided by the Law Library

The Law Library provides a variety of instructional services, including the following:

  • Courses in U.S. Legal Research and Writing for LL.M. students (3 credits); Advanced Legal Research (2 credits); Introduction to United States Law for LL.M. students(2 credits); and International Legal Research (1 credit)
  • Focused sessions open to the entire Law School community, including lunchtime programs, instructional coffees, and other brief events
  • In-class sessions tailored to the assignments and research needs of the students in a specific course
  • Research training specific to the needs of faculty research assistants
  • Orientation for the student-edited journals’ editorial boards at the beginning of each school year
  • Orientation for the 1L class at the beginning of each school year
  • Library tours and training sessions for non-Law School classes
  • Individualized reference assistance at the Reference Desk or by appointment with a librarian
  • Research guides on subjects of broad interest or tailored to meet the research needs of a specific course or event
  • Video tutorials providing instruction on the use of library resources
  • Continuing Legal Education courses on legal research for the state bar association
  • Continuing Judicial Education courses on legal research for Georgia magistrate judges

Please contact Anne Burnett (706-542-5298) to discuss your specific research instruction needs.