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Faculty & Staff Resources

A guide for members of the School of Law faculty and satff to share resources from the library including research and reference services, accessing our physical and electronic collection, and more.

Welcome School of Law Faculty

The Law Library has a wide variety of resources and services that support School of Law faculty with research, scholarship, and teaching. This guide collects many of our offerings in one location to make connecting with librarians, accessing information, and utilizing the library as easy as possible.

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Faculty Specific Services

Reference Assistance   Lexis, Westlaw, and Bloomberg Law Passwords
Faculty members can obtain reference assistance at any time by contacting the Interim Associate Director of Research Services / Clinical Services and Research Librarian, the reference desk e-mail (, or reference desk phone (706) 542-6591.   Contact the Interim Associate Director of Research Services / Clinical Services and Research Librarian to establish your Lexis, Westlaw and Bloomberg Law accounts or if you have any questions or issues.
Library Research Assistant Program   Current Awareness Alerts

The Law Library provides supervised student research assistants for short term projects, such as:

  • Legal research on a variety of specific issues
  • Literature review
  • Legislative history
  • Locating data, cases, statutes, etc.
  • Cite checking
  • Bluebooking
  • Creation of PowerPoint presentations

The Instruction and Faculty Services Librarian can assist you in setting up alert services through:

  • Smart CILP
  • Bloomberg/BNA
  • CCH
  • SSRN
  • Westlaw
  • Lexis, or other online legal information resources
  • Routing specific print issues
Classroom Support   Publication of Scholarship


Course Reserves

Online Exams Collections

Classroom Technology

  • The I.T. department has a dedicated instructional technology specialist available to assist you in learning to operate the classroom technology. For assistance, contact
  • Additionally, the library has an Information Technology Librarian who can assist in facilitating technology-related requests between faculty and the I.T. department.

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Digital Commons

  • Digital Commons@Georgia Law is the Law School’s institutional repository. The service captures the intellectual output of the Law School, preserves its institutional history, and enhances the access to faculty members’ publications. All faculty scholarship is loaded into the Digital Commons after the applicable copyright permissions are obtained in order to enhance accessibility of UGA School of Law faculty publications.

Faculty Bibliographies

Acquisition & Delivery Requests

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