Access Through July 27: The library remains an active construction zone. Access is temporarily limited to current Georgia State Law students (needing study space, study aids, Reserves, or research assistance), Georgia State Law faculty and Georgia State Law staff.
Access July 28 – Aug. 9: Access during summer Intersession will be limited to current Georgia State Law faculty and staff. Students needing research assistance can contact us via phone or the Chat Reference service. Check our calendar for specific hours.
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- Free Federal Legal Research ResourcesWhile many attorneys utilize Bloomberg Law, Lexis Advance, or WestlawNext to conduct federal legal research, there are plenty of free options that researchers can use to conduct legal research. Below is a selected list of free resources, organized by source type. For additional resources, consult our Free Legal Resources research guide. Constitution of the United […]Blog
- Law Library Hours UpdateProgress is being made but construction continues in the College of Law and the Law Library. The library will continue with temporarily shortened hours through Sunday, July 19, with slightly expanded hours for July 20-26. The library will be open to current Georgia State Law students, Georgia State Law faculty and Georgia State Law staff to […]Blog
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- The United States Law WeekThere have been many major legal developments in the United States over the past several weeks. The Supreme Court has issued several landmark opinions in regards to healthcare, marriage, housing, and congressional redistricting. In addition, the U.S. Congress has debated and passed notable pieces of legislation related to trade authority and national security. Moreover, several […]Blog