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Evans presents to AALL technical services section

Friday, December 4, 2020

Metadata Services & Special Collections Librarian Rachel S. Evans presented “From Task Management Apps to Accessible Training and Procedures: Tools and ADA Compliant Tech for Teleworking Librarians” as part of an American Association of Law Libraries Technical Services Special Interest Section webinar series during December (with M. Cheney).


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Mangan receives grant for Legal Writing Manual

Friday, December 4, 2020

Legal Writing Instructor Jean Mangan was recently awarded a Continuous Improvement Grant by Affordable Learning Georgia, a University System of Georgia initiative to promote student success by supporting the implementation of affordable alternatives to expensive commercial textbooks, particularly Open Educational Resources (OER) and open textbooks. Mangan will use the grant to add, expand and revise chapters in her Legal Writing Manual.


Evans and L. Grove present at Society of Georgia Archivists Annual Meeting

Thursday, December 3, 2020

Metadata Services & Special Collections Librarian Rachel S. Evans and Web Developer Leslie Grove presented "Born Digital: The Art of Archiving Photos with Script & Batch Processing" at the Society of Georgia Archivists Annual Meeting during November (with S. Bradley).


Kadri featured in the United Kingdom's The Telegraph

Thursday, December 3, 2020

Assistant Professor Thomas E. Kadri was featured in the United Kingdom's The Telegraph regarding social media platforms censoring content. The article titled "Mark Zuckerberg set for Republican grilling after Facebook suppresses voter fraud claims en masse" was written by Margi Murphy and Laurence Dodds and was published 11/15/20.


Community HeLP and First Amendment clinics successful with motion to help detained women

Wednesday, December 2, 2020

The Community Health Law Partnership Clinic and the First Amendment Clinic joined forces to assist women who allegedly endured abusive gynecological and other medical treatments, as well as inhumane conditions and retaliation, while in the custody of U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement in Georgia. Third-year student Anish Patel helped with the preparation of a motion addressing immigration and free speech issues that the U.S. District Court for Middle District of Georgia granted in its entirety. Specifically, the motion allows the women to submit their statements to the court under seal and using Jane Doe pseudonyms in order to protect the women against further retaliation for speaking out. The clinics also co-represent one of the detained women individually and are pursuing remedies for her release in multiple state and federal forums.

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