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Introduction to Georgia Legal Research

This guide is designed to be a source guide on Georgia legal materials.  It will note both the print and online materials.  This guide is intended to serve as just a starting point.  It has been designed for use by students, faculty members, lawyers and the general public.  

If you need assistance finding or using any of the resources in this guide please contact any of our GSU Law Librarians.  For more in-depth information, please refer to the resources and books listed below.

Nancy P. Johnson, Nancy Deel & Elizabeth Adelman, Researching Georgia Law, 22 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 381 (2006). 

If you have access to Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) Lessons, refer to Georgia Legal Research - Primary Source Materials (2005) and Georgia Legal Research - Secondary Materials (2009).

 

 

Books on Georgia Legal Research

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Georgia Legal Research - Nancy P. Johnson, Elizabeth G. Adelman, Nancy J. Adams
Call Number: Ref. KFG75.J64
ISBN: 159460388X
This work represents one of the most current and comprehensive legal research tools written specially for Georgia.


 

Authors

Nancy Johnson
Associate Dean for Library and Information Services and Professor of Law
GSU College of Law

Austin Martin Williams
Coordinator of Research Instructional Services
GSU College of law
austin@gsu.edu

Kimberly Snoddy-George
Law Library Intern (Spring 2011)
GSU College of Law

 

Disclaimer

Bibliographies on this Web site were prepared for educational purposes by law students as part of Nancy P. Johnson's Advanced Legal Research course. The Law Library does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information provided. Thorough legal research requires a researcher to update materials from date of publication; please note the semester and year the bibliography was prepared.

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