School of Law


The School of Law Colloquia Series

The Law School Colloquia Series sponsors weekly presentations of scholarly works-in-progress by faculty at Emory University and other institutions. Faculty from all schools of the university are welcome. Manuscripts are circulated in advance; lunch is typically provided. To be added to the colloquium listserv, interested faculty should contact Robert Schapiro at, or at 7-1103.

For more information and additions to the series, please visit the Law School scholarly events calendar.

Hugh F. MacMillan Law Library

The MacMillan Law Library holds approximately 360,000 volumes and over 5,500 serial subscriptions, and is a selective depository for U.S. Government Documents and a full depository for publications of the European Union. The Law Library also provides Law School students, faculty, and staff access to a number of electronic resources, via campus Ethernet, including LEXIS, Westlaw, e-mail, and the Internet. The library features state-of-the-art technology including an electronic classroom which has 12 Pentium computers connected to high-speed laser printers. The classroom is equipped with a multi-media projection system which is used to train law students in the use of electronic services.
Professors are appointed a librarian liaison to facilitate delivery of library services: interlibrary loan; book orders; help with the online catalog; or suggestions of current awareness databases on intellectual property. Librarian liaisons will also work with research assistants to help faculty meet research needs.
Click here for library services for faculty, including library liaison contact information


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