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Summer Reading Suggestions

Last week the Law Library posted summer reading suggestions from their faculty.  We loved the idea (and suggestions) and decided to create our own list. Here are some books recommended by library employees for your summer reading enjoyment!   Laura … Continue reading

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The Music of Management is now available through ScholarWorks@Georgia State University

The book The Music of Management: Applying Organization Theory, by Dennis R. Young is now freely available in ScholarWorks@Georgia State University.  Dr. Young, a Professor of Public Management and Policy in the Georgia State University Andrew Young School of Policy … Continue reading

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Colonial Academic Alliance Undergraduate Research Journal Publishes New Issue

The Colonial Academic Alliance is pleased to announce the publication of the 4th volume of the annual Colonial Academic Alliance Undergraduate Research Journal.  This year’s volume presents studies from three of CAA’s member institutions – the University of North Carolina … Continue reading

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GSU Lawsuit Appeal – Oral Argument and Post-Argument Panel

The oral arguments in the GSU Lawsuit Appeal (Cambridge v. Becker) were held on Tuesday, November 19.  Kevin Smith provides a good summary.  Following the arguments, a panel discussed the case, argument, and possible outcomes.  A recording of the panel … Continue reading

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GSU Copyright Lawsuit Appeal – Post Argument Panel Livestream

Oral arguments in the Georgia State Copyright lawsuit appeal were this morning.  At 2:00 today, Georgia State University Library and American University Washington College of Law Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property are hosting a post-argument panel.  The panel is … Continue reading

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Georgia State University Copyright Case – Post-Argument Panel Event

In 2012, a federal district court in Georgia ruled largely in favor of Georgia State University in the ongoing copyright lawsuit initiated by Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, and Sage Publishers. The decision was the first federal court decision … Continue reading

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Georgia State Copyright Lawsuit: Appellee Brief, Multiple “Friend of the Court” Briefs Filed

Georgia State University recently filed their Appellee Brief in response to the Publishers’ Appellant brief. Additionally, five amicus briefs were filed.  Briefs in support of Georgia State and for affirming the District Court decision in favor of Georgia State include: … Continue reading

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National Library Week

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This week is National Library Week, and today, April 16, is National Library Workers Day. In a 2005 address to the American Library Association conference, President Obama noted that “More than a building that houses books and data, the library … Continue reading

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Call for submissions: The Colonial Academic Alliance Undergraduate Research Journal

    The Colonial Academic Alliance Undergraduate Research Journal adds to the body of knowledge in all fields and showcases the outstanding scholarship of our undergraduates. It provides a forum for students to publicly share their research, offering opportunities for presenting … Continue reading

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First Sale Victory: Kirtsaeng v. Wiley

In United States copyright law, the first sale doctrine is what permits libraries to lend books and other materials. 17 USC § 109(a). Kirtsaeng v. Wiley is a case challenging the applicability of the first use doctrine to copyrighted material … Continue reading

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