Author Archives: Elizabeth Christian

Teaching in the Fall (at least as of Today!)

Emory Law is planning on having at least some classes on campus in the Fall and faculty and staff have spent all Spring working hard to figure out how to make this happen. Safety is the top priority and anything … Continue reading

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Making Friends, Memories and a Soundtrack During a Covid-19 Spring and Summer

At Emory Law Library we are all still working from home, but for me, one of the unexpected perks of staying at home is the making of new friends. Emory Law requires all administration and staff members to have daily … Continue reading

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Here’s What’s Going on in My Neck of the Woods

Things have been unusual lately at Emory Law Library since the hit of the coronavirus to say the least, but we have been stepping up to the plate.  Everyone in the Law Library is now working remotely and we’ve been … Continue reading

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Drafting a Take Home Final with Impact

Last week I gave out my take home final for my Case Law Legal Research Class.  Much to the students’ initial chagrin, it’s 14 pages, but I give them two weeks to complete it and it covers things we have … Continue reading

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How I Started Reading for Pleasure Again

A wise person once told me that reading for pleasure is like having a conversation with a very intelligent person.  You can learn from them, be entertained by them and be transported out of whatever less than ideal mindset, boredom … Continue reading

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