This afternoon the law library is presenting a session at 2:30 PM in classroom F to share a variety of tips, reminders and resources to help prepare students for summer. Part of this session will include a selection of resources that you might be asked to use in your summer placement positions, including the Daily Report. If you haven’t read or heard of the Daily Report yet, now is a great time to familiarize yourself with it.
What is the Daily Report?
The Daily Report is Georgia’s source for news about the business and practice of law. In past years many attorneys in the state were familiar with a print version. Today your best bet is powered by Law.com, an industry-leading media platform facilitating access to over 18 online U.S. national and regional award-winning legal publications. While Law.com delivers news, rankings, reports, and strategy all designed to give lawyers the competitive intelligence to prepare for and anticipate opportunities for future success, the Daily Report online synthesizes state of Georgia specific legal news including court decisions, noteworthy developments, and articles about the practice of law.
How Can I Use the Daily Report?
Navigating content from the Daily Report online is easiest using their menu across the top. Browse alphabetically by topic, including Litigation, Transactional Law, Legal Technology or Cybersecurity. Law.com also makes searching for and finding popular Surveys and Rankings as well as Case Digests user friendly. There are also sections dedicated to Public Notice, Classifieds and even Court Calendars.
How Do I Access the Daily Report Online?
Find the Daily Report in our A to Z database list at https://libguides.law.uga.edu/az.php?a=d, or by searching our online library catalog GAVEL https://gavel.law.uga.edu/record=b1779103. If you experience any issues, please reach out to us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or chatting with a member of our reference team by visiting: https://www.law.uga.edu/chat-reference.