Advocate, Fall 2005/Winter 2006, Vol. 40, No. 1

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Articles include: Pollen Drift and the Bystanding Farmer: Harmonizing Patent Law and Common Law on the Technological Frontier; Leading Scholars Explore Status of International Law; The New Face of Electronic Discovery: Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure May Tame Electronic Discovery’s Wild West; The Pros and Cons of Publicity in the Legal Domain; Spiro Becomes Inaugural Associate Dean for Faculty; Development; Georgia Law Creates Study Abroad Opportunity in the Far East; Carlson and Shipley Appointed to Foundation of Freedom Commission; Comer and Smith Receive Distinguished Service Awards; Homecoming and Reunion Weekend 2005