Law Day & Family Day '98: A Pictorial Review - The Scopes trial, examined in Prof. Ed Larson's Pulitzer Prize-winning book, headlines Law Day. This photo essay takes you through the day's numerous activities, including the naming of the Governor Carl E. Sanders Boardroom.

Some Practical Advice: Maximizing Your Investment Return on Legal Technology - Legal technology expert Tom Rowe (J.D. '86) shares advice you can use on getting the most for your money from computers.

Long-Awaited Law School History is Published! - The School of Law's remarkable past is explored in the history, A Unique and Fortuitous Combination, written for former placement and alumni programs director Gwen Wood. Her article gives you a sneak peek at the new book.

Reflections on Five Years: a Conversation with Dean Ned Spurgeon - As he leave the deanship, Ned Spurgeon discusses points of pride and disappointments.

Faculty Scholarship - Civil (Tort) Litigation: The Search for Data Continues--Hosch Professor Tom Eaton


Headlines - New Dean Selected; Prof. Ed Larson wins UGA's first Pulitzer Prize; Hosch Professor Dan Coenen wins the Meigs Award for Excellence in Teaching.

Hirsch Hall Highlights - Rusk Center on NPR and Japan TV; Anthony Lewis Sibley Lecture; Tenth annual Red Clay Conference; Awards for Laurie Fowler (J.D. '83); Rich Reaves and Russell Gabriel (J.D. '85); Argentinean Exchange

Alumni Activities - Letters from BOV and LSAC leaders; Mid-Year Bar Meeting; Development Update; Kilpatrick Professor Greeted by Kilpatrick Stockton L.L.P.

Student Briefs - Moot court and mock trial at a leadership transition; Student service accomplishments and awards; Profiles of Candice Decaire, Clay Fuller and Jin Kim.

Class Notes - Updates from your classmates and features on Rufe McCombs (LL.B. '41), Sonny Seiler (J.D. '57), Rick Deane (J.D. '77), Benna Ruth Solomon (J.D. '78), and Isabelle Clement (LL.M. '88).