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).
Office of Communications and Public Relations, "Advocate, Spring 1998, Vol. 32, No. 2" (1998). Advocate and News @ Georgia Law. Paper 51.