University of Georgia School of Law

Advocate Magazine



  • A Conversation with Dean David Shipley - Get to know the new dean's opinions on a host of issues through an interview conducted by the Georgia Advocate.
  • Heeding the Profession's Inherent Call to Service - The motivation is not self-promotion, so you may be unaware of just how much the law school does for the community. Caldwell Professor Milner Ball 0.0.'71) explores the quiet ways the entire law school community-faculty, staff and students-work to better society.
  • Around the Peach State in 120 Days - Dean Shipley has spent much of his first four months on the road meeting alumni and hearing their concerns. Check his jam-packed travel log.
  • The Homecoming/Reunion Weekend Photo Album - More than 850 people attended the annual "Barbeque, Bluegrass and Bulldogs Celebration." Catch the highlights.
  • Scenes from Commencement 1998 - A pictorial review of the culmination of three years of blood, sweat and tears by the Class of 1998.
  • Report of Annual Giving - 24-page insert found in the center of the Georgia Advocate.
  • Headlines - UGA in the News.
  • Hirsch Hall Highlights - Introductions and Departures. Entering Class Stats. Georgia Supreme Court in Session at UGA.Roe v. Wade Attorney Sarah Weddington's Edith House Lecture.
  • Accreditation Site Visit. Marine Environmental Research Grant. Resetting of Doomsday Clock.
  • Faculty Accomplishments - Faculty Notes. Pulitzer Prize Kudos.
  • Alumni Activities - Presentation of Distinguished Service Scrolls and Harold Clarke's (J.D.'50) Portrait. Letter from LSA President. YLACUpdate.
  • Student Briefs - Student Accomplishments. King's Inns Moot Court Competition. Profiles of Ryan Walsh, Elizabeth Dodd Kanne and Stacey Valrie.
  • Class Notes - Updates from Your Classmates. Class Reunion Photos. BOV/LSAC Leaders' Dinner.
  • LL.M. Reunion News. Features on Judy Aust 0.0.'85), Christopher Sabec (J.D.'92) and John Skelton (J.D. '96). Plus, scan the selection of new Law Dawg memorabilia!



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