University of Georgia School of Law

Advocate Magazine

Volume 40, Issue 2 (2006)


  • Challenging poverty through law: Exploring ways to make a difference
  • Restoring the American dream: Fighting poverty and expanding the middle class
  • Defending the right to self-representation: An empirical look at the pro se felony defendant
  • Drawing the line: One taxpayer's economic development incentive is often another's discriminatory tax
  • Headlines
  • New fellowship to help fill legal services void
  • Hirsch Hall Highlights
  • Renowned scholar Stanley Fish discusses the interpretation of text
  • Sarah Weddington: Legal education teaches critical skills
  • Faculty Accomplishments
  • Brown, Coenen and Dupre recognized by students
  • Student Briefs
  • Class of 2006 Commencement
  • Advocacy program records stellar year
  • Alumni Activities
  • Class Notes
  • In Memoriam



Volume 40, Issue 2 (Spring/Summer 2006)
University of Georgia School of Law

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