Cyberlaw: Entering a New Legal Frontier The law school's curriculum constantly evolves to meet the needs of the profession. An example is the new cyberlaw course created and taught by Professor Bob Brussack (J.D.'76)

Fifth Generation Earns Law Degree I Elizabeth Dodd Kanne (J.D.'OO) continued a Barrow family tradition when she became its fifth generation to graduate from the University of Georgia School of Law

Commencement 2000 A photo essay of the crowning moment for the 216 members of the Class of 2000

Special Insert: 1999-2000 Donor Report Record membership in the Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society and a new high in unrestricted annual giving highlight the 1999-2000 Donor Report, found in the center of the Advocate

Charting a Course for the Future: The Strategic Plan: 2000-2010 The UGA School of Law aspires to be one of the nation's finest public law schools by the year 2010. Learn how we plan to get there by reading the strategic plan, printed in its entirety

Reunion Reflections Returning alumni from 10 classes share their law school memories

Headlines UGA in the News. 92-Year-Old Lumpkin Descendant to Receive Law Degree. Admissions Lawsuit

Hirsch Hall Highlights Fall Sibley Lecture. Entering 1L Stats. Rusk Center Happenings. Intros and Goodbyes

Faculty Accomplishments Ron Carlson Receives Tweed Award. Dupre Wins Blue Key Alumnus Award. Scherr Named Lilly Fellow. White Selected as Senior Teaching Fellow. Faculty Notes (Updates on Professors)

Alumni Activities LLM. Reunion in Athens, List of Supreme Court Advocates Grows. Letters from BOV and LSAC Leaders. YLAC Activities. Dean's Travels. Homecoming Celebration, Distinguished Service Scroll Awards Presented

Student Briefs Dozen Judicial Clerks. Kudos for Phi Alpha Delta. King's Inns Exchange. Miss Georgia Returns as 2L EJF and PIP Fellows. EJF Service Awards. England Competition. Profiles of Lisa Taylor, John Oliphant and Sarah Schindler.

Class Notes Updates from Your Classmates. Class Reunion Photos. Features on Housing Advocate Maria Campbell (LLB.'67), Volunteer International Financial Consultants John Douglas (J.D.'77)

and Susan Jump Wilson (J.D.'89), and Author Betty Bush (J.D.'85).