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Alumni Engagement 2013-2014……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 12 Endowed & Non-endowed Funds…………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 14 In Brief 2012-2013 ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 17 A Letter from the President …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 18 Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 20 Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society Spring Twilight Affair ……………………………………………………………………… 26 Honor Roll 2012-2013 ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 28 Gifts from Corporations, Foundations & Organizations …………………………………………………………………… 62 Gifts from Friends, Faculty & Staff ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 64 Gifts from Estates & Other Special Gifts ……………………………………………………………………………………………… 66 Memorial & Honorary Gifts ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 68 Firm & Corporation Alumni Challenge…………………………………………………………………………………………………… 72 Legacy Participation 2013 ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 76 Class Participation 2012-2013 ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 77

Law School Advancement Staff Contact Information

Gregory C. Sowell (J.D.’83) Senior Director of Law School Advancement (706) 542-7985 gsowell@uga.edu

Phyllis R. Cooke, Director of Annual Giving (706) 542-7637 cooke@uga.edu

Julia B. Douglas, Annual Giving Officer (706) 614-4734 douglasj@uga.edu

Anne S. Moser, Principal Gifts Officer (706) 338-0982 amoser@uga.edu

Sarah S. Baines, Major Gifts Officer (706) 614-4277 sbaines@uga.edu

Lara Pulliam, Stewardship Manager (706) 542-4726 lpulliam@uga.edu

Kate O’Reilly, Coordinator of Alumni Relations & Development (706) 542-5190 krl@uga.edu

Lisa C. Mathis, Senior Events Coordinator (706) 542-5075 lcmathis@uga.edu

Bridget J. Bolmgren, Administrative Assistant (706) 542-7959 bolmgren@uga.edu

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Dean’s Report 2013 Dear Alumni and Friends, Each year, I welcome the opportunity to prepare this annual Dean’s Report as it allows me to reflect on the activities of the previous 12 months. Having just completed my 10th year as the dean of the University of Georgia School Dean Rebecca Hanner White of Law, I continue to find the loyalty and affection demonstrated by you, our alumni and friends, to be inspiring. Relying upon the talents of our dedicated faculty and staff as well as our intelligent and engaging students, the school has accomplished many goals and has seized many opportunities. It has also faced challenges; however, I want you to know that your law school is thriving, and our future is bright. As you may be aware, one of our own now leads our university. On July 1, Jere W. Morehead (J.D.’80) assumed the helm of UGA, after being unanimously selected by the University System of Georgia Board of Regents earlier in the year. I am confident President UGA President Jere Morehead will lead our state’s Morehead (J.D.’80) flagship institution of higher education to new heights, and I take great comfort in the fact that he understands and appreciates the value of our law school and the role it plays within the greater university. He has said one of the most important things he can do as president is to keep the university focused on being the strongest academic institution that it can possibly be. I know you join me in wishing him well and desiring nothing but the best for UGA and our law school.

This past summer, phase three of our multiyear, multimillion dollar renovation process was completed. This most recent construction involved updating the hallways on the second and third floors to aesthetically link with the work previously completed on the first floor, the Rotunda and the northern end of the law school’s primary building. If you have not been to campus recently, I encourage you to come and see this renovation for yourself. The law school’s main building is now simply stunning. It still has that familiar feel, but the look is brighter and more open. Much of the work completed over the past three years was designed with our students in mind, and these changes have helped to repurpose underutilized areas and to address overcrowding. Approximately 4,000 square feet of building space was “captured,” the Sutherland Courtyard was transformed into a beautiful and useable space, and several study/interview rooms were created in addition to new student organization offices. Last fall, the second floor foyer, near the Alexander Campbell King Law Library main entrance,

Last fall, the law school’s second floor foyer, near the Alexander Campbell King Law Library main entrance, was named in honor of Kathelen Amos (J.D.’82).

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Dean’s Report 2013 was named in honor of Kathelen V. Amos (J.D.’82) in recognition of a leadership gift made to the law school to assist with these physical improvements. I want to thank Kathelen and her husband, Dan, for their support as well as the many others of you who helped make these renovations possible. Considering the fact that much of the school’s primary building had not been updated since the late 1960s, this remodeling was well overdue. Again, I encourage you to come and see for yourself the remarkable physical transformation that has taken place at your law school. On the faculty front, this fall we welcomed three new assistant professors who came to Athens after holding positions at three of our nation’s top law schools—Yale University, Stanford University and New York University. Jason A. Cade, who is teaching Immigration Law and will lead the law school’s newest experiential learning program—the MedicalLegal Partnership Clinic—joins us from NYU, where he taught and assisted with the school’s Immigration Rights Clinic. Previously, he practiced in small Assistant Professor firm and nonprofit settings as Jason Cade well as clerked for Magistrate Judge Steven M. Gold of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his law degree magna cum laude from Brooklyn Law School, where he was executive articles editor of the Brooklyn Law Review. Formerly the executive director of Stanford’s Constitutional Law Center, Nathan S. Chapman is teaching in the areas of law and ethics, law and religion, and Georgia practice. While at Stanford, Nathan was presented with the Knight Favorite Professor Award. Before entering Assistant Professor academia, he was an associate Nathan Chapman at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr in Washington, D.C., and clerked for Judge Gerald B. Tjoflat of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit. His bachelor’s degree is from Belmont University, while his master’s and law degrees are from Duke University, where he was an articles editor for the Duke Law Journal. 2

Christina Mulligan, who specializes in intellectual property and the relationship between law and technology, previously served as a postdoctoral associate and lecturer for the Information Society Project at Yale Law School. Additionally, she was a staff attorney at the Institute for Assistant Professor Justice and served as a judicial Christina Mulligan clerk for Judge Charles F. Lettow of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. Christina earned her bachelor’s degree cum laude and her law degree cum laude from Harvard University, where she served as a production and an article editor for the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology. I am pleased to share with you that Lonnie T. Brown Jr. is now serving as the law school’s associate dean for academic affairs. (A post he assumed after the retirement of Associate Dean and Professor Emeritus Paul M. Kurtz on June 30.) Lonnie brings academic Associate Dean for administrative experience to this Academic Affairs role as he served as the inaugural Lonnie Brown Administrative Fellow in UGA’s Office of the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost during the 2007-08 year. Specializing in civil procedure and legal ethics, he is also the current holder of the Cleveland Distinguished Chair of Legal Ethics and Professionalism. Very active in the broader legal community since joining the Georgia Law faculty in 2002, Lonnie presently serves on the Drafting Committee for the Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam and is the principal substantive consultant for the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia’s Local Rules Revision Project. Moreover, he is currently organizing the 14th Annual Legal Ethics and Professionalism Symposium that will focus on ethical and professionalism issues facing the bench and will be hosted by Georgia Law this coming February. Associate Dean for Faculty Development Bo Rutledge

In addition, Peter B. “Bo” Rutledge was named associate dean for faculty development, a

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Dean’s Report 2013 post that was held for the past two years by University Professor and Caldwell Chair in Constitutional Law Dan T. Coenen. In this role, Bo will work closely with members of the law school faculty, especially its untenured professors, to expand and promote scholarly activities. Bo, who also holds the law school’s Talmadge Chair, has teaching and research interests that include international dispute resolution, arbitration, international business transactions and the U.S. Supreme Court. Other honors bestowed on our faculty in the past year include Woodruff Chair in International Law Diane Marie Amann’s appointment as the special adviser to the International Criminal Court on children in and affected by armed conflict. She was also given the American Society for International Law Prominent Woman in International Law Award, which honors the “work of outstanding women” in this field. Lonnie Brown was presented with the Student Bar Association Professionalism Award in April. Associate Professor Elizabeth Chamblee “Beth” Burch was elected to serve as a member of the American Law Institute, an organization that produces scholarly work to “clarify, modernize and improve the law.” Associate Professor Harlan G. Cohen was nominated for, and is presently serving, a three-year term as a member of ASIL’s governing body. He co-edited the Proceedings of the 106th Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law. Additionally, he had the honor of serving as an observer delegate at the 14th United Nations Open-ended Informal Consultative Process on Oceans and the Law of the Sea during June. Hosch Professor Julian A. Cook III has been named a 2013-2014 SEC Administrative Fellow. He is one of only four UGA professors selected to participate in this program, which is part of a broader Academic Leadership Development Program of the Southeastern Conference that seeks to identify, prepare and advance academic leaders for roles within SEC institutions and beyond. Assistant Professor Jaime L. Dodge has been selected for the Next Generation Program of the 2013 National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges. She is the only scholar selected for inclusion in this group, which includes 40 bankruptcy attorneys who have demonstrated the potential to become highly respected members of the bankruptcy bar in the coming years. Matthew I. “Matt” Hall was promoted to associate professor.

Elizabeth Weeks Leonard (J.D.’99) was promoted to the rank of full professor. Associate Professor Hillel Y. Levin was granted tenure and was presented with the C. Ronald Ellington Award for Excellence in Teaching by our student body in the spring. Assistant Professor Timothy Meyer was one of only approximately 20 academic and professional experts from around the world who served as a contributing author for the U.N. Industrial Development Organization’s report titled “Networks for Prosperity: Connecting Development Knowledge Beyond 2015,” which analyzed the nexus between the global connectedness of a country and its economic success, sustainability and government effectiveness. Lisa Milot was promoted to associate professor with tenure. Sibley Professor in Corporate and Business Law Larry D. Thompson, who is currently on leave from Georgia Law and working as PepsiCo’s executive vice president, government affairs, general counsel and corporate secretary, was elected as a counsellor for ASIL’s executive council. Christian Turner was promoted to associate professor with tenure, and he received the John C. O’Byrne Memorial Award for Significant Contributions to Furthering Faculty-Student Relations from our law students earlier this year. Law Library Director Carol A. Watson (J.D.’87) was one of eight academic law librarians selected to serve on the Academic Law Library Advisory Board created by Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, one of the nation’s leading publishers of legal education content. She was also one of four individuals honored by bepress as a 2013 Institutional Repository All-Star for her demonstration of unique and replicable approaches to IR success. And, recently retired Distinguished Research Professor and Rogers Chair of Law Alan Watson was presented with the American Society of Comparative Law’s Lifetime Achievement Award, which honors living senior comparatists whose writings have changed the shape or direction of American comparative or private international law. As you can see, the faculty at Georgia Law strives to contribute meaningfully to the greater legal profession beyond the very important role of educating the next generation of legal leaders. Furthermore, they take great pride in advancing scholarly debate by

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Dean’s Report 2013 pursuing serious research agendas. Over the past 18 months, our faculty has published, or will soon publish, approximately 20 books, 30 book chapters and 100 articles. In particular, Distinguished Research Professor and Shackelford Distinguished Professor in Taxation Law Walter Hellerstein co-authored the book Taxing Global Digital Commerce, the preeminent text on the taxation of electronic transactions. Additionally, first edition books published, or forthcoming, by our faculty include: Smith Professor Peter A. Appel’s Wilderness Law and Policy: Cases and Materials (forthcoming); Julian Cook’s Inside Investigative Criminal Procedure: What Matters and Why; Hosch Professor Lori A. Ringhand’s Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings and Constitutional Change (co-authored) and Constitutional Law: A Context and Practice Casebook (co-authored); and Bo Rutledge’s Arbitration and the Constitution. These and additional books by the faculty have been published by, or are under contract with, prominent entities such as Cambridge University Press, Yale University Press, Aspen Publishers, Lexis/ Nexis and West, among others.

Over the past 18 months, our faculty has published, or will soon publish, approximately 100 articles in highly regarded law journals.

Select articles and chapters I want to bring to your attention are: Diane Marie Amann’s “Responsibility and the International Criminal Court” in The Internalization of Law: Pathology or Metamorphosis of the Legal Order? (forthcoming); Assistant Professor Mehrsa Baradaran’s “How the Poor Got Cut Out of Banking” in 62 Emory Law Journal 483 (2013); Assistant Professor Kent Barnett’s “To the Victor Goes the Toil—Remedies for Regulated Parties in Separationof-Powers Litigation” in 92 North Carolina Law Review (forthcoming); Marshall Chair of Constitutional Law

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Randy Beck’s “Transtemporal Separation of Powers in the Law of Precedent” in 87 Notre Dame Law Review 1405 (2012); Beth Burch’s “Financiers as Monitors in Aggregate Litigation” in 87 New York University Law Review 1273 (2012); Jason Cade’s “Deporting the Pardoned” in 46 University of California at Davis Law Review 355 (2012); Nathan Chapman’s “Due Process as Separation of Powers” in 121 Yale Law Journal 1672 (2012) (co-authored); Dan Coenen’s “The Originalist Case Against Congressional Supermajority Voting Rules” in 106 Northwestern University Law Review 1091 (2012); Associate Professor Andrea L. Dennis’ “A Snitch in Time: An Historical Sketch of Black Informing During Slavery” in 97 Marquette Law Review (forthcoming); Jaime Dodge’s “Disaggregative Mechanisms: The New Frontier of Mass-Claims Resolution Without Class Actions” in the Emory Law Journal (forthcoming), which was selected for presentation at the 2014 Stanford/Yale Junior Faculty Forum; Associate Professor Erica J. Hashimoto’s “Reclaiming the Equitable Heritage of Habeas” in 108 Northwestern University Law Review (forthcoming); Tim Meyer’s “Codifying Custom” in 160 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 995 (2012); Associate Professor Usha Rodrigues’ “Corporate Governance in an Age of Separation of Ownership From Ownership” in 53 Corporate Practice Commentator 745 (2012) (reprinted from the Minnesota Law Review); Assistant Professor Logan E. Sawyer III’s “Constitutional Principle, Partisan Calculation, and the Beveridge Child Labor Bill” in 31 Law and History Review 325 (2013); Carter Chair in Tort and Insurance Law Michael L. Wells’ “Civil Recourse, Damages-as-Redress, and Constitutional Torts” in 46 Georgia Law Review 1003 (2012); and Associate Professor Sonja R. West’s “Press Exceptionalism” in 127 Harvard Law Review (forthcoming). Moreover, journals associated with the following universities have published, or will soon publish, articles by our professors: Columbia, Michigan, Stanford and Virginia. Expanding the expertise of our faculty this fall is the former U.S. ambassador to the Republic of Poland, Lee A. Feinstein. He is serving as the school’s Sanders Political Leadership Scholar and is teaching Intervention and Sovereignty: Contemporary Issues in International and National Security Law. This position was created by former Georgia Gov. Carl E. Sanders (J.D.’48) so law students could learn from individuals who have distinguished themselves as leaders in politics or other forms of public service. Lee previously

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Dean’s Report 2013 served one U.S. secretary of defense and two U.S. secretaries of state, including as principal deputy director of the policy planning staff and as senior adviser in the Office of the Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security. Also serving as visiting professors this fall are Southern Center for Human Rights President Stephen B. Bright, who is leading a class titled Equal Justice in the Criminal Courts, and Cooper & Kirk Managing Partner David H. Thompson, who is teaching Lawyering in Public as part of the law school’s Washington, D.C., Semester in Practice Program. Visiting professors in the spring include Georgia Law 2000 alumnus Frank D. LoMonte, who will return to campus through an endowment created by the late Otis A. Brumby Jr. (LL.B.’65). This visiting position is shared between the law school and the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication. Frank, who is presently the executive director of the Student Press Law Center, will teach the Law of Newsgathering to both law and journalism students. Additionally, we will welcome Rod Smolla, former president of Furman University and former law school dean at Washington and Lee University and the University of Richmond, who will teach Higher Education Law and Constitutional Litigation. Enriching the intellectual atmosphere at the law school each year are the numerous guest lecturers, keynote speakers and panelists who participate in conferences and programs covering a multitude of topics. Many of these guests are nationally and internationally recognized as experts in their fields and importantly offer varying viewpoints on current legal issues and societal matters. I am grateful our law school’s strong reputation allows us to attract scholars, practitioners and leaders of such high caliber. Some of those who came to Athens during the last 12 months include: • U.N. Under-Secretary-General for Legal Affairs and Legal Counsel Patricia O’Brien delivered one of the keynote addresses at the ASIL Midyear Meeting and Research Forum hosted by Georgia Law late last year. • U.N. World Food Programme Executive Director Ertharin Cousin (J.D.’82), who was recently named the 49th most powerful woman in the world

by Forbes magazine, gave the keynote speech at a Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law conference in February. Additionally, she spoke to her fellow Georgia Law female graduates at the school’s annual alumnae event, which was hosted by Jennifer W. “Jenny” Fletcher (J.D.’81) and her law firm Sutherland Asbill & Brennan, during Ertharin’s same trip to the Peach State. • The Chief of the Cuban Interests Section in Washington, D.C., José R. Cabañas delivered the primary address at the Dean Rusk Center for Law and Policy’s conference titled “The Cuban Embargo: Policy Outlook After Fifty Years” during March. • Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens delivered the keynote speech at the Georgia Law Review conference titled “The Press and the Constitution 50 years after New York Times v. Sullivan” last month. • Judge Edith Hollan Jones of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit spoke about why the Constitution matters and why women should care at the spring’s Edith House Lecture, which celebrated its 30th anniversary earlier this year.

Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens

• Judge Beverly B. Martin (J.D.’81) of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit served as the 2013 graduation speaker in May. • U.S. State Department Legal Adviser Harold Hongju Koh gave one of the keynote addresses at the ASIL Midyear Meeting and Research Forum hosted by the law school late last year.

U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit Judge Beverly Martin (J.D.’81)

• Supreme Court of the Republic of Palau Justice Ashby Pate shared his thoughts on career options in international law in February.

U.N. World Food Programme Executive Director Ertharin Cousin (J.D.’82)

• Former Georgia Gov. Roy E. Barnes (J.D.’72) served as the keynote speaker at the Third Annual Georgia Association of Law and Politics Symposium earlier this fall.

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Dean’s Report 2013 • Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens spoke to students in the spring about current initiatives and litigation overseen by his office. • Bryan Stevenson, the founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative, gave the spring’s Sibley Lecture, which focused on social justice lawyering. • Georgetown University’s Robin L. West, who has written extensively on gender issues and feminist legal theory in addition to constitutional law and theory, delivered this fall’s Sibley Lecture.

organized by our students, exploring diversity on the bench that also featured Georgia Court of Appeals Presiding Judge Anne Elizabeth Barnes (J.D.’83), Athens-Clarke County Chief Magistrate Judge Patricia Barron and DeKalb County State Court Judge Dax Lopez. Earlier this fall, Criminal Defense Clinic Director Russell C. Gabriel (J.D.’85) organized “Honoring Gideon’s Promise, Rallying Gideon’s Army: Georgia’s Public Defender System on the 50th Anniversary of Gideon v. Wainwright.” This daylong examination of Georgia’s

• University of California, Davis, Professor Karima Bennoune, who specializes in international law and human rights, spoke about Muslim fundamentalism last month. • Vik Kanwar, from the Centre on Public Law and Jurisprudence at Jindal Global Law School, addressed the globalization of legal education and institutional development in India late last year. • William A. Schabas, an internationally respected expert on human rights law, genocide and the death penalty, presented “Human Rights and Culture” in February. • Noted Russian historian Nikolay Koposov shared his thoughts on memory laws in Europe at the beginning of this year.

At the “Honoring Gideon’s Promise, Rallying Gideon’s Army: Georgia’s Public Defender System on the 50th Anniversary of Gideon v. Wainwright” conference were Georgia Public Defender for the Eastern Judicial Circuit Michael Edwards (J.D.’93) and Georgia Public Defender for the Dougherty Judicial Circuit Leisa Johnson.

public defender system included a screening of the award-winning HBO film “Gideon’s Army,” which featured Georgia Law 2008 alumnus Travis A. Williams. Conference panelists were: the film’s director/producer Dawn Porter, the Southern Center for Human Rights’ Steve Bright, the Georgia Appleseed Center for Law & Justice’s Sharon N. Hill and longtime trainer with Gideon’s Promise Timothy Saviello, among others.

Georgia Law hosted the Supreme Court of Georgia for a special session in January. Pictured are: (l. to r.) Presiding Justice Hugh Thompson, Chief Justice Carol Hunstein and Justice Robert Benham (J.D.’70).

Moreover, we were delighted to host the Supreme Court of Georgia for a special session in January, when the court heard oral arguments on a criminal death penalty case and a civil medical malpractice case. Justice Harold D. Melton (J.D.’91) returned to campus in February to take part in a thought-provoking panel,

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In partnership with UGA’s Grady College, the law school hosted some of the nation’s leading U.S. Supreme Court journalists and scholars in September to examine the rise of SCOTUSblog as the go-to source for Supreme Court news and to discuss insights into the Roberts Court and the current term. Other timely topics addressed at programs over the past 12 months include: evidence reform in Georgia (a Georgia Law Review conference); gun control, homelessness, affirmative action and alternative courts as well as lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights (the Working in the Public Interest Law Conference); music industry matters such as copyright and licensing, touring, how to run a record

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Key factors that influence a prospective student’s decision to study at Georgia Law include: earning an outstanding legal education at an affordable price, our school’s collegial environment, our accomplished faculty, and our varied and challenging curriculum.

Class of 2016 Academic Credentials

One area we have been working diligently to expand in recent years is our experiential learning offerings. I am proud to share that we will soon have 14 selections for our students. In the fall of 2014, we will begin offering the Medical-Legal Partnership Clinic. Our other most recent additions were the Business Law Clinic and the UGA Fanning Institute’s Community Economic Development Clinic, which both debuted this past

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All statistics as of the first day of orientation – 8/15/13. *Matches a school record

As stated earlier, we have a very intelligent and engaged student body. This year’s entering class possesses academic credentials that make it one of our school’s best. The Class of 2016, comprised of 201 students, has a median undergraduate grade point average of 3.69, which matches a school record, and a median Law School Admission Test score of 163, which represents the top 10 percent of test takers worldwide. Georgia residents comprise the overwhelming majority of this class, although these students represent 23 states and come from almost 90 different undergraduate universities and colleges. The most popular undergraduate majors for this class are: political science, history, economics, English and psychology. Additionally, 56 percent of the class is male, and approximately 21 percent indicated they are members of a minority group. Please note that all of these statistics were calculated on the first day of orientation, August 15. This year’s Master of Laws class includes 17 lawyers and practitioners from the countries of Azerbaijan, Belgium, Cameroon, China, Colombia, Ethiopia, Germany, Japan, Nigeria, the Russian Federation and Trinidad. Interestingly, our Japanese student is a University of Tokyo faculty member who is here as part of a Fulbright Award. Earlier this year, I made an adjustment to the law school’s admissions staff. Gregory L. “Greg” Roseboro (J.D.’87) was promoted to director of law admissions— while retaining his title of director of diversity programs—and Ramsey Henderson Bridges (J.D.’05) was named associate director of law admissions. These two, with a combined total of approximately 25 years of admissions experience, will continue to work with Associate Dean for Administration Paul B. Rollins in recruiting the best and brightest to study law at UGA.

In the fall of 2014, Georgia Law will have 14 experiential learning offerings for its students. Here, Criminal Defense Clinic Director Russell Gabriel (J.D.’85) speaks with students in front of some courthouse holding cells.

spring. These complement our other offerings in the civil area—the Appellate Litigation Clinic, Civil Externships, the Corporate Counsel Externship, the Environmental Practicum, the Family Violence Clinic, the Mediation Practicum, the Public Interest Practicum and the Washington, D.C., Semester in Practice Program—and in the criminal arena—the Criminal Defense Clinic, the Prosecutorial Clinic and the Capital Assistance Project. International exposure is another area of great emphasis for our students. This past summer, through our innovative Global Internship Program, 17 students traveled to 12 countries on five continents and worked for entities such as the Human Rights League in Slovakia, the Clorox Company in Argentina, King & Wood Mallesons in China and the National Centre for Research on Europe in New Zealand. These work experiences supplement our international academic offerings at the University of Oxford during the spring semester and our summer study programs in China

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Dean’s Report 2013 (in the cities of Beijing and Shanghai), and Belgium and Switzerland (in the cities of Brussels and Geneva, respectively). On a related front, the law school launched a new global learning initiative earlier this year when 13 law students from the University Mauricio de Nassau in Brazil came to Athens. As part of the new Transnational Law Program, they studied international law, human rights law and environmental law in Athens for one week. This program further demonstrates the law school’s commitment to international experiences and strengthens our reputation in this important area. You may recall from your time in Athens, students who are members of the editorial staff of the school’s three journals—the Georgia Law Review, the Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law and the Journal of Intellectual Property Law—enrich the intellectual atmosphere at the school by organizing conferences on timely subjects and advancing scholarly debate through the articles they publish. I am pleased to share that this spring the staff of the Georgia Law Review will release a digital companion journal—the Georgia Law Review Online—which will focus on current legal issues in the 11th Circuit.

Considered among the nation’s best, our school’s advocacy program has long been a source of pride. For the 2012-2013 academic year, two national championship trophies were added to the school’s collection. Our students won the National First Amendment Moot Court Competition and took home both the first and second place titles at the Legal Ethics and Professionalism Moot Court Competition, where third-year student Scott F. McAfee was named the tournament’s best oralist. Furthermore, we were finalists in both the National Moot Court Competition and the National Civil Rights and Liberties Moot Court Competition, where third-year students Michael

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C. Gretchen and Emily A. Cook were selected best oralists, respectively. Our students prepared the best brief and finished in the top 16 at the American Bar Association National Appellate Advocacy Competition. We swept the Intrastate Moot Court Competition taking home first and second places overall as well as first and second awards for the best brief, and secondyear student Clayton O. “Clay” Knowles was named best oralist. This is the eighth consecutive year our students have won this statewide tournament. One last important victory for 2012-2013 includes besting the University of Florida in the return of the annual battle between our two schools in the renamed tournament— the Husley/Gambrell Moot Court Competition. Georgia Law students also represented the school well in national negotiation competitions. Key highlights include a top four finish at the ABA National Negotiation Competition and capturing first and second place as well as best draft honors in the southeastern regional round of the Transactional LawMeet. A few other noteworthy moments for our students include current third-year law student Kaitlin M. Ball being elected president of the International Law Students Association, which is a worldwide organization dedicated to educating students and lawyers across the globe on the importance of international law through academic conferences, publications, student chapters and the administration of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition. Additionally, the student organization Street Law has played an instrumental role in training and developing youth volunteers for a fairly new juvenile justice forum—the Athens Peer Court—which is overseen by 2010 alumna Emily R. Boness. This court, which is designed for youth who have been charged with first-time offenses, received the Western Circuit Bar Association Liberty Bell Award in May. Identifying employment opportunities for our talented students and recent graduates continues to be a high priority. Our students seek openings around the country and in a variety of fields and settings. Being well acquainted with the quality of a Georgia Law education, if you are aware of an opportunity at your firm or company, please contact one of the law school’s legal career services staff members—Director David P. O’Brien, Associate Director Adam B. Land (J.D.’08) or Associate Director Kristin Strunk Lowry (J.D.’07).

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Dean’s Report 2013 In an effort to provide better service to the legal community in finding top candidates for open positions, our career services team is increasing the school’s employer outreach efforts with the goal of strengthening ties in relation to employment matters. I strongly encourage you to meet with our group and share your hiring objectives so that the career services staff can better assist you with your search. One tremendously high point on the hiring front is our school’s record of success in preparing our graduates to perform in the most challenging and elite legal settings. Specifically, over the past five years, Georgia Law has averaged 26 federal judicial clerks per year. These students have clerked, or will clerk, for judges in the 4th, 5th, 6th, 9th, 11th and D.C. Circuits as well as the Federal Circuit. Moreover, they have served judges nationwide in districts such as the Southern District of New York; the District of the District of Columbia; the Eastern District of Virginia; and the Middle, Northern and Southern Districts of Georgia; among others. This, of course, includes our alumni success in serving our nation’s highest court. Georgia Law 2011 alumnus Andrew A. Pinson is currently clerking for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. He is our sixth graduate to serve as a clerk at the U.S. Supreme Court in the last nine years. In addition to Justice Andrew Pinson (J.D.’11) is Georgia Law’s sixth Thomas, other justices recently graduate to serve hiring Georgia Law graduates as a clerk at the U.S. include Chief Justice John G. Supreme Court in the last nine years. Roberts Jr., Justice Stephen G. Breyer and Justice John Paul Stevens. Furthermore, Andrew’s service brings the total to 10 for Georgia Law alumni serving the U.S. Supreme Court. Another significant alumni appointment I want to mention is Valerie Caproni’s recent confirmation as a U.S. District Court Judge for the Southern District of New York. This 1979 graduate formerly served as general counsel for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Closer to home, former U.S. Congressman George W. “Buddy” Darden III (J.D.’67) and U.S. District Court Judge Steve C. Jones (J.D.’87) were presented with the Law School Association’s highest honor—the Distinguished Service Scroll Award—in June. This accolade recognizes outstanding dedication and service to the legal profession as well as to the law school.

Buddy has a reputation of being a public policy leader who has helped to solve issues at various levels including the local, state and federal governments. He currently serves as senior counsel at McKenna Long & Aldridge in Atlanta, where his practice focuses on public policy and 2013 Distinguished public finance. Previously, he Service Scroll Award was an adviser and lecturer on recipient—former U.S. Congressman Buddy behalf of the National Democratic Darden (J.D.’67) Institute for International Affairs and participated in programs concerning issues of national defense and ethics in Turkey, Senegal and Indonesia. He also served as a presidential appointee to the Board of Directors of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, a government agency that assists U.S. businesses in emerging markets and developing nations worldwide. For six terms starting in 1983, Buddy was a U.S. Representative for Georgia’s 7th Congressional District, where he served on the House Armed Services Committee, the Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, the House Committee on Appropriations and the Committee on Standards of Official Conduct (ethics). In 2010, the State Bar of Georgia honored him with its Tradition of Excellence Award. In addition, he has served as a firm agent for the law school since 2009 and was a member of its Board of Visitors from 1999 to 2002. Steve has an exemplary record of service to the legal profession, the local community and the university. He was sworn in as a U.S. District Court judge for the Northern District of Georgia in March of 2011. Previously, he served for 16 years as a Superior Court judge for the Western 2013 Distinguished Judicial Circuit of Georgia, where Service Scroll Award he presided over the Western recipient—U.S. District Court Judge Judicial Circuit Felony Drug Steve Jones (J.D.’87) Court, and he was an AthensClarke County Municipal Court judge from 1992 to 1995 and an assistant district attorney for the Western Judicial Circuit from 1987 to 1991. Steve just completed his presidency of the UGA Alumni Association and has been a member of the law school’s Board of Visitors, which he led in 2002-2003. He also has chaired the Georgia Judicial Qualifications Commission and the

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Dean’s Report 2013 Athens Area Community Foundation, and he served on the Supreme Court of Georgia’s Commission on Equality and on its Domestic Violence Committee. Presently, he is a managing trustee of the UGA Foundation. He has received the Justice Robert Benham Award for Community Service, the Gate City Bar Association’s Outstanding Jurist Award and Leadership Georgia’s Threadgill Community Service Award, among others. Other university-related notable honors bestowed on Georgia Law alumni in the past year include Norman S. Fletcher (J.D.’58) receiving the UGA Alumni Association’s 2013 Merit Award for his commitment to bettering the university. Jessica Langston McClellan (J.D.’03) was recognized by UGA’s chapter of the Blue Key National Honor Society with its Young Alumnus Award for her professional leadership and civic contributions. Additionally, a campus resident hall was named in memory of the late Georgia Gov. George D. Busbee (LL.B.’52), who championed education during his time in office and established the statewide public kindergarten system.

in the honor roll listing appearing later in this Annual Report. For those of you who did not donate this past year, I encourage you to join your fellow classmates in investing in the next generation of legal professionals. Very good things are happening at your law school; please be a part of them. This past year, approximately $5.5 million in new gifts and pledges were made to the law school. Donations to the Law School Fund alone totaled more than $907,000, which represents an all-time record and roughly a 16 percent increase over last year. (The Law School Fund provides essential annual operating dollars that are primarily used to support student scholarships in addition to other studentrelated programming.) Notably, there were more than 400 Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society members this past year. (These donors contribute $1,000 or more annually to the law school.) And the graduating Class of 2013 made a legacy pledge of approximately $61,000 to the school. Later this academic year, we will unveil the portraits of Charles H. Kirbo (LL.B.’39) and Bruce W. Kirbo (J.D.’51)

I would like to take this opportunity to recognize the leaders of the law school’s two alumni groups—the Board of Visitors and the Law School Association Council—for their time and service. They provide me and my team with valuable counsel and assistance as we strive to provide the finest legal education in America. Kathelen Amos continues to serve as chair of the BOV, while Alan F. Rothschild Jr. (J.D.’85) recently assumed the presidency of the LSA from Santhia L. Curtis (J.D.’91). Private donations from you, our alumni and friends, truly make a difference. With your support we are able to expand our academic and co-curricular programming—establish more experiential learning opportunities, add to our study and work abroad initiatives, fund our competition teams in the areas of advocacy and negotiation, support our journals as well as bring distinguished speakers and scholars to campus—improve our facilities, attract and retain professors who are leaders in their fields and, importantly, provide financial assistance to deserving students—approximately 50 percent of our student body currently receives merit scholarships. I am grateful to be able to acknowledge those of you who have financially contributed to the law school during the last fiscal year. Your name can be found 10

Later this academic year, the third floor on the northern end of the law school’s primary building will be officially named the Kirbo Foundation Concourse.

and name the third floor on the northern end of the law school’s primary building the Kirbo Foundation Concourse, which acknowledges the Thomas M. and Irene B. Kirbo Charitable Foundation and the Kirbo family for gifts totaling approximately $3 million. Their support over the years has helped the law school to improve its academic programming on a variety of levels. I am happy to share that Brennan & Wasden of Savannah (representing firms with up to 10 Georgia Law alumni) and Hulsey, Oliver & Mahar of Gainesville (representing firms with 11 or more

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Dean’s Report 2013 Georgia Law graduates) were the winners of the 4th Annual Firm and Corporation Alumni Challenge, which seeks to achieve 100 percent giving participation from Georgia Law graduates within an organization. For information on how your firm or corporation can compete in this year’s challenge, please contact the law school’s Director of Annual Giving Phyllis R. Cooke at cooke@uga.edu. The percentage of Georgia Law alumni who financially supported the law school last year was 21.5 percent. This figure is the highest among UGA schools and colleges; however, it is our goal to increase this participation level as the university develops a stronger culture of philanthropy, recognizing the growing need for private dollars as public funding continues to diminish. Moreover, this increased support will provide the additional margin of excellence we are seeking to achieve here at Georgia Law.

Director of Law School Advancement Gregory C. “Greg” Sowell (J.D.’83) continues to lead our team. Existing members Phyllis Cooke (annual giving director), Anne S. Moser (principal gifts officer) and Lara Pulliam (stewardship manager) have been joined by Sarah S. Baines who is our new major gifts officer (replacing Trina Steele Olidge (J.D.’97)), Katherine L. “Kate” O’Reilly who is our new alumni relations and development coordinator (replacing Suzanne Griffeth) and Julia B. Douglas who is our annual giving officer. Sarah comes to the law school with more than 12 years of fundraising experience, most recently in UGA’s School of Public and International Affairs. Kate previously worked for seven years in development at the UGA College of Public Health. And Julia joined the university from the Darlington School in Rome, Ga., where she served in advancement and alumni roles. Please open your doors to this great group of individuals who want nothing more than to share with you what is happening at your law school and to seek your involvement. One other important aspect of my job as the dean of your law school is visiting you in the cities where you work and live. These trips over the past decade have enabled me to step outside of the law school and to learn more about the current needs of the legal profession. They also fill me with a tremendous sense of pride as I get to hear first-hand about all of the wonderful things you and your fellow alumni have been able to accomplish since leaving Athens. Furthermore, as previously referenced, I find your loyalty to and affection for Georgia Law inspiring. Thank you for welcoming me into your lives. It is truly a privilege to serve as the dean of the University of Georgia School of Law.

Ed Garland (LL.B.’65) and his wife, Judy, hosted the 2013 JHLS Spring Twilight Affair (for annual donors of $1,000 or more). Here, Ed (second from right) poses with David Bell (J.D.’77) (left) and Alex Crumbley (J.D.’66) (right) and Alex’s wife, Claire.

I want to acknowledge Edward T.M. “Ed” Garland (LL.B.’65) and his wife, Judy, for opening their home and hosting the law school’s annual Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society Spring Twilight Affair in April. This event allows the law school to thank our annual leadership donors for their gifts and for their “vote of confidence” for the progress that is happening at Georgia Law.

Sincerely,

Rebecca Hanner White Dean and J. Alton Hosch Professor of Law

We have had several changes to the law school’s development staff over the past 12 months. Senior

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Alumni Engagement 2013-2014 Board of Visitors Chair Kathelen V. Amos (J.D.’82) Eleanor F. Banister (J.D.’80)

Kenneth Klein (J.D.’76)

Elizabeth B. Chandler (J.D.’88)

Michael J. Sharp (J.D.’91)

Laura Hauck Covington (J.D.’91)

Herbert J. Short, Jr. (J.D.’85)

G. Sanders Griffith III (J.D.’77)

Reginald R. Smith (J.D.’87)

Kenneth M. Henson, Jr. (J.D.’78)

William J. Stembler (J.D.’71)

P. Harris Hines (J.D.’68 Emory)

Audrey Boone Tillman (J.D.’89)

R. Dale Hughes (J.D.’86)

Joel O. Wooten, Jr. (J.D.’75)

Law School Association Council President Alan F. Rothschild, Jr. (J.D.’85)

District 5 Jeanine Gibbs Garvie (J.D.’96)

President-Elect Jennifer Auer Jordan (J.D.’01)

District 6 Charles B. Haygood, Jr. (J.D.’66)

Immediate Past President Santhia L. Curtis (J.D.’91)

District 7 J. Anderson “Andy” Davis (J.D.’84)

Treasurer Daniel B. Snipes (J.D.’95)

District 8 Benjamin R. “Benjie” Tarbutton (J.D.’96)

Secretary Wade W. Herring II (J.D.’83)

District 9 Steven P. Gilliam (J.D.’74)

Council Members

District 10 Randolph Frails (J.D.’97)

District 1 I. Gregory Hodges (J.D.’81) District 2 Charles E. Peeler (J.D.’99) District 3 Vacant District 4 Cale H. Conley (J.D.’96)

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At-Large State Representatives M.J. Blakely (J.D.’06) C. Andrew “Andy” Childers (J.D.’98) Phaedra Parks Nida (J.D.’98) William H. Kitchens (J.D.’73) At-Large Out-of-State Representatives Julia A. Houston (J.D.’95) Ronald S. Cooper (J.D.’69)

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Twice in UGA history Georgia Law graduates have led the state’s flagship institution of higher education: Jere W. Morehead (J.D. 1980), 2013-present; and Walter B. Hill (B.L. 1871), 1899-1905.

Jere Morehead

Endowed & Non-endowed Funds The following is a list of endowed and non-endowed funds that support Georgia Law. These funds represent Georgia Law’s future as they allow us to recruit outstanding faculty, enrich our curriculum and ensure that talented students have access to an excellent, yet affordable, legal education. The Office of Law School Advancement welcomes the opportunity to talk with donors about making gifts to existing funds or creating new accounts to benefit Georgia Law. For more information, please contact the law school advancement office at (706) 542-7959 or lawgifts@uga.edu.

Awards J. Ralph Beaird Closing Argument Award Fund Ronald L. Carlson Student Award Fund Ann Bryan Downs Loan Repayment Assistance Program Fund Georgia Civil Justice Foundation Trial Advocacy Award Fund Donald P. Gilmore, Jr. Memorial Award Fund Kerry Harike Joedecke Memorial Award for Excellence Ellen R. Jordan Fund for Public Interest Law Dan MacDougald Memorial Fund Julian B. McDonnell Prize Fund William King Meadow Award Fund Isaac Meinhard Memorial Award Jere W. Morehead Best Oralist Award Fund Willis J. “Dick” Richardson, Jr. Student Award Fund Edward D. and Carol J. Spurgeon Public Service Fellowship Fund University of Georgia Law Class of 1933 Memorial Fund

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Endowed & Non-endowed Funds Faculty Support Robert Cotten Alston Chair in Corporate Law Arthur K. Bolton Professorship in Environmental Law Pope F. Brock Professorship in Professional Responsibility Otis Brumby Distinguished Professorship in First Amendment Law Harmon W. Caldwell Chair in Constitutional Law Marion & W. Colquitt Carter Chair in Tort & Insurance Law Verner F. Chaffin Distinguished Professorship in Fiduciary Law A. Gus Cleveland Distinguished Chair of Legal Ethics & Professionalism Fund C. Ronald Ellington Award for Excellence in Teaching Fund Georgia Athletic Association Professor in Law J. Alton Hosch Professorship of Law (includes five professorships) M.E. Kilpatrick Chair of Corporate Finance & Securities Law Kirbo Trust Endowed Faculty Enhancement Fund Charles H. Kirbo Chair in the School of Law Justice Thomas O. Marshall Chair of Constitutional Law John Byrd Martin Chair of Law Melburne D. & Jaqueline K. McLendon Endowment Allen Post Professorship of the School of Law Ernest P. Rogers Chair of Intellectual Property & Unfair Competition Law Carl E. Sanders Chair in Political Leadership Francis Shackelford Distinguished Professorship in Taxation Law John Adams Sibley Professorship in Corporate & Business Law Alex W. Smith Professorship in Law Herman E. Talmadge Chair of Law Talmadge Law Faculty Fund Emily & Ernest Woodruff Chair in International Law Co-curricular Support Robert Brown Fund William Carroll Brown, Jr. Student & Faculty Endowment Fund Brussels International Studies Program Support Fund* Chester C. Davenport BLSA Support Fund Endover Foundation Mock Trial Program Fund Equal Justice Public Interest Law Support Fund Family Violence Clinic Support Fund

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law Endowment Fund Georgia Law Review Endowment Guyana Legal Internship Program Support Fund Edith House Lecture Fund Journal of Intellectual Property Law Fund Land Use Clinic Support Fund Law School Advocacy Support Fund* Walter McElreath Fund Mock Trial Endowment Fund Mock Trial Support Fund* Moot Court Endowment Fund Public Interest Fellowship Program School of Law Student Programs & Activities Fund Southeastern Bankruptcy Law Institute Fund Visiting Judges and Lawyers Fund General Campaign for Georgia Law Funds Dean and Virginia Rusk Fund Dean Rusk Law Center Addition Fund Hirsch Hall Discretionary Fund Hirsch Hall Renovation Fund Law School Fund Legal Ethics and Professionalism Symposium Fund Emma P. Terrell Award Fund Joel Wooten Law School Fund Library Support Vaughn C. Ball Law Library Fund Jeanne and Ralph Beaird Law Library Fund Joseph E. Cheeley, Jr. Law Library Endowment Fund Judge Joel J. Fryer Memorial Law Library Fund Jane Oliver Green Library Fund Walter Hellerstein Law Library Fund* Hamilton Lokey and Henry L. Bowden Law Library Fund Lumpkin Law School Fund John B. Rees, Jr. Law Library Book Fund Carl E. Sanders Law Library Endowment Fund Louis B. Sohn Law Library Fund Student Financial Support Morris B. Abram Scholarship Fund A. Pratt Adams, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund Kathelen Van Blarcum Amos Law School Scholarship William Seaborn Ashley Endowed Scholarship Fund Attorneys’ Title Guaranty Fund Scholarship

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Endowed & Non-endowed Funds Tara Baker Memorial Scholarship Fund Robert O. Ball III Law Scholarship Fund Grace H. Barnes Scholarship Fund Claud B. Barrett Educational Fund Andrea R. Bennett Scholarship Fund F.M. Bird Law Scholarship Fund Jerry B. Blackstock Law School Scholarship Margaret S. Bode Scholarship Bowles Scholarship Fund* Frank Brogan Memorial Scholarship Fund Scott M. Brown Scholarship Fund B. Hugh Burgess Scholarship James E. Butler Scholarship Fund James Lawson Carmichael, Jr. Law School Scholarship Fund Bryant T. Castellow Memorial Scholarship Fund Verner F. Chaffin Endowment Fund Gordon W. Chambers & Sylvanus Morris Memorial Scholarship Fund* Gordon W. Chambers ‘23 Scholarship Fund* Class of 1986 Scholarship Fund Welborn B. Cody Law Scholarship Fund Sigmund A. Cohn Scholarship Fund Frank A. Constangy Memorial Scholarship Fund William Flowers Crozer ‘12 Scholarship Fund McCarthy Crenshaw Student Loan Fund Chester C. Davenport Scholarship Fund Patricia C. Downing Memorial Scholarship Fund Anne Proffitt Dupre Memorial Scholarship Judge Newell Edenfield Scholarship Fund D. Meade Feild Scholarship Fund John and Mary Franklin Foundation Law Scholarship Fund Joseph Aaron Fried Scholarship Fund Sonya Yarbrough Gee Memorial Scholarship Fund E.J. Grassmann Law Scholarship Fund Jeremy Harden Memorial Scholarship Fund Roy V. Harris Scholarship Fund Henson Family Law School Scholarship Fund* J. Alton Hosch Scholarship Fund Hughes-Green Family Scholarship Fund Inslee and Betti Johnson Scholarship Fund Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP Scholarship in Honor of Barry Phillips Robert E. Knox Memorial Scholarship Fund

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Wyckliffe “Wyck” A. Knox, Jr. Law School Scholarship Fund Law School Reunion Scholarship Fund Morton P. Levine Scholarship Fund Edith M. and Frank G. Lumpkin, Jr. Scholarship Fund Keith Mason Law Scholarship Fund Kenneth L. Millwood Memorial Scholarship C. Read Morton, Jr. and William “Billy” P. Payne Scholarship Fund Judge & Mrs. Harold Murphy ‘49 Scholarship Thomas B. Murphy Fund Henry G. Neal Fund Gwinn Henry Nixon Scholarship Fund Judge Wilbur Dawson Owens, Jr. Scholarship Fund Chris and Anna Paulson Memorial Loan Fund Benjamin Z. Phillips Law Scholarship Fund Clifford Pratt Memorial Loan Fund Judge J. Kelley Quillian Scholarship Fund Frank Ramsey Memorial Scholarship Fund Milton M. Ratner Scholarship and Loan Fund Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi Scholarship Fund Rusk Center for International Law & Policy Support Fund* William and Vickie Scaljon Scholarship Fund School of Law Non-endowed Scholarship Fund* R. Perry Sentell, Jr. Scholarship Fund Michael J. Sharp Scholarship Fund Sic Vos Non Vobis Scholarship Alex and Betty Smith Scholarship Fund Smith, Gambrell & Russell Scholarship Fund Marion Smith Scholarship Fund Southeastern Bankruptcy Law Institute Scholarship Fund Hughes Spalding Scholarship Fund Ed Sumner Memorial Scholarship Fund Sutherland Scholarship Fund* Synovus Foundation Scholarship Fund Talmadge Law Scholarship Fund Robert Battey Troutman Memorial Fund University of Georgia Foundation Law Scholarship Fund Michael & Risë Weathersby Law Scholarship Gabriel M. Wilner Scholarship Woodruff Law Scholarship Fund Vasser Woolley Foundation Law Scholarship Fund * New endowment fund created during FY 2012-2013.

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In Brief 2012-2013 Overall Gifts and Commitments………………………………… $5,488,087.25 Revenue Law School Fund (Annual Fund)……………………………………………………… $907,833.93 Other Endowed & Non-endowed Funds……………………………………… $1,995,230.96 Other Revenue………………………………………………………………………………… $2,505,480. 15 TOTAL REVENUE…………………………………………………………………………… $5,408,545.04 Donors 1,894 21.5% 409 27

Alumni Donors Alumni Participation Rate Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society Members Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society Benefactors (Donors of $10,000 or more)

2012-2013 Law School Fund Expenditures

72%

9%

Scholarships Development

7%

Student Support

5%

Alumni Activities

3%

3%

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Faculty Support

1% Advocacy Programs

Scholarships………………………………………………………………… $517,298…………………………………………… 72% Development………………………………………………………………… $64,324……………………………………………… 9% Student Support………………………………………………………………$48,155……………………………………………… 7% Alumni Activities………………………………………………………… $36,082……………………………………………… 5% Dean’s Office………………………………………………………………… $25,590……………………………………………… 3% Faculty Support…………………………………………………………… $24,996……………………………………………… 3% Advocacy Programs………………………………………………………… $5,411……………………………………………… 1%

Total LSF Expenditures……………………………………… $721,856………………………………………...100% All expenditures are approved through an itemized budget request presented to the Law School Association Council and voted on by the greater Georgia Law alumni body during its annual meeting. Law School Fund contributions received this fiscal year are spent next fiscal year. Our fiscal year runs from July 1 to June 30. The 2012–2013 University of Georgia School of Law Annual Report

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A Letter from the President It is an honor and privilege to serve as president of the Law School Association this year, the culmination of a 31-year relationship with Georgia Law. In the fall of 1982, the legendary Perry Sentell was my version of Scott Turow’s Rudolph Perini, the cantankerous, quick-witted professor in the book One L, ensuring that if my 1L classmates and I survived his theatrical rite of passage, we might one day succeed in the profession. While, thankfully, few of my other professors provided the same daily dose of rhyme and panic as Professor Sentell, without the wisdom and inspiration of the Georgia Law faculty, including Julian McDonnell, Ron Ellington and, especially, Verner Chaffin, I would not be writing this letter today. Georgia Law not only provided me with an outstanding legal education, but it also

introduced me to future federal, state and local judges, elected officials and untold numbers of today’s Super Lawyers, and it planted the seeds of lifelong friendships that continue to grow today as our children become friends and colleagues in Athens and beyond. Throughout this Annual Report, you will read about the accomplishments of our outstanding faculty, students and alumni, further evidencing the positive and enduring impact of Georgia Law on each of its graduates. Your support of, and participation in, the law school’s annual fund will ensure that Georgia Law continues to attract the finest future lawyers for our state and gives each of them the same high quality experience that we enjoyed. Please join me in supporting our law school.

Alan F. Rothschild, Jr. (J.D.’85) Law School Association President

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Georgia Law has completed phase three of its multiyear, multimillion dollar renovation, which has repurposed underutilized areas, addressed overcrowding and transformed the school’s facilities into a place where the best and brightest students want to study the law.

Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society The School of Law is pleased to honor its annual contributors of $1,000 or more with membership in the Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society and greatly appreciates the commitment of these individuals to the continuous advancement of the quality of the law school. In 20122013, 409 generous alumni and friends were members of the Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society. Joseph Henry Lumpkin founded the University of Georgia School of Law in 1859, in collaboration with his son-in-law, Thomas R.R. Cobb, and colleague William Hope Hull. Classes were first taught in Lumpkin’s law office at the corner of Prince Avenue and Pulaski Street in downtown Athens at what was then the Lumpkin Law School. Lumpkin, born in Oglethorpe County in 1799, was a distinguished lawyer and statesman. He graduated from Princeton in 1819, then “read law” under the tutelage of a practicing attorney. Lumpkin was admitted to the Georgia bar in 1820. Four years later, he was elected to a two-year term in the Georgia legislature and, in 1833, he helped frame the state penal code. In 1845, Lumpkin became the first chief justice of the Georgia Supreme Court and served continuously until his death in 1867. Join the Lumpkin Society and help sustain excellence at your law school. Please make your gift of $1,000 or more to the School of Law by June 30, 2014, and encourage several of your classmates and colleagues to follow your lead. With our 2013-2014 Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society donors, we can safeguard our position among the nation’s finest law schools. Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society Benefactors (Donors of $10,000 or more) Bold names indicate five or more years of consecutive Lumpkin Society membership.

Anonymous Anonymous Carrie Moore Adamson (Deceased) Daniel P. Amos & Kathelen Van Blarcum Amos Hon. & Mrs. Roy E. Barnes James. E. Butler, Jr. Gordon W. Chambers, Sr. (Deceased) Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Cheeley Martin D. Chitwood Katherine D. Dixon E. David Hart, Jr.

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Robert P. Hein Walter Hellerstein Kenneth M. Henson, Jr. R. Dale Hughes & Cynthia G. Hughes W. Russell King Mr. & Mrs. Bruce W. Kirbo Kenneth Klein J. Curtis Lewis III Joey M. Loudermilk Mrs. Thomas O. Marshall, Jr. (Deceased) Keith W. Mason Walter W. Mitchell

George D. Overend & Carol Overend William M. Overend Hon. & Mrs. Carl E. Sanders Michael J. Sharp Reginald R. Smith & Leigh M. Smith Edward D. & Carol J. Spurgeon Mr. & Mrs. William J. Stembler Michael N. Weathersby & Risë J. Weathersby Mr. & Mrs. Joel O. Wooten

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Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society Fellows (Donors of $5,000 to $9,999) Bold names indicate five or more years of consecutive Lumpkin Society membership.

William V. Allison Robert O. Ball III Eleanor Banister Mr. & Mrs. David B. Bell Michael J. & Bette Rose Bowers Jesse G. Bowles III Valerie Caproni Elizabeth Brannen Chandler & Richard C. Chandler C. Andrew Childers Wade H. Coleman Laura Hauck Covington Mr. & Mrs. R. Alex Crumbley N. Kenneth Daniel James A. Dunlap, Jr.

J. Randolph Evans & Linda S. Evans C. Michael Evert, Jr. George W. Fryhofer III Edward T.M. Garland G. Sanders Griffith III Robert P. Hall III Charles B. Haygood, Jr. & Mary Isla M. Haygood James L. Henderson & Eleanor Dunlap Henderson Carlton M. Henson II Howell Hollis III Julia A. Houston Wyckliffe A. Knox, Jr. John L. Latham

Mary O. Marshall Samuel M. Matchett Sharron S. Millwood Phaedra Parks Nida Martin G. Quirk Rufus H. Rivers Ronald W. Rogers Alan F. Rothschild, Jr. Robert I. Schramm Herbert J. & Lisa Spain Short Mr. & Mrs. Gordon A. Smith Robert J. Soper Terry J. Stalford Audrey Boone Tillman

Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society Partners (Donors of $2,500 to $4,999) Bold names indicate five or more years of consecutive Lumpkin Society membership.

Maiser M. Aboneaaj & Lee Ann Bambach Art Archibald & Virginia McKenna H. Michael Bagley & Bridget Beisner Bagley W. Randall Bassett & Julia Lynch Bassett Jeffrey C. Baxter & Gaylen Kemp Baxter Steven L. Beard & Kathleen Lewis Beard Kristen M. Beystehner Mrs. Jerry B. Blackstock Brian P. Cain Harmon W. Caldwell, Jr. B. Lynn Chastain Mr. & Mrs. Ronald S. Cooper Santhia L. Curtis J. David Dantzler, Jr. J. Anderson Davis

J. Michael Dover Mr. & Mrs. Bertis E. Downs IV David H. Gambrell Daniel P. Griffin Henry B. Harris III Carolyne Beaty Hilton Sarah M. Hoagland Charles A. Hunnicutt Charles E. Jabaley John Robert Johnson Stanley S. Jones, Jr. Paul M. Kurtz & Carol P. Kurtz W. Pope Langdale III Susan L. Lanigan Anthony D. Lehman Donald R. Livingston John B. Miller, Jr. J. Thomas Morgan III & Carol E. Morgan H. Allen Moye

Floyd C. Newton III James A. Orr James W. Purcell Michael J. Quilling Kenneth S. Resnick Dennis B. & Jane Canipe Rooks Matthew G. Rooks & Victoria Epshteyn Rooks David E. Shipley & Virginia F. Coleman Alan P. Shor David A. Smith J.D. Smith Gregory C. Sowell Grant T. Stein & Janet McGrew Stein Gerald S. Tanenbaum Keith W. Vaughan Don L. Waters David T. Wiley

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Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society Associates (Donors of $1,000 to $2,499) Bold names indicate five or more years of consecutive Lumpkin Society membership.

Anonymous P. Michael Adkins Wm. Morgan Akin Elizabeth P. Alsobrook Barschall Andrews II Stephen C. Andrews & Doris L. Downs Brian R. Balow Gilbert A. Banks, Jr. (Deceased) & Bera D. Banks William D. Barwick & Donna Gude Barwick Ansel F. Beacham III Mr. & Mrs. Bruce H. Beerman Frederic S. Beloin Stephanie Stuckey Benfield Douglas A. Bennett Mildred A. Bennett David E. Betts & Chris Q. Betts James H. Blanchard & Frances S. Blanchard Gary Blasingame & Dwayne Blasingame Keith D. Bodoh & Karen A. Bodoh Emmet J. Bondurant II Patricia Warren Booker Alexander Hood Booth James R. Borders Gary Born Jerome Braun John M. Breen Rikard L. Bridges Wilbur C. Brooks C. Mitchell Brown Charles H. Brown Dustin T. Brown Lonnie T. Brown, Jr. Sylvia P. Brown Jason T. Burnette Ginger & Scott Burton W. Thomas Cable, Jr.

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Stephen J. Caffarelli & Kelly Russell Caffarelli Marcus B. Calhoun, Jr. Maureen T. Callahan Diane Sanborn Calloway Elizabeth W. Camp Clark E. Candler & Teresa Atkinson Candler Albert Caproni III Justice and Mrs. George H. Carley Ronald L. Carlson & Mary Carlson Julie E. Carnes & Stephen S. Cowen Caroline G. Castle Mr. & Mrs. Richard B. Chandler, Jr. Wayne Charles Rishi P. Chhatwal Thomas C. Chubb III Hon. Harold G. Clarke (Deceased) & Nora Gordon Clarke John L. Coalson, Jr. Walter N. Cohen Cale H. Conley Patrick D. Conner & Tonnye Conner-White Adam M. Conrad & Danielle Logan Conrad Mr. & Mrs. Frederick E. Cooper John B. Copenhaver Alfred N. Corriere Timothy L. Covington Betsy C. Cox Robyn Crittenden Wade M. Crumbley Stephen L. Cummings II Mr. & Mrs. George W. Darden III Peter J. Daughtery Elliot S. Davis Richard H. Deane, Jr. William D. deGolian Nancy Karen Deming Joseph W. Dent

Donnie Dixon Derek V. Dooley Kathy Kraft Dorough David E. Dukes H. Mitchell Dunn, Jr. James B. Durham Thomas A. Eaton Prof. & Mrs. C. Ronald Ellington James B. Ellington & Michele Jones Ellington John J. Ellington Philip F. Etheridge Charles M. Ferguson, Jr. Norman S. Fletcher James L. Ford Randolph Frails Dorothy Black Franzoni Joseph M. Freeman Mr. & Mrs. Robert O. Freeman Beverly Frew W. Heath Garrett & Lee Brumby Garrett Jeanine Gibbs Garvie & James M. Garvie T. Bart Gary & Elizabeth Conlin Gary Sidney A. Gelernter Steven P. Gilliam Mr. & Mrs. Peter B. Glass John T. Glover Richard G. Goerss Victor E. Goetz & Barbara Miller Goetz David F. Golden Robert D. Goldsmith Robert L. Goldstucker Kevin Gooch William S. Goodman James C. Gray, Jr. Loring A. Gray, Jr. Greg E. Gregory III

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There are more than 9,700 living Georgia Law alumni. They are employed in all 50 states as well as in more than 50 countries.

Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society Bradley K. Groff & Kerstin Meyers Groff Donald I. Hackney, Jr. Alan J. Hamilton Mr. & Mrs. V. Nathaniel Hansford Louis E. Harper III & Mary Catherine Moore Harper Thomas D. Harper Phillip L. Hartley William D. Harvard Holly D. Hatfield Scott D. Hawkins & Susan Mashburn Hawkins P. David Hay Douglas R. Haynie Gregory K. Hecht J. Jeffrey Helms, Jr. & Catherine Harris Helms Glenn P. Hendrix Wade W. Herring II & Susan Cramer Herring Phillip S. Hibbard Al B. Hill P. Harris Hines Bret R. Hobson & Tedra Cannella Hobson I. Gregory Hodges Rebecca A. Hoelting Michael J. Hofrichter Randolph H. Houchins David E. Howard Julius M. Hulsey E. Michael Ingram S. Lark Ingram & Daniel V. Pompilio III William R. Jenkins Francys Johnson J. Alexander Johnson Weyman T. Johnson, Jr. & E. Allison Forkner Ezra B. Jones III Reginald M. Jones Steve C. Jones Mr. & Mrs. James M. Jordan III

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R. Lawton Jordan III & Jennifer Auer Jordan Theodore W. Kassinger Elizabeth McClure Kelley Douglas R. Kertscher Cada T. Kilgore III Paul V. Kilpatrick, Jr. M. Todd King Dow N. Kirkpatrick II William Henry Kitchens Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Knox, Jr. Ruth A. Knox Richard Kopelman Melissa L. Kotun Stan Kreimer, Jr. Edward B. Krugman Terry Smith Labat David A. LaMalva & Anne Templeton LaMalva Ellen Brown Landers Andrew J. Lavoie J. Michael Levengood Jeffrey Y. Lewis Hubert C. Lovein, Jr. William H. Major III Rollin E. Mallernee II R. Lee Mann III Timothy Mann, Jr. C. Bradford Marsh David C. Marshall J. Dean Marshall, Jr. Terrell Quillian Marshall Roger J. Martinson David J. Maslia Gregory B. Mauldin Jacob A. Maurer & Tracie Johnson Maurer Leigh Martin May Merritt E. McAlister E. Crawford McDonald C. Wade McGuffey, Jr. & Virginia M. McGuffey Colin A. McRae T. Penn McWhorter

Kevin G. Meeks Charles H. Mercer, Jr. Thomas J. Mew IV Edward H. Meyers N. Marshall Meyers Charles P. Miller T. Ryan Mock, Jr. Kellie Casey Monk Mr. David R. Montlick Michael A. Morris Stephen G. Morrison C. Read Morton, Jr. George E. Mundy Hon. & Mrs. Harold L. Murphy Douglas A. Nail Edwin R. Neel Dr. & Mrs. William T. Neumann Matthew W. Nichols John E. Niedrach John S. Noell, Jr. Richard B. North, Jr. William U. Norwood C. Randall Nuckolls Coleman A. Nutter Trina Steele Olidge John J. Ossick, Jr. James L. Pannell W. Henry Parkman Mrs. L. Ray Patterson Carl S. Pedigo, Jr. & Kathleen Horne Jason C. Pedigo & Susannah Rogers Pedigo Charles E. Peeler & Melissa Dickey Peeler Lauren Bush Petron Stephen C. Petrovich Kristie Edenfield Piasta Gerald L. Pouncey, Jr. Thomas O. Powell William T. Prescott Alan J. Prince T.C. Spencer Pryor Charles N. Pursley Neal J. Quirk

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Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society Michael M. Raeber Shyam Reddy Michael S. Reeves Dudley C. Reynolds David A. Roby, Jr. Gregory L. Roseboro Julia Willcox Lumpkin Sando & Donald M. Sando Ryan A. Schneider & Jennifer Beth Tourial E. Clayton Scofield III & Eileen Golden Scofield William N. Searcy Edward S. Sell III Richard L. Shackelford Robert L. Shannon, Jr. Michael A. Siegel & Lisa Smith Siegel M.T. Simmons, Jr. Clarence H. Smith E. Kendrick Smith & Caryl Greenberg Smith Elizabeth Haverty Smith John H. Smith & Margie E. Smith M. Brandon Smith Philip C. Smith Putnam C. Smith Steven W. Smith William F. Sparks Robin V. Spivey J. Edward Sprouse Lawrence A. Stagg J. Steven Stewart Gary D. Stokes Sharon Douglas Stokes David R. Sweat & Kay A. Giese Charles B. Tanksley & Kathryn Johnson Tanksley William G. Tanner Benjie R. Tarbutton Sonja R. Tate John M. Tatum Michael B. Terry Henry C. Tharpe, Jr. C. Sammy Thomas

Steven R. Thornton & Allison Elmore Thornton Richard G. Tisinger Jeong-Haw LeeTowery Andrew J. Tuck David L. Turner & Martha Deedy Turner Sara S. Turnipseed Norman L. Underwood Glen M. Vey & Shelley Rucker Vey James A. Walker, Jr. C. Wilbur Warner, Jr. John L. Watkins Robert B. Wedge Paul L. Weisbecker & Amy Lloyd Weisbecker Laura H. Wheaton Sidney F. Wheeler Brian A. White Rebecca Hanner White & Daniel U. White Richard A. Wilhelm & Theresa T. Wilhelm Scott S. Williams Rhys T. Wilson Susan Jump Wilson Valinda Barrett Wolfert Laura E. Woodson Cynthia D. Wright Allen W. Yee H. Lane Young II

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Scholarship Recipient Law School Fund Scholar “As overwhelming as it may seem, this scholarship serves as an anchor; one that will keep me rooted in my goals, my ambitions, and resolve. I made the decision to study law while I was in Cape Town, South Africa, as a member of Global LEAD’s study abroad program. There we met with families that lived in the Sir Lowry’s Pass Township, talked with former cellmates of Nelson Mandela while touring the infamous Robben Island prison and bungee jumped from the world’s tallest bungee bridge. I saw with my own eyes the most incredible disparity imaginable, I learned about triumph against all odds via civil litigation from the men who lived it, and I took a leap of faith—quite literally. These experiences led me to determine that I want to affect change on a large scale. I chose law because I decided it was the best vehicle by which I could impact the world around me. Georgia Law is among the best in the nation and I am proud to be part of this prestigious institution. Therefore, I extend my deepest gratitude for the helping hand which supporters of the Law School Fund have lent me.” Matt Bush (Class of 2016)

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Lumpkin Society Spring Twilight Affair窶認riday, April 26, 2013

Honor Roll 2012-2013 The Honor Roll recognizes gifts to all of the various funds that support the University of Georgia School of Law. It includes all private donations between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2013, from alumni, firms, foundations, corporations, organizations, estates, other individuals, and Georgia Law faculty and staff. Gifts are listed by the following categories: Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society Benefactors……………… Donors of $10,000 or more Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society Fellows……………………… Donors of $5,000 to $9,999 Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society Partners……………………… Donors of $2,500 to $4,999 Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society Associates………………… Donors of $1,000 to $2,499 Dean’s Council……………………………………………………………………… Donors of $500 to $999 Law School Advocates……………………………………………………… Donors of $250 to $499 Law School Supporters……………………………………………………… Donors of $100 to $249 Law School Friends…………………………………………………………… Donors of less than $100

Alumni Gifts Alumni are listed by class year and, within the class year, by giving level. Each class list is prefaced by the number of alumni donors, percentage of class participation and amount of the overall class donation. Where only one class member participated, the specific gift amount is not disclosed. Numbers in parentheses denote the years of consecutive giving to Georgia Law.

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Honor Roll 2012-2013 Class of 1923 No. of Donors……………………………… 1 Participation………………………… 100% Lumpkin Society Benefactors Gordon W. Chambers (Deceased) Class of 1948 Class Total………………… $24,595.45 No. of Donors……………………………… 3 Participation…………………………… 21% Lumpkin Society Benefactors Carl E. Sanders (4) Law School Friends Thelma D. Ethridge Marvin H. Shoob (4) Class of 1949 Class Total…………………… $1,850.00 No. of Donors……………………………… 6 Participation…………………………… 27%

Lumpkin Society Associates Harold L. Murphy (23)

Law School Advocates Morton P. Levine (6)

Dean’s Council John D. Comer (24)

Law School Supporters Coy R. Johnson (5)

Law School Supporters Upshaw C. Bentley, Jr. (Deceased) (2) John S. Knox IV James P. Swann, Jr. (28)

Law School Friends Troy J. Johnson (9)

Law School Friends A. Mims Wilkinson, Jr. Class of 1950 Class Total…………………… $1,400.00 No. of Donors……………………………… 5 Participation…………………………… 20% Lumpkin Society Associates Harold G. Clarke (Deceased) (23) Law School Supporters John W. Roberts, Jr. (2) George O. Taylor, Jr. (20) Hoyt H. Whelchel, Jr. (33) Law School Friends Frank A. Young (4) Class of 1951 Class Total……………………$71,750.00 No. of Donors……………………………… 4 Participation…………………………… 16%

Graduates on Giving New Lumpkin Society Member “The three years I spent at the UGA School of Law were three of the hardest, and most enjoyable, years of my life. More importantly, each time I hear of a fellow graduate’s accomplishments, I am more and more proud of my time there. By continuing to support the law school, I get to play some small part in all of the accomplishments to come.” Sonja R. Tate (J.D.’96)

Class of 1954 Class Total……………………… $435.00 No. of Donors……………………………… 5 Participation…………………………… 26% Law School Supporters W. Thomas Roberts, Jr. (2) Robert B. Struble (3) N.C. Theriault (10) Samuel J. Zusmann, Jr. Law School Friends Claude A. Bray, Jr. (2) Class of 1955 Class Total…………………… $1,300.00 No. of Donors……………………………… 2 Participation…………………………… 17% Lumpkin Society Associates Charles P. Miller (6) Law School Advocates William G. Scrantom, Jr. (21)

Lumpkin Society Benefactors Bruce W. Kirbo (3)

Class of 1956 No. of Donors……………………………… 1 Participation…………………………… 10%

Lumpkin Society Associates Wilbur C. Brooks (18)

Law School Supporters Edmund I. Adams (2)

Dean’s Council Robert G. Walther (11)

Class of 1957 Class Total……………………… $600.00 No. of Donors……………………………… 4 Participation…………………………… 20%

Law School Advocates Robert E. Gibson (29) Class of 1952 No. of Donors……………………………… 1 Participation……………………………… 6% Lumpkin Society Partners David H. Gambrell (7) Class of 1953 Class Total……………………… $1,158.93 No. of Donors……………………………… 4 Participation…………………………… 18% Dean’s Council Nickolas P. Chilivis (2)

Law School Supporters D. Hugh Connolly (2) Ben L. Patterson, Jr. (2) Frank W. Seiler (3) Marvin H. Zion (8) Class of 1958 Class Total…………………… $4,550.00 No. of Donors……………………………… 8 Participation…………………………… 31% Lumpkin Society Associates H. Mitchell Dunn, Jr. (4) Norman S. Fletcher (6)

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Honor Roll 2012-2013 Roger J. Martinson (5) T. Penn McWhorter (6)

Law School Friends Jerry L. Minge (2)

Law School Supporters David A. Handley (28) Sanford R. Karesh E. Speer Mabry III Frank Troutman, Jr.

Class of 1960 Class Total…………………… $28,110.00 No. of Donors……………………………… 8 Participation…………………………… 38%

Class of 1959 Class Total……………………… $600.00 No. of Donors……………………………… 4 Participation…………………………… 14%

Lumpkin Society Benefactors Walter W. Mitchell (20) Lumpkin Society Associates Emmet J. Bondurant II (3) M.T. Simmons, Jr. (28)

Graduates on Giving

Law School Advocates Harry L. Cashin, Jr. (25)

Dean’s Council J. Norman Pease (7)

Consecutive Year Donor

Law School Supporters Julian R. Friedman J. Thomas Whelchel (2)

Law School Advocates John T. Wasdin (7)

“I give to the law school because I am grateful for past donors whose generosity assisted me when I was in law school. I give because I am grateful for the education that I received. I give to remain connected in a tangible way to the law school community. I give to help current students who will sustain our profession into the future.”

Law School Supporters George J. Hearn III (6) John E. Holman (9) Aron G. Weiner (3) Class of 1961 Class Total…………………… $2,750.00 No. of Donors……………………………… 7 Participation…………………………… 25% Lumpkin Society Associates Gary B. Blasingame (10)

Wade W. Herring II (J.D.’83) Consecutive donor for 25 years

Dean’s Council Fletcher N. Baldwin, Jr. (3)

Graduates on Giving Consecutive Year Donor “I’m thankful every day for my education at the University of Georgia law school and the career opportunities it opened up for me. What’s more, my life for over four decades now has been enriched through my ties with the school in ways I never could have imagined. My debt of gratitude can’t be repaid, but I acknowledge it by supporting Georgia Law and its mission through annual contributions.” J.D. Smith (J.D.’71) Consecutive donor for 33 years

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Law School Advocates Marvin B. Hartley, Jr. (11) Earl T. Leonard, Jr. James C. Whelchel (3) Law School Supporters John D. Cartledge (2) Sam S. Harben, Jr.

Law School Advocates William R. Coleman, Jr. Herbert M. Crane, Jr. (6) E. Pomeroy Williams Law School Supporters W. Rhett Tanner (2)

Class of 1962 Class Total…………………… $5,350.00 No. of Donors……………………………… 9 Participation…………………………… 29%

Class of 1963 Class Total…………………… $2,500.00 No. of Donors……………………………… 7 Participation…………………………… 21%

Lumpkin Society Associates Barschall Andrews II George H. Carley (31) John H. Smith (18) Sidney F. Wheeler (5)

Lumpkin Society Associates Charles H. Brown (20) Julius M. Hulsey (6)

Dean’s Council E. Purnell Davis II (6)

Law School Supporters Terrell W. Benton, Jr. (4) John N. Haley A. Montague Miller Jack Paller (7) David H. Tisinger (2)

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Honor Roll 2012-2013 Law School Advocates H. Arthur McLane (11) William T. Moore, Jr. (18) Law School Supporters J. Vincent Cook, Jr. (8) J. Dickey Crosby (5) Samuel P. Inglesby, Jr. H. William Sams, Jr. Horace H. Sibley (3)

Graduates on Giving New Lumpkin Society Member “My three years at the UGA School of Law were undeniably the most important and energizing years of my adult life. Despite being a ‘Yankee’ I felt welcomed and at home shortly after my arrival in Athens. There is nothing like being a 1L, and facing the daily challenges with a group of smart, interesting, and dedicated people. The loss of my classmate and good friend Anne Dupre, one of the few truly remarkable people I have known, inspired me to step up my contributions to the law school. I could not think of a better way than donating to her scholarship fund. I am proud to carry the UGA torch back home in Michigan.” Brian R. Balow (J.D.’88)

Class of 1964 Class Total…………………… $8,060.00 No. of Donors…………………………… 10 Participation…………………………… 22% Lumpkin Society Fellows Wyckliffe A. Knox, Jr. (4) Lumpkin Society Associates E. Crawford McDonald (5) Dean’s Council Gates T. Richards (4)

Lumpkin Society Associates Gilbert A. Banks, Jr. (Deceased) (5) Philip F. Etheridge (31) Norman L. Underwood (3) Dean’s Council Charles B. Mikell, Jr. (3) Harvey Weitz

Class of 1965 Class Total………………… $20,970.00 No. of Donors………………………………19 Participation…………………………… 33% Lumpkin Society Fellows Wade H. Coleman Edward T.M. Garland (7) Lumpkin Society Associates James H. Blanchard Paul V. Kilpatrick, Jr. (20) John S. Noell, Jr. (14) Edward S. Sell III (2) William G. Tanner (22) Richard G. Tisinger (5) C. Wilbur Warner, Jr. (8) Dean’s Council Albert M. Pickett (2) Law School Advocates Gerald F. Handley (6) John M. Melvin (15) Larry Walker (12) Law School Supporters William L. O’Callaghan, Jr. Robert E. Sherrell W. Byrd Warlick (7) Law School Friends Charles C. Benedict (6) C. Oliver Oxford G. Joseph Weller (3) Class of 1966 Class Total………………… $19,300.00 No. of Donors…………………………… 10 Participation…………………………… 24% Lumpkin Society Fellows R. Alex Crumbley (8) Charles B. Haygood, Jr. (14) Robert I. Schramm (13)

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Graduates on Giving Annual Fund Leader “Like anyone, I can identify a handful of individuals who have impacted my life in a positive and meaningful way, along with several institutions. But the University of Georgia School of Law alone has provided me with the tools which enable me to engage in the most noble of professions, the practice of law. Because I have been blessed with a measure of success in my chosen field, I annually contribute to the institution which made it all possible. How could I do otherwise? While some sense of gratitude motivates me, I am also moved by the belief that our law school needs to succeed in uncertain economic times. Most of the individuals who made me what I am have gone on, but the University of Georgia School of Law continues, more vibrant than ever, and with the continued help of its graduates will flourish in the future.” James W. Purcell (J.D.’75)

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Honor Roll 2012-2013 Law School Advocates H. Sanders Carter, Jr. (11) Foy S. Horne, Jr. (2) Law School Supporters Stanley H. Friedman (6) James M. Ney Law School Friends Ray L. Allison L. Michael Shackelford (25) William C. Talmadge (2)

Graduates on Giving New Lumpkin Society Member “My business career, from partner in a large international law firm to president of a large public company to cofounder of an entrepreneurial investment company, has been a little unusual for a law school graduate. Without a doubt, the University of Georgia School of Law provided me with the foundation, education and confidence to successfully enjoy such a varied post-education career. Contributing back to my law school will help other law students pursue their own unique career paths as well.” Alan P. Shor (J.D.’83)

Law School Advocates Daniel M. Coursey, Jr. (3) Law School Friends S. Pope Jones, Jr. (2) Class of 1967 Class Total…………………… $7,375.00 No. of Donors……………………………… 11 Participation…………………………… 20% Lumpkin Society Associates Frederick E. Cooper (2) George W. Darden III (4) William U. Norwood (8) William N. Searcy (2)

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Class of 1968 Class Total…………………… $14,279.70 No. of Donors………………………………12 Participation…………………………… 26%

Robert W. Chasteen, Jr. (2) Thomas J. Harrold, Jr. (4) Law School Supporters W. Joseph Bruckner (10) Harry P. Davis, Jr. (7) James T. Fordham Charles F. Hatcher Richard Katz (9) Allen B. Keeble (3) Milton E. Lefkoff (3) Nathaniel G. Slaughter III (33) Richard W. Stephens (8) Law School Friends Robert Lawrence IV

Lumpkin Society Fellows Ronald W. Rogers (10) Lumpkin Society Associates William S. Goodman (12) V. Nathaniel Hansford (13) John M. Tatum (4) Dean’s Council Thomas S. Chambless (12) Law School Advocates Lowell S. Fine (7) Gardiner W. Garrard, Jr. (2) Fred B. Kitchens, Jr. (2) Charles R. Swartz (16) Law School Supporters Neal L. Conner, Jr. (6) Robert P. Mallis (14) J. Leonard Skiles (7) Class of 1969 Class Total………………… $10,654.80 No. of Donors…………………………… 20 Participation…………………………… 27% Lumpkin Society Partners Ronald S. Cooper (7) J. Michael Dover (19) Lumpkin Society Associates Dow N. Kirkpatrick II (25) Robert E. Knox, Jr. (8) Charles N. Pursley (17) Dean’s Council Loyd H. Black, Jr. (8) Law School Advocates William H. Blalock, Jr. (10) William T. Boyett The 2012–2013 University of Georgia School of Law Annual Report

Graduates on Giving Consecutive Year Donor “It would be almost impossible for me to exaggerate the impact that Georgia Law has had on my life. More than great training for the profession I love, it is where I met most of my best lifelong friends, including my wife Bridget, and now our son is also an alumnus. Bridget and I are thankful for the many blessings that can be traced back to Georgia Law, and for that reason, we are happy to contribute. ‘From those to whom much is given, much is expected.’” H. Michael Bagley (J.D.’80) Consecutive donor for 22 years

Honor Roll 2012-2013 Class of 1970 Class Total…………………… $8,425.00 No. of Donors………………………………13 Participation…………………………… 19% Lumpkin Society Partners John B. Miller, Jr. (8) Gerald S. Tanenbaum (5) Law School Advocates Edmund A. Booth, Jr. (2) Herman S. Caldwell, Jr. (6) William A. Clineburg, Jr. William D. Montgomery (2)

Law School Supporters Timothy J. Armstrong (12) R. Carl Cannon (2) Charles B. Davis III Ronald E. Ginsberg (6) J. Stephen Lewis (6) Edwin D. Robb, Jr. (2) Law School Friends Baxter C. Howell, Jr. Class of 1971 Class Total……………………$33,430.14 No. of Donors…………………………… 25 Participation…………………………… 27%

Graduates on Giving Consecutive Year Donor

Lumpkin Society Benefactors William J. Stembler (10)

“My support reflects appreciation for the education which I received at the law school and for those who have contributed to its success. Alumni support is important to the continued success of the law school and to allow it to maintain standards of excellence.”

Lumpkin Society Partners J.D. Smith (33) Lumpkin Society Associates Jerome Braun (7) Peter B. Glass (20) Douglas R. Haynie (19) Hubert C. Lovein, Jr. (6) Rollin E. Mallernee II (8) J. Edward Sprouse (33)

Graduates on Giving New Lumpkin Society Member with Company Match “My time at the University of Georgia School of Law provided me cherished memories, enduring and invaluable friendships, personal development, a superb legal education, and the skills and knowledge I needed to succeed. It means so much to me to be able to give back, and to help the law school continue to provide those experiences and opportunities to others. Special thanks to Professor (now Dean) White, who was the inspiration for the path I chose, and whose spirit, compassion, and dedication continues to contribute so much to the school and its success.” Millie Bennett Good (J.D.’97)

Dean’s Council B. Thomas Cook, Jr. David K. Ginn (3) Wilson M. MacEwen, Jr. (8) Charles T. Staples (33) Law School Advocates C. King Askew (5) Walter B. McClelland (4) Joseph M. Seigler, Jr. Law School Supporters Luther C. Curtis (4) Terry S. Freedman (4) William B. Hollberg (8) Jack B. Hood (14) Lawrence F. Jones (18) John B. Long John M. Shiver J. Thomas Vance (2) Law School Friends Edgar W. Ennis, Jr. (2) W. Brooks Stillwell III (4)

M.T. Simmons (LL.B.’60) Consecutive donor for 28 years

Class of 1972 Class Total………………… $95,270.08 No. of Donors…………………………… 27 Participation…………………………… 21% Lumpkin Society Benefactors Roy E. Barnes (10) Lumpkin Society Associates Marcus B. Calhoun, Jr. (10) Robert O. Freeman (15) John T. Glover (10) George E. Mundy (21) Robert B. Wedge (9) Dean’s Council Arthur K. Goto (28) Ernest V. Harris (5) Russell L. Smith (2) Law School Advocates Edward E. Bates, Jr. (15) McCarthy Crenshaw, Jr. (4) T. Jerry Jackson J. Rodgers Lunsford III (10)

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With the addition of the Medical-Legal Partnership Clinic in the fall of 2014, Georgia Law will offer 14 civil and criminal experiential learning programs.

Honor Roll 2012-2013 Ronald H. Rentz (19) Samuel N. Werbin (13)

Lumpkin Society Partners H. Allen Moye (8)

Law School Supporters Michael R. Casper (8) Michael J. Cohen Thomas C. Dearing Michael C. Garvey (4) C. Thompson Harley Kevin S. King George E. Mudter, Jr. (2) William C. Tinsley II (3) Robert M. Travis Steve L. Wilson

Lumpkin Society Associates Richard B. Chandler, Jr. (14) James L. Ford (20) Greg E. Gregory III (6) William Henry Kitchens (33) C. Read Morton, Jr. Thomas O. Powell (12)

Graduates on Giving New Lumpkin Society Member “We are all a product of where we’ve been. Georgia Law has played an important part in who I am today and what I do with my life. I am just trying not to forget where I am from.” Jeong-Hwa Lee Towery (J.D.’96)

Law School Friends Sidney R. Esary (9) William B. Simpson Class of 1973 Class Total………………… $59,545.00 No. of Donors………………………………31 Participation…………………………… 19% Lumpkin Society Benefactors Martin D. Chitwood Lumpkin Society Fellows William V. Allison (2)

David E. Betts (8) Steven P. Gilliam (11) James L. Pannell (3) Carl S. Pedigo, Jr. (8) Michael S. Reeves (10) Henry C. Tharpe, Jr. (14)

Law School Advocates Robert B. Bates Robert L. Berry, Jr. (4) David C. Hagaman (4) Tommy R. Hankinson (8) Donald B. Napier (9) Charles C. Smith, Jr. (10) Gilbert L. Stacy (3) Thomas J. Welchman (8)

Graduates on Giving

Law School Supporters J. Edward Allen, Jr. (4) John F. Allgood (3) T. Kennerly Carroll, Jr. (10) James C. Folk (4) Robert B. Hill (2) Brian M. Kane Sarajane N. Love (3) Truitt A. Mallory (5) Harry G. Mason (7) Jack S. Schroder, Jr. (3) William W. Shearouse, Jr. (5) Frank W. Virgin, Sr. (3)

Consecutive Year Donor “When I graduated from college in 1973, the business world expected ‘girls’ to be secretaries. Georgia Law gave me the opportunity to exceed this expectation. The law school gave me scholarships my second and third years. More important, my law degree gave me credibility and a path forward at a time when women rarely were taken seriously in the business world. It was the basis of my success. This is why I have donated to the Law School Fund for more than 30 years. How could I not give back to the institution that gave me such a good start?”

Law School Friends Donald L. Crosby (3) Tyler E. Wren Class of 1974 Class Total………………… $55,555.08 No. of Donors…………………………… 46 Participation…………………………… 24%

S. Carol Baird (J.D.’79)

Lumpkin Society Benefactors W. Russell King Lumpkin Society Fellows Michael J. Bowers (12) Jesse G. Bowles III (5) Howell Hollis III Lumpkin Society Associates Wm. Morgan Akin (13) William D. Barwick (7) Bruce H. Beerman (29)

Consecutive donor for 32 years

Dean’s Council John M. Carlton, Jr. (11) John R. Cleveland (12) Edmund M. Kneisel (9) William L. Martin III (7) Paul W. Painter, Jr. (24) Thomas W. Tucker (6)

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Honor Roll 2012-2013 Law School Advocates William A. Aileo (7) W. Johnny Camp (4) Eugene W. Dabbs IV (9) Thomas E. Jones, Jr. (11) David L. Marshall (11) James M. Poe (25) William J. Self II (33) Marshall T. Walsh (7)

Scholarship Recipient Law School Fund Scholar “Thank you to the supporters of the Law School Fund. This scholarship has helped me with funding my legal education. I was inspired to attend law school by attorneys who practice in the county where I was raised – Habersham County. Attorneys have an influence on the lives of their clients and their adversaries. Law is a profession deserving of respect, and I plan to make a positive difference in the lives of people with whom I have the opportunity to work. I am currently a participant in the Prosecutorial Clinic at Georgia Law. I believe access to the justice system is essential to equality and differentiates our legal system from the rest of the world. Graduating from Georgia Law will empower me in being amongst the well-educated new attorneys in the state.” Jessica Barrett (Class of 2014)

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Donald F. Walton (4) Law School Supporters C. Gray Bethea, Jr. (5) Claude-Leonard Davis (2) William A. Dowell (6) Benjamin F. Easterlin IV (4) John J. Fitzpatrick, Jr. Daniel M. Formby (2) James L. Gale (3) James E. Mahar, Jr. (3) Toby B. Prodgers (5) Ashley Royal (19) O. Eugene Sain, Jr. (10) Robert W. Steinbruegge (3) Robert H. Sullivan (4) A. Stephenson Wallace (7) William H. Willson, Jr. (9) Law School Friends J. David Burroughs (6) F. Bryant Henry, Jr. (3) Thomas J. Killeen, Jr. (2)

Joe D. Whitley (5) Dorothy Dent Wilson (8) Barry L. Zimmerman (21) Law School Supporters Frank L. Butler III (11) John F. Elmore (33) Dale R. Granchalek (10) Arthur H. Leed John C. Pridgen John D. Reeves Thomas F. Richardson (16) Clifford A. Sticher Robert R. Stubbs (10) Edward D. Tolley (2) Law School Friends William F. Bryant Mary R. Carden (3) David L. Cavender Paul Fryer John W. Laiho, Jr. (3)

Class of 1975 Class Total……………… $1,528,125.00 No. of Donors…………………………… 37 Participation…………………………… 20% Lumpkin Society Benefactors Joel O. Wooten (33) Lumpkin Society Partners Charles A. Hunnicutt (14) Keith W. Vaughan (11) Lumpkin Society Associates Julie E. Carnes (3) Walter N. Cohen (13) E. Clayton Scofield III (3) C. Sammy Thomas (9) Dean’s Council Philip W. Norwood (2) Charles E. Orck (4) L. Joseph Shaheen, Jr. (5) George P. Shingler (2) Lois D. Shingler (2) Law School Advocates Thomas H. Baxley (9) Paul W. Bonapfel J. Foster Clark (2) Stephen F. Greenberg Thomas L. Martin (3) Stephen A. Melton (2) Jack N. Sibley (3) The 2012–2013 University of Georgia School of Law Annual Report

Graduates on Giving New Lumpkin Society Member “I support Georgia Law because I’m grateful for the opportunities and relationships this school gave me. Collectively, our support helps to ensure our school’s faculty, facilities and graduates remain second to none. Our hope is that in turn Georgia Law will have a continuing beneficial impact on the legal community and our society. That’s a legacy worth preserving.” Alan J. Hamilton (J.D.’04)

Honor Roll 2012-2013 Class of 1976 Class Total……………………$51,664.38 No. of Donors………………………………41 Participation…………………………… 21% Lumpkin Society Benefactors Kenneth Klein (28) Lumpkin Society Fellows Eleanor Dunlap Henderson (13) James L. Henderson III (13) Lumpkin Society Partners Charles E. Jabaley (13) James W. Purcell (3) Lumpkin Society Associates Alfred N. Corriere (16) Loring A. Gray, Jr. (13) Kathleen Horne (8) E. Michael Ingram (3) Terry Smith Labat C. Wade McGuffey, Jr. (33)

John J. Ossick, Jr. (9) H. Lane Young II Dean’s Council W. Leon Barfield (23) J. Stephen Schuster Law School Advocates Nancy Spratt Arnett John A. Ferguson, Jr. (8) J. William Haley Thomas C. Holcomb (9) Richard H. Siegel (11) Rex D. Smith Michael B.T. Wilkes (4)

Graduates on Giving

Law School Supporters Susan V. Boleyn (12) Jenifer Ward Clason (2) Robert N. Elkins Joseph G. Francis, Jr. Anthony J. George (3) William T. Hankins III (3) John W. Kuebler (3) William D. Moorhead III (5) Don Morgan J. Ronald Mullins, Jr. (3) John P. Neal III (8) William A. Pierce (3) Daryl A. Robinson (7) Michael H. Schroder Stanton J. Shapiro (7) Roy M. Sobelson N. David Wages M. Kendall Williams (3)

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Law School Friends James R. Moye (9)

“I have been fortunate to have a variety of challenging and enjoyable experiences in government, private practice, and public service during my professional career. My education at Georgia Law prepared me for all these opportunities, and the school’s excellent reputation opened many doors. My annual contribution is a small way I can express my appreciation for everything Georgia Law has done for me.” J. David Burroughs (J.D.’74)

Lumpkin Society Associates Donna G. Barwick (7) Rikard L. Bridges (22) Diane Sanborn Calloway (15) Elizabeth W. Camp (6) John L. Coalson, Jr. (8) Richard H. Deane, Jr. (9) Donnie Dixon (4) Richard G. Goerss (3) Robert L. Goldstucker (9) Thomas D. Harper (3) Scott D. Hawkins (15) Susan Mashburn Hawkins (15) J. Alexander Johnson (8) Stan Kreimer, Jr. (9) Virginia M. McGuffey (33)

Class of 1977 Class Total……………… $1,572,566.66 No. of Donors…………………………… 58 Participation…………………………… 29% Lumpkin Society Benefactors James. E. Butler, Jr. Robert P. Hein (11) Lumpkin Society Fellows David B. Bell (14) G. Sanders Griffith III (12) Lumpkin Society Partners Steven L. Beard (8) Harmon W. Caldwell, Jr. (15) Stanley S. Jones, Jr. (4) Donald R. Livingston (5) The 2012–2013 University of Georgia School of Law Annual Report

Graduates on Giving New Lumpkin Society Member “The numerous opportunities I had while at Georgia Law—in the classroom, with professors and student colleagues, and with the broader legal community— were invaluable in shaping my career. As our world changes and becomes more globally integrated, it is essential that those who follow us are offered even richer experiences. I give to help Georgia Law continue to provide excellent legal education and training to a diverse student body that will contribute to our state, nation, and the global community.” Terry Smith Labat (J.D.’76)

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Honor Roll 2012-2013 Anthony J. George Edward M. Hughes (3) John T. McGoldrick, Jr. Alfred J. Powell, Jr. R. Kenny Stone (4) Jay L. Strongwater (12) Joseph W. Watkins, Sr. (5) Roland B. Williams (11) Charles S. Wynne (4)

Scholarship Recipient Law School Fund Scholar “I have been a teacher for the past ten years and during that time I developed an interest in law. That interest derived, in part, from recognizing the varied needs of my students and from reflecting on ways that I could help people like them. I was, of course, concerned about the cost of going back to school and was uncertain about how I would be able to manage it. Your generosity in providing funds that led to this scholarship has made it possible for me to attend Georgia Law. I want to express my gratitude. I do not take for granted the value of this gift and I absolutely intend to make the most of it.” Jonathan A. Weeks (Class of 2016)

C. Randall Nuckolls (23) J. Steven Stewart (8) Cynthia D. Wright Dean’s Council Thomas L. Bower III John L. Douglas (4) Joe Fowler (2) Lesly Gaynor Murray (30) Mary Mitchell Yates (5) Law School Advocates James E. Bethel (20) James J. Brissette (9)

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Law School Supporters L. Dennis Ballou (9) David H. Dickey (3) Andrew H. Ernst (3) J. Hamrick Gnann, Jr. (4) D. Scott Gordon (6) Bruce S. Harvey Andrew J. Hill III (6) Rodney G. Meadows (3) Carol Stern Osborne (4) Timothy A. Pape (7) F. Michael Prince R. Clay Ratterree (3) T. Treadwell Syfan (3)

Graduates on Giving Consecutive Year Donor “Georgia Law provides its students with an outstanding legal education. It attracts and maintains talented professors and staff. Only through consistent alumni support and donations can the law school maintain its tradition of excellence. I urge each graduate of Georgia Law to join me in showing their appreciation for the education they received at the law school by making an annual donation to the Law School Fund.”

Law School Friends William M. Calhoun (4) Dorothy Waters Courington (2) Beverly V. Gholson (3) Class of 1978 Class Total………………… $70,289.20 No. of Donors…………………………… 52 Participation…………………………… 27% Lumpkin Society Benefactors Kenneth M. Henson, Jr. (21) J. Curtis Lewis III (11) Joey M. Loudermilk (2) Lumpkin Society Fellows Gordon A. Smith (3) Lumpkin Society Partners Kathleen Lewis Beard (8) Don L. Waters Lumpkin Society Associates Wade M. Crumbley (15) N. Karen Deming (5) Elizabeth Conlin Gary (3) T. Bart Gary (3) Donald I. Hackney, Jr. (8) S. Lark Ingram (22) Theodore W. Kassinger (7) Ruth A. Knox (32)

Janice C. Sharp (J.D.’87) Consecutive donor for 24 years

Coleman A. Nutter (13) Dudley C. Reynolds Gary D. Stokes (12) Charles B. Tanksley (12) Dean’s Council Joseph P. Brennan John D. Capers, Jr. (5) Julie Childs (2) William S. Jones (3) Nancy Reeves Mansfield (5) Mary Helen Moses (2) George R. Neuhauser (3) Thomas H. Rogers, Jr. Stanley D. Tilley (8) Velma Cowen Tilley (8) John O. Wiggins

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Honor Roll 2012-2013 Robert F. Mumford Gwyn Phifer Newsom (2) James R. Osborne (4) Marjorie McCaw Rogers Thomas H. Rogers III Richard W. Story (8) David T. Whitworth (4)

Graduates on Giving Endowment Supporter “I’m proud to support the University of Georgia School of Law. My three years in Athens were truly transformative and the relationships, knowledge, and skill sets developed there have had a profound and lasting impact on my life both personally and professionally. By giving at the Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society level, I can help ensure others share the same experiences and opportunities I did at such a unique academic institution.” William F. Crozer (J.D.’12)

Law School Advocates John L. Carr, Jr. Susan Warren Cox (21) Christopher W. DiSenso (20) Joycelyn L. Fleming (6) W. Carole Holloway (3) T. Randolph Merrill (2) Keith M. Oelke (21) Philip L. Ray, Jr. (2) G.R. Smith Mary E. Staley (8) Law School Supporters Sally Cobb Cannon (2) Gerard M. Chapman (2) Charles C. Clay (4) James R. Gardner (2) Henry D. Green, Jr. (21) John R. Hawkins, Jr.

Class of 1979 Class Total………………… $34,844.00 No. of Donors………………………………41 Participation…………………………… 24%

Graduates on Giving

Lumpkin Society Fellows Valerie Caproni (14)

Law School Fund Supporter

Lumpkin Society Partners Carol Ellis Morgan (8)

“The education I received and friendships I developed at UGA law school have enhanced my professional career and personal life. It is our responsibility to provide others with similar opportunities and also to support our legal system by attracting the best students and making them the best lawyers. We need and are often called upon to give back—to church, community, educational and professional endeavors. I believe giving to Georgia Law meets several of our obligations and should be a top priority. The law school needs the financial support of its graduates to succeed in its mission.”

Lumpkin Society Associates Patricia Warren Booker Albert Caproni III (3) John B. Copenhaver (9) William D. deGolian (11) Joseph M. Freeman (5) Kay A. Giese (7) Phillip L. Hartley (14) Weyman T. Johnson, Jr. (3) Cada T. Kilgore III (3) Edward B. Krugman (21) Michael A. Morris (7) Richard L. Shackelford (10) Philip C. Smith (9) David R. Sweat (7) Rhys T. Wilson (2) Dean’s Council Larry H. Chesin (2) John P. Claeys J. Griffin Doyle (22) Stephen E. Franzén (20) Earl “Billy” W. Gunn (6) Jeffrey C. Quinn (5) Jane Fugate Thorpe (9) R. Wayne Thorpe (9) Law School Advocates S. Carol Baird (32) David Cook (14) Jo Lanier Meeks R. Harold Meeks, Jr. Allen S. Willingham Frank L. Wilson III (3) William B. Wood (7)

J. Alexander Johnson (J.D.’77)

Law School Supporters E. Thomas Branch, Jr. (7) Wendy J. Glasbrenner Molly McKibben Howard Janney E. Sanders (7) William P. Tinkler, Jr. Ann Arnold Watkins (6) Robert A. Whitlow Elbert. N. Whitmire III (2) Law School Friends Mary T. Hall (7)

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Honor Roll 2012-2013 Class of 1980 Class Total………………… $58,082.87 No. of Donors………………………………41 Participation…………………………… 21%

Henry B. Harris III (13) J. Thomas Morgan III (8) Floyd C. Newton III (24) Janet McGrew Stein (4)

Lumpkin Society Benefactors E. David Hart, Jr. (6)

Lumpkin Society Associates Douglas A. Bennett (14) Betsy C. Cox (17) Victor E. Goetz (6) Robert D. Goldsmith (18) J. Michael Levengood (3) Sharon Douglas Stokes (2)

Lumpkin Society Fellows Eleanor Banister (15) N. Kenneth Daniel (2) Carlton M. Henson II (6) Lumpkin Society Partners Bridget Bagley (22) H. Michael Bagley (22)

Graduates on Giving New Lumpkin Society Member “At the urging of a college professor/mentor who told me a law school education would prepare me for any career path I might choose, I applied to the University of Georgia School of Law without knowing I would practice law. My mentor was right. The quality law school education I received provided me with the foundation for a successful legal career and, more recently, for a foray into the world of professional sports as an NFL player agent. I remain grateful for the education I received and the friendships I developed during law school, and it is my pleasure to give back to Georgia Law as a small token of my appreciation.” Richard Kopelman (J.D.’87)

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Graduates on Giving

Dean’s Council Charles M. Dalziel, Jr. (4) Rufus T. Dorsey IV Therese Glisson Franzén (20) Richard H. Lee (15) Dana B. Miles (2) Jere W. Morehead (5) Timothy A. Peterson (14) Renzo S. Wiggins Law School Advocates Kenneth R. Croy Richard E. Currie (2) Gregory A. Garcia R. Calhoun Martin, Jr. Sandra Ganus Moses (3) Donald F. Samuel Law School Supporters Susan R. Boltacz (3) Steven A. Cornelison Mark W. Forsling Susan Barker Forsling Keith E. Fryer E. Kenneth Jones (8) Randall A. Schmidt Curtis M. Simpson Norman J. Slawsky (4) Paula K. Smith (4) H. Mark Worsham (4) Class of 1981 Class Total………………… $28,056.04 No. of Donors…………………………… 42 Participation…………………………… 22% Lumpkin Society Partners J. David Dantzler, Jr. (7) Bertis E. Downs IV (12) Kenneth S. Resnick (5) Grant T. Stein (4)

New Lumpkin Society Member “I’ve been fortunate in many ways in life, not the least of which is my experience at Georgia Law. I consider annual giving to be one small yet important way of showing my gratitude.” Dustin T. Brown (J.D.’02)

Lumpkin Society Associates Alexander Hood Booth (3) Clark E. Candler (28) Teresa Atkinson Candler (28) Doris L. Downs (2) I. Gregory Hodges (13) William R. Jenkins (7) Ezra B. Jones III (8) E. Kendrick Smith (22) Dean’s Council Jennifer Wheatley Fletcher (3) Beverly B. Martin (5) Law School Advocates Donald J. Aronin (10) William H. Boling, Jr. (3) Barry W. Burt Judy Greenbaum Croy Robert Hancock (8) David T. Lock (15) Hall F. McKinley III (3) Terry F. Schwartz (3) J. David Smith (7) Leslie K. Smith (3) Lawton E. Stephens David E. Tuszynski Frederick L. Warren III (7)

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Graduates on Giving Consecutive Year Donors “Having met at Georgia Law 35 years ago this fall, our marriage and our legal careers are a direct result of our time in glorious Athens. So far, two of our three children, Clark II (J.D.‘11) and Laura (J.D.‘13) have also graduated from Georgia Law. Who knows, maybe our remaining son, Blake, will decide on law as a profession after the Peace Corps. We are proud to support this fine institution. Go Dogs!“ Terri and Clark Candler (J.D.‘81) Consecutive donors for 28 years

Law School Supporters Catherine Modling Bennett Timothy F. Coen (3) N. Jackson Cotney, Jr. (7) Mark T. Dietrichs (2) Herbert E. Franklin, Jr. James P. Gerard George H. Heberton Ruth E. Isaac Marvin W. McGahee Kennerly M. McLendon (12) Patrick T. O’Connor Nathan B. Pride (3) Law School Friends Ann Carroll Reid Quintus W. Sibley (9) Lauren Duane Sprague (2)

Class of 1982 Class Total……………… $302,444.00 No. of Donors…………………………… 46 Participation…………………………… 21%

Mari Perez Hobgood Jeffrey F. Leasendale (9) R. David Syfan Wade H. Watson III

Lumpkin Society Benefactors Kathelen Van Blarcum Amos (3) Robert D. Cheeley

Law School Friends Kristen Gustafson Juras (25) Charles W. Snyder (9) Charles C. Stewart, Jr. (2)

Lumpkin Society Partners O. Elizabeth Bell (4) James A. Orr (4) Michael J. Quilling (2) Lumpkin Society Associates Barbara Miller Goetz (6) William D. Harvard (3) P. David Hay (2) Jeffrey Y. Lewis (4) William H. Major III David C. Marshall (3) T. Ryan Mock, Jr. (11) John E. Niedrach (20) Caryl Greenberg Smith (22) Steven W. Smith (8) Michael B. Terry (4) Glen M. Vey (12) Shelley Rucker Vey (12) John L. Watkins (7) Richard A. Wilhelm (15)

Class of 1983 Class Total………………… $39,463.04 No. of Donors…………………………… 48 Participation…………………………… 23% Lumpkin Society Fellows J. Randolph Evans C. Michael Evert, Jr. (13) George W. Fryhofer III (7)

Dean’s Council Mary D. Chaffin (2) Dana Garrett Diment (8) Richard A. Diment (8) Ginger S. McRae (15) Law School Advocates Louisa Abbot (3) Michael E. Axelrod D. Albert Brannen, Jr. William J. Ellenberg II (9) Patricia G. Griffith (9) Steven F. Hauser (3) Easter P. Moses (3) Carl A. Rhodes Law School Supporters Charles A. Allen (6) Allie Edwards Armistead (2) Joe C. Bishop (9) Edward J. Coleman III Gale Gibson Evans W. Allen Evans Karl Freedman

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Graduates on Giving Consecutive Year Donor “I have always believed in the admonition from the Gospel of Luke: ‘For of those to whom much is given, much is required’ (Lk 12:48). My UGA law school education has given me a rewarding legal career. For me, giving back to the law school is just a small expression of my appreciation for all that I was given. If all graduates would commit to making even a small contribution every year, our law school could be the bestendowed school in the country.” Susan Warren Cox (J.D.’78) Consecutive donor for 21 years

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Honor Roll 2012-2013 Lumpkin Society Partners Alan P. Shor David A. Smith (22) Gregory C. Sowell (14) Lumpkin Society Associates Stephen C. Andrews (2) Frederic S. Beloin (5) James B. Durham (2) Susan Cramer Herring (25) Wade W. Herring II (25) W. Henry Parkman (4) Kathryn J. Tanksley (12)

Christina Cooley Smith (5) Frederick M. Valz III Class of 1984 Class Total………………… $93,560.00 No. of Donors…………………………… 42 Participation…………………………… 21%

Law School Supporters Sandra Mayer Baumwald (2) Paul R. Beshears (3) Brian D. Bodker Gregory R. Crochet (3) Richard A. Greenberg (15) T. Tucker Hobgood Robert W. Killorin (6) James B. Matthews III Lawrence S. McGoldrick (2) George W. Mize, Jr. Christopher E. Penna (4) Elizabeth Dillon Sharp (6) George L. Strobel II Elizabeth Bentley Watson Law School Friends Mary Real Chapin (12) Kim Stafford Clarke (3) William P. DeMersseman Jett M. Fisher, Jr. (2) Laurie A. Fowler (3) Fonda Saxon Froistad (2) Debra Shaw Hess (6) Julius C. Highsmith, Jr. Ronald W. McNutt (4) Stephen L. Noel

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Lumpkin Society Associates David F. Golden (3) C. Bradford Marsh (16) J. Dean Marshall, Jr. (21) Valinda Barrett Wolfert (9) Dean’s Council Warner S. Fox (8) Gerald L. Mize, Jr. Wiley A. Wasden III

Dean’s Council Paul R. Bennett (6) Jonathan M. Engram (13) H. Quigg Fletcher III (3) Law School Advocates David P. Darden (2) William C. “Dave” Davis, Jr. (9) Larry K. Evans (6) Barry L. Gold (4) Eric T. Johnson (4) Cynthia Newberry Martin

Lumpkin Society Partners B. Lynn Chastain (5) J. Anderson Davis (4)

Graduates on Giving New Lumpkin Society Member “As I reflect on my career, I appreciate that the UGA School of Law opened the door for me to pursue my dream. The law school provided me with the foundation, confidence, network and knowledge to practice law the way I envisioned. I was taught not only about law, but about ethics, professionalism and responsibility. My contribution at the Joseph Henry Lumpkin level is a thank you to the law school for what it has done for me and an investment in the continuing success of the law school. It is an honor to assist others in obtaining their career goals and dreams.” Joseph M. Freeman (J.D.’79)

Lumpkin Society Benefactors Michael N. Weathersby (14) Risë J. Weathersby (14)

Law School Advocates Gregory A. Adams (19) Jamie M. Brownlee (2) Theodore T. Carellas (3) Elizabeth Raines Cook (3) Ellen Thompson Evancho (8) Joseph M. Gannam (29) Edward H. Lindsey, Jr. Melanie L. Marks (29) Todd E. Naugle Mark W. Sanders (2) W. Scott Sorrels (4) Law School Supporters Wade A. Buser (3) Dorinda Gilmore Dallmeyer G. Marcus Hodge (2) David H. Johnson (3) Werner W. Mielke (2) Kimbrough Brown Mullins J. Kennard Neal (5) Craig K. Pendergrast (3) Teresa Williams Pendergrast (3) Jeffrey S. Sharp (6) Sidney O. Smith III Leah Fallin Sumner (2) Michael E. Sumner (2) Law School Friends Alisa M. Austin (8) Frederick A. Bading Thomas L. Cohen Alan A. Cook (5) Rebecca Curry Cottingham (7) Stephen J. Easley

Lumpkin Society Fellows Samuel M. Matchett (21)

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Considered among the best in the country, Georgia Law’s advocacy program has taken home the top trophy in 5 national, 11 regional and 5 state tournaments over the past five years.

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Graduates on Giving New Lumpkin Society Member “My choice was between Emory and Georgia. For the value paid and the benefits derived, Georgia was the best decision for me. I’d make the same decision today.” Michael J. Hofrichter (J.D.’90)

Class of 1985 Class Total………………… $33,645.00 No. of Donors…………………………… 44 Participation…………………………… 18% Lumpkin Society Benefactors Keith W. Mason (13) Lumpkin Society Fellows Robert P. Hall III (10) Alan F. Rothschild, Jr. (8) Herbert J. Short, Jr. (7) Lumpkin Society Associates John J. Ellington (2) Edwin R. Neel (12) Gerald L. Pouncey, Jr. (10) Eileen G. Scofield (3) Dean’s Council Phillip L. Carson, Jr. (4) William R. Ferguson Tandy McNeal Menk (4) McCracken Poston (4) Law School Advocates Michelle Wilder Dodds T. Michael Flinn (3) Amy S. Gellins

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Karen Jenkins Young (2) Mark P. Kelly (3) Stephen Krebs Jonathan R. Levine Virginia L. Looney (2) Christopher J. McFadden (11) Phillip D. Wilkins (7)

Cheryl F. Custer (2) William V. Custer IV (2) LeeAnn Jones (5)

Law School Supporters Anonymous (6) Judy Farrington Aust (2) Bret L. Block (3) James T. Budd Russell C. Gabriel (6) Tina Fulford Heelan (9) John B. Hoover (3) Walter E. Johnson (16) Leslie Thomson Lemke David K. Linder (2) Harry W. MacDougald (3) Patricia Tanzer Paul (2) William R. Rice (6) David Russell Smith (5) John P. Spalding Courtney W. Tarver S. Kerry Tassopoulos (7) M. Mark Wiggins III (2) Victoria Wallace Wuesthoff

Law School Supporters Deborah A. Ausburn Joseph D. Cooley III (5)

Law School Advocates William B. Cody (3) Sherry M. Knowles David R. Stepp (3)

Law School Friends Robin Goff Hallberg (3) Lee B. Perkins (2) Sharon Irby Shanley Class of 1986 Class Total………………… $37,005.00 No. of Donors…………………………… 33 Participation…………………………… 16% Lumpkin Society Benefactors R. Dale Hughes (8) Lumpkin Society Fellows Robert O. Ball III (4) Lumpkin Society Partners Daniel P. Griffin (23) Lumpkin Society Associates John M. Breen (2) Kathy Kraft Dorough (12) Cathy Harris Helms (12) J. Jeffrey Helms, Jr. (12) Dean’s Council John T. Chesser III (15)

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Scholarship Recipient Law School Fund Scholar “I cannot believe my third year of law school has arrived so quickly. Each year has been challenging and immensely rewarding. I have been fortunate to attend my top choice of law schools and, in large part, I have the Law School Fund supporters to thank for that. Thank you for ensuring that students like me are able to enjoy and benefit from the education provided by the University of Georgia School of Law. It has prepared me for a career in law and has equipped me with the tools to be excellent. After graduation, I have an opportunity to work with a firm in South Georgia, and I could not be more thrilled. Thank you for helping to make so many of my dreams possible. Your support is greatly appreciated.” Keri E. McCrary (Class of 2014)

Honor Roll 2012-2013 Class of 1987 Class Total………………… $34,330.00 No. of Donors…………………………… 33 Participation…………………………… 19% Lumpkin Society Benefactors Leigh McCranie Smith (11) Reginald R. Smith (11) Lumpkin Society Partners Brian P. Cain (7)

Graduates on Giving Consecutive Year Donors “Melanie and I enjoyed the years that we spent in Athens both in undergraduate and law school. We appreciate the opportunities that our law school education continues to provide to us. Annual gifts to the law school are the least we can do in return.” Joseph M. Gannam (J.D.’84) pictured with his wife, Melanie Marks (J.D.’84) Consecutive donors for 29 years

Russell B. Davis Kermit S. Dorough, Jr. (4) Deborah Morgan Foresman (7) William C. Gentry Stephen S. Goss (3) Janet Willy Hankins (3) G. Wayne Hillis, Jr. Jay F. Hirsch (2) David C. Neumann (2) Bradley J. Patten (3) David G. Reddick Melodie Snell Conner Dan H. Willoughby, Jr. (3) Law School Friends Jennifer L.A. Boucek (9) John J. Martin, Jr. (2) T. Matthew Mashburn Wayne T. Moor (7)

Lumpkin Society Associates James B. Ellington (27) Sidney A. Gelernter (21) Steve C. Jones (8) Richard Kopelman Neal J. Quirk (4) Gregory L. Roseboro (18) Dean’s Council John M. Allan (4) Douglas G. Ashworth (2) Lori Torgerson Chesser (15) Tina Shadix Roddenbery (2) Dean W. Russell (12) Terry E. Williams

Lumpkin Society Fellows Elizabeth Brannen Chandler (15) James A. Dunlap, Jr. (2) Lumpkin Society Partners Susan L. Lanigan (9) Lumpkin Society Associates Anonymous (8) Anonymous (8) Brian R. Balow (2) James R. Borders (2) W. Thomas Cable, Jr. (2) Maureen T. Callahan (10) Greg K. Hecht (2) James M. Jordan III (12) David J. Maslia (2) Douglas A. Nail Putnam C. Smith (7)

Law School Advocates B.J. Bernstein (15) Janice C. Sharp (24) Law School Supporters Catherine McKenzie Bowman D. Campbell Bowman, Jr. Steve L. Cummings William E. Dillard III William M. Droze Suzette Haynie Greco (21) Constance Patterson-Haywood Phillip T. Riggins Paul Schwartz Law School Friends Sally Curtis AsKew Julia Rankin Baun Frank Boucek III (9) Mary Jo Bradbury Bryan (2) Nancy Ragsdale Floyd (2) Debra Egger LeVorse Sujata G. Winfield Class of 1988 Class Total………………… $36,466.85 No. of Donors…………………………… 45 Participation…………………………… 22%

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Graduates on Giving New Lumpkin Society Member “The recent retirement party for Paul Kurtz reminded me of all the other excellent professors which Georgia Law provided for the benefit of my classmates and me, such as Julian McDonnell, Ron Ellington, Perry Sentell, and also of the current crop of professorial talent, including Rebecca White, David Shipley and Bo Rutledge, whom I have come to know recently. I feel an obligation to help the law school continue to provide such excellent instruction to current and future students.” Jeffrey Y. Lewis (J.D.’82)

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Honor Roll 2012-2013 William F. Sparks David L. Turner (2) James A. Walker, Jr. (2)

Henry M. Quillian III (6) Edward L. Rouse (20) Donald C. Suessmith, Jr. (8)

Dean’s Council John D. Dalbey (5) E. Gail Gunnells (3) Stephanie Yancey Hunter (4) L. Norwood Jameson

Law School Supporters Benjamin H. Brewton Lawrence B. Domenico (13) G. Graham Holden (7) Leon S. Jones (2) Robert M. Keenan III (2) MaryDana Tregellas Leverett (9) Benjamin H. Pruett (3) Molly D. Pruett (3) Richard W. Schmidt (3) H. Jerome Strickland, Jr. G. Lee Welborn

Law School Supporters Anonymous Kizmet Smith Adams (2) Todd R. Davidson (9) Ralph H. Harrison III (2) Mark A. Inman

Law School Friends R. Michael Ethridge Judith DeMeester Nichols

Graduates on Giving New Lumpkin Society Member “I am proud to be a second generation ‘Law Dawg’ (my father, Bill Stuckey, was in the Class of 1959). My gift is my ‘thank you’ to Georgia Law for all the school has done for me and my family. Joining the Lumpkin Society is a great way to strengthen your commitment to the school—plus, the parties you get invited to by donating at that level are terrific! I encourage all my law school colleagues to join me at the Lumpkin level next year.” Stephanie Stuckey Benfield (J.D.’92)

Mary Piette Justice (3) Paul G. Justice (3) Law School Advocates Lynne Boylston Davis (2) Florence E. Harmon (2) Thomas P. Lauth III (8) Peter E.I. Leys Timothy J. McGaughey (6) Celia Patrick Quillian (6) 46

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Class of 1989 Class Total………………… $29,001.40 No. of Donors…………………………… 37 Participation…………………………… 18%

Consecutive Year Donor “Thirty years ago, I received a scholarship that allowed me to attend law school at the University of Georgia. My father had just died, and I was the first person in my family to graduate from college. Georgia Law provided me with a special opportunity to further my education. Supporting the Law School Fund with my annual gift is a small way for me to express my gratitude and to help ensure that the next generation of students can pursue their dreams.”

Lumpkin Society Fellows Audrey Boone Tillman (4) Lumpkin Society Associates Thomas C. Chubb III (5) Peter J. Daughtery (14) Elliot S. Davis Dorothy Black Franzoni (7) Al B. Hill (3) David A. LaMalva William T. Prescott Alan J. Prince (18) Lisa Smith Siegel (5) Michael A. Siegel (5) Robin V. Spivey (5) Martha Deedy Turner (2) Susan Jump Wilson (5) Dean’s Council Rodney S. Shockley (3) Law School Advocates Andrew C. Ausband Stephanie V. Chavies (4) L. Burton Finlayson (2) Elizabeth L. Guerra Nikolai Makarenko, Jr. (7) Gregory B. McMenamy, Jr. (5) Brandon A. Oren (3) Teri A. Simmons (3)

James B. Ellington (J.D.’87) Consecutive donor for 27 years

Robert F. Leverett (9) Roy E. Manoll III (2) Kirby Gould Mason (9) W. Scott Mayfield Tracey R. Rich Frank N. White (2) Law School Friends Carl W. Bowers Susan Taylor Rash (3) Gerald R. Weber, Jr. (5)

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Honor Roll 2012-2013 Class of 1990 Class Total………………… $24,326.00 No. of Donors…………………………… 44 Participation…………………………… 20% Lumpkin Society Benefactors Katherine D. Dixon (21)

Graduates on Giving New Lumpkin Society Member “The longer I have been away from Georgia Law, the more I have come to appreciate the value of the education I received. The continued rise of Georgia Law into the upper ranks of law schools nationally, and the resulting value we as graduates receive from our Georgia Law degree, is made possible in large part by the giving of alumni. As a result, this year I decided to increase my support of the law school to the Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society level. I am proud and happy to be a consistent financial supporter of the University of Georgia School of Law.” E. Michael Ingram (J.D.’76)

Lumpkin Society Associates Michael J. Hofrichter (9) Anne Templeton LaMalva Kellie Casey Monk (12) Emilie Koers Petrovich Julia Willcox Lumpkin Sando (14) Laura E. Woodson (11)

Dean’s Council Bruce D. Cohen (2) Nathaniel Haugabrook II Ethelyn N. Simpson Melanie D. Wilson (9) Law School Advocates Timothy J. Buckley III J. Michael Childers (2) K. Joy Chin Jennifer Adair Comfort Jean-Marie R. Henckaerts (2) Allison K. Luke David I. Matthews, Jr. (5) Ronald C. Melcher Jeffrey L. Payne (7) Scott C. Titshaw Peter R. York

Lumpkin Society Partners Santhia L. Curtis (10) Lumpkin Society Associates Stephen J. Caffarelli Joseph W. Dent (10) Randolph H. Houchins (4) Ellen Brown Landers (10) Stephen C. Petrovich Robert L. Shannon, Jr. (11) Lawrence A. Stagg Amy Lloyd Weisbecker (5) Paul L. Weisbecker (5)

Law School Supporters Thomas D. Calkins (21) Barbara Webb Cash (2) Sara Murphree Clay (4) Eleanor Patat Cotton M. Travis DeHaven (2) Lana Wender Golden Michael J. Hannan III (6) Larry W. Johnson Margaret M. Leveille (7) Michael E. Mashburn Robert E. Norman (23) William J. Sizemore, Jr. David L. Smith (2) Lynn Dye Smith (2) W. Craig Smith (2) Kevin A. Wangerin Lisa Godbey Wood (7) Law School Friends Kimberley Flynt Clark Lucy Kimbrough Henry W. Richard Mattox (23) Robert D. McCullers James M. Sherman Class of 1991 Class Total………………… $33,887.20 No. of Donors…………………………… 32 Participation…………………………… 13% Lumpkin Society Benefactors Michael J. Sharp (10) Lumpkin Society Fellows Laura Hauck Covington (13)

Graduates on Giving Consecutive Year Donor “I am happy to contribute to the law school in the hope that it will help in some way to give a new generation of lawyers the same experience I cherished. The law school has given me so much, personally and professionally, that I have to give back.” David A. Smith (J.D.’83) Consecutive donor for 22 years

Dean’s Council Kenneth B. Hodges III (11) Law School Advocates Jody Jenkins Corry (2) Jaimie Briggs DeLoach (3) Jonathan W. DeLoach (3) Nancy Rafuse Jennifer Moore Vaughan (3) Mei-Hui Wei (2) Lisa Cavender Wofford (15)

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Six Georgia Law graduates have served as U.S. Supreme Court judicial clerks in the last nine years. And, on average, 26 Georgia Law alumni have served as federal court judicial clerks for the last five years.

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Honor Roll 2012-2013 Law School Supporters Wm. Curtis Anderson Douglas S. Arnold (3) Jonathan E. Eady David L. Gappa (22) Neal H. Howard Ginabeth Brown Hutchison (5) A. Spencer McManes, Jr. Rebecca S. Mick Anita Jacob Ninan

Law School Friends David L. Gordon (9) Duane C. Presten III Laura E. Watts (3) Class of 1992 Class Total………………… $25,500.00 No. of Donors………………………………31 Participation…………………………… 14% Lumpkin Society Partners Arthur S. Archibald Julia Lynch Bassett (10) W. Randall Bassett (10) W. Pope Langdale III (7) Virginia P. McKenna

Faculty on Giving Faculty Donor

Lumpkin Society Associates Stephanie Stuckey Benfield (2) Kelly Russell Caffarelli Timothy Mann, Jr. Debra R. Neumann (8) Allison Elmore Thornton (11) Steven R. Thornton (11)

Scholarship Recipient Law School Fund Scholar “The generous donations to the Law School Fund have enabled me to pursue my legal education at a wonderful school. For that, I cannot thank you enough. I chose the study of law after spending six years in the workforce as a contract manager for a lumber and construction company. I believe that studying law at Georgia Law will allow me to build on the foundation I created while in the private sector and to expand my career. I selected Georgia Law due to the opportunities provided by the school, not only on campus but also the extensive alumni network and the outstanding reputation of Georgia Law and its graduates. Thank you again for enabling me to become a part of this magnificent network.” Crystal Huffman (Class of 2016)

“I have always been a strong believer in supporting institutions that have supported me, including the college and law school I attended. For more than 35 years, I have been the beneficiary of extraordinary support from the law school’s library, which is one of the crown jewels of our institution and has been essential to my research and writing. My gifts to the library are just a small way of saying ‘thank you.’”

Dean’s Council Brent J. Fields (6) Duke R. Groover Gregory G. Holland (8) Law School Advocates Amy Lee Copeland Mace Flournoy Hall (5) Warren R. Hall, Jr. (5) Law School Supporters Nicholas J. Cook (2) Andrew T. Dulaney (2) Roberta Koss (7) Benjamin A. Land (2) Steven T. Minor (4) C. Morris Mullin Gregory G. Schultz (2) Lawrence S. Spencer, Jr. (7) Robert S. Thompson (4) Richard G. Tisinger, Jr. (3) Law School Friends Daniel M. LeBey (5) Michael P. Ludwiczak (3) Mark C. Post (2) Lori M. Surmay

Walter Hellerstein Distinguished Research Professor & Shackelford Distinguished Professor in Taxation Law

Class of 1993 Class Total…………………… $13,482.38 No. of Donors…………………………… 28 Participation…………………………… 13% Lumpkin Society Fellows Terry J. Stalford Lumpkin Society Associates Matthew W. Nichols Michael M. Raeber (15) David A. Roby, Jr. (3) Dean’s Council Stephen M. Brooks Kevin A. Cranman (11) Michael M. Duclos (20)

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Honor Roll 2012-2013 A. Lucy Tomberlin (3) Tony Waller (12) Class of 1994 Class Total…………………… $10,258.33 No. of Donors………………………………31 Participation…………………………… 14%

Graduates on Giving Consecutive Year Donor “Contributing to Georgia Law should be recognized as a privilege exercised with enthusiasm rather than as an obligation. Since we have all benefited greatly from our years at Georgia Law it is fitting that we give as we can in helping the school and those who follow.” James P. Swann, Jr. (LL.B.’49) Consecutive donor for 28 years

Law School Advocates James V. Chin Richard P. Spencer II Law School Supporters Scott A. Ball (8) Brenton S. Bean Angie Schilling Burnette Sarah A. Clarkson Allison Doyle Cole Thomas L. Cole Jennifer Snow Diefenbacher (6) Richard D. Faulkner, Jr. Michael E. Hardin (3) Susan Golomb Hardin (3) Daniel P. Hoffey Kenneth P. Jones (15) David A. Kleber Tracy C. O’Connell M. Tyler Smith (3) Law School Friends Todd C. Alley T. Scott Duncan 50

Lumpkin Society Associates Derek V. Dooley (2) Bradley K. Groff (8) Kerstin Meyers Groff (8) Douglas R. Kertscher (15) Jennifer B. Tourial (8) Dean’s Council Allan G. Altera (11) Michael L. Brown Barbara Burgess Altera (11) S. Kendall Butterworth (12) Rebecca Burnaugh Segrest (2)

Lumpkin Society Associates Keith D. Bodoh (17) Cale H. Conley (6) Timothy L. Covington W. Heath Garrett (3) Phillip S. Hibbard (2) Rebecca A. Hoelting (4) M. Todd King R. Lee Mann III (18) Ryan Schneider (8) Dean’s Council Susan C. Bird (3) Elizabeth Dallas Gobeil Kevin J. Mencke (4) James K. Reed (4) Mark J. Rozman (5)

Law School Advocates Trey Tompkins (7) Michael R. Wing (3) Law School Supporters Anne M. Carter (3) Christopher L. Casey Nancie Craven Chapman Thomas S. Cullen (3) J. Griffin Foster (2) Matthew J. Gilligan (3) Abbott S. Hayes, Jr. (3) Walter W. Hays, Jr. (2) Amy G. Lapeza Robert J. Moye III (3) Amy Lou King Reynolds (9) T. Wesley Robinson (3) Jay E. Sloman (2) Harry R. Tear Law School Friends Emily Blumenthal Borna Maury Bowen Stephanie A. Glymph-Ramsey Kimberly Kilpatrick Nagy G. Alexander Panos Class of 1995 Class Total………………… $19,705.00 No. of Donors…………………………… 34 Participation…………………………… 16% Lumpkin Society Fellows Julia A. Houston (6)

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Graduates on Giving New Lumpkin Society Member “I increased my support to the Joseph Henry Lumpkin Society level this year in honor of the retirement of our friend and mentor, Associate Dean Paul Kurtz. Professor Kurtz served as the faculty advisor to the Moot Court program when we competed for a national championship in 1979, and he supported the expansion of that program which enabled more of our classmates to represent Georgia Law in competitions around the country in 1980. The subsequent success of the program has been extraordinary. Dean Kurtz will be missed but never forgotten.” J. Michael Levengood (J.D.’80)

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W. Heath Garrett (J.D.’95) & Lee Brumby Garrett (J.D.’99) (Lee is holding Brumby. In front, left to right, are Mattie and Heath.)

Law School Advocates Christopher J. Camerieri (13) Gregory S. Ellington Andrea Brucoli Jones (6) Gordon Jones II (6) Alan T. Rosselot (18) Law School Supporters Richard H. Bennett Donna Welch Edwards Geoffrey P. Engelman (9) Bonnie Keith Green David S. Herndon Sharon Hurt Reeves Mitchell C. Robins (9) Raleigh Willis Rollins, Jr.

Cathy Lee Taylor (2) Michael W. Taylor (2)

Law School Friends Austin E. Carter Michael Griffith Kathryn Blythe Mattuch Christine Carlisle Odom

Class of 1997 Class Total………………… $24,950.04 No. of Donors…………………………… 39 Participation…………………………… 17%

Class of 1996 Class Total………………… $14,045.00 No. of Donors…………………………… 34 Participation…………………………… 14%

Graduates on Giving

“We believe the law school at the University of Georgia is the best intellectual preparation for a productive life whether in law, business or politics. Our classmates, professors and alumni are our law partners, business associates and most importantly our good friends. We owe it to the next generation of Georgia Law students to make sure they have an even better opportunity to compete in the global economy of the 21st century.”

Ivo Vissenberg (2) Andrew H. Walcoff (3)

Lumpkin Society Partners David T. Wiley (5) Lumpkin Society Associates Jeanine Gibbs Garvie (7) Tracie Johnson Maurer (2) Benjie R. Tarbutton (2) Sonja R. Tate (5) Jeong-Hwa Lee Towery Dean’s Council Shannon Casey Baxter (7) Kevin D. Kirby (7)

Lumpkin Society Fellows Robert J. Soper (13) Lumpkin Society Partners Maiser M. Aboneaaj (6) Lee Ann Bambach (6) Lumpkin Society Associates Mildred A. Bennett (4) Tonnye Conner-White (5) Randolph Frails (8) Jacob A. Maurer (2) Thomas J. Mew IV (3) Trina Steele Olidge (6) Dean’s Council L. Clint Crosby, Jr. (4)

Law School Advocates William C. Buhay (7) Dorsey R. Carson, Jr. (7) C. Celeste Creswell (2) Cheri A. Grosvenor (8) Bridget Bobick James Karri Palmetier Garrett (7) Law School Supporters Neil A. Besse James D. Blitch IV Laura Kennedy Bonander Jean-Paul Boulee (14) Elizabeth Cabral Engelman (9) Donna Negus Crawford (2) John M. Lee (4) Devereaux F. McClatchey V (4) Alicia Marin Mitchell (5) Wylencia Hood Monroe (2) Tanya Doherty Reagan (3) Jason S. Rooks Shawn David Scott SaraAnn Shealy Vaughan (3) Jerald L. Watts II (3) Brad M. Wolfe Law School Friends J. Kevin Eldridge Chad D. Talbott The 2012–2013 University of Georgia School of Law Annual Report

Graduates on Giving Firm & Corporation Alumni Challenge Agent “So much of my professional success can be attributed to what I received at the law school, so it has always made sense for me to give back financially. When I looked around Aflac, there were so many others who could say the same thing. I was glad to be the ‘reminder’ for so many alums, and very proud that they rose to the challenge.” Audrey Boone Tillman (J.D.’89)

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Honor Roll 2012-2013 Bradley W. Grout (8) Megan Webb Grout (8) Heather K. Karrh (4) F. Chase Simmons (2) Law School Advocates Lee Ann Sparks Anand (8) Jessica L. Heywood (5) Michele Ritz Jones (5) A. Michael Lee, Jr. (3) Jean Woods Luciani Joseph G. Silver Brian S. Tatum R. Christina Wall (3)

Law School Supporters Charles E. Auslander III (2) F. Anthony Blakey George W. “Chip” Brown III (3) Margaret LaConte Chapura (15) Kenneth B. Crawford (2) Michael P. Dickey (6) J. Ellsworth Hall IV Jon-Selby R. Hawk Thomas L. Hayslett III (2) Lawrence T. Humphrey (3) Mary Sellers Kirby (5) W. Thomas Lacy, Jr. Robert G. Petix, Jr. (2) Amy Groves Rooks Hyen Yeng Sung Woodrow W. Vaughan III (3)

Graduates on Giving Firm & Corporation Alumni Challenge Agent “I am more than proud to have led the effort at Brennan and Wasden for the law firm challenge. Over half of the lawyers in our firm graduated from Georgia Law, and it shows in their work ethic, dedication to the practice of law and legal skill set. The excellent legal education, professional values and lasting friendships earned at Georgia Law have shaped our careers and our lives. We are grateful for the opportunity to give back to our alma mater and to help ensure the same opportunities for generations to come.”

Law School Friends Amy Smith Boyer Class of 1998 Class Total………………… $23,285.00 No. of Donors………………………………31 Participation…………………………… 14%

Scholarship Recipient Law School Fund Scholar “I am pleased to have been selected for the Law School Association Scholarship, and I so appreciate the supporters of the Law School Fund. I chose to attend Georgia Law because of the collegial atmosphere I felt when I visited the school, and my experience as a 1L made it clear that I made the right decision. As a 2L, I have been selected as an editorial board member for the Georgia Law Review, and I will be trying out for the school’s various competition teams. Your generous donation has made it possible for me to focus on these activities without the stresses of financing my whole legal education.” Sarah Richards (Class of 2015)

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Lumpkin Society Fellows C. Andrew Childers (12) Phaedra Parks Nida (8) Lumpkin Society Partners Carolyne Beaty Hilton (7) Anthony D. Lehman (12) Lumpkin Society Associates Patrick D. Conner (5) Leigh Martin May (3) Dean’s Council B. Warren Pope Alysa J. Ward (3) Stacy Berkowitz Williams (6) Law School Advocates Hope C. Allen Joshua C. Bell Josh B. Wages (5) Law School Supporters Debra D. Bernstein Wesley L. Deaton (9) Elizabeth McKinney deRosset (4) Jeanna Gregory Fennell (10) Hilary H. Fentress (3) Scott A. Hodgin (7) D. Clayton Howell (9)

Wiley A. Wasden III (J.D.’84)

Sean L. Hynes Caroline LaFleur Loftin Jennifer Vardeman Mafera (2) Kimberly L. Mays Stephen B. Moseley (4) Ranse M. Partin (2) Jody L. Spencer Matthew T. Strickland Molly K. Talley (7) Law School Friends J. Vance Burgess III (2) Alison Wansley Burgess (2) James L. Hollis (2)

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Honor Roll 2012-2013 Class of 1999 Class Total……………………… $17,011.73 No. of Donors…………………………… 49 Participation…………………………… 21%

Joshua D. Walker (2) Ryan K. Walsh (8) Daniel S. Wright (3)

Lumpkin Society Associates Lee Brumby Garrett (3) Reginald M. Jones (2) Elizabeth McClure Kelley (5) Colin A. McRae (5) Kevin G. Meeks (15) Charles E. Peeler (9) Melissa Dickey Peeler (9) T.C. Spencer Pryor (6) Dean’s Council J. Patrick Elsevier (4) R. Christopher Irwin III (9) Elizabeth Weeks Leonard (4) Law School Advocates Stephanie Friese Aron (7) Brandon M. Barron (2) Christopher M. Carr (6) W. Bradley Carver Jill Cox Kuhn Robert C. Davis III (2) Clement C. Doyle (14) Cammi Ryan Jones (2) William P. Jones (2) Bradford L. Love (2) Eugene W. Luciani Catherine J. McFarland John C. Rogers (5) Christopher H. Smith Law School Supporters Melissa D. Bolton (2) Kealin M. Culbreath Jason A. Dean (3) Karen Tyler Farr (5) Kelly Clark Holloway (2) Justin R. Howard (5) Julia Hill Jernigan (12) Keith A. Jernigan (12) Donna L. Keeton (6) Justin D. LeBlanc Shelly Townley Martin (2) Michael J. McCleary (2) Sherry V. Neal (3) Scott R. Reynders (2) Jamie T. Roberts (7) Adriane Yelton Sammons (3) Travis P. Sasser (2)

Scott A. Witzigreuter Class of 2000 Class Total…………………… $9,880.23 No. of Donors………………………………31 Participation…………………………… 13% Lumpkin Society Associates R. Lawton Jordan III (3) Shyam Reddy (6) Scott S. Williams (7)

Scholarship Recipient Law School Fund Scholar “Walking through the law school of my undergraduate institution in Seattle, I stopped to notice a wall recognizing financial contributors. Some well-known names included Bill Gates, Paul Allen, and Howard Shultz, but there were also hundreds of donors whom I have never heard of. I stopped to contemplate what personal stories each of these contributors had that compelled them to be so generous. I wish I could reach out to each of you that support the Law School Fund to personally thank you for your contribution, and I realize that a thank you can come in the form of giving back to the legal community once I graduate. Generous contributors such as you made Georgia Law what it is today and I couldn’t be happier with my decision to come here all the way from Seattle.” Christopher Kim (Class of 2016)

Law School Friends Alicia E. Coleman L. Dan Loy (9) J. Maria Waters

Dean’s Council Christina Hull Eikhoff Clifford M. Kirbo (3) Holland Cox Kirbo (3) Michael N. Loebl (5) Frank D. LoMonte (3) Julie M. Wade (5) Law School Advocates James L. “Lanny” Allgood III Leigh G. Hildebrand J. Matthew Loudermilk Patrick N. Millsaps (5) Howard J. Russell Shelley A. Senterfitt (2) Nicole Topolski Smith Lisa Durham Taylor (2) Bill C. Wainwright III (3) Law School Supporters Carl E. Beck III Kenneth C. Bruley (2) R. Bates Lovett Rebecca H. Miller (2) Patrick S. Mitchell (5) Rivka D. Monheit (5) Megan L. Pritts (8) Paul B. Smart (3) Law School Friends Matthew A. Barrett (5) Alfred L. Evans III (2) Jeffery O. Monroe Nicole Day Waller (2) Marcus W. Wisehart Class of 2001 Class Total…………………… $6,733.53 No. of Donors…………………………… 24 Participation……………………………… 11% Lumpkin Society Associates A. Franklin Beacham III (6) Jennifer Auer Jordan (3)

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Honor Roll 2012-2013 Dean’s Council Samuel C. Burch Tippi Cain Burch Ansley Bell Threlkeld (3) Paul H. Threlkeld (3)

Angela L. Luckett (2) Kevin J. McDonough Felicia Jones Nickerson (3)

Law School Advocates Charles J. Bethel (6) Kwende B. Jones Michael P. Kohler (7) Thomas L. McDaniel, Jr. Law School Supporters V. Kevin Lang (3) Charles J. Moulton (2) Elizabeth Quinn Prescott (2) Steven D. Schroeder James W. Stevens II (3) Vanessa Weeks Sykes (2) James M. Weathersby (3) Kevin P. Weimer (6) Law School Friends Carrie Long Blinzinger (6) James R. Blinzinger (6) Sean R. Mikula Joshua M. Moore (3) Carin Burford Pendergraft (3) Jason R. Samuels (9) Class of 2002 Class Total………………… $25,359.95 No. of Donors…………………………… 42 Participation…………………………… 17% Lumpkin Society Benefactors William M. Overend (9) Lumpkin Society Associates Dustin T. Brown (8) David E. Howard (10) Melissa L. Kotun (2) Gregory B. Mauldin (6) Lauren Bush Petron (2) Laura H. Wheaton (9) Dean’s Council Sandra Crowe Almy (3) Darren Gaynor Keith A. Mauriello (10) Robert C. Stanley (5) Law School Advocates Brennan W. Bolt (11) Jennifer L. Chapman (13) Andrew E. Goldner (4) Thomas H. Hawk III (8) 54

Graduates on Giving New Lumpkin Society Member “All of us have a choice where to direct our charitable dollars and the requests for support are numerous. But for me, knowing that my gift to the Law School Fund is a donation that supports law student scholarships, the law library, an outstanding law faculty, student organizations, lectures, and public service fellowships gives me great pride. The law school provided me with the foundation and support necessary to become a successful attorney, and it is my great pleasure to reciprocate by returning resources to my school.” Martin D. Chitwood (J.D.’73)

Sloane Sussman Perras Kyle G.A. Wallace (3) Shannon Glover Wallace (3) Law School Supporters Christofer B. Coakley Jason B. Cohen (2) J. Eric Getty (3) Edward T. Logan Lindsay Sexton Marks Edward A. Marshall (4) Christopher M. Rosselli (3)

James W. Scarbrough Timothy M. Silvis Jon D. Stewart, Jr. Brian R. Stimson Julie Hall Train Leigh E. Tyson (2) Benjamin J. Vinson (6) Jeffrey S. Ward (3) L. Paige Younkins (11) Law School Friends Bryan A. Dykes Rishi R. Hingoraney (3) Peter B. Murphy (3) Caroline Rogers Nichols (2) Alexander N. Sedki (2) Class of 2003 Class Total…………………… $9,595.00 No. of Donors…………………………… 34 Participation…………………………… 16% Lumpkin Society Partners Sarah M. Hoagland (2) Lumpkin Society Associates Charles M. Ferguson, Jr. (2) Allen W. Yee (12) Law School Advocates Josh Belinfante (2) Christy Durden Jordan (3) Ryan W. Koppelman Michael E. Leavey (5) Coby S. Nixon (4) Sarah E. Tollison (5) Rebecca F. Wasserman (9) Amy Neesen Woolf (4) Kevin A. Woolf (4) Law School Supporters Jason S. Alloy (7) Alex M. Barfield Kasi Whitaker Barfield Elizabeth Allgood Blalock (4) Jeffrey A. Calabrese (4) Melissa Farmer Calabrese (4) Stacey A. Carroll Michelle L. Carter Jeffrey W. DeLoach (2) Andrew C. Evans Stacey Godfrey Evans Charles E. Harris IV D. Alexander Levy Tiana Scogin Mykkeltvedt (3)

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Honor Roll 2012-2013 Law School Friends Jeffrey M. Kwastel (4) Gustavo A. Suarez (2) Kristin Chappell Waller (12) Class of 2004 Class Total…………………… $19,115.00 No. of Donors…………………………… 47 Participation…………………………… 19% Lumpkin Society Partners Kristen M. Beystehner (7)

Scholarship Recipient Law School Fund Scholar “Thank you for making a legal education possible for me. I have wanted to alleviate the despair of others and be a ‘problemsolver’ as a lawyer ever since a family law attorney helped my mother pro-bono when we couldn’t afford legal work, but couldn’t afford not to have it. Furthermore, as a Floridian, I knew Georgia Law was my goal but felt it was financially unobtainable. Scholarships helped me become a first generation college graduate— but I felt I had run out of luck and had to abandon my career goals. I do not have a family of lawyers, and no roster spot on a law firm awaits me. So I thank you not only for the financial aid that makes this possible, but for your confidence that I will be a good investment for Georgia Law. A simple ‘thank you’ doesn’t convey how grateful I am for your support; however, I assure you I will work diligently to prove you right.” Colby Keefe (Class of 2016)

Tracey Harton Poole Benson E. Pope (3) R. Matthew Reeves (9) Ansley Campbell Vinson (6) Jason E. Voyles (3)

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Lumpkin Society Associates Ginger Reece Burton (9) Caroline G. Castle (5) Kevin Gooch (9) Alan J. Hamilton Holly D. Hatfield (4) Francys Johnson (5) Jason C. Pedigo (4) Susannah Rogers Pedigo (4) M. Brandon Smith (6) Dean’s Council Alicia A. Timm (6) Law School Advocates Russell E. Blythe (5) Benjamin M. Byrd Emily Stuart Horn (9) Elizabeth Cavagnolo Johnson (5) Leslie Lane Mize (8) Stephanie L. Oginsky (3) Noah P. Peeters (9) Benjamin M. Perkins (10) Sally Haskell Perkins (10) Meredith Bunn Redwine Heidi Rine Royal (6) Law School Supporters Scott P. Amy (3) A.L. “Tripp” Bridges III (8) Jason J. Carter (8) Cory C. Davis (3) Jennifer Bisson Floyd (3) D. Austin Gillis (3) John David Hadden (2) Daniel P. Hart Thomas F. Hollingsworth III (7) Jon A. Levis (3) Stuart M. Maxey (3) Blake N. Melton Erica L. Morton (3) Robert G. Morton III (3)

Charles A. Pannell III (7) John G. Perry (4) Jeffrey L. Stern (7) David M. Stewart (10) Colin Wright (2) Vita E. Zeltser (2) Law School Friends Lindsay M. Gatling Michelle Stone Hall Dante L. Hudson (5) Martin A. Levinson A. Justin Poplin (4) Class of 2005 Class Total…………………… $9,005.00 No. of Donors…………………………… 38 Participation…………………………… 19% Lumpkin Society Associates Adam M. Conrad (9) Danielle Logan Conrad (9) Kristie Edenfield Piasta (2) Dean’s Council R. Jason Fowler (8) Erik S. Johnson (8) Rhett White (7) Law School Advocates Michael J. Breslin Laura DeMartini Eschleman (8) Robert L. Fortson (8) Tracy L. Rhodes (8) Benson Ward (4) Leah L. Weinberg C. Knox Withers (8) Scott E. Zweigel (3) Law School Supporters Ramsey Henderson Bridges (8) Jennifer Berger Brown (9) Clark R. Calhoun (3) Charles H. Crawford (4) Marisa Huttenbach Crawford (8) Bjorn Dakin Shana Gallentine Fonnesbeck John P.L. Fortuna Jeffrey A. Freeman (8) Brent S. Gilfedder (2) Craig M. Halperin (3) Amelia Godfrey Helmick (4) Deborah Bambo Lonon (2) Samuel L. Lucas (4) Jensen Mast Melton

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Honor Roll 2012-2013 Katherine Summers Scarbrough (3) James S. Trieschmann, Jr. Eadaoin M. Waller (7) Edwin A. Wilson (7) Laura Wood Young Law School Friends Juhee Jun Davis Oliver S. Drose (4) Melissa Maddox-Barnes Nicholas R. West Class of 2006 Class Total…………………… $10,711.87 No. of Donors………………………………51 Participation…………………………… 19% Lumpkin Society Associates Jason T. Burnette (3) Andrew J. Tuck (6) Dean’s Council Nicholas A. Hinson (3) Shannon Shipley Hinson (3) Paulette J. Hurteau Shane A. Lord (6) Brennan A. Posner (4) Law School Advocates Anisa I. Abdullahi (3) Anonymous Elizabeth Pierce Britton (3) Christopher A. Gaston Amelie Bredas Messingham (2) R. Davis Powell (7) Michael L. Van Cise (7) Woodrow W. Ware III (2) Matthew P. Warenzak (3) Alana E. Zorrila-Gaston Law School Supporters Wilson G. Barmeyer (7) Francis L. Barnes III (7) M.J. Blakely, Jr. (7) M. Cristina Bouton (4) Joseph A. Brown (4) Michael A. Caplan (3) D. Lee Clayton Jason L. Cohn (2) C. Caleb Connor (4) Jay W. Cook Justin A. Danner (2) Mary Rae Phelps Dudley (6) Allison Strueber Dyer (3) Cynthia Griffin Gunnemann (4)

Joshua P. Gunnemann (4) Shariyf S.A. Muhammad Hieu M. Nguyen (2) Emily A. Poe Rachel N. Saloom (5) Daniel B. Swaja (2) Allison Stephens Thompson (4) Maria M. Todorova (4) Law School Friends Amy Lovell Baker Jennifer Saffold Collins (3) Natalie G. Cox Geremy W. Gregory (2) Megan C. Haley (3) Fielding Smith Martin (2) William J. Martin (2) Jonathan E. Mills Eitan Ovadia Charlsie K. Paine (7) Edgar M. Smith Kristin M. Timm (3)

Scholarship Recipient Law School Fund Scholar “Growing up in a family of lawyers, I have always had some sense that I wanted to persue a legal career. My undergraduate studies at Washington & Lee and summer legal internships made me decide that law school was the right path for me. As a third generation Georgia Law student, I am so excited to be in Athens. I know Georgia Law will provide every opportunity I can imagine and more. Thank you for assisting my legal education through the Law School Fund. Your support means a great deal to me.”

Class of 2007 Class Total……………………… $9,145.13 No. of Donors…………………………… 46 Participation…………………………… 19% Lumpkin Society Associates Bret R. Hobson (6) Tedra C. Hobson (6) Merritt E. McAlister (6) Dean’s Council Chad V. Armstrong (3) Law School Advocates Enjolique D. Aytch Lauren D. Bellamy (6) Carey Schneeweiss Busen (6) Erin L. Hantske (2) Daniel M. Ludlam (6) Jessica C. Morris (3) Joanna Smith Nijem (4) Law School Supporters Christina Glassbrook Baugh Kimberly R. Bourroughs E. Claire Carothers (2) Lauren King Dimitri (2) Marcia Alembik Ganz (3) Patrick H. Garrard (3) Jeffrey H. Gibson (5) Kimberly Jackson Gilfedder (2) Philip R. Green (2) Ginny Garrard Ingels (4)

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C. Andrew Leyes (5) H. Scott Lowry, Jr. (2) Kristin Strunk Lowry (2) Jessica Mallanda Lund (4) Briant G. Mildenhall (6) Joshua F. Norris Cristine L. Patterson E. Allyn Rubright (5) Jimar A. Sanders Gregory G. Schlich (3) Jennifer Davis Stancil Ryan Cesare Swanson (3) Todd P. Swanson (3) Alison S. Warren (4) Rachel Harkavy Wilson (6) Rachel C. Young (4)

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Honor Roll 2012-2013 Law School Friends Anuj Desai (3) Danielle F. Dillard Kenneth B. Franklin (6) Christopher M. Gant (6) Meredith Shultz Gaunce Leanna Stromberg Granillo Lori M. Leonardo Jennifer Campbell Mock (5) Amanda L. Patterson

Class of 2008 Class Total…………………… $11,405.00 No. of Donors………………………………51 Participation…………………………… 24% Lumpkin Society Associates Wayne Charles (5) Dean’s Council Anonymous (5) James E. Butler III Brendan F. Murphy (5) Stephen S. Roach (3) Allison M. Scott (3) Law School Advocates Kevin C. Armstrong (3) Joseph I. Bolling (5) Alison A. Drane (3) Andrew L. Gorman John P. Jett (5) Michael J. Kline (4) John B. Manly (5) Megan Usher Manly (5) William T. Thistle Russell W. Wall

Scholarship Recipient Law School Fund Scholar “I would like to take this opportunity to thank the supporters of the Law School Fund for providing the funding for the scholarship which brought me to Georgia Law. Many of my friends attend other law schools, and none have found one with the academic and clinical opportunities (and more importantly, the sense of community) which I enjoy at Georgia. Additionally, I plan to take advantage of Georgia Law’s D.C. semester in practice program and I know that my education at Georgia Law will build a great foundation for my career. I cannot thank you enough for making this education a possibility for me. I will always be thankful.” Sarah Hill (Class of 2015)

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Law School Supporters Anonymous (3) Anonymous (3) Patrick N. Arndt M. Katherine Bates (5) Jennifer S. Blakely (7) Tully T. Blalock III (4) Lee B. Carter Matthew S. Chambers (5) Kevin E. Epps Alphonso A. Howell IV Kerrie S. Howze (3) Justin T. Jones (4) J. Barrett Malone (2) Matthew W. Mauldin (3) Kellee A. Padgett (4) Sarah Galle Perry (4) Ellen Harris Persons (3) Naveen Ramachandrappa (3) Carla D. Riner (3) T. Chase Samples (3) Caitlyn E. Carr (2) Matthew M. Weiss Sarah Stevens Wilson (5) Christopher D. Yarbrough (2)

Law School Friends Grant L. Arnold Farrar Johnson Barker (5) Dennis L. Boothe, Jr. (2) George A. Campbell, Jr. (2) Mary C. DeCamp (5) Kevin M. Dious (2) Lucy Pope Dodd Allison Crawford Ford (3) Lauren Clipp Giles (3) Righton Johnson (2) James T. Marr (2) Class of 2009 Class Total…………………… $11,940.00 No. of Donors………………………………61 Participation…………………………… 26% Lumpkin Society Associates Andrew J. Lavoie (3) Dean’s Council Anonymous (5) S. Trenholm Myers (4) Daniel B. Tilley (4) Jeff T. Watson (4) Law School Advocates Charles G. Biskobing (3) Jeremy M. Brook (3) Benjamin R. Carlsen (4) James S. Derrick (4) Kevin P. Erwin (4) Brian C. Lea (4) Jason D. McCoy (4) Puja R. Patel (3) Jody M. Rhodes (3) Kevin M. Sibbernsen (4) Robert L. Swartwood II (4) Melanie Colvert Walker (4) Henry F. Warnock (4) Law School Supporters Melanie K. Bettis (4) Dwayne A. Brown, Jr. Katherine Sandlin Brown J. Allen Callison (3) Anna Papa Caplan (3) Timothy R. Carlton (4) John T. DeGenova (2) Harris W. Henderson Daniel L. Huynh Erin Rush Kendall (3) W. Preston Martin (4)

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Honor Roll 2012-2013 Christopher L. McCormick Diane Renbarger Nesson Andrew M. O’Connell (4) Erin Murray O’Connell (4) J. Bradford Odom Lori Elizabeth Morris Ouzts James R. Reed (4) William D. Rhoads (4) Paul Z. Rothstein (4) Patrick L. Ryan (3) Wade A. Schueneman (2) Devin Hartness Smith Jahnisa P. Tate Robert D. Thomas (2) Sachin Varghese (4) Elizabeth Meadows Whitworth (4) Benn C. Wilson (5) Joby F. Young (3) Law School Friends Lauren A. Drayton (4) Christopher L. Foreman (4) Suzannah W. Gill (3) Richard W. Goldstucker (3) John W. Hackney (3) Raluca L. Hanea (2) Matthew R. Johnson (2) Harris G. Martin Stephen Michmerhuizen (3) Christian C. Morrison Titus T. Nichols Camelia Hines Ruffin (2) Alice E. Snedeker (4) Stefanie M. Wayco (3) Class of 2010 Class Total…………………… $8,328.50 No. of Donors…………………………… 59 Participation…………………………… 26% Dean’s Council Anna White Howard (3) Kate L. Jensen (4) Elizabeth Ann Murphy (3) Kevin P. Murphy (3) Law School Advocates John Stephen Albright (3) Jessica Cox Casey (3) Allan C. Galis (3) Molly L. Levinson (3) Margaret E. McClatchey (3) Andrea Parker Pearson

Law School Supporters Julie E. Adkins (3) Charles C. Bailey (2) Norman L. Barnett William B. Bembry (3) Matthew A. Bennett Emily R. Boness (3) A. Brooke Bowen (3) Elizabeth Broadway Brown Ann R. Carroll (3) Andrew H. Dekle (3) Timothy F. Dewberry Rachel L. Goodrich (3) Lauren Caudill Holtzclaw A. Jarrod Jenkins (3) Gary D. Knopf (3) Timothy H. Lee Ryan C. Locke (2) Robert M. Marston (3) Lauren Spotts Otto (3) Jonathan D. Parente Jamie Hollopeter Perez (3) Jolee Porter (2) Carlos J. Rodriguez James M. Rusert (3) Erica P. Shepley (3) Alice Henderson Strachan (3) Kevin E. Strachan (3) Kevin G. Sweat (3) Mary Margaret Williams (3) Joshua S. Wood (3) Stephanie K. Wood (3) Jeffrey A. Zachman

Class of 2011 Class Total………………… $20,034.37 No. of Donors…………………………… 65 Participation…………………………… 27% Lumpkin Society Partners Matthew G. Rooks (5) Victoria Epshteyn Rooks (5) Lumpkin Society Associates Rishi P. Chhatwal (2) Louis E. Harper III (3) Mary Catherine Moore Harper (3) Dean’s Council Catherine Henson Curlet (2) Katherine L. Holley (2) Amanda M. Waide

Law School Friends Patrick S. Baldwin (2) Jared F. Barnett Kelly A. Christian (3) Christopher J. Churchill (3) Emily Hart Cobb (3) Dan Davis (3) Mareasa M. Fortunato (3) Sheenum T. Gupta (3) W. Charles Hayes (2) Sara Lindsey Lonergan Daryl R. Moody (3) Lauren Peel Michael T. Rapp (3) Marcus T. Roberts (3) Elizabeth R. Story (2) Talia R. Tiffany (2) Jasna Veledar The 2012–2013 University of Georgia School of Law Annual Report

Scholarship Recipient Law School Fund Scholar “One of the reasons I selected Georgia Law was its affordability when compared to other schools of its caliber. I know that Georgia Law has prepared me for my future legal career. Thanks to the wonderful professors and career services office here, I can look forward to a federal district clerkship and then to joining an Atlanta law firm. Thank you for your contribution to the Law School Fund that supports an education that has served me so well and that will continue to serve me for years to come.” Anne Horn (Class of 2014)

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Honor Roll 2012-2013 Law School Advocates David A. Bersinger (2) Sara Frazier Giegerich Chong U. Pak (2) Carl A. Rhodes, Jr. (2) Francis M. Wakeford (2) Law School Supporters Anonymous (2) Nathan R. Amador Duff B. Ayers David S. Ballard (2) Morgan Wood Bembry (3) Blair J. Cash (2) Erik B. Chambers (2) Lori Moates Chriss (2) Andrew A. Curtright (2) Anne Wallace Dunne Rebecca A. Fackler (2) Sherwin K. Figueroa (2) Ashley A. Frazier (2) Sarah E. Hanson Meredith Corey Lee (2) T. Barrett Lee (2) John A. Little (2) Jacob G. Masters (2) Catherine M. Mattingly (2) Texys V. Morris (3) Amanda Reed Moyer Charlotte K. Murphy Lauren Corn Nations (2) Christina H. Nguyen Martina G. Palatto (2) Tracey L. Pickett (2) Marisa N. Pins Andrew A. Pinson Michael T. Rafi (2) Patrick J. Schwedler (2) Megan H. Smernoff (3) Katherine E. Soublis Chapman D. Sweat (2) John Luke Weaver Law School Friends Molly Martin Anderson Lewis M. Beard (2) James W. Cauthorn (2) J. Thomas Clarkson (2) Shawn K. Desai Erin E. Dorsey (2) Yvonne S. Godfrey (2) Lacey L. Houghton (2) Alan G. Jones (2) 60

Laniey M. Lee Alan H. Meincke (2) Greg A. Raburn (2) Bryan A. Schivera (2) Robert P. Thomas III (2) Lindsay Sprung Victor (2) Nathan P. Viebrock (2) Emily Martin Walden Acacia S. Wilson Class of 2012 Class Total………………… $32,500.00 No. of Donors…………………………… 29 Participation…………………………… 12% Lumpkin Society Benefactors Anonymous Law School Advocates Amanda Seals Bersinger Hillary L. Chinigo Benjamin R. Thomsen Law School Supporters Sara M. Andrzejewski Melissa Bailey Carolyn Griffin Carmody Isabella R. Edmundson (3) Kathryn Morgan Ensor Alexis L. Hamilton Rachel E. Hudgins Kate C. Lawson Rebekah D. McCorvey Parker C. Morgan Miguel Trujillo Law School Friends Anonymous R. Bradford Brizendine Jennifer L. Case James C. Evans Cara R. Fiore Kathryn D. Holt Sidong Hu Karim Jetha Halley Espy Kropa Hillary C. Miller J. Finley Niedrach Anne Pearlman A. Ali Sabzevari Bradley N. Wilson

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Scholarship Recipient Law School Fund Scholar “I would like to express my gratitude for your generosity that has enabled me to attend law school here at the University of Georgia. Without this scholarship I would have been unable to attend. Georgia Law was my first choice throughout the application process because of its excellent academic standing,and incredible faculty, staff, and student body. I knew that Georgia Law would be a good fit for me personally for two reasons. First, I knew it would promote the interpersonal aspect of the legal field. Secondly, Georgia Law’s promotion of environmental law helped bring me here because it relates directly with my career choice. As an avid fly-fisherman, outdoorsman and backpacker, I have an affinity for nature and conservations. Although I may not practice in that field—I am considering going into contract law—I would like to have some involvement in the field of environmental law later on, even if it is on a strictly pro bono basis. Again, thank you for helping me attend this incredible school. I am immensely grateful.” Jonathan Clark (Class of 2016)

The Class of 2016 possesses median academic credentials that make it one of the school’s best – an undergraduate GPA of 3.69, which matches a school record, and a LSAT score of 163, which represents the top 10 percent of test takers worldwide. Statistics as of 8/15/13.

Gifts from Corporations, Foundations & Organizations The following are the gifts that were received by Georgia Law from firms, foundations, corporations and organizations. The numbers in parentheses denote the years of consecutive giving to Georgia Law.

Corporations, Foundations & Organizations Lumpkin Society Benefactors Anonymous (2) Daniel P. Amos Family Foundation, Inc. (3) Community Foundation of the Chattahoochee Valley, Inc. (8) The Endover Foundation, Inc. (9) Kilpatrick Stockton & Stockton LLP Lucia Smith Wilson Estate (3) Lumpkin Society Fellows ALM Coca-Cola Company (5) Emmett & Nancy Hart Foundation, Inc. (2) Mildred Miller Fort Trustee Fund Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Foundation (2) Harold Hirsch Scholarship Fund (10) Leona S. Hudson Charitable Foundation, Inc. Knox Charity Fund, Inc. (4) The Nonami Foundation, Inc. (2) Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi, LLP (8) Lumpkin Society Partners Attorney’s Title Guaranty Fund, Inc. (24) Coca-Cola Enterprises (5) Community Foundation of South Georgia, Inc. (11) Dallas Jewish Community Foundation The W.P. Langdale Sr. Family Foundation, Inc. Charles Loridans Foundation, Inc. (33) Tull Charitable Foundation (4) The Walter G. Canipe Foundation, Inc. (5)

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Lumpkin Society Associates Brennan & Wasden, LLP James E. Butler, Jr. Legal Foundation Catholic Foundation of North GA, Inc. (4) The Central Alabama Community Foundation (6) Coach Committee to Keep Judge Cynthia Wright Committee to Re-Elect Justice Harris Hines, Inc. Freddie Mac (3) The Gender Gap Foundation (2) The Hawkins Foundation, Inc. (4) Kaplan Law School Association Council J.C. Lewis Foundation, Inc. (7) The Loudermilk Family Christian Foundation, Inc. Montlick & Associates, P.C. Morgan Stanley Annual Appeal Campaign (2) National Christian Foundation The Northrop Grumman Foundation (2) Peyton Anderson Foundation (2) Southern Company Services, Inc. State Bar of Georgia (13) SunTrust Bank Foundation (21) Sutherland (4) Texas Instruments Foundation (3) Vaughan & Evans, LLC Weinberg Wheeler Hudgins Gunn & Dial, LLC (11) Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr (4) Wilson-Epes Printing Company, Inc. (4)

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Gifts from Corporations, Foundations & Organizations Dean’s Council Anonymous (4) AXA Foundation (2) Axiall Corporation Blue Ridge Grill LP Bouhan Falligant LLP Claeys, McElroy-Magruder, PC Cobb Community Foundation (4) Committee to Elect Judge Charles Mikell Eli Lilly and Co. Foundation (2) Ellis, Painter, Ratterree & Adams LLP Energen Corporation (2) Equifax Foundation (2) Four G’s Charitable Trust (25) Gray Pannell & Woodward, LLP Hunter MacLean Exley & Dunn PC Kimberly-Clark Foundation, Inc. (3) King & Spalding, LLP (4) Oliver Maner LLP Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom (2) Thomson Reuters Troutman Sanders, LLP Weiner, Shearouse, Weitz, Greenberg & Shawe, LLP 1002 Foundation (2) Law School Advocates Covington & Burling (7) Dondero’s Kitchen (2) Garrett McNatt Hennessey & Carpenter 360 Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, Inc. (4) Lexis-Nexis (3) McKesson Foundation Inc. (3) The Jane & Randy Merrill Foundation, Inc. (2) MotivAction (2) Stewart, Melvin & Frost, LLP Verizon Foundation Wells Fargo & Company (2)

Law School Supporters Boeing Company Capital One Services, Inc. (3) Chevron Corporation (2) Committee to Keep Judge Susan Forsling Delta Air Lines Foundation (7) Ernst & Young Foundation (3) Foundry Park Inn & Spa (3) Hoffey Law Group LLC Hotel Indigo (2) Neal H. Howard & Associates, P.C. KPMG Foundation (2) Mabry & McClelland, LLP The McCormick Firm PC Milton Martin Honda Norfolk Southern Foundation (3) Red Dress Boutique Shenanigans Salon Silver Dollar Bar (2) Snell & Wilmer LLP (2) State Farm Companies Foundation (12)

Graduates on Giving New Lumpkin Society Member “Georgia Law has given so much to me. It is my turn to give back and it is my privilege to do so.” Kristie Edenfield Piasta (J.D.’05)

Law School Friends Altria Group, Inc. ARTini’s (2) The Bank of New York Mellon (2) Capitol Room (2) Clocked! Elijana Cosmetics Fitness @ Five (2) Five Bar Five Points Yoga (3) General Electric Foundation (2) The Georgia Theatre Greene Entertainment, Inc. (2) Houston County Public Defenders Longhorn Steakhouse Mirko Pasta (2) Oracle Progressive Insurance The Red Zone Sweet Pepper’s Deli Treehouse Kid and Craft Classes

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Gifts from Friends, Faculty & Staff The following are the gifts that were received by Georgia Law from friends, faculty and staff. The numbers in parentheses denote the years of consecutive giving to Georgia Law.

Friends Lumpkin Society Benefactors Anonymous (2) Carrie Moore Adamson (Deceased) Mrs. Thomas O. Marshall, Jr. (Deceased) (7) George D. Overend & Carol Overend (9) Lumpkin Society Fellows John L. Latham (2) Mary O. Marshall (4) Sharron S. Millwood (2) Martin G. Quirk (3) Rufus H. Rivers (2) Lumpkin Society Partners Jeffrey C. Baxter (2) Mrs. Jerry B. Blackstock (25) John Robert Johnson Dennis B. & Jane Canipe Rooks (5) Lumpkin Society Associates P. Michael Adkins (3) Elizabeth P. Alsobrook (11) Gary Born (1) C. Mitchell Brown (2) Sylvia P. Brown (16) Robyn Crittenden Stephen P. Cummings II David E. Dukes (2) Beverly Frew (2) James C. Gray, Jr. (2) Glenn P. Hendrix (3) P. Harris Hines 64

Terrell Quillian Marshall Charles H. Mercer Jr. Edward H. Meyers (3) N. Marshall Meyers David R. Montlick Stephen G. Morrison (2) Richard B. North, Jr. (2) Mrs. L. Ray Patterson (14) Clarence H. Smith (2) Elizabeth Haverty Smith (17) Sara S. Turnipseed (2) Brian A. White (4) Dean’s Council Anonymous (3) Cathy L. Callaway George B. Cauthen (2) Mr. & Mrs. Carlile M. Chambers (2) Mr. & Mrs. Kevin D. Cleveland Susan E. DeRose Gus M. Dixon (2) Allen B. Green (4) Janet Gardner Kemp (12) Lula Pittman Post (2) Marianne Freeman (8) Ann Van Remmen Charles D. Vaughn (2) Bradley E. Wahl (2) Law School Advocates Anonymous (3) Natalie M. Brunson Mr. & Mrs. Charles Cohn (4)

Mr. and Mrs. Elihue Curtis Christy Funchess Sue Erwin Harper Sophie C. Howell Mr. & Mrs. John R. Johnson Patrick G. Jones Jason E.C. Lawson (5) Jeff Mapen Charles R. Pickering Gwen Wood & Barry Wood (23) Law School Supporters Anonymous (4) Mr. & Mrs. Dale E. Akins Christopher J. Blake Mr. & Mrs. William R. Bracewell Jared Bybee Mr. & Mrs. A. S. Clay Paul J. Heald W. Scott Creasman (3) Karen L. Domenico (4) William H. Duckworth, Jr. Joan Todd Duncan Henry D. Fellows, Jr. Thomas L. Fitzgerald Mr. & Mrs. J. Troy Green Richard E. Harris Kyle Henningsen Joey Homans Dr. and Mrs. William O. Hunnicutt III (3) Jennnifer McDonald Kilcrease Elisa S. Kodish Carol A. Leyes (7)

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Gifts from Friends, Faculty & Staff Jennifer D. Malinovsky S. Wade Malone Aimee R. Maxwell Michael S. & Leslie A. Smernoff Barbara Bode Snyder James A. Sommerville (6) Robert W. Spears & Jane Q. Spears John W. Springer Patricia M. Stowers David G. Traylor, Jr. Valerie M. Verduce & Ivo Vissenberg Ann Meyers Williams Rhonda A. Williams Scot A. Williams Mr. & Mrs. Harry F. Yarbrough (4) Law School Friends Irvin L. Alhadeff (3) Carson Bacon June McCoy Ball Sarah Barbour Robert P. Bartlett III & Victoria C. Plaut Jennifer Breidenich Farris W. Cadle Joshua DeBold (4) Christine B. Devereaux Darlene Hunnicutt Mr. & Mrs. James T. Hunnicutt (3) David S. Koonin Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Manly (4) Mr. & Mrs. Roger W. Moister, Jr. (14) Mr. and Mrs. S. Richard Pipitone Amanda J. Rich

Faculty & Staff Diane Marie Amann (2) Anonymous (3) Peter A. Appel (3) Douglas G. Ashworth (3) Mehrsa Baradaran Kent H. Barnett J. Ralph Beaird (33) J. Randolph Beck Rosemary E. Bowen (3) Ramsey Henderson Bridges (8) Lonnie T. Brown, Jr. (7) Elizabeth Chamblee Burch Thomas V. Burch Ronald L. Carlson (16) JoEllen Childers Dan T. Coenen (8) Alan A. Cook (5) Julian A. Cook III Phyllis R. Cooke (14) Andrea L. Dennis (2) Jaime L. Dodge Julia Bolling Douglas Thomas A. Eaton (17) C. Ronald Ellington (13) Russell C. Gabriel (6) A. Suzanne Griffeth Tricia Jonas Hackleman Matthew I. Hall (3) Stephen J. Harper Erica Hashimoto Walter Hellerstein (3) Jessica L. Heywood (5) Lawrence F. Jones (18) Fazal R. Khan (2) Paul M. Kurtz (33) Eleanor Crosby Lanier (4) Elizabeth Weeks Leonard (4) Hillel Y. Levin Kristin Strunk Lowry (2) Lisa C. Mathis (11) Julian B. McDonnell (2) Kellie Casey Monk (12) Carol Ellis Morgan (8)

Anne S. Moser (10) Heidi M. Murphy (12) Trina Steele Olidge (6) Pennie Peck Lara Pulliam (2) Cynthia H. Rice Lori A. Ringhand Usha R. Rodrigues Gregory L. Roseboro (18) Peter B. “Bo” Rutledge (5) Alexander W. Scherr (16) Elizabeth L. Shackleford (10) David E. Shipley (16) Gregory C. Sowell (14) Edward D. Spurgeon (4) Gloria B. Strait (5) Christian Turner Camilla E. Watson Michael L. Wells (3) Sonja R. West (6) Daniel U. White (11) Rebecca H. White (11)

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Gifts from Estates & Other Special Gifts

Estate Gifts The University of Georgia School of Law would like to acknowledge the following estate gifts received between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2013.

* Carrie Moore Adamson (deceased) in support of the Hirsch Hall Fund

* Estate of Gilbert A. Banks, Jr. in support of the Law School Fund

* Gordon W. Chambers (deceased) to establish the Gordon W. Chambers & Sylvanus Morris Memorial Scholarship and the Gordon W. Chambers ’23 Scholarship Funds

* Hamilton Lokey, Sr. (deceased) to support the Law School Fund

* The Estate of Mr. & Mrs. Frank G. Lumpkin, Jr. to support the Edith M. & Frank G. Lumpkin, Jr. Scholarship Fund

* Lucia Smith Wilson Estate in support of the Marion Smith Law School Scholarship

Planned Gifts We are grateful to our alumni and friends who have chosen to participate in Georgia Law’s future success through their planned gifts. The stream of future support provided by planned gifts helps assure that Georgia Law will maintain its strength for generations to come. Irrevocable Planned Gifts Life Insurance Life insurance policies naming the UGA Foundation or Arch Foundation as the owner and beneficiary are considered irrevocable planned gifts. Anonymous Robert W. Chasteen, Jr. J. Vincent Cook, Jr. John S. Dalis David H. Dickey B. Lane Fitzpatrick William C. Head Paul V. Kilpatrick, Jr. Virginia Page McKenna

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Life Income Gift Programs: Charitable Gift Annuities A gift annuity is a simple contract with the donor and the University of Georgia Foundation or the Arch Foundation to pay you and/or your designated beneficiary a fixed income for life. At the end of the contract term, the remainder will be distributed to the law school to be used for the purpose you designate.

Edith Teasley Baxter (deceased) Kenneth M. Henson Ronald S. Cooper Fred H. Walker

John T. Newton, Jr.

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Gifts from Estates & Other Special Gifts Pooled Income Gifts Pooled income gifts operate similarly to mutual funds, as your contribution is combined with those of other donors and income is paid to you or your designated beneficiary in proportion to your share.

Jesse G. Bowles, Jr. (deceased)

Revocable Planned Gifts Bequests An easy and low cost way to make a planned gift to Georgia Law is to include it in your will or revocable trust. Bequests can donate a specific asset or a percent of the residue and reminder of one’s estate. Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Peter L. Banks Marcus B. Calhoun, Jr. Phyllis R. Cooke James L. Ford Janice Haynes Gilmore J. Wayne Hadden Gerald F. Handley Walter Hellerstein Eric M. Holmes A. Felton Jenkins, Jr. (deceased) Howard W. Jones (deceased) Kirk McAlpin John S. Noell, Jr. Timothy A. Peterson David M. Reed Michael W. Rushing (deceased) Carl E. Sanders William J. Self II Judson H. Simmons (deceased) Michael L. Van Cise S. Ernest Vandiver, Jr. (deceased) C. Wilbur Warner, Jr. John T. Wasdin Allen W. Yee

Living Trusts A living trust or testamentary trust is a trust created during a person’s lifetime to provide named beneficiaries with income over time with the funds remaining in the trust directed to another beneficiary. These trusts can be modified or the designation may be rescinded anytime during one’s lifetime.

Dale M. Schwartz Nancy Marcuz Wech

Retirement Plan Assets Through your individual retirement accounts (IRAs), 401(k) plan, Keogh plan or other qualified retirement savings plans, one may name the law school as the recipient of any assets remaining in your plan, thus reducing applicable income and estate taxes.

Verner F. Chaffin Dow N. Kirkpatrick II

Georgia Law is the second oldest school at the University of Georgia, the first state-chartered university in America.

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Memorial & Honorary Gifts The following gifts were made in memory and in honor of loved ones, family members, friends, classmates, faculty members, etc. In Honor of Julie E. Adkins (J.D.’10) P. Michael Adkins In Honor of Kathelen Van Blarcum Amos (J.D.’82) Daniel P. Amos In Memory of W. Seaborn Ashley (J.D.’73) Richard W. Schmidt In Memory of Tara L. Baker (J.D.’03) Carin Burford Pendergraft In Memory of Milner S. Ball (J.D.’71) Shana Gallentine Fonnesbeck Usha R. Rodrigues In Memory of Jeanne Ralls Beaird Claude-Leonard Davis In Honor of Susan S. Bell and David B. Bell, Sr. (J.D.’77) Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Manly In Memory of Dr. & Mrs. Arnold Bernstein Debra D. Bernstein In Honor of Jill Coveny Birch Phyllis R. Cooke In Memory of Jerry B. Blackstock (J.D.’69) W. Scott Creasman J.D. Smith In Memory of Larry E. Blount Felicia Jones Nickerson In Honor of Lonnie T. Brown, Jr. Christopher M. Gant In Memory of Scott M. Brown (J.D.’89) Al B. Hill In Memory of Maureen T. Buletti (J.D.’06) Elizabeth Pierce Britton In Honor of Ronald L. Carlson Celia Patrick Quillian Henry M. Quillian III In Memory of Aaron Cohn (LL.B.’38) Ronald E. Ginsberg In Honor of Santhia L. Curtis (J.D.’91) Carolyne Beaty Hilton Titus T. Nichols 68

Trina Steele Olidge Rufus H. Rivers In Honor of Ramesh Desai Anuj Desai In Memory of Melvin Dovith M. Katherine Bates In Memory of Anne Proffitt Dupre (J.D.’88) Sandra Crowe Almy Peter A. Appel Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Kevin C. Armstrong Charles E. Auslander III Enjolique D. Aytch Brian R. Balow Dennis L. Boothe, Jr. W. Thomas Cable, Jr. Rishi P. Chhatwal John D. Dalbey Lynne Boylston Davis James A. Dunlap, Jr. Christina Hull Eikhoff Cara R. Fiore Shana Gallentine Fonnesbeck Kevin A. Gooch Geremy W. Gregory E. Gail Gunnells Paul J. Heald Eleanor Dunlap Henderson James L. Henderson III Emily Stuart Horn D. Clayton Howell Lawrence T. Humphrey Leon S. Jones Steve C. Jones James M. Jordan III Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Kilcrease

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Memorial & Honorary Gifts Michael P. Kohler Thomas P. Lauth III Kate C. Lawson Justin D. LeBlanc David J. Maslia Timothy J. McGaughey Amelie Bredas Messingham Hillary C. Miller Rebecca H. Miller Jessica C. Morris Charles J. Moulton Douglas A. Nail G. Alexander Panos Anne Pearlman Andrea Parker Pearson Lauren Bush Petron Shyam Reddy Carla D. Riner Usha R. Rodrigues Joseph G. Silver William F. Sparks Lisa Durham Taylor Andrew J. Tuck Michael L. Van Cise James A. Walker, Jr. Alysa J. Ward Woodrow W. Ware III In Honor of C. Ronald Ellington Emily Hart Cobb William B. Cody In Memory of Mark S. Etheridge (J.D.’99) Brandon M. Barron Christopher M. Carr Mr. & Mrs. Philip F. Etheridge Justin R. Howard Michael J. McCleary Colin A. McRae Shelley A. Senterfitt Ryan K. Walsh Earl T. Leonard, Jr. In Memory of B.C. Gardner, Jr. (J.D.’48) Janet Gardner Kemp

In Memory of J. William Gibson W. Allen Evans & Gale Gibson Evans In Memory of Cecil Granville Gouke Michael G. Griffith In Memory of S. Eugene Haley J. William Haley In Memory of Hazel Hendrix Kevin A. Gooch In Honor of Susan Cramer Herring (J.D.’83) & Wade W. Herring II (J.D.’83) Carson Bacon In Memory of J. Alton Hosch Prof. Fletcher Nathanial Baldwin, Jr. In Honor of Charles A. Hunnicutt (J.D.’75) Darlene Hunnicutt Dr. & Mrs. William O. Hunnicutt III Mr. & Mrs. James T. Hunnicutt In Memory of A. Felton Jenkins, Jr. (LL.B.’65) Robert E. Sherrell In Honor of Giles W. Kennedy Michelle Wilder Dodds In Honor of Paul M. Kurtz Allan G. Altera & Barbara Burgess Altera Art Archibald & Virginia McKenna Allie Edwards Armistead Andrew C. Ausband Judy Farrington Aust H. Michael Bagley & Bridget Bagley Eleanor Banister William D. Barwick & Donna Gude Barwick Sandra Mayer Baumwald David B. Bell Stephanie Stuckey Benfield B.J. Bernstein William H. Boling, Jr. Patricia Warren Booker Alexander H. Booth James R. Borders

Emily Blumenthal Borna Maury Bowen D. Campbell Bowman, Jr. & Catherine McKenzie Bowman Mr. & Mrs. William R. Bracewell D. Albert Brannen, Jr. Barry W. Burt James. E. Butler, Jr. S. Kendall Butterworth Clark E. Candler & Teresa Atkinson Candler Valerie Caproni Larry H. Chesin Julie Childs James V. Chin K. Joy Chin John P. Claeys John L. Coalson, Jr. Melodie Snell Conner Elizabeth Raines Cook Phyllis R. Cooke Jody Jenkins Corry Laura Hauck Covington Betsy C. Cox Kevin A. Cranman Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth R. Croy Wade M. Crumbley William V. Custer IV & Cheryl F. Custer Dorinda Gilmore Dallmeyer J. David Dantzler, Jr. Peter J. Daughtery Richard H. Deane, Jr. N. Karen Deming Richard A. Diment & Dana Garrett Diment Katherine D. Dixon Bertis E. Downs IV Gregory S. Ellington James B. Ellington Joycelyn L. Fleming H. Quigg Fletcher III & Jennifer Wheatley Fletcher

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Memorial & Honorary Gifts Mark W. Forsling & Susan Barker Forsling Stephen E. Franzén & Therese Glisson Franzén Terry S. Freedman Joseph M. Gannam Amy S. Gellins Wendy Glasbrenner Victor E. Goetz & Barbara Miller Goetz Stephen S. Goss Donald F. Samuel Robert Hancock William D. Harvard Mr. & Mrs. Bruce S. Harvey Wade W. Herring II & Susan Cramer Herring Julia A. Houston S. Lark Ingram Weyman T. Johnson, Jr. LeeAnn Jones Paul G. Justice & Mary Piette Justice Theodore W. Kassinger Cada T. Kilgore III Edward B. Krugman Ellen Brown Landers J. Michael Levengood Jeffrey Y. Lewis Edward H. Lindsey, Jr. Joey M. Loudermilk C. Bradford Marsh Samuel M. Matchett Christopher J. McFadden C. Wade McGuffey, Jr. & Virginia M. McGuffey J. Thomas Morgan III & Carol Ellis Morgan Anne S. Moser Mary Helen Moses Daniel S. Wright & Sherry V. Neal George R. Neuhauser C. Randall Nuckolls Lara Pulliam

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Thomas H. Rogers, Jr. Alan P. Shor Roy M. Sobelson Gregory C. Sowell John P. Spalding Grant T. Stein & Janet McGrew Stein Sharon Douglas Stokes Richard W. Story Michael E. Sumner & Leah Fallin Sumner Lori M. Surmay Charles B. Tanksley & Kathryn J. Tanksley Daniel B. Tilley Scott C. Titshaw Glen M. Vey & Shelley Rucker Vey Rebecca H. White & Daniel U. White Allen S. Willingham Laura E. Woodson In Honor of Hillel Y. Levin Thomson Reuters In Honor of C. Andrew Leyes (J.D.’07) Carol A. Leyes In Memory of James R. Marietta (J.D.’77) Thomas L. Bower III In Memory of Kenneth L. Millwood (J.D.’75) Lee Ann Sparks Anand Jeffrey C. Baxter & Gaylen Kemp Baxter Christopher J. Blake Paul W. Bonapfel Stephen M. Brooks C. Mitchell Brown Kenneth C. Bruley Natalie M. Brunson George B. Cauthen Mr. & Mrs. Carlile M. Chambers Stanley S. Jones, Jr. Bruce D. Cohen Susan E. DeRose

Gus M. Dixon David E. Dukes Joan Todd Duncan Henry D. Fellows, Jr. Allison Crawford Ford Beverly Frew Paul Fryer James C. Gray, Jr. Sue Erwin Harper Patrick G. Jones Elisa S. Kodish John L. Latham Arthur H. Leed Jennifer D. Malinovsky S. Wade Malone Jeff Mapen Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. Mercer, Jr. Sharron S. Millwood David R. Montlick Stephen G. Morrison Richard B. North, Jr. Charles R. Pickering John C. Pridgen Jack N. Sibley Robert W. Spears & Jane Q. Spears John W. Springer Patricia M. Stowers Edward D. Tolley Jeong-Hwa Lee Towery David G. Traylor, Jr. Frank Troutman, Jr. Sara S. Turnipseed Keith W. Vaughan Charles D. Vaughn Valerie M. Verduce & Ivo Vissenberg Bradley E. Wahl Rhys T. Wilson Joel O. Wooten In Honor of Elaine K. Mitchell Phyllis R. Cooke

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Memorial & Honorary Gifts In Honor of Kellie Casey Monk (J.D.’90) Mr. & Mrs. Dale E. Akins George A. Campbell, Jr. Michael A. Caplan Richard Kopelman In Memory of Richard A. Nagareda Dorsey R. Carson Christina Hull Eikhoff In Honor of William T. Neumann Debra R. Neumann In Memory of Wilbur D. Owens, Jr. (J.D.’52) Timothy J. Buckley III In Memory of L. Ray Patterson Mrs. L. Ray Patterson In Memory of Barry Phillips (LL.B.’54) Cathy L. Callaway Kilpatrick Stockton & Stockton LLP Edmund M. Kneisel R. Lee Mann III H. Arthur McLane Dean W. Russell Daniel B. Swaja In Memory of Mrs. John K. Quillian Cathy Harris Helms & Jeff Helms In Memory of John B. Rees Sally Curtis AsKew June McCoy Ball Brian D. Bodker Herman S. Caldwell, Jr. Joellen Childers Nickolas P. Chilivis Thomas C. Chubb III Christine B. Devereaux Michael M. Duclos Richard E. Harris Paul M. & Carol P. Kurtz Robert Lawrence IV Thomas L. Martin Julian B. & Paula McDonnell William L. O’Callaghan, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Salvadore R. Pipitone

David H. Tisinger Joe D. Whitley Ann Meyers Williams Rhonda A. Williams In Memory of Audrey Hooper Ganus Richards Sandra Ganus Moses In Honor of Peter “Bo” Rutledge Timothy H. Lee In Memory of Milton Schlesinger Jeremy M. Brook In Honor of R. Perry Sentell (LL.B.’58) Mark W. Sanders Larry Walker In Memory of Judson H. Simmons (J.D.’72) John T. Glover

In Memory of Sidney O. Smith (LL.B.’49) Elizabeth Haverty Smith In Memory of Erwin C. Surrency (J.D.’48) J. Ralph Beaird Ronald L. Carlson V. Nathaniel Hansford Houston County Public Defenders In Memory of Watson L. White (LL.B.’50) George W. Darden III In Memory of Gabriel M. Wilner Dorsey R. Carson, Jr. Jean-Marie R. Henckaerts Charles A. Hunnicutt

Counted among the oldest law schools in the country, Georgia Law is consistently regarded as one of the nation’s top law schools.

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Firm & Corporation Alumni Challenge The School of Law is pleased to report on our Fourth Annual Firm & Corporation Alumni Challenge. During the 2012-2013 fiscal year, we had 96 law firms participate in the contest that consisted of a total of 1,145 alumni. Of these 1,145 graduates, there was a 54% participation rate as compared to an overall Georgia Law 25% alumni participation rate. Fifteen firms reached 100% participation! FY2012 – 2013 Trophy Holders Hulsey, Oliver & Mahar, LLP – 12 alumni – Julius M. Hulsey (J.D.’63) Brennan & Wasden, LLP – 6 alumni – Wiley A. Wasden (J.D.’84)

Firms with 5 or more Georgia Law alumni are eligible to participate in the challenge, which seeks to achieve 100% participation in giving from graduates in the firm. The law school and its development staff support the efforts of volunteers to secure annual contributions from their colleagues. The Firm and Corporation Alumni Challenge participants are grouped according to the number of Georgia Law alumni lawyers. The annual competition is for firm-wide participation, with Georgia Law alumni making a personal gift to the law school during the university’s fiscal year, July 1 – June 30. Firms are divided into two groups. Firm and Corporation Alumni Challenge Categories: Category A – Organizations with more than 10 Georgia Law graduates Category B – Organizations with 5 – 10 Georgia Law graduates Challenge participants benefit by enhancing their visibility among our outstanding students, who are among our nation’s best and brightest. Firms and corporations that achieve 100% participation receive special recognition, including: • Public recognition in the school’s Annual Report and on the school’s website. • First firm or corporation reaching 100% during the fiscal year will hold and display the school’s Challenge Cup – an engraved silver-plated trophy – until the next fiscal year. • Each year, the school will engrave the year and winning firm or corporation name on the base of the Challenge Cup. All challenge participants benefit from a stronger and more highly ranked law school. Private support from alumni and friends is essential to the law school’s ability to recruit top teachers and scholars, to offer a rich curriculum, to keep talented Georgia-resident students in our state and to attract talented students from other states. In short, the leadership of our alumni challenge volunteers provides the foundation for Georgia Law’s continued excellence. Georgia Law alumni with the firms and corporations listed on the following pages are recognized for spearheading their organization’s participation in the Firm & Corporation Alumni Challenge for fiscal year 2012–2013. 72

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Firm & Corporation Alumni Challenge Category A Firm

Alumni

Participation

Representative/Co-Representative

Fortson, Bentley & Griffin, PA………………………………… 15………………… 100%……………… Jeffrey W. DeLoach (J.D.’03) Hulsey, Oliver & Mahar, LLP*……………………………… 12…………………100%…………… Julius M. Hulsey (J.D.’63) Oliver Maner LLP……………………………………………………… 12…………………… 83%……………… Benjamin M. Perkins (J.D.’04) Blasingame Burch Garrard & Ashley, PC……………… 15…………………… 80%……………… Lee Atkinson (J.D.’01) A.L. “Tripp” Bridges III (J.D.’04) McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP…………………………… 24…………………… 67%……………… Kristen M. Beystehner (J.D.’04) George W. Darden III (J.D.’67) Alston & Bird, LLP………………………………………………… 56…………………… 66%……………… Spence Pryor (J.D.’99) J. Kennard Neal (J.D.’84) Jones Day………………………………………………………………… 17…………………… 65%……………… E. Kendrick Smith (J.D.’81) King & Spalding……………………………………………………… 65…………………… 65%……………… Richard L. Shackelford (J.D.’78) Gregory, Doyle, Calhoun & Rogers, LLC……………… 11…………………… 64%……………… Robert L. Swartwood (J.D.’09) Sutherland Asbill & Brennan, LLP…………………………25…………………… 64%……………… Herbert J. Short (J.D.’85) Hawkins Parnell Thackston & Young, LLP…………… 16…………………… 63%……………… T. Ryan Mock, Jr. (J.D.’82) Bouhan Falligant, LLP……………………………………………… 15…………………… 60%……………… Susannah Rogers Pedigo (J.D.’04) Drew Eckl & Farnham, LLP…………………………………… 14…………………… 57%……………… H. Michael Bagley (J.D.’80) Swift, Currie, McGhee & Hiers, LLP…………………… 20…………………… 55%……………… Douglas A. Bennett (J.D.’80) Arnall Golden Gregory, LLP………………………………… 26…………………… 54%……………… Michael L. Van Cise (J.D.’06) Taylor English Duma, LLP……………………………………… 17…………………… 53%……………… Al B. Hill (J.D.’89) Weinberg Wheeler Hudgins Gunn & Dial, LLC…… 17…………………… 53%……………… William C. Buhay (J.D.’96) HunterMaclean……………………………………………………… 26…………………… 50%……………… Allan C. Galis (J.D.’10) Bryan Cave LLP………………………………………………………… 14…………………… 50%……………… Lee Ann Jones (J.D.’86) Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP…………… 17…………………… 47%……………… Lee Ann S. Anand (J.D.’97) Carlock, Copeland & Stair, LLP……………………………… 13…………………… 46%……………… Michele Ritz Jones (J.D.’97) Troutman Sanders LLP………………………………………… 40…………………… 43%……………… William N. Withrow (J.D.’78) Miller & Martin PLLC…………………………………………………22…………………… 41%……………… Michael P. Kohler (J.D.’01) Burr & Forman LLP………………………………………………… 13…………………… 38%……………… Kwende B. Jones (J.D.’01) Goodman McGuffey Lindsey & Johnson, LLP…… 11…………………… 36%……………… C. Wade McGuffey, Jr. (J.D.’73) Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP…………………………… 11…………………… 36%……………… Robert B. Wedge (J.D.’72) J. Robert Persons III (J.D.’72) Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP…………………… 31…………………… 35%……………… R. Lee Mann (J.D.’95) Parker, Hudson, Rainer & Dobbs LLP…………………… 15…………………… 33%……………… Jennifer Moore Vaughan (J.D.’91) Hall Booth Smith, PC……………………………………………… 19…………………… 32%……………… Alexander H. Booth (J.D.’81) McKesson Corporation…………………………………………… 13…………………… 31%……………… Colin S. Wright (J.D.’04) Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC……… 13…………………… 31%……………… L. Clinton Crosby, Jr. (J.D.’97) McGuireWoods LLP………………………………………………… 11…………………… 27%……………… Robert L. Fortson (J.D.’05) Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP…………… 24…………………… 25%……………… John G. Perry (J.D.’04) Andersen, Tate & Carr, PC……………………………………… 16…………………… 25%……………… Eadaoin M. Waller (J.D.’05) Seyfarth Shaw LLP…………………………………………………… 13…………………… 23%……………… Kevin A. Woolf (J.D.’03) Smith, Gambrell & Russell, LLP……………………………… 19…………………… 21%……………… Alison A. Drane (J.D.’08) Bovis, Kyle, Burch & Medlin, LLC…………………………… 11…………………… 18%……………… C. Sammy Thomas (J.D.’75) * 2012–2013 Trophy Holder

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Firm & Corporation Alumni Challenge Category B Firm

Alumni

Participation

Representative

Brinson, Askew, Berry, Seigler, Richardson & Davis, LLP… 10………………… 100%……………… J. Anderson Davis (J.D.’84) Bondurant Mixson & Elmore…………………………………… 9………………… 100%……………… Edward B. Krugman (J.D.’79) Cook Noell Tolley & Bates LLP……………………………… 9………………… 100%……………… John S. Noell, Jr. (J.D.’65) AFLAC………………………………………………………………………… 7………………… 100%……………… Audrey Boone Tillman (J.D.’89) Butler, Wooten & Fryhofer, LLP…………………………… 7………………… 100%……………… Leigh Martin May (J.D.’98) Mabry & McClelland, LLP………………………………………… 7………………… 100%……………… Walter B. McClelland (J.D.’71) Tisinger Vance…………………………………………………………… 7………………… 100%……………… Steven T. Minor (J.D.’92) Brennan & Wasden, LLP*…………………………………… 6…………………100%…………… Wiley A. Wasden (J.D.’84) Downey & Cleveland, LLP……………………………………… 6………………… 100%……………… Russell B. Davis (J.D.’86) Smith, Gilliam, Williams, & Miles…………………………… 6………………… 100%……………… Steven P. Gilliam (J.D.’74) Caldwell & Watson, LLP………………………………………… 5………………… 100%……………… Bridget Bobick James (J.D.’96) Dow Lohnes PLLC…………………………………………………… 5………………… 100%……………… Richard A. Wilhelm (J.D.’82) Nall & Miller, LLP……………………………………………………… 5………………… 100%……………… Laura DeMartini Eschleman (J.D.’05) Evert Weathersby Houff………………………………………… 7…………………… 86%……………… William D. Harvard (J.D.’81) Ford & Harrison LLP………………………………………………… 9…………………… 78%……………… Patricia G. Griffith (J.D.’82) Hatcher, Stubbs, Land, Hollis & Rothschild, LLP… 8…………………… 75%……………… Gregory S. Ellington (J.D.’95) Constangy, Brooks & Smith, LLP…………………………… 7…………………… 71%……………… Katherine Summers Scarbrough (J.D.’05) SunTrust Banks………………………………………………………… 7…………………… 71%……………… Susan R. Boltacz (J.D.’80) Balch & Bingham LLP……………………………………………… 10…………………… 70%……………… Michael J. Bowers (J.D.’74) DLA Piper………………………………………………………………… 6…………………… 67%……………… Anthony D. Lehman (J.D.’98) Pope, McGlamry, Kilpatrick, Morrison & Norwood, PC……… 6…………………… 67%……………… MJ Blakely (J.D.’06) Tucker Long……………………………………………………………… 6…………………… 67%……………… Thomas W. Tucker (J.D.’74) Weiner, Shearouse, Weitz, Greenberg & Shawe, LLP……… 6…………………… 67%……………… Stephen F. Greenberg (J.D.’75) Littler Mendelson, PC……………………………………………… 8…………………… 63%……………… Marcia A. Ganz (J.D.’07) Paul Hastings LLP…………………………………………………… 10…………………… 60%……………… Weyman T. Johnson, Jr. (J.D.’79) Jones, Cork & Miller LLP………………………………………… 10…………………… 60%……………… H. Jerome Strickland (J.D.’88) Bodker, Ramsey, Andrews, Winograd & Wildstein, PC……… 5…………………… 60%……………… Jacob A. Maurer (J.D.’97) Kutak Rock LLP………………………………………………………… 5…………………… 60%……………… Gregory R. Crochet (J.D.’83) Duane Morris LLP…………………………………………………… 7…………………… 57%……………… William D. Barwick (J.D.’74) Franklin Taulbee Rushing Snipes Marsh, LLC……… 7…………………… 57%……………… Daniel B. Snipes (J.D.’95) McLain & Merritt, PC………………………………………………… 7…………………… 57%……………… Julie Childs (J.D.’78) Stewart Melvin & Frost…………………………………………… 7…………………… 57%……………… Scott A. Ball (J.D.’93) Ellis, Painter, Ratterree & Adams LLP…………………… 9…………………… 56%……………… Jason C. Pedigo (J.D.’04) Jackson Lewis LLP…………………………………………………… 9…………………… 56%……………… David T. Wiley (J.D.’96) Page, Scrantom, Sprouse, Tucker & Ford, PC……… 9…………………… 56%……………… Marcus B. Calhoun (J.D.’72) McKesson Corporation…………………………………………… 8…………………… 50%……………… Tracey Pickett (J.D.’11) Barnes Law Group…………………………………………………… 6…………………… 50%……………… Roy E. Barnes (J.D.’72) Chick-fil-A, Inc.………………………………………………………… 6…………………… 50%……………… Lynn Hutchins Chastain (J.D.’84) Coleman Talley LLP………………………………………………… 6…………………… 50%……………… Wade H. Coleman (J.D.’65) Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP…… 6…………………… 50%……………… Robert C. Stanley (J.D.’02) Maynard, Cooper & Gale, PC………………………………… 6…………………… 50%……………… W. Preston Martin (J.D.’09) Rogers & Hardin LLP……………………………………………… 9…………………… 44%……………… Jody L. Spencer (J.D.’98)

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Firm & Corporation Alumni Challenge Category B (Continued) Firm

Alumni

Participation

Representative

Harben, Hartley & Hawkins, LLP…………………………… 7…………………… 43%……………… Phillip L. Hartley (J.D.’79) McCurdy & Candler, LLC………………………………………… 10…………………… 40%……………… Clark E. Candler (J.D.’81) Hunton & Williams LLP…………………………………………… 5…………………… 40%……………… Bradley W. Grout (J.D.’97) Watson Spence LLP………………………………………………… 5…………………… 40%……………… Joseph W. Dent (J.D.’91) Synovus Financial Corporation……………………………… 8…………………… 38%……………… Michael E. Hardin (J.D.’93) Fulcher Hagler LLP………………………………………………… 9…………………… 33%……………… Sonja R. Tate (J.D.’96) Morris Hardwick Schneider…………………………………… 6…………………… 33%……………… Kimberly L. Mays (J.D.’98) Chamberlain, Hrdlicka, White, Williams & Aughtry…… 7…………………… 29%……………… William D. Montgomery (J.D.’70) Fisher & Phillips LLP………………………………………………… 7…………………… 29%……………… Lawrence S. McGoldrick (J.D.’83) Owen, Gleaton, Egan, Jones & Sweeney, LLP…… 9…………………… 22%……………… Shannon Shipley Hinson (J.D.’06) Stites & Harbison, PLLC………………………………………… 9…………………… 22%……………… Richard W. Stephens (J.D.’69) Martin Snow, LLP……………………………………………………… 5…………………… 20%……………… William H. Larsen (J.D.’83) McCamy, Phillips, Tuggle & Fordham, LLP………… 5…………………… 20%……………… Robert H. Smalley III (J.D.’92) Mozley, Finlayson & Loggins, LLP………………………… 5…………………… 20%……………… Lawrence B. Domenico (J.D.’88) Neel & Robinson, LLC……………………………………………… 6…………………… 17%……………… Edwin R. Neel (J.D.’85) Primerica Financial Services………………………………… 6…………………… 17%……………… Stanton J. Shapiro (J.D.’76) Webb, Tanner, Powell, Mertz & Wilson, LLP………… 6…………………… 17%……………… William G. Tanner (J.D.’65) * 2012–2013 Trophy Holder

Georgia Law is home to the renowned Dean Rusk Center for International Law and Policy, which seeks to increase the understanding of global legal and policy matters and to contribute to the solution of problems and issues of worldwide significance.

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Legacy Participation 2013

Total pledged: $61,100.00

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Participation rate: 23%

Anonymous

Kori Flake

Lorrin Mortimer

Jordan D. Arkin

Robert Douglas Griest

Matthew V.H. Noller

David Bartholomew

Josh Harbour

Matthew Onyett

Kelly A. Blair

James Bradley Harris

Jacqueline Payne

James Matthew Brigman

Barclay Sutton Hendrix

Alan G. Poole, Jr.

Kristi K. Buice

Nicholas H. Howell

Alan F. Pryor

Ian Calhoun

Robert N. Hunziker, Jr.

Michael Robinson

Carrie W. Cao

Robert W. Jacques

Jan Margaret Rogers

Christina Chow

Jill Hollingsworth Jenkins

Laura Allison Rollins

Brad Chynoweth

Crystal M. Johnson

Lennie Spears Shewmaker

Ava Conger

Corbin Robert Kennelly

Jonathan S. Sniderman

Emily A. Cook

Will R. Keyes

John W. Stapleton

Timothy F.J. Dean

Brian Lake

John Henry Theiss

Harry Donival Dixon III

Benjamin Z. Levy

Rory A. Weeks

Kelsey Donnalley

Victoria S. Mathias

Allison C. Will

Clare Ellis

Scott McAfee

Whitney Jo Wilson

Elliot Engstrom

Kayla Brooke McGee

Lawrence Serkin Winsor

John A. Eunice

Aiten Musaeva McPherson

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Class Participation 2012-2013

Class

Amount Donors Participation

1923

Class

Amount Donors Participation

1

100%

1980

$58,082.87

41

21%

1948

$24,595.45

3

21%

1981

$28,056.04

42

22%

1949

$1,850.00

6

27%

1982

$302,444.00

46

21%

1950

$1,400.00

5

20%

1983

$39,463.04

48

23%

1951

$71,750.00

4

16%

1984

$93,560.00

42

21%

1

6%

1985

$33,645.00

44

18%

1952 1953

$1,158.93

4

18%

1986

$37,005.00

33

16%

1954

$435.00

5

26%

1987

$34,330.00

33

19%

1955

$1,300.00

2

17%

1988

$36,466.85

45

22%

1

10%

1989

$29,001.40

37

18%

1956 1957

$600.00

4

20%

1990

$24,326.00

44

20%

1958

$4,550.00

8

31%

1991

$33,887.20

32

13%

1959

$600.00

4

14%

1992

$25,500.00

31

14%

1960

$28,110.00

8

38%

1993

$13,482.38

28

13%

1961

$2,750.00

7

25%

1994

$10,258.33

31

14%

1962

$5,350.00

9

29%

1995

$19,705.00

34

16%

1963

$2,500.00

7

21%

1996

$14,045.00

34

14%

1964

$8,060.00

10

22%

1997

$24,950.04

39

17%

1965

$20,970.00

19

33%

1998

$23,285.00

31

14%

1966

$19,300.00

10

24%

1999

$17,011.73

49

21%

1967

$7,375.00

11

20%

2000

$9,880.23

31

13%

1968

$14,279.70

12

26%

2001

$6,733.53

24

11%

1969

$10,654.80

20

27%

2002

$25,359.95

42

17%

1970

$8,425.00

13

19%

2003

$9,595.00

34

16%

1971

$33,430.14

25

27%

2004

$19,115.00

47

19%

1972

$95,270.08

27

21%

2005

$9,005.00

38

19%

1973

$59,545.00

31

19%

2006

$10,711.87

51

19%

1974

$55,555.08

46

24%

2007

$9,145.13

46

19%

1975

$1,528,125.00

37

20%

2008

$11,405.00

51

24%

1976

$51,664.38

41

21%

2009

$11,940.00

61

26%

1977

$1,572,566.66

58

29%

2010

$8,328.50

59

26%

1978

$70,289.20

52

27%

2011

$20,034.37

65

27%

1979

$34,844.00

41

24%

2012

$32,500.00

29

12%

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School of Law, Athens, Georgia 30602-6012 www.law.uga.edu

Jere W. Morehead UGA President president@uga.edu Tom S. Landrum UGA Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations tlandrum@uga.edu Rebecca Hanner White School of Law Dean rhwhite@uga.edu

Why I Support Georgia Law I am proud to say that I am a Double Dawg, having graduated in 1978 from the University of Georgia with a degree in Political Science and then earned my law degree from the School of Law in 1982. Those days in Athens were the most formative in my life, as the University of Georgia was where I met Lisa, my wife of 31 years, where I made lifelong friendships that continue to this day and where I truly developed my leadership fundamentals and critical thinking that have served me well throughout my career in both the practice of law and in business. In a word, I am grateful to God that I am a Double Dawg! I am grateful for the administration at the time of my admission who, after keeping me on the wait list and at their door for several months, gave me a chance to earn my law degree where my father Graduates on Giving and older brother earned their degrees. Since I do have such a deep level of gratitude to the institution which equipped me so Leadership Donors well for life, Lisa and I want to try to make a difference in the lives of aspiring young people who may need a hand in life in order to achieve their dream of being a lawyer with a Georgia Law diploma hanging on their wall. That is why we have decided to support scholarships for deserving students who one day will help proudly carry the mantle of a graduate of the best law school in the land! Therefore, I sincerely hope that you will express your gratitude for what Georgia Law did for you and join me as a member of the “door holder committee,” as we figuratively stand as alumni and open the front door to our cherished institution to future generations through scholarship support. Robert “Bob” D. Cheeley (J.D.’82) and Lisa Ackerman Cheeley Johns Creek, Georgia


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