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Title: Fla law newsletter of the University of Florida College of Law
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Creator: Levin College of Law
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Place of Publication: <Gainesville FL> College of Law Communications Office 1997-
Creation Date: May 22, 2000
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Table of Contents
    Newsletters, web, signs, magazine...
        Page 1
    Florida pride...Florida law...
        Page 2
    Announcements
        Page 3
    Scholarship profile
        Page 4
    Legal and policy issues in the Americas
        Page 5
    Deans office shuffle
        Page 6
    Calendar
        Page 6
    Check out what's new at the Law School home page
        Page 6
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Newsletters, Web, signs, magazine...

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

STUDENT NEWS
SE NT iNES W Te welcome you back to the law Board" at the entrance to the Legal
STUDENT NE school, and urge you to use this Information Center (library), and the
LEGAL INFORMATION V newsletter, the college Web site, "Events Bulletin Board" on the Holland
CENTER FLALA WE-News, bulletin boards and student Hall Concourse. To post a notice on the
message folders to keep abreast of informa- electronic board, contact Student Affairs. To
FACULTY & STAFF tion and activities and share your news with post one on the bulletin board, submit it to
NEws others. The following are the most common JMBA a week or two before the event.
COLLEGE CALENDAR ways to acquire and disseminate information: The law school publishes University of
This newsletter, FLA*LAW, is the law Florida Lawyer magazine each fall and
school's official outlet for information and spring. The next issue is due out in August.
announcements. It is printed every other Your Student Handbook and Admissions
UNIVERSITY OF Monday during the summer (May 22, June 5, Prospectus provide a wealth of information
FLORIDA June 19, July 3) and will resume weekly pub- on the law school, including how it is orga-
Fredric G. Levin College of Law lication in the fall with the August 21 issue. nized and how it can help you.
Current and past issues are posted on the
FLA*LAWis funded by college home page. (See column at left for Congratulations to
alumni contributions submission information.)
through the University The law school also funds a student newsletter Tru d Reid
of Florida Law Center for articles and editorials, TheDocket, which
Association Inc. and resumes in the fall. Contact the John Marshall Levin College of Law
published to inform and Bar Association, 392.0498, for information. Employee of the Month
unite the law school
community. A Faculty & Staff Newsletter published at the
Submissions must be in beginning of each semester spotlights scholar- Program Assistant Trudi Reid has been
electronic format ship, publications, awards and other activities. named May Employee of the Month. She
(e-mail or PC-formatted Faculty and staff should send news of this was presented with a lunch certificate from
disk using WordPerfect nature to Associate Dean Kenneth Nunn at Bennigan's, plant and plaque.
or Word) and include Nunn@law.ufl.edu. "Trudi is a longtime employee of the
the author's name and Our searchable Web site, www.law.ufledu, College of Law. When the Development
contact information.
Deadline: Submit is updated daily with information and links and Alumni Affairs Office was short-
entries by 10 a.m. to items related to the law school and law staffed recently, Trudi ran the office almost
Tuesday for the next study including events and news, student by herself and ensured the success of some
week's newsletter to services, departments and centers, organiza- major law school events. Please join us in
flalaw@law. ufl edu or tions, and legal resources. All faculty mem- congratulating Trudi for her hard work,"
the Communications bers have homepages, some with course said Associate Dean Kenneth Nunn.
Office, 288 Holland matenals.
Hall. Editor: Debra
Amirin. Note: Our e-mail newsletter, FLALAWE-News, Submit your nomination for a law school
Submissions to the stu- is sent to students, faculty, staff, alumni and USPS employee for June Employee of the
dent newsletter, THE others who subscribe. (Directions for sub- Month to Dean Nunn, 314 Holland Hall,
DOCKET, go to the John scribing are on the college Web site.) Send Nunn@law.ufl.edu. Previous nominations are
Marshall Bar submissions to flalaw@law. ufl.edu. carried over.
Association. Don't forget to check the "Electronic Sign











Note: The Florida Bar's celebration of "Women in the Law" recognizes women who "spearheaded changes in the legal profession and
paved the way for women lawyers in Florida," and will include a formal dinner in Miami Thursday, May 25. The following ad
will run in a program distributed during the evening's festivities.






We are proud 11 Gators are among the celebrated 150 women who spearheaded changes in
the legal profession and paved the way for female lawyers in Florida...
Clara B. Floyd Gehan ('33) Kate L. Walton Engelken ('36) Marvel Harriet Gallacher ('42)
Rose Ealine Friedlin ('33) Jeannette Edythe TeSelle Plump ('40) Mary Frances Dewell ('42)
Natalie Marion Weinstein Berger ('33) Lucille Cairns George ('40) Ila Adele Rountree Pridgen ('43)
Rebecca Bowles Hawkins ('35) Lois Ellen Thacker Graessle ('41)

And it's with equal pride we salute the current female members of our faculty and
professional/administrative staff more than 45 percent of our total law school professionals.
They are helping train and educate the best and brightest lawyers...
Debra D. Amirn Janella Leibovitz Gaylin G. Soponis
Coordinator, Information Gator TeamChild Fellow Acting Program Director; Lecturer
& Publications Lyrissa B. Lidsky Barbara A. Stapp
Margaret G. Bostwick Associate Professor Assistant Librarian
Associate Librarian Amy R. Mashbum Denise B. Stobbie
Iris A. Burke Professor Coordinator, Information
Lecturer Diane Mazur & Publications
Noemar Castro Professor BettyW. Taylor
Student Affairs Coordinator Elizabeth McCulloch Director, Legal Information Center;
Mae M. Clark Associate Instructor Clarence J. TeSelle Professor
Librarian, Assistant Director Lynn McGilvray-Saltzman Kimberly L. Thomas
Phyliss Craig-Taylor Lecturer Coordinator, Administration
Associate Professor Margaret E. McLaughlin & Registration
Patricia E. Dilley Lecturer Patricia A. Thomas
Associate Professor Barbara A. Noah Assistant Director; Lecturer
Nancy E. Dowd Adjunct Assistant Professor Diane A. Tomlinson
UF Foundation Research Professor Martina Pelley Lecturer
Alyson Flournoy Coordinator, Administrative Services Mary P. Twitchell
Director of Environmental & Land Leanne J. Pflaum Professor
Use Law Program; Professor Assistant Director; Lecturer Kathy L. Urbach
Alison F. Gerencser Susy G. Potter Associate Director, Career Services;
Assistant Director, Institute for Dispute Associate Librarian Director, Pro Bono and Public Service
Resolution; Supervising Attorney, Juvenile Teresa J. Rambo Programs
Mediation Clinic; Associate Clinical Assistant Director; Lecturer Patricia A. Varnes
Professor Betsy L. Ruff Coordinator, Financial Aid
Ewa K. Gmurzynska Assistant Program Director; Lecturer Darian M. Wagner
Director, Center for American Sharon E. Rush Assistant Director, Career Services
Law Studies Irving Cypen Professor Pamela D. Williams
Berta E. Hemandez-Truyol Jane Rutherford Associate Librarian
Professor Visiting Professor Shandrea Williams
Michelle S. Jacobs Anne Rutledge Director, Admissions & Special Programs
Professor Program Director; Lecturer Claudia T. Wright
JoAnn Klein Gail E. Sasnett Supervising Attorney, Gator TeamChild;
Development Director, Center for Associate Dean for Students; Lecturer Associate Clinical Professor
Governmental Responsibility PeggySchrieber Danaya C. Wright
Elizabeth T. Lear Lecturer Assistant Professor
Director, International Programs; Cathy M. Sellers
Professor Adjunct Visiting Professor

Learn more about our new programs and developments certificate programs, joint degrees, centers and institutes in
areas such as International Law, Intellectual Property, Race & Race Relations, Environmental & Land Use Law & Tax Law.
Log on to our Web site: www.law.ufl.edu

UNIVERSITY OF
SFLORIDA
Fredric G. Levin College of Law









Infonnation Center's collection relating
E e to slavery in the American South pub-
lished as pamphlets or small mono-
graphs, including essays, tracts, seons
Gift benefits IP program and literary works. The publications were
among the first voices for abolition of
The Gainesville-based law firm of slavery in the Amercas, and will add a
Saliwanchik, Lloyd & Saliwanchik is special perspective to the grant, because
creatmg a $137,500 endowment (plus they document the intemational context
$50,000 state match) to expand the law ofAmeincan slavery. Principally British,
school's intellectual property program they also include Brazilian, Dutch,
and support lectures, intemships and UF Trial Team advances French and Spanish materials document-
academic programs. With the addition of to semi-finals ing the supply of slaves and showing the
a new certificate program m IP law, the The UF Tal Team competed April nstitution of Amencan slavery to be very
college jos a handful of U.S. law the 2000 National C inal Justice much a part of Caribbean and colonial
schools with comprehensive IP pro- T Advocacy Competition sponsored economics.
grams. (For details: ww.lw.uaw.
ednews. oreleasesi000w.shtml.) by The John Marshall Law School and
ednewsreeases 41.shtml.) he American Bar Association Crimial UF winners in LEXIS Case
Justice Section. The team of Craig Summaries and book
Date changed to Dec. Berminghamn Chad Walker, James award contests
16 for fall graduation McDonald and Danille De Sousa was
At the request of our students, Fall one of only four top teams out of 20 Case Summanes is a new feature
2000 graduation at the Center for other national teams to advance to the available on LEXIS that saves time by
Performing Arts has been moved to Dec. semi-fmals and go 3-0 at the competi- bnefing and summaizing cases for you.
16 at 9 a.m., instead of Dec. 23, as previ- tion. The team eamed an automatic ivi- LEXIS recently held a Case Summanes
ously scheduled. (The graduation date tation to next year's competition. Thanks contest, and UF had more winners than
will remain Dec. 23 on diplomas.) to UF's Trial Team advisors: Jenny any other law school. For the list of win-
Walker, Salisa Richardson and Coach ners, go to www.lexis.com/lawschool and
Alumni Council officers Craig De Thomasis. click on "Case Summaies."
LEXIS also congratulates 1L Legal
New officers were elected at the law JLPP Writing Competition Research & Writing students who partic-
school's Alumni Council Meeting in ipated in the LEXIS Book Award contest.
April. Bill Bone (JD '84) succeeded The Journal ofLaw and Public Policy For information: Bonita Young, Esq.,
Peter MacNamara, (JD '76/LLM '77) Summer 2000 Open Writing Competition 800.368.6955, ext. 286.
as president, and Bruce Harris (JD '93) is open to students with at least two reg-
became president-elect. ular law school semesters (fall and
spring) remaining, including Spnring 2000
CGR part of award- entering students. For information: JLPP
winning boating project Web site, http.//grove.ufl.edu/-jlpp, click
winning boating project
on "Writing Competitions."
The Govemor's Council for Donald Hale named
Sustainable Florida has selected the development director
Florida Seagrant Urban Boating LEAi 9 Development a director
Baywater Management Program for a Donald J. Hale has succeeded
Year 2000 Sustainable Florida Award. Jeffrey Ulmer as director of the
With the assistance of UF law students, Development & Alumni Affairs Office.
Center for Governmental Responsibility LIC's slavery-related Hale's previous positions include associ-
StaffAttomeys Richard Hamann and COllection microfilmed ate development director for the UF
Tom Ankersen provided the legal and Smathers Libraries has announced College of Pharmacy and neighborhood
policy component to this collaborative fundig of a $1.2 million grant proposal ambassador for the Orlando Mayor's
interdiscipliary project over the last four to microfilm mateials in "Souther Office. A graduate of St. Meinrad
years. They will attend a black tie ban- Culture and Heritage." Microfilmig College and Catholic University of
quet in honor of the program's achieve- begins this summer, and will include America, he will oversee fund-raising
ment Wednesday, May 24, in Tampa. texts from the law school's Legal efforts and alumni events.










Matasar honored May dinner in Matasar's honor hosted by gender and race, property, and dispute
Profs his friends and associates. resolution.
Professor and Dean
Emenitus Richard Page named Criser Farewell to Craig-Taylor
Matasar will receive the
Florida Supreme Court's Eminent Scholar Professor Phyliss Craig-Taylor has
Professionalism Noted antitrust scholar William H. accepted a position at North Carolina
Commission's Annual Page, the J. Will Young Professor of Law Central Law School for next fall. A
Law School Faculty Award for his con- at Mississippi College, will fill the reception was held in her honor May 12.
tributions to professionalism in the law. Marshall M. Criser Eminent Scholar
Chief Justice Major B. Harding will Chair in Electronic Communications and Betty Taylor to have 50
present the award June 22 at The Florida Administrative Law. He will arrive in years with state
Bar's Judicial Luncheon at its annual August, joining four Legal Inforation Center Director
meeting. ---- other new faculty who
meeting. other new facult~y who Betty Taylor will pass the 50-year mark
Matasar, who has accepted a position teach in the areas of for U emp
as dean of New York Law School, also intellectual property, or U empoyment July
1. The Special and C
was recently named Dean Emeritus by telecommunications law, The Specal and
the University of Florida. Interim Dean business law, intemation- Section of te lrida
Jon Mills made the announcement at a al law and human rights, Libray Association
Library Association
recently honored Taylor
Scholarship Profile: for her many years of dis-
tinguished service to the state.
Irving Cypen Professor Sharon Rush
Professor Sharon Rush's new book, LovingAcross the Color In the news
Line, is described by its publishers, Rowman & Littlefield, as the Professor Berta E.
"moving, heartfelt memoir of a mother and daughter's loving rela- Hemandez-Truyol has
tionship that opened the author's eyes to the harsh realities of the been quoted extensively
American racial divide...Readers who journey across the color line with the author on the Elian Gonzalez
and her daughter will witness a real-life encounter with racism and come away with case by the media,
a deeper understanding of its persistence." including The Fort Lauderdale Sun-
In the book, due to go on sale nationally in June, Rush a single white mother Sentinel, Associated Press & Associated
writes about raising her adopted black daughter: Press Online, Seattle Times, Detroit
"The time (in writing this book) has allowed me to process my new aware- News, Augusta Chronicle, Pantagraph,
ness of the depth of racism... What I've learned through my daughter, and in New York Post, New York Times and The
raising her, has taught me more than what I've learned and imparted in teach- Orlando Sentinel Tribune.
ing law and racism in a college classroomfor more than 13 years....All the time
I have spent laboring over trying to find legal ways to achieve racial equality, Mashburn helps on
my daughter has known all along that It's a spiritualjourney, Mom.'" Millionaire TV show
William Julius Wilson of Harvard University noted that, 'This book is impor- Professor Ay Mashbu was
.T Professor Amy Mashburn was
tant for any serious discussion of the problems of race in America. None provides a r a e
recently asked by David Rice, the broth-
more moving and penetrating portrayal of the racial divide and its adverse effects on er of a lifelong friend, for hep with the
interpersonal relations and human empathy..." $32,0 q tion on the show
$32,000 question on the show 'Who
Rush joined the UF law faculty in 1985, and is a co-founder of the UF Center for W ts to be a Milionr The qesto
Wants to be a Milhlionaire?" The question
Race and Race Relations. Her areas of expertise include Constitutional Law, Civil was, "As of July 2000, which of the fol-
was, "As of July 2000, which of the fol-
Procedure, Federal Courts, Fourteenth Amendment and Race Relations. She is a lowg may be posted along with other
lowing may be posted along with other
member of various sections of the Association of American Law Schools, including histocal documents Indiana public
histoncal documents in Indiana public
those on minorities and constitutional law. She also recently co-authored "Reducig schools? A. The 10 Commandments; B.
Inequalities, Doing Anti-Racism: Toward an Egalitarian American Society," pub- The 23rd Psahn; C. The
lished in Contemporary Sociology, January 2000. Lord's Prayer; and D. The
-------- --* --- "- -- *-----------------^B ^^H Lord s Prayer; and D. The
Note: Many Levin College ofLaw faculty are noted scholars and published authors. For a more Nicene Creed. She cor-
complete listing, see Faculty & StaffNews, published at the beginning of each semester; rectly said the answer was
University ofFlorida Lawyer magazine; and the 'Taculty" link on the Levin College ofLaw Web "A," nd Ricewet on to
site. Faculty scholarship will be spotlighted in this space on a regular basis.A," ald Rce went on to
win $250,000.














Sponsored by the Levin College of Law Center for Governmental Responsibility

May 26, 8 a.m. 6 p.m.

University of Florida Hotel and Conference Center

For details online: www.law.ufl.edu/conferences

SAs a result of increasing economic globalization, the Eduardo Solis Snchez, Chief, Office of Commercial
legal profession throughout the Americas is undergoing a Negotiations with Latin America, Market Access and
dramatic shift. It is natural, given our proximity to and ALCA, and Office of Commerce and Industrial Promotion,
longstanding connection with Latin America, that we Mexico Cit
l Ing Shannon Herzfeld, Senior Vice President of International
launch this initiative to begin open and productive Affairs of the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers
communications among academic, govemmental leaders of America, Washington, D.C.
and attomeys of the Americas." Thomas Andrew O'Keefe, President of Mercosur
INTERIM DEAN JON MILLS Consulting Group, Ltd., Washington, D.C.
Conerence Agenda 1 p.m. Luncheon
Conference Agenda Building an International Consensus on Trade
8 a.m. Registration Congresswoman Karen L. Thurman, Fifth Congressional
8:15 a.m. Welcome, Jon Mills, Interim Dean & Director, UF Center District of Florida
for Governmental Responsibility 2:30 p.m. International Financial Crimes in the Americas
8:20 a.m. Florida's Role as Part of the Americas Fletcher N. Baldwin, Jr., UF Chesterfield Smith Professor
Katherine Harris, Florida Secretary of State of Law & Director, Center for International Financial
8:40 a.m. Corruption, Transparency and Rule of Law Crimes Studies
Kenneth H. (Buddy) MacKay, Special Envoy for the Peter D. Maynard, President, Bahamas Bar Association &
Americas, Executive Office of the President of the United President, Organization of Commonwealth Caribbean Bar
States Association, & Peter D. Maynard & Col, Counsel &
9:20 am. Rule of Law in Bolivia Attorneys, Nassau
His Excellency Jorge Quiroga Ramirez, Vice President, George Millard, Director of Police, So Paulo, Brazil, &
Republic of Bolivia, & President of Congress Professor, Civil Police Academy, State of So Paulo
9:50 a.m. Alternatives to the Regular Courts Mediation, Dr. Jaime Ospina-Velasco, Founding Member, Ospina,
Arbitration, Constitutional Courts and Binational Oviedo & Associados Ltda., and former President of
Dispute Panels Colombian Banking Association's Risk Administration
Michael W. Gordon, UF Chesterfield Smith Professor of Committee, Bogota, Colombia
Law 4 p.m. The Role of Law Schools in the Development of Inter-
Maria Luisa Beltranena de Padilla, Professor and American Relations and the Rule of Law a discussion by
Director of the Private Law Area and of the Investigation law school deans from the Americas on: The Role of Law
Seminar in Private and Commercial Law, Universidad Schools in Law Reform in the Americas; Current and Future
Francisco Marroquin, Guatemala Relationships Between Law Schools; and Preparing Students
Leonel Pereznieto Castro, Professor ofLaw, National for Hemispheric Integration.
University of Mexico, and Professor of Antitrust Law and Jon L. Mills
of International Commercial Arbitration, Instituto Maria Antonieta Senz, Dean of the College of Law,
Technologica Automono de Mexico University of Costa Rica
Maritza McCormack, Professor de Derecho Daniela Trejos Vargas, Professor of Private Interational
Administrativo y Mediacin de Conflictos, San Lzaro y L. Law, School of Law, Pontifical Catholic University ofRio
Colina Universitaria, Havana, Cuba de Janeiro (PUC-RIO), Brazil
Berta E. Hernandez-Truyol, UF Professor of Law Mario A. Becerra Pocoroba,
11:20 a.m. Regional Trade Agreements and the WTO in the Rector, Escuela Libre de
Americas: New Issues as the Pace of Economic Derecho, Mexico
Integration Quickens 5:30 p.m. IdentifyingTargeted
Stephen J. Powell, UF Director of International Trade Issues for Future
Programs, and former Chief Counsel for Import Conferences and
Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce Developing Opportunities
Peter Allgeier, Associate U.S. Trade Representative for the for Future Collaborations
Western Hemisphere and lead U.S. FTAA negotiator Jon Mills, Presiding
Adrian Makuc, Director of Division of Foreign Trade
Policy in Argentina's Ministry of the Economy










Deans Office shuffle Associate Dean Michael Seigel. Bames A C E A
also will be responsible for scheduling
athy Cowart a oyal deans admm- rooms and keeping the college calendar. For more events:
istrative assistant who served 30 years Tina Mulligan, fonnerly with the www.law.ufl.edu/calendar
through four law school administrations, Florida Bookstore, will take over from May
retiredFloda Bookstore, will take over fro
retired Apl. Shewaspresentedwith Baes as office assistant in charge of 23 Schedule adjustment using
a plaque in honor of her service from payroll adminstration. She will begin Telegator & ISIS ends
Interm Dean Jon Mills at a reception after Memonal Day weekend. Class rolls fixed, fee liability
May 3 (photo below). attaches
Law pubs win awards 26 *Fees due
Latin American Law
The Levin College of Law won two conference (see page 5)
trophies and a certificate of distinction 29 Memorial Day Holiday
in UF's inaugural Golden Gator Public une
Relations Competition for publications 2 Monday classes meet, Friday
produced in 1999 by Publications classes cancelled
Coordinator Debra Amirin and Director Deadline to withdraw with
of Communications Denise Stobbie: 25% refund of course fees
A first place "Golden Gator" trophy JulY
for a Student Recruitment brochure 4 Independence Day Holiday
produced for Assistant Dean for 5 Florida Board of Bar
Admissions Michael Patrick Examiners "180 Day"
Doris Perron, formerly executive A first place "Golden Gator" trophy registration deadline for
secretary for Associate Dean George for FLA LA Wweekly newsletter. Spring 2000 entering class
Dawson, has replaced Kathy as adminis- A second place "Certificate of 6 Tuesday classes meet,
trative assistant to Interim Dean Jon Distinction" for the Environmental and Thursday classes cancelled
Mills. Land Use Law brochure produced for 7 Summer classes end
Taking Perron's place is Julie Director of the Environmental and Last day to withdraw from
Barnes, who has been promoted to Land Use Progran Alyson Flournoy. course by petition
executive secretary to incoming without failing grade




Check out what's new on the law school home page
Go to www.law.ufl.edu and click on:
"Alumni" Our Alumni site now features up-to-date news about UF law graduates (new items posted weekly), as
well as links to UF events, news and sports schedules, and alumni lists by year, location and practice area(s).
"Students," then "Book Exchange" Join the students already buying and selling used textbooks via our free,
Web-based Book Exchange. You will be e-mailed a password when you submit an ad. (To keep the system from
bogging down with old ads, please delete your ad once it is answered. The entire exchange will be cleaned out once
each semester to ensure timeliness.)
"Admissions," then "Housing"- This private, secure, Web-based roommate referral
site is exclusively for UF law school students.

NOTE: Credit for these new services goes to the vision and hard work of law student
Richard Hornsby, UF engineering student Alex Llera,
Publications Coordinator Denise Stobbie and Director of
Communications Stan Huguenin.










Deans Office shuffle Associate Dean Michael Seigel. Bames A C E A
also will be responsible for scheduling
athy Cowart a oyal deans admm- rooms and keeping the college calendar. For more events:
istrative assistant who served 30 years Tina Mulligan, fonnerly with the www.law.ufl.edu/calendar
through four law school administrations, Florida Bookstore, will take over from May
retiredFloda Bookstore, will take over fro
retired Apl. Shewaspresentedwith Baes as office assistant in charge of 23 Schedule adjustment using
a plaque in honor of her service from payroll adminstration. She will begin Telegator & ISIS ends
Interm Dean Jon Mills at a reception after Memonal Day weekend. Class rolls fixed, fee liability
May 3 (photo below). attaches
Law pubs win awards 26 *Fees due
Latin American Law
The Levin College of Law won two conference (see page 5)
trophies and a certificate of distinction 29 Memorial Day Holiday
in UF's inaugural Golden Gator Public une
Relations Competition for publications 2 Monday classes meet, Friday
produced in 1999 by Publications classes cancelled
Coordinator Debra Amirin and Director Deadline to withdraw with
of Communications Denise Stobbie: 25% refund of course fees
A first place "Golden Gator" trophy JulY
for a Student Recruitment brochure 4 Independence Day Holiday
produced for Assistant Dean for 5 Florida Board of Bar
Admissions Michael Patrick Examiners "180 Day"
Doris Perron, formerly executive A first place "Golden Gator" trophy registration deadline for
secretary for Associate Dean George for FLA LA Wweekly newsletter. Spring 2000 entering class
Dawson, has replaced Kathy as adminis- A second place "Certificate of 6 Tuesday classes meet,
trative assistant to Interim Dean Jon Distinction" for the Environmental and Thursday classes cancelled
Mills. Land Use Law brochure produced for 7 Summer classes end
Taking Perron's place is Julie Director of the Environmental and Last day to withdraw from
Barnes, who has been promoted to Land Use Progran Alyson Flournoy. course by petition
executive secretary to incoming without failing grade




Check out what's new on the law school home page
Go to www.law.ufl.edu and click on:
"Alumni" Our Alumni site now features up-to-date news about UF law graduates (new items posted weekly), as
well as links to UF events, news and sports schedules, and alumni lists by year, location and practice area(s).
"Students," then "Book Exchange" Join the students already buying and selling used textbooks via our free,
Web-based Book Exchange. You will be e-mailed a password when you submit an ad. (To keep the system from
bogging down with old ads, please delete your ad once it is answered. The entire exchange will be cleaned out once
each semester to ensure timeliness.)
"Admissions," then "Housing"- This private, secure, Web-based roommate referral
site is exclusively for UF law school students.

NOTE: Credit for these new services goes to the vision and hard work of law student
Richard Hornsby, UF engineering student Alex Llera,
Publications Coordinator Denise Stobbie and Director of
Communications Stan Huguenin.










Deans Office shuffle Associate Dean Michael Seigel. Bames A C E A
also will be responsible for scheduling
athy Cowart a oyal deans admm- rooms and keeping the college calendar. For more events:
istrative assistant who served 30 years Tina Mulligan, fonnerly with the www.law.ufl.edu/calendar
through four law school administrations, Florida Bookstore, will take over from May
retiredFloda Bookstore, will take over fro
retired Apl. Shewaspresentedwith Baes as office assistant in charge of 23 Schedule adjustment using
a plaque in honor of her service from payroll adminstration. She will begin Telegator & ISIS ends
Interm Dean Jon Mills at a reception after Memonal Day weekend. Class rolls fixed, fee liability
May 3 (photo below). attaches
Law pubs win awards 26 *Fees due
Latin American Law
The Levin College of Law won two conference (see page 5)
trophies and a certificate of distinction 29 Memorial Day Holiday
in UF's inaugural Golden Gator Public une
Relations Competition for publications 2 Monday classes meet, Friday
produced in 1999 by Publications classes cancelled
Coordinator Debra Amirin and Director Deadline to withdraw with
of Communications Denise Stobbie: 25% refund of course fees
A first place "Golden Gator" trophy JulY
for a Student Recruitment brochure 4 Independence Day Holiday
produced for Assistant Dean for 5 Florida Board of Bar
Admissions Michael Patrick Examiners "180 Day"
Doris Perron, formerly executive A first place "Golden Gator" trophy registration deadline for
secretary for Associate Dean George for FLA LA Wweekly newsletter. Spring 2000 entering class
Dawson, has replaced Kathy as adminis- A second place "Certificate of 6 Tuesday classes meet,
trative assistant to Interim Dean Jon Distinction" for the Environmental and Thursday classes cancelled
Mills. Land Use Law brochure produced for 7 Summer classes end
Taking Perron's place is Julie Director of the Environmental and Last day to withdraw from
Barnes, who has been promoted to Land Use Progran Alyson Flournoy. course by petition
executive secretary to incoming without failing grade




Check out what's new on the law school home page
Go to www.law.ufl.edu and click on:
"Alumni" Our Alumni site now features up-to-date news about UF law graduates (new items posted weekly), as
well as links to UF events, news and sports schedules, and alumni lists by year, location and practice area(s).
"Students," then "Book Exchange" Join the students already buying and selling used textbooks via our free,
Web-based Book Exchange. You will be e-mailed a password when you submit an ad. (To keep the system from
bogging down with old ads, please delete your ad once it is answered. The entire exchange will be cleaned out once
each semester to ensure timeliness.)
"Admissions," then "Housing"- This private, secure, Web-based roommate referral
site is exclusively for UF law school students.

NOTE: Credit for these new services goes to the vision and hard work of law student
Richard Hornsby, UF engineering student Alex Llera,
Publications Coordinator Denise Stobbie and Director of
Communications Stan Huguenin.