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Table of Contents
    Gift to help students gain international experience
        Page 1
    Center for career services
        Page 2
    Announcements
        Page 2
    New library shelving
        Page 3
    Faculty and staff news
        Page 3
    Spotlight on scholarship
        Page 3
    Calendar
        Page 4
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FLAcLAW

ol. 3, No. 32 July 3, 2000 University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law Newsletter





I Gift to help students gain international experience

C.A.N. Programs Jack and Tifi Bierley International Law Scholarship will help UF law students
SILC.A.N. Programs
Fall Externships prepare for international law careers by offsetting overseas travel expenses
New International &
Comp. Law Certificate ell-known interational law practitioner
S18O-day Deadlinae AI Jand UF law graduate Jack Bierley and
180-day Deadline
Events Calendars ahis wife, Tifi, have created a $250,000
scholarship endowment to help offset the expense
SNew Libry & Shelving frof overseas travel for UF law students planning to
Faculty & Staff News
S l St study or work overseas in preparation for careers in
Scholarship Spotlight intemational law.
"intemational law.
LEXIS Access Bierley, who practices intemational law with the
Honor Court Positions Tampa firm of Smith Clark Delesie Bierley Mueller
And more... & Kadyk, said he wants to help students "engage in
UNIVERSITY OF internships and other experiences that bring them ack n ere ene with er
lwshFLORIDA fitogether on a linguistic and cultural basis with per- a and c rle nr h oer
Fdrri Levin College of Iw sons in foreign lands." President Charles Young and UF Foundation
Interim Dean Jon Mills said the gift comple-
ments the law school's expanding Inteational and decade. Students interested in practicing interna-
FLA*LA W is published Comparative Law Program, which includes a new tional law may have 'book leaming,' but they usu-
to inform and unite the certificate program to better prepare J.D. students ally lack 'on the ground' experience with foreign
law school community for interational careers. It also advances the geography and culture. Through overseas experi-
and funded by alumni school's mission of educating legal professionals to ences, they will develop awareness and legal
contributions. serve businesses, individuals, and human rights and method to assist in solving intemational problems
Submit news by e-mail environmental interests worldwide. and addressing conflicts."
to flalaw@law. ufl.edu, "In an era of increasing globalization in the As head of his firm's Intemational Department,
or bring a PC-formatted practice of law, overseas study virtually is a prereq- Bierley has traveled throughout the world for 35
disk (text in Word- uisite for international practice," Mills said. "The years representing U.S. and foreign nationals on
Perfect or Word, m.lude -
Perfect or Word, include Bierleys' gift will ensure that opportunities to study problems relating to law, business, banking, mar-
author's name and
ontat norma o abroad are not limited to those who can afford itime matters and interational relations, including
contact information), to
Communications, 288 them. This is a wonderful tribute to a distinguished cases involving imprisonment and seizure of ships
Holland Hall. practitioner who has helped to advance Florida as a and airplanes. Tifi Bierley, who speaks several lan-
leading center of intemational activity." guages, frequently accompanies him in intemation-
Deadline: 10 a.m.
Tuesday for the next F al travel and assists in relating to clients.
week's newsletter. "n an era of increasing global- Board-certified in intemational law, Bierley has
Eor: Pbliations ization in the practice of law, over- worked tirelessly to promote Florida, Tampa Bay
and the Southeastem United States as major inter-
Coordinator Debra Amirin, seas study virtually is a prerequisite national hubs. His efforts have eamed him numer-
with contributions by
Communications Director for international practice. ous awards, including the Silver Medal Award from
Stan Huguenin and INTERIM DEAN JON MILLS the Inter-American Bar Association and the Tampa
Publications Coordinator Bay International Businessman of the Year Award.
Denise Stobbie. "Florida's economy and culture is becoming A loyal UF alumnus, he previously endowed the
Note: Submit news for THE increasingly international," Bierley said. "World John C. Bierley Book Award in Intemational
DOCKET, the student law practice is a reality for many Florida lawyers, Business Law and served on the boards of the UF
newsletter, to the John
Marshall Bar Association. and this will escalate dramatically during the next Foundation and UF Law Center Association. O










Wed. 180-day deadline
Fall 1999 entering students are alerted
that the 180-day deadline for filing their
Mandatory meetings for I.C.A.N. Florida Board of Bar Examiners registra-
Career Services is holding "I.C.A.N." information sessions to help prepare students tion is this Wednesday (July 5). Law school
for the busy fall semester. Informational packets will be distributed, and there will be notaries Phyllis, Ellen, Judy, and Sherry
live, online demonstrations of the I.C.A.N. system. Students interested in viewing job in Student Affairs can assist you with the
listings online or participating in on-campus interviewing, who have not yet registered, many forms that need to be notarized.
must attend one of these mandatory meetings:
* Tuesday, Aug. 15, 11 a.m.-12 noon, Bailey Courtroom Post events on college
* Monday, Aug. 21, 12:40-1:40 p.m., 354 Holland Hall (sign-up sheet only, space is limited) W b c
* Wednesday, Aug. 23, 4:10-5:10 p.m., Bailey Courtroom Web calendar, pop-up
* Friday, Aug. 25, 12:40-1:40 p.m., Bailey Courtoom Julie Barnes in the Dean's Office posts
The center also will hold "I.C.A.N." Resume Structure Assistance Workshops: events to the law school's Web page
Tuesday, Aug. 22, 12:40-1:40 p.m., 218A Bruton-Geer (Media Center) Calendar of Events and "pop-up" computer
Thursday, Aug. 24, 12:40-1:40 p.m., 4:10-5:10 p.m., 218A Bruton-Geer (Media Center) calender. To have your events, conferences
or group activities posted, send her the
Externships available for Fall 2000 activity's:
Three externship positions are available with the Eighth Judicial Circuit Family Law Name
Division in Gainesville. Students earn six credits by working 20 hours per week for 14 Date and time
weeks as judicial clerks, where they will attend hearings, research legal issues, draft Address/room
orders, and review court files. The classroom component of the extemship will be an 8- Any additional information to be posted
hour tutorial with Faculty Supervisor Iris Burke. For information, see Iris Burke in the Where you want it posted the law
Civil Clinic or Kathy Urbach in the Center for Career Services. school Calendar of Events, pop-up or
both. If it is to be posted on the Calendar
of Events Web page, tell her if you want
A it posted under more than one category
(Alumni, Conferences, etc.). Ifyou do not
Final words... specify a category, it will be posted under
BY RESOURCE COUNSELOR RANDY PATTON New International & the month of the event only.
s summer term comes to a Comp. Law Certificate For more information or to post your
close, so does my tenure as The law school's new Intemational and events, contact Julie Baes, Dea's ffice
Sresource counselor. I would like Comparative Law Certificate Program, to 3929238 baree
to offer these thoughts... be directed by Professor Elizabeth Lear,
A significant number of students will help J.D. students begin developing Professionalism
used our (Stephanie and my) counseling expertise and marketability in this increas- initiatives recognized
services during the past year, and I ingly important field. Candidates will Director of Professionalism Programs
applaud them for their proactive obtain knowledge of foreign legal systems John Berry accepted honors at the recent
approach to their law school experience. by enrolling in an approved curriculum in Florida Bar convention for Dean Emeritus
I want to thank Associate Dean for addition to that required for the J.D. The Richard Matasar and the Levin College
Student Services Gail Sasnett and college also offers certificates in of Law's professionalism initiatives from
Assistant Dean Pat Shannon for mak- Environmental and Land Use Law, Estates the Florida Supreme Court
ing this experience possible, and for and Trusts Practice, and Intellectual Professionalism Commission.
helping to make our services available Property Law. (More on the Web at
to students. Also, a special thanks to the www.law.ufl.edu/academics.) Builing progress
Career Services staff for their support.ing prgre
I will be here Monday, Tuesday and Restriping adds parking As fundraising efforts for a new, state-
Thursday afternoons through the end of of-the-art facility intensify under the lead-
your final exam period, so please don't Thanks to a student suggestion, the law ership of law school Development Director
hesitate to stop in if I can be of assis- school has restriped its commuter and front Donald Hale, construction and renovation
tance. My office is in the Career circle parking areas and gained a number plans also are taking shape. A collaboration
Services suite in Bruton-Geer Hall, and of valuable parking spaces. between the colleges of Law and
I can be reached at 392.7044 or Note: Spaces around the "circle are Architecture has produced various models
patton@law.ufl.edu. Best wishes for a now "Orange unless otherwise indicated. and renderings, which will be featured in
healthy and happy future. the next UF Lawyer magazine.










Wed. 180-day deadline
Fall 1999 entering students are alerted
that the 180-day deadline for filing their
Mandatory meetings for I.C.A.N. Florida Board of Bar Examiners registra-
Career Services is holding "I.C.A.N." information sessions to help prepare students tion is this Wednesday (July 5). Law school
for the busy fall semester. Informational packets will be distributed, and there will be notaries Phyllis, Ellen, Judy, and Sherry
live, online demonstrations of the I.C.A.N. system. Students interested in viewing job in Student Affairs can assist you with the
listings online or participating in on-campus interviewing, who have not yet registered, many forms that need to be notarized.
must attend one of these mandatory meetings:
* Tuesday, Aug. 15, 11 a.m.-12 noon, Bailey Courtroom Post events on college
* Monday, Aug. 21, 12:40-1:40 p.m., 354 Holland Hall (sign-up sheet only, space is limited) W b c
* Wednesday, Aug. 23, 4:10-5:10 p.m., Bailey Courtroom Web calendar, pop-up
* Friday, Aug. 25, 12:40-1:40 p.m., Bailey Courtoom Julie Barnes in the Dean's Office posts
The center also will hold "I.C.A.N." Resume Structure Assistance Workshops: events to the law school's Web page
Tuesday, Aug. 22, 12:40-1:40 p.m., 218A Bruton-Geer (Media Center) Calendar of Events and "pop-up" computer
Thursday, Aug. 24, 12:40-1:40 p.m., 4:10-5:10 p.m., 218A Bruton-Geer (Media Center) calender. To have your events, conferences
or group activities posted, send her the
Externships available for Fall 2000 activity's:
Three externship positions are available with the Eighth Judicial Circuit Family Law Name
Division in Gainesville. Students earn six credits by working 20 hours per week for 14 Date and time
weeks as judicial clerks, where they will attend hearings, research legal issues, draft Address/room
orders, and review court files. The classroom component of the extemship will be an 8- Any additional information to be posted
hour tutorial with Faculty Supervisor Iris Burke. For information, see Iris Burke in the Where you want it posted the law
Civil Clinic or Kathy Urbach in the Center for Career Services. school Calendar of Events, pop-up or
both. If it is to be posted on the Calendar
of Events Web page, tell her if you want
A it posted under more than one category
(Alumni, Conferences, etc.). Ifyou do not
Final words... specify a category, it will be posted under
BY RESOURCE COUNSELOR RANDY PATTON New International & the month of the event only.
s summer term comes to a Comp. Law Certificate For more information or to post your
close, so does my tenure as The law school's new Intemational and events, contact Julie Baes, Dea's ffice
Sresource counselor. I would like Comparative Law Certificate Program, to 3929238 baree
to offer these thoughts... be directed by Professor Elizabeth Lear,
A significant number of students will help J.D. students begin developing Professionalism
used our (Stephanie and my) counseling expertise and marketability in this increas- initiatives recognized
services during the past year, and I ingly important field. Candidates will Director of Professionalism Programs
applaud them for their proactive obtain knowledge of foreign legal systems John Berry accepted honors at the recent
approach to their law school experience. by enrolling in an approved curriculum in Florida Bar convention for Dean Emeritus
I want to thank Associate Dean for addition to that required for the J.D. The Richard Matasar and the Levin College
Student Services Gail Sasnett and college also offers certificates in of Law's professionalism initiatives from
Assistant Dean Pat Shannon for mak- Environmental and Land Use Law, Estates the Florida Supreme Court
ing this experience possible, and for and Trusts Practice, and Intellectual Professionalism Commission.
helping to make our services available Property Law. (More on the Web at
to students. Also, a special thanks to the www.law.ufl.edu/academics.) Builing progress
Career Services staff for their support.ing prgre
I will be here Monday, Tuesday and Restriping adds parking As fundraising efforts for a new, state-
Thursday afternoons through the end of of-the-art facility intensify under the lead-
your final exam period, so please don't Thanks to a student suggestion, the law ership of law school Development Director
hesitate to stop in if I can be of assis- school has restriped its commuter and front Donald Hale, construction and renovation
tance. My office is in the Career circle parking areas and gained a number plans also are taking shape. A collaboration
Services suite in Bruton-Geer Hall, and of valuable parking spaces. between the colleges of Law and
I can be reached at 392.7044 or Note: Spaces around the "circle are Architecture has produced various models
patton@law.ufl.edu. Best wishes for a now "Orange unless otherwise indicated. and renderings, which will be featured in
healthy and happy future. the next UF Lawyer magazine.










New library shelving
New compact shelving will be installed
on the north side of the first floor reading
room during the latter half of July. Books
will be moved into those shelves immedi-
ately thereafter, and the move should be
completed by the end of the second week
in August, provided everything goes
according to schedule.
Seating in the first floor reading room
will be moved to the south side of the
room. The lab computers will replace those
in the Bruton-Geer lab, which will be the
main computer lab. Thirty-eight ports
remaining in the first floor reading room UF graduates second Poland Class
will be converted for laptop use by the Former Florida Supreme Court Justice Ben Overton (JD '52), center, recently challenged
beginning of school Aug. 16, including 90 graduates of the UF Center for American Law Studies in Warsaw to fulfill their obliga-
authentication of students to use Gatorlink tions as lawyers in protecting freedoms and helping to solve problems throughout the
and the Intemet. world. Overton spoke to the second graduating class of the joint UF Levin College of Law
For information or assistance: Associate and Warsaw University program, the first of its kind on American law in Central and
Librarians Rick Donnelly or Pam Eastem Europe. Interim Dean Jon Mills (second from left), and three of four UF students
Williams, or Legal Information Center in Warsaw on externships this summer also attended the ceremonies. (More on the Web at
Director Betty Taylor, 392.0417. www.law.ufl.edu/news/releases/0006142. shtml.)





UF Law Professor Nancy Dowd: Value fathers for
Faculty in the spotlight nurturing, not genes or dollars
* Director of Professionalism Programs n her new book, Redefining Fatherhood, scheduled for publication
John Berry commented for a Knight by New York University Press in August, UF law professor and
Ridder/Tribune News Service story about family law expert Nancy Dowd argues that parenthood for men
President Clinton's lying under oath, and should be redefined as nurturing rather than being thought of in
on general law profession standards. biological or economic terms.
* Professor Thomas Cotter was quoted in "Fatherhood means doing," she said. "It doesn't mean paying, it
an article for The Oregonian on the infor- doesn't mean begetting. Yet society's notion of what it means to be a
mation technology industry and tax law father in terms of what we legally require and support conforms with
revisions. the classic definition of the father as breadwinner, not the father as caregiver."
* Professor Lars Noah was quoted in an Traditionally, men have been employed in a different range ofjobs that pay more
article in The Baltimore Sun on the "abor- than women's work, and may be reluctant to spend more time with their children if it
tion pill" debate and possible FDA means jeopardizing the family's income, according to Dowd, who feels that to assure
restrictions. that all families have sufficient income while they parent, some sort of family support
* Professor Joseph Little has responded system must be implemented, possibly modeled after Social Security benefits for wid-
this summer to a number of Florida owers, which permits a combination of part-time work and family care. Other improve-
media calls about city and county govem- ments she suggests include expanding parental leave policies to allow fathers and moth-
ment constitutional issues, including one ers to take time off work to care for sick children, attend school conferences or be pre-
on a court decision awarding more than sent at well-child doctor visits.
$700,000 to a former local govemment A UF Foundation Research Professor, Trustee Research Fellow, and Professor of
"whistle blower" employee who subse- Law, Dowd's areas of expertise include Contracts, Family Law, Employment
quently was fired. Discrimination, Women & the Law, and Torts. She was named 1991 Teacher of the Year
* Professor Thomas Hurst commented in and has received a Rockefeller Foundation Grant.
the Dallas Morning News on an impend- Note: Many Levin College of Law faculty are noted scholars and authors. For a more complete
ing airline merger and possible reduction listing, see Faculty & StaffNews; UF Lawyer magazine; and the "Faculty" link on the college
of competition in the airline industry. Web site. Faculty scholarship will be spotlighted in this space on a regular basis.
(Continued on page 4)










New library shelving
New compact shelving will be installed
on the north side of the first floor reading
room during the latter half of July. Books
will be moved into those shelves immedi-
ately thereafter, and the move should be
completed by the end of the second week
in August, provided everything goes
according to schedule.
Seating in the first floor reading room
will be moved to the south side of the
room. The lab computers will replace those
in the Bruton-Geer lab, which will be the
main computer lab. Thirty-eight ports
remaining in the first floor reading room UF graduates second Poland Class
will be converted for laptop use by the Former Florida Supreme Court Justice Ben Overton (JD '52), center, recently challenged
beginning of school Aug. 16, including 90 graduates of the UF Center for American Law Studies in Warsaw to fulfill their obliga-
authentication of students to use Gatorlink tions as lawyers in protecting freedoms and helping to solve problems throughout the
and the Intemet. world. Overton spoke to the second graduating class of the joint UF Levin College of Law
For information or assistance: Associate and Warsaw University program, the first of its kind on American law in Central and
Librarians Rick Donnelly or Pam Eastem Europe. Interim Dean Jon Mills (second from left), and three of four UF students
Williams, or Legal Information Center in Warsaw on externships this summer also attended the ceremonies. (More on the Web at
Director Betty Taylor, 392.0417. www.law.ufl.edu/news/releases/0006142. shtml.)





UF Law Professor Nancy Dowd: Value fathers for
Faculty in the spotlight nurturing, not genes or dollars
* Director of Professionalism Programs n her new book, Redefining Fatherhood, scheduled for publication
John Berry commented for a Knight by New York University Press in August, UF law professor and
Ridder/Tribune News Service story about family law expert Nancy Dowd argues that parenthood for men
President Clinton's lying under oath, and should be redefined as nurturing rather than being thought of in
on general law profession standards. biological or economic terms.
* Professor Thomas Cotter was quoted in "Fatherhood means doing," she said. "It doesn't mean paying, it
an article for The Oregonian on the infor- doesn't mean begetting. Yet society's notion of what it means to be a
mation technology industry and tax law father in terms of what we legally require and support conforms with
revisions. the classic definition of the father as breadwinner, not the father as caregiver."
* Professor Lars Noah was quoted in an Traditionally, men have been employed in a different range ofjobs that pay more
article in The Baltimore Sun on the "abor- than women's work, and may be reluctant to spend more time with their children if it
tion pill" debate and possible FDA means jeopardizing the family's income, according to Dowd, who feels that to assure
restrictions. that all families have sufficient income while they parent, some sort of family support
* Professor Joseph Little has responded system must be implemented, possibly modeled after Social Security benefits for wid-
this summer to a number of Florida owers, which permits a combination of part-time work and family care. Other improve-
media calls about city and county govem- ments she suggests include expanding parental leave policies to allow fathers and moth-
ment constitutional issues, including one ers to take time off work to care for sick children, attend school conferences or be pre-
on a court decision awarding more than sent at well-child doctor visits.
$700,000 to a former local govemment A UF Foundation Research Professor, Trustee Research Fellow, and Professor of
"whistle blower" employee who subse- Law, Dowd's areas of expertise include Contracts, Family Law, Employment
quently was fired. Discrimination, Women & the Law, and Torts. She was named 1991 Teacher of the Year
* Professor Thomas Hurst commented in and has received a Rockefeller Foundation Grant.
the Dallas Morning News on an impend- Note: Many Levin College of Law faculty are noted scholars and authors. For a more complete
ing airline merger and possible reduction listing, see Faculty & StaffNews; UF Lawyer magazine; and the "Faculty" link on the college
of competition in the airline industry. Web site. Faculty scholarship will be spotlighted in this space on a regular basis.
(Continued on page 4)










New library shelving
New compact shelving will be installed
on the north side of the first floor reading
room during the latter half of July. Books
will be moved into those shelves immedi-
ately thereafter, and the move should be
completed by the end of the second week
in August, provided everything goes
according to schedule.
Seating in the first floor reading room
will be moved to the south side of the
room. The lab computers will replace those
in the Bruton-Geer lab, which will be the
main computer lab. Thirty-eight ports
remaining in the first floor reading room UF graduates second Poland Class
will be converted for laptop use by the Former Florida Supreme Court Justice Ben Overton (JD '52), center, recently challenged
beginning of school Aug. 16, including 90 graduates of the UF Center for American Law Studies in Warsaw to fulfill their obliga-
authentication of students to use Gatorlink tions as lawyers in protecting freedoms and helping to solve problems throughout the
and the Intemet. world. Overton spoke to the second graduating class of the joint UF Levin College of Law
For information or assistance: Associate and Warsaw University program, the first of its kind on American law in Central and
Librarians Rick Donnelly or Pam Eastem Europe. Interim Dean Jon Mills (second from left), and three of four UF students
Williams, or Legal Information Center in Warsaw on externships this summer also attended the ceremonies. (More on the Web at
Director Betty Taylor, 392.0417. www.law.ufl.edu/news/releases/0006142. shtml.)





UF Law Professor Nancy Dowd: Value fathers for
Faculty in the spotlight nurturing, not genes or dollars
* Director of Professionalism Programs n her new book, Redefining Fatherhood, scheduled for publication
John Berry commented for a Knight by New York University Press in August, UF law professor and
Ridder/Tribune News Service story about family law expert Nancy Dowd argues that parenthood for men
President Clinton's lying under oath, and should be redefined as nurturing rather than being thought of in
on general law profession standards. biological or economic terms.
* Professor Thomas Cotter was quoted in "Fatherhood means doing," she said. "It doesn't mean paying, it
an article for The Oregonian on the infor- doesn't mean begetting. Yet society's notion of what it means to be a
mation technology industry and tax law father in terms of what we legally require and support conforms with
revisions. the classic definition of the father as breadwinner, not the father as caregiver."
* Professor Lars Noah was quoted in an Traditionally, men have been employed in a different range ofjobs that pay more
article in The Baltimore Sun on the "abor- than women's work, and may be reluctant to spend more time with their children if it
tion pill" debate and possible FDA means jeopardizing the family's income, according to Dowd, who feels that to assure
restrictions. that all families have sufficient income while they parent, some sort of family support
* Professor Joseph Little has responded system must be implemented, possibly modeled after Social Security benefits for wid-
this summer to a number of Florida owers, which permits a combination of part-time work and family care. Other improve-
media calls about city and county govem- ments she suggests include expanding parental leave policies to allow fathers and moth-
ment constitutional issues, including one ers to take time off work to care for sick children, attend school conferences or be pre-
on a court decision awarding more than sent at well-child doctor visits.
$700,000 to a former local govemment A UF Foundation Research Professor, Trustee Research Fellow, and Professor of
"whistle blower" employee who subse- Law, Dowd's areas of expertise include Contracts, Family Law, Employment
quently was fired. Discrimination, Women & the Law, and Torts. She was named 1991 Teacher of the Year
* Professor Thomas Hurst commented in and has received a Rockefeller Foundation Grant.
the Dallas Morning News on an impend- Note: Many Levin College of Law faculty are noted scholars and authors. For a more complete
ing airline merger and possible reduction listing, see Faculty & StaffNews; UF Lawyer magazine; and the "Faculty" link on the college
of competition in the airline industry. Web site. Faculty scholarship will be spotlighted in this space on a regular basis.
(Continued on page 4)









C(Continuedfrom page 3) be reactivated within 24-48 hours.
Professor Michael Gordon has been After graduation, LEXIS can help you
For more events: reelected to a three-year term on the prepare for your bar exam. Ifyou're inter-
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SCongratulations to

Yolanda Mickle
Levin College of Law June Employee of the Month


Senior Secretary Yolanda Mickle is June Employee of the Month, and was
presented with a plant, plaque and lunch certificate from Bennigan's.
"Yolanda is an experienced secretary who received many nominations for her
hard work, positive attitude and dedicated service. Please join us in congratulat-
ing Yolanda for a job well done," said Associate Dean Kenneth Nunn. "Congratulations also to all our
great employees who were nominated."

Submit your nomination for a law school USPS employee for July Employee of the Month to Dean Nunn, 314 Holland
Hall, Nunn@law.ufl.edu. Previous nominations are carried over.