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Table of Contents
    Noted antitrust expert named first Criser Eminent Scholar
        Page 1
    Student affairs
        Page 2
    Announcement
        Page 3
    Student news
        Page 3
    Focus on your career
        Page 4
    Inside the law school
        Page 5
    Calendar
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Law

Fredric G. Levin College of Law Newsletter Vol. 4 No. 2 August 28, 2000

INSIDE Noted antitrust expert named
Career Servces first Criser Eminent Scholar -e 3 D A,
Career Services
workshops & job WX 0
workshops &job illiam H. Page, regarded as one of the ur superb students
opportunities n
nation's top antitrust scholars, has been selected as and faculty deserve world-
(pg. 2) the law school's first Marshall M. Criser Eminent class library and classroom
Broaden your legal Scholar in Electronic Communications and facilities. The Levin College
horizons through Administrative Law. He will teach antitrust, of Law has been engaged in
administrative law and civil procedure. an intensive fundraising
Page, formerly J. Will Young Professor ofLaw at campaign to secure funding
abroad (pg. 2) Mississippi College, served as a trial attorney in the for a new, modern building
IP Certificate Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of that will help us continue
Justice. He began his academic career at Boston our progress toward joining
Orientation (pg. 3) .
n ( 3 University School of Law, and joined the the very top tier of
Faculty in the Mississippi College faculty in 1981. American law schools.
Sp iht (g 5) "We are delighted to add someone of the stature Preliminary plans for this
and expertise of Professor Page to our faculty," said facility have been prepared
And more... Dean Jon Mills. "And it is dou- after soliciting input from
bly rewarding to have him fill students, faculty and staff at the law school. We
the eminent scholar chair so gen- continue to look for the best design. Please let
t's never too erly to erously provided by former UF us hear your ideas.
star peparng fo President Marshall Criser and In the meantime, we have been renovating
start preparing for your his wife, Paula." and upgrading our facilities to enhance the
legal career. Check out The Criser chair was estab- learning environment for our current students.
the new "Focus on Your lished through a $600,000 gift We now have two state-of-the-art classrooms,
Career" column on page from the Crisers, and $420,000 with a third on the way. We have restriped the
4. Make it a point to e from the state's Matching Gifts back parking lot, as per a student suggestion,
e it a pnt t age Trust Fund. Criser is a 1951 UF and restructured the front lot to add much-need-
frequently check the
law graduate, former member and chair of the ed parking spaces. Many more efforts are in
"Career Services" link on Florida Board of Regents, UF Foundation director, progress, and we encourage your input. Please
the law school Web site, and UF president, 1984-89. He is with the plan to attend one of our regularly scheduled
www.law.ufledu, for tips, Jacksonville law firm of McGuire, Woods, Battle & "Brown Bag with the Dean" luncheons to share
opportunities, hotlines, Boothe. your insights and concerns (see page 8 for dates
links and tools to help you Page has published articles and commentary in and times).
more than 20 journals and books, including recent Jon L. Mills, Interim Dean
find and get that perfect .
nd and get that perfect pieces on the Microsoft litigation. He is chair of the
job after graduation. Antitrust Committee of the American Bar
(summa cum laude) from the University of New
Association's Section on Administrative Law & Mex ad hs from the University of
Mexico, and his LL.M from the University of
Regulatory Practice, and chaired the Antitrust Chicago.
Section of the Association of American Law
UNIVERSITY OF Mills noted Page adds impetus to the law
Schools. He was a reporter for the Mississippi s s new itelletual popet law
Fe mA Cut Advisory Committee on Rules. A school s new intellectual property law certificate
FLORIDA Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Rules.
Fredric G. Levin College of Law A native of New Orleans, Page received his B.A. program, the only one in the southeast and one of
~ laude), fm T e .D. only 13 in the U.S.
(cum laude) from Tulane University, his J.D.
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Center for Career Services California, London, Paris and South America.
Interested students should submit resumes to
Extended hours Career Services or fax their information to
312.946.3989 before the interview.
The Center for Career Services is now open
Florida law students gain until 8 p.m. each Wednesday. The additional Study Abroad
hours are for counseling only, so please make
international experience and
an appointment. We look forward to seeing you.
exposure, and a distinguish- Apply now for Exchange Programs in
ing edge in today's competi- Resume and interviewing workshops France, Germany, the Netherlands
tive job market, through pro- If you need assistance with your resume, cover Students can expand their legal horizons
Sletter or interviewing skills, mark your calendar through a semester of study at the University of
grams offered on campus and .
and attend the following sessions: Montpellier, France; Johann Wolfgang Goethe-
abroad. Students and faculty Walk-In Resume Review, today (Aug. 28), Universitat, Germany; or Leiden University, the
alike benefit from exchange 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Career Services Netherlands, through the law school's Student
programs with renowned I.C.A.N. Information Session, Tuesday (Aug. Exchange Programs ABA-approved and
international institutions of 29), 3 p.m., Bailey Courtroom exclusively for UF law students. Participants must
law study, including Johann Call-Back Interviews, Friday, Oct. 6, 11:30 be fluent in the language of instruction. (If you are
a.m., Faculty Dining Room not completely fluent, there are opportunities via
Wolfgang Goethe Universitat
host institutions to take language courses to
in Frankfurt, Germany; Mock Interview Program today acquire proficiency.)
University of British A Mock Interview Program will be held Montpellier University is in the sunny region
Columbia, Vancouver, British today (Aug. 28), through Friday (Sept. 1). of southern France, six miles from the
Columbia, Canada; (Students should have pre-registered by Aug. 24.) Mediterranean coast and around 60 from the
University of Montpellier, Pyrenees mountains. The Montpellier Faculty of
Job Fair orientations Law was established in the 12th Century, and took
anc; Unisity of To participate in one of the following job fairs part in drafting the Napoleonic Civil Code -
Stellenbosch, South Africa; this fall, you must attend the appropriate which still applies in France and serves as a model
and Leiden University, the orientation: for all countries governed by Civil Law.
Netherlands. South Atlantic Recruiting Conference (SARC) Considered an "ancient" university, Montpellier
The law school also jointly Orientation Friday (Sept. 1), 1:50 p.m., Bailey won an international reputation in 1137 in
sponsors ABA-approved Courtroom Medicine, and in 1160 in Law. The Faculty of Law
Southeastern Law Placement Consortium offers a wide choice of subjects in law and politi-
Summer Law Programs with (SELPC) Orientation Friday, Sept. 15, Bailey cal sciences, and is engaged in international rela-
the University of Montpellier, Courtroom tionships comprising more than 70 nationalities.
France, and University of Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitat is one
Cape Town, South Africa U.S. Dept. of Justice Program Sept. 5 of 10 universities in Frankfurt, with close to
(focusing on Comparative If you want to know more about the U.S. 35,443 students from 117 different nationalities
Department of Justice, don't miss the information- enrolled. More than 170
and International Law), and
al program Tuesday, Sept. 5, 1:50 p.m., Bailey different courses are
University of Costa Rica Courtroom. Opportunities will be available for taught in 21 differ-
(Environmental and Land entry level attorneys and summer law interns. ent departments,
Use Law). For information: Applications will be provided. The DOJ must including law, the-
Noemar Castro, 392.0421, receive applications by Monday, Sept. 25. ology, education,
Castro~w. ufl edu. Tax student interviews Sept. 14 history and archeol-
ogy.
Deloitte & Touche Global Tax and Legal Frankfurt is a global
Services partners will be on campus to interview center ofinternational
tax students Sept. 14, for all of its major U.S. & banking, a busy trade
global locations: New York, Washington D.C.,
Detroit, Chicago, Northern and Southern a (Continuedpage 3)


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Announcements Student Organization Fair
Get information...get acquainted...get involved...
Get a reserved space Car pool to school
with the many student organizations a., ,
Tired of looking for a parking place? Get a with the many student organizations My advice to in-
reserved space by joining a car pool. Sign up in at the Levin College of Law coming students is to
Student Affairs with your group of three students Wednesday, Sept. 13 take advantage of the
from Alachua County, or two from outside the 10 a.m.-2 p.m. many resoures avail-
10many resources avail-
county. If you don't have a group, put your name on l, iable at UF, partiularly
a list to see if there are other students living near i, Holland Hall Concoursele
the people.
you interested in forming a car pool. Another alter- !1 "111 you interested in forming a car pool. Anoher aer- For information: Gil Sanchez, LCC Office One-on-one discussions
native: take the bus, free for UF students (schedules -wi
available in Student Affairs). There are many with professors and
options, so take advantage of the free bus system. Schaffnit & Fletcher. Beer, wine and hors d'oeuvres administrators, as well
provided. For information: Stan Cushman, as other students, can
IP Orientation scheduled Thursday 376.5242, or Michelle Neumann, 380.0525 greatly enhance the
Students interested in the Intellectual Property learning experience
Certificate Program should attend an orientation Student News beyond classroom
meeting Thursday (Aug. 31), 5:30 p.m., 190A instruction.9
Holland Hall. For information: IP Program Director JLPP Fall Writing Competition Christina
Thomas Cotter, 392.2235, cotter@law.ufl.edu. The Introductory Meeting for the JLPP Fall 2000 Bohannan'97
Bohannan '97
Open Writing Competition is Thursday (Aug. 31),
"Brown Bag" Thursday with Dean 6:15 p.m., 296 Holland Hall. The competition is
Come share your insights and concerns with open to second, third and fourth semester students.
Dean Jon Mills at a series of "Brown Bag" ses- For information: Student Works Executive Abigail
sions. The luncheons are scheduled for 11:30 a.m. Jorandby, JLPP office, ajorandby@hotmail.com.
in the Faculty Dining Room this Thursday (Aug.
31); Monday, Sept. 25; Tuesday, Oct. 10; Thursday, JLSA meeting today
Oct. 26; Wednesday, Nov. 8; and Tuesday, Nov. 28. All students are welcome at the Jewish Law
Students Association's first meeting of the semester,
Federal Bar Association social Sept. 7 today (Aug. 28), 6:30 p.m., 297 Holland Hall. Ideas
Students are invited to attend a free Gainesville for this year will be discussed, and elections held
Area Chapter of the Federal Bar Association social for new officers. Students also can subscribe to the
Thursday, Sept. 7, 4-6 p.m., Hippodrome Theater JLSA e-mail list to receive information about meet- Positions available
Lobby (25 SE 2nd Place). The event is sponsored ings and events by e-mailing ufjlsa@hotmail.com. *Videographers are
by McGalliard & Brady, Avera & Avera, and (Continuedpage 5) needed to tape skills
classes. Day and evening
(Study Abroad, from page 2) national boundaries. The Faculty of Law is the positions available, no
center and a major conference site. As home for largest in the Netherlands, and 4,368 students are experience necessary. See
more than 400 banks, the European Monetary enrolled in its many programs and institutes. At John, Brian or Jim in
Institute, and one of the most important European Leiden, UF students can choose from more than M a S ,
Media Services, 218
stock exchanges, the city is a first-rank business 150 courses in Public International Law, European
meeting point with global appeal. Community Law and Comparative Law. Leiden Bruton-Geer, to appy.
Leiden University is conveniently located in Law Courses are divided into four themes: Foreign .Assistant Professor Mark
the western part of the Netherlands. For 423 years, and Comparative Law, International and European Thurmon is looking for a
Leiden has influenced the city, and given it many Community Law, Legal History and Free Subjects. research assistant for fa
of the attributes of a typical college town. Leiden Applications for Student Exchange Programs esearc oall
has several professors who have won Nobel Prizes. are available in Student Affairs. Application dead- semester. To apply, con-
The Father of International Law, Hugo de Groot, line: Friday, Sept. 22, 4 p.m. For information on tact Professor Thurmon,
was a student at Leiden in the mid 1590's. The these or any other overseas programs: 392.4970, 353 Holland
Faculty of Law at Leiden has long pursued an www.law.ufl.edu "Student Affairs," or Student Hall.
international orientation, recognizing the need to Affairs Coordinator Noemar Castro, 392.0421,
train lawyers to confront problems transcending Castro@law.ufl. edu.


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Announcements Student Organization Fair
Get information...get acquainted...get involved...
Get a reserved space Car pool to school
with the many student organizations a., ,
Tired of looking for a parking place? Get a with the many student organizations My advice to in-
reserved space by joining a car pool. Sign up in at the Levin College of Law coming students is to
Student Affairs with your group of three students Wednesday, Sept. 13 take advantage of the
from Alachua County, or two from outside the 10 a.m.-2 p.m. many resoures avail-
10many resources avail-
county. If you don't have a group, put your name on l, iable at UF, partiularly
a list to see if there are other students living near i, Holland Hall Concoursele
the people.
you interested in forming a car pool. Another alter- !1 "111 you interested in forming a car pool. Anoher aer- For information: Gil Sanchez, LCC Office One-on-one discussions
native: take the bus, free for UF students (schedules -wi
available in Student Affairs). There are many with professors and
options, so take advantage of the free bus system. Schaffnit & Fletcher. Beer, wine and hors d'oeuvres administrators, as well
provided. For information: Stan Cushman, as other students, can
IP Orientation scheduled Thursday 376.5242, or Michelle Neumann, 380.0525 greatly enhance the
Students interested in the Intellectual Property learning experience
Certificate Program should attend an orientation Student News beyond classroom
meeting Thursday (Aug. 31), 5:30 p.m., 190A instruction.9
Holland Hall. For information: IP Program Director JLPP Fall Writing Competition Christina
Thomas Cotter, 392.2235, cotter@law.ufl.edu. The Introductory Meeting for the JLPP Fall 2000 Bohannan'97
Bohannan '97
Open Writing Competition is Thursday (Aug. 31),
"Brown Bag" Thursday with Dean 6:15 p.m., 296 Holland Hall. The competition is
Come share your insights and concerns with open to second, third and fourth semester students.
Dean Jon Mills at a series of "Brown Bag" ses- For information: Student Works Executive Abigail
sions. The luncheons are scheduled for 11:30 a.m. Jorandby, JLPP office, ajorandby@hotmail.com.
in the Faculty Dining Room this Thursday (Aug.
31); Monday, Sept. 25; Tuesday, Oct. 10; Thursday, JLSA meeting today
Oct. 26; Wednesday, Nov. 8; and Tuesday, Nov. 28. All students are welcome at the Jewish Law
Students Association's first meeting of the semester,
Federal Bar Association social Sept. 7 today (Aug. 28), 6:30 p.m., 297 Holland Hall. Ideas
Students are invited to attend a free Gainesville for this year will be discussed, and elections held
Area Chapter of the Federal Bar Association social for new officers. Students also can subscribe to the
Thursday, Sept. 7, 4-6 p.m., Hippodrome Theater JLSA e-mail list to receive information about meet- Positions available
Lobby (25 SE 2nd Place). The event is sponsored ings and events by e-mailing ufjlsa@hotmail.com. *Videographers are
by McGalliard & Brady, Avera & Avera, and (Continuedpage 5) needed to tape skills
classes. Day and evening
(Study Abroad, from page 2) national boundaries. The Faculty of Law is the positions available, no
center and a major conference site. As home for largest in the Netherlands, and 4,368 students are experience necessary. See
more than 400 banks, the European Monetary enrolled in its many programs and institutes. At John, Brian or Jim in
Institute, and one of the most important European Leiden, UF students can choose from more than M a S ,
Media Services, 218
stock exchanges, the city is a first-rank business 150 courses in Public International Law, European
meeting point with global appeal. Community Law and Comparative Law. Leiden Bruton-Geer, to appy.
Leiden University is conveniently located in Law Courses are divided into four themes: Foreign .Assistant Professor Mark
the western part of the Netherlands. For 423 years, and Comparative Law, International and European Thurmon is looking for a
Leiden has influenced the city, and given it many Community Law, Legal History and Free Subjects. research assistant for fa
of the attributes of a typical college town. Leiden Applications for Student Exchange Programs esearc oall
has several professors who have won Nobel Prizes. are available in Student Affairs. Application dead- semester. To apply, con-
The Father of International Law, Hugo de Groot, line: Friday, Sept. 22, 4 p.m. For information on tact Professor Thurmon,
was a student at Leiden in the mid 1590's. The these or any other overseas programs: 392.4970, 353 Holland
Faculty of Law at Leiden has long pursued an www.law.ufl.edu "Student Affairs," or Student Hall.
international orientation, recognizing the need to Affairs Coordinator Noemar Castro, 392.0421,
train lawyers to confront problems transcending Castro@law.ufl. edu.


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44Being a law school I mJ [
graduate opened many
doors when I started Want the perectjob? Get started now
practicing in Miami. I T are "ancient history"; are political or controversial
was appointed attorney his is the first (unless a particular item is appropriate for this
ad litemin a case in a series focusing on a particular audience); that do not make sense and
thanks to a call from goal of great importance therefore would require valuable time to explain;
my Evidence professor to you and the Levin or that are inaccurate, false or misleading.
to a local judge. Since College of Law your Include items that are good ice breakers to get
e, h success in finding the right job after graduation. the conversation started: unique hobbies or unusu-
then, I have honored
t t n b The best jobs go to candidates who begin al talents; experiences that showcase your skills,
Stradion by building their resumes and making contacts as education and abilities; leadership positions that
looking out for other early as their first year. You need to know early give confidence in your abilities; and professional
College of Law gradu- what kind of career you are interested in, and memberships or anything else that will illustrate to
ates, by mentoring begin accumulating the knowledge and experience employers how you can be a valuable addition.
them, hiring them as that will make you attractive to an employer. Staff Prepare your talking points. Think about
law clerks and as in the Center for Career Services are here to help what it is about you that would most attract an
lawyers in my firm. UF you, and we hope this series will focus your employer. Consider your skills, passions, experi-
students are always efforts on the things you can do to assure future ences and talents, and then pare those to four-to-
prepared, motivated success in searching, finding and getting your six key traits that will become talking points. For
and trustworthy. I am perfect job. example, ifyou were chosen by a professor to be
grateful to be a recipi- a research assistant, one of your talking points
ent of an excellent edu- Interviewing can be fun (or should be "Skill at Legal Research." Likewise, if
cation from the at least need not be painful!) you are creative, one of your talking points might
be "Innovation."
University of Florida By Amee R. McKim, J.D., Placement It is much more effective to illustrate to a
College of Law.9 Director, Ohio State University College of Law potential employer through concrete examples
-W. George Allen '63 your skill at researching than to tell an interviewer
Attorney Interviewing is an integral, critical component you are good at research.
Distinguished UF of the successful job search process. The key to Accentuate the positive and rehearse rough
Alumnus effective interviewing is recognizing that you need spots. Your job in the interview is to sell yourself,
not be a passive receptacle for interview ques- though you should recognize the line between
Former President, tions; but that you should be an active, engaging confidence and arrogance and not cross it. Never
National Bar participant. Keeping that in mind, try these tips: walk into an interview feeling you are not quali-
Association Know your audience. Research the potential fied, are not a viable candidate, or don't have a
employer thoroughly prior to the interview. chance. Those feelings will, at best, hamper your
Review recruiting materials and Web sites, but efforts to secure the position. It is natural, and to
don't neglect to check for the not-so-obvious. Talk some extent, desirable to be a little nervous.
to other students or graduates who have worked Nervousness should not interfere with your ability
for or with the employer, search the Internet for to articulate your qualifications. If it does, inter-
news stories, search for cases involving the firm's view coaching and practice interview sessions are
lawyers, talk to former judicial clerks who may in order.
have had dealings with the firm, check with Anticipate possible tough questions, and
Career Services for information on the employer, prepare articulate responses. Ifyou have obvi-
and call a bar association for information (such as ous gaps on your resume, or have avoided law
in what positions or committees the lawyers school grades on your resume, savvy interviewers
serve). will probably ask. Your goal is to give a short,
Anything on your resume or in your cover articulate response, turn it into a positive, and then
letter is "fair game." Be prepared to discuss any- get offthe subject. Answers to tough questions
thing that appears on your resume, or in your should be practiced (in front of the mirror, and
cover letter. In general, don't include items that (Continuedpage 6)

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Faculty and Staff in the Spotlight and Judicial Review," 10 Duke Envtl. & Pol y F.
SProfessor Jonathan Cohen wrote (2000). He also accepted offers of publication for
"Apology and Lawsuits: Toward "What's Wrong with 'Constitutionalizing Food and
Better Lawyering and Dispute Drug Law'?" 75 Tulane L. Rev. (Dec. 2000); "Peer
Resolution," in Alternative, and Review and Regulatory Reform," 30 Envtl. L. Rep.
"Apology: Moral Conduct Can Also (Aug. 2000); "Comments on the Restatement Law reunion
Be Good Business," in Dispute (Third) of Torts," 9 Kan. JL. & Pub. Pol y (Dec. rescheduled
Resolution Magazine. His article, "In 2000); and "Snuffing Out the FDA's Tobacco
ohen God's Garden: Creation and Cloning Restrictions," Health L. News (Sept. 2000). Noah The date for the law
in Jewish Thought," 29 Hastings will be a visiting professor at the University of school's Reunion 2000
Center Report 4, 7-12, will be reprinted in The Texas School of Law this semester, teaching a Weekend for class years
Human Cloning Debate, 2nd ed., 2000. He was small section of Torts (integrated with research and" or "5"
quoted extensively recently in American Medical writing exercises) and Products Liability. He will ending in has
News regarding his study on the use of apology as present his latest paper, "Civil Jury Nullification," been postponed from
a means of dispute resolution. to the Texas faculty in mid-September. He will Sept. 8-9 to Feb. 9-10.
continue assembling a casebook he is co-authoring (he weekend was not
Professor Paul Magnarella's book, Justice in with Barbara Noah, Medical Technology and the eeen w o
Africa, has been nominated for the Law, and hopes to start working on a new manu- convenient for many
Raphael Lemkin Award from the script tentatively entitled "Mapping the Haphazard alumni, and fewer than
Institute for the Study of Genocide, to Diffusion of Knowledge in the Biomedical 30 had registered.)
be presented March 2001. The award is Community." He will begin serving as vice-chair
for best book or dissertation in English of the Food & Drug Law Committee of the ABA Plans ae underwayfor
in 1999-2000 that focuses on explana- Section on Administrative Law & Regulatory the spring reunion. The
tions of genocide, crimes against Practice, and continue serving as a member of the Gator basketball team
Magnarella humanity, state mass killings and gross Editorial Advisory Board for the Food & Drug will host Arkansas at
violations of human rights and strate- Law Journal.
gies to prevent such violations. The noon Saturday, Feb. 10,
Award carries a stipend of $500, with Professor Walter Weyrauch's essay and the Gator baseball
matching travel funds for an award cer- "Nonrational Sources of Scholarship: team wil host Tennessee.
S emony lecture at the Institute in New Remembering David Daube (1909-
York. 1999)," has been accepted for publi- It wil be a fun weekend
Professor Robert Moffat's "Whining cation in Rechtshistorisches Journal, to be on campus for
Professor Robert Moffat's "Whining ajournal of legal history, publshed
in the Spoiled Society: Can Semiotics Gator sports. There wm
Moffat in Frankfurt, Germany, in German,
Help Us Survive Prosperity?" is English, French and Ilian be a dinner Friday night,
Chapter XVI in "The Law" vs. "The Weyrauch English, French and Italian.and
People," Peter Lang Publishers, 2000. Professor Thomas Cotter co-
Professor Lars Noah has published authored "The Elusive Logic of barbeque lunch at the
"Rewarding Regulatory Compliance: Standing Doctrine in Intellectual College before the game
The Pursuit of Symmetry in Products Property Law," reprinted from the Saturday.
Liability," 88 Geo. L.J. 2147 (2000); Tulane Law Review.
and (with co-authors) "Regulatory
Noah Improvement Legislation: Risk
Assessment, Cost-Benefit Analysis, Cotter


(Student News, from page 3) p.m., 190C Holland Hall
Moot Court Schedule Sept. 19 Briefs due in Moot Court
The Moot Court Intramural Schedule for fall: Office by 5 p.m.
* This Thursday (Aug. 31) Informational Sept. 21 Oral Argument Seminar,
Meeting, 5:30 p.m., 190C Holland Hall 5:30 p.m., 190C Holland Hall
* Sept. 5 BriefWriting Seminar, Sept. 28-Oct. 1 Oral Arguments (Times TBA)
5:30 p.m., 190C Holland Hall For information: Jowanna Nicole Oates, vice
* Sept. 12 Question and Answer Session, 5:30 chair, publicity, egypt30@hotmail.com
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Don't miss the For more events: www.law.ufl.edu/calendar

Student AUGUsT SEPTEMBER
28 Walk-In Resume Review, 1 Mock Interview
Organization 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Career Services Program, 8:30 a.m.-
29 I.C.A.N. Information Session, 4:30 p.m., Career Services
Fair, Sept. 13, 3 p.m., Bailey courtroom 5 Trial Team Meeting,
31 Brown Bag with the Dean, 11:30 a.m., 5:30 p.m.,190 HOL
10-2 p.m., Faculty Dining Room U.S. Department of Justice
*Co IP Certificate Program Orientation presentation, 1:50 p.m., 190 HOL
Concourse meeting, 5:30 p.m., 190A HOL 6 Florida Law Review Open Writing
JLPP Fall 2000 Open Writing Competition meeting, 5:30, 190C HOL
Competition meeting, 6:15 p.m., 11 Florida Law Toastmasters meeting,
296 HOL 5-6 p.m., 190C HOL
Moot Court Informational Meeting, JLPP General Board Meeting,
5:30 p.m., 190C HOL 5:20 p.m., 190A HOL
13 Health Hut, 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.,
Concourse

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each week school is in yourself. It is your job to adjust to the interviewer's
session to inform and style; to answer all questions appropriately, and to



Deadline: 10 a.m. you want to spend your working hours, and ulti-
Tuesday for the next mately, if the job is a good fit for your abilities,
week's newsletter. work habits, goals and ambitions.
E-mail news to Remembering you are evaluating the interview
JZalaw@law.ufl.edu, er, justaas he or she is evaluating you, can go a
or bring a disk long way towards equalizing the power in the
(PC format, text in interview and enhancing your performance.
WordPerfect or Word), Be healthy. Although it seems like common
("nterviewing "from page 4) sense that you should take care of yourself, it is
including author's with others) but not rehearsed to the point that they amazing how many students and attorneys put
name and contact sound memorized. good health on the back burner. Being mentally
information), to Prepare your questions. Much of your success and physically healthy is a good sell to potential
Communications, 288 in an interview may be based on questions you ask employers, and you will ultimately project yourself
Holland Hall. (Submit of the interviewer. Develop thoughtful, insightful, as more confident and competent ifyou look and
news for The Docket, and individualized questions, not so basic that they feel your best. Despite time demands, make time to
the student newsletter, could be answered through cursory research. Think take care of yourself, eat right, exercise, relax and
to the John Marshall about the two or three items in a workplace that consult professionals, if necessary.
Bar Association.) are most important to you, aside from salary and The fall recruiting season is here. Don't wait
benefits such as cooperation or competition until the last minute to begin interview prepara-
Editor: Debra Amirin, among employees, type of supervision, or quality tions. Remember, you are a candidate worth inter-
Associate Director of of life. viewing, and an employer would be well-served to
Sn uuenino Director Asking in-depth questions illustrates you have hire you. Thoughtful planning and research prior to
tof Communi ationsre don ue your homework and spent time determining interviewing will help the employer recognize your

Susie Grace, Program what kind of environment you are searching for. value, and can take the pain out of the process.
Assistant. Christine Be responsive, but the interview is a two-way Click on "Career Services" at the law school
Williams, Student street. Th e productive interview is ajuggling act Web site, www.law.ufl.edu, for more interview-
Assistant. between dual responsibilities to the interviewer and ing and career development tips.

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