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Table of Contents
    Free panel discussion: 'India and the U.S.: intellectual property, international trade, and investment issues'
        Page 1
    Student affairs
        Page 2
    In stride - tips for healthy living
        Page 3
    Inside the law school
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        Page 5
    Calendar
        Page 6
    Richard E. Nelson symposium on Florida's Growth Management Legislation
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Law

Fredric G. Levin College of Law Newsletter Vol. 4 No. 3 Sept. 11, 2000

Levin painting unveiled
Associate Deans Kenneth Nunn (left), Gail Sasnett and
Mike Seigel, and Interim Dean Jon Mills joined promi-
nent trial attorney Fredric G. Levin '61 (right) in late
SAugust to view a painting that soon will hang perma-
nently in the Dean's Office lobby. The painting, by artist
Jeff Bass, commemorates Levin's legal career and $10
million donation to the law school named in his
honor in 1999. It portrays Levin in the courtroom with
an actual client, who suffered asbestos poisoning, and
shows the late Lawton Chiles who as Governor paved
the way for the state and representative attorneys to sue
U.S. tobacco companies for medical expenses in ground-
breaking legal action in an inset portrait.







Free panel discussion: "India and the U.S.: Intellectual
Property, International Trade, and Investment Issues"

Students and faculty interested in international trade conflicts between the United States and India
business and intellectual property law in general, issues representative of challenges faced by
Remember to frequently and as they relate to India and other developing developing countries in meeting their WTO commit-
visit the Levin College of countries in particular, are invited to attend a free ments. International Programs Director Stephen
Law Web site, panel discussion next Monday (Sept. 18), 1-2:30 Powell will moderate.
www.law.ufledu, for p.m., Bailey Courtroom. Topics will include intellectual property rights
The discussion will feature the Honorable V. involving software, domain names and indigenous
Lakshmi Kumaran of Lakshmikumaran & knowledge; the U.S. protest against India's invest-
PDF format, and Sridharan, New Delhi, India. Kumaran formerly ment regime for automobiles; complaints by both
information on served as Deputy Secretary in India's Ministry of countries about chemical imports into India; and
programs and events. Finance, and is an expert on international trade, tax dispute settlement cases initiated by India against
and the World Trade Organization. He and law U.S. trade remedy investigations of Indian imports
SUNIVERSITY OF school panalists Professors Michael Gordon and into the United States. Audience participation will
FLORIDA Thomas Cotter will explore the extensive roster of be encouraged.
Fredric G. Levin College of Law
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Mandatory Center for Career Services Back Interview Workshop, Friday, Oct. 6, 11:30
registration a.m., Faculty Dining Room.
for student NAPIL Conference & Career Fair Tax student interviews Thursday
organizations The National Association for Public Interest Deloitte & Touhe Global Tax and Legal
The following have not yet Law (NAPIL) is the leading organization engaged Services partners will be on campus to interview
in organizing, training and supporting public serv-
registered with the law in organizing, training and supporting publi serv- tax students Thursday (Sept. 14), for all of its
ice-minded law students, and is the national leader major US. & global locations: New York,
school's Office of Student in creating summer and post-graduate public inter- Washington D.C., Detroit, Chicago, Northern and
Activities and Office of est law jobs. The NAPIL Career Fair, Oct. 20-22, Southern California, London, Paris and South
StudentAffairs: Washington, D.C., is a unique opportunity for law America. Interested students should submit
*APALSA students to meet and interview with public interest resumes to Career Services or fax their informa-
*APIL employers from around the country in a single tion to 312.946.3989 before the interview.
location. The Conference presents an opportunity
for students to meet our nation's public interest Study Abroad
* CARIB LAW advocates and attend fascinating, one-of-a-kind
* Corporate Law panels and discussions. A .
Association Resumes are due to employers Sept. 18. For Netherland Exch ge Prora rm
Netherland Exchange Programs
* EASLS information: Career Services, 392.0499.
Students interested in a semester of study at the
* Environmental and Land Job Fair orientation University of Montpellier, France; Johann
Use Law Society To participate in the Southeastern Law Wolfgang Goethe-Universitat, Germany; or Leiden
* Estate Planning Law Placement Consortium (SELPC) job fair this fall, University, the Netherlands, through the law
Association you must attend the orientation Friday (Sept. 15), school's Student Exchange Programs, must
* Food Stamp Advocacy Bailey Courtroom. For information: Career Services, apply by Friday, Sept. 22, 4 p.m.
392.0499 Applications are available in Student Affairs.
* Health Law Association For information on these or any other overseas
* Health Law and Policy Call-Back Interview Workshop programs: www.law. ujf. edu "Student Affairs," or
Association If you need assistance with your interviewing Student Affairs Coordinator Noemar Castro,
* Intellectual Property skills, mark your calendar and attend the Call- 392.0421, Castro@law.ufl.edu.
Group
*ICLA Announcements "Brown Bags" with Dean Mills
* Law School Republicans Come share your insights and concerns with
* LITIGATOR Welcome back gathering for summer Dean Jon Mills at a "Brown Bag" luncheon. The
* Mediation and overseas program participants sessions are scheduled for 11:30 a.m. in the Faculty
Negotiation Association A welcome back gathering for overseas program Dining Room Monday, Sept. 25; Tuesday, Oct. 10;
* Phi Delta Phi participants, sponsored by Student Affairs and the Thursday, Oct. 26; Wednesday, Nov. 8; and
International Law Society, will be held Wednesday, Tuesday, Nov. 28.
* Real Property
Real Property Sept. 20, 5:20 p.m., Faculty Dining Room. ud nt
* UMOJA Attendees can meet others who travelled overseas Student News
Failure to register implies during the spring and summer, as well as partici-
the organization will not be pants in the LL.M. in Comparative Law Program. APALSA meeting
active during this academic Refreshments will be served. For information: The Asian and Pacific American Law Students'
Student Affairs Coordinator Noemar Castro, Association will hold its first meeting of the
year and thus unable to 1
392.0421. semester today (Sept. 11), 5:20 p.m., 190B
request funds or rooms for Holland Hall. All are welcome.
meetings. For information: Student briefs and memos
Noemar Castro, 392.0421, Professor Joseph Jackson still has a number of Revised Moot Court schedule
castro@law.ufledu. Spring 1999 Entering Student briefs and memos The revised Moot Court Intramural fall schedule:
from last year. To retrieve them, please come by the Sept. 12 Question and Answer Session,
Legal Research and Writing office before Friday 5:30 p.m., 190C Holland Hall
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Scholarships
1ND VAdvanced Student
Scholarships for second
Don't be afraid to ask for help and third year law stu-
SH Health (wellness, nutrition, exercise, and sleep) dents are now being
i any people think A Academic (school and career directed work) offered. The scholarships
anxiety and stress caused D Diversity (cultural and aesthetic growth and their eligibility

In the book Law School requirements are listed on
n the book Law Schoo E Emotional (expression of feelings and desires)
Without Fear (1996), the the financial aid bulletin
WithoutFear (1996), the S Spiritual (quest for meaning)
authors explain that "One board. Applications are
of the unpleasant but If you feel you are lacking in a S.H.A.D.E.S. alale in
enduring truths in life is area, or your problem is too comprehensive to be available tudent
that most of our greatest solved alone, consider these resources: Affairs. The deadline to
Wertz personal advances, most Within the law school applyisWednesday, Sept.
creative leaps, the times when we really move for- Academic Gail Sasnett, Associate Dean of 29. For information:
ward in our self-understanding and our self-aware- Students; Pat Shannon, Assistant Dean for Student Financial Aid Director
ness, come from unhappy, stressful and unpleasant Affairs92.0421 Trish Varnes, Student
experiences" (p. 190). At times, all you can do is Financial Trish Varnes, Director ofFinancial Aid, Affairs, 392.0421.
cope. The truth is, we all experience periods of 392.0421
intellectual confusion and emotional tension. Fear Career Services Kathy Urbach, Interim Assistant
and anxiety are all part of the experience of legal Dean for Career Services, 392.0499
education. Law study relentlessly puts mind, body Outside the law school
and emotions to the test. Some of the most com- Office for Student Services, P202 Peabody Hall,
mon issues found in students (law students in par- 392.1261
ticular) are career indecision, depression, test anxi- University Counseling Center, P301 Peabody Positions
ety, stress, academic performance problems and Hall, 392.1575 available
low self-confidence. Student Mental Health Center, 245 Student *Videographers are
What you can do is use strategies to cope, and Health Care Center, 392.1171 needed to tape skills
ask for help when you need it. There are resources Alachua County Crisis Center, 730 N. Waldo classes. Day and evening
available through the law school and University Road, 334.0888
positions available, no
that are free to students. All you have to do is ask. Campus Ministries Cooperative, 392.1261
When law school seems to be unbearable, consider Center for Sexual Assault/Abuse Recovery and experience necessary.
these simple coping strategies to help you move Education (CARE), Third floor, Student Health John, Brian or Jim in
through your challenges. If the strategies do not Care Center, 392.1161, ext. 4231. Media Services, 218
seem to be working, do not be afraid to seek out- Web sites Bruton-Geer, to apply.
side assistance. www.counsel. u. edu

Coping strategies www.health.ufl.edu/shcc The law school's Office
The easiest way to remember coping strategies As always, we are here to help. If you have of Development and
is to remember the S.H.A.D.E.S. model. Ask your- questions or would like additional resources, Alumni Affairs needs at
selfif you are fulfilling each of these aspects of please call me (392.0744) or visit me in the Career leastone student assis-
your holistic development: Services Office in Bruton-Geer Hall.
S Social (intimate and social relationships with Lisa Wertz, Resource Counselor tant. For iformation:
family and friends) Trudi Reid, 392.9296.


(Moot Court, continued) Oct. 7 and 8 Oral Arguments (On Brief)
* Sept. 21 Briefs due in Moot Court 6-10 p.m., 190C Holland Hall
Office by 5 p.m. Oct. 13 Final Four, 12 noon
* Sept. 26 Oral Argument Seminar 5:30 p.m., For information: Mark New, Vice Chair for
190C Holland Hall Intramurals, marknew@u7f.edu; Katie McKinley,
* Sept. 28-Oct. 1 Oral Arguments (Times TBA) Chair, mckinley@uj7.edu.
* Oct. 5 and 6 Oral Arguments (Off Brief) 6-10 p.m.,
190C Holland Hall

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motor vehicle financing. From Sept. 20 to Oct. 3,
he will speak at a Mediterranean seminar cruise
Homecom in g sponsored by a credit union trade association on
BBQ the subject of bankruptcy, deliquency and collec-
tion problems.
UF law alumni and stu- ion problems.
SAssistant Professor Pedro A.
dents are encouraged to Malavet published "Literature and
attend the Homecoming Arts as Antisubordination Praxis
Barbecue, Nov. 11, in the LatCrit Theory and Cultural
Production: The Confessions of an
O'Connell Center. Visit
Accidental Crit," 34 U. C. Davis Law
the Levin College of Law Review (2000). He will lecture this
booth it's a great place fall at Western New England School Malavet
to meet your friends of Law. He moderated the Plenary
September Employee of the Month Janet Williams, Panel titled: Multi/Cultural Artistic Representation
before the game. The with Associate Dean Kenneth Nunn. in Mass Media: Capitalism, Power, Privilege and
event is sponsored by the Cultural Production, during the Fifth Annual
UF Alumni Association Williams Employee of the Month LatCrit Conference in Breckenridge, Colorado.
and Florida Blue Key, and Janet Williams has been named Levin College Professor Stuart Cohn will conduct a workshop in
of Law Employee of the Month for September, early November at the International
features a live taping of
and presented with a plant, plaque and lunch Law Institute in Washington for par-
"In the House," with certificate from Bennigan's. ticipants from 15 foreign countries
James Bates. UF cheer- "Janet was recognized for her hard work, on development and regulation of
leaders and the Gator expertise and positive attitude in the Library capital markets. He is writing an
ce an d y e aexpermit ise posiu atin ibrary o u article for the United Nations
Marching Band will be Technical Services Department. Please join us in Institute on Research and Training
there, and you can win congratulating Janet for a job well done," said dealing with development of securi-
prizes (including a new Associate Dean Kenneth Nunn. "Congratulations ties markets in Sub-Saharan Africa. Cohn
Ford). Tickets are $7, and also to all our other great employees who were Law Librarian Bob Munro and
nominated." Professor Fletcher Baldwin have
can be purchased at the Submit your nomination for a law school USPS signed with Knowles Publishing Co.
door or in advance by employeefor October Employee of the Month to for a two-volume looseleaftreatise,
calling 1.888.352.5866 or Dean Nunn, 314 Holland Hall, Nunn@law.ufl. US Criminal Procedure and Police
392.1691. The event edu. Previous nominations are carried over. Practices.
begins 2 1/2 hours before Professor Pat Dilley's article, Baldwin
SFaculty in the spotlight "Taking Public Rights Private: The
kickoff. Professor Jerold Israel will deliver the Childress Rhetoric and Reality of Social
lecture at Saint Louis University in September on Security Privatization" will be pub-
the independent content of due process lished this fall by Boston College
JMBA Skits in criminal procedure. He has pub- Law Review. She spent three weeks
Don't miss the "JMBA lished the Criminal Procedure this summer in Washington, D.C.,
Hornbook 3rd ed. (with LaFave & working for the Joint Committee on
Skits" this Homecoming j King), Westgroup; the 2000 edition of Taxation of the U.S. Congress, as a
on Saturday morning, Criminal Procedure and the consultant on their tax Munro
Nov. 11, Reitz Union Constitution (with Kamisar & Lafave), simplification project,
Lawn. Israel Westgroup; and the 2000 Supplement and will continue working with Joint
to Modern Criminal Procedure (with Committee staff this fall on pension
Kamisar, LaFave, & King), and self- employment tax simplifica-
Westgroup. tion projects.
SProfessor Winton Williams will Professor Robert Moffat is revis-
work on a book during his Fall 2000 Dilley ing his essay on civility for
sabattical on the default rules of publication in Civility and Its Discontents, to be pub-
Revised UCC Article 9, particularly lished by the University of Kansas Press. In June, he
Williams as they and related laws apply to participated in the Tenth National Security Law

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Institute at the University of Virginia
School of Law.
SDirector of International Trade
Programs Steve Powell will present a
paper on the World Trade
Organization aspects of the debate
over genetically-modified organisms
offat at the 21st Annual Educational
Symposium of the American
Agricultural Law Association in St.
Louis in October. He will discuss
international trade issues at the
Annual Meeting of the Florida Fruit
and Vegetable Association, and dur-
ing the 7th International Economic
Outlook Conference for Citrus and
Powell Non-Citrus Juices.
Professor Don Peters visited Israel and Jordan in Hofstra Law Review devoted to Paul Robinson's Professor George Dawson
May and June on a U.S. State Department Speaker work on lay views about substantive criminal law, with Martina Pelley
and Specialist grant and taught a negotiation work- and featuring Robinson, Deborah Denno, Norman (left), Doris Perron and
shop to Israeli lawyers; lectured on mandatory Finkel, Dan Kahan, Kenneth Simons and Tom
mediation approaches in Jerusalem, Tyler "Rethinking Deprivations of Liberty: Julie Barnes from the
Tel Aviv and Aman; and consulted on Possible Contributions from Therapeutic and Dean's Office --was hon-
developing ADR curriculums at the Ecological Jurisprudence," with Mark Fondacaro, in ored at an Aug 30 recep-
law faculties of Jordan and Yarmouk a symposium issue of Behavioral Sciences and tion in honor of his years
Universities. He taught an ADR course Law
in conjunction with the Center on Professor Diane Mazur (visiting at the of service as Associate
.** Professor Diane H. Mazur (visiting at the
American Law Studies at the Dean for Academic Affairs.
Pretie University of Warsaw in June; zpresent- University of California, Hastings during 2000-01) c aecAas
University of Warsaw in June; present-
Peters worshos on aance cowill speak at a San Francisco confer- Dawson has stepped down
Sed workshops o advanced come rcial ence in December entitled "Don't Ask, to return to full-time
and family mediation skills to Malaysian lawyers in Don't Tell: Is the Gay Ban Based on
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in July; and taught a one Prejudice or Military Necessity?" She teaching and research at
week course in August on mediation theories, skills also as an artile in p ess e the law school.
and court-connected applications to lawyers from
Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia in ing the contemporary scope of judicial
deference given to military decision- Alumni events
Kampala, Uganda. Peters will co-teach several short making and argues that this degree of
workshops on conflict managment skills in Port au Mazur makng and argues that this degree of Sept. 26 Workers'
Prince and Jacmel, Haiti, in early October, and host deference is a constitutional anomaly. Compensation Breakfast
a visit from Theo Webale, director of the Legal Aid Professor Lyrissa Lidsky's article, "Silencing John with Dean Mills,
Clinic at the Law Development Centre in Kampala, Doe: Defamation and Discourse in Cyberspace," Orlando, sponsored by
Uganda. was recently published in the Duke Law Journal. Rosenthal & Weissman,
Professor Christopher Slobogin is working on She has been working pro bono with the ACLU to P.A., and Mac McCarty.
"Preventive Justice: Oxymoron or the Civilization of formulate legal strategies for curbing a recent rash Oct. 26 Alumni
the Criminal Law?" which will contrast retributive of defamation suits designed to intimidate Internet Reception, Jacksonville.
justice with a preventive regime (a la message board users into silence by stripping them Nov. 3 Alumni
sexual predator "civil commitment" of their anonymity. On Sept. 20, she Reception, Washington,
statutes), and suggest that the current will present oral arguments in the D.C.
academic repugnance toward the latter Third District Court of Appeal in a
is misguided. In September and case testing the scope of the right to Nov. 6 -Alumni
November, he'll be involved in foren- speak anonymously on-line. She also Reception, Tampa.
sic training programs for Florida, and is writing a book review of A Law of For information: Trudi
in October will be on a panel about Her Own for The Jurist and a refer-
Slobogin clinical risk assessment at the National ence work on freedom of the press Lidsky Reid, 392.9296,
Conference on Science and Law in San Diego. His with her co-author, R. George Wright. reid@law.ufjedu.
recent publications include a foreword, "Is Justice
Just Us?", introducing a symposium issue of


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Don't miss the For more events: www.law.ufl.edu/calendar
Student September 18 Free Panel
Student 11 APALSA meeting, 5:20 p.m., Discussion, "India and
1Organ 90B HOL the U.S.: Intellectual Property,
Organzat* Florida Law Toastmasters meeting, International Trade, and Investment
Fair, 5-6 p.m., 190C HOL Issues," 1-2:30 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
JLPP General Board Meeting, Florida Law Toastmasters meeting,
Wednesday, 5:20 p.m., 190A HOL 5-6 p.m., 190C HOL
12 Moot Court Q&A 5:30 p.m., Florida Law Review Open Writing
Sept. 13, 190C HOL Competition 2000 final meeting,
10-2 m 13 Health Hut, 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., 5:30 pm., 190C HOL
10- p.m., Concourse 20 Welcome Back Gathering for Summer
Overseas Program participants, 5:20
Concourse Student Organization Fair, O s P p
10-2 pm., Concourse p.m., Faculty Dining Room
10-2 p.m., Concourse
S Pi Ala D a General M ing 21 Grand Guard Weekend, Class of 1950
14 Phi Alpha Delta General Meeting, & Por
12:40 p.m.
15 Legal Ethics in Taxation Workshop 25 Brown Bag with Dean Mills, 11:30
15 Legal Ethics in Taxation Workshop, m F Di Roo
a.m., Faculty Dining Room
___________ 12:30-3:30 p.m., 190 HOL
FlaLaw is published
each week school is in
session to infornnand Richard E. Nelson Symposium
unite the law school on
community.
Deadline: 1.. Florida's Growth Management Legislation
Deadline: 10 a.m.
Tuesday for next Friday, October 13, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Holiday Inn West
week's newsletter. -
E-mail news to Designed to explore growth management, related environmental and local government
jlalaw@law.ufl.edu, issues, and historical and current legislation. Will provide opportunities for in-depth
or bring a disk discussion of future growth management options.
(PC format, text in Primary Speakers
WordPerfect or Word), Fred P. Bosselman Professor of Law, Chicago-Kent Law School, Illinois Institute of Technology and vice-
including author's chair, Sonoran Institute
name and contact John M. DeGrove John M. DeGrove Chair in Growth Management and Development at Florida Atlantic
information), to University's College ofArchitecture, Urban, and Public Affairs; and President of 1000 Friends of Florida
Communications, 288 Julian C. Juergensmeyer Ben F. Johnson, Jr. Chair in Law, Georgia State University College ofLaw; for-
Holland Hall. (Submit mer UF Professor of Law
news for The Docket, Thomas G. Pelham Attorney, Tallahassee; Secretary and member of the Executive Council of the Florida
the student newsletter, Bar Section on City, County, and Local Government Law; and immediate past President, Florida Chapter of the
to the John Marshall American Planning Association
Bar Association.) Douglas R. Porter President of the Growth Management Institute, Chevy Chase, Maryland
Cari L. Roth General Counsel, State of Florida Department of Community Affairs
Editor: Debra Amirin, Respondents from environmental, local governmental and educational organizations will present perspectives
Associate Director of on the main topics of the symposium.
Communications.
Sn Hugunin, D r Faculty and students may attend presentations free-of-charge. (To attend the luncheon, attendees
of Comunic ion. must register and pay a $40 fee.) Florida Bar members can receive six-and-a-half CLE credits.
of Communications.
Susie Grace, Program For information or to register:
Assistant.
Assistanl. Program Assistant Marla Wolfe, International Programs & Environmental and Land
Student Assistant. Use Law Program, 352.392.3572, wolfemarla@law.ufledu


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Don't miss the For more events: www.law.ufl.edu/calendar
Student September 18 Free Panel
Student 11 APALSA meeting, 5:20 p.m., Discussion, "India and
1Organ 90B HOL the U.S.: Intellectual Property,
Organzat* Florida Law Toastmasters meeting, International Trade, and Investment
Fair, 5-6 p.m., 190C HOL Issues," 1-2:30 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
JLPP General Board Meeting, Florida Law Toastmasters meeting,
Wednesday, 5:20 p.m., 190A HOL 5-6 p.m., 190C HOL
12 Moot Court Q&A 5:30 p.m., Florida Law Review Open Writing
Sept. 13, 190C HOL Competition 2000 final meeting,
10-2 m 13 Health Hut, 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., 5:30 pm., 190C HOL
10- p.m., Concourse 20 Welcome Back Gathering for Summer
Overseas Program participants, 5:20
Concourse Student Organization Fair, O s P p
10-2 pm., Concourse p.m., Faculty Dining Room
10-2 p.m., Concourse
S Pi Ala D a General M ing 21 Grand Guard Weekend, Class of 1950
14 Phi Alpha Delta General Meeting, & Por
12:40 p.m.
15 Legal Ethics in Taxation Workshop 25 Brown Bag with Dean Mills, 11:30
15 Legal Ethics in Taxation Workshop, m F Di Roo
a.m., Faculty Dining Room
___________ 12:30-3:30 p.m., 190 HOL
FlaLaw is published
each week school is in
session to infornnand Richard E. Nelson Symposium
unite the law school on
community.
Deadline: 1.. Florida's Growth Management Legislation
Deadline: 10 a.m.
Tuesday for next Friday, October 13, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Holiday Inn West
week's newsletter. -
E-mail news to Designed to explore growth management, related environmental and local government
jlalaw@law.ufl.edu, issues, and historical and current legislation. Will provide opportunities for in-depth
or bring a disk discussion of future growth management options.
(PC format, text in Primary Speakers
WordPerfect or Word), Fred P. Bosselman Professor of Law, Chicago-Kent Law School, Illinois Institute of Technology and vice-
including author's chair, Sonoran Institute
name and contact John M. DeGrove John M. DeGrove Chair in Growth Management and Development at Florida Atlantic
information), to University's College ofArchitecture, Urban, and Public Affairs; and President of 1000 Friends of Florida
Communications, 288 Julian C. Juergensmeyer Ben F. Johnson, Jr. Chair in Law, Georgia State University College ofLaw; for-
Holland Hall. (Submit mer UF Professor of Law
news for The Docket, Thomas G. Pelham Attorney, Tallahassee; Secretary and member of the Executive Council of the Florida
the student newsletter, Bar Section on City, County, and Local Government Law; and immediate past President, Florida Chapter of the
to the John Marshall American Planning Association
Bar Association.) Douglas R. Porter President of the Growth Management Institute, Chevy Chase, Maryland
Cari L. Roth General Counsel, State of Florida Department of Community Affairs
Editor: Debra Amirin, Respondents from environmental, local governmental and educational organizations will present perspectives
Associate Director of on the main topics of the symposium.
Communications.
Sn Hugunin, D r Faculty and students may attend presentations free-of-charge. (To attend the luncheon, attendees
of Comunic ion. must register and pay a $40 fee.) Florida Bar members can receive six-and-a-half CLE credits.
of Communications.
Susie Grace, Program For information or to register:
Assistant.
Assistanl. Program Assistant Marla Wolfe, International Programs & Environmental and Land
Student Assistant. Use Law Program, 352.392.3572, wolfemarla@law.ufledu


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