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 New adjunct professors -- Spring...
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Table of Contents
    Major players in 2000 election on campus for conference
        Page 1
    Message from the dean
        Page 2
    UF shines at international moot court appointment
        Page 3
    'Persistant networking' key to law student job opportunities
        Page 4
    Apply now for Summer 2001 criminal and civil clinics
        Page 5
    Are you in sleep debt?
        Page 6
    New adjunct professors -- Spring semester 2001
        Page 7
    College of Law calendar
        Page 8
    Inside the Law School
        Page 8
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SUNIVERSITY OF
FLORIDA
Fredric G. Levin College of Law






Fredric G. Levin College of Law Newsletter Vol. 4 No. 20 Feb. 26, 2001

Inside:
International Seminar to be webcast nationally
Moot Court Major players in 2000 election on campus for conference
Team shines (3) Key participants in Florida's protracted 2000 Presidential Election are gathered
Career in Holland Hall Auditorium today (Feb. 26) to examine legal, political and media ***
Conference aspects of the historic balloting.
well-received (4) UF President Charles Young opens the session at 8 a.m., followed by law
Apply now for school Interim Dean Jon Mills, founding director of the Center for Govemmental
clinics (5) Responsibility, speaking on "Why Florida? What Brought Us Here?" Four panel *****
New adjunct sessions, with audience participation, are scheduled during the day.
faculty (7) Participants include attomeys David Boies and Dexter Douglas, who represented Vice President Al
Gore, and Joseph Klock Jr, who represented Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris. National media
reps, members of Gov. Jeb Bush's Elections Task Force, state legislators and officials and academicians
also are featured. (Complete agenda inside this issue of FlaLaw.)
Thanks to efforts of WUFT-TV, the day-long conference will be Webcast nationally. The link:
www.law.ufledu/news/webcast. An overflow viewing area has been set up on the concourse east of the
auditorium. The conference, open to all law school students and faculty, is sponsored by the Levin College
of Law, the UF colleges of Joumalism and Communications and Liberal Arts and Sciences, the Department
of Political Science, and the Office of Research and Graduate Programs.


Financial aid seminar for Hall. Ifyou are unable to attend either of the meet-
externships & summer programs ings or if you have questions, contact: Rebecca
Students interested in extemships and/or summer DeConcilio, rad2@ufl.edu.
law abroad programs this summer are encouraged to L c f J
attend a seminar Thursday (March 1), 12:40 p.m., La chance for JTLPP wr
190A Holland Hall. Financial Aid Director Trish competition
Current and past Varnes will explain how financial aid works for the Students can still participate in the Journal of
summer, how the budget is adjusted to cover the cost Technology Law & Policy's Spring 2001 Writing
issues of FlaLaw ofyour program, and other issues related to summer Competition. The case comment is open to any tech-
(in full color), as aid. For more information: Trish Vames, 392.0421, nological issue, including file sharing and copyright
well as other law trish_varnes@sfa.ufl.edu. issues regarding Napster, privacy issues in cyber-
space, Microsoft, DNA evidence, genetic engineering
school materials, ABA/LSD elections and cloning.
are posted each Students interested in running for a position on Joining JTLP can put you at the forefront of cut-
week at the executive board of the ABA/LSD for the 2001- ting edge intellectual property issues while refining
2002 term can sign up outside the Student your research and editing skills. Law firms also are
"Publications" Organization Office. Candidates must attend one of impressed by students with a strong command of
on the College of two meetings to discuss candidate eligibility, cam- complex intellectual property issues and experience
Law Web site: paigning rules, and election procedures. The meet- working with leading scholars in the field. For infor-
ings will be held March 14, 4:10 p.m., Bailey mation or to participate: Student Works Editor Effie
www.law.ufl.edu. Courtroom, and March 19, 5:20 p.m., 190A Holland Silva, effielaw@aol.com,338.7809.
(Announcements continue page 2)
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ELULS team
at national Students are th that UF has won the competition. They were hon-
competition heart of any institution ored by the American Bar Association at their last
Monday luncheon.
A law school team of higher learning. Monday lunchon.
representing the m ohher edation and Our International Moot Court Team compet-
representing the Their education and ed in the Phillip C. Jessup Southeast Regional
Environmental and Land training are threason Competition in Atlanta Feb. 16-18, the world's
Use Law Society com- the Levin Collegthe of largest and most prestigious moot court competi-
peted this weekend at caliber of our students tion. The Florida team finished (5-1) and took
the National is a ie for in home Regional Runner-up honors.
Environmental Moot mauri te qalt Students are largely responsible for the success
measuring the qualiE
Court Competition at of the law schooli of last weekend's Career Development Confer-
Pace Law School in We are proud of ence, which drew more than 500 participants from
White Plains, New York. our students -and we take particular pride in throughout Florida. We look forward with great
anticipation to the student-run Public Interest
Kelly Wittorff, Dawn many of those currently enrolled. In addition to a anticipation to the student-run Public Interest
Kelly Wittorff, Dawn many of those currently enrolled. In addition to a Environmental Conference March 22-24.
Rodda and Jill Kelso grueling schedule of classes, they also are giving Students in JBA brought valentines to c
were at the competition their time and energy to excelling beyond the dren in the Shands Pediatric Clinic, and proceeds
Thursday-Sunday. classroom and working for the benefit of others. from their recent golf toumament benefited
Forymd oxample, themw from their recent golf toumament benefited
Professor Richard For example, the members of the Black Law SPARC, a local domestic violence shelter.
Students Association together with the task SPRC, a local domestic violence shelter.
Hamann, Wayne e n de hih i a oaition o n Our students are involved in myriad public
force on diversity, which is a coalition of numer- .
Hanewicz, Joe Jackson, os stdent ros countless hours service projects, and their efforts are making
ous student groups have spent countless hours .
Bill Page, Henry o tn ros a Gainesville, as well as the law school, a better
Sapromoting conversations and forums at the law
Wihnyk anrd adjunct conversations and forums at te law place. I am sure there are many other "unsung
Wihnyk and adjunct school on civility and diversity issues. They care, hroes whose eorts are not listed here, and I
faculty Terry Zinn and and they are doing what they can to make the law ,
Mary Jane Angelo school a better place. encourage you to tel your story in FlaLaw.
On behalf of the law school faculty and admin-
helped bench the team, Our Trial Competition Team won first place at istration, we applaud you, our students.
*istration, we applaud you, our students.
along with alumni team The Florida Bar Trial Team Competition in Miami J L i,
members David Pearce recently. This is only the second time since 1983
and Keith Rizzardi.
Recent alumna Mindy
ecent aumna Mindy (Announcements, from page 1) University of Florida logo has been approved, and
Cummings coached the
eam while sding fo Moot Court social with judges students have a variety of other logos to choose from.
team while studymg for .
the bar exam. Moot Court will hold a Cocktail Party with feder- A sales table will be on the concourse Thursdays
If you would like to al judges Thursday (March 1), 7 p.m., Natural throughout the semester (March 1, 15, 22, 29, and
help next year, contact History Museum (open to faculty, staff and Moot April 5, 12, and 19). For information: Michael
Alyson Flournoy Court members only). The Moot Court Final Four Diggs, 846.5362, serion@ufl.edu.
lono lauI edu), will be held Friday (March 2), 12 noon, Holland Hall
(fournoy@lawfl.edu), Auditorium Career forum at ABA meeting
team faculty advisor.
The American Bar Association Section of
Apply now for summer programs Business Law's spring meeting will include a Career
The final deadline to apply for the Montpellier Forum, March 22-25, Philadelphia, PA. The Career
and San Jose Summer Law programs is Friday Forum includes both a job fair and career-related
(March 2). There are still spaces available for both seminars. All levels of law students as well as attor-
programs. There also are spaces available for the neys may attend. Resumes of students not able to
Cape Town program if you apply by the March 15 participate will be given to employers Sunday, March
application deadline. For information: Student Affairs 25. Resumes for on-site interviews are due to
Coordinator Noemar Castro, 392.0421, Jennifer Horton at Stetson by March 9.
castro@law.ufl.edu. The spring meeting is the Annual Meeting of the
Section of Business Law. Generally, more than 1,400
Student business cards business lawyers from all practice areas attend. There
The Duncan Fletcher Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta are a wide variety of substance committees ranging
Legal Fraternity Intemational is selling business from Federal Regulations of Securities to Non-profit
cards to law students as a service. Use of the Corporation Law, which will hold meetings and edu-
cational programming. Students are welcomed and
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ELUL Certificate
UF shines at international moot court competition ELUL ertificate
Program a
By Richard Mockler grO ing success
UF's Intemational Moot Court Team came The five students who
home regional runner-ups in the Phillip C. Jessup graduated with certificates in
Southeast Regional Competition in Atlanta Feb. Environmental and Land Use
16-18. Law in December bring the
The competition is the world's largest and most total number of certificate
prestigious moot court competition. More than 300 students in the program's
teams from 50 countries compete each year. This first two years to 17.
year's team, led by Coach Jason Schneider, had Program administrators have
high hopes and expectations. received much positive feed-
In each round of competition, three judges each back from students about its
awarded two points to the winning oralists and one value in their job hunt, and a
point for the winning brief. A total of nine points number of employers have
were awarded in each round. indicated the considerable
In the first round, Brian Bell and Richard value they see in the certifi-
Mockler represented the Applicant, and defeated cate.
South Carolina 9-0. Brian Koch and Lara ment's finest performance by arguing for faimess Students interested in this
Peppard represented the Respondent, and defeated and equity to prevail over the narrow rule of law. or other certificate programs
Florida State 6-3 in round two. Round three After an hour of deliberation, the judges agreed to should visit the law school
matched Bell and Mockler with University of send UF to the Championship Round to face Web site (www.law.ufl.edu)
Miami Respondents. The UF Applicant team Georgia. Georgia pitted the toumament's Best or contact the director of
defeated the Hurricanes 7-2. Oralist against Mockler and Bell, who had each program.
In the fourth round, UF Respondents faced a outscored Saturday's opponents by a combined
traditionally strong Stetson team. After 40 minutes score of 16-2.
of excellent arguments from Stetson, everyone was Because the Semi-Final judges required over an
anxious to hear the UF response. Peppard exposed hour to reach a decision, Mockler and Bell had
several weaknesses in the Stetson argument and only 20 minutes to prepare for Georgia. Facing one Pain t...
Koch finished strong to win 5-4. Saturday night, of the competition's most active benches, the UF Gaines vill e'
the competition recognized the UF Briefs, and Applicant team fielded 40 minutes of questions The Center for
announced the team would move on to the semi- focused on faimess, rather than case law, custom, Govemmental Responsibility
final round to face Alabama. or the legal rule. On rebuttal, Mockler pointed out Public Interest Fellows and
After winning the coin-toss, Alabama chose to six occasions where Georgia took liberties with the Association of Public Interest
argue for the Applicant, and place their best team law and facts,and asked the Court to maintain Law are looking for law stu-
against UF. (Alabama's Jessica Stetler had won peace by enforcing intemational law. dents, faculty and staff to par-
Second Place Best Oralist in Saturday's competi- At the close of oral arguments, no one was cer- ticipate in the annual "Paint
tion.) After both teams presented their primary tain who would be the Regional Champions. The Your Heart Out Gainesville,"
arguments, everyone was sure the UF team was judges announced that Georgia won the April 21, 8 a.m.-12 noon.
behind, but each team had five minutes of rebuttal Championship by "a nose," but the Florida team Participants will paint the home
remaining. Stetler limited rebuttal to Alabama's finished (5-1) and took home Regional Runner-up of someone less fortunate. For
strongest point, and Koch tumed in the touma- honors. information or to participate:
Debbie Rowe and Shannon
encouraged to attend. For information: Lynn West Africa. The project is under the supervision of Fox, debbie rowe
Howell, Assistant Dean, Stetson University College Federal Magistrate (and law professor) William hotmail.com, shannonf@ufl.
of Law, Howell@law.stetson.edu. Wagner. Collection boxes will be set up in the Law edu. Feel free to bring friends
Review office and outside the Student Organizations and family. (Please indicate the
Law ReviewlBLSA textbook drive Office. Students are encouraged to bring in two text- number of people interested in
Law Review and BLSA are sponsoring a books/study aids a month until the last day of finals. your e-mail.) CGR Fellows are
used/out-of-print textbook and study aid drive to For information: BLSA, blsa@grove.ufl.edu. funded by the Florida Bar
benefit law students at the University of Liberia in Foundation.

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Career Conference well-received
'Persistent Networking' Key to
BLSA Alumni Law Student Job Opportunities
Reunion
BWe endy Byron Flagg
Weekend
March 22-25 Did you know your LSAT score probably has
BLSA's 12th Annual no correlation to how successful you may be as a
Alumni Reunion laxwyer?
Weekend and 30th Or that while a good GPA is helpful in opening
Anniversary will be held doors, persistent networking could create even more
March 22-25. The theme opportunities toward achieving one's career goals?
will be "Building a Those were some of the points made by Charles Last year more than 200 employers came to the
Legacy of Jurisprudence Douglas, representing Hildebrandt International, law school to interview prospective employees.
for the 21st Century," and during his keynote address at the law school's
the event will include: Career Development Conference Feb. 16-17. Martin and Jennifer Keesler as well as Brian
* Scholarship Golf Douglas, who works for Hildebrandt in its man- Greenspoon Samantha Schosberg, Orlando
Tournament agement consulting with corporate legal depart- Sanchez, Shireen Homadzi, Lindsay Topping and
* Wine and Cheese ments around the world, emphasized the need for Adam Wolrich worked very hard to help make
Reception and Silent law students to take time to set goals and make this event a success," noted Assistant Dean for
Auction
* Roundtable discussion detailed plans on how to achieve those goals. Career Services Kathy Urbach. "It was gratifying
featuring alumni and Douglas said the job market for law graduates to see our students work tirelessly to provide mean-
student panelists will be favorable in the next few years, and talking ingful and helpful information to the student body
* Virgil Hawkins Award to practicing attomeys and building a network of as a whole about something so vital."
Gala people who can help is the best way to achieve Firms represented at the conference included
* Distinguished Alumni career goals. Holland & Knight, Steel Hector & Davis, and
Award "If you can demonstrate to a potential employer Akerman Senterfitt & Eidson PA. Their representa-
* Hazel Land Black that you know who you are, that you know where tives along with those of other firms and individual
Female Law Student of you want to go, and that you have specific goals you practices participated on faculty-facilitated panels to
Year Award want to accomplish in the first six months on the discuss emerging trends in legal practice areas.
SW George Al uen Black job," Douglas said, "then everything will fall into One panelist, Richard Draughon of Draughon
Year Award place and you will make an excellent impression." Professional Association, highlighted qualities

* Dean Rahim Reed "Above all, be patient," he added. "Don't take a looked for in the hiring of attomeys: academic
Faculty Member of Year position because you think it will be easy, or excellence, evidence of a real interest in his/her field
Award because you've become frustrated during your of law, and special qualities that set job applicants
* 6 CLE sessions search process." apart, "that distinguish them as successful people."
For registration or In addition to Douglas' keynote speech, the con- Draughon also pointed out the importance of cer-
information: Rhonda ference featured panel discussions on a variety of tificate programs offered by the law school. "These
Chung-de Cambre legal areas (ranging from bankruptcy to altemative programs, and in our case the IP certificate, demon-
(decambre iufl.edu), careers) and gave students opportunities to meet strate students' willingness to invest money in their
Monica J. Williams with representatives of Florida law firms. particular interests. That's important to us, and other
(erelle @ufl.edu), Dexter "Many UF law students, particularly David hiring attomeys, and gets our attention."
Smith (rais1969@__
msn.com), or BLSA
msn.co),eorBLSA LEXIS MARDI GRAS is back
(grove. ufl. edu/-blsa,
blsa( grove. ufl.edu). LEXIS will sponsor the Lexis MARDI GRAS Pinata tomorrow (Feb. 27), in honor of Fat Tuesday.
Participants can win gold dollars. To join in the fun, complete the following questions below. Tear them
from this page and tum them in at the LEXIS desk Tuesday for a chance at breaking the pinata.
Name Contact info: (phone or email)
1 What is your LEXIS ID: (7 digits)
2. Are you registered for the LEXIS Reward's contest? (If not, register at www.lexis.com/lawschool.)
3. What do you use to determine if a case is GOOD LAW on LEXIS?
4. Find a case on Mardi Gras using LEXIS --what's the name of the first case you find?
5. Can you find Emanuel outlines, public records, news, cases, and Shepard's on LEXIS?
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Apply now for Summer 2001 Criminal and Civil
Clinics, and Fall 2001 Clinics and Trial Practice

AccessUN
Ifyou plan to take a Criminal Clinic or Civil and sixth-semester students, AccessUN is an
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Wednesday, March 21, at 5 p.m. Informational Students take Juvenile Clinic documents, draft reso-
sheets are on the bulletin board outside Student Prep in Fall 2001 and lutions, meetings, and
Affairs. Juvenile Clinic in Spring 2002. Registration for the the UN Treaty Series
two-semester sequence is by application to Juvenile citations. This service
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Criminal Clinic will be offered in a variety of loca- automatically proceed on to Juvenile Clinic. several thousand UN
tions. Everyone selected MUST attend a MANDA- Preference is given to fifth-semester students who documents. Coverage
TORY meeting. Before the start of the summer/fall have taken Children's Law, Family Law, Evidence, starts in 1952. The
term, students must have completed 48 credit Trial Practice or Trial Advocacy, and Juvenile search page is simple to
hours, Trial Practice or Trial Advocacy, Police Extemships, Family Law Judicial Extemships or use and the results of
Practices and Adversary Systems. (Important: Domestic Violence Extemships. searches are listed in
Criminal Clinic requires 30 hours in addition to reverse chronological
class time in the summer, and 20 hours in addition Pro Se Clinic Prep/Pro Se Clinic (Fall 2001) order. To get to
to class time in the fall). This is a two-semester sequence. Students take Pro AccessUN, go to
Se Clinic Prep in Fall 2001 and Pro Se Clinic in WebLUIS and click on
* Full Representation Civil Clinic (Fall or Spring 2002. Registration for the two-semester "UF" under the heading
Summer 2001) No clinic prep requirement, but sequence is by application to Pro Se Clinic Prep. "All Indexes, Other
the first three weeks of the semester (two weeks Students in Pro Se Clinic Prep then automatically Databases, and Service
during summer) are known as the "Intensive proceed on to Pro Se Clinic. Preference is given to Providers." Type in
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week. Law, Evidence, Trial Practice or Trial Advocacy under "Type First
and Family Law Judicial Clerk Extemships or Letters of Database
* Mediation Clinic (Fall 2001) No prerequisites. Domestic Violence Extemships. Name." Click on link to
The first two-and-a-half weeks are an Intensive get to AccessUN.
Seminar for a total of 40 hours, which is scheduled Conservation Clinic (Fall 2001) The Christopher
around other courses. Friday momings must be Conservation Clinic accepts a limited number of Vallandingham,
available for mediations conducted downtown. applicants for Fall. Applicants must have completed Reference
three semesters of law school. Preference will be Librarian, Legal
* Juvenile Mediation (Fall 2001) No prerequisites. given to students who have enrolled, or intend to Information
The first two-and-a-half weeks are an intensive enroll, in the Environmental and Land Use Law Center
seminar for a total of 20 hours that qualifies as an Certificate Program. Students with Spanish and/or
approved County Court Mediation course certified Portugese language skills are encouraged to apply.
by the Supreme Court of Florida. To complete the Interested students are encouraged to consult with
mentorship requirements for mediator certification, Conservation Clinic Director Tom Ankersen prior
Wednesday momings must be available for media- to applying. Students may leam more and down-
tion in Lake City. In addition, students will mediate load or submit an application online at
juvenile restitution cases and teach conflict resolu- www.law.ufl.edu/cgr/clinic. Applications are also
tion to clients of the Halfway House and available in the Student Affairs Office (164 Holland
Horizons/New Pathways school. Hall) and the Center for Govemmental
Responsibility (230 Bruton-Geer Hall).
* Trial Practice (Fall 2001) Registration is by
application. Priority is given to fifth-semester
students. Remaining slots will be filled by fourth

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Are you in sleep debt?

are r By Heather Lancin, Resource Counselor, Centerfor Career Services
Career
Services Many people cheat themselves from getting the University (www. ksu.edu/ucs/sleep.html).
cl os ed fo r amount of sleep necessary for a productive lifestyle. 1. Never oversleep. Get up at about the same time
break Research indicates losing sleep can be as damaging every day, especially on the moming after you've
The Center for to your health as not exercising or eating poorly. lost sleep. Sleeping late for just a couple of days
Career Services will not "There are no shortcuts for sleep, but that can reset your body clock to a different cycle.
be open for students doesn't stop people from trying to constrain the 2. Set your body clock. Light helps restart your
during Spring Break, amount of time they spend on it," says Matin body clock to its active daytime phase. So, when
March 5-9. If you need Moore-Ede, M.D., a Harvard Medical School you get up, go outside and get sunlight. Or, tum
assistance, stop by or physiology professor and CEO of Circadian on all the lights in your room and walk around
make an appointment Technologies, a Boston fatigue consulting firm. for a few minutes.
before March 5, or Not only can insufficient sleep cause you to be 3. Exercise. Keep physically active during the day,
contact the Office of groggy and moody, it also can make you unable to particularly in the late aftemoon. This is especial-
Student Affairs. concentrate, damage your immune system and leave ly important the day after a bad night's sleep.
you less able to tolerate stress. Habitually getting When you sleep less, you should be more active
less sleep than you need can even accelerate the the next day. Being less active is one of the worst
aging process. things an insomniac can do.
Are you stuck in sleep debt? A reasonable for- 4. Don't nap. When you feel sleepy, get up and
mula to keep in mind: if you need eight hours of walk or do errands. While studying, get up regu-
sleep (as most people do), and you get only six, larly (every 30 minutes, or more if necessary) to
each day you tack two hours onto your debt. One or walk around your room or stretch. That will
two nights' worth of debt, or four hours makes youase he flow of oxygen your brain and
more irritable. Three to five days' worth of depriva- hep you o be more ale.
help you to be more alert.
tion six to 10 hours less than you need, which is s T o g
5. Set a bedtime schedule. Try to go to bed at
LE XIS more than an entire night's sleep can increase the abouhe same ime every nigh. Be regular.
LEXIS about the same time every night. Be regular.
chance of health problems, such as a cough and
Appellate colds.
Appe\I I at e colds. Please stop by my office in the Centerfor
Ad vocacy If you are among those who believe they can s b fo
... Career Services to talk about about any of these
t r a n n make up their sleep debt with naps or by sleeping Career Services to talk aout aout any ofese
LEXIS will conduct late on the weekend, note that the laziest Sunday
classes this week for all moming in bed won't make up for a bad week of
Appellate Advocacy stu- rest. While making up as much snoozing as you can
dents in the Bruton- does help somewhat, chances are your performance
Geer Hall computer lab. during the week still isn't optimal. In addition, ,
Geer pi l allowing your sleep debt to accumulate week after
Classes begin oday week eventually means you can't completely rid
(Feb. 26) and end yourself of it. Also, you may need to leam better
March 2. Please check stress and time management strategies or study
o determine the time skills that will help relieve stress, therefore allowing
and date of your train- you to get better sleep.
mg. Also, ifyou have So how, in this fast-paced world, can we possibly
misplaced your LEXIS get the amount of rest our bodies truly need?
ID, stop by the lab prior Believe it or not, the first step is knowledge that you
to class. need it. Because the next time you consider staying
up to cram for a test or to watch the "Late Show,"
maybe you'll think twice. After all, we have enough
debts to pay, don't we?
Here are five steps to a better night's sleep from /
the University Counseling Services at Kansas State


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RETURNING
New Adjunct Professors Spring Semester 2001 ATURNINGT
ADJUNCTS
Margaret Jarrell-Cole, Esq., Clifford A. Jones, Herbert Allen/
University of Florida JD, M.Phil., Ph.D. Intellectual Property
Foundation Staff Attorney European Community Law. William Earl/
Legal Research & Writing. Visiting Professor of Law, University Pollution Control Law
Formerly on faculty at law school of Oklahoma College of Law, and in '99
(taught appellate advocacy). Private was Visiting Fellow at University of Mary Fitzgibbons, Esq./
practice experience with Smith Hulsey Oxford. Private law practice for 20 Law of Cyberspace
& Busey and Mahoney Adams & Criser, rrell-ole years, and served as Oklahoma Court of Robert Hishon, Esq./
P.A., both in Jacksonville. Represented Florida National Appeals Judge. Author of books (including Private Procedures & Tax Fraud
Bank and Barnett Bank in various transactions, and Enforcement ofAntitrustLaw in the UK,EC and USA Cases
expertise includes charitable corporate law, contract (Oxford Press), chapters, and articles. Noted lecturer,
drafting and negotiation, real estate, environmental tax with expertise in federal courts, civil procedure, domes- Dr. David Hoch/
issues. Received undergraduate ('83) and law degrees tic relations, legal and regulatory environment of busi- Animal Rights Law
('86) from UF. ness, constitutional law. BA, Southern Illinois University
('74); JD, Oklahoma ('77); M.Phil., University of Jeff Lloyd, Esq./
Elizabeth Dale Cambridge / Wolfson College ('95); Ph.D., Cambridge /Patent Drafting &
Kings College ('97). Prosecution
Assistant Professor, UF
Dr. Michael T. Olexa/
Department of History A. William Mackie, Agrcultural Law &
American Legal History. U.S. Attorney's Office, Policy
Teaching experience prior to joining Florida Middle District
UF (2000): John Marshall Law School, David Saliwanchik, Esq./
University of Chicago, DePaul Professional Responsibility. Patent Drafting &
University and Clemson. Private practice, Dale Private practice in Raleigh, N.C., Prosecution
with emphasis on civil rights and employ- and Washington (securties law and liti-
ment discrimination, in Chicago (1985-91). Prolific gation, financial transactions), before Mackie Cathy Sellers/
writer, with two books to be published in 2001: The joining the U.S. Department of Justice in Florida Administrative
Rule ofJustice: People ofChicago versus Zephyr Davis '91. Worked as criminal enforcement trial attomey with Law
(Ohio State University Press) and Debating and the tax division, and in a special crimes section for Mid-
Creating -Authority: The Failure ofa Constitutional Florida U.S. Attomey's Office. Specialist in economic Clyde Wilson Jr./
Ideal, Massachusetts Bay, 1629-1649 (Ashgate Ltd crime (bank, securities and health care fraud) and public Intellectual Property
(England)). Earned BA in ancient Greek at DePau corruption. Earned degrees from Washington & Lee Terry Zinn, Esq./
University ('81), law degree (with honors) at Chicago- University (summa cum laude) and Duke University Toxis NEPA & CERCLA
Kent College of Law ('84), and Ph.D. in legal history at School of Law ('84).
University of Chicago ('95).
William Wagner,
Jeff Dollinger, U.S. Magistrate Judge,
Partner, Scruggs & Florida Northern District
Carmichael, P.A. (Gainesville) Professional Responsibility.
Real Estate Transactions. Teaching experience includes University
Chapter 7 Standing Panel Trustee for of Liberia, West Africa; and universities
U. S. Department of Justice, U.S. of Saint Leo, Saint Louis and Michigan Wagner
Bankruptcy Court (northern Florida State. Served U.S. Senate as Commerce Committee
District); formerly in private practice legal counsel, and Michigan Senate as chief counsel.
with accounting and legal firms in Miami Dollinger Department of Justice experience includes Organized
and/or Fort Lauderdale; and on staff of the late U. S. Crime Strike Force and federal child exploitation cases,
Rep. Claude D. Pepper. Certified Public Accountant, and and senior assistant and chief of the appellate litigation
admitted to U. S. District and Tax Courts and U.S. division in Office of the U.S. Attorney. Served as legal
Circuit Court of Appeals. Former UF Civil Clinic advisor at U.S. Embassy in Liberia, and led mission to
instructor, and serves as volunteer with Three Rivers establish and strengthen democracy and rule of law in
Legal Services. BS in accounting ('81) and law degree West Africa. Undergraduate degree (magna cum laude)
('86) from UF. at Western Michigan, JD at St. Louis University.



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suspended For more events: www.law.ufl.edu/calendar
for break February
FlaLaw will not be 26 "FLORIDA ELECTION 2000: Insiders
published the week of at the Intersection of Law, Politics and Conferences/symposia
Spring Break, March 5-9. the Media," 8 a.m.-4 p.m., Auditorium "All Eyes on Florida: Revitalizing,
We will resume weekly FlaLaw Toastmasters Meeting, 5-6 p.m., Restoring and Revisiting," Seventh
publication with the 190B HOL Annual Public Interest Environmental
Monday, March 12, issue. Trial Team meeting, 5:30 6:30 p.m., Conference, March 22-24. For informa-
297 HOL
297 HOL tion: http://grove.ufl.edu/-els/about.html.
27 BLSA Talent Show, 5:30-9:30 p.m., "Building a Legacy of Jurisprudence for
Auditorium
Auditorimthe 21st Century," BLSA's 12th Annual
PAD initiation, 6:30 p.m., 283 HOL Alumni Reunion Weekend and 30th
Alumm Reunion Weekend and 30th
BLSA Talent Show, 5:30-9:30 p.m., .
BLSA Talent Show, 5:30-9:30 pm., Anniversary, March 22-25. For registration
Auditorium
or information: Rhonda Chung-de
JMBA, 5:30 p.m., 290 HOL
Cambre (decambre@ufl.edu) or BLSA
Law Review Writing Seminar for
aw Reve Writing Senar (grove.ufl.edu/-blsa, blsa@grove.ufl.edu).
second-year students, 5:30 p.m.,
190A HOL Symposium on Intellectual Property,
Law School Republicans, 6 p.m., Development and Human Rights, March
FlaLaw is published 296 HOL 24. For information: Assistant Dean
each week school is in Moot Court meeting, 6:30 pm., Patrick Shannon, 392.0421,
session to inform and 190C HOL shannon@law.ufl.edu.
uite the law school Phi Delta Phi informational meeting,
community. 5:20 p.m., 190B HOL
Editor: Debra Amirin, M a rch
Associate Director of 1 Financial aid seminar for externships
Communications. and summer law abroad programs,
Stan Huguenin, Director 12:40 p.m., 190A HOL
of Communications.
Susie Grace, Program
Assistant.
Christine Williams,
Student Assistant.

Deadline: 10 a.m. Faculty in the spotlight Independent
Tuesday for the next Flonrida
week's newsletter. Professor Lars Noah was invited by the Alligator
E-mail news to National Academy of Sciences to serve about new
flalaw@law.ufl.edu, on a committee of the Institute of faculty
or bring a disk Medicine charged with proposing a tments. Mils Brown Woodhouse
oPr b a ds rmt t in mechanisms for the safety evaluation of
(PC format, text n Noah dietary supplements (he will be the only Professor Christopher Slobogin spoke on "The
WordPerfect or Word), non-scientist on the 12-member committee, which ABA's Standards Relating to Technologically-
including author's will meet periodically over the next two years n Assisted Physical Surveillance" at a continuing legal
name and contact Washington, D.C.). He has published "Scientific education seminar at the mid-year
information), to 'Republicanism': Expert Peer Review and the Quest meeting of the American Bar
Communications, 288 for Regulatory Deliberation," 49 Emory Law Journal Association in San Diego. He was
Holland Hall. (Submit 1033 (2000). quoted in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch
news for The Docket, Interim Dean Jon Mills and new faculty members Feb. 18, about technology conflicts
the student newsletter, Sherrie Russell-Brown and Barbara Bennett between police departments and Slobogin
to the John Marshall Woodhouse were quoted Feb. 16 in The pnvacy rights.
Bar Association.)
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FlaLaw
suspended For more events: www.law.ufl.edu/calendar
for break February
FlaLaw will not be 26 "FLORIDA ELECTION 2000: Insiders
published the week of at the Intersection of Law, Politics and Conferences/symposia
Spring Break, March 5-9. the Media," 8 a.m.-4 p.m., Auditorium "All Eyes on Florida: Revitalizing,
We will resume weekly FlaLaw Toastmasters Meeting, 5-6 p.m., Restoring and Revisiting," Seventh
publication with the 190B HOL Annual Public Interest Environmental
Monday, March 12, issue. Trial Team meeting, 5:30 6:30 p.m., Conference, March 22-24. For informa-
297 HOL
297 HOL tion: http://grove.ufl.edu/-els/about.html.
27 BLSA Talent Show, 5:30-9:30 p.m., "Building a Legacy of Jurisprudence for
Auditorium
Auditorimthe 21st Century," BLSA's 12th Annual
PAD initiation, 6:30 p.m., 283 HOL Alumni Reunion Weekend and 30th
Alumm Reunion Weekend and 30th
BLSA Talent Show, 5:30-9:30 p.m., .
BLSA Talent Show, 5:30-9:30 pm., Anniversary, March 22-25. For registration
Auditorium
or information: Rhonda Chung-de
JMBA, 5:30 p.m., 290 HOL
Cambre (decambre@ufl.edu) or BLSA
Law Review Writing Seminar for
aw Reve Writing Senar (grove.ufl.edu/-blsa, blsa@grove.ufl.edu).
second-year students, 5:30 p.m.,
190A HOL Symposium on Intellectual Property,
Law School Republicans, 6 p.m., Development and Human Rights, March
FlaLaw is published 296 HOL 24. For information: Assistant Dean
each week school is in Moot Court meeting, 6:30 pm., Patrick Shannon, 392.0421,
session to inform and 190C HOL shannon@law.ufl.edu.
uite the law school Phi Delta Phi informational meeting,
community. 5:20 p.m., 190B HOL
Editor: Debra Amirin, M a rch
Associate Director of 1 Financial aid seminar for externships
Communications. and summer law abroad programs,
Stan Huguenin, Director 12:40 p.m., 190A HOL
of Communications.
Susie Grace, Program
Assistant.
Christine Williams,
Student Assistant.

Deadline: 10 a.m. Faculty in the spotlight Independent
Tuesday for the next Flonrida
week's newsletter. Professor Lars Noah was invited by the Alligator
E-mail news to National Academy of Sciences to serve about new
flalaw@law.ufl.edu, on a committee of the Institute of faculty
or bring a disk Medicine charged with proposing a tments. Mils Brown Woodhouse
oPr b a ds rmt t in mechanisms for the safety evaluation of
(PC format, text n Noah dietary supplements (he will be the only Professor Christopher Slobogin spoke on "The
WordPerfect or Word), non-scientist on the 12-member committee, which ABA's Standards Relating to Technologically-
including author's will meet periodically over the next two years n Assisted Physical Surveillance" at a continuing legal
name and contact Washington, D.C.). He has published "Scientific education seminar at the mid-year
information), to 'Republicanism': Expert Peer Review and the Quest meeting of the American Bar
Communications, 288 for Regulatory Deliberation," 49 Emory Law Journal Association in San Diego. He was
Holland Hall. (Submit 1033 (2000). quoted in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch
news for The Docket, Interim Dean Jon Mills and new faculty members Feb. 18, about technology conflicts
the student newsletter, Sherrie Russell-Brown and Barbara Bennett between police departments and Slobogin
to the John Marshall Woodhouse were quoted Feb. 16 in The pnvacy rights.
Bar Association.)
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