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Table of Contents
    Law school community reacts to 'attack on America'
        Page 1
    Center for Career Services
        Page 2
    Beyond the initial interview -- callback interviews
        Page 3
    Healthy living: coping with stress and anxiety
        Page 4
    Library news: Acts finding on the Internet
        Page 5
    College of Law calendar
        Page 6
    Inside the Law School
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UNIVERSITY OF
SFLORIDA
Fredric G. Levin College of Law






Fredric G. Levin College of Law Newsletter Vol. 5 No. 6 September 24, 2001


Inside: Law School Community Reacts to "Attack on America"
Callback Interview
Tips (3) Legal Implications Forum Scheduled Wednesday
Coping with The immediate past vice president of the
Stress (4) International Court of Justice at The Hague will be
Grand Guard one of the featured speakers Wednesday (Sept. 26)
Returns (5) at a panel discussion of the "Legal Implications of
the Attack on America."
Faculty Christopher Weeramantry of Sri Lanka and
Accomplishments (6) eight other college legal experts will participate in
the session from 12:40-2 p.m., in Holland Hall
auditorium. It is organized by Associate Dean
Christopher Slobogin, and open to the public.
"Our speakers will briefly discuss legal implica- ..9
tions of the events of September 11, from the per-
Supreme spective of their areas of expertise," Slobogin said, BLSA Disaster Relief Fund
Court Judges and also will discuss legality of the various Black Law Students Association members
at Final Four responses the U.S. might make to the attack." Deaina M. Brown (left) and Avery R. Webster
Friday Participants include Associate Dean Michael collect donations to aid victims and families of
The Florida Seigel and professors Alyson Flournoy, Michael those killed or wounded in Sept. 11 terrorist
Supreme Court will Gordon, Berta Hernandez-Truyol, Diane Mazur, attacks. BLSA will accept monetary donations at
judge the Justice Winston Nagan, Juan Perea, Don Peters and the concourse table through Friday, and will
Campbell Thornal Sharon Rush. For information: Slobogin then give the proceeds to the Salvation Army.
Moot Court Team's (slobogin@law.ufl.edu, 392.2266).
Fall 2001 Final Four
Competitionthis "Realities of Religion and Humanity" Set Tuesday Evening
Friday (Sept. 28). Representatives of area organiza- Perceptions."
Students are invited to tions will participate in a Tuesday "We certainly at this time need to address and
attend a Q/A session (Sept. 25) evening panel discussion in understand some of the complex religious issues
with members of the the law school cafeteria to address facing us nationally and as a community,"
Court at 10 a.m. in the religious issues and misinformation Meghoo said, including the intersections of
Bailey Courtroom. The resulting from the Sept. 11 "Attack Meghoo-Peddie Judaism, Islam and Christianity."
competition will follow on America." Meghoo-Peddie said understanding principles
at noon in the Organized by the Center for the Study of Race of the Islamic faith may assist in dismantling mis-
Auditorium (190 and Race Relations, the event begins at 6 p.m. It conceptions, which since the Sept. 11 terrorist
Holland Hall). For is free and open to the public. attack have led to harassment, ethnic and religious
information: Vice- Desta Meghoo-Peddie, CSRRR assistant profiling and in extreme cases assaults and
Chair Jon Gatto, director, said representatives of Jewish, Muslim violence aimed at Muslims and Arabs.
jgatto@ufl.edu. and Christian faiths will participate in "The For information: Meghoo-Peddie, CSRRR
Realities of Religion and Humanity: Principles vs. (392.5013, meghoo@law.ufl.edu).


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FLALAW N EWSLETTER OF THE FREDRIC G. LEVIN COLLEGE OF LAW SEPTEMBER 24, 2001



Apply by
Friday for Join Pro Bono Committee law firms. Whether participating or not, students
Minority Students interested in signing up for the Career should consider attending this series of programs
Scholarships Services Pro Bono Committee should submit a on Alternatives to OCI and Big Firms:
Foley & Lardner, one resume and cover letter of interest to Laura Careers in the Corporate World
of the nation's largest law Traynhamor the Center for Career Services by Wednesday (Sept. 26), 12:45 p.m.,
firms, will award a $5,000 5 p.m., Tuesday (Sept. 25). The committee will Bailey Courtroom
scholarship to a 1L minor- help develop, monitor and evaluate pro bono FBI
ity UF law student. opportunities, projects, ideas and materials and Friday (Sept. 28), 12:45 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
Applications are available participate in the annual symposium. Public Interest Careers
in the Office of Student
Oct. 4, 12:45 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
Affairs and Admissions Programs Continue ct 12:45 pm y
Office and must be on Alternatives to OCI Opportunities with Small
returned to Shandrea On-Campus Interviewing & Medium Firms
Williams, Director of (OCI) can help students findCourtroom
Admissions, by Friday jobs, but it is not for everyone, Non-Traditional Legal Careers
(Sept. 28). For informa- since most employers that come Oct. 25, 12:45 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
tion: Williams to campus for fall OCI are large
(willshan@law.ufl.edu,
325 Holland Hall).
JMBA Elections Tuesday
JMBA elections for first-semester reps have been
rescheduled for Tuesday (Sept. 25), 6 p.m., 190
Holland Hall (Auditorium). For information: Chris
Hand (380.9043 or cjhand@ufl.edu).

Jewish Law Students Elections
The Jewish Law Students' Association will hold
a meeting and elections Tuesday (Sept. 25), 5:30
p.m., 290 Holland Hall.

Public Interest Environmental
Conference Committee Meetings LAW Supports Red Cross
The generosity of those who participated in
The Public Interest Environmental Conference ast ees La ssociation for Women
last week's Law Association for Women
Committee will meet Oct. 2 and 16, 5:15 p.m., in f r d g te S t On
fundraiser during the Student Organization Fair
the Center for Governmental Responsibility
the Center for Governmental Responsibility allowed the group to collect $121 in donations
Conference Room. Anyone wishing to help with the and t-shirt sales. LAW matched the funds and
spring conference is encouraged to attend. There are donated 242 to the American Red Cross.
a variety ofjobs available, and students can earn Congratulations to Joshua Brown and
(Congratulations to Joshua Brown and
academic credit. For information: Nicole Kibert, Meredith Thorp for winning t-shirts.)
nck(t,uifl.edu.
nck@uedu. Photo by Jake Hannaway.

Apply for Environmental and Land
Use Law Certificate Program ELULS Meetings
The semester deadline for applying for the The Environmental and Land Use Law Society
Environmental and Land Use Law Certificate will meet Tuesday (Sept. 25), 5:15 p.m., 292
Program is Oct. 15. For information: Program Holland Hall. (Next meeting Oct. 16.) For informa-
Assistant Marla Wolfe, 319 Holland Hall, tion: Regina Fegan (rfegan@ufl.edu).
392.3572, wolfemarla@law.ufl.edu.Aocemets cote page 5)
(Announcements continue page 5)

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FLALAW NEWSLETTER OF THE FREDRIC G. LEVIN COLLEGE OF LAW S EPTEMBER 24, 2001



Beyond the Initial Interview Callback Interviews
From the Centerfor Career Services

If you are participating in on-campus interview-
ing or job fairs or arranging initial interviews on
your own, you soon may receive callback invita-
tions. If you do, you can: (1) call to schedule an
interview, or (2) decline the invitation. If you are no
longer interested in a particular employer or city, do
not be concerned that your decision will be taken
personally. Most employers have a limited number
of invitations to extend, and you are helping fellow campus encounter or write-in application. Students
students and the employer by telling each as soon are responsible for finding out these policies before Evidence and
as possible you will not accept its invitation. they travel, and employers are responsible for mak- Federal Court
To help the hiring process proceed efficiently: ing policies widely and easily available. Naturally, Videos Available
1. Respond promptly to callback invitations. If you employers prefer you save money when possible; Want to know more
do not wish to be considered for an offer, inform visiting several employers in one trip and purchas- about the importance of
the employer promptly that you wish to withdraw ing supersaver or coach fare airplane tickets is rec- evidence? Interested in
from consideration. ommended. Get a reimbursement form from the family law? Want to brush
2. Schedule callback interviews only with employ- employer if necessary before you travel. up on the Federal courts?
ers you are seriously considering. The Media Services
3. Avoid rescheduling interviews unless absolutely Offers Center in the law library
necessary. When you receive an offer, be aware that, has collections of videos on
4. Cancel or reschedule interviews as far in advance although it sounds impersonal, employers must con- these and more than 100
as possible. sider numbers seriously in the process. They other topics. Names of the
5. When you call, ask how much time to allot for extend only a certain number of offers because they most popular videos are
your visit. Arrive on time, and be prepared to know from experience that "x" percent (this per- indexed on the library Web
stay as long as necessary to complete it. centage differs from employer to employer) are page (www.law.ufl.edu/lic/).
6. Bring copies of your resume, transcript, refer- accepted. Videos are available for
ences and a writing sample, unless the employer If you receive an offer and have no intention of viewing in the Media
specifies otherwise. If your writing sample is part accepting, decline by telephone or letter as soon as Services area, but cannot
of a work assignment from a previous employer, possible. If you wait, you may be preventing the be checked out.
k p n fm tt e r to d employer from making an offer to another student. Center hours are
ask permission from that employer to distribute
the document, and delete identifying references If you are unable to decide, you must reconfirm 7:30 a.m.- 11:45 p.m.,
the document, and delete identifying references
S.your interest within 30 days of the date you Monday-Thursday;
to the client or parties involved.
received the offer or the employer can withdraw its 7:30 a.m.-7:45 p.m.,
7. Make sure you can be reached by telephone. An
7. Make sure you can be reached by telephone. An offer. In addition, you should be familiar with Friday; 9 a.m.-5 p.m.,
answering machine or voicemail is helpful. Make NALP Principles and Standards for Law Placement Saturday; and 11 a.m.-
sure the message you record is clear, concise and and Recruitment Activities, Part V, "General 11:45 p.m., Sunday.
professional. Standards for the Timing of Offers and Decisions"
(available on NALP's website at www.nalp.org).
Reimbursable Expenses Finally, do not be defensive if a hiring adminis-
After an initial interview, some employers will trator asks where you will be working if you reject
reimburse for expenses you incur for a callback an offer. Employers often keep statistics about
interview such as transportation, hotel accom- where students work. They may be interested in
modations and meals. Discuss expense reimburse- your reasons and would appreciate candor.
ment procedures before you travel. Each employer As your job search progresses, make an appoint-
has its own guidelines and limits with respect to ment with Career Services for further information
reimbursement, and these policies vary depending about initial interviews, callback interviews, offers
upon whether the interview resulted from an on- and rejections.

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FLALAW NEWSLETTER OF THE FREDRIC G. LEVIN COLLEGE OF LAW S EPTEMBER 24, 2001





Coping With Stress and Anxiety
-By Heather McWilliams, Resource Counselor

Special Recent world events and law school-related For those of you who have more control over
Support activities such as On-Campus Interviews have your physical environment, many techniques can
essions greatly increased the level of stress and anxiety felt be utilized to reduce stress and anxiety Exercising
Ss by both students and faculty. There are 10 co- 3-4 times a week will reduce stress and increase
Saturdays by both students and faculty. There are 10 com- health of you ,
mon symptoms of stress you should be aware of: the r body, and also will help reduce
Law school resource 1 Tense muscles; sore neck, shoulders and back any anxiety that may revolve around your body
counselors will be hold- image. Also, try to eat a balanced diet, drink plenty
2. Insomnia
ing group support ses- 3. Fatigue of water, and sleep enough hours to feel energized.
sions on Saturdays at 4 g The most important objective is to relax. Treat
p.m. for the next several 4. Boredom, depression, listlessness yourself to a massage, practice deep breathing, or
weeks in the Center for 5. Drinking too much practice muscle and mental relaxation.
Career Services for those 6. Eating too much/little The last intervention for reducing stress cog-
who want to talk more 7. Gastrointestinal problems nitive techniques is the least often used, but can
personally about the trag- 8. Heart palpitations have the most powerful results. Carl Jung said that,
ic events of Sept. 11. 9. Phobias "It all depends on how we look at things, and not
If you are experienc- 10. Tics, restlessness, itching on how they are in themselves." So try practicing
ing stress or anxiety due If you are experiencing these symptoms, positive imagery. When anticipating a stressful sit-
to recent world events, we remember that stress can be channeled by environ- uation (like an OCI), imagine yourself in the set-
encourage you to attend mental, physical and cognitive interventions. ting having a successful, enjoyable, confident
one of these sessions or One way you can personally influence your experience.
contact Resource environment to reduce stress is to organize your Try to develop positive associations with situa-
Counselor Heather day and learn effective time-management tech- tions that are typically stressful. This can be done
McWilliams (392.7044, niques. This includes prioritizing your day's work by selecting projects that complement your values,
mcwillh@law.ufl.edu) for into tasks that are most important and need to be interests and strengths. Assert yourself and practice
an appointment. Office handled first, tasks that are less urgent, and those optimism.
hours: Monday 2-6 p.m., that are low priority and can be done another day. These techniques will be particularly useful
Tuesday 2-6 p.m., Another good idea is to focus your energy on when the time comes to interview with potential
Thursday 8 a.m.-1 p.m. projects you believe will give you the greatest employers. Use self-talk to give yourself a mental
long-term benefits. Try to be good to yourself and ego boost. Remind yourself of your accomplish-
give yourself time off as a reward for accomplish- ments, successes and worth as a potential employee
ing important tasks. before facing an interviewer.
If you would like to practice muscle or mental
relaxation, or if you would like to discuss obstacles
or barriers that may be causing you stress or anxi-
ety, make an appointment or visit me during my
Soffice hours.


For information or an appointment: Resource
Counselor Heather McWilliams, 244 Bruton-Geer
Hall, phone 392.7044, e-mail mcwillh@law.ufl.edu.
Office hours: Monday 2-6 p.m., Tuesday 2-6 p.m.,
Thursday 8 a.m.-1 p.m.






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FLALAW NEWSLETTER OF THE FREDRIC G. LEVIN COLLEGE OF LAW SEPTEMBER 24, 2001



Library News: Acts Finding
on Internet
One problem consistently frus-
trating students is how to find the
text of an act. Suppose you are
looking for the original Social
Security Act where do you begin
your search?
Vallandingham
For more recent legislation, try
the Internet. Go to a search engine like Google
Grand Guard Returns and type the name of the act in quotes. Or go to
Associate Dean Michael Seigel (left) visited the official websites of the legislative body that
with Grand Guard members and spouses as they passed the legislation. Ice Cream
returned to campus Sept. 7 for a variety of activi- However, finding older acts online can be Social Thursday
ties and induction of the class of 1951 into the tricky if you don't know when the original act The JMBA/LEXIS Ice
Guard (individuals who graduated at least 50 was passed. For example, typing "Social Security Cream Social is scheduled
years ago). Present were Julian Williams '40, Act" in Google will give you many hits, but if for Thursday, Oct. 4, on
Ernestine Williams, Alpha Smith, Gilbert you don't know that the original act was passed the concourse. Free sun-
Smith '51, Professor of Law Emeritus Mandy on August 14, 1935, you may mistake an amend- daes will be served begin-
Glicksberg '51, Warren Hamann '51, Legal ment to the act for the original act itself. One ning at noon. First come -
Information Center Director Betty Taylor, Harry print resource we have at the reference desk is first served.
Michaels '51, Jim Clayton '51, Virgil Mayo '51, "Shepard's Acts and Cases by Popular Names." Congratulations to win-
Fran Mayo and Bob Sommer '50. Look up the name of the act, find out when it was nr s o dwin
ners of the LEXIS drawing
promulgated, and where it is located. held at the Organization
held at the Organization
(Announcements continued) Since the late 1950s, acts passed by Congress Fair last week: Nia
are assigned Public Law (P.L.) numbers. For Johnson, Nicole Kbert,
Alumni Networking Luncheon example, the "Safe Drinking Water Act" of 1974 Kim Bosshardt, Jenn ier
First-semester students are invited to the resched- was assigned a public law number of P.L. 93-523. Gurevitz, Amy Bandow,
uled networking luncheon with the law school 93 represents the session of Congress, 523 signi- Don Londeree, Deaina M.
Alumni Council, to be held in conjunction with their fies this was the 523rd act passed by Congress Brown, Kelly Daoudk,
fall meeting Saturday (Sept. 29), prior to the UF- during that session. Judit Karpati, Dolina
Mississippi State football game. A BBQ lunch will Public laws are published in the Statutes at Lordeous, Diana Hewitt,
be served at noon. Large series we have in the reference section. John Vericker, Kimberly
Students are asked to arrive at 11:30 a.m. in front Beginning with the 93rd Congress (1973), the Topping, LaShawnda
of the Bailey Courtroom to sign in and fill out infor- Statutes at Large can be found online at Jackson and Joe DeVesta.
mation cards for alumni matching. Students also http://thomas.loc.gov. If you look for an act Also, the first LEXIS
may sit in on the Council meeting at 10:30 a.m., passed prior to the late 1950s, you will find a cita- $100 winner of he semes-
but this is not required. tion to the Statutes at Large such as 49 Stat. 620. ter is Cindi Shelton.
To attend, contact Martha Bane in the Alumni I hope this helps get you started in your
Affairs Office (banem@law.ufl.edu, 392.9296). search.
Christopher Vallandingham,
Join College Alumni Council Reference Librarian,
December 2001 graduates interested in joining Legal Information Center
the law school Alumni Council should e-mail
Assistant Director of Development and Alumni
Affairs Kelley Wood (woodkm@law.ufl.edu). This Note: If you received a new LEXIS-NEXIS card,
distinguished group of about 200 alumni represents disregard the label instructing you to regis-
each class year from 1940. It acts in an advisory ter the password. If you have used LEXIS-
capacity and assists with fund-raising, reunions, NEXIS in the past, your password should
regional gatherings and student support. Interviews already have been registered. Contact me if
will be held prior to the fall Alumni Council meet- you have any problems.
ing Saturday (Sept. 29), starting at 9 a.m.

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FLALAW NEWSLETTER OF THE FREDRIC G. LEVIN COLLEGE OF LAW S EPTEMBER 24, 2001




LEXIS Training
* LL.M. Tax Training For more events: http://www.law.ufl.edu/calendar/
Tuesday-Thursday September Auditorium
(Sept. 25-27), 11 a.m.- 24 JLPP Meeting, 5:20 p.m., 297 HOL Careers in the Corporate World,
noon and 2-3 p.m. 25 Panel discussion on "The Realities of 12:45- 1:45 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
SCertification classes Religion and Humanity: Principles vs. 27 Criminal Law Association Meeting, 4 p.m.,
next week. (Times to be Perceptions," 6 p.m., Cafeteria. Open to the Auditorium
posted in LEXIS Lab.) public. JLPP Meeting, 6:30 p.m., 297 HOL
Environmental and Land Use Society 28 EASELS/Florida Bar conference,
Meeting, 5:15 p.m., 292 HOL 8 a.m. 5 p.m., 283 HOL
Toastmasters, 5:20 p.m., 190C HOL Moot Court Final Four, Q/A with Florida
Faculty Lunch Social, noon, Faculty Dining Supreme Court, 10 a.m., Bailey Courtroom;
Room Final Four competition, noon, Auditorium
ABA/LSD Meeting, 5:20 p.m., 296 HOL Faculty Enrichment, noon, Faculty Dining
GatorWell Program, 10-3 p.m., Concourse Room. Dorothy Roberts, Professor,
JMBA Meeting and Elections, 6 p.m. Northwestern University School of Law, will
Auditorium talk about her forthcoming book, Shattered
Bonds: The Color of Child Welfare.
LCC Meeting, 5:20 p.m., 190A HOL
FlaLaw is published to 1 FBI, 12:45-1:45 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
help inform and coor- PAD Meeting, 6:30 p.m., 190C HOL
dinate activities of the Jewish Law Students Association Elections, October
law school community. 5:30 p.m., 290 HOL 1 JLPP Meeting, 5:20 p.m., 297 HOL
law school community.
26 Public Forum on "Legal Implications 2 Toastmasters, 5:20 p.m., 190C HOL
Stan Huguenin, Director of the Attack on America," 12:40-2 p.m.,
of Communications.
Editor: Debra Amirin,
Associate Director of A
Communications.
Christine Williams, In The Spotlight Americans bracing for a backlash
Program Assistant.
Program Assistant. Information as provided by faculty and staff and by regular due to recent events in New York
Sanjeev Sirpal, searches of news media story reports. and Washington.
Editorial Assistant. and Washington.
Jake Hannaway, Affilate Professor Paul Magnarella Tom Ankersen, director of the law
Student Intern. has been elected to the executive school's Conservation Clinic and
board of the Association of Third joint UF/University of Costa Rica Ankersen
Deadline: 10 a.m. World Studies. He continues to serve program, was interviewed by Classic
Tuesday or the nextt as the association's special counsel 89 FM regarding the clinic and pro-
weeks newsletter. and representative to the U.N. Magnarella gram's recent MacArthur grant.
E-mail news to Professor Jeff Harrison's article, Professor Joseph Little was quoted
flalaw@law.ufl.edu, "Reconceptualizing the Expert in the Orlando Sentinel regarding
or bring a disxk Witness: Social Costs, Current privacy issues coming into question Little
(PC format, text in Controls and Proposed Responses," with the advent of new counter-

including author's Journal on Regulation. (Reprint in Harrison Associate Dean Michael Seigel par-
name and contact Faculty Lounge.) ticipated in a discussion on WUFT
information), to Professor Juan Perea's editing of a AM on legal aspects of the Sept. 11
Communications, 288 volume on nativism, Immigrants terrorism and what may be involved Seigel
Holland Hall. (Submi Out!, was referenced and he was in bringing those responsible to
news for the student
news for the student quoted in a NewHouse News Service justice in the U.S.
newsletter, The Docket,
newsletter, The o t, article regarding Muslims and Arab- Perea
to John Marshall Bar
Association.)

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FLALAW NEWSLETTER OF THE FREDRIC G. LEVIN COLLEGE OF LAW S EPTEMBER 24, 2001




LEXIS Training
* LL.M. Tax Training For more events: http://www.law.ufl.edu/calendar/
Tuesday-Thursday September Auditorium
(Sept. 25-27), 11 a.m.- 24 JLPP Meeting, 5:20 p.m., 297 HOL Careers in the Corporate World,
noon and 2-3 p.m. 25 Panel discussion on "The Realities of 12:45- 1:45 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
SCertification classes Religion and Humanity: Principles vs. 27 Criminal Law Association Meeting, 4 p.m.,
next week. (Times to be Perceptions," 6 p.m., Cafeteria. Open to the Auditorium
posted in LEXIS Lab.) public. JLPP Meeting, 6:30 p.m., 297 HOL
Environmental and Land Use Society 28 EASELS/Florida Bar conference,
Meeting, 5:15 p.m., 292 HOL 8 a.m. 5 p.m., 283 HOL
Toastmasters, 5:20 p.m., 190C HOL Moot Court Final Four, Q/A with Florida
Faculty Lunch Social, noon, Faculty Dining Supreme Court, 10 a.m., Bailey Courtroom;
Room Final Four competition, noon, Auditorium
ABA/LSD Meeting, 5:20 p.m., 296 HOL Faculty Enrichment, noon, Faculty Dining
GatorWell Program, 10-3 p.m., Concourse Room. Dorothy Roberts, Professor,
JMBA Meeting and Elections, 6 p.m. Northwestern University School of Law, will
Auditorium talk about her forthcoming book, Shattered
Bonds: The Color of Child Welfare.
LCC Meeting, 5:20 p.m., 190A HOL
FlaLaw is published to 1 FBI, 12:45-1:45 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
help inform and coor- PAD Meeting, 6:30 p.m., 190C HOL
dinate activities of the Jewish Law Students Association Elections, October
law school community. 5:30 p.m., 290 HOL 1 JLPP Meeting, 5:20 p.m., 297 HOL
law school community.
26 Public Forum on "Legal Implications 2 Toastmasters, 5:20 p.m., 190C HOL
Stan Huguenin, Director of the Attack on America," 12:40-2 p.m.,
of Communications.
Editor: Debra Amirin,
Associate Director of A
Communications.
Christine Williams, In The Spotlight Americans bracing for a backlash
Program Assistant.
Program Assistant. Information as provided by faculty and staff and by regular due to recent events in New York
Sanjeev Sirpal, searches of news media story reports. and Washington.
Editorial Assistant. and Washington.
Jake Hannaway, Affilate Professor Paul Magnarella Tom Ankersen, director of the law
Student Intern. has been elected to the executive school's Conservation Clinic and
board of the Association of Third joint UF/University of Costa Rica Ankersen
Deadline: 10 a.m. World Studies. He continues to serve program, was interviewed by Classic
Tuesday or the nextt as the association's special counsel 89 FM regarding the clinic and pro-
weeks newsletter. and representative to the U.N. Magnarella gram's recent MacArthur grant.
E-mail news to Professor Jeff Harrison's article, Professor Joseph Little was quoted
flalaw@law.ufl.edu, "Reconceptualizing the Expert in the Orlando Sentinel regarding
or bring a disxk Witness: Social Costs, Current privacy issues coming into question Little
(PC format, text in Controls and Proposed Responses," with the advent of new counter-

including author's Journal on Regulation. (Reprint in Harrison Associate Dean Michael Seigel par-
name and contact Faculty Lounge.) ticipated in a discussion on WUFT
information), to Professor Juan Perea's editing of a AM on legal aspects of the Sept. 11
Communications, 288 volume on nativism, Immigrants terrorism and what may be involved Seigel
Holland Hall. (Submi Out!, was referenced and he was in bringing those responsible to
news for the student
news for the student quoted in a NewHouse News Service justice in the U.S.
newsletter, The Docket,
newsletter, The o t, article regarding Muslims and Arab- Perea
to John Marshall Bar
Association.)

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