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Table of Contents
    Staff/faculty/student potluck
        Page 1
    Center for Career Services
        Page 2
    Transportation solutions
        Page 3
    More maps
        Page 4
    Master mediators share tips at IDR symposium
        Page 5
    'Attack on America' websites listed
        Page 5
    College of Law calendar
        Page 6
    Inside the Law School
        Page 6
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UNIVERSITY OF
SFLORIDA
Fredric G. Levin College of Law






Fredric G. Levin College of Law Newsletter Vol. 5 No. 7 October 1, 2001


Inside Staff/Faculty/Student Potluck
Insert on Parking Everyone is invited to the annual Staff/Faculty/
Alternatives at the Student Potluck Supper Tuesday, Oct. 9, 5:30 p.m., at
Law School the Maguire Village Recreation Center. Bring a
friend, partner, spouse and/or your kids.
The Law Association for Women will provide
fried chicken. You are asked to bring a favorite side
dish, soda or dessert. (It can be a simple dish or store
bought.)
For information, directions to Maguire Village, or
access to a refrigerator that day, contact Dawn Staff Support Disaster Relief
Henrichon at dhenrich@law.ufl.edu.
Law school students, faculty and staff helped

Meetings This Week out in a variety of ways last week during the
national crisis. Legal Information Center Director
The Public Interest Environmental Conference
Betty Taylor, for example, bought box lunches for
Committee will meet Tuesday (Oct. 2), 5:15 p.m., library staff from the Gainesville Police
Center for Governmental Responsibility Conferencethe Gainesville Police
Center for Governmental Responsibility Conference Department, with proceeds going to disaster relief
Room. For information: Nicole Kibert, for those involved in the terrorist attacks in New
nck@ufl.edu. York and Washington. Secretary Susan Noonan
Out-Law will meet Tuesday (Oct. 2), 5:30 p.m., (above) helped distribute the 37 lunches.
312H Holland Hall. All welcome. For information: _
Brown Bags Jon Gurney (gurney@ufl.edu), Rachel Harvey and annual Public Interest Environmental
Brown Bag luncheons (harveyr@ufl.edu) or Professor Danaya Wright. Conference. The semester deadline for applying
with Dean Jon Mills are APIL will meet Thursday (Oct. 4), 12:40 p.m. for the Environmental and Land Use Law
scheduled for 11:30 a.m., Check chalk board for location. Certificate Program is Oct. 15. For information:
Monday, Oct. 8 (focusing The Christian Legal Society will meet Thursday Program Assistant Marla Wolfe, 319 Holland Hall,
on second-year law stu- (Oct. 4), 6 p.m., Cafeteria. 392.3572, wolfemarla@law.ufl.edu.
dents), and 12:40 p.m., For a complete list of meetings and activities, see
Friday, Nov. 2 (mid- the calendar on page 4 or go to the Web at: Phi Alpha Delta Inductees
semester update). Both http://www.law.ufl.edu/calendar/. The Fletcher Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta is
will be held in the Faculty pleased to announce new inductees: Justin Flippen,
Meeting Room. Come Apply for Environmental and Land Nicole Kibert, Tama Koss, John Metcalf, Yohance
make sure your voice is Use Law Certificate Program Pettis, Louis Rosen and Daniel Setlow. The new
heard. The Environmental and Land Use Law Program members were inducted in a ceremony held on cam-
works to educate future lawyers through an innova- pus Sept. 18, under supervision of current members
tive dual approach that recognizes many environmen- and Associate Dean for Student Affairs Gail Sasnett.
tal problems are a consequence of inappropriate uses
of land. The program includes a rich curriculum, ELULS Meeting
career 'brown bag' luncheons, independent study The Environmental and Land Use Law Society
opportunities, summer externships, environmental will meet Oct. 16, 5:15 p.m., 292 Holland Hall. For
moot court competition, Environmental Law Society, information: Regina Fegan (rfegan@ufl.edu).

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Ice Cream
Social Oct. 4 Presidential Management not for everyone. Students should consider attend-
Enjoy free sundaes on Intern Program ing this series of programs on Alternatives to OCI
the concourse during the The 2001 Presidential Management Intern and Big Firms:
JMBA/LEXIS Ice Cream
JMBA XIS e Cream (PMI) Program is interested in students from Public Interest Careers,
Social Thursday (Oct. 4), diverse social and cultural backgrounds who are Thursday (Oct. 4), 12:45 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
noon-2 p.m. First come academically prepared, motivated and interested in State Judicial Clerkships,
first served.
t srve meeting the challenges of public service. The posi- Friday (Oct. 5), 12:40 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
LEXIS congratulates .
LEXIS congratuates tions are two-year federal government internships. Opportunities with Small
another $100 winner:
Students graduating in December, May or July & Medium Firms
Evan Abramowitz.
are eligible to be nominated by their educational Oct. 18, 12:45 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
institution for participation in the 2001 PMI Non-Traditional Legal Career
Program. Finalists should be eligible for placement Oct. 25, 12:45 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
during the 2002 placement cycle.
Students who meet PMI requirements will be
invited to participate in a structured assessment
center process during January and February. Final
selection is based on student participation and per-
formance in a one-day assessment center process.
WESTLAW For information and an application (must be
TRAI N NG postmarked by Oct. 31), stop by Career Services.
Advanced Certificate
A dvan cd Certificate 1 State Judical Clerkships l
- 3-4ap.m. and 4:10-5:10 Thinking about ajudicial clerkship? Your

p.m.; Tuesday (Oct. 2) chances are better than you may think.
12:40-1:40 p.m.; Most students tend to screen themselves out
Wednesday (Oct. 3)- based on grades. However, the myth that only the

LL.M. Tax Training: just that a myth. f you have experience on one
Today-Wednesday (Oct. or more law journals, or you have extensive writ-
1-3). (Check Westlaw ing experience, you may find there are many
desk in Bruton-Geer lab judges more interested in your research and writ-Last summer, Iworedat U's
for times.) ing skills than your GPA. Office of Technology Licensing to gain
Check with a Westlaw Some reasons to pursue a clerkship: experience and supplement my education
Student representative for Unique opportunity to be part of the judicial in patent and copyright law. Career
App Add makeup dates. decision-making process. Servicesfacilitated communication
Exposure to a wide variety of substantive legal between the office and law school to cre-
Remember to enroll issues without the pressures of billable hours. ate a new externship that allowed me to
in Westlaw Rewards and Fantastic networking opportunity. earn credits while I worked. They also
earn frequent user points Impressive addition to your professional helped coordinate legal research projects
toward free merchandise biography. with UF's General Counsel, allowing me
such as study guides and Many large law firms hire former judicial clerks. to develop writing samples in the expand-
electronics. You can Get started now. Attend the State Judicial ingfield of business method patents that
instantly win gift certifi- Clerkship Meeting Friday (Oct. 5), 12:40 p.m., led to an additionalfive-week paid sum-
cates for Amazon.com, Bailey Courtroom. mer associateposition with an Orlando



mer associateFposition with an OrlandoL a w
Sharper Image and J.
Crew; law school tuition; Alternatives to OCI biotech patent lawfirm"
Robert Thornburg (3L)
computer packages; or a On-Campus Interviewing (OCI) can help stu-
2002 Volkswagen Passat. dents find jobs, but working for large law firms is


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FLALAW NEWSLETTER OF THE FREDRIC G. LEVIN COLLEGE OF LAW O CTOBER 1, 2001




By Editorial Assistant Jake Hannaway
The 1947 Seminoe, the University of are almost always spots. The buses run every
seven to 10 minutes with Park and Ride 1 stopping
Florida's yearbook, gives us in its pages a hint of a
as close as Fraternity Row.
far different UF campus: less than 10,000 enrolled rr
3. Oaks Mall
all men, flavets (barrack-like housing for WWII a
If you want to avoid campus parking, and can
veterans at Flavet Field), and, most notably,f you want to avoid campus parking, and can
AMPLE PARKING. stand not having your car nearby, park at the Oaks
s t s tin h c Mall near the bus stop and ride Lines 5 or 20 east-
Needless to say, things have changed.
Now the only peson wih a gaaned p bound to campus. Line 5 picks up every 30 min-
Now the only person with a guaranteed parking,
utes, at the bottom and top
space may be Steve Spurrier, and even that is a the a
of the hour, and Line 20
good 300 yards from the practice fields. Not even
law students the only group with a sizeable picks up every 12 to 15 mi- LA
utes. The ride to campus on
parking area adjacent to their classrooms in a rela- utes. The ride to campus on SCHOOL
the 5 takes about 15 min-
tively remote area of campus can easily find STUDENT
utes, and 25 minutes on the
on-campus parking. CPOOL
20. Line 5 runs east on 2nd
Since non-law students use the law school area ene past the ft
as a satellite lot, and without an expansion or Hoiand Hall, and Line 20
garage planned anytime in the near future, a al n s
sensible solution is to look elsewhere. stops at the Reitz Union sta-
tion. Line 5 westbound does
The trick lies in knowing where other spots
not pass by, however it
may be found and how to get from them to classes t ass b ho
stays on University. You can
in a timely manner.
either ride 20 back to the
Enter Gainesville's bus system, Regional t
mall lots, or catch 5 west-
Transit System (RTS). All UF students and faculty o o rst at
ride free upon showing a Gator-1 ID card. All
seven or 37 past the hour. If
buses are air-conditioned, very clean, and general- or at e ur
ly on time although some buses fill during you opt for eatter, be sure
to get as far east as you can
morning and afternoon rush. es fr ad as
buses fill rapidly as they
Four Good Possibilities move west.
4. Home
1. Fraternity Row
If you park here, take care to park in the "Allu wish to forgo the
Decal" section, not the "Red" areas closest to the driving experience entirely, a Photos by JakeHannaway
list of apartment complexes
houses (Parking Enforcement tickets here). It's rel-
and other area locations 'Poo' Spaces One Solution
atively close, as the most distant space is about a 'Pool' Spaces One Solution
half-mile from the College of Law, and it's rela- servicedGail Sasnett (left), Associate Dean for
tively open spots can be found in this lot found at www.go-rts.com. Student Affairs, helped organize the law school's
throughout most of the day. The only caveat is the Lines 5 and 43Car Pool Permit Program, which guarantees
terrain the area slopes, and at the south of the stop in front of Holland. groups of students prime parking spaces. She
lot a sizeable hill lies between the pedestrian and Not Worth reports 25 spots available, with more to be added
the destination. "Frat Row" buses run every six if demand requires it. The permit is free, and
minutes to the top of the hill, according to RTS The Effort only one Commuter decal is needed for everyone
flyers, providing a quicker, easier way up the hill 1. O'Connell Center to park, saving money. To qualify, at least three
in case you're in a power suit or 2-inch heels. It fills almost as quickly people need to sign up under one permit. For stu-
2. Park and Ride as our lots, and buses run dents residing outside Alachua County, only two
Check out the Park and Ride lots, one by the sparsely between here and people need to request a permit.
Harn Museum and the second by the new UF there, making for a long For more information or to sign up for a Car
Hotel and Convention Center on 34th Street. walk over poor sidewalks. Pool Permit, go to Student Affairs.
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More Maps
or aps (Transportation, Continued) "Commuter Lot" bus that picks up at the lot does
For additional maps
and bus routes, go to: 2. Parking Garage V not run to the law school. If you do park there, the
http://www.go-rts.com/ North-South Drive and Museum Road best way to get to class is the Frat Row Line,
routes/index.html. It also fills quickly, it's rather far from the dis- which picks up a little west of the North South
tant end of the lot to the bus stop, and the and Museum intersection.


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HUB, then University and back down North Souple hundred yards from the College of Law, this routeIt picks up at all stops every six
minute* Park and Ride 2, from the campus core. (Bear in amind Frback, pickRow Ling up evers only 15go clockwse. These buses are often full in theminutes.
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up every 10 minutes.







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HUB, then University and back down North South. It picks up every 7-10 minutes.
m Park and Ride 2, from the mu hotel (Bhe Union and back, picking up every 15 minutes.
m North South Circulator, from the HUB to Shands and the Veterinary College, picking up every 30 minutes.
SEast West Circulator, runs at night, combining Frat Row and Commuter Lines into one circuit. t








FLALAW NEWSLETTER OF THE FREDRIC G. LEVIN COLLEGE OF LAW OCTOBER 1, 2001


Research
Master Mediators Share Tips At IDR Symposium Assistant
Needed
M asters in the art of human con- Professor Barbara
flict resolution shared secrets to suc- Bennett Woodhouse
cess with more than 100 lawyers, stu- needs one or more
dents and others attending the Second research assistants to
Annual Upchurch Watson & White help prepare drafts of
Dispute Resolution Symposium in articles and book chap-
early September at the UF Hotel & ters for publication.
Conference Center. The event was pre- Topics include
sented by the law school's Institute for children's, family and
Dispute Resolution which benefits juvenile law.
from a $100,000 endowment estab- Applicants should
lished by Upchurch Watson & White be upper level students
(with offices in Daytona Beach and who have studied fami-
Maitland), to support teaching, ly law and have strong
research, conflict management Justice Ben Overton (LLB '52) holds the Institute for Dispute research and bluebook
progras and the s iu Resolution's (IDR) Annual Award for Achievement in Dispute reer
tResolution, now named in his honor. IDR Director Don Peters (left) skills. Leave resume in
Presenters included firm principals and three representatives of Upchurch Watson & White principal box on door of 309
Lawrence M. Watson Jr. (JD '69), Larry Watson (JD '69), Mediation Counsel Lynne Womack and prin- Holland Hall, or e-mail
former Circuit Judge John J. cipal John Upchurch (JD '68) participated in the presentation. it to: woodhous@
Upchurch IV (JD '68) and Terrence law. ufl. edu..
M. White, as well as Rodney Max of
Sirote & Permutt, Birmingham, Ala., and John Overton was honored at a reception recognizing his G vert
Wagner of Irell & Manella, Los Angeles. In addi- service as 2000-01 Chairman of the ABA Section Government,
tion, Professor Don Peters and retired Justice Ben on Dispute Resolution. It was announced that the Florida Law
Overton (LLB '52) appeared on a panel with the UF Institute for Dispute Resolution's Annual Award Videos Available
above presenters on "Commonly Encountered for Achievement in Dispute Resolution will bear his Interested in the govern-
Challenges in Each Phase of the Mediation name. Overton joined Upchurch Watson & White in ment? Want to improve
Process." 1999 after stepping down from a 24-year career on your Florida law skills?
The evening before the symposium, Justice the Supreme Court. The Media Services
Center in the law library
has collections of videos on
these and more than 100
'Attack on America' Websites Listed other topics. Names of the
most popular videos are
Trying to piece together a compre- Westlaw has created a free new database (WTC- indexed on the library Web
hensive picture of terrorist acts, ter- ALL) that contains documents relating to the WTC page (www.law.ufl.edu/lic/).
rorist organizations, and the ongoing attacks and to terrorism in general. These docu- Videos are available for
investigation into the attacks on the ments include sections from the United States Code viewing in the Media
World Trade Center can be difficult Annotated (USCA) concerning air piracy and ter- Services area, but cannot
because of the fragmented nature of Vallandingham rorism, and texts of congressional bills dealing with be checked out.
many online news sources. the aftermath of the attacks. Another free resource Center hours are
In response to the recent attacks, Lexis-Nexis is the "Terrorist Directory" at 7:30 a.m.- 11:45 p.m.,
has created a free website, www.linkvoyager.com/cgi-bin/ serve.fcgi/terrorism. Monday-Thursday;
www.lexisnexis.com/resources default.shtml, that This directory is categorized and searchable by key- 7:30 a.m.-7:45 p.m.,
gathers news articles from their extensive database words and phrases. Friday; 9 a.m.-5 p.m.,
and places them under numerous categories that Christopher Vallandingham, Saturday; and 11 a.m.-
deal strictly with terrorism and other information Reference Librarian, 11:45 p.m., Sunday.
relevant to the WTC attacks. Legal Information Center


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FLALAW NEWSLETTER OF THE FREDRIC G. LEVIN COLLEGE OF LAW OCTOBER 1, 2001


Research
Master Mediators Share Tips At IDR Symposium Assistant
Needed
M asters in the art of human con- Professor Barbara
flict resolution shared secrets to suc- Bennett Woodhouse
cess with more than 100 lawyers, stu- needs one or more
dents and others attending the Second research assistants to
Annual Upchurch Watson & White help prepare drafts of
Dispute Resolution Symposium in articles and book chap-
early September at the UF Hotel & ters for publication.
Conference Center. The event was pre- Topics include
sented by the law school's Institute for children's, family and
Dispute Resolution which benefits juvenile law.
from a $100,000 endowment estab- Applicants should
lished by Upchurch Watson & White be upper level students
(with offices in Daytona Beach and who have studied fami-
Maitland), to support teaching, ly law and have strong
research, conflict management Justice Ben Overton (LLB '52) holds the Institute for Dispute research and bluebook
progras and the s iu Resolution's (IDR) Annual Award for Achievement in Dispute reer
tResolution, now named in his honor. IDR Director Don Peters (left) skills. Leave resume in
Presenters included firm principals and three representatives of Upchurch Watson & White principal box on door of 309
Lawrence M. Watson Jr. (JD '69), Larry Watson (JD '69), Mediation Counsel Lynne Womack and prin- Holland Hall, or e-mail
former Circuit Judge John J. cipal John Upchurch (JD '68) participated in the presentation. it to: woodhous@
Upchurch IV (JD '68) and Terrence law. ufl. edu..
M. White, as well as Rodney Max of
Sirote & Permutt, Birmingham, Ala., and John Overton was honored at a reception recognizing his G vert
Wagner of Irell & Manella, Los Angeles. In addi- service as 2000-01 Chairman of the ABA Section Government,
tion, Professor Don Peters and retired Justice Ben on Dispute Resolution. It was announced that the Florida Law
Overton (LLB '52) appeared on a panel with the UF Institute for Dispute Resolution's Annual Award Videos Available
above presenters on "Commonly Encountered for Achievement in Dispute Resolution will bear his Interested in the govern-
Challenges in Each Phase of the Mediation name. Overton joined Upchurch Watson & White in ment? Want to improve
Process." 1999 after stepping down from a 24-year career on your Florida law skills?
The evening before the symposium, Justice the Supreme Court. The Media Services
Center in the law library
has collections of videos on
these and more than 100
'Attack on America' Websites Listed other topics. Names of the
most popular videos are
Trying to piece together a compre- Westlaw has created a free new database (WTC- indexed on the library Web
hensive picture of terrorist acts, ter- ALL) that contains documents relating to the WTC page (www.law.ufl.edu/lic/).
rorist organizations, and the ongoing attacks and to terrorism in general. These docu- Videos are available for
investigation into the attacks on the ments include sections from the United States Code viewing in the Media
World Trade Center can be difficult Annotated (USCA) concerning air piracy and ter- Services area, but cannot
because of the fragmented nature of Vallandingham rorism, and texts of congressional bills dealing with be checked out.
many online news sources. the aftermath of the attacks. Another free resource Center hours are
In response to the recent attacks, Lexis-Nexis is the "Terrorist Directory" at 7:30 a.m.- 11:45 p.m.,
has created a free website, www.linkvoyager.com/cgi-bin/ serve.fcgi/terrorism. Monday-Thursday;
www.lexisnexis.com/resources default.shtml, that This directory is categorized and searchable by key- 7:30 a.m.-7:45 p.m.,
gathers news articles from their extensive database words and phrases. Friday; 9 a.m.-5 p.m.,
and places them under numerous categories that Christopher Vallandingham, Saturday; and 11 a.m.-
deal strictly with terrorism and other information Reference Librarian, 11:45 p.m., Sunday.
relevant to the WTC attacks. Legal Information Center


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Check out our free
Roommate Referral For more events: http://www.law.ufl.edu/calendar/
and Book Exchange October 5 Faculty Enrichment, noon, Faculty Dining
services, publications 1 JLPP Meeting, 5:20 p.m., 297 HOL Room. Martin Heesacker, Professor &
and information on 2 Toastmasters, 5:20 p.m., 190C HOL Chair, UF Psychology Department, on
"Gender and Emotion: Beliefs and Data."
the College of Law Brown Bag Faculty Workshop, 11:30 a.m.,
Web site: Faculty Dining Room, Professor Mark Informational Meeting, State Judicial
Thurmon, "The Right to Jury Trial & Clerkships, 12:40-1:40 p.m., Bailey
www.law. ufl.edu. Trademark Law" Courtroom
8 JLPP Meeting, 5:20 p.m., 297 HOL
The site also features Public Interest Environmental Conference
issues of FLaw Committee Meeting, 5:15 p.m., CGR 9 Toastmasters, 5:20 p.m., 190C HOL
past issues of FlaLaw
s Conference Room L.A.W. Faculty/Student Potluck, 5:30 p.m.,
(in full color) as well JMBA Meeting, 6 p.m., 190A HOL McGuire Village Club House
as other law school LCC Meeting, 5:20 p.m., 292 HOL Faculty Lunch Social, noon, Faculty Dining
materials. Click on Out-Law Meeting, 5:30 p.m., 312 HOL Room
"Publications." PAD Meeting, 6:30 p.m., 190C HOL JMBA Meeting, 6 p.m., Auditorium
LCC meeting, 5:20 p.m., 190A HOL
3 Legal Ethics in Taxation Workshop, LCC meeting, 5:20 p.m., 190A HOL
2-5 p.m., Auditorium PAD Meeting, 6:30 p.m., 190C HOL
4 JLPP Meeting, 6:30 p.m., 297 HOL 11 Faculty Meeting, 12:40 p.m., Faculty Dining
Room
Public Interest Careers, 12:45-1:45 p.m., Room
FlaLaw is published to Bailey Courtroom Criminal Law Association, 4 p.m., Auditorium
help inform and coor- Christian Legal Society Meeting, 6 p.m., Dean's Brown Bag (2nd Year Students),
dinate activities of the Cafeteria 12:40-1:40 p.m., Faculty Dining Room
law school community.
Stan Huguenin, Director
of Communications. A
Editor: Debra Amirin,
Associate Director of In The Spotlight In a single day in Guatemala in
Communications. Information as provided byfaculty and staff and by regular September, Professor Michael
Christine Williams, searches ofnews media story reports. Gordon spoke on legal reform at a
Program Assistant.
Jake Hannaway, Professor Christopher Slobogin will breakfast sponsored by the
Editorial Assistant. teach at the University of Warsaw American-Guatemalan Chamber of
Law School in Poland Oct. 8-19 as Commerce, gave press interviews to Gordon
Deadline: 10 a.m. part of a program sponsored by the three newspapers, spoke onforum non conveniens
Tuesday for the next law school's Center for American at a faculty luncheon at Francisco Marroquin
week's newsletter. Law Studies. Slobogin University, had a lengthy private discussion with
E-mail news to Center for the Study of Race and Guatemala's Foreign Minister on legal reform
flalaw@law.ufl.edu, Race Relations Assistant Director and the Guatemalan-Belize territorial conflict,
or bring a disk Desta Meghoo-Peddie was inter- lectured on NAFTA dispute resolution at a public
(PC format, text in viewed by WRUF regarding President forum, and ended at a dinner in his honor by the
WordPerfect or Word, Bush's address to the nation and Chamber of Commerce and American Embassy.
including author's efforts o curb attacks on Arab- Meghoo-Peddie He also was asked to be an arbitrator before
name and contact Americans. Guatemala's commercial arbitration center. The
information), to Professor Joseph Little was quoted following week, he chaired a panel on e-com-
Communications, 288 in the Orlando Sentinel regarding merce between U.S. and Mexico in Guanajuator,
Holland Hall. (Submit legality of the precedent set by Mexico. He is currently a consultant on a case
news for the student Congress giving President Bush before the Supreme Court of Spain, and another
newsletter, The Docket, power o combat terrorism using "any ttle involving service of process by a court of first
to John Marshall Bar means necessary." instance in France.
Association.)
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FLALAW NEWSLETTER OF THE FREDRIC G. LEVIN COLLEGE OF LAW OCTOBER 1, 2001




Check out our free
Roommate Referral For more events: http://www.law.ufl.edu/calendar/
and Book Exchange October 5 Faculty Enrichment, noon, Faculty Dining
services, publications 1 JLPP Meeting, 5:20 p.m., 297 HOL Room. Martin Heesacker, Professor &
and information on 2 Toastmasters, 5:20 p.m., 190C HOL Chair, UF Psychology Department, on
"Gender and Emotion: Beliefs and Data."
the College of Law Brown Bag Faculty Workshop, 11:30 a.m.,
Web site: Faculty Dining Room, Professor Mark Informational Meeting, State Judicial
Thurmon, "The Right to Jury Trial & Clerkships, 12:40-1:40 p.m., Bailey
www.law. ufl.edu. Trademark Law" Courtroom
8 JLPP Meeting, 5:20 p.m., 297 HOL
The site also features Public Interest Environmental Conference
issues of FLaw Committee Meeting, 5:15 p.m., CGR 9 Toastmasters, 5:20 p.m., 190C HOL
past issues of FlaLaw
s Conference Room L.A.W. Faculty/Student Potluck, 5:30 p.m.,
(in full color) as well JMBA Meeting, 6 p.m., 190A HOL McGuire Village Club House
as other law school LCC Meeting, 5:20 p.m., 292 HOL Faculty Lunch Social, noon, Faculty Dining
materials. Click on Out-Law Meeting, 5:30 p.m., 312 HOL Room
"Publications." PAD Meeting, 6:30 p.m., 190C HOL JMBA Meeting, 6 p.m., Auditorium
LCC meeting, 5:20 p.m., 190A HOL
3 Legal Ethics in Taxation Workshop, LCC meeting, 5:20 p.m., 190A HOL
2-5 p.m., Auditorium PAD Meeting, 6:30 p.m., 190C HOL
4 JLPP Meeting, 6:30 p.m., 297 HOL 11 Faculty Meeting, 12:40 p.m., Faculty Dining
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Public Interest Careers, 12:45-1:45 p.m., Room
FlaLaw is published to Bailey Courtroom Criminal Law Association, 4 p.m., Auditorium
help inform and coor- Christian Legal Society Meeting, 6 p.m., Dean's Brown Bag (2nd Year Students),
dinate activities of the Cafeteria 12:40-1:40 p.m., Faculty Dining Room
law school community.
Stan Huguenin, Director
of Communications. A
Editor: Debra Amirin,
Associate Director of In The Spotlight In a single day in Guatemala in
Communications. Information as provided byfaculty and staff and by regular September, Professor Michael
Christine Williams, searches ofnews media story reports. Gordon spoke on legal reform at a
Program Assistant.
Jake Hannaway, Professor Christopher Slobogin will breakfast sponsored by the
Editorial Assistant. teach at the University of Warsaw American-Guatemalan Chamber of
Law School in Poland Oct. 8-19 as Commerce, gave press interviews to Gordon
Deadline: 10 a.m. part of a program sponsored by the three newspapers, spoke onforum non conveniens
Tuesday for the next law school's Center for American at a faculty luncheon at Francisco Marroquin
week's newsletter. Law Studies. Slobogin University, had a lengthy private discussion with
E-mail news to Center for the Study of Race and Guatemala's Foreign Minister on legal reform
flalaw@law.ufl.edu, Race Relations Assistant Director and the Guatemalan-Belize territorial conflict,
or bring a disk Desta Meghoo-Peddie was inter- lectured on NAFTA dispute resolution at a public
(PC format, text in viewed by WRUF regarding President forum, and ended at a dinner in his honor by the
WordPerfect or Word, Bush's address to the nation and Chamber of Commerce and American Embassy.
including author's efforts o curb attacks on Arab- Meghoo-Peddie He also was asked to be an arbitrator before
name and contact Americans. Guatemala's commercial arbitration center. The
information), to Professor Joseph Little was quoted following week, he chaired a panel on e-com-
Communications, 288 in the Orlando Sentinel regarding merce between U.S. and Mexico in Guanajuator,
Holland Hall. (Submit legality of the precedent set by Mexico. He is currently a consultant on a case
news for the student Congress giving President Bush before the Supreme Court of Spain, and another
newsletter, The Docket, power o combat terrorism using "any ttle involving service of process by a court of first
to John Marshall Bar means necessary." instance in France.
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