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Table of Contents
    Staff/faculty/student potluck
        Page 1
    Center for Career Services
        Page 2
    Legal implications of 'attack on America'
        Page 3
    'Realities of Religion and Humanity' draws crowd
        Page 3
    Two Orlando attorneys to head College Alumni Groups
        Page 4
    Accessing archived law exams
        Page 5
    Inside the Law School
        Page 6
    Supreme court justices judge moot court
        Page 7
    ABA judicial internships available
        Page 7
    College of Law Calendar
        Page 8
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UNIVERSITY OF
SFLORIDA
Fredric G. Levin College of Law






Fredric G. Levin College of Law Newsletter Vol. 5 No. 8 October 8, 2001


Inside: Staff/Faculty/Student Potluck
* Law School 'Attack on Everyone is invited to the annual Staff/Faculty/
America' Events (3) Student Potluck Supper Tuesday (Oct. 9), 5:30 p.m.,
Maguire Village Recreation Center. Bring a friend,
* Orlando Attorneys partner, spouse and/or your kids. (Since it's potluck,
Head College Alumni it won't matter if you're running late.) UF's Law
Groups (4) Association for Women is providing fried chicken.
* Faculty You are asked to bring soda, a side dish or dessert.
Accomplishments (6) (Can be home-made or store-bought.)
Maps are posted around the school. For informa-
* Supreme Court Judges tion, directions or access to a refrigerator that day,
Moot Court (7) contact Dawn Henrichon at dhenrich@law.ufl.edu.

Patent Law Externship Speech
David Day of the UF Office of Technology
Licensing will speak about Patent Law externships
Tuesday (Oct. 9), 5:30 p.m., 296 Holland Hall. The
event is sponsored by the Intellectual Property and
Technology Law Association. All are welcome.
Supreme Court Justices
Pizza and Movie Attend Flag Ceremony
Students are invited to a free movie night spon- Chief Justice and Justices of the Florida
sored by the Center for Governmental Responsibility Supreme Court, Dean Jon Mills and law school
Wednesday (Oct. 10), 7 p.m., 232 Holland Hall. The faculty and staff participated in a special flag
Check out our free movie will be "Erin Brockovich," with free popcorn, ceremony at the law school Sept. 28.
Roommate Referral pizza, and drinks. Seating is limited, so e-mail A flag flown over the U.S. Capitol and request-
and Book Exchange timlstevens@hotmail.com to reserve a seat. ed by Dean Mills from Congresswoman Karen
services, publications Leadership Ethics Workshop Thurman was raised during the ceremony by
Leadership Ethics Workshop members of Gainesville's VFW Post 2811 (Post
and information on Student organization members are encouraged to Commander Gary Powers, District 14 Commander
the College of Law attend a Leadership Ethics Workshop Thursday, Oct. Hank Korrecta and members Ed Elderbaum and
Web site: 25, 12:40 p.m., 296 Holland Hall. It is sponsored by Ben Bozman). WCJB-TV featured the event on
www.law.ufl.edu. ABA, JMBA, LCC and Office of Student Affairs. newcasts.
Topics will include leadership styles, etiquette and Mills and the Chief Justice made brief com-
The site also features ethics and tips for running your organization. RSVP ments relating to national patriotism and America's
past issues of FlaLaw to Noemar Castro (castro@law.ufl.edu) by Oct. 23. rule of law during this time of international con-
(in full color) as well flict. The Justices were visiting the law school for
as other law school Family Picnic Saturday annual judging of the Moot Court competition
materials. Click on Students, faculty and staff are invited to a family (story page 3.) Communications Office Program
"Publications." picnic at Lake Wauberg's North Pavillion Saturday Assistant Christine Williams led the group in
(Oct. 13), 11 a.m.-2 pm. There will be a volleyball singing the national anthem.
(Continuedpage 5)
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Intel President/
CEO to Speak Pro Bono Small Group Meeting Program. Finalists should be eligible for placement
The UF community is Ifyou would like to pursue your interest in Pro during the 2002 placement cycle.
urged to attend a UF Bono work, sign up in Career Services for a Pro Students who meet PMI requirements will be
residential Lecture by Bono Small Group Meeting. The next session will invited to participate in a structured assessment
Craig Barrett, President be Tuesday (Oct. 9), 1-1:30 p.m. Meetings will be center process during January and February. Final
Coand CO of ntel every other Tuesday at 1 p.m. until Nov. 6. Sign up selection is based on student participation and per-
Corporation, on The for an appointment in Career Services. formance in a one-day assessment center process.
Future of Computing and For information and an application, stop by
CoTmmunication s, Apply by Oct. 31 for Presidential Career Services.

Tuesday (Oc. 9), 1:30 Management Intern Program Events for ctober
2:30 p.m., University Events for October
Auditorium. Applications for the 2001 Presidential
The nature and scope of Management Intern (PMI) Program must be post- ct 18 Alternatives to I & Big Firmsart
the topic touches virtually marked by Oct. 31. Successful candidates will be IV Careers with Small and Mid-size Firms,
every program and disci- students from diverse social and cultural back- 12:45 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
pline at UF. More infor- grounds who are academically prepared, motivated Oct. 25 Alternatives to OCI & Big Firms,
mation regarding Dr. and interested in meeting the challenges of public Part V Non-Traditional Legal Careers,
Barrett's presentation can service. The positions are two-year federal govern- 12:45 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
be found at http://www.uff ment internships. Oct. 26-27 National Public Interest Law
ufl.edu/IntelLecture. Students graduating in December, May or July Career Fair (hosted by NAPIL), Washington,
are eligible to be nominated by their educational D.C.
institution for participation in the 2001 PMI


SJob Search Checklist for October
Things to do to get you on track with your job search. In addition to attending
career-related programs,

If you are: You should be:
1L 1st semester Waiting until Nov. 1 to seek counseling from Career Services.
1L 2nd semester/2L Filling out applications for Federal Government Internship programs.
(Career Services has a handbook listing agency deadlines, many of
which are early fall.)
Becoming more involved in school and community organizations to
develop leadership skills and a network.
Exploring employment opportunities as a Judicial Clerk. E-mail Laura
Traynham (traynham@law.ufl.edu) ifyou want to be added to her
Judicial Clerkship e-mail distribution list.
Attending a Pro Bono Small Group meeting if you want to participate.
(Meetings are alternate Tuesdays at 1 p.m. Sign up in Career Services.)
3L Filling out applications for Federal Government Honors programs.
(Check the Government Handbook in Career Services for early fall
deadlines.)
Exploring employment opportunities as a Judicial Clerk (see 1L).
Attending a Pro Bono Small Group meeting (see 1L).
Generating interview leads with prospective employers identified
through networking, professional journals and job listings.
*Reporting all job offers to the Center for Career Services.


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Legal Implications of the 'Attack on America'

The immediate past vice president
of the International Court of Justice at
The Hague, Judge Christopher
Weeramantry of Sri Lanka (top left, Can Help
with professors Christopher Slobogin The annual University
and Michael Gordon) was one of the of Florida Community
featured speakers Sept. 26 at a panel dis- Campaign drive closely
cussion of the "Legal Implications of the coordinated with, but
'Attack on America.'" More than 250 independent of, the
members of the law school community Gainesville-Alachua
and public attended the 90-minute County United Way
session (available on tape). Campaign is well
Weeramantry, Associate Dean underway.
Michael Seigel and professors Alyson "For those waiting for a
Flournoy, Michael Gordon, Berta proper time, let me urge
Hernandez-Truyol, Diane Mazur, you to think about this
Winston Nagan, Juan Perea, Don soon," said law school
Peters and Sharon Rush participated in Campaign Representative
the session organized by Associate Dean Professor Joseph Little.
Christopher Slobogin. "The needs are as great as
The panel (right) discussed legal ever in our community this
implications of the events of September k year and may be worsened
11, from the perspective of their areas of k by the economic turn-
expertise. down. I am aware many
have contributed to NY
funds. But please do not
overlook the hungry,
homeless, parentless,
aggrieved and wounded in
'Realities of Religion and Humanity' Draws Crowd GainesvileandwAlachua
Gainesville and Alachua
Representatives of Jewish, Muslim and Christian County. Our local misfor-
tunes will be addressed
faiths and area organizations participated in "The
only by our local
Realities of Religion and Humanity: Principles vs. only by our local
generosity."
Perceptions" Sept. 25. The panel discussion cen-
tered on religious issues and misinformation result- For information the
ing from the Sept. 11 "Attack on America." campaign or to contribute,
The event was organized by Center for the y contact Unit Coordinator
SMarilyn Henderson
Study of Race and Race Relations Assistant (HendesonB@a.
(HendersonMB@law.
Director Desta Meghoo-Peddie.
Panelists included Father Tim Lozier (top, left) (Litte@aw. uf edu)
from St. Augustine's Catholic Church, Rabbi Andy
Koren (top, right), Professor Richard Hiers, UF
Clinical Assistant Professor Ashraf Hassanein
(bottom, left), Mosque representative and law
school student Haseeb Jabbar (bottom, right), Dr.
Michael Gannon, UF Religion Professor Zoharah
Simmons and Professor Juan Perea.


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FLALAW NEWSLETTER OF THE FREDRIC G. LEVIN COLLEGE OF LAW OCTOBER 8, 2001



Legal Implications of the 'Attack on America'

The immediate past vice president
of the International Court of Justice at
The Hague, Judge Christopher
Weeramantry of Sri Lanka (top left, Can Help
with professors Christopher Slobogin The annual University
and Michael Gordon) was one of the of Florida Community
featured speakers Sept. 26 at a panel dis- Campaign drive closely
cussion of the "Legal Implications of the coordinated with, but
'Attack on America.'" More than 250 independent of, the
members of the law school community Gainesville-Alachua
and public attended the 90-minute County United Way
session (available on tape). Campaign is well
Weeramantry, Associate Dean underway.
Michael Seigel and professors Alyson "For those waiting for a
Flournoy, Michael Gordon, Berta proper time, let me urge
Hernandez-Truyol, Diane Mazur, you to think about this
Winston Nagan, Juan Perea, Don soon," said law school
Peters and Sharon Rush participated in Campaign Representative
the session organized by Associate Dean Professor Joseph Little.
Christopher Slobogin. "The needs are as great as
The panel (right) discussed legal ever in our community this
implications of the events of September k year and may be worsened
11, from the perspective of their areas of k by the economic turn-
expertise. down. I am aware many
have contributed to NY
funds. But please do not
overlook the hungry,
homeless, parentless,
aggrieved and wounded in
'Realities of Religion and Humanity' Draws Crowd GainesvileandwAlachua
Gainesville and Alachua
Representatives of Jewish, Muslim and Christian County. Our local misfor-
tunes will be addressed
faiths and area organizations participated in "The
only by our local
Realities of Religion and Humanity: Principles vs. only by our local
generosity."
Perceptions" Sept. 25. The panel discussion cen-
tered on religious issues and misinformation result- For information the
ing from the Sept. 11 "Attack on America." campaign or to contribute,
The event was organized by Center for the y contact Unit Coordinator
SMarilyn Henderson
Study of Race and Race Relations Assistant (HendesonB@a.
(HendersonMB@law.
Director Desta Meghoo-Peddie.
Panelists included Father Tim Lozier (top, left) (Litte@aw. uf edu)
from St. Augustine's Catholic Church, Rabbi Andy
Koren (top, right), Professor Richard Hiers, UF
Clinical Assistant Professor Ashraf Hassanein
(bottom, left), Mosque representative and law
school student Haseeb Jabbar (bottom, right), Dr.
Michael Gannon, UF Religion Professor Zoharah
Simmons and Professor Juan Perea.


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LEXIS
LEXIS Two Orlando Attorneys to Head College Alumni Groups
LEXIS Appellate
Advocacy training will Two Orlando attorneys have been named to
be held all week. Times
Sed a e. i head the two College of Law alumni organizations
will be announced by
fesss an pte responsible for helping fund and guide the nation's
around the school. largest public law school.
Marybeth McDonald of McDonald & Rodgers
Remember to bring your P.A. will lead the UF Law Center Association
LEXIS JDs. gBoard of Trustees, and Bruce M. Harris of Gray
wi be held Monday Harris & Robinson P.A. is new president of the
Law Alumni Council. Both took office at the
(Oct. 8) Intermediate
training at 9 a.m., and groups' fall meeting last week. Marybeth McDonald succeeds Robie Robinson (cen-
Tuesday (Oct. 9) "Our university and law school have benefitted ter) as chairman of the UF Law Center Association
esday from a distinguished tradition of alumni leader- Inc. Board of Trustees. The Trustees are working
Intermediate training at 9 aii d Dean on Mils. "e are er raef closely with Dean Jon Mills (left) to expand UF's law
a.m., Advanced training ship," sai d Dean Jon Mils. W e er grteful library and build a Student-Faculty Academic Center.
al s 12:40 p.m. for the involvement and expertise of these gradu-
at 12:40 p.m.
ates in helping us carry out our academic mission."
Lexis congratulates
McDonald will lead the advisory board for
Bret Jones on winning
r100 in the LEXIS 2001-2003, succeeding attorney Richard M.
Robinson of Gray Harris & Robinson, who served
weekly contest.
as chairman since 1998. Harris succeeds West Palm
Beach attorney Bill Bone, who served for the past
year.
"I am honored to have the privilege of serving
in this position at such an important time in the law
school's history," McDonald said. "We are on the UF's Law Alumni Council's new president, Bruce
way to achieving our goal of expanding and reno- Harris (left), talks with Dean Mills and Immediate
vaing his state's premier law suchool so we lcan Past President Bill Bone about organization efforts
to increase outreach events and student activities
continue to provide the finest quality legal educa- support in 2001-2002.
tion to Florida citizens and to advance into the
ranks of the nation's Top 10 public law schools." "Great law schools have great alumni participa-
McDonald will guide the Board as it secures tion," Harris said. "Though we can't ever fully pay
Videosremaining private funds necessary for planned back the school for the education and opportunities
The Media Services expansion of the college's law library and construc- it has given, we can help make the College of Law
Center in the law library tion of a new Student-Faculty Academic Center a better place for current and future students.
has collections of videos on due to begin construction in 2002. Already more "Ninety-nine percent of us are able to give
more than 100 topics. than $4 million has been contributed by UF law something back, yet less than 15 percent actually
Names of the most popular alumni, friends, faculty and law firms toward the do," Harris continued. "So I hope to work with
videos are indexed on the January goal of $5 million, needed to secure state other council members to involve greater numbers
library Web page matching funds of $5 million. of alumni in supporting our school, and in offering
(www.law.ufl.edulic/). Harris leads a group of more than 180 represen- the kinds of outreach events and services our alum-
Videos are available for tatives of UF's graduating classes who assist the ni want and need."
viewing in the Media law school with alumni outreach activities such as Other new appointments to the Alumni Council
Services area, but cannot receptions, reunions and CLE, and with fund rais- include Ken Johnson, Naples, president-elect, and
be checked out. ing and student mentoring activities. Oscar Sanchez, Miami, secretary. Appointments to
Center hours are Harris said his goals include increasing commu- the Council's Executive Committee include Tim
7:30 a.m.- 11:45 p.m., nication with alumni and students, and building a Cerio, Tampa; Patrick Cousins, West Palm Beach;
Monday-Thursday; stronger foundation of involvement and support for Adam Hall, Miami; Larry Keefe, Fort Walton
7:30 a.m.-7:45 p.m., the law school, in addition to supporting the build- Beach; Paul Linder, Orlando; Barry Silber,
Friday; 9 a.m.-5 p.m., ing campaign efforts. Pensacola; George Vaka, Tampa; and Evan
Saturday; and 11 a.m.- Yegelwel, Jacksonville.
11:45 p.m., Sunday.

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(Announcements continued) JTLP Board
tournament, pie-throwing contest, games with pro- Meeting
fessors and other activities, and food from David's The Journal of
BBQ. Friends and family welcome. The event is co- Technology Law & Policy
sponsored by JMBA, ABA, LCC, Office of Student will have a General Board
Affairs and the Dean's office to bring the campus Meeting Tuesday, Oct. 16,
community together in an informal, festive atmos- 7:30 p.m., 190A Holland
phere, and raise money toward the UF Community Hall. Topics will include
Campaign which helps support 62 Alachua completion of the Fall 2001
County area agencies, including Red Cross and Open Write-on Competition
United Way. Tickets will be on sale through Oct. 12 and work assignments. If
for $3 in the JMBA Office and from Claire Journal members have any Phi Alpha Delta Wins Praise
Nordstedt in the Dean's Office. Children five and questions, contact Editor-in-
younger eat free. For information: Don Londeree Chief Laura Dennard at Phi Alpha Delta held its annual District
(dlonderee@ ufl. edu), Amanda Kunz dennard@tifl. edu. XXVI Convention in Delray Beach Sept. 21-23.
(katgirl379@aol.com) or Noemar Castro, Representatives from seven Florida law
(castro@law.uf. edu). Apply by 15th for schools attended, including UF's Fletcher
SChapter represented by Justice Matthew
EASLS Meets Thursday Certificate Program Fornaro (left), District Justice and UF Alumnus
The Enterainmen, Ar, and Spors Law Sociey The Environmena l and Keith Rizzardi, and Clerk Louis Rosen. The
(EASLS) will meet Thursday (Oct. 11), 4:10 p.m., ndes a Program Flecher Chaper received recogniion for many
190C Holland Hall curriculum, of its innovative community-service efforts and
career 'brown bag' lunch- accomplishments, including "Paint Your Heart
JMBA/Shands Volunteer Program eons, independent study Out Gainesville" and business-card sales.
opportunities, summer
JMBA members are encouraged to speak with e rnis, e me
externships, environmental
any JMBA representative or stop by the office to pe
moot court competition, Environmental Law Society,
learn more about a new Shands Hospital volunteer and annual Public Interest Environmental
opportunity. Once trained, JMBA members can visit Conference. The deadline for applying for the
patients as their schedules permit. Environmental and Land Use Law Certificate
Program is Oct. 15. For information: Program
Assistant Marla Wolfe, 319 Holland Hall,
JMBA has a newly designed JMBA t-shirt for 392.3572, wolfemarla@law.ufl.edu.
sale for $14. Stop by its office to view or buy.


Accessing Archived Law Exams






click on "Course Reserves." I Matthew Bender Authority on Demand, the law school Oct. 24
You can search by instructor's aangm http://www.bender.com, from home by using a and Jan. 16, 10 a.m.-5
name or course number. Note that all exams password that a reference librarian can give you. p.m. Mark your calendars
mentioned online are not available full-text online. Authority on-Demand includes such popular series to help save lives. To
Exams available will have a "View Exam" link titles as "Understanding Criminal Law" and donate you must be 17 or
under the course title. "Understanding Torts." Come by the reference desk older, weigh at least 103
I have also made up course guides for Torts, for the password. Passwords are changed every pounds and show a valid
Contracts, Civil Procedure, Bankruptcy, Criminal week so make sure you have the current one. photo I.D. If you have
Law, Evidence, Constitutional Law and Property. Christopher Vallandingham, any questions about the
These include information about treatises and nut- Reference Librarian, donation process or your
shells available at the Legal Information Center Legal Information Center ability to donate, cali
that pertain to the particular subject and relevant Civitan at 334.1000.

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Westlaw In The Spotlight *Professor Fletcher Baldwin was
Si w Information as provided by faculty and staff and by regular interviewed by an Asian media center
a new car? Sign winning searhes ofn Sgapore about money laundering
a new car? Sign up for in Singapore about money launderin
the Westlaw Rewards Associate Dean Michael Siegel was and the possible international flow of
Program at quoted in the Florida Times-Union funds among terrorists responsible
www. lawschool. Westlaw. regarding possible increases of the for the events of Sept. 11. Baldwin
com. Click on the power of the Department of Justice,
Rewards icon, then specifically wiretapping, in Attorney Clifford Jones, visiting instructor in law and
follow directions. Every General John Ashcroft's anti- Seigel Staff Attorney in the Center for Governmental
time you sign on to terrorism bill. Responsibility, lectured Oct. 1 on "The Legal
Westlaw, you accrue System of the European Union" to faculty and
points towards valuable Professor Barbara Woodhouse's students at the University of Miami.
prizes, including the chapter, "The Status of Children: A
chance to win a car. Story of Emerging Rights," appears An article by Professor Lyrissa
Contact your Westlaw in Cross Currents: Family Law and Lidsky and Trial Team President
student- Leslie Thomas, Ron Policy in the U.S. andEngland Michael Pike (3L), "Cybergossip or

Mattson, Ted (Oxford Press). Her chapter, Woodhouse Securities Fraud?: Some First
Hutchinson and "Children's Rights," appears in the Handbook of Amendment Guidance on Drawing
Michelle Farkas if Youth andJustice (Kluwer). (Copies available in the Line," was accepted for publica- Lidsky
you have any questions. Faculty Lounge.) tion in WallStreetLawyer.com. The article discuss-
es complications that the First Amendment
Professor James Nicholas was quoted imposes on courts and the U.S. Securities and
in the Stuart News/Port St. Lucie Exchange Commission in regulation of financial
News about a ruling in a landmark message boards.
case of growth management.
Nicholas Levin Mabie & Levin Professor of
Professor Joseph Little was quoted Law Berta Esperanza Hernandez-
in the Sarasota Herald-Tribune about Truyol will be on the opening
a case where two young men were plenary panel for the "Feminist
jailed for perjury without a jury trial. Theories of Relation in the Shadow
of the Law," an interdisciplinary Hernandez-Truyol
Little
critical dialog sponsored by the Institute for Legal
Studies at the University of Wisconsin Law
School.

Affiliate Professor Paul J.
Magnarella presented in September
a paper entitled "The Evolving Right
of Self-Determination of Indigenous
Peoples," at the Sixth Tribal
Sovereignty Symposium: Defending Magnarella
Indigenous Peoples' Heritage and Autonomy,
Marie Wolfe, Program Assistant for the Legal held at St. Thomas University School of Law,
Information Center, handles paperwork for student Miami. He has published "Turkey," in Countries
assistants and other library staff. (Wolfe was incor-
rectly identified as Susan Noonan in last week's and Their ultures (Macmillan, 2001) (M. Ember
FlaLaw. We regret the error.) Photoby JakeHannaway. & C.R. Ember, eds.).


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Supreme Court
Justices Judge
Moot Court
Florida Supreme Court --- -- .
Chief Justice Charles Wells, g. .
Justices Major Harding, .
Harry Anstead, Barbara
Pariente, Ben Overton
(retired) and Stephen
Grimes (retired), and Judge
Fred Hazouri (Florida 4th
District Court) judged the
16th annual Zimmerman
Shuffield Kiser & Sutcliffe
Moot Court Cup Photo courtesy of The Gainesville Sun
Competition at the law school Sept. 28. Judges year for a select number of spots on the moot
heard arguments regarding a 'case' drawn up by court team. Competitors submit appellate briefs
students Jon Gatto and Scott Sausserto involving detailing arguments they would present if chosen
racial diversity in the college admissions process. to represent the case. Students then argue the case
"Best team presentation" went to Lauren twice before existing team members with final
Heatwole and Scott Kalil. Heatwole also won for scores based on performance.
best brief and best overall competitor, and Kalil Perry, Klingler, Heatwole and Kalil received
won for best orator. Other participating students the top four scores of this year's applicants, then
were John Perry and Robert Klingler. had two weeks to prepare for the competition.
Second- and third-year students compete each



ABA Judicial Internships Available Research
Assistant
The American Bar Association encourages stu- cate its selection by Feb. 4 (Personal interviews Needed
dents to apply for the Dr. M.L. "Hank" Henry, Jr., may be required.) Professor Barbara
Fund for Judicial Internships. The internships will 1. Law school and anticipated graduation date. Bennett Woodhouse
provide a $3,500 stipend to a qualified law student 2. Law school grades and class rank (if available), needs one or more
to support a 10-week summer judicial internship in academic honors earned, extra-curricular and research assistants to
New York City under the auspices of the Lesbian co-curricular activities. help prepare drafts of
and Gay Law Association Foundation of Greater 3. Undergraduate and/or other graduate degrees articles and book chap-
New York (LeGaLFoundation). earned, specifying academic institution, major ters for publication.
The fund was established in memory of Dr. field of study, and extra-curricular and co- Topics include
Henry, whose ground-breaking work encouraged curricular activities. children's, family and
openly lesbian and gay lawyers to seek and 4. Community activities or affiliations or other juvenile law.
achieve judicial office in New York City. activities indicating public service. Applicants should be
The internship will expose the student to a vari- 5. Statement of interest (maximum 500 words). upper level students who
ety of courts or tribunals. It is intended for students 6. Names, addresses and telephone numbers of two have studied family law
with a demonstrated interest in, and commitment references familiar with the applicant's character and have strong research
to, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights. and qualifications. and bluebook skills.
Diversity is valued, and all interested students are Leave resume in box on
encouraged to apply. Questions concerning the application or door of 309 Holland
Applicants should provide the following (to be specifics of the internship program can be directed Hall, or e-mail it to:
received no later than Jan. 7) in a letter to the to the LeGaL Foundation office (212.353.9118). woodhous@law.ufl.edu.
LeGaL Foundation, 799 Broadway, Suite 340, New
York, N.Y. 10003. The committee will communi-

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Supreme Court
Justices Judge
Moot Court
Florida Supreme Court --- -- .
Chief Justice Charles Wells, g. .
Justices Major Harding, .
Harry Anstead, Barbara
Pariente, Ben Overton
(retired) and Stephen
Grimes (retired), and Judge
Fred Hazouri (Florida 4th
District Court) judged the
16th annual Zimmerman
Shuffield Kiser & Sutcliffe
Moot Court Cup Photo courtesy of The Gainesville Sun
Competition at the law school Sept. 28. Judges year for a select number of spots on the moot
heard arguments regarding a 'case' drawn up by court team. Competitors submit appellate briefs
students Jon Gatto and Scott Sausserto involving detailing arguments they would present if chosen
racial diversity in the college admissions process. to represent the case. Students then argue the case
"Best team presentation" went to Lauren twice before existing team members with final
Heatwole and Scott Kalil. Heatwole also won for scores based on performance.
best brief and best overall competitor, and Kalil Perry, Klingler, Heatwole and Kalil received
won for best orator. Other participating students the top four scores of this year's applicants, then
were John Perry and Robert Klingler. had two weeks to prepare for the competition.
Second- and third-year students compete each



ABA Judicial Internships Available Research
Assistant
The American Bar Association encourages stu- cate its selection by Feb. 4 (Personal interviews Needed
dents to apply for the Dr. M.L. "Hank" Henry, Jr., may be required.) Professor Barbara
Fund for Judicial Internships. The internships will 1. Law school and anticipated graduation date. Bennett Woodhouse
provide a $3,500 stipend to a qualified law student 2. Law school grades and class rank (if available), needs one or more
to support a 10-week summer judicial internship in academic honors earned, extra-curricular and research assistants to
New York City under the auspices of the Lesbian co-curricular activities. help prepare drafts of
and Gay Law Association Foundation of Greater 3. Undergraduate and/or other graduate degrees articles and book chap-
New York (LeGaLFoundation). earned, specifying academic institution, major ters for publication.
The fund was established in memory of Dr. field of study, and extra-curricular and co- Topics include
Henry, whose ground-breaking work encouraged curricular activities. children's, family and
openly lesbian and gay lawyers to seek and 4. Community activities or affiliations or other juvenile law.
achieve judicial office in New York City. activities indicating public service. Applicants should be
The internship will expose the student to a vari- 5. Statement of interest (maximum 500 words). upper level students who
ety of courts or tribunals. It is intended for students 6. Names, addresses and telephone numbers of two have studied family law
with a demonstrated interest in, and commitment references familiar with the applicant's character and have strong research
to, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights. and qualifications. and bluebook skills.
Diversity is valued, and all interested students are Leave resume in box on
encouraged to apply. Questions concerning the application or door of 309 Holland
Applicants should provide the following (to be specifics of the internship program can be directed Hall, or e-mail it to:
received no later than Jan. 7) in a letter to the to the LeGaL Foundation office (212.353.9118). woodhous@law.ufl.edu.
LeGaL Foundation, 799 Broadway, Suite 340, New
York, N.Y. 10003. The committee will communi-

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Brown Bags
Rescheduled For more events: http://www.law.ufl.edu/calendar/
Brown Bag lunch- October 12 Faculty Enrichment, Noon, Faculty Dining
eons with Dean Jon 8 JLPP Meeting, 5:20 p.m., 297 HOL Room. Professor Thomas Cotter will present
Mills have been 9 Patent Law Externships Presentation, his paper, "Gutenberg's Legacy: Copyright,
rescheduled for 5:30 p.m., 296 HOL Censorship, and Religious Pluralism."
Monday, Oct. 22 Toastmasters, 5:20 p.m., 190C HOL BLSA/Alumni Affairs, 2 p.m., Faculty
(focusing on second- Sff/F /S PlDining Room
year law students), and ue le e n ee 13 Law School Family Picnic, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.,
p.m., McGuire Village Recreation Center .
Thursday, Nov. 8 (mid- Lake Wauberg's North Pavillion
semester Both Faculty Lunch Social, noon, Faculty
semester update). Both Dining Room 15 CARIBLAW Meeting, 11:30 a.m.,
Dining Room
will be held at 12:40 Auditorium
JMBA Meeting, 6 p.m., Auditorium
p.m. in the Faculty eeting, 6 p.m., A JLPP Meeting, 5:20 p.m., 190C HOL
Meeting Room. Make L meeting, 5:20 p.m., 190A HOL 16 JTLP Board Meeting, 7:30 p.m., 190A HOL
your voice heard. Free PAD Meeting, 6:30 p.m., 190C HOL
your voice heard. Free Environmental and Land Use Society
pizza available. Leadership Ethics Workshop, 12:40 p.m., Meeting, 5:15 p.m., 292 HOL
296 HOL
Toastmasters, 5:20 p.m., 190C HOL
10 CGR Movie Night, 7 p.m., 232 HOL
S* Brown Bag Faculty Workshop, 11:30 a.m.,
11 Faculty Meeting, 12:40 p.m., Faculty Faculty Dining Room. Assistant Professor
Dining Room Jonathan Cohen on "Legislating Apology."
FlaLaw is published to Criminal Law Association, 4 p.m., Auditorium JMBA Meeting, 6 p.m., Auditorium
help inform and coor- JLPP Meeting, 6:30 p.m., 297 HOL LCC Meeting, 5:20 p.m.190A HOL
dinate activities of the EASLS Meeting, 4:10 p.m., 190C HOL
law school community.
Stan Huguenin, Director Pitch In America!
of Communications.
Editor: Debra Amirin, From UF's Enviromental and Land Use Law Society Third floor, hallway of
Associate Director of Holland Hall
Associate Director of Want to demonstrate your patriotism but can't Holland Hall
Communications. Bruton-Greer Media Center
Christine Williams, spare another dollar or pint of blood right now?ruonreer Mea en
Christine Williams, T outeirl Carppr
Program Assistant. Pitch in" and help our country by pitching into Lounge outside Career
Jake Hannaway, recycle bins. Services
Editorial Assistant. Recycling conserves resources, reduces waste Hallway outside Bailey
and saves money. Recycling is also good for our Courtroom
Deadline: 10 a.m. environment. Library, first floor main
Tuesday for the next Wondering what to do with all those empty door
week's newsletter. cans and bottles accumulating in your car? Pitch Copy room
E-mail news to them into bright blue bins on: Second floor study area
flalaw@law.ufl.edu, Ground level walkway between Bruton-Greer
or bring a disk Hall and Holland Hall
or bring a disk Hall and Holland Hall Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to use
(PC format, text in First floor of Bruton-Greer Hall beside vending these bins, and to be considerate and pitch in only
WordPrfet or Wod mthese bins, and to be considerate and pitch in only
WordPerfect or Word, machines
WordPerfect or Word, machines what is designated. Paper bins are for office and
including author's Second floor Holland Hall, near bookstore ne aper ines eeo
name and contact copy paper, newspapers, magazines, telephone
name and contact
books, files and folders. Can/bottle bins are for
information), to What about all that paper you're using print- only EMPTY cans and bottles (aluminum, glass,
Communications, 288 ing and editing and printing and editing for Legal plastic).
Holland Hall. (Submit Research & Writing or App Ad? Paper bins are on: We should consider it our responsibility as
news for the student Holland Hall concourse members of the civic and legal communities to
newsletter, The Docket, Second floor of Holland Hall, near recycle when possible. You could consider it our
to John Marshall Bar Communications office patriotic duty as well.
Association.)
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