Summer study in France
 Center for Career Services
 UF team wins in international environmental...
 Loan application due, exit counseling...
 Inside the Law School
 First annual Children's Confer...
 Tips for surviving finals
 College of Law calendar


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Table of Contents
    Summer study in France
        Page 1
    Center for Career Services
        Page 2
    UF team wins in international environmental law moot court competition
        Page 3
    Loan application due, exit counseling required
        Page 4
    Inside the Law School
        Page 5
    First annual Children's Conference
        Page 6
    Tips for surviving finals
        Page 7
    College of Law calendar
        Page 8
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Fredric G. Levin College of Law

Fredric G. Levin College of Law Newsletter Vol. 5 No. 14 November 26, 2001

Inside Summer Study in France
UF Team Wins in The College of Law will conduct its sixth annual
International Summer Study Abroad Program at the University of
Environmental Moot Montpellier, France, July 1- August 2.
Court Competition (3) The program will offer three two-credit courses:
Loan Applications Due, Introduction to French Business Law, taught by
Exit Counseling Professor Pierre Mousseron, a member of the facul- a
Required (4) ty at the University of Montpellier; International
SPayment Systems, taught by Professor George
Surviving Finals (7)
Dawson; and Economic Crime, taught by Associate
Dean Michael Seigel. Students may enroll for any or
all courses.
More detailed information about the Montpellier
program will be available in early December on the
Last FlaLaw College of Law Web site, and an informational meet-
This is the last FlaLaw ing will be held early in spring semester. You also
this semester. Weekly pub- may contact Program Director Professor George
lication resumes Jan. 14. Dawson at dawson@law.ufl.edu. Photoby
Two other Summer Study Abroad Programs are
offered in Cape Town, South Africa, and San Commencement Set Dec. 22
Jose, Costa Rica. Contact Coordinator Noemar One of the 153 law students receiving their
Castro (392.0421) for information. J.D. in December ceremonies will be Brad
(Announcements continue page 2) Culpepper, who will be a third generation UF
lawyer. Culpepper starred on
"The Business of f Entertainment and Sports Law" the UF football team before
playing in the NFL for Tampa
A Presentation by Bay and Chicago while
attending the College of Law.
Terdema T. Ussery Commencement will be
President and CEO, Dallas Mavericks held at the Curtis M. Phillips
Center for the Performing
Complimentary Lunch at Noon Arts. Chief Justice of the Wells
Presentation at 12:30 p.m., Friday (Nov. 30) Florida Supreme Court Charles
Faculty Meeting Room Wells will speak. Graduating students should
arrive at 8 a.m.; ceremony begins at 9 a.m. The
Students should sign up in Career Services. Twice named one of the top 100 event is open to the public.
most powerful people in sports," Ussery practiced business and entertainment For the first time, a "BrunchReception"for
!lw in ihe Loos Angeles office of Morrison & Foerster, going on to becoie presi- graduates and familiesfriends and alumni and
demntf NIiKE Sports Management and Commissioner of the Continental
Basketb all cAssociati. He earned his bachelor's from Pii. iceton, maisters from faculty will follow. (Invitations in graduating
Harvdad la degree from he Uiv La\ syf onB eclasw Sooli students' library folders.) RSVP by today (Nov.
n 26) to Debbie Kelley, Dean's Suite, 392.9238.
(Boal 1 Hail ] H N\ fier hfie \\as E\xecu tie Editor of the [(J1 ',u r IaLaRei.




Development Externship Registration with the Center for Career Services will come on
Conference If you have been accepted for an externship and campus to interview students for summer associate
The Second Annual have turned in all of your paperwork, see Sherry and permanent positions. Career Services person-
Career Development Harrison in Student Affairs for your registration nel are available 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday, to
Conference will take place at number. assist students with resume reviews, interview
the UF Hotel and techniques and other related items.
Conference Center Feb. 16. Cap and Gown Pickup
The conference will feature Caps and gowns for December graduates will Career Services Hotline
panels and a reception with be available for pickup in the Center for Career Fall entrants are encouraged to sign up for the
attorneys from around the Services starting Dec. 10. See the Law School Center for Career Services Hotline at
state to provide students Bookstore for more information. www.law.ufl.edu/career/resources hotline for the
with an opportunity to learn latest announcements.
about different legal careers. Spring ICAN Orientation
For more information: Fall entrants interested in participating in
Jessica Callow, Spring On Campus Interviews (OCI) must attend
jcallow@u fl.edu. one of the following ICAN training sessions:
Monday, Jan.14, 10:20 a.m., Bailey Courtroom
Tuesday, Jan. 15, 5:20 p.m., 297 HOL ..
Wednesday, Jan. 16, 10:20 a.m., Bailey HM
Thursday, Jan. 17, 3 p.m., 297 HOL

Spring On-Campus Interviews
Spring On-Campus Interviews will be held Feb.
11 through March 1. Firms that have signed up

(Announcements, from page 1)
Food Drive Collects 630+ Pounds
of Canned/Boxed Goods
Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity International
collected 637 pounds of canned and boxed goods
for the Gainesville Veteran's Home in their recent
food drive. They thank students who gave food and
toiletries particularly Professor Diane Mazur
and her Constitutional law class for their "Canned
Immunity" food drive, which accounted for a sub-
stantial portion of the donations. For information:
Mauri K. Hawkins (mkhb@yahoo.com).

Environmental Conference Students Volunteer at Tournament
Committee Meets To Help Guardian Ad Litem
The Public Interest Environmental Conference UF law students Ian Lasher (2L, left) and
Committee meets Tuesday (Nov. 27), 5:15 p.m., Deborah de la O(2L, right), along with President
CGR Conference Room. Their next meeting is of the Guardian Ad Litem Foundation, Inc. Becki
scheduled for Dec. 11, same time and place. For Stevens (center) gave up part of their Veteran's Day
information: Nicole Kibert (nck@uJf.edu). weekend to volunteer at the 37th Annual Dodge
Gator Pro-Am Golf Tournament. A portion of the
event's proceeds benefited the Guardian Ad Litem

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UF Team Wins in International Environmental Law WESTLAW
Moot Court Competition WESTLAW
Advanced Certificate
Students from last summer's University of Training will take place
Florida/University of Costa Rica Joint Program in Tuesday (Nov. 27). Sign-
Environmental Law won two of three preliminary up sheets are on an easel
rounds of the Stetson University International outside Bruton-Geer Lab.
Environmental Law Moot Court Competition
earlier this month.
Nicole Kibert (center, with other students in
the 2001 Summer Study Abroad Program in Costa
Rica) and Suzanne Hollifield (from the Costa Rica
Program team) competed against 23 teams -
including those from India, Mexico and Canada.
"It was a great experience," said Hollifield. "We
had the opportunity to delve more deeply into
issues we were exposed to in Costa Rica as well as
gain valuable advocacy experience."
The competition involved a case before the Hopefully, we can contribute annually to this
International Court of Justice concerning scientific competition,
competition," said UF Costa Rica Program
harvesting of whales. Director Tom Ankersen, who teaches international
International appellate advocacy is a different nvnme l l the s r p .
environmental law in the summer program. "In the
animal from domestic appellate advocacy in some future, we would lie to draw from the pool of
ways," added Kibert, "I was able to use my gradu- Latin American law fellows and Costa Rican law
S2wLatin American law fellows and Costa Rican law
ate degree in ecology to lend scientific credence to stdents e n the p m to
students who participate in the program to create
our arguments." cross-cultural teams."

Program of Alachua County. Kim
Berchen, Circuit Director of the 'Afghan Women Under the Taliban'
Guardian ad Litem Program and Stevens More than 50 members of the law
organized the event. school community and general public -
Other law school volunteers included and representatives from the Gainesville
Heather DeJesus (iL), Florida Bar Sun and WUFT-TV attended an inter-
Fellow Steven Gold (3L) and his fianc national women's issues panel discussion
Ashley, Jay Frye (3L), Mary Rauen on "Afghan Women under the Taliban"
(LL.M. Tax), and Allen Winsor (3L) early this month.
and his wife Alicia. The panel included Professor Winston
Nagan (at podium), Islam on Campus
JMBA Halloween Pics representatives Adella Ahmadi and
Available Online Umbreen Jabbar, law student Haseeb
Pictures taken at JMBA's annual Jabbar (iL), and UF Civil and Coastal Photo byJake Hannaway/EditorialAssistant
Halloween Party may be viewed and Engineering Professor Fazil Najafi. Speakers discussed Taliban policies regarding rights and
purchased at www.flashesonline.com. treatment of women in Afghan society, including historical perspectives,Taliban edicts forbid-
The last day to order these pictures is ding women from working and attending school, pre-Taliban women's rights, the roles of
Tuesday (Nov. 27). For information: women in Islam and the speakers' personal experiences.
LynnAlfano@aol.com. The event was organized by the Asian and Pacific American Law Students Association
(APALSA). The Law Association for Women donated speaker's gifts, and the Law College
Council, International Law Society and Spanish American Law Student Association were
sponsors. For information: APALSA President Julie Siefkas (jsiejkas@ufl.edu), or visit the
APALSA website: http://hometown.aol.com/ufapalsa.




LAW Auction
Breaks Record Loan Applications Due, Exit Counseling Required
The Law Association
for Womens 2th antnual Long Term Emergency Loans
auction exceeded last Applications for fall Lewis Memorial Long
year's record, thanks to Term Emergency Loans ($500) are available in the
the generosity of stu- Student Affairs Office and will be accepted through
dents, faculty, staff and today (Nov. 26). Applicants must:
businesses, particularly 1. Have at least a 2.00 GPA and be
BarBri and PMBR. Due registered for at least 12 credit hours.
to their combined 2. Have a co-signer who is "financially stable," not
efforts, the P.A.C.E. a student or spouse, and not retired, semi-retired
Center for Girls will or unemployed.
receive approximately 3. Attend UF Spring 2002 Semester.
$4,500. LAW particular- Within one week of submitting a completed
ly recognizes Lisa Davis request form, University Financial Services will
for organizing this year's mail a loan application to your local address as it is
auction, and Cherie listed on ISIS. See Financial Aid Advisor Trish Advisor Trish Varnes answers student questions on a
Lang, Mauri Hawkins, Varnes in Student Affairs for details. variety of financial aid topics.
and Pamela Jo Hatley
for efforts in execution Loans for Bar Exam Expenses
and follow-up responsi- Making plans to take the Bar and wondering Exit Counseling for December
bilities. where you will come up with out-of-pocket Graduates
expenses? There are private loan companies that Federal regulations require all student loan bor-
will make Bar Exam loans to students in their final rowers to complete exit counseling prior to the day
year of law school. These loans can be used for a of commencement. You will not receive your diplo-
student's living expenses while studying for the ma, final transcript or other university services until
Bar, Bar prep classes and other Bar related expens- exit counseling is completed. To contact
es. You may borrow from as little as $500 to as Stafford/Direct Loan Exit Counseling, log onto the
much as $10,000. For more information regarding ISIS web site (www.ISIS.ufl.edu), select Financial
these private loans, contact Varnes in the Financial Information, and choose Federal Direct Loan
Aid office or the lenders directly at: Counseling (exit). Once you have gone through the
interview process, print and sign the signature page
Access Group and return it to the address listed for University
(800) 282.1550 Financial Services.
www.Accessgroup.org Students who received Perkins and/or
Institutional Loan funds are required to attend a
Key Education Resources special exit interview in the University Financial
(800) 539.5363 Services office. Appointment times will be mailed
www.Key.com/educate/grad to students at their current address as listed on ISIS.
Failure to attend this session also will prevent your
LawLoans diploma from being awarded.
(800) 984.0190 For information: University Financial Services
www.Salliemae. com Debt Management Department (392.0738).

For information or an appointment: Financial
Aid Advisor Trish Varnes, Office of Student Affairs,
392.0421, trishvarnes@sfa.ufl.edu.




3 Renewal of
BNA Titles
In The Spotlight BNA
The Legal
Information as provided byfaculty and staff and by regular searches of news media story reports. In Ceer
Information Center is
Chesterfield Smith Professor of Law online publication, The Antitrust Source, renewing online Bureau
Fletcher Baldwin was quoted in the (www.abanet.org/antitrust/source). ofNational Affairs
Tampa Tribune about potential for (BNA) titles. Titles that
American privacy eroding in the Cone WagnerNugent Johnson may not be renewed
wake of the Sept. 1 Ith terror attacks. Hazouri & Roth Professor Juan include:
Baldwin Perea will be a visiting professor at 1) Daily Labor Reporter
Associate Professor Pedro Malavet Harvard Law School during spring 2) Government Employee
was quoted in the Independent semester. Relations Report
Florida Alligator on UF administra- Perea 3) Human Resources
tion responses to minority issues. Professor Lars Noah presented a 3) uman Resources
tion responses to minority issues. i
paper on the diffusion of medical Library
Director of International Trade knowledge to the faculty at the 4) Product Safety &
Programs Steve Powell has been Malavet William & Mary School of Law. He Liability Reporter
appointed Affiliate Program Director published "Inverting the Products If you are interested
and Lecturer in the University's Liability Preemption Defense" in Noah questions, contact me b
Department of Food and Resource Health Law News, and contributed questons contactme
Wednesday (Nov. 28).
Economics. He recently presented a "Products Liability and the Misuse of Wed y ( .
paper at IFAS's first International P l OxyContin" for a new website devoted to pain V dingham,
Powell Vallandingham,
Agricultural Trade & Policy management issues sponsored by the American Reference
Conference on how restriction of trade in geneti- Society of Law Medicine & Ethics. Librarian,
cally-modified crops would be viewed in light of Legal Information
global trade rules. Center (392.0417)

Legal Skills Professor Tracy Rambo
won a bronze medal (third place) in
the Women's Saber Competition at
the statewide War of the Roses
Fencing Tournament in Dunedin. In
October, she won a silver medal in Rambo
Woman's Epee, and a bronze in
Veterans (mixed) Epee at a statewide
tournament in Cocoa Beach.

Gerald A. Sohn Scholar/International Photo by JakHe Hannaway/Editorial Assstant
Programs Coordinator/Professor In onesian Dignitaries Visit
Stuart Cohn has been appointed a
Senior Special Fellow of the United The law school held a special reception
Nations Institute for Training and Nov. 14 in the Faculty Lounge for Indonesian
Research and entitled to a Laissez- Cohn dignitaries (left) visiting the U.S. to learn about
Passer from the UN. ainvestigation of government corruption. Guests
included Director General of the Department of
Marshall M. Criser Eminent Scholar Justice, Chairman of the National Ombudsman
in Electronic Communications and Office, Chairman of Indonesia's anti-corruption
Administrative Law William Page's unit, members of Parliament, lawyers and a
essay, "The Price of Unanimity: The journalist. The reception was sponsored by the
D.C. Circuit's Incoherent Opinion in State Department and hosted by Professor
Microsoft," co-authored with John Page Fletcher Baldwin.
Lopatka, appeared in the new ABA

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Fellows Needed
ThFello s Nee ded First Annual Children's Conference Dec. 7-8
The Center on Children
and the Law is accepting
fellowship applications for Scholars from across the country will join with Indiana, Ohio State
Spring and Fall 2002. To Levin College of Law and University of Florida and Northwestern.
apply, submit your resume academicians Dec. 7-8, to participate in the first Six UF faculty and
and a personal statement annual conference of the law school's Center on 15 from the College
explaining why you are Children and the Law. of Law also will be
interested in the fellowship "Defending Childhood Developing a Child- featured.
to: The Center, c/o Cindy Centered Law and Policy Agenda" is headed by "Scholars from
Zimmerman, 382 Holland UF's David H. Levin Chair in Family Law many fields -
Hall, or via e-mail to Barbara Bennett Woodhouse, and will be held at including law, medi-
zimmerca@law.ufl.edu. the UF Hotel & Conference Center. cine, sociology, his-
The deadline for the Jaap Doek, Chairman of the U. N. Committee tory, psychology and
Spring fellowship is Dec. on Rights of the Child and Professor of Child & education will share perspectives about critical
1, and for Fall is March 1. Family Law at Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam, is issues facing children and youth," Woodhouse said.
For information on the a featured participant along with 17 other national Additional information is available from
center, check the website: scholars including representatives of Cornell Woodhouse and law school Director of Conference
www. law. ul. edu/centers/ and universities of Virginia, Pittsburgh, Planning Barbara DeVoe (devoe@law.ufl.edu/
childlaw. Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, George Washington, 392.8070).

NYU Professor Among Faculty Enrichment Speakers

NYU Law School Professor Clayton Gillette discussions with their peers. These were Jeffrey
(left, with professors Jerold Israel, Jonathan Harrison, Mark Thurmon, Tom Cotter, Jonathan
Cohen and Christopher Slobogin) presented Cohen, Steve Willis, Danaya Wright, Mike
"Local Redistribution, Interest Groups and Judicial Gordon, Steve Powell, Bill Page and Chris
Scholarship Deference" at aNov. 9 law school faculty luncheon. Slobogin.
Awarded Gillette is one of four out-of-state legal academi- Two other programs featured Martin
Director of Admissions cians who visited the law school this term to partici- Heesacker, Chairman of the UF Psychology
and Special Programs pate in the Faculty Enrichment series. Others were Department, and a "State of the Law School"
Shandrea Williams has Kyron Huigens of Yeshiva University Cardozo address by Dean Jon Mills and Associate Deans
announced Herman School of Law, Dorothy Roberts of Northwestern Mike Seigel and Slobogin.
Felton (1L) has been University and Jane Larson of the University of The luncheon sessions are scheduled and coordi-
awarded the Foley, Wisconsin. nated by Associate Dean of Faculty Development
Lardner Scholarship. Also during the fall series, 10 members of the Slobogin, who is arranging similar enrichment
College of Law faculty presented topics and/or led programs for the spring term.

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Tips for Surviving Finals No Smoking
in Walkway
By Heather McWilliams, Resource Counselor smoking" signs
"No smoking" signs
have been posted and ash-
December is almost here and with it comes the trays removed from the
trays removed from the
stress of getting ready for finals. The following tips second floor walkway
may prove helpful for students beginning to feel between Holland and
anxious: Bruton-Geer Halls. The
Study smart. covered walkway is tech-
In the limited amount of time left before finals, nically part of the build-
consider focusing efforts on tasks that will pro- ing, and UF (as well as
duce the most benefits. These tasks might be dif- the state of Florida) has a
ferent for each student since everyone has his/her no-smoking policy for all
own learning style. Some may get more out of buildings.
There are benches and
reading a book from cover to finish, whereas ashtrays for smoker's use
another student may learn best from his/her out- on the northeast corner of
lines. Tailor studying to activities you think will the first floor concourse.
be most helpful and from which you can derive The only other area
the most amount of learning. (Assistant Dean where smoking is permit-
Patrick Shannon in the Office of Student Affairs ted is outdoors, and
is an excellent resource to contact for additional smokers are encouraged
information on how to study smart.) to stay away from build-
ing entrances. UF is in the
SStay healthy. These treats will help break the monotony of process of establishing a
During finals, students tend to ignore their physi- studying for long periods of time, while also rule prohibiting smoking
cal needs. Try to eat regular meals incorporating boosting your morale. within 50 feet of an entry
important food groups. If you starve your body of point to a building.
nutrition, you will limit the energy your brain can
use for studying. Also, try to exercise regularly
These are a few basic tips to keep in mind as
because this will increase your energy level.
finals approach. In about 21 days, finals will be
Working out is a great way to relieve stress that
obuilds u ti aroughot te ay. f you're spressed over, the holidays will be approaching, and each of
lds uo r e da y youhav re a p rs sed so R esyou hopefully w ill get a chance to relax and enjoy
for time, use one of your study breaks to get in a you hopefully wll g a chane to relax and enjoy
quick workout. Exercising also helps people sleep your beak. fyou have questions about ways to
in alertness the following stay healthy or how to practice "studying smart,"
beter, ih can irease please stop by during my office hours. Good luck
day. If you can't exercise, make sure you get a
good amount of seep on your exams, and enjoy your break/holiday.
good amount of sleep.

Reward yourself. Check out our
Law school is not easy -you invest a large free Roommate
amount of time and effort in your studies. So, For information or to make an appointment: Referral and Book
reward yourself for all you have accomplished so Resource Counselor Heather McWilliams, 244 Exchange services,
far. Try treating yourselfto something special Bruton-Geer Hall, phone 392.7044, e-mail
when you meet certain goals. This can be as sim- heatherj@ufl.edu or mcwillh@law.ufl.edu. Office publications and
ple as taking a 10-minute break after finishing hours: Monday 2-6 p.m., Tuesday 2-6 p.m.,the
reading a chapter or as elaborate as going out to Thursday 8 a.m.-1 p.m. College of Law
dinner after you complete a practice test. The Web site:
reward can be anything that will make you happy. www.law.ufl.edu.




Check out the new
site for the enter on For more events: http://www.law.ufl.edu/calendar/
site for the Center on
Children and the November 11 Public Interest Environmental Conference
Law: WWW. lw. 26 CARIBLAW Meeting, 11:30 a.m., Auditorium Committee Meeting, 5:15 p.m., CGR
Law WWW. JLPP Meeting 5:20 p.m., 297 HOL Conference Room
ufl.edu/centers. 27 Toastmasters, 5:20 p.m., 190C HOL 14 Reading/Final Exam Period Ends
Also available are Brown Bag (Producing Good Scholarship), 22 Commencement,
t i s of F 11:30 a.m., Faculty Dining Room Center for the Performing Arts
past issues of FlaLaw
LCC Meeting 5:20 p.m., 190A HOL
(in full color) as well PAD Meeting, 6:30 p.m., 283 HOL January
as other law school JTLP Meeting, 7:30 8:30 p.m., 190A HOL 8-10 "Intro to Law School & the Profession" for
materials. Click on 29 Faculty Meeting, 12:40 p.m., Faculty Dining Spring 2002 class
"Publications." Room 10-17 Drop/Add using TeleGator & ISIS
SGatorWell Program 10 a.m.- 3 p.m., (www.isis.ufl.edu)
Concourse 11 Spring classes begin
Faculty Meeting, 12:40 p.m., Faculty Dining 17 Class rolls fixed; fee liability attaches for
Room students
30 "The Business of Entertainment and Sports 18 Fees due: 1:30 p.m. at law school
Law," Terdema T. Ussery, Lunch at noon, (3:30 p.m. at University Financial Services)
presentation at 12:30 p.m., Faculty Meeting 21 Martin Luther King Jr. Day,
Room classes canceled
Fall classes end 25 Monday classes meet, Friday classes canceled
FlaLaw is published to
help inform and coor- December February
dinate activities of the 3 Reading/Final Exam Period Begins 1 Deadline to withdraw from UF with 25%
law school community. 4 Faculty Lunch Social, noon, Faculty Dining refund of course fees
Room 16 Career Development Conference, UF Hotel &
Stan Huguenin, Director 5-6 Terrorism and the Money Trail, Conference Center
of Communications. UF Hotel and Conference Center 18 Florida Board of Bar Examiners "180 day"
Editor: Debra Amirin, 6 PAD Pre-Law Induction Ceremony, registration deadline for Fall 2001 entering
Associate Director of 5 7 p.m., Bailey Courtroom class
Communications. 7-8 Center for Children and the Law First 21-22 First Annual Law & Technology Conference,
Christine Williams, Annual Conference, "Defending Childhood: "Leveraging Technology for Extraordinary
Program Assistant. Developing a Child Centered Policy," UF Business Growth," Hyatt Regency Downtown,
Jake Hannaway, Hotel and Conference Center Miami
Editorial Assistant.

Deadline: 10 a.m. Vital Facilities Campaign Enters Homestretch
Tuesday for the next
week's newsletter. Efforts by the College of Law's Law Center
E-mail news to Association Board of Trustees, Law Alumni Council
flalaw@law.ufl.edu, and officials to raise at least $5 million by Jan. 4 are
or bring a disk now in the critical homestretch, according to Fund-
(PC format, text in raising Chairman W. C. Gentry of Jacksonville.
WordPerfect or Word, Approximately $4 million has been raised thus
including author's far in gifts and pledges toward the two projects, with
name and contact at least $5 million needed in order to seek state of
information), to Florida matching funds in 2002.
Communications, 288 It is proposed construction begin in summer 2002 Work is due to start in 2002-2003 on an expanded and
Holland Hall. (Submit on the library expansion project, which would honor renovated College of Law library. The expansion
former Florida Governor and U. S. Sen. Lawton
news for the student would place the resulting 85,300-square-foot Lawton
Chiles (UF J.D. '55), with subsequent construction
newsletter, The Docket, starup in 2003 on the student/faculty center. Chiles Legal Information Center among the top 20 of
to John Marshall Bar For details and how you can help: 182 U.S. academic law libraries in terms of space.
Association.) http: //www. law. ufl. edu/alumni/building.shtml.