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Title: Fla law newsletter of the University of Florida College of Law
Portion of title: Flalaw
Physical Description: Serial
Creator: Levin College of Law
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Place of Publication: <Gainesville FL> College of Law Communications Office 1997-
Creation Date: February 4, 2002
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol.1, no. 1 (Oct. 6, 1997)-
General Note: Weekly during the school year with a biweekly insert, numbered separately called: The Docket.
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    Law School in PBS documentary on UF
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    Center for Career Services
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    Inside the Law School
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    College of Law calendar
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Fredric G. Levin College of Law

Fredric G. Levin College of Law Newsletter Vol. 5 No. 18 February 4, 2002

Pizza With OutLaw Meeting
ea OutLaw heG Lesianand Law School In PBS Documentary on UF
The Dean OutLaw the Gay, Lesbian and
Bisexual Law Student Association By Christine Williams, Communications Program Assistant
Students are invited will hold its first meetin ofthe A half-hour documentary on UF will air on statewide and
Sask questions andis firs meeting of the
to ask questions and semester Tuesday (Feb. 5), 6 p.m., southeastern United States' PBS-TV stations and locally on
share suggestions and Cafe Gardens Restaurant. All mem- Cox Channel 12 (WUFT-TV Channel 5) Sunday (Feb. 10), at
opinions with Dean Jon bers of the law school community 12:30 p.m. During the 30-minute program part of the regular
Mils at a "Brown Bag are welcme to attend regardess of Florida Crossroads Series producers report that major aspects
luncheon Thursday (Feb. sexual orientation. For information: of the university will be featured, including the Colleges of Law
14), 12:40 p.m., Faculty President Jon Gurney and Medicine and Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences.
Dining Room. (gurney@ufl.edu) or Vice President Law school officials are hopeful a good portion of footage
Complimentary pizza fil d d c in
Coampimendary pizza Rachel Harvey (HarveyR@ufl.edu). filmed on campus in
provided. November will be includ-
Moot Court Seminar ed in the section devoted
Upcoming The Justice Campbell Thornal to the Levin College of
Law. This includes an
Conferences Moot Court Team will conduct an Law. Tis includes an
SiOral Argument Seminar Thursday inerview wi Dean Jon
* "Industry is from Mars, (Feb. 7), 6:30 p.m., 190C Holland Mills, and portions of a

Environmentali Coordinator Needed Law p classes
Confern en ent Affairs is accepting Rush said the students were "wonderful and wel-prepared" for
from Venu: echoniling Hall. F ications fr a Fall 2 TeamChilmingd clwhic and ne Footage shot with Professor Sharonus-
Our Differences on T Mosley, npsnioseti f a / Fnail. co2;

for Extraordinary Introduction to Law Coordinator, sion of Bush v. Gore was "exciting and unplanned," Rush said.
Business Groth," First responsible for organizing social "Prfessr Sharontimistic the two or three minutes that could be devot-
Earth," EighAnnual 377.3366.events and other duties Applicants ed to the law sch l included in the award-winning Florida
Public Interest Crossroads documentary on UF.
Environmental Coordinator Needed Law II classes.

Tecology Conference, Feb. 1416. eneretic have strong Rus said sudents were ons Director Stand well-prepared" fHuguenin, who
*"Leveraging Technology siuden applicaians far a Fall 2002 ithe filming, which lasted about an hour. Their impromptu discus-

Business GrowthTrail," March 11- adorsand have had previous expe- oiginates from and imisic p roduced by WFSU-TV in Tallahassee.
12, Annual LawHotel and ens an mbassador. Peodically it devotes an entire p rogram to "qualiy prgrams and
Technology Conference Center. Applications available in JMBA and fach featuresulaff," state universities including interviews with educa-
M "Race and Race Stueb.nt an d sliianmust be turned tors rars tudents arrand alumni to tell the story of the

Relations: Perspectives in to Student Affairs by 5 p.m. institution and its locale. Crossroads on Campus explores
and Recommeandations," Thrsday (Feb. 8). Interviews begin strengths of Florida's public universities and discovers what sets
March 21-22, J. Wayne as eay as Fe 1 informain them apart. The series so far has covered seven of the 10 publi
Reitz Union and A lai Chesse which featuraolom state univInersitioes, nal University (FIU) in Miami

UniversityAudi um. or Noemar Castro and Florida Atlantic University (FAU) in Boca Raton are planned
For more information, (castro@law.ufl.edu). for later this season. Visit http://www.wfsu.org/FloridaChannel/
visit the College of Law (nnouncements continue page 3) florida-channel.htm for detailed schedule information.
Web site: www.law.ufl.edu.




DCovelpen te Summer/Fall 2002 Externships
Con fere nc e.a
nThe following externships have been approved
Interested in bank- for Summer/Fall 2002. Externship packets avail-
ruptcy? Litigation? able in Career Services. Unless otherwise indicat-
Corporate law?
Corporate law? ed, applications due by Feb. 22. For information:
The Second Annual
reSeon Aepenn Laura Traynham in Career Services
Career Development (Traynhamu law.uJtZ.edu).
Conference will take (T ha uf e
place Feb. 16 at the UF Family Law
Hotel and Conference Eighth Judicial Circuit Family Law
Center. The conference Division Judicial Clerkship
will give students an Fifth Judicial Circuit, Career Services staff Donna McDavid (left), Laura
opportunity to gain first- Judge Raymond McNeal '73 Traynham and Jessie Howell help students deal with
hand insight into differ- employment-related issues and opportunities.
ent legal careers, and will egal Drafting
Seu a* Office of County Attorney, Alachua County State Attorney's Office
feature panels and a
reception with represen- Bankruptcy Law Three Rivers Legal Services
tatives of law firms from U.S. Bankruptcy Courts Environmental and Land Use Law
around the state. U.S. District Court National Atmospheric and Oceanic
Lunch for students U.S. District Court Judges Maurice Paul '60 Administration Regional Attorney's Office
will be provided by the and Stephan Mickle '70
law firm of Gray Harris, Florida Supreme Court Fisheries Law
and lunch for attorneys Executive Office of the Governor's The Nature Conservancy
will be provided by the Legal Affairs DeparmenU.S. Deparmen of Jusice, Environmenal
Law College Council. Solicitor General's Office and Natural Resources Division
The event is sponsored Southern Legal Counsel Earthjustice Legal Defense Fund
by UF Student Sana Fe Communiy College U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Government and Board Federal Magisrae Judge Florida Department of Transportation
of College Councils. Disric C for City of Jacksonville, General Counsel's Office
*U.S. District Court for the
For information:
Northern District of Florida Real Estate and Environmental Law
Jessica Callow,
jcaow ed. Dependey Seminole County Attorney's Office
D n d* Land Use, Environmental and Local
Department of Children and Governmen Law
Government Law
Families Criminal Appeals
Famiies Crimina Appeas St. John's River Water Management District,
Office of the Florida Attorney General
General Counsel's Office
Criminal Appeals Fifth Judicial Circuitr
Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation
Poverty Law Commission
Florida Rural Legal Services The Ocean Conservancy
Legal Aid Service of Broward State of New Jersey, Hackensack Meadows
County Inc, Team Child Project (Tentative) Development Commission, Legal Department
Health Care Law Center for International Environmental Law
Stay Connected Shands Hospital (CIEL)
Via Hotline AvMed Alachua County Attorney's Office,
Land Use Law
Daily e-mails via the Municipal Law City of Gainesville, Department of Community
Career Services Hotline City of Jacksonville, General Counsel Affairs (Land Use & Local Government)
remind you of deadlines City of Gainesville Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide
and events. Sign up at
www.law.uf.edu/careerl Domestic Violence (International & Comparative Environmental
resources/hotline. Withlacoochee Area Legal Services Law)





In The Spotlight Professor Alison Gerencser has Scholarship
Information as provided by faculty andstaff andby been invited to present Available
regular searches ofnews media story reports. "Implementing Diverse ADR Partners of the Orlando
SPrograms in a Unified Model Family office of Baker &
SThi week Asocte Dean and P r Court" at the annual meeting of the Hostetler LLP are offering
Stephen C. O'Connell Professor Association of Family Court and Gerencser the Paul D. White
Christopher Slobogin will teach a Community Professionals in Waikoloa, Hawaii. Scholarship for first-year
one-day program sponsored by the She also was honorary coach for the Lady minority (African-
American Board of Forensic Gator's basketball team for the recent Florida- American, Hispanic,
Psychology in San Diego, and also Slobogin Asian-American and
Georgia game.
will present a paper, "Peeping Techno-Toms: American Indian) students
Seeing Through Kyllo's Rules Governing Professor Joseph Little was quoted at the UF College of Law.
Technological Surveillance of the Home," at a in the St. Petersburg Times on annex- The program includes a
symposium at the University of Minnesota Law ation disputes. paid summer associate
School. He received additional national distinc- clerkship and $5,000 cash
tion recently when the U.S. Supreme Court cited Professor Patricia E. Dilley was award. To apply, contact
an American Psychiatric Association statement interviewed by the Orlando Sentinel Little Recruiting Coordinator
on the insanity defense from his book, regarding her article on 401(k) plans Kelly Searcy,
Psychological Evaluationsfor the Courts and investment and other issues 407.649.3929 or
(2d ed. 1997) (with G. Melton, J. Petrila, and N. raised by ENRON. ksearcy@bakerlaw.com.
Poythress), in Kansas v. Crane, a case dealing Professor Sharon Rush was uoted Application deadline is
Poythress) in Kansas y Cre Feb. 28.
with the degree of volitional impairment the state regarding racial discrimination in the Dilley
must show before it can preventively detain a Sarasota Herald Tribune.
sexual predator.
Gainesville attorney W. Scott Van
Clarence J. TeSelle Professor of Law Alstyne Jr., UF Professor of Law
Martin J. McMahon Jr., with Emeritus, has been inducted as a
University of Houston Law Center Fellow of the Wisconsin Law Rush
Professor Ira Shepard, made a pres- Foundation. Fellows are nominated
entation on the Economic Growth for outstanding attainment in the
and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of McMahon practice of law, contributions to the
2001 at the January annual meeting of the Tax welfare of their communities, and
Section of the South Carolina Bar Association. service in the advancement of the
legal profession in Wisconsin. Alstyne

(Announcements, from page 1) tojmbaoutlines@hotmail.com. Students submit- ClockS Under
JMBA Elections, Parking, Meetings ting the best outlines receive prizes. Repair
John Marshall Bar Association officials remind 4. JMBA meets the rest of this semester each
A number of classroom
students of four important items: Tuesday night (Feb. 5, 12, 19 and 26; March 5, clocks have malfunctioned
1. JMBA will hold elections Tuesday (Feb. 5), 5:45 12, 19 and 26; April 2, 9 and 16) at 5:45 p.m. in recently. An electrician is
p.m., 190B Holland Hall, for an open representa- 190B Holland Hall. working on the problem,
tive seat. All students are eligible. For information: Chris Hand (cjhand@ufl.edu). and expects it to be
2. Students parking at the church without a decal resolved by later this week.
will have their cars towed. SALSA Reception Friday
3. JMBA needs new course outlines. Ifyou have The Spanish American Law Students Association
previously taken a course being offered this (SALSA) will host a reception in honor of first-
semester and received a B+ or higher semester students Friday (Feb. 8), 3 p.m., Faculty
JMBA wants to put your outline on file. Outlines Dining Room. This is an opportunity for students,
can be dropped at the JMBA Office or e-mailed (Announcements continue page 4)



Have a question?
Get the help you
need by contacting For more events: http://www.law.ufl.edu/calendar/
appropriate College February 7 Moot Court Oral Argument Seminar,
of Law offices or 4 EASLS, 5:20 p.m., 190C HOL 6:30-8:30 p.m., 190C HOL
departments (listings Honor Committee Meeting, 5:20-6:20 p.m., BLSA Meeting, 5:20-7 p.m., 190A HOL
296 HOL APALSA General Meeting, 12:40-1:30 p.m.,
available at: 4-8 APIL-Ticket Sales to LAWLAW Palooza and 354 HOL
www.law.ufl.edu). New Member Signup, Concourse 8 SALSA Reception, 3 p.m., Faculty Dining
5 JMBA Meeting & Elections, 5:45 p.m., Room
S190B HOL 11 ETELS Meeting, 4:15 p.m., 296 HOL
OutLaw Meeting, 6 p.m., Cafe Gardens 12 JMBA Meeting, 5:45 p.m., 190B HOL
Also available are PAD General Meeting, 6:30-7 p.m.,190C HOL 13 Moot Court Off-Brief Arguments,
past issues of Law Review-Open Write Competition, 5:45 p.m.- midnight, 290 HOL
FlaLaw (in full 5:30-7 p.m., 190 HOL (Auditorium) 14 Pizza With The Dean, 12:40 p.m.,
6 Public Interest Environmental Conference Faculty Dining Room
color as wel as Planning Committee, 6 p.m., CGR Conference BLSA Meeting, 5:20-7 p.m., 190A HOL
other law school Room, 230 Bruton-Geer Hall 14-16 Public Interest Environmental Conference,
materials. Click on Moot Court Briefs Due, 5:20-7:30 p.m., Reitz Union
"Publia 290 HOL 15 Moot Court Off-BriefArguments,
SSecond-Semester Student Feedback session 5:45 p.m. Midnight, Bailey Courtroom
with Dean, 2 p.m., Faculty Dining Room

(Announcements, from page 3) and must be returned by Friday (Feb. 8).
l ifspu ed to faculty and administrators to network and meet the (Scholarship recipients can receive only one law
hep inatorm andt coor- ewest members of the Hispanic law school commu- school scholarship during a semester.)
dinate activities of he nity. All are invited to join SALSA at the event for
law school community. LAWLAW Palooza Feb. 21
law shol com complimentary hors d'oeuvres and beverages. LA Pa a 1
Stan Huguenin, Director LAWLAW Palooza the annual College of Law
of Communications. Florida Law Review Invitees downtown social featuring music, free food and
Editor: Debra Amirin, Florida Law Review officials announce that drinks starts at 9 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21, at Durty
Associate Director of spring invitees are Joshua L. Becker, Ryan S. Nelly's. Advance tickets can be purchased today
Communications. Cobbs, Donald H. Crawford, Bonnie C. Daboll, through Friday (Feb. 4-8) for $5 from APIL on the
Christine Williams, Benjamin Diamond, Lawrence McDowell, Brian law school concourse, and are available through the
Programsssta M. McPherson, Shelly E. Nixon, David A. Noel, day of the event. Funds raised help support law stu-
Jake Hannaway, M. McPherson, Shelly E. Nixon, David A. Noel,
Editorial Assistant. Robert M. Norway and Thomas K. Ruppert. dents practicing public interest law in summer 2002.

Deadline: 10 a.m. Help at Music Law Conference ETELS Meetings
Tuesday for the next The Entertainment, Art & Sports Law Society The Estates, Trusts and Elder Law Society
week's newsletter. (EASLS) needs volunteers to help with its Music (ETELS) will meet Feb. 11 and 25, March 18 and
E-mail news to Law Conference scheduled for Sept 20-22. The April 8. All meetings on Mondays, 4:15 p.m., 296
flalaw@law.ufl.edu, event features panel discussions on connections Holland Hall. The Feb. 11 meeting will focus on
or bring a disk between law and music, a music exposition and preparation for the law school's Feb. 16 Career
(PC format, text in bands showcase. To volunteer or for information, Development Conference.
WordPerfect or Word, attend one of the EASLS meetings held each Any student may join ETELS. The organization
including author's Thursday, 12:40 p.m., 296 Holland Hall, or contact is dedicated to estate planning and related areas of
name and contact Brian Mencher (musiclawconference law, and sponsors and encourages programs that
information), to @hotmail.com). enhance student interests and skills in these areas. Its
Commucations, 28 first annual luncheon last November, sponsored by
Communications, 288
Holland Hall. (Submit Scholarship Apps Due Friday Estates and Trusts Program Director Professor C.
news for the student Continuing Student Scholarships ($1,000-$1,500) Douglas Miller, featured Winter Park attorney
newsletter, The Docket, for second- and third-year law students and eligibili- Carla DeLoach Bryant.
to John Marshall Bar ty requirements are listed on the Financial Aid bul- For information: Rhonda Chung-de Cambre
Association.) letin board. Applications available in Student Affairs, (decambre@ufl.edu).