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Table of Contents
    UFLaw 2002 Fall class well-qualified, diverse
        Page 1
    Center for Career Services
        Page 2
    Meetings focus on writing competitions
        Page 3
    Fall 2002 faculty and staff colloquium calendar
        Page 4
    Wireless internet areas expand at College of Law
        Page 5
    Inside the Law School
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    Free resource counseling available
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    September conference addresses pressing legal issues
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    Law calendar
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Universlty of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter Vol. 6 No. 2 August 26, 2002

Inside
UFLaw 2002 Fall Class Well-Qualified, Diverse FacultyEnrichment
Calendar (4)
Wireless Intemet Areas
Expand at UFLaw (5)



'Week of
Remembrance'
UFLaw student
organizations are encour-
aged to participate in a
"Week of Remembrance"
with their own activities
to help the overall cam-
pus remember and honor
victims of 9/11. Programs
planned by UF to date
include:
Carillon piece by Dr.
Willis Bodine written in
memory of 9/11.
(Students will be asked
to join in a moment of
silence.)
Memorial service at
3 p.m., University
The UFLaw Fall 2002 class (top two A record 2,550 students the largest and Memorial Auditorium,
pictures) gathered in Schott Courtyard Aug. 15 one of the most qualified candidate pools in law sponsored by School of
for their first day of legal training school history applied to UFLaw for Fall Music.
"Introduction to the Profession" organized by 2002, a 40 percent increase over Fall 2001. Accent speaker Thursday,
the Office of Student Affairs. UFLaw "Our fall enrollees should be very pleased to Sept. 12, University
Ambassadors (bottom left) upper class know there were more than 12 applicants for Memorial Auditorium.
students selected for interest and ability to help each of their seats," said Assistant Dean for
the entering students were each assigned 10- Admissions Michael Patrick (left, with new
12 newcomers to assist with the transition to law Director of Admissions Lewis Hutchison).
school and to advise throughout the semester. Class statistics indicate a minority enroll-
Serving as Intro to Law/Ambassadors' ment of 26 percent (comparable to past six
Coordinators are Angie Chesser, Ryan Cobbs years), median GPA of 3.57 and LSAT of 159, UNIVERSITY OF
and Marilyn Gandarilla. and average age of 23. The class is 54 percent FLORIDA
female, and 93 percent are from Florida.
Levin College of Law

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Pro Bono
Environmental
Opportunity Apply by Friday for Committees
The local "Adopt a Looking for more involvement with Career
River" program is look- Services? Want to have a say in its policies,
ing for a volunteer to programs and plans? Apply for membership to
help identify and write Career Services or Pro Bono committees.
grant proposals to foun- Applications due by 5 p.m. Friday (Aug. 30).
dations interested in con- To apply for the Career Services Committee,
servation. Adopt a River submit a letter of interest addressed to Assistant
focuses on education, Dean Kathy Urbach. To apply for Pro Bono
awareness and hands-on Committee, submit a letter of interest addressed
activities such as river to Assistant Director Jessie Howell. Pro Bono is
clean-ups, non-native a one-year appointment and will meet twice per
invasive plant removal month. Students will be assigned as a liaison to
and a Santa Fe Riverfest
anda Santa Fe Riverfest current programs and work on developing new Legal Technology Institute Director Andy Adkins is joining
Sto change attitudes ones. with Larry Marraffino, Esq. to teach a course on Law Practice
and teach habits that will Management and Practical Skills, beginning this Thursday.
benefit aquatic ecosys- OCI Sessions Mandatory Students can sign up in Career Services.
tems and water quality in
North Florida. To participate in On-Campus Interviewing
Details on the (OCI), students MUST attend an e-Attorney from Andrew Adkins from UF's Legal
group's activities and orientation session either today (Aug. 26), 9:10- Technology Institute and Larry Marrafino,
needs are posted outside 10:20 a.m. or Tuesday (Aug. 27), 4-5 p.m. in the Esq.
Environmental and Land Bailey Courtroom. Free Help WithJob Search
Use Law Program
Director/Professor Sign Up for Mock Interviews Resume Witing, Tuesday (Aug. 27), 4:10 p.m.,
Director/Professor Auditorium
Alyson Flournoy's Practice interviewing techniques with -Walm Reum W ( 2, 9-12 p
Walk-in Resume Review, Wednesday (Aug. 28), 9-12 p.m.
nterviewmng Techniques, Sept. 4, 12:40 p.m.,
office (310 Holland and get immediate feedback from practicing Ieriig ehie, Sept. ,
Hall). If you are interest- attorneys at a Mock Interview Program Sept. 9- Bailey Cour oom
ed, contact her 13. Interested students should drop off a resume Callback nterviews, Ot. 10, 4p.m.,
(flournoy@law.ufl.edu) and sign up for an interview date/time after Sept. Faculty Dining Room (FDR)
or Adopt a River's 1 and no later than 5 p.m. Sept. 6. First-come, Intellectual Property Law Practice, Sept. 3, 6 p.m., FDR
Executive Director, first-served there was a waiting list last year. Partnering with Career Services, Sept. 5, 4 p.m., 297 HOL
Fritzi Olson Art ofNetworking, Sept. 26, 4 p.m., FDR
(352.264.6827). 'Real World' Class Begins Thursday Employment Opportunities in Entertainment Law,
Fourth- through sixth-semester students Oct. 5, 1:40-3 p.m., Auditorium
interested in a new Law Practice Management Second Career Workshop, Oct. 17, 4 p.m., FDR
and Practical Skills course should sign up in Federal Judicial Clerkship meeting, Sept. 9,
Career Services as soon as possible. The class 3-4 p.m., Bailey
begins Thursday (Aug. 29) and will meet follow- State Judicial Clerkship meeting, Oct. 7, 3-4 p.m., Bailey
ing Thursdays from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in 357
NetworkWith Alumni Council at Lunch
Holland Hall.
Students should sign up in Alumni Affairs
The course will help you prepare for the
transition from school to practice, and you will by Sept. 18 to attend the fall Alumni Council
earn a Certificate of Completion in Law Practice luncheon, 11:30 a.m., Sept. 28, Bruton-Geer
Management. There is no homework, final, paper afeteria. Attendance limited to first 20 regis-
Management. There is no homework, final, paper
or grade -just the opportunity to listen and leam tered, so don't delay.




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SALSA
Meetings Focus on Writing Competitions SALSA
Speaker Friday
Writing for a journal can help you develop writing skills Oscar Sanchez
and enhance your resume. Introductory meetings are scheduled from Akerman Senterfitt
as follows:
of Miami will speak
Florida LawReview Open Writing Competition Friday (Aug. 30), 11:30
a.m., Bailey Courtroom,
Informational meeting regarding its open writing competi- on the firm's corporate
tion scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 3, 5:45 p.m., 190A Holland culture and minority
Hall. Sales of this semester's Open Writing Competition packets begin that night and continue until opportunities and offer
Tuesday, Sept. 10. For information: Florida Law Review Office (392.2148). interviewing tips. Q&A
will follow. The event is
journal of TechnologyLawand Policy Write-On Competition hosted by Spanish
Informational meeting for third- through fifth-semester students interested in JTLP write-on American Law Students
competition will be in 290 Holland Hall Sept. 4 at 5:20 p.m. and Sept. 5 at 7 p.m. No intellectual Association (SALSA)
property background needed to compete. For information: Student Works Editor Priscilla Zahner and Center for Career
(prissyz@ufl.edu or 278.5187). Services.

Florida ournal of International Law Open Writing Competition
Introductory meeting for third- through fifth-semester students interested in international law
and FJIL's open writing competition. Meetings will be at 2 p.m. in the Auditorium, Monday, Sept.
9, and Tuesday, Sept. 10.




Announcements Organizations must complete registration before
they are allowed to access SGA funding.
VoterWorkshop Thursday In addition, the Executive Board Update
Law School Republicans will host a "Voter Form must be completed and returned to Student
Education Workshop" Thursday (Aug. 29), Affairs Coordinator Noemar Castro by Friday
12:45-1:30 p.m., Auditorium. The Alachua (Aug. 30). If you have questions about this new
County Supervisor of Elections will have person- procedure, contact Castro in UFLaw Student
nel on hand to answer questions regarding new Affairs (castro@law.ufl.edu) or Chris Cupoli,
voting rules and procedures. All are invited. For Student Activities Center (chrisc@union.ufl.edu).
information: uflawgop@hotmail.com.
First Military Law Students
Moot Court Meeting Association MeetingWednesday
There will be an informational meeting about The first meeting of the new Military Law
Moot Court Wednesday, Sept. 4. For details: Students Association (MLSA) created last
Publicity Chair Danet Rodriguez spring to provide support for members and the
(danet@ufl.edu). community will be Wednesday (Aug. 28), 6
p.m. Topics will include plans for "Books for
Mandatory Organization Re-Registration Tots" and "Toys for Tots" drives to help the
All groups must re-register for 2002-03, Gainesville community. Current members and
since organizations have been officially deactivat- anyone interested in joining should contact Matt
ed by main campus. Get a re-registration form Brannen (g8rbrannen@earthlink.net).
from the Student Activities Center or print one
out from the Web (www.union.ufl.edu).




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Fall 2002 Faculty & Staff Colloquium Calendar

Apply for All events in Bruton-Geer Hall Faculty Building Committee will
Donated Coke Dining Room, unless otherwise indicated. Lunch meet with faculty.
Thursday, Oct. 10,
Products served at Friday events and Tuesday lunch 4:10-5 p.m., Faculty
socials; "brown bags" (alternate Tuesdays) are Lounge.
r bring-your-own. Seating and attendance are Todd Zywicki, Professor
organizations can sometimes restricted, so students interested in at George Mason &
apply for up to $150 Events feature visitors such as Editor, Supreme Court
to purchase Coca Cola attending Friday events or Tuesday brown FSU Associate Law Professor Economic Review, will
to pubags should contact Professor Christopher Larry Garvin (right) or UFLaw speak on "The Past,
products to be distrib- Slobogin (slobogin@law.ufl.edu, 305 Holland faculty on matters of interest Present, and Future of
uted at 2002-03 on- Hall, 392.2266). to the academic community. Contract Govemance."
campus events. Friday, Oct. 11, noon-l:30 p.m., Auditorium.
Application form is Friday, Aug. 30, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Moot Court Competition judged by members of
online at: "State of the Law School." Deans Jon Mills, Michael Florida Supreme Court. Faculty lunch at 2 p.m.
wwwunion.ufl.edu, and l and Slobogin will speak on heir espective bai- Tuesday, Oct. 15, noon-1 p.m.: Lunch social.
wicks, followed by comments from chairs of the Dean
must be submitted to Search Committee (Professors Barbara Bennett Friday, Oct. 18, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
the Office of the Vice Woodhouse & Slobogin) and Self-Study Committee Stetson Law School Professor Michael Finch will talk
President for Student (Professor Alyson Flournoy). on "Giving Full Faith and Credit to Punitive Damages
President for Student Awards: Will Florida Rule the Nation?"
Affairs via e-mail at Tuesday, Sept. 3, noon-1 p.m.: Lunch social.
Tuesday, Oct. 22, 12:40-1:40 p.m.
least 21 days prior to Friday, Sept. 6, 11:30 a.m.-l p.m. Brown Bag. Professor Amy Mashbum will talk about
the event's date. Final Professor Betty Taylor will talk about the history of the "The Ethics of Ethics Professors Testiying as
law school and her article, "A History of Race and Experts."
approval contingent Gender at the University of Florida Levin College of
upon the event being Law, 1909-2001." Thursday, Oct. 24, 7-9 p.m., Auditorium.
The Center for Women's Studies and General Research
approved by the Office Tuesday, Sept. 10, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and the Law School present "Citizenship or Bondage:
of Student Activities Brown Bag. Professor Flournoy will present her paper, Women's Work, Law, and the Constitution An
and posted in the SAC "In Search of an Environmental Ethic, or What's Historical Re-enactment and Moot Court Oral
rnd posted in the SAC Environmental about Environmental Law?"'
Student Organization ironmenl Arguments about Gender, Prostitution, and
Friday, Sept. 13, 11:30 a.m.-l p.m. Lawyering." Judges will include Martha Lott (8th
Event Calendar. Professor Juan Perea will talk about his project, Judicial Circuit); R. Morgan Hamilton (family law
"A Jurisprudence of Conquest." judge in Chicago); and Jane Larson (Professor at
Tuesday, Sept. 17, noon-1 p.m.: Lunch social. Wisconsin Law School).
Friday, Sept. 20, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Iowa Law School Professor Mark Sidel will talk on "A Continued Conversation About Gender and
"Law, Philanthropy and Social Giving: The Variance Prostitution." Associate Professor Danaya Wright and
Power in American Giving." other speakers in a panel discussion on the previous
Tuesday, Sept. 24, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. evening's reenactment. Other panel discussions will
Brown Bag. Works-in-progress workshop. take place Friday morning in the faculty dining room.
Brown Bag. Works-in-progress workshop. An
opportunity to float ideas with colleagues. Tuesday, Oct. 29, noon-1 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 27, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Lunch social. The Teaching Committee will present
Georgetown Law School Professor Lisa Heinzerling students who will comment on UFLaw teaching.
will talk about her new book, Priceless: Human Friday, Nov. 1, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Health, the Environment, and the Limits ofthe Market. Assistant Professor Mark Fenster will present his
Friday, Sept. 27, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. paper, "Balancing Takigs and Givigs: Rethinking
UF Hotel & Conference Center: Second Annual Land Use Bargaining under Heightened Scrutiny."
Richard E. Nelson Growth Management Symposium, Tuesday, Nov. 5, 12:40-1:40 p.m.
"Smart Growth and Beyond: Lessons for Florida." Brown Bag. Works-in-progress workshop.
Tuesday, Oct. 1, noon-1 p.m.: Lunch social. Friday, Nov. 8, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
SFriday, Oct. 4, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Virginia Law School Professor Michael Klarman will
Professor Pat Dilley will present her paper, "Take the present the conclusion to Iis book, Neither Hero, Nor
Money and Run: Executive Deferred Compensation Villain: The Supreme Court, Race, and the Constitution
and the Decline of the Fiduciary Ideal." i the 20th Century.
Tuesday, Oct. 8, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Note: Only a few events are scheduled in November, to
Brown Bag. Architect for the new building and the make room for dean and faculty candidate interviews.




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Wireless Internet Areas Expand at College of Law
By Mark Bergeron, Head of Computing Services tudent
Research Help
Wireless networking is available performance features. Other 802.1 lb wireless Ip
at the College of Law. With the adapters labeled "WiFi" should also work, how- Needed
appropriate PC Slot adapter and a ever they may not support all the features or per- Associate
Gatorlink username, your laptop form as well as the Cisco Aironet cards. Professor Danaya
should be able to browse the World Therefore, we do not support their use. Wright needs students
Wide Web, access e-mail and log on Bergeron The Campus Bookstore (second floor to do research on 1873
to chat rooms from areas in and around the law Holland Hall) stocks Aironet 350 cards for $149. Bradwell v. Illinois
school. The following locations provide the The cards also are available through Florida case, feminist theory
fastest wireless connections: Bookstores (most locations) and via mail-order. and prostitution in
Classrooms. All rooms in which classes are held Users should be aware there are security preparation for an Oct.
(with exception of Bailey Courtroom.) issues with this system. A wireless network is a 24 symposium.
Outdoor concourse area. Coverage includes shared environment, which means that anyone Contact Wright at
covered area outside 190 Holland classrooms, within RF reception distance can receive every wrightdc@law.ufl.edu
most picnic tables east of Holland Hall and packet you send. (The level of expertise required or 392.5004.
stretching across to Bruton-Geer Hall, open air to accomplish this is quite low.) For this reason,
areas between Holland and Bruton-Geer, and unsecured coections to
you should never use unsecured connections to
outdoor seating areas outside the cafeteria and
Student Lounge. remote accounts. The following uses would
Library Reading rooms (first & second floors). compromise your account userid and password
if run over an unsecured channel that was under
"Bleed-over" into other areas. Most areas
surrounding those listed above will provide an observation:
acceptable signal. 1. Checking e-mail through either a POP- or
Our wireless equipment supports a maxi- IMAP-based client. (You can send mail, since
mum of 11 Mbps. For comparison, 1 to 2 Mbps this doesn't usually require an account pass-
word. POP and IMAP Protocols do not encrypt
is the typical throughput available using DSL passwords.)
and cable modems, which is about 25 times g g to a I s o
2. Logging in to an Internet site over an
faster than a standard 56k modem. A wireless insecure Web page.
connection will be at least 25 and up to 200 3. FTPing a file to a remote account.
times as fast as a modem connection. Your con- 4. Opening a telnet session to a remote host.
nection speed will decrease as distance increases To maintain security, use applications that
from the nearest antenna and as the concentra- provide encrypted communications. For e-mail,
tion of wireless users increases in any given use a Web-based system that offers an SSL con-
area. UF has chosen Direct Sequence Spread nection. Newer versions of IMAP-based mail
Spectrum (DSSS) one of two competing, also offer encryption. If you need to use remote
basic types of 802.1 lb products that use differ- host connections such as telnet and FTP, utilize
ent transmission technologies. The two types are SSH services for a secure connection. An option
not compatible, so FH-based client devices will that serves all these purposes is the VPN gate-
not work on the UF system. Additionally, a way. Visit http://net-services.ufl.edu/provided
DSSS product should carry the 'WiFi' logo to services/VPN for free VPN encryption soft-
ensure compatibility with the UF network. The ware. For further information on wireless at
standard for UF is called 802.1 lb, "Wi-Fi." UF, check the UF Wireless homepage at
To use wireless networking on campus, you http://net-services.ufl.edu/wireless.
need an 802.1 lb wireless Ethernet PC Slot Card.
We recommend the Cisco Aironet 350 wireless
client adapter. Older Cisco Aironet 340 series
are available and will work. However, the 350
series has higher output capability and advanced




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Organization In The Spotlight This summer, Clarence J.
Fair Sept. 4 TeSelle Professor ofLaw Martin J.
Information as provided by faculty and staff and by regular
Learn more about searches ofnews media story reports. McMahon published Federal Income
UFLaw's many student Publications/Professional Activities Taxation oflndividuals, Third Edition
Publications/Professional Activities
organizations and how (Warren Gorham & Lamont, 2002)
you can get involved at Center on Children and the Law with Boris I. Bittker & Lawrence A.
the Student Director/Levin Chair in Family Law Zelenak) a 1,900-page treatise. He McMahon
Organization Fair on Barbara Bennett Woodhouse's also published 2002 revised editions of the Study
the Concourse essay, "Making Poor Mothers Problems and Teachers' Manual for three books:
Wednesday, Sept. 4, 10 Fungible: The Privatization of Foster Federal Income Taxation ofPartnerships and S
a.m.-2 p.m. For more Care," is published in a new book, Woodhouse Corporations, Third Edition (with P. McDaniel &
information: Wade Child Care & Inequality: Rethinking D. Simmons, Foundation Press, 1999),
Vose, LCC Office. Careworkfor Children & Youth. Federal Income Taxation of Corporations,
Woodhouse and Center on Children Second Edition (with P. McDaniel & D.
and the Law Associate Director/Gator Simmons) and
TeamChild Supervising Attomey Federal Income Taxation ofBusiness
Claudia Wright recently returned from Wright Organizations, Third Edition (with P. McDaniel
Oslo, Norway, where they presented a panel at the & D. Simmons, Foundation Press, 1999).
10th World Conference of the Intemational In addition, he published 2002 Annual Supplements
Society of Family Law, describing the work of the for four books:
center. Woodhouse also was re-elected to a three- Federal Income Taxation, Cases and Materials,
year term on the society's executive council. Fourth Edition (with P. McDaniel, H. Ault & D.
Legal Research and Writing Assistant Simmons, Foundation Press, 1998),
Director/Legal Skills Professor Tracy Federal Income Taxation ofPartnerships and S
Rambo and 3,000 other fencers partic- Corporations, Third Edition (with P. McDaniel &
ipated in the Summer National Fencing D. Simmons, Foundation Press, 1999),
Competition in Greenville, S.C. To her Rambo Federal Income Taxation of Corporations,
amazement, she reports, she not only Second Edition (with P. McDaniel & D.
survived, but placed 10th in her age category and Simmons) and
35th in the open toumament. She will fence in the Federal Income Taxation ofBusiness
Women's Saber Exposition at the World Fencing Organizations, Third Edition (with P. McDaniel
Championships in Tampa Labor Day weekend. & D. Simmons, Foundation Press, 1999).
Judge Thomas Buergenthal of the Intemational He also spoke on "Recent Developments in Federal
Court of Justice cited Affiliate Income Taxation" at the University of Virginia
Professor Paul Magnarella's book, School of Law, 54th Annual Virginia Conference
Justice in Africa: Rwanda's Genocide, on Federal Taxation, Charlottesville, Virginia June
Its Courts and the UN Criminal 6, completed his two-year term as chair of the
Tribunal (2000), as recommended Magnarea Committee on Teaching Taxation of the ABA Tax
Magnarella
reading in latest editions of his own Section, and was appointed to the ABA Tax Section
books: International Human Rights (2002) and Committee on Committees.
Public International Law (2002). Samuel T. Dell Research Scholar/
UF Research Foundation Professor Professor Winston Nagan's chapter
Lars Noah published "Medicine's on "Post-Conflict Govemance:
Epistemology: Mapping the Preventing Future Conflict and
Haphazard Diffusion of Knowledge in Ensuring Development" appears in the
the Biomedical Community," in the just-published book, Charting a New Nagan
Arizona Law Review. L. Noah Course: Globalization, African Recovery and the



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Free Resource Counseling Available Alumni vents
Scheduled
ByAli Kane, Resource Counselor groups and classes that appeal to you.
As the new UFLaw Resource Counselor, I Options include: 'Grand Guard' Co es
hope you new students are adjusting comfortably Stress and time-management Memers of the
and that returning students are ready for the new Yoga class of 1952 will be
semester. I am available to you for free, confi- Meditation and other techniques for deep relaxation inducted into UF's Grand
dential individual counseling sessions, and am Creative expressions (e.g. easy, recreational art; stream Guard Sept. 26-28
of consciousness writing) during the busy
happy to serve as a listening ear and to provide a ofconsciousness wring the busy
Snonjudgmental space. can hep yo Tennis and/or physical fitness Florida/Kentucky
warm, nonjudgmental space. I can help you Nutrition workshop or class football weekend.
work with whatever challenges are presenting Listening skills and clear communication workshop, Invitations already
themselves in your lives school-related or class or group maile to an r ior
involved with family, relationships, personal Support group for students who are parents mailed to 52 (and prior)
well-being and so on and help you improve Support group for married students grads. The reunion agen-
the quality and degree of satisfaction in your life. iterested inda includes areception
Contact me through Student Affairs or e-mail me your idea rs a d isu with UF President Young
at alikane@uf.edu.your ideas and sug- on the 26th, plus social
at alikand e@ .ed Yu, mgestions, and hope events, seminars and the
Myjob is to help you balance the work and gestions, and hope events, seminars and the
stress of law school with activities and support you include them on gridiron clash. Dean Jon
stress of law school with activities and support the survey. Please Milis will host lunch at
groups that augment the quality of your experi- one u in the law school o the
ence here. It is important to participate in activi- Student Affairs and honored guests, with a
ties that contribute to your relaxation, enjoyment return it to the enve- presentation on UFLaw
and ability to function efficiently. elope laeled istory y lareon ce J.U
1 have composed an informal survey to ope labeled history by Clarence J.
I have composed an informal survey to "Resource Counselor TeSelle Professor Betty
determine groups and classes that would be of Surveys" outside Taylor.
the greatest benefit and interest. Filling it out Student Affairs. I
entails no commitment, and is for my informa- hope to hear from Resource counseling can help Alumni Receptions
tion (and eyes) only. You may remain anony- you soon. you deal with stress school-
mous. In this survey, 1 ask you to check off related or otherwise. Dean Mills will host
"Beat the Dawgs" and
"Beat the 'Noles" recep-
New Africa Initiative. His article, co-authored Taking, Truth Telling, and Remedies in the tions this fall Oct. 30
with Lucie Atkins, on "Conflict Resolution and Business World" July 26. in Jacksonville and Nov.
Democratic Transformation: Confronting the Stephen C. O'Connell Professor of Law Jeffrey 26 in Tallahassee.
Shameful Past Prescribing a Humane Future," Harrison published "Online music: antitrust and Invitations to be mailed.
is featured in the latest issue of the South African copyright perspectives" in Antitrust Bulletin.
Law Journal. Media Mentions For details, contact
SLegal Information Center Director/ Denise Stobbie in the
Professor Betty Taylor's article, "A Tampa Tribune (8.22) Alumni Research Office of Development
History of Race and Gender at the Scholar/Professor Joseph Little on legal issues and Alumni Affairs
University of Florida Levin College of surrounding the University of South Florida's (392.9296 or
Law, 1909-2001," has been published case against Sami Al-Arianstobbie@law.ufl.edu.
in Florida Law Review She will give a Minnesota Public Radio (8.20) Professor
presentation on this topic to faculty Jeffrey Davis interviewed on "Marketplace"
Friday, Sept. 6. about a loophole in Florida bankruptcy law that
UF Research Foundation Professor protects debtor's house from creditors.
Lyrissa Lidsky testified before the Gainesville Sun (8.17) Dean Jon Mills was
House Energy and Commerce quoted on a pending lawsuit against the school
Committee in a hearing on "Oath for denying an applicant admission.
Lidsky



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FlaLaw September Conferences Address Pressing Legal Issues
Recognized
FaLaw UFLaw's Dispute Resolution Symposiums Growth Implications for Florida
weekly newsletter for Scheduled in South Florida Subject of Nelson Symposium
students, faculty and staff Dispute resolution experts from around the Growth management experts will meet with
- won an Award of nation will meet with legal practitioners at two legal practitioners at a September symposium to
Distinction from the symposiums scheduled in September in South discuss important land use and growth issues in
Florida Public Relations Florida. UFLaw's third annual "Meet the Masters" Florida and the United States. UFLaw's Richard
Association in its Annual symposium is set for Sept. 5 in Miami at the Hyatt E. Nelson Symposium will take place Sept. 27, at
Golden Image Awards Regency Hotel, and Sept. 12 in Ft. Lauderdale at the UF Hotel & Conference Center. The one-day
Competition this month. the Riverside Hotel. Opening sessions begin at 1 event, entitled "Smart Growth and Beyond:
The award recognizes p.m. at each location. (For complete story go to: Lessons for Florida," begins with an 8:30 a.m.
excellence in research, www.law.ufl.edu/news/releases/020731.shtml.) welcome by law school Dean Jon Mills. (For
planning and implemen- complete story go to: www.law.ufl.edu/news/
tation. releases/020819.shtml.)


FlaLaw (in full color)
and other law school Complete academic and event calendars
materias are available are online at: www.law.ufl.edu.
as links on the Web at
www.law.ufl.edu. Click
on "Publications." August
26 JMBA General Board Meeting,
6:30-8 p.m., 190C HOL
FlaLaw is published to 28 MLSA Meeting, 6 p.m.
help inform and coordi- 29 Toastmasters, 4:10 p.m., 190A HOL
nate activities of the law Voter Education Workshop, 12:45-1:30
school community. p.m., Auditorium
30 Oscar Sanchez from Akerman &
Stan Huguenin, Director Senterfitt on corporate culture, opportu-
of Communications. nities and intervewing, 11:30 a.m., Bailey
Editor: Debra Amirin, Courtroom
APR, Associate Director Faculty Enrichment "State of the
of Communications. College," 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Faculty
Dining Room Music Law Meetings Mondays

Deadline: 1 an.m. September Music Law Conference organizers Brian
week's newsletter. 3 Florida Law Review Open Writing Mencher (left) and Jason Gordon are working
Competition Meeting, 5:45 p.m., 190A hard to schedule a unique event- the first
E-mail news to HOL UFLaw Music Law Conference to be held
flalaw@law.ufl.edu, Faculty Lunch Social, nooon-1 p.m., here Oct. 4-6. The conference will feature panel
or bring a disk Faculty Dining Room
sessions exploring industry legal and business
(PC format, text in 4 Journal of Technology Law & Policy
WordPerfect or Word, Write-On Competition Meeting, issues, a bands showcase, music expo, demo
5:20 p.m., 290 HOL listening exhibition and networking with enter-
including author's name 5 Journal of Technology Law & Policy tainment attorneys and musicians. They will
and contact information), Write-On Competition Meeting, meet with volunteers every Monday until the
to Communications, 288 7 p.m., 290 HOL conference begins Oct. 4 at 5:50 p.m. in 190A
Holland Hall. 5&12 3rd Annual Upchurch Watson White &
(Submit news for the Max Dispute Resolution Symposium:
Meet the Masters, 1-5 p.m. (5th in register online, go to: www.law.ufl.edu/
student newsletter, The Miami and 12th in Ft. Lauderdale) musiclawconference. To volunteer, contact
Docket, to John Marshall 5 Toastmasters, 4:10 p.m., 190A HOL Mencher (musiclawconference@hotmail.com).
Bar Association.)


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FlaLaw Unlversity of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter August 26, 2002


FlaLaw September Conferences Address Pressing Legal Issues
Recognized
FaLaw UFLaw's Dispute Resolution Symposiums Growth Implications for Florida
weekly newsletter for Scheduled in South Florida Subject of Nelson Symposium
students, faculty and staff Dispute resolution experts from around the Growth management experts will meet with
- won an Award of nation will meet with legal practitioners at two legal practitioners at a September symposium to
Distinction from the symposiums scheduled in September in South discuss important land use and growth issues in
Florida Public Relations Florida. UFLaw's third annual "Meet the Masters" Florida and the United States. UFLaw's Richard
Association in its Annual symposium is set for Sept. 5 in Miami at the Hyatt E. Nelson Symposium will take place Sept. 27, at
Golden Image Awards Regency Hotel, and Sept. 12 in Ft. Lauderdale at the UF Hotel & Conference Center. The one-day
Competition this month. the Riverside Hotel. Opening sessions begin at 1 event, entitled "Smart Growth and Beyond:
The award recognizes p.m. at each location. (For complete story go to: Lessons for Florida," begins with an 8:30 a.m.
excellence in research, www.law.ufl.edu/news/releases/020731.shtml.) welcome by law school Dean Jon Mills. (For
planning and implemen- complete story go to: www.law.ufl.edu/news/
tation. releases/020819.shtml.)


FlaLaw (in full color)
and other law school Complete academic and event calendars
materias are available are online at: www.law.ufl.edu.
as links on the Web at
www.law.ufl.edu. Click
on "Publications." August
26 JMBA General Board Meeting,
6:30-8 p.m., 190C HOL
FlaLaw is published to 28 MLSA Meeting, 6 p.m.
help inform and coordi- 29 Toastmasters, 4:10 p.m., 190A HOL
nate activities of the law Voter Education Workshop, 12:45-1:30
school community. p.m., Auditorium
30 Oscar Sanchez from Akerman &
Stan Huguenin, Director Senterfitt on corporate culture, opportu-
of Communications. nities and intervewing, 11:30 a.m., Bailey
Editor: Debra Amirin, Courtroom
APR, Associate Director Faculty Enrichment "State of the
of Communications. College," 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Faculty
Dining Room Music Law Meetings Mondays

Deadline: 1 an.m. September Music Law Conference organizers Brian
week's newsletter. 3 Florida Law Review Open Writing Mencher (left) and Jason Gordon are working
Competition Meeting, 5:45 p.m., 190A hard to schedule a unique event- the first
E-mail news to HOL UFLaw Music Law Conference to be held
flalaw@law.ufl.edu, Faculty Lunch Social, nooon-1 p.m., here Oct. 4-6. The conference will feature panel
or bring a disk Faculty Dining Room
sessions exploring industry legal and business
(PC format, text in 4 Journal of Technology Law & Policy
WordPerfect or Word, Write-On Competition Meeting, issues, a bands showcase, music expo, demo
5:20 p.m., 290 HOL listening exhibition and networking with enter-
including author's name 5 Journal of Technology Law & Policy tainment attorneys and musicians. They will
and contact information), Write-On Competition Meeting, meet with volunteers every Monday until the
to Communications, 288 7 p.m., 290 HOL conference begins Oct. 4 at 5:50 p.m. in 190A
Holland Hall. 5&12 3rd Annual Upchurch Watson White &
(Submit news for the Max Dispute Resolution Symposium:
Meet the Masters, 1-5 p.m. (5th in register online, go to: www.law.ufl.edu/
student newsletter, The Miami and 12th in Ft. Lauderdale) musiclawconference. To volunteer, contact
Docket, to John Marshall 5 Toastmasters, 4:10 p.m., 190A HOL Mencher (musiclawconference@hotmail.com).
Bar Association.)


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