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Table of Contents
    Alumni recognized during 'Dignity in Law' presentation
        Page 1
    Center for Career Services
        Page 2
    UFLaw remembers 9/11, honors those who serve
        Page 3
    Inside the Law School
        Page 4
    Degrees emphasize diversity
        Page 5
    Alumni council secretary Oscar Sanchez speaks at SALSA
        Page 6
    Apply by Friday to study abroad in Australia, Poland
        Page 7
    Governer tailgates with Law School republicans
        Page 8
    UFLAW Calendar
        Page 8
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aFlaLaw
University of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter Vol. 6 No. 4 September 23, 2002









'Dignity in Law' organizers
showcased the UFLaw
Center on Children and
the Law (Director Barbara
Bennett Woodhouse at
left, speaking with Janet
Reno as she visited the
display) and Gator
TeamChild as examples
Florida Bar President Tod Aronovitz (above waving and top right) of good works by legal
and Dean Ion Mills honor lawyers and former Gator football players professionals. Photos by
David Bludworth and father and son Bruce and Brad Culpepper 7UFLaw Photojournalism
prior to the Miami game. Photo by Gainesville Sun Editor Dede Smith. Intern Kristen Bartlett.

Alumni Recognized During 'Dignity in Law' Presentation
The Florida Bar recognized achievements of survey, the profession is among the least reputed
former UF football players now practicing institutions in America, ranking only above the
attorneys during the Sept. 7 Gators vs. media in consumer confidence.
University of Miami game as part of its "Dignity "Distrust for lawyers and judges has reached
in Law" campaign, a statewide effort to publicize such vast proportions that it is turning people
the positive impact of the legal profession and away from the legal system, and that is a danger-
good works of lawyers and judges. Florida Bar ous trend for all Floridians," said Aronovitz, a
President Tod Aronovitz and Dean Jon Mills leading trial lawyer and managing partner of the
recognized during an on-field presentation eight Miami-based firm Aronovitz Trial Lawyers.
of more than 50 former UF football players who The Dignity in Law campaign is an unprece-
went on to become lawyers, including: dented undertaking by The Florida Bar and its
David Bludworth (JD 64), Defensive Back 70,000 members to improve their profession's
Bruce Culpepper (JD 66), 1962 Captain reputation. Its 2001 Member Opinion Survey
Brad Culpepper (JD 01), Defensive Tackle shows the majority of Florida Bar members
Broughton Lang (JD 91), Wide Receiver believe public education is the most important
Tony Leon (JD 92), Defensive Back issue facing the profession.
William Lewis Lee, Jr. (JD 70), Center "While a handful of high profile cases and
Wayne McCall (JD 72), Linebacker some television and movie portrayals have erod-
Mathew Earl Morrall (JD 81), Center ed confidence in the legal system, the reality is
The Bar also showcased in a special game- Florida has some of the best lawyers andjudges
day exhibit the UFLaw Center on Children and in the nation, whose good work goes unnoticed,"
the Law and Gator TeamChild to demonstrate said Aronovitz. "We are collecting their stories
how the legal profession contributes to society. and bringing them to Floridians." UNIVERSITY OF
According to a recent American Bar Association For more information, visit www.flabar:org. .. FLORIDA
Levin College of Law

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Thursday Ao
Application
Deadline for Apply forustice Programs by5 p.m.
Alumni Council Apply for summer intern or honors
Students graduating programs in the U.S. Department of Justice -
this fall or spring must named "#1 All-Around Best Legal Employer in
apply by Thursday America" in America's Greatest Places to Work
(Sept. 26) for service on with a Law Degree by 5 p.m. today (Sept.
the Alumni Council 23). (Information at www.usdoj.gov/oarm/.)
one of UFLaw's two Ca r Shw ThW Don't let important dates for application deadlines or helpful
major support and advi- areer wase Career Services workshops slip by.
sory boards. Members A UF Career Services Showcase will be
help with fund-raising held on main campus Wednesday-Thursday Callback Interviews, Oct. 10, 4 p.m., FDR.
and alumni events. Drop (Sept. 25-26), and will feature full-time, co-op Second Career Workshop, Oct. 17, 4 p.m., FDR.
off your resume in 282 and internship opportunities for all majors. The
Holland Hall and pick event is particularly helpful for law students Act Now for Government Opportunities
up the bylaws to review interested in alternate careers, such as business If you are interested in government career
membership duties. or teaching. Visit the UFLaw Center for Career opportunities, most agencies have early applica-
Applicants will meet Services for information. tion deadlines. (Presidential Management Intern
with Alumni Council Program deadline is Oct. 31, and U.S.
President Bruce Harris Labor & Employment Law Practice Department of Defense is early November.)
at 3 p.m., Friday (Sept. Pete Zinober and other members of The Departments and deadlines are listed outside
27) in the Faculty Florida Bar Section on Labor & Employment Career Services. Federal government jobs offer
Dining Room. Law will speak to students about their practices excellent benefits and the chance to gain sub-
Applicants also are at 4:15 p.m. Friday (Sept. 27), Faculty Dining stantial experience early in your career. Many
encouraged to attend the Room. Refreshments served. agencies offer Honors Programs entry-level
Alumni Council fall programs for 3Ls, graduating LL.M.s and
meeting at 9:30 a.m. Free Help With Job Searches Judicial Law Clerks and compensated or vol-
Saturday (Sept. 28) in Art of Networking, Thursday (Sept. 26), unteer summer internships for 2Ls and some
the cafeteria, followed 4 p.m., Faculty Dining Room (FDR). 1Ls. For information, see the Government
by a free lunch. Opportunities in Entertainment Law, Honors and Internship Programs Handbook in
For information: Oct. 5, 1:40-3 p.m., Auditorium. Career Services or go to www.law.arizona.edu/
Development & Alumni State Judicial Clerkship meeting, career/honorshandbook.cfm (usemame: light-
Affairs Associate Oct. 7, 3-4 p.m., Bailey. house; password: water2).
Director Denise Stobbie
(392.9296 or stobbie@ Business Card Sales Each Wednesday racially integrated bar association and has
law.ufl.edu.) Students can order business cards at the Phi supported movements for social and economic
Alpha Delta table in the concourse every change for 65 years. For information:
Music Law Wednesday from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. (Order nlggainesville@hotmail.com.
Conference forms also available in Career Services.)
The Music Law CSRRR Shows Hawkins Film Thursday
Conference is Oct. 4 National Lawyers Guild's Local The Center for the Study of Race and Race
and organizers and vol- Chapter Schedules First Meeting Relations is beginning its monthly film series with
unteers will meet every A local chapter of the National Lawyers a presentation on the history of Virgil Hawkins
Monday at 5:30 p.m. in Guild comprised of lawyers, legal workers and and the Virgil Hawkins Program, to be shown in
190A Holland Hall until law students has been formed, and progressive Bailey Auditorium Thursday (Sept. 26) at 12:40
then. For details, go to law students and professors are invited to its first p.m. For information: CSRRR Associate Director
www. law.ufl.edu/ membership meeting at 7 p.m. Oct. 7, Civic Desta Meghoo-Peddie (392.5013 or
musiclawconference. Media Center. The Guild was the nation's first meghoo@law.ufl.edu).
(Announcements continue page 7)


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FlaLaw Unlversity of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter o September 23, 2002


UFLaw Remembers 9/11, Honors Those Who Serve








Dean Jon Mills (with
Associate Dean Gail
Sasnett) began the 9/11
Remembrance Ceremony
with the following:
"A year ago we stared
with disbelief at the knife
edge of evil. When we
awoke from the nightmare,
FLaw remembered ihe of 9/11 and onored at a flaraisin ceremony SepL 11 ublic safety officers and militar ervice we discovered the night-
personnel whose diligent efforts help ensure our safety. Local firemen, police and militarU perwonnel were present. me was tre. We cied.
mare was true. We cried.
We grieved. And we were
angry.
"But that day also
awoke other feelings. We
rediscovered our passion
for patriotism and freedom.
We rediscovered our feel-
ings for family and home.
"And we rediscovered
he cerony incuded UFLaw sudens now srving a pubic safetyor cs. With Dan on Mils ft), ar our pride in the people
Christoph M. O'Nal a GPD poice officr r more than ightars Cp. Juan Carl Tabio. rsrvis Mari Corps & E who protect our freedom
th Anglico; Tae Shin, 2nid L. Unit 124 Arry Infantry: enk Donz, 2nd L. Marin Corps; ay Jay lanabajal. 2nd Lt. Marine and our flag our mili-
Corps; Courtney Walsh, 2nd Lt. Marinc Corps: Matt Branncn. Capt. Marine Corps: Gregg Fike, Capt. U.5. Air Force; Sean
Boynton, Capt. Marin Corps Samuel Ldono nd L; and Assocate Dean Ga asnetthe Coors wer present (right) tary, our police and our
by he Naval C Color Guard and two ULaw students firefighters.
"We as a college com-
Smunity have many among
us who serve. We thank
....... ,them. Each of us as a
citizen and a member of
this college community -
now feel more united. We
renew our personal duty to
seek justice and to honor
our country.
"We will meet our
promise."

The lohn Marshall Bar Association organized a panel discussion,"9/11 and the Law: One Year Later" tlo discuss how the attacks
changed political institutions, media culture, law enforcement agencies, relations with foreign countries and legal systemS.
Panelists inciuded Gainesville Sun Editorial Page Editor Ron Cunningham (left), Senator/Former State Attorney Rod Smith,
Former Gov. Buddy MacKaiy, JMBA President and event organizer Chris Hand (3L). UF Medical Professor Fred Southwick and
Professor Nancy Dowd. Ken Grace (3L, right) was one of man-y visitors to a display by student org nizations honoring citizens
of New York and law students with past or prsent military service.


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Journal of Law
& Public Policy
Available Oct. 1 Jacobs Returns with Kamisar, LaFave
The Spring 2002 Professor Michelle Jacobs has and King), and Criminal
issue of the UF Journal rejoined the law faculty after three Procedure and the
ofLaw and Public years at Howard University in Constitution (2002 edition, co-authored
Policy will be available Washington D.C., as a visiting with Kamisar and LaFave).
Oct. 1. Features include professor. Jacobs taught the seminar Media Mentions
"A Drug by any Other "Women Defendants in the Criminal Ja obs Orlando Sentinel (8.11) Associate
Name is Still a Drug: Justice System" and helped coordi- Environmental and Land Use Law Program
Why the Florida nate placement of seminar students with Our Director/Professor James Nicholas quoted on
Judiciary Should Start Place a program for recently released female water usage and growth.
Treating DUI as any prisoners and The Prison Project, a metro The America Prospect (8.12) Irving Cypen
Other Drug Offense," D.C. legal group that represents inmates. She Professor of Law Sharon Rush's book, "Loving
by Gail Sasnett- also served on student-led panels on police Across the Color Line: A White Adoptive Mother
Stauffer and E. John brutality at Howard and Georgetown University Leams about Race," was critiqued by Harvard
Gregory. Student arti- Law School. professor Randall Kennedy.
cles include "The Note Jacobs received an A.B. cum laude from
is The Patentability of Princeton in 1977, and J.D. from Rutgers in Gainesville Sun (8.17) Den Jon Mills on
Embryonic Stem Cell 1982. She carne to UFLaw in 1993 and went to lawsuit from denied applicant.
Research Results," by Howard in 1999. Tampa Tribune (8.22) -Alumni Research
Damon J. Whitaker, Jacobs said she hopes to set up an electronic Scholar/Professor Joseph Little on legal actions
and the "Case Comment database of legal information to aid lawyers and University of South Florida brought against Sami
is Constitutional Law..." non-governmental organizations on behalf of Al-Arian.
by Scott Givens. poor women of color. She is teaching Criminal Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel (8.23) Little on
JLPP publishes Law and Criminal Clinic Defender and municipal support of nonprofit organizations.
scholarly articles on Defender lab this semester. Independent Florida Alligator (8.26) Slobogin
legal and social issues r
cin pui on search for a new dean.
facing public policy
decision-makers. In The Spotlight Gainesville Sun (8.27) Mills and Slobogin on
Information as provided byfaculty and staff and by regular search for a new dean.
Ambas s searches of news media story reports. Legal Tech (August) Legal Technology
Ambassadors'
Publications/Professional Activities Institute's Web page listed as "Useful Web Site."
Coordinator Eminent Scholar William Page (with WCFI-AM (NewsRadio 1290, Ocala) -Assistant
Position Open John Lopatka) published "Who Dean for Student Affairs Patrick Shannon on
Applications for a Suffered Antitrust Injury in the employment labor issues regarding a Marion
coordinator for the Intro Microsoft Case?" in the George County Public Schools bus driver.
to Law and Washington Law Review. Page
Tampa Tribune (9.1) Sam T. Dell Research
Ambassadors' Program Stephen C. O'Connell Professor Scholar Thomas urst on bankptcy laws and
are available in JMBA Christopher Slobogin published corporations.
and Student Affairs and Regulation ofPolice Investigation:
due back to Student Legal, Historical, Empirical and Stuart News/Port St. Lucie News (9.6) Nicholas
Affairs by 5 p.m. Oct. Comparative Materials, 3d edition. on razing of apartments built in violation of local
11. For information: Ed Rood Eminent Schoar Jerold Slobogin growth rules. (Also quoteed in wire report by St.
Ed Rood Eminent Scholar Jerold Petersburg Times 9.7.)
Angie Chesser Israel published two books in Petersburg Times 9.7.)
(angc53@aol.com) or August: Modern Criminal Procedure Associated Press (9.7) Slobogin quotes on
Student Affairs (10th edition) and its spinoffs, Basic Terry Lee King murder trials used world-wide,
Coordinator Noemar Criminal Procedure and Advanced including in venues such as the Washington Post,
Castro (castro@law. Criminal Procedure (co-authored Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Hamilton
ufl.edu). Israel


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Degrees Emphasize Diversity UFCC Kicks Off
The University of
The UFLaw faculty is larger and more diverse than most U.S. law Floria Cmmunit
schools giving students a decided advantage in study, research and career Campaign (UFCC) has
preparation and its track record in publishing, organizational leadership, "kicked off' for Fall
training and mentoring, consulting and law practice adds to the group's 2002. The drive is simi-
stature. Yet another indicator of faculty depth, knowledge and diversity is an larto andworksin
analysis of their degrees including Bachelor's, Master's and Law. The lose harmony with
college's tenured and tenure-track faculty have earned a total of more than the larger community's
180 degrees, including 18 from Yale and 15 from Harvard. United Way campaign.
Donors provide sorely
needed charitable finan-
cial support for local
charities and public
service agencies.
You may designate
your UFCC support to
particular agencies or
support the program at
large, and do so through
payroll deduction.
(Although UF makes it
possible for employees
to participate in this
effort, participation is a
personal and private
choice.)
Faculty and staff
who have not received
pledge cards and cam-
paign materials should
(In the Spotlight continued) patent on use of oranges. contact Professor
(Ontario, Canada) Spectator, Australian (national Joseph Little, Faculty
Australia daily) and Newsday. Support Manager
on interim executives.
Business Wire (9.7) Covered Florida Bar's Marilyn Henderson,
"Dignity in Law" presentation at UF-Miami foot- Gainesville Sun (9.12) UFLaw flag ceremony Associate Dean Gail
ball game, which featured law grads who played on Sept. 11 m entioned in article about 9/11 Sasnett, Associate LIC
UF football. Director Rick Donnelly
Richmond (VA) Times-Dispatch 9.8 Assistant Los Angeles Times (9.13) Little regarding legal or Dean Jon Mills.
avenues for Janet Reno following Sept. 10
Professor Mark Fenster on conspiracy theories
Democratic primary.
surrounding 9/11 and whether and how the feder-
al government should respond. Chicago Tribune (9.15) Gerald A. Sohn Scholar
Richmond Times-Dispatch (9.8) Fenster on Jeffrey Davis on pending legislation to limit
conspiracy theories and the Intermet. homestead exemptions during bankruptcy.
5 AP Wire 9.17 Davis quoted on proposed
St. Petersburg Times (9.10) Little on circuit AP Wire 9.17 Davis quoted on proposed
Federal legislation to limit funds protected in
judge candidate publicizing opponent's back-
ground. homestead exemption if bankruptcy is filed.
Interviewed on same topic 9.18 on "Newstalk" on
Lakeland Ledger (9.10) IP Program Director Tampa radio AM 1040.
Thomas Cotter on overturning a Tropicana



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Honor Code Alumni Council Secretary Oscar Sanchez Speaks to SALSA
Reminder By Debbie Cupples IL
Examples of con- The Spanish American Law Students Association (SALSA)
duct that violate the and Center for Career Services hosted law school Alumni
Honor Code include: Council Secretary Oscar Sanchez (JD 82, right) at a Sept. 30th
* Having another student presentation on the practicalities ofjob hunting and importance
sign an attendance sheet of giving.
or signing an attendance "Oscar Sanchez is a great example for any law student,"
sheet for an absent stu- said SALSA President Gisela Then (3L, left). "He used his
dent to circumvent stan- experiences in law and everyday life to motivate students."
dards set by the professor. Sanchez advised students to be aggressive in their job
SLying to a professor about searches. "About 90 percent of life is knowing where opportuni-
a reason for a classroom ties are and being there," Sanchez said. "Career Services can
absence or late paper. help you with that, so take full advantage."
* Falsifying information on Sanchez is a partner in Akerman Senterfitt in Miami and does pro bono work for the ACLU and
a resume. other groups.
Plagiarism: Relying on "Go ahead, make money after you graduate but be sure to write checks and give of your time,"
another's work without he told students in the audience. "Society overlooks a lot of people that need help. Lawyers are the only
giving proper credit. people with the keys to the courthouse, and that's an incredible privilege. It is our obligation to give
SReceiving unauthorized back."
assistance while compet- Sanchez also is a loyal UFLaw supporter, and said state funding does not cover all the law school's
ing for a place with a co- expenses, which is why private donations are so important. "I owe my success to this wonderful law
curricular organization, school," Sanchez said. "I consider it an honor to help."
such as Law Review, Sanchez is expected to be confirmed Alumni Council president-elect at the meeting this week.
Moot Court or Trial
Team. Reduce Stress with Yoga and Meditation Classes
Violations of the
Honor Code are under ByAli Kane, Resource Counselor Meditation Classes Thursdays
jurisdiction of the One tenet of effective stress management Meditation for Relaxation and Inner Peace
Honor Committee. propounds setting aside time each day for rest classes will meet Thursdays from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Possible sanctions and renewal. When we are all so busy, it seems in 350 Holland Hall. We will work on calming
include bar notification absurd to squeeze yet another activity. Yet, doing the mind and body through breathing and relax-
at the minimum. so can contribute to not only our peace of mind, ation and exercises to generate positive feelings
but to our effectiveness when we return to work. of warmth and clarity. I have been meditating
Yoga and meditation classes now available daily for seven years, and cannot tout its benefits
here to the UFLaw community are worth- enough. I will draw from a variety of approaches
while ways to relax and have fun. and styles, and urge you to give it a try.

Yoga Classes Mondays If you have questions or comments, e-mail
Flu Shots Does your back hurt from sitting at your me at alikane@ufl.edu or visit me in Career
Here Oct. 29 desk or computer? Do you get headaches? Stiff Services during office
Flu shots will be legs? A spinning mind that makes it hard to hours -Tuesdays from
given to faculty, staff sleep? If so, yoga may be a good choice for you. 12-5 p.m. and Thursdays
and students Oct. 29th Classes will be held Mondays from 6-7 p.m. in from 4-6 p.m. I also am
on the concourse. the cafeteria today (Sept. 23) and Sept. 30, Oct. available for individual
Please have a valid 21, Nov. 4 & 18; and in the auditorium Oct. 7, counseling sessions at
ID. Faculty and staff 14 & 28, and Nov. 25. Movement, stillness and these times.
will be charged $10 deep relaxation are important elements of this
(cash required). class.


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Apply by Friday for Study Abroad in Australia, Poland Apply by Friday
Sfor IL Minority
UFLaw students must apply for international and comparative law, tribunal pro- Scholarships
Melbourne (Australia) or Warsaw (Poland) cedures, criminal justice and litigation. Students Eligible minority,
Semester Abroad Law Programs for spring can transfer up to 14 credit hours per academic first-year law students
semester by 4 p.m. Friday (Sep. 27). year. (Spring/Fall 2002
Applications are available in the Office of Warsaw University (Warsaw, Poland) entrants) are encouraged
Student Affairs. For information, contact Student Warsaw University hosts UF's popular to apply for the $5,000
Affairs Coordinator Noemar Castro (392.0421 Center for American Law Studies, and offers Foley and Lardner
or castro@law.ufl.edu) or go to: www.law.ufl. advanced teaching and computer technology and Minority Scholarship by
edu/students/abroadl/echange. shtml. access to a state-of-the-art library facility, which the deadline Friday (Sept.
Monash University (Melbourne, Australia) includes an American law collection. The univer- 27). Application packets
The Law School is on the Monash sity houses 6,000 students each year, making it are available outside the
University-Clayton campus, and houses a law one of the largest universities in Poland. Center for the Study of
library, three computer laboratories and five Courses include: Jurisprudence in Europe, Race and Race Relations
lecture theaters. The school administers 14 pro- European Political and Legal Doctrines, (332 Holland Hall), in
grams and four research centers, has more than Administrative Law, Public Business Law, Student Affairs and in
60 full-time academic staff and faculty and Informatics and law in the EU and Poland, and Career Services. Submit
enrolls 2,000 students. Protection of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms completed application
Courses cover banking and finance law, in Poland. Students can transfer up to 14 credit materials to CSRRR
internet and electronic law, commercial law, hours. All courses taught in English. Associate Director Desta
Meghoo-Peddie (332
Holland Hall) or her
(Contnued from page 2) shops, conferences, research, lobbying and publi- secretary, Carol
BLSA to Discuss Career Preparation cations and assisting other organized projects. Velasques, (340 Holland
The Black Law Students Association (BLSA) RPG meetings will be held at 5:20 p.m. Oct. Hall).
will present a panel comprised of attomeys 1, 15 & 29 and Nov. 12. All meetings will be held
practicing in diverse fields which will discuss in 292 Holland Hall except the Oct. 29th meeting.
what it means to be "prepared" as it relates to That meeting will consist of a roundtable of local
each area. The panel is scheduled for Thursday, real estate attomeys who will discuss and answer
Oct. 31, 6:30 p.m., Faculty Dining Room, with questions concerning real estate issues and career
prior reception beginning at 6 p.m. For informa- options, and will be held in the auditorium. All
tion: BLSA Career Services Committee Chair students are welcome. For information: Nia
Stephanie Mickle (sm_mickle@hotmail.com). Johnson (njohnsOl@ufl.edu).

Improve Speaking Skills at Toastmasters Moot Court Advances to Semi-Finals
Toastmasters Public Speaking Club will meet The UF Moot Court team made the semi- Lexis 1 L
in 190A Holland Hall at 4:10 p.m. Thursday finals in the E. Earle Zehmer Moot Court Schedules
(Sept. 26) and Oct. 3. All are invited. Competition in Orlando last month. Team mem-
First-year students
bers Steven Klein, LaKesia Mosley and Robert sud e te
Real Property Group Meetings Set Klingler won Best Written Brief, and Klingler door in the Media
door in the Media
The Real Property Group (RPG) promotes and Klein advanced to the semi-finals in oral
Center for training
understanding of real estate law, related legal arguments in the all-Florida competition.
schedules. All Ruff,
issues and the skills necessary to successfully pur- The competition was organized by the law h.
Wihnyk, and Pflaum
sue a career in the area. The organization exam- firm of McConnaughay Duffy Coonrod Pope & Wih and Pflau
classes are scheduled
ines areas of real property including, but not limit- Weaver, P.A., and the Florida Workers'-y
today-Wednesday (Sept.
ed to, title searches, property rights, laws of trans- Compensation Institute, and was held in conjunc- 23-2 yu f t
23-25. If you forget your
fer, mortgage obligations, creative debt financing, tion with the Institute's annual Workers'
I.D., come early to get it
construction loans, development projects and real Compensation competition. f a Leis ociate
from a Lexis Associate.
estate management by sponsoring seminars, work-


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Gator TeamChild is a Governor Tailgates with Law School Republicans
great way to serve
your community while Gov. Jeb Bush, son and brother of presidents, Center parking lot. The event was organized by
getting intense training and his son, George P. Bush, tailgated with "Gators for Jeb!" a grass-roots political group
in juvenile, mental Republican law students and Gators prior to the organized and led by law students.
health and disability UF/Miami football game Sept. 7 in the O'Connell
law. Learn more at
www.law.ufl.edu/
academics/clinics/
juvenile.


FlaLaw (in color)
and other law school
materials are available
at the "Publications"
link on the UFLaw
Web site: Monroe Lee -a band comprised entirely of law students -
www.law.ufl. edu. provided entertainment Sept. 7 for the hundreds who turnedators for lebl" Chairman Travis Horn (3L, right) helped
out to greet Gov. leb Bush and cheer on the Gators. Members Gators r Chairman Travis Hrn (3L, right) helped
are Travis Atria (left, only band student not in firstyear of law organize Bushs tailgat visit.
school), Michael Verille, loshua Wagner and Eric Atria.

FlaLaw is published to
help inform and coordi-
nate activities ofthe law See complete academic and event calendars online at: www. law. ufl. edu.
school community.
Stan uguenin, Director September Criminal Law Association/JMBA Paintball,
Stan Huguenin, Director 1-5 p.m., Rocky Creek Paintball
of Communications. 23 JMBA Meeting, 6:30-8, 190B HOL 1 p.m oy ee Pa
Labor and Employment Law Program,
Editor: Debra Amirin, Yoga Classes, 6-7 p.m., Cafeteria 4 pm., Faculty Dining Room
APR, Associate Director JTLP Meeting for Write-On Competition, 30 Yoga classes, 6-7 p.m., Cafeteria
of Communications. 6:30-7:30 p.m., 190A HOL JMB Meeting, 6:30-8 pm., 190B
Photography: Kristen Trial Team Meeting, 5:20 p.m., 292 HOL
Bartlett, Photojoumalism JMBA Meeting, 6:30-8 p.m., 190B HOL October
Intern 24 Criminal Law Association-Speaker 3 Toastmasters, 4:10 p.m., 190A HOL
(Practioner), 5:30-7 p.m., 296 HOL 4 Music Law Conference
Deadline: 10 a.m. Law Review Open Writing Competition
y fr t n Instructional Meeting, 5:45 p.m., 290 HOL
Tuesday for the next 25 Domesti Violence and Health Implications !
week's newsletter. for Women, 7-9 p.m., MSB Auditorium.
E-mail news to Presentation followed by panel discussion. i in
flalaw@law.ufl.edu, 26 Career Development Conference meeting, 2 8 R I i
or bring a disk 7 p.m., 190C HOL un T
(PC format, text in JLPP Meeting, 12:40-1:40 p.m., 190A HOL c \ i it nr un t
WordPerfect or Word, Meditation, 6:30 p.m., 350 HOL
Moot Court, 12:40 p.m., 296 HOL Florida iin ah. Dean Jn
including author's name PAD Meeting, 6:30 p.m., 190B HOL ill n
and contact information), Toastmasters, 4:10 p.m., 190A HOL
to Communications, Art of Networking, 4 p.m., Faculty Dining Room by Clarene T ll
288 Holland Hall. 27 Richard E. Nelson Growth Management P r I a
(Submit news for the Symposium, Smart Growth and Beyond: enise obbie
student newsletter, The Lessons for Florida, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.,
Docke, to Jon M l UF Hotel and Conference Center O e enn
Docket, to John Marshall
Bar Association.)


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FlaLaw University of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter September 23, 2002


Gator TeamChild is a Governor Tailgates with Law School Republicans
great way to serve
your community while Gov. Jeb Bush, son and brother of presidents, Center parking lot. The event was organized by
getting intense training and his son, George P. Bush, tailgated with "Gators for Jeb!" a grass-roots political group
in juvenile, mental Republican law students and Gators prior to the organized and led by law students.
health and disability UF/Miami football game Sept. 7 in the O'Connell
law. Learn more at
www.law.ufl.edu/
academics/clinics/
juvenile.


FlaLaw (in color)
and other law school
materials are available
at the "Publications"
link on the UFLaw
Web site: Monroe Lee -a band comprised entirely of law students -
www.law.ufl. edu. provided entertainment Sept. 7 for the hundreds who turnedators for lebl" Chairman Travis Horn (3L, right) helped
out to greet Gov. leb Bush and cheer on the Gators. Members Gators r Chairman Travis Hrn (3L, right) helped
are Travis Atria (left, only band student not in firstyear of law organize Bushs tailgat visit.
school), Michael Verille, loshua Wagner and Eric Atria.

FlaLaw is published to
help inform and coordi-
nate activities ofthe law See complete academic and event calendars online at: www. law. ufl. edu.
school community.
Stan uguenin, Director September Criminal Law Association/JMBA Paintball,
Stan Huguenin, Director 1-5 p.m., Rocky Creek Paintball
of Communications. 23 JMBA Meeting, 6:30-8, 190B HOL 1 p.m oy ee Pa
Labor and Employment Law Program,
Editor: Debra Amirin, Yoga Classes, 6-7 p.m., Cafeteria 4 pm., Faculty Dining Room
APR, Associate Director JTLP Meeting for Write-On Competition, 30 Yoga classes, 6-7 p.m., Cafeteria
of Communications. 6:30-7:30 p.m., 190A HOL JMB Meeting, 6:30-8 pm., 190B
Photography: Kristen Trial Team Meeting, 5:20 p.m., 292 HOL
Bartlett, Photojoumalism JMBA Meeting, 6:30-8 p.m., 190B HOL October
Intern 24 Criminal Law Association-Speaker 3 Toastmasters, 4:10 p.m., 190A HOL
(Practioner), 5:30-7 p.m., 296 HOL 4 Music Law Conference
Deadline: 10 a.m. Law Review Open Writing Competition
y fr t n Instructional Meeting, 5:45 p.m., 290 HOL
Tuesday for the next 25 Domesti Violence and Health Implications !
week's newsletter. for Women, 7-9 p.m., MSB Auditorium.
E-mail news to Presentation followed by panel discussion. i in
flalaw@law.ufl.edu, 26 Career Development Conference meeting, 2 8 R I i
or bring a disk 7 p.m., 190C HOL un T
(PC format, text in JLPP Meeting, 12:40-1:40 p.m., 190A HOL c \ i it nr un t
WordPerfect or Word, Meditation, 6:30 p.m., 350 HOL
Moot Court, 12:40 p.m., 296 HOL Florida iin ah. Dean Jn
including author's name PAD Meeting, 6:30 p.m., 190B HOL ill n
and contact information), Toastmasters, 4:10 p.m., 190A HOL
to Communications, Art of Networking, 4 p.m., Faculty Dining Room by Clarene T ll
288 Holland Hall. 27 Richard E. Nelson Growth Management P r I a
(Submit news for the Symposium, Smart Growth and Beyond: enise obbie
student newsletter, The Lessons for Florida, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.,
Docke, to Jon M l UF Hotel and Conference Center O e enn
Docket, to John Marshall
Bar Association.)


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