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Table of Contents
    Florida Supreme Court justices judge moot court final four
        Page 1
    Center for Career Services
        Page 2
    Environmental conference planning
        Page 3
    Inside the Law School
        Page 4
    Parking enforcement increased: take the bus or car pool
        Page 5
    Apply by Wednesday for Spring clinics and trial practice
        Page 6
    'Citizenship or Bondage' Thursday explores women's issues
        Page 7
    Florida growth implications subject of Nelson symposium
        Page 7
    Students needed Thursday for opinions, critiques
        Page 8
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FFlaLaw
Unlversity of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter Vol. 6 No. 6 October 21, 2002

Dean 'Waiters'
Benefit AHA
Tired of waiting on
deans? Let them wait on
you. Dean Jon Mills,
Associate Dean for
Students, Professionalism &
Community Relations Gail
Sasnett and Assistant Dean
for Student Affairs Pat
Florida Supreme Court lustices Cantero (left), Shaw, Wells, Anstead, Pariente (fourth from right), Quince and retired lustice Shannon will wait tables in
Overton (second from right, with Dean lon Mills) judged the "Final Four" Moot Court competition at the college Oct. II.
UFLaw students Nathan Coppernoll (fifth from left), Camelia Coward, alternate Cindy Clenney, JoAnn Guerrero and Alison the Litigator Lunchbox
Marshall competed in the Final Four (below) in a full Holland Hall auditorium. (cafeteria) this Tuesday
Florida Supreme Court justices (Oct. 22), 11:30 a.m.-12:30
p.m. The American Bar
Judge Moot Court Final Four Association-Law Students
By Deborah Cupples (IL) Division is sponsoring the
Six of the seven justices of the Florida event to raise funds for the
Supreme Court Chief Justice Harry Lee American Heart Association
Anstead (JD 63) and Leander J. Shaw Jr., Walk, to be held Saturday
Charles T. Wells (JD 64, immediate past chief (Oct. 26), 9 a.m., Oaks
justice), Barbara J. Pariente, Peggy A. Quince Mall. They urge students
and Raoul G. Cantero III and retired former and faculty to be generous
Chief Justice Ben Overton (JD 52) judged the with their tips (funds will
annual Justice Campbell Thornal Moot Court be donated to the walk on
Team Final Four competition here Oct. 11. behalf of the law school).
"The court has been judging UF Moot Court Faculty arriving early for
competitions for decades," said Anstead, adding the faculty meeting will be
that Marshall Barnes, a constitutional officer served by the "waiters" as
appointed by the Florida Supreme Court, has well. For information or to
attended seven of UF's competitions. sign up to walk or support
"We are fortunate to have such a wonderful While most Moot Court members (above) hosted justices of another walker: ABA-LSD
relationship with our Florida Supreme Court. Its the Florida Supreme Court for the Final Four, two UF teams President Jen Jones
level of involvement not only guarantees an excit- flew to Washington, D.C. to sweep the Tang competition. (lenjones@law.com or
John Merchant (below, left) and Jim Bryan won "Best Brief," 367.0107).
ing Final Four, but also gives team members and and Steven Klein and Bradley Harper took first place, with
students the opportunity to observe skills required Klein winning Best Oralist.
for excellence in appellate advocacy," said Moot
Court Student Chair LeAnn Davis. "We are now
working on the spring Final Four, to be held Feb.
28 before judges from the U.S. Court of Appeals
for the Eleventh Circuit and sponsored by
Holland & Knight."
The justices held an informal Q & A session
prior to competition, where they advised students RS OF
(Moot Court continues page 3) FLORIDA
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Panel to A
Discuss Career
Preparation JAG Presentation Oct. 22 Students can view
The Black Law Learn Tuesday (Oct. 22) about careers in the job listings at
www.eattorney.com.
Students Association Navy Judge Advocate General's (JAG) Corps, Click on "Career"
(BLSA) and Center for 9:10-10 a.m., 292 Holland Hall. then "lob Bank."
Career Services will Note: Don't miss the story on UFLaw grad- For details or an
eAttorney password,
present a panel of attor- uates making headlines in the JAG Corps in the visit Career Services.
neys from diverse fields fall issue of UFLaw magazine. (Check FlaLaw
to discuss what it means distribution points next month for your copy.)
to be "job prepared"
Thursday, Oct. 31, 6:30 Apply Now for Externships
p.m., Cafeteria, with a A new externship with the U.S. Attorney's
reception at 6 p.m. For Office, Northern District of Florida (Gainesville, ed one academic year by the time the externship
information: BLSA Tallahassee, Pensacola) is available. Externs will begins. For application materials and hiring cri-
Career Services do legal research, write legal memoranda, draft teria, see Laura Traynham in Career Services.
Committee Chair pleadings and assist in trial preparation, and may
Stephanie Mickle be able to observe hearings, trials and argu- Act on Government Opportunities
(smmickle@hotmail. ments. Apply for spring by Friday (Oct. 25) or Departments and deadlines for government
com). summer by Jan. 17. career opportunities are listed outside Career
Applications for the following spring posi- Services. Most agencies have early application
tions (maximum five credits) are due Oct. 28th: deadlines (Presidential Management Intern
Judge McNeal, family law judge, Ocala Program deadline is Oct. 31, and U.S.
Fifth Judicial Circuit, StaffAttomey's Office, Department of Defense is early November), so
Ocala check details now.
In Gainesville: Federal government jobs offer excellent
Alachua County Attomey's Office (legal drafting) benefits and the chance to gain substantial expe-
Eighth Judicial Circuit Family Law Division rience early in your career. Many agencies offer
Apply for Office of the State Attomey, Domestic Violence Honors Programs entry-level programs for
Three Rivers Legal Services, Domestic Violence 3Ls, graduating LL.M.s and judicial law clerks
Ambassa dors' Southem Legal Counsel and compensated or volunteer summer intem-
Position by Friday Santa Fe Community College ships for 2Ls and some 1Ls.
Applications for an Judge Paul U.S. District Court, For information, see the Government
Ambassador Program Northem District of Florida Honors and Internship Programs Handbook in
coordinator for "Intro to Judge Mickle U.S. District Court, Career Services or go to www.law.arizona.edu/
Law" are available in Northem District of Florida career/honorshandbook.cfm (usemame: light-
JMBA and Student Affairs Candidates must have successfully complet- house; password: water2).
and due by 5 p.m. Friday
(Oct. 25). Applicants must Democrats Meet Today real estate issues and career options at 5:20
be energetic, in their sec- The Law School Democrats will meet at p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 29, Auditorium.
ond semester or later, Rafferty's Restaurant at 8:30 p.m. today (Oct. 21) A RPG meeting is scheduled for 5:20 p.m.
available for a training and every Monday until the election. Meeting Nov. 12 in 292 Holland Hall. For information:
meeting this semester, and "recaps" will be held Thursdays, 12:50 p.m., law Nia Johnson (njohnsOl@ufl.edu).
able to begin by Jan. 5. school courtyard "Cheerios" sculpture. Bring your
For information: Angie lunch. For information: 846.5884. Business Card Sale Wednesdays
Chesser (angc53@ Students can order business cards at the Phi
aol.com) or Student Real Property Group Meetings Set Alpha Delta table on the concourse 11:30 a.m.-
Affairs Coordinator All are invited to a Real Property Group 12:30 p.m. every Wednesday. (Order forms also
Noemar Castro (RPG) roundtable of local real estate attorneys available in Career Services.)
(castro@law ufl.edu). who will discuss and answer questions concerning


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("Moot Court, from page 1) Director of Legal Environmental
about arguing before a court. Research and Writing Conference
"Don't avoid questions," said Overton. Henry Wihnyk (left, Planning
with Moot Court
"When answering, remember a monotone or Chair C. LeAnn The Ninth Annual
absence of eye contact isn't gonna get it." Davis [3L] and Public Interest
Quince advised students to let a judge Robert Klinger [3L], Environmental
however "long winded" finish asking ques- who wrote the Final Conference, "Florida's
Four problem) and
tions. "You can't adequately answer without Assistant Director Final Frontiers: Saving
hearing the whole thing," she said. Leanne Pflaum are What's Left," will be
Wells said effective lawyers must "master Moot Court Faculty Feb. 27-March 1, 2003,
interactive technology," noting some courts use UF Reitz Union. A
video conferencing. planning meeting will
Shaw commented, "Judges know your cases be held Nov. 5, 5:15
through briefs. Charts eat into your 20 minutes, "I feel blessed to have participated," p.m., CGR Conference
so the time might be better used for argument." Guerrero said. "Most importantly, I am grateful Room. For information:
"Don't fear questions," said Cantero. "Oral for the support of my family, frends and coach- Steckley Lee
argument is a conversation, where lawyers help es articulary my benching artner am514.2955).
the court come to a conclusion. Anticipate ques- oward (Final Four petitioner)."
tions and prepare answers." Marshall said, "I tried out for the team to
get more experience with brief
"The law school is greatly honored by the writing and oral arguments.
presence and support ofsponsors Zimmerman Making the team was great in
Shuffield Kiser & Sutcliffe and the Florida itself, but making Final Four was
Supreme Court, and the opportunity this unreal."
affords students to write an appellate brief and "Trying out for Moot Court
present oral argument to an appellate court" involved hard work," said Coward.
Moot Court Faculty Advisor and Assistant Director of "I was lucky to have great friends
Legal Research and Writing Leanne Pflaum. who gave time and support. The
The UF team is named for former Supreme best part was sitting on the stage
Court Chief Justice Campbell Thornal, and com- and seeing my benching partner, Family Court Workshop
petes each year at more than 20 tournaments JoAnn on the opposing side." Florida Supreme Court Justice
throughout the country winning numerous "Arguing in ront of Sureme Barbara Pariente (at podium) intro-
state and national awards. Prior to tournament Court justices was an amazing duced a workshop on "The Role of Law
competition, the team whose goal is promo- honor, Coppernoll said. And Schools in the Era of the Unified Family
tion of excellence in appellate advocacy members were henomenal Court" at the college Oct. 11.
holds five-week tryouts judged by student and n getting us ready. "The legal system should focus on
faculty with input from longtime fall competi- That same weekend, four team needs of children involved in legal
tion sponsors Zimmerman Shuffield Kiser & members competed in the Thomas cases," said Pariente. "They should refer
Sutcliffe of Orlando. The chosen "Final Four" Tang Moot Court in Washington, families to resources that will make
then compete before the Supreme Court justices. D.C. even ein and radey relationships stronger, coordinate cases
This year's finalists Nathan Coppernoll arer took st ace, and Klen to provide consistent results, and strive
(2L), Camelia Coward (2L), Allison Marshall also won "Best Oralist John to leave families in better condition than
(2L) and JoAnn Guerrero (2L) argued a Merchant m Bryan won when they entered the system."
case involving the Sex Offender Registration "est Brief" Bt teams wil com- The workshop examined how law
Act. Coppernoll and Coward argued for peteschools can train future lawyers to bet-
Petitioner John Doe, an ex-felon challenging its or iformation about te UF ter address the multiple needs of chil-
constitutionality, while Marshall and Guerrero Moot Court team or how to join: dren and families served by courts. It
argued for Respondent, a fictitious state. har LeAnn Davis was organized by the UFLaw Center on
Marshall won Best Brief, and Guerrero won (leanniesue@hotmail.com). Children and the Law.
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Zedalis New Trial
Practice Director
Jennifer In The Spotlight Art," in the UCLA
Zedalis has Entertainment Law Review. The piece is co-
Fa w s Information as provided by faculty and staff and by regular
joined UFLaw searches ofnews media story reports authored with student Angela M. Mirabole.
as legal skills
rEas legalsl/i O Publications/Professional Activities *Affiliate Professor Charles Collier published,
professor/Tr* Levin Mabie & Levin Professor "The Wrath of History in The Responsive
Practice rogram irector. Berta Hernandez-Truyol Community," as part of a symposium on "Can
A private practice lawyer published, "Out of the Shadows: Postmodemists Condemn Terrorism?"
in Gainesville since 1998,
ein Gainesville since 1 Traversing the Imaginary of Associate Professor Danaya
he re ed her B.A. f rom Sameness, Difference and Wright published, "Shaken, Not
Duke aAnd J.. from UF Relationalism A Human Rights Stirred: Has Tahoe-Sierra Settled or
1984. After spending 18 Proposal," in Wisconsin Women's Hernandez Muddied the Regulatory Takings
years as a trial lawyer, Law Journal; "On Becoming the Waters?" in Environmental Law
Zedalis said she looks for- Other: Cubans, Castro and Elian Reporter. Wright
ward to contributing to A LatCritical Analysis," in Denver Professor Stuart Cohn's artile,
UF's excellent legal skills Law Review; and the introduction, "The Development of A Mrticreap
program. She will begin conclusion and a chapter, "Both
full-time supervision and Work and Violence: Prostitution and Rush Securities Market in Sub-Saharan
initiation of new courses in Human Rights," in Moral Imperialism: A Afrca, will be published by the
T Qnm ^ Right, in ,l ,A TUnited Nations. He also has been
January 2003. CriticalAnthology( NYU Press). Irving Cypen ited Nation. He also has been
appointed Senior Special Fellow to cohn
"I want students to be Professor Sharon Rush wrote a chapter, te U.. Institte r rainin a
the U.N. Institute for Training and
tripping over one another "Domestic and Intemational Adoptions: Heroes? Researc; s e 10 at te Jaconvi
Research; spoke Oct. 10 at the Jacksonville
to study trial practice in Villains? Or Loving Parents? The Race and Directors Institute on corporate govemance i
Gainesville," said Zedalis. Nationality Precepts as Explanations for r a
S. the post-Enron era; and is serving as reporter for
Intemational Adoptions," in the
atonal o n n te The Florida Bar Project on Corporate Law
same anthology. Revision.
Clarence J. TeSelle Professor
SClarence J. TeSelle Professor Assistant Professor Mark Fenster
Martin J. McMahon Jr. published, spoke Oct. 7 on "The Symbols of
spoke Oct. 7 on "The Symbols of
"Capitalization of Benefits
"Capitalization of Benefits Governance: Thurman Amold and
Faculty Text Extending Substantially Beyond the ost-Realist (Legal) Theory" at the
Taxable Year" (co-authored with McMahon Post-Realist (Legal) Theory" at the
Orders Due Taxable Year" (co-authored with American Bar Foundation in
Facut are reBons I. Bittker & Lawrence A.
Faculty are reminded Zelenak) in Tax Notes (Oct. 14). Chicago. Fenster
that submitting text orders Levin Chair in Family Law/Center
promptly: 1. Allows stu- Associate Professor Pedro Malavet on Children and the Law Director
dents access to the infor- published, "The Accidental Crit II: Barbara Bennett Woodhouse
mation when they register, Culture and the Looking Glass of spoke Oct. 12 on "Enhancing
and 2. Enables UF Exile," in Denver Law Review as Malavet Childrens Participation in Policy
part of a symposium on "Class in .
Bookstores to buy back part of a sympos on "Class in Formation" at the University of Woodhouse
LatCrit: Theory and Praxis in a
books from students at Praxis in aArizona's interdisciplinary confer-
booksWorld of Economic Inequality."
highest possible prices. o ence on Youth, Voice and Power.
Orders can be placed: Affiliate Professor Paul Magnarella Stephen C. O'Connell Professor
* Online published "Intemational Human Christopher Slobogin spoke Oct. 19
(www.textadoption. Rights: Roots of a Progression," in Magnarella on, "What Atkins Could Mean for
w a i &on, "What Atkins Could Mean for --
ufl.edu) the Journal ofThird World Studies. People with Mental Illness" at a
By phone (392.6141) IP Program Director Thomas symposium at the University of
By fax (392.7812) Cotter will publish, "Written on the Mexico Law School on implications o
Slobogin
* By e-mail (mwilliams@ Body: Intellectual Property Rights in of a Supreme Court case that held
admin.ufl.edu) Tattoos, Makeup and Other Body Cotter people with retardation may not be executed.



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Parking Enforcement Increased; Take the Bus or Car Pool Faculty Reception
Homecoming 2002
By Editorial Assistant lake Hannaway parking brake for towing. It i es l f to
Gail Sasnett, Dean of Students, may not be worth it, consid- Education Celebration a
Professionalism and Community Relations and ering that parking at the catered stentalt
chair of UF's Transportation and Parking Advisory Harn Museum lot serviced re to en ,
Committee, says parking enforcement around the by Park and Ride 1 and reception Wednesd
Nov. 6, 5-7 p.m., Keene
law school has increased, and recommends alter- Family Housing bus lines is ene e
natives such as the bus or car pools (about 35 per- less than a fve minute ride Facly Cente at aer
Hall. Keynote speaker:
mits still available for groups of three or more liv- from either Holland Hall (on el Ua
Terrell Sessums, UFLaw
ing outside walking distance from the law school). Family Housing) or graduate ad frmer Flra
o graduate and former Florida
Sasnett warns students should be aware their Fraternity Row (on Park and Taking the bus is quick Blue Key and UF Student
cars may be towed if they park in areas painted Ride 1). and reliable.
"No Parking," near curbs not sectioned off for Parking may become
parking, on unmarked grassy areas, or anywhere even more limited next year when construction M i f
not marked and designated for parking. (Cars may begins on new and renovated facilities. Though
be towed even if other illegally parked cars cover plans have been discussed for expanding parking Recruitment
"No Parking" notices on curbs or ground.) in the south lot, the $500,000 needed to fund the Team Members
Parking illegally and getting towed costs at project may not be available. Founding members of
least $50 ($20 fine, $30 towing fee) and as was Get updates on parking restrictions and appeal the UFLaw Student
recently the case with a student here they may UF parking tickets at www.parking.ufl.edu. Recruitment Team are
even break into your car if they need to release the Detailed bus information is at www.go-rts.com. Destinie Baker, Angie
Chesser, Darren
(In the Spotlight continued) economic effects of historic preservation by Chiappetta, Nelson David,
Professor Rush presented her work on Center for Govemmental Responsibility detailed. Daria Dawson, Stacy
"Emotional Segregation in the Classroom" at a (Story also ran in the Gainesville Sun [10.3].) Feingold, Tonya Fewell,
conference last week in Birmingham, Alabama, Independent Florida Alligator (10.3) Editorial Canaan Himmelbaum,
on "Making a Difference Through Education." on music file trading over the Internet mentioned Dana Honeywell,
Sthe Music Law Conference. (10.4) Music Law Margaret Isom, Haseeb
SMedia enons Conference detailed. (10.7) Photo from Music Jabbar, Rachael
eJinancialnews.com (9.29) Chesterfield Smithr,
S l c Law Conference published on front page. Loukonen, Meghan
Professor Fletcher Baldwin on Intemational
Monetary Fund and World Bank's rate of success Gainesville Sun (10.4) Coverage of Music Law McShane, Rachael
against money laundering. Conference. (10.8) Professor Little on the USA Morgan, Christopher
Florida Today (9.29) Professor PATRIOT Act and its authorization for law O'Neil, Darin Paton,
laws in case involving an inventor and NASA enforcement agens to check, without warrant, Cathryn Rickey, Lesley
physicist. library and bookstore patron records. (10.13) Rumley, Drew Thompson,
SUniversity Wire (10.1) Independent Florida Professor Cotter on copyright laws and recording Barbara Walker and
professor lectures for distance education.
Alligator's story on law school's Florida Bar exam St. etesburg Times (10.9) Professor Little on Beranton Whisenant.
perfo c St. Petersburg Times (10.9) Professor Lite onasked to
performance republished. children in deed-restricted neighbor- Members are asked to
WSKYRadio (10.3) Intemational Trade Program hood. stop by the Admissions
Director Steve Powell interviewed regarding pres- S e (0.1) r Office and choose a time
San Francisco Chronicle (10.11) Professor
entation by James Bacchus, chair ofWorld Trade Sooin on a le led isae in cort for a one-hour group meet-
Organization's Appellate Body. Orlando Sentinel (10.12) Professor Slobogin on ing/training session in the
South Florida Sun-Sentinel (10.3) Alumni wordng ie in eleions Aen ent 1 admissions office, either
Research Scholar/Professor Joseph Little on wordtoday (Oct. 21), 5:30 p.m.,
Orlando Sentinel, Broward Metro Edition (10.12) today (Oct. 21), 5:30 p.m.,
Florida's merit-retention system for judges. ro or Slooin on allot la e ad ee 297 Holland Hall, or
(Story also ran in Orlando Sentinel.) (10.10) cutions. Tuesday (Oct. 22), 7:30
Little on potential wrongful death suit against South Florida Sun-Sentinel (10.15) Professor a.m. For information:
U.S.- goveunent fo antlirax attacs lt y South Florida Sun-Sentinel (10.15) Professor a.m. Fonformation:
U.S. govemment for anthrax attacks last year. Director ofAdmissions and
Business Journal of Jacksonville (10.3) Study on Slobogin on confusion over ballot measures. Director of Admissions and
SBusess Journal ofJacksonville (103) Study on Special Programs Lewis L.
Hutchison, Jr. (392.2087).


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Patton New Aid
Apply school'sy Wednesday for Spring Clinifnancials and Trial Practice
Ifaid coordinator. Pattonplanto ta Criminal, Civil r Junile PreplJuvenile Clni Two-smsr
hasthis pring you MUST obtai a clini applica- Sng aind Jnanciaenil Clni Regittionby
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Student Financial Spdiing 2003n pre-rlni egistration is Oct. 28- check accuracy of their appointment times with
Affairs. He previouslym Nov a Nov. 5, and appointment times are now available Regitrar Kim Thomas in Student Affairs. nd
"fihled in" as financialversity. on ISIS (ww. isis.fl.edu or from the college Ifyou are pre-registering for the first tme, your I.N. is
aid coordinator at the home page a a l ink off Student Affairs.) Planning S birth month and dar asa four-digit number (April
law school in 1999, and is essenTrial Prto using ISIS or Telegator (37- 1 = 0401)pp Enter this number, and you will get a mes-












through Friday (8:30 GATOR). Information is available on a brief tapefor ator
was its resource coun- o i i l on rn po p n or nlatoor
selor in 1999-2000. He 4in th anMedia Center tat ode
has a B.A. in General"hold" on your records, you must clear it 4. Use catalogs and directories in Student Affairs when
Arts and Science from
The Pennsylvania State Spring 2003 Pre-Registration Begins Oct. 28
University and M.S. in to pre-register. (Check "holds" prior to pre-registration planning schedule(s) to be sure you have completed pre
Mental Health Sprng 2003 pre-registration is Oct. 28- check accuracy of their appointment times with
Counseling from Nova Nov. 5, and appointment times are now available Registrar Kim Thomas in Student Affairs.
Southeastem University. on ISIS (wwwpre-regsis.ufl.edu or from the college 3. IfStyou are pre-registering for the fiworst time, your PIpedN. is
Patton's walk-in homto beforgeyo as a link off Student Affairs.) Planning your birth month and day as a four-digit number (April
hours are Monday is essential to using ISIS or Telegator (37 1 total reg040ist). Enter this number, ang 2003 required you wll get a mes-





numbersage that it has expired. Just enter a new PIN. only youThe
through Friday (8:30 GATOR). Information is available on a brief tape Students If you experience any problems during pre-
a.m.-4 p.m.), though he in the saMedia Center. willf you forget it, contact Student Affairs.
may be out of the office 1. If you have a "hold" on your records, you must clear it 4. Use catalogs and directories in Student Affairs when
Tuesday and Wednesday to pre-register. (Check "holds" prior to pre-registration planning schedule(s) to be sure you have completed pre-
mornings. on ISIS under "Registrar Information" or on Telegator.) requisites. TELEGATOR or ISIS MAY NOT CHECK. It
Former Coordinator 2. Your pre-registration appointment times are when you is especially important to check the Seminar Directory.
Trish Varnes has may pre-register. You may not register if you call Students without proper course work will be dropped.
remained half-time to before your time. However, you may call any time after 5. Fall 2002 Entering Class members are automatically
assist. your appointment time. Times are determined by total registered for Spring 2003 required classes.
number of hours earned by end of Summer 2002. The
person with most hours has the earliest time. Students If you experience any problems during pre-
with the same amount will be randomly assigned at registration, contact Thomas or Assistant Dean
intervals to avoid busy signals. Transfer students should Patrick Shannon at 392.0421.

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'Citizenship or Bondage' Thursday Explores Women's Issues E&T Priority
Registration
In conjunction with the October celebration Hamilton from Chicago. Students in the
of the 25th anniversary of the UF Center for Immediately following will be a Moot Court Estates and Trusts
Women's Studies and Gender Research, UFLaw Team oral argument about police departments' Certificate Program
students and faculty will reenact a landmark U.S. contemporary practice of posting on the Internet
receive priority registra-
Supreme Court case denying women access to names and pictures of prostitutes and their cus- tion for Estates & Trusts
equal employment opportunities. tomers. Law students Steven Klein and Scott and Elder Law Seminars.
The two-part presentation, "Citizenship or Underwood will argue the fictional case -To receive priority, meet
Bondage: Women's Work, Law and the involving a single mother arrested and with Registrar Kim
Constitution," is scheduled for 7-9 p.m., charged with prostitution in front of a Thomas in Student Affairs
Thursday (Oct. 24), University mock first DCA of the State of Sunshine. by Friday (Oct. 25).
Auditorium (main campus). It is free and This case is designed to raise questions
open to the public. about equal treatment of race, class, gender
"This will be a dramatic, realistic and sexuality.
look at the complexity of legal issues sur- Myra Bradwell The following panel discussions will be
rounding gender and women's rights, and held Friday (Oct. 25) in the Faculty
will present different feminist perspectives on law Dining Room on issues raised: Gay Adoption
and social norms," said Associate Professor 9:10-10:10 a.m.: Previous day's judges will lead Law Dinner/
Danaya Wright, also an affiliate faculty member an open discussion on attomey licensing require- Discussion
of UF's Center for Women's Studies. "This is ments and standards. Lambda Legal
going to be better than Court TV." 10:20-11:20 a.m.: Police department representatives Alliance presents dinner
Law students Lindsay Connor and Katie and a reformed prostitute will lead open discussion and discussion with
McKinley will reenact the historic Bradwell v. on police treatment of prostitution and related Center on Children and
Illinois case in period costume in front of a seven- crimes. the Law Director
member mock Supreme Court consisting of The event is sponsored by the American Bar Barbara Bennett
female judges. Scheduled so far are district court Association-Law Student Division, Justice Woodhouse on Florida
of appeals judges Martha Lott and Jacqueline Campbell Thornal Moot Court Team, and Law Adoption Law: '...unless
Griffith and circuit court judge R. Morgan Association for Women (LAW). that person is a homosex-
ual,"' Wednesday (Oct.
Florida Growth Impii cations Sui ject of Nelson Symposium 23), 6:30 p.m., Faculty
Gw ige t e s Dining Room. All are
d te t ith pr ti s welcome. Pizza served.





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FlaLaw Unlverslty of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter October 21, 2002


'Citizenship or Bondage' Thursday Explores Women's Issues E&T Priority
Registration
In conjunction with the October celebration Hamilton from Chicago. Students in the
of the 25th anniversary of the UF Center for Immediately following will be a Moot Court Estates and Trusts
Women's Studies and Gender Research, UFLaw Team oral argument about police departments' Certificate Program
students and faculty will reenact a landmark U.S. contemporary practice of posting on the Internet
receive priority registra-
Supreme Court case denying women access to names and pictures of prostitutes and their cus- tion for Estates & Trusts
equal employment opportunities. tomers. Law students Steven Klein and Scott and Elder Law Seminars.
The two-part presentation, "Citizenship or Underwood will argue the fictional case -To receive priority, meet
Bondage: Women's Work, Law and the involving a single mother arrested and with Registrar Kim
Constitution," is scheduled for 7-9 p.m., charged with prostitution in front of a Thomas in Student Affairs
Thursday (Oct. 24), University mock first DCA of the State of Sunshine. by Friday (Oct. 25).
Auditorium (main campus). It is free and This case is designed to raise questions
open to the public. about equal treatment of race, class, gender
"This will be a dramatic, realistic and sexuality.
look at the complexity of legal issues sur- Myra Bradwell The following panel discussions will be
rounding gender and women's rights, and held Friday (Oct. 25) in the Faculty
will present different feminist perspectives on law Dining Room on issues raised: Gay Adoption
and social norms," said Associate Professor 9:10-10:10 a.m.: Previous day's judges will lead Law Dinner/
Danaya Wright, also an affiliate faculty member an open discussion on attomey licensing require- Discussion
of UF's Center for Women's Studies. "This is ments and standards. Lambda Legal
going to be better than Court TV." 10:20-11:20 a.m.: Police department representatives Alliance presents dinner
Law students Lindsay Connor and Katie and a reformed prostitute will lead open discussion and discussion with
McKinley will reenact the historic Bradwell v. on police treatment of prostitution and related Center on Children and
Illinois case in period costume in front of a seven- crimes. the Law Director
member mock Supreme Court consisting of The event is sponsored by the American Bar Barbara Bennett
female judges. Scheduled so far are district court Association-Law Student Division, Justice Woodhouse on Florida
of appeals judges Martha Lott and Jacqueline Campbell Thornal Moot Court Team, and Law Adoption Law: '...unless
Griffith and circuit court judge R. Morgan Association for Women (LAW). that person is a homosex-
ual,"' Wednesday (Oct.
Florida Growth Impii cations Sui ject of Nelson Symposium 23), 6:30 p.m., Faculty
Gw ige t e s Dining Room. All are
d te t ith pr ti s welcome. Pizza served.





ii ini: Florida ad The InfSrmary willStates.
Te e)give fu shots to facultyNeli
S\poiSstaff and students 9 a.m.-e :
Cainada, Mai.and ahid G gejan; 12 p.m. TuGiven Oct. 29
ainti-terrist planing, and design strategjes; laiid Use an race an European o xperiences. The Infirmary will
FeatUred speakers IludCdJohn DeGNe, fonxier secretary of ie Florida Departnent o give flu shots to faculty,
Cci-ninrity Affairs aiid no\ mi-nint schilar emeritUs at Florida. Atlant i 1M\ersity; P staff and students 9 a.m.-

assista eneral C, S s Re Wate Mai t Disi: ad P sor S C hin on the concourse. Shots
n li esit La C are free for students who
Richard Nelson aid is \N Jane eated an no ent te help fund he anMal s\ipS S present their UF Gator
i e by he Foda a etons oi Local aid inmenta & One card, and $10 for
a Use- N o Local Nlso sa o non-students (only cash
accepted).


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FlaLaw Unlversity of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter October 21, 2002


Know you have a meet- Students Needed Thursday for A A D
ing but can't remember Opinions, Critiques
when or where? Look See complete academic and event calendars
in the events calendar Officials of the American Bar Association online at: www. law. ufl. edu.
at www.law.ufledu/ (ABA) and Association of American Law Schools October
calendar. (AALS) will visit the law school in April 2003 as
part of the ABA accreditation process and AALS 21 Yoga Class, 6-7 p.m., Bruton-Geer Cafeteria
review for conformity. A Self Study Committee IMBA Board Meeting, 6:30-8 p.m., 190B HOL
FlaLaw (in color) chaired by Environmental and Land Use Law 22 Criminal Law Association-Speaker (Practioner),
5:30-7 p.m., 292 HOL
and other law school Director/Professor Alyson Flournoy is preparing a Deans Wait Tables for Tips for American Heart
materials are available required assessment of programs and blueprint for Walk, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Cafeteria
at the "Publications" the future, with input from faculty, students, alum- 23 BLSA Ist Semester Tutorial Sessions,
link. ni and local bench and bar. Student input is being 5:20-7 p.m., 350 HOL
requested now. To participate, attend a meeting lewish Law Student Association Panel
Discussion on Religious & Legal Implications
Thursday (Oct. 24), 12:40 p.m., 297 Holland Hall. ofDMidde East, 68 p.m., Cafeteraiai
of Middle East, 6-8 pm., Cafeteria
For information: Flournoy (flournoy@law.ufl.edu). o Lambda Legal Alliance Speaker Prof.
Woodhouse on Florida's adoption law,
6-8:30 p.m., Faculty Dining Room
24 Toastmasters, 4:10 p.m., 190A HOL
JLPP Meeting, 12:40 1:40 p.m., 190A HOL
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Meditation Class, 6:30 p.m., 350 HOL
norng ra, pth er ~p i,,ing r, "Citizenship or Bondage" Case
FlaLaw is published to Re-Enactments, Panels (see page 7)
help inform and coordi- PAD Meeting, 6:30 p.m.,190A HOL
nate activities of the aw 25 Music Education Panel, 8:50 a.m.-4 p.m.,
nate activities of the law Auditorium
Auditorium
school community. 26 BarBri MPRE Review, 9-1 p.m., 296 HOL
Stan Huguenin, Director ICAM Prepares for Vienna 28 Yoga Class, 6-7 p.m., Auditorium
of Communications. The International Commercial Arbitration IMBA General Board Meeting, 6:30-8 p.m.,
Editor: Debra Amirin, Moot (ICAM) Team David Redfearn (left), 190B HOL
APR, Associate Director of Lisset Gonzalez, Faculty Advisor Professor
Communications. Thomas Hurst, Student Coach Jessica Parker, FJIL Spring Issue Available
Jennifer Piascik, S. Allister Fisher, Alero Afejuko, Aaryn The spring issue of the Journal of
Publications Coordinator. he pring ISSue o te Jo lO
Photography: Kristen Fuller and Student Coach Robert Franco International Law (FJIL) will be available Nov.
Bartlett, Photojoumalism (Faculty Advisor Professor Wayne Hanewicz 1. It includes works by three UFLaw students
Intem not shown) is already preparing for April's Julie Siefkas, Jung Yoon and Tama Koss.
Vis Moot competition in Austria, which FJIL is a legal journal devoted to issues
Remaining issues of addresses international business law and related to international, maritime, comparative
FlaLaw this term are practice. and foreign law. It selects its editorial board
Nov. 4 & 18. The team will join over 100 others from and staff from the top 10 percent of UFLaw
Submission deadline for around the world for oral arguments in Vienna, students and winners of an open writing
each is 10 a.m. the pre- and will meet arbitrators and international com- competition held each semester.
ceding Tuesday (Oct. 29 mercial law practitioners from numerous coun- FJIL also publishes an edition on the
and Nov. 12). Submit tries. This will be the fifth year UF sends a annual Legal & Policy Issues in the Americas
news toflalaw@law. team to the Vis Moot. The team has ranked Conference next held in April 2003 -
ufl.edu or the higher each time for the past few years, and which brings together practitioners, scholars
Communications Office, hopes to continue the trend. and government officials to discuss intemation-
288 HOL. (Direct news ICAM is sponsored by Steel Hector & al trade, human and labor rights and environ-
for the student newsletter, Davis' International Litigation and Arbitration mental topics.
The Docket, to John Department. Members are chosen through a For subscription information: Staff Editor
Marshall Bar writing competition and oral advocacy. Victoria A. Redd (reddva@law.ufl.edu).
Association.)


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