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Table of Contents
    Superior stats for Spring class
        Page 1
    Center for Career Services
        Page 2
    Reps from 20+ legal firms featured at February career conference
        Page 3
    Inside the Law School
        Page 4
    Water law class visits bat cave
        Page 5
    'Diversity and Beyond'
        Page 6
    New title, old role
        Page 7
    Apply for study abroad programs
        Page 8
    Calendar
        Page 8
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Universlty of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter Vol. 6 No. 13 February 10, 2003

Superior Stats for Spring Class
The Spring 2003 Entering Class has out-
standing credentials, according to Assistant Dean
for Admissions Michael Patrick.
"Class profiles for Spring 2003 and Fall
2001 (chart below) are statistical mirror images,
which is remarkable since fall classes usually
have higher profile figures," said Patrick. "This is Robert Jerry
a product of larger and more qualified applicant Named UFLaw
pools, the state of the economy, and the growing Dean
reputation of the Levin College of Law and its UF President
academic programs." Charles Young
He added the applicant pool for Fall 2003 is Mediation Symposium announced late last
running well ahead of last year, intensifying the Exceeds Ex ectations week that former
competition for available seats and likely leading University of Kansas
to even higher numbers in the future. Law School Dean
Spring 2003/Fal 2001 Entering Class Profiles Diput R Robert Jerry will join
DirtorSpring 2003/Fall 2001 Entering Class Proles D the Levin College of
Spring '03 Fall '01 ae 1 r AIs rese n Law in July as its l3th
75th Percentile UGPA 3.76 3.76 a Coihn) hi1ped n w Dean. Jerry is now the
Median UGPA 3.53 3.54 1pp its t UFLz\ in Jaimary for Floyd R. Gibson
25th Percentile UGPA 3.26 3.26 posium, "Tranifonnatiw Mediationi Fulfii Missouri Endowed
75th Percentile LSAT 161 161 f P T t Florida Professor of Law at the
Median LSAT 157 157 resarcih aid its implicatiis f@ r m Jiatioin University of Missouri-
25th Percentile LSAT 152 152 cL L- ed progr med r Columbia School of
ad tan f atie media i t Law. (Go to
APALSA Celebrates 'NewYear' complete stowwwlaw ryufl.edur
The Asian and Pacific American Lawd y R ompete sto.
Students Association (APALSA) invites you to FoiD e nsd
help celebrate the "Year of the Goat" on the law IiSo n ar IdrI 11 r mnside
school Concourse Wednesday (Feb. 12), 10 a.m.- ii* Career Development
2 p.m. The Chinese New Year celebration will al e e fatii ,, s, at Conference (3)
include cultural presentations, martial arts I U* Class Visits Bat
demonstrations, Chinese calligraphy writing and Cave (5)
complimentary food. For information: Wendy Events Honor Black
Timonera (337.9749). SALSA will hold its second general meeting History Month (6)
Timonera (. Feb. 20, noon, 190 HOL. For information: Marie History Month (6)
Apply Now for Study
SALSA Reception Thursday Marteli (marteli@verizon.net). Abroad (8)or tu
The Spanish American Law Student
Learn Resource Management Skills
Association (SALSA) invites faculty, staff and
the Spring 2003 Entering Class to its student A Leadership Resource Management
reception Thursday (Feb. 13), noon, 197 Holland Program workshop on "The Art of Developing UNIVERSITY OF
Hall (HOL). and Maintaining a Positive Attitude" will be FLORIDA
(Announcements Continue Page 2) L n C e of L
Levin College of Law
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Professionalism
Symposium
Fall 2002 entering OCI Phase Two Bidding Begins
students must attend a On Campus Interviewing (OCI) Phase Two
Professionalism Bidding ends at midnight Wednesday (Feb. 12)
Symposium Feb. 21, 9 for employers interviewing March 3-7. Contact
a.m.-noon, Holland Hall Career Services for information.
Auditorium. The event
will include a presenta- First-Year Minority Clerkship Available
tion by south Florida First-year minority students interested in a Career Services staff including Assistant Dean Kathy Urbach
(left) help students develop interviewing and other career-
attorney Kat Silverglate paid summer associate clerkship and $5,000 cash related skills through workshops and classes.
on the many "hats" an award through Baker & Hostetler's Paul White
attorney wears, a short Scholarship Program must get an application ney Larry Marrafino is now in its fourth
panel discussion and from Career Services and apply by Feb. 21. week, and can be joined by signing up in Career
breakouts on profession- Services. The class meets Thursdays, 5:30-7:30
alism issues. Patent Law Interview Program p.m., 190A HOL.
The symposium is Students interested in patent law and/or who
offered in concert with have an undergraduate or graduate degree in Get Career Information Online
the 8th Judicial Circuit engineering or a technical science can get a Get important career information online by
Bar Association, for registration form from Career Services for the signing up on the Career Services Hotline at
whom CLE credit is Loyola University Chicago School of Law's 17th www.law.ufl.edu/career/resources/hotline.
available. Annual Patent Law Interview Program July 31-
For more Aug. 2. Form and payment which must be Summer/ Fall 2003 Externships
information: Associate received before the deadline for registration to For a list of available externships, please
Dean for Students, take place are due by Feb. 21. come by Career Services and pick up the extern-
Professionalism and Last year, 155 patent law employers, 135 ship packet. Unless otherwise indicated, applica-
Community Relations schools and 900 students participated in the pro- tions are due by noon Monday, Feb. 24.
Gail Sasnett (sasnett@ gram, which enables students to interview with
law.ufl.edu or 392.0421). patent law firms and corporations and govern- Pro Bono Certificate
ment agencies with patent law departments. Students who have volunteered their legal
expertise for 35 hours or more to benefit the
Join Law Practice Management Classes underserved or underrepresented have eamed a
A Law Practice Management class Pro Bono Certificate. To be eligible for a Spring
designed to help students prepare for practice in 2003 Certificate, students must turn in their
the 'real world' led by Legal Technology hours, signed by a supervisor, to Career Services
Institute Director Andy Adkins and local attor- no later than noon March 26.

(Announcements From Page 1) "Goal Setting Techniques: Moot Court Final Four
offered Wednesday (Feb. 12). Creating a Realistic Master Moot Court's "Final Four"
XIS Trainin The program is sponsored by the Plan," (Feb. 26); is Friday, Feb. 28. There will be
LEXS Training Law College Council and Office "Empowerment: Taking a Q&A session with Justices
Lexis training for all of Student Affairs, and teaches Responsibility of Your from the 1 lth Circuit at 11 a.m.
students (1Ls-3Ls) will key resource management skills. Emotions," (March 19); and in Bailey Courtroom. Arguments
be held this week in the Participants attending three or "Stress Management: Keeping it begin promptly at noon in 190
Bruton-Geer Computer more sessions earn a certificate in Perspective," (April 2). For HOL (arrive early to reserve
Lab. (Times posted out- of completion. more information: Student your seat).
side lab.) Attendees Wednesday's workshop will Affairs Coordinator Noemar Tryouts are currently under-
receive 500 Lexis be held at noon in 290 HOL, as Castro (castro@law.ufl.edu or way. Competitors should direct
Reward Points toward will three others this semester: 392.0421). their questions to Steve Klein
free items.
free items. (Continued Page 6)


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Reps fro 20+ legal Firs Featured Up date IDs
aCurrent students
Atto s ro ore t firs are expected tmust update their
atted te ird A al Le Collee of La CarerUniversity of Florida ID
cards to new student
S at t Serato Hotel 2900 W h Stre numbers. (Spring 2003
Th t i i is free fr U students have new
Panes compsed of attomeys c tly practicin w Mcti practg atnys i ag more numbers.)
innbout spc fcds of practc lw a Iigt UF ID card staff will
SpeCifiC t \N 02002 confcnn ence,@ p n car offer the service outside

1 P C Ia the Media Center in
U ym al t and F L n u tTuesday-Thursday (Feb.
Sf n quet fn 11-1c&-3), 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
S~ C -ILIIICIICC.Students must bring their
co nctions n old ID cards and know
F i i provideb y Student Government, d of CN Co l SC0 C their social security
CoCi UFLa's Ceter for Career Seices, at Gray Harrs & Roiso A. ic numbers.



Career Talks
A Message About Military Recruiting UF Distinguished
Alumna Mary Fisher,
During our Spring On-Campus Interview (OCI) Program, lawyers from the Senior Manager, Keane
U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Navy will be conducting Federal Systems, Inc.,
interviews at the Levin College of Law. All of the branches of the U.S. military Columbia, MD, will
discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation. Such discrimination is clearly meet with students on
prohibited by the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) and the Levin career networking and
College of Law Employer Declaration of Nondiscrimination statement, which all leadership development
other on-campus interviewers are required to sign before conducting interviews at at a reception Feb. 27, 4-
the Levin College of Law. The military is being permitted to conduct interviews at 5:30 p.m., Keene Faculty
the law school because of the Solomon Amendments, which are discussed below. Center, Dauer Hall, spon-
Federal legislation has been passed which denies major sources of funding to sored by the Center for
any institution which bars the military from recruiting on campus. As a result of Women's Studies &
this legislation, commonly referred to as the Solomon Amendments, AALS has Gender Research Panel.
amended its regulations to allow its members to permit military recruiters on cam- "Artistic Reflections
pus, provided sufficient ameliorative steps are taken to express objection to their
Today: Women in the
discriminatory hiring practices. The Center for Career Services has posted signs Workforce," Feb. 27,
around the office and on the doors to the military recruiters' interview rooms that 6:30-8 p.m., J. Wayne
explain the military's discriminatory practices and AALS objections to them. Reitz Union Ballroom,
A career as a military lawyer can be a challenging, rewarding and exciting sponsored by the
one. I encourage any of you who are interested in speaking with the military Women's Leadership
recruiters to do so while they are here. However, until such time as the military Council of UF and
makes its hiring decisions solely on the basis of an individual's qualifications, it Center for Women's
will be in violation of the AALS policy. Studies & Gender
If any of you would like more information on this matter, or would like to Research.
discuss it further, please do not hesitate to contact me. For information:
Kathy Urbach, Assistant Dean for Career Services
P. Ambroso (ambrosop
@wst. ufl.edu).


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'Prisoners,
Punishment
and Profits'
Dr. Vivien Miller Levin Mabie & Levin
from the University of Professor Berta
Middlesex, England, Esperanza
will speak on Hernandez-Truyol
"Prisoners, Punishment will speak on the rela-
and Profits in the Pre- tionship of law and culture at an
Depression South: The Albany Law School comparative law
Florida State Prison at conference. Her article, "Building
Raiford as Showcase" at Desta Meghoo-Peddie (left) spoke on community rie uan tht
Raiford as Showcase" at building at the college's first staff retreat. Bridges V-Cubans Without Borders:
5 p.m., Tuesday, March Mujeres Unidas por su Historia,"
4, Keene-Flint Hall, Staff Retreat Highly Rated was published in Florid Law Hernanadez
Room 105 (on A first-ever staff retreat in January for the Review.
University Avenue, west nearly 70 law school USPS/TEAMS and full- Stephen C. O'Connell Professor
of Library West). time OPS workers garnered close to full partici- Christopher Slobogin published
Miller is author of pation and glowing remarks on evaluations. The two symposia articles: "The Poverty
Crime, Sexual Violence, full-day retreat included role-playing and educa- Exception to the Fourth
and Clemency: tional workshops and opportunities to meet and Amendment" (Florida Law Review)
Florida's Pardon Board interact with others. It featured a session on and "Public Privacy: Public Camera Slobogin
and Penal System in the team building by Bryan Garey from UF Surveillance and the Right to
Progressive Era. Human Resources; skits and "Mystery Theater" Anonymity" (Mississippi Law Journal).
For information: directed by Carol Velasques and starring Dean David H. Levin Chair in Family
Affiliate Professor of Jon Mills as "Mob Boss," and a community Law/Center on Children and the Law
Legal History Elizabeth building session with Center for the Study of Director Barbara Bennett
Dale (edale@history. Race and Race Relations (CSRRR) Associate Woodhouse will participate this
ufl. edu) or History Director Desta Meghoo-Peddie. month in a gathering in Arizona hon-
Professor Brian Ward "The committee worked very hard to make oring Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. Woodhouse
(392.0271, ext.251 or this a fun and educational event for staff, and Woodhouse clerked for O'Connor -
wardb@ufl.edu). we are indebted to the professional guidance of the first woman to serve on the U.S. Supreme
Kimberly Raymond, Assistant Director for Court in 1984. Next week, Woodhouse will
Client Services at the UF Career Resource attend a meeting of the Executive Council of the
Center," said Administrative Services Intemational Society of Family Law in Paris.
Coordinator Martina Pelley. "We focused on Cone Wagner Nugent Johnson
how individuals here combine their efforts to Hazouri & Roth Professor Juan
support the law school, much the same way a Perea presented a paper, which also
chain depends on individual links for strength will be published in the UCLA Law
and effectiveness." Review, at the Review's 50th anniver-
Retreat Committee members included Patti sary symposium about the U.S.- Perea
Williams, Laura Coates, Colleen Flanagan, Mexico border. He also delivered the
Marilyn Henderson, Debbie Kelley, Linda spring Social Justice Lecture at Santa
Kirby, Desta Meghoo-Peddie, Yolanda Clara University School of Law.
Mickle, Martina Pelley, Barbara Sieger and Professor Fletcher Baldwin has
Marie Wolfe. been named to the Board of
In The Spotlight Govemors of Witan Hall, an interna-
Information as provided byfaculty and staff tional college in Reading, England,
and searches of news media story reports. whose teaching staff are drawn from
O Publications/Professional Activities top universities around the world. Baldwin



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March CSRRR
Water Law Class Visits Bat Cave
Conference
Associate In Law Research Richard
The Center for the
Hamann led students on a "Hydrogeology The Center for the
Immersion" field trip into a bat cave last month Study of Race and Race
as part of a UFLaw Water Law class. Relations will host
"The cave has been cleaned and preserved, March 27-28 its fourth
so there is hope the bat population will rebuild annual conference -
itself as well as the natural environment around "Rhyme, Rhetoric and
them," said Hamann. "Heavy human traffic in Race: Exploring the
the caves before preservation damaged the Influence of Literature,
underground environment." Language, and Lyrics on
The class is one of many offered by the law Race Relations."
school on such topics as protection of wetlands Sessions will focus
and beaches, international trade disputes center- on legal aspects of hate
ing on environmental laws, protection of endan- speech, censorship and
gered species, disposal of hazardous waste andliterature promotng
intricacies of growth management. "emotional segregation,"
The Bat Cave is owned by Santa Fe and will include discus-
Community College and managed as the Harvey .sions on legal rights and
Sharron Bat Cave Geological Field Laboratory. Richard Hamann (left) and Water Seminar class members responsibilities and roles
(For information, go to: inst.santafe.cc.fl.us/ Nicole Kibert, Thomas Ruppert, Stephen Fernandez and of educators, legislators,
~jklein/Cave/cavea.htm.) Astrid Puentes prepare to descend into a bat cave last week litigators and parents
to demonstrate the importance of hydrogeology. related to these issues, as
Students spent an hour in the cave and got
an upclose subterranean view of the Floridian well as interdisciplinary
aquifer before returning to Gainesville to view of Gainesville) and Prairie Creek (which presentations on history
the same formations from the surface at the receives water from Newnans Lake). If the and development of
Alachua Sink in Paynes Prairie State Preserve. inflow is too great or if the sinkhole is blocked, racialized literature and
Alachua Sink receives all of the flow of Paynes Prairie becomes a lake. expressions. CLE credits
Sweetwater Branch (a creek which drains much available.
For information:
www. law ufl. edu/centers/
("Spotlight" continued) Program and two new faculty members Christine csrrr/events.shtml.
Affiliate Professor Paul Magnarella Klein and Mary Jane Angelo highlighted.
has published two book reviews Sarasota Herald Tribune: (1.30) Professor
related to intemational law and Lyrissa Lidsky quoted about Florida statute on
human rights: Blueprintsfor a House
Divided: the Constitutional Logic of
the Yugoslav Conflicts, by Robert e St. Petersburg Times: (2.2) Professor of Urban
Hayden, American Ethnologi and agna and Regional Planning Jim Nicholas quoted on
Separate and Unequal, by Amir S. Cheshin, Bill eviction laws for tenants of RV parks.
Hutman, and Avi Melamed, Journal of Florida History & The Arts: (Winter 2003)
Developing Societies. Feature on benefits of historic preservation,
co-written by CGR StaffAttomey Timothy
SMedia Mentions McLendon and CGR Director of Development
Business Wire: (1.27) Legal Technology Institute JoAnn Klein.
Director Andrew Adkins mentioned in article
Gainesville Sun: (1.30) Article on UF Trial
about study on knowledge management trends in
Team's state title. Judge Phyllis Kotey, coach,
and all team members mentioned.
Environmental Land Use Law Section Reporter:
(January) Environmental and Land Use Law



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'Diversity and Special Videos Available
Beyond' Among special videos being offered by Media
The UF Career Services in celebration of Black History Month are
Resource Center presents AffirmativeAction, Harry T Moore Secret Daughter*
nationally-recognized the History ofan George Wallace, Segregation,
Idea* Settin'the Woods on Northern Style -
scholar Dr. Tangier African-American Fire 1964
Scott on "Diversity and BLA H BIonos Bck History onth Cultures in the Ghosts of Separate but Equal
Beyond" as part of Black USA, America in Mississippi The Shackled
SHistory Mnth today 1k Ln in W Black and White. Hate and the Immigrants
History Month today Racial Profiling and Internet Simple Justice
(Feb. 10), 6 p.m., Reitz \ H C i L Law Enforcement* Hate Crime* Slavery in America
Union Grand Ballroom. hoor B k Hi\torv Moth Assault at West Images & Realities Standing Tall
Her speech is free and b 1, ~ y D R Point .Jazz The Story of Slavery
Her peech free and The Autobiography Journey to Little A Study in
open to the public. Scott ofMalcolm X* Rock, the Untold Desegregation:
has been recognized by ce l e tiisl wh 1 Beyond Hate: the Story ofMinnijean Clinton, Tennessee -
the National Criminal Fe 16 o Fo C k-ff Heart of Hatred Brown Trickey 1957
ustice Science B f f Blacks & Jews* Landmark Ten Years after
Juc cice Clarence Thomas American Trials Brown: the Court
Conference, National F 1, C. and Anita Hill: Scottsboro Boys and the Schools -
Association of Counties, BIon d Irivle al fair. Public Hearing, Mandela and De 1964
SPrnvate Pain Klerk The Triumph ofEvil
and "Solutions for i N B l The Color Line on Mississippi and the The Two Nations of
Youth" Conference in Ken h u on o rie Campus Black Vote- 1962 BlackAmerica
New York City. For Sce11 UTh Court Martial Moving North to Voices ofPower
ofJackie Robinson Chicago*
information: Emory eN First Person The Rodney King *Non-circulating
Berry (EmoryBerry@ C ic nd igt pp 1 ga Singular, John Hope Incident, Race and video; must be
.ufl.edu). i Franklin Justice in America viewed in Media
crc Freedom Never Scottsboro, an Services.
Amna Dies,the Legacy of American Tragedy

n A For complete list, check Media Services desk or
contact Assistant Brian Burns at 392.8800.

(Announcements From Page 2) Phi Alpha Delta Meets tion meetings are scheduled for:
(captnstevo@yahoo.com). Phi Alpha Delta Fletcher Thursday (Feb. 13): Comment
Reduce Stress Moot Court also is launch- Chapter meets: Q&A, 5:30-7:30 p.m., 190 HOL
The following class- ing a new website, with updated Today (Feb. 10), 7:30-9 p.m., Feb. 20: Q&A, Bluebook/
es are open to students, information and team pictures, 283 HOL Citation Session,
faculty and staff: at: www.law.ufl.edu/mootcourt. Feb. 24, 7:30-9 p.m., 283 HOL 5:30-7:30 p.m., 190 HOL
Meditation For information: Publicity (Induction Ceremony, Comments are due by 5:30
6:30-7:30 p.m. Thursdays Chair Adam Vorhis (Adam courtroom attire) p.m. March 6 in the JLPP
p.m. March 6 in the JLPP
350 Holland Hall Yoga Win One For The Gpper' 283 HOL Student Works Executive Editor
6:30-7:30 p.m. Mondays The March 31, 7-8:30 p.m., Debra R. Geiger (debmitch@
Faculty Dining Room Tournament 292 HOL ufl.edu) or Student Works Senior
(March 3, 17, 24 & 31, The UFLaw Republicans April 14, 7-8:30 p.m., 297 HOL Editor Lisa Acharekar
May 5) "Win One For The Gipper" To join a mailing list or for (acharekar@msn.com).
Auditorium Charity Golf Tournament is information: Clerk Louis Rosen
Today (Feb. 10), Feb. 17 & Tuesday (Feb. 11) at Ironwood (saxman2@hotmail.com). Hone Speaking Skills
24, April 7, 14, 21 & 28) Golfourse. Proceedsbenefit The Toastmasters Public
For information the Alzheimer's Association. JLPP Writing Meetings Speaking Club meets Thursday
Resource Counselor i For more information: Journal ofLaw and Public (Feb. 13), 292 HOL, 4:30-5:30
esource Counsel or i onegipper@yahoo.com or Policy (JLPP) writing competi- p.m
Kane (alikane@ufl.edu). 278.4GOP.



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Beyod the Law Scool: Fall ournal of
International
New Titie, Old Role Law Available
Lontie Associate Dean fr St nt The Fall 2002 issue
Sasnett ha two aditions t her title of the Florida Journal
Professionalism and Coimunity Relations oflnternational Law
and she hopes ther id nt(FJIL) is available for
toward rewards inherent in both subscribers and single
Sasnett is widely known as a cheerful, issue requests. Featured
energetic and concrned student-advocate, but are scholarly articles on
few are aware of her comitmn t to volunteer a wide range of timely
ainternational legal top-
ics, including two by
advancerment, substance-abuse rehabilitation and Associate Dean Gal h s, including two by
egal professionalis. standing comitment to serve and professonalsm UFLaw students-
Cristina Cardenas and
She is an advocate of te Guardian Ad Sasnett has worked toward the advancement Cristinat Hadas.
Litem Program, which provides court-appointed of women as past president and longtimne board Rinat Hadas.
Guardians to advocate for a ld' iterests in meber of te Natonal Assoaton enFor information,
dcontact Staff Editor
dealng with pares fster parens and govern Lawyers NAWL), and last yearjoined he board Victoria Redd
mental gof Woen fr ise Growth a local rganizanedu)

Guardians," said Sasnett. "The pro>gram neecds the county's diverses ts.
voliunteers, and it's a great way to get into court. "There's something wonderful about work-
Most cases don't last as lon as my first o g with women o beer te omun said
Sasntt's first cas was an infant removContinuined
frm her ome afer a sibling She ectjoined Leadership GainesScholarshvile,
Bab Sndrme." Th cas is till nsolved, and a mo program-,000) for









a s el n o progr airiN IN @ isecond- and third-year
the child was put into foster care and eventually community leaders to the city's inIer structure.
adopted, ending what had become a five-year "It's a good way for me to help integrate the








Nlt, alaw students and related
reponsibiit for Sasnett. aw schl witth rst e commuity srequirements



Sre a a A list of Continuing
"Beyond the sLawi PSchool" featu h U nn ha elped ea Student Scholarships
of Gainte e, nis speareadn Saf. t CFeb. 17. For in $1,000-$2,000) for
City," a child- ized oi tin East Gainesville meraeuLtiG JUfisieLUCrCC second- and third-year
where children al- h taughl abOut SafetY an Com- oolaw students and related
n01 aCCdent SOLU-CCeS c aS1 bIc g, CrO~SiI Stoeligibility requirements
sTell us a~ elboutrictp. bono/is on the Financial Aid
In lier- "spare tim" Sasnett as president of Bulletin Board.





that of others here. Contact FlaLaw EditorA N Randy p aton,

Debra Amirin (Amirin@law.ufl.edu) or fSSinAS anStdent Edcatin, ad (392.0421).
UFLaw student Deb Cupples (cupplesl@ Note: Recipients may
ellsouth.net). receive only one law school
scholarship per semester.


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Learn more about the Apply for Study Studynte onal Business aw France
Children, Culture and Abroad Programs Students interetd in partici-
Violence Conference at: patig itr progra
childconference.ichp.edu Florida law students gain
international experience and
exposure and an edge in today's ar
For information on competitive job market from
other conferences, events exchange and summer study pro-
and programs, visit the grams with renowned interna- inter
Levin College of Law tional institutions of law in The
Home page at: Netherlands, France, Germany, ms fig Ias l
www.law.ufl.edu South Africa and Costa Rica.
Applications for fall study in
The Netherlands are due by
Friday (Feb. 14), and for
summer study in South Africa, ll
France and Costa Rica by
March 1. For more information,

Coordinator Noemar Castro France, ix ni frn
* 1 M FS(castro@law.ufl. edu or M S. T i
392.0421), or go to: Fance ana
www.law.ufl.edu/, t l o
UNIVERS1TY OF FLORIDA students/abroad/.
Honoring the past, sfIaping the f r trr
FlaLaw is published each full Fall in The Netherlands the Opera aither ist I
week school is in session. Students must apply by 4 Mo

Stan Huguenin, p.m. Friday (Feb. 14), for the soc
Director of Communications UF-Leiden University Exchange n eoe on
Debra Amirin, APR, Program for 2003 Fall Semester. or e
Associate Director (Forms available in Student o
and Editor, FlaLaw Affairs.) The program is ABA-
Jennifer Piascik, approved and exclusively for
Publications Coordinator UFLaw students. Cape Town MeetingWednesday
Kristen Bartlett, Leiden University in the western For those who missed the first meeting,
Photojournalism Inter Netherlands is a respected and intemationally- there will be a second session on the Summer
Deborah Cupples, Study Program in Cape Town including how
Deborahibu Cupples oriented university. Many courses (also open to tudy Program in Cape Town including how
Contributing terDutch students) are taught in English. to pay for it Wednesday (Feb. 12), noon,
190C HOL.
Deadline: 10 a.m. Tuesday
for next week's newsletter.
E-mail news to A
flalaw@law.ufl.edu, or bring See complete academic & event calendars at: www. law. ufl. edu.
disk (PC format, text in February 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Concourse Moot Court Oral Argument
WordPerfect or Word, P Alpha Delta, 7:309 p.m., Leadership Resource Management Seminar, 5:30-7 p.m., 190C HOL
include contact information) 283 HOLa Workshop, noon, 290 HOL 14 Faculty Workshop, Ronald
S13 SALSA Student Reception, Krotoszynski, Washington & Lee
to UFLaw Communications, Yoga Class, 6:30-7:30 p.m., noon, 197 HOL University School of Law, "The
288 Holland Hall. (Submit Auditorium ILPP Meeting, 5:30-7:30 p.m., Non-Delegation Doctrine
news for student BLSA Speaker Dr. Norma Charles 190 HOL Revisited: Universal Service and
news for tudent newsletter, on Stress and Relationships," Toa 4 the Power to Tax."
The Docket, to John Marshall 6 p.m., Faculty Dining Room assters, 4:30-5:30 p.m.,EASLS, 4-4:50 p.m., 190A HOL
Bar Association.) 12 Chinese New Year Celebration,


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FlaLaw Unlversity of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter February 10, 2003



Learn more about the Apply for Study Studynte onal Business aw France
Children, Culture and Abroad Programs Students interetd in partici-
Violence Conference at: patig itr progra
childconference.ichp.edu Florida law students gain
international experience and
exposure and an edge in today's ar
For information on competitive job market from
other conferences, events exchange and summer study pro-
and programs, visit the grams with renowned interna- inter
Levin College of Law tional institutions of law in The
Home page at: Netherlands, France, Germany, ms fig Ias l
www.law.ufl.edu South Africa and Costa Rica.
Applications for fall study in
The Netherlands are due by
Friday (Feb. 14), and for
summer study in South Africa, ll
France and Costa Rica by
March 1. For more information,

Coordinator Noemar Castro France, ix ni frn
* 1 M FS(castro@law.ufl. edu or M S. T i
392.0421), or go to: Fance ana
www.law.ufl.edu/, t l o
UNIVERS1TY OF FLORIDA students/abroad/.
Honoring the past, sfIaping the f r trr
FlaLaw is published each full Fall in The Netherlands the Opera aither ist I
week school is in session. Students must apply by 4 Mo

Stan Huguenin, p.m. Friday (Feb. 14), for the soc
Director of Communications UF-Leiden University Exchange n eoe on
Debra Amirin, APR, Program for 2003 Fall Semester. or e
Associate Director (Forms available in Student o
and Editor, FlaLaw Affairs.) The program is ABA-
Jennifer Piascik, approved and exclusively for
Publications Coordinator UFLaw students. Cape Town MeetingWednesday
Kristen Bartlett, Leiden University in the western For those who missed the first meeting,
Photojournalism Inter Netherlands is a respected and intemationally- there will be a second session on the Summer
Deborah Cupples, Study Program in Cape Town including how
Deborahibu Cupples oriented university. Many courses (also open to tudy Program in Cape Town including how
Contributing terDutch students) are taught in English. to pay for it Wednesday (Feb. 12), noon,
190C HOL.
Deadline: 10 a.m. Tuesday
for next week's newsletter.
E-mail news to A
flalaw@law.ufl.edu, or bring See complete academic & event calendars at: www. law. ufl. edu.
disk (PC format, text in February 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Concourse Moot Court Oral Argument
WordPerfect or Word, P Alpha Delta, 7:309 p.m., Leadership Resource Management Seminar, 5:30-7 p.m., 190C HOL
include contact information) 283 HOLa Workshop, noon, 290 HOL 14 Faculty Workshop, Ronald
S13 SALSA Student Reception, Krotoszynski, Washington & Lee
to UFLaw Communications, Yoga Class, 6:30-7:30 p.m., noon, 197 HOL University School of Law, "The
288 Holland Hall. (Submit Auditorium ILPP Meeting, 5:30-7:30 p.m., Non-Delegation Doctrine
news for student BLSA Speaker Dr. Norma Charles 190 HOL Revisited: Universal Service and
news for tudent newsletter, on Stress and Relationships," Toa 4 the Power to Tax."
The Docket, to John Marshall 6 p.m., Faculty Dining Room assters, 4:30-5:30 p.m.,EASLS, 4-4:50 p.m., 190A HOL
Bar Association.) 12 Chinese New Year Celebration,


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