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Table of Contents
    Dean's message
        Page 1
    Center for Career Services
        Page 2
    'Children, culture and violence: Exploring myths, images and realities'
        Page 3
    Inside the Law School
        Page 4
    Organization host speakers. 'Round up' air potatoes
        Page 5
    BLSA Alumni Reunion weekend March 27-30
        Page 6
    Apply by March 1 for study abroad
        Page 7
    Harper is 'Two team winner'
        Page 8
    Calendar
        Page 8
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UnIverslty of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter Vol. 6 No. 4 o February 17, 2003

Inside
March Conferences
1 al pleased lo repi lile hlard w\ork ad dedicatio. AS 1Examine Children,
iccsilil conic1uson ol tw) lhaNC s, Wc fled fcilis, thil Culture and Violence
ijor claw~ool elffrts mitch thc q y o~W or and Race Relations
searelh fo()r a n lw 1eadl for thc staf, Iu and aluimni. Now vw Issues (3)
Levin CollcC o Law lld will 11111 tdihl proisC. Top Faculty Join
llilothl .r phias ol otur butilliiL As yollmay rad inthi FLa 4
campign.a -* m ~1W frm L F Law (4)
MI Qfa vol lave -d J, tith wc k Apply by March 1
by nlow,, ol 1 Iiity of PHorda cornlnit[11ity ffor Study Abroad (7)
President Cbai-les Yoing's atinouincement. iliat, Young loi nt this kinid ofshared
lonmer Jiniversitv o fKansas ~ School Dean colmmlitmlintl 11) thac o~n n fan mlititutuon
RQ1ert ~Jel-ry 1 ,til klean,. Jerry is, nwMissotir EiidQWc FlQyd do thaii people llere lie dedicaited to liehc bet
R. GIibsoln Professor ait lile UnJivcrsliy of, interests of thic law\ school. l e sliarc., ouir viSion
MissoiriColumhlbil School oClawN. 1Co01-~ lil te filture of, lt., ~real placc. anid 1 anii
\lori l/ in tnikw iflw 1I.cu1) pkeased he ijoningi lis.
Malny of, yoll ah.o maly, kilo\ ilhat \\ lile \N e Deani JonlMills
reccived lile bulk of our unlding, niliore lli rea Conferences
$23 million ti puiblic flid pri\a 1,lds 1r Pise know\ 1 mi deuligted thit 1 wfl ,oon Focus on Careers,
conistniction befcOre ls 1 lt il. \\e coiitinulld lo he mlov ing lo Gainic',\ilelc o sen e ais delil oC lile Eninm
Environment
raise tifld, to ellble lis lo lil lippiY fr st Le\in Cole of, 1Law\. MY\Ni fe Lsl, ,hares y Career Development
lillilchilg dolilars lid come clos~er to lile esatit efilialsml. WC le eer to make lile trlof Conference
ed $) mnilhionceded to conipIete al pliles o, amid aippr-ecile yir mly ofers oflassistance. Saturday, Feb. 22,
Sheraton Hotel.
We intenisilkled this ef-t i Septefl&br, ld apo. 1 spoke hlonlestiy w l 1 bld ,clircli Cofl~flit- For information:
l ees, pro vosts, lld presidenits thaiit 1 id pI1gs ifri $"25 lo S 100,000 fromi lo he ll dn l i l i colhe it ala insUt- conference!
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More< than S'300000 of lile contribhulins levL Thursday, Feb. 27,
1e e aelieve< 1 hflinc Mild tlial. ",iattmnltl lit UF Reitz Union.
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Roolni1 le< projeci. Nwli ililitated by hik wow, odet efxtralordillary- quality. Bla 1 atnht:/goeul.eu-l
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ftind~amic~leaue~tonam a are sud0g0d dec~iioll" thlat huiId onl tlii,, Counidatiol, lile
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A specilil nlote ollthnks, anld couauiiin 1 will be miidngti- a imumber of trips to
Cor tile stucess ol'thii project goes lo ouir luniiiil ffl Juiy 1. AMthomkh 11 ",ll f l
leadcrs and De\elopment, Director Donaid Hlale, ilo trps \ill! he short, 1 hlope 1 wlll he aible lo
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Supreme Court L
Externships
Apply by 5 p.m. CrossJoins Career Services
Monday (Feb. 24) for New Career Services Assistant Director
summer and fall extern- Mary-Ellen Cross is responsible for individual
ships at the Florida career counseling, externships,
Supreme Court. Summer judicial clerkships, the 1L Shadow
externships run May 19- Project, programming and the center
July 11 (40 hours/week, website. Cross received her B.A. and
six credits). Fall extern- M.A. (Public Administration) from Students at the annual Pro Bono Symposium earlier this month
six crets)eCetern ross discussed available placements with employers and learned
ships are semester-long James Madison University and J.D. about the benefits of volunteering.
(20 hours/week, five from UF in 2001. She comes to the law school
credits). Packets are from Clayton-Johnston P.A. in Gainesville. agencies with patent law departments.
available in the Centers "We are thrilled to have someone with Mary- Last year, 155 patent law employers, 135
for Govemmental Ellen's excellent background and experience," schools and 900 students participated.
Responsibility and said Career Services Assistant Dean Kathy
Career Services Urbach. "As one of our graduates, she is familiar Apply by Monday for Externships
(Bruton-Geer Hall). with the law school and what help students need A list of available Summer/Fall 2003
For information: CGR most. She is a great addition to our already strong externships is available in Career Services.
Staff Attorney Tim team, and will allow us to enhance our programs Unless otherwise indicated, applications are
McLendon (392-2237). and services. I know students will enjoy working due by noon Monday, Feb. 24.
with her as much as we do."
Turn in Hours for Pro Bono Certificate
Deadline Friday for Minority Clerkship Students who have volunteered their legal
Professionalism First-year minority students interested in a expertise for 35 hours or more to benefit the
Symposium paid summer associate clerkship and $5,000 cash underserved or underrepresented have eamed a
Fall 2002 entering award through Baker & Hostetler's Paul White Pro Bono Certificate. To be eligible for a Spring
students must attend a Scholarship Program must apply by Friday 2003 Certificate, students must turn in their
Professionalism (Feb. 21). (Form available in Career Services.) hours, signed by a supervisor, to Career Services
Symposium Friday no later than noon March 26.
(Feb. 21), 9 a.m.-noon, Register Now for Interview Program
Holland Auditorium. The Your registration and check payable to 'Ask the Expert'
event will include a pres- Loyola School of Law (check must be received Need help directing your job search?
entation by south Florida before deadline to register) are due by Friday Assistant Dean Urbach will offer suggestions
attomey Kat Silverglate (Feb. 21) for the Loyola University Chicago and guidance during a new Career Services
on the many "hats" an School of Law's 17th Annual Patent Law "Individual Career Development Strategy"
attomey wears, and Interview Program (July 31-Aug. 2). The pro- program Thursday (Feb. 20), 11:30 a.m., Bailey
panel and breakout gram enables students to interview with patent Courtroom. Come learn, ask questions and
discussions. It is offered law firms and corporations and government brain-storm with others.
in concert with the 8th
Judicial Circuit Bar
Association, for whom Trial Team Wins Regional, The Trial Team Final Four International Law Meeting
CLE credit is available. Final Four is Friday Competition is Friday (Feb. 21), The first International Law
For information: The UF Law Trial Team 12:30 p.m., Bailey Courtroom. Society meeting of the semester
Associate Dean for recently won first place in the In the case of State of Liberty v. is Wednesday (Feb. 19) at 5:30
Students, Profession- Regional American Bar Taylor, competitors for the state p.m. For information: ILS
alism and Community Association after defeating will be Herman Felton and Secretary Christina Bobadilla
Relations Gail Sasnett Florida State in the final round. Gregg Hutt, and for the (Candide511@aol.com).
(sasnett@law.ufl.edu or (Look for a full write-up in the Defense Benjamine Sampract (Continued Page 6)
392-0421). next FlaLaw.) and Vanessa Maiorana.


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'Children, Culture &Violence: Exploring Myths, Images & Realities'

The interdisciplinary conference "Children CSRRR Conference
Culture, and Violence," co-hosted by the Center Explores Influence
for Children and the Law and UF's Center for
Children's Literature and Culture, will be held
here March 20-21. Language & Lyrics
"Literally dozens of people collaborated to on Race Relations
make this conference happen," said Barbara The Center for the
Bennett Woodhouse, Levin Chair in Family Law Study of Race and Race
and director of the UF Law Center on Children and Relations will host March
the Law. "After our first conference in late 2001, 27-28 its fourth annual
Center for Children's Literature and Culture conference "Rhyme,
Director Jon Cech and I brain-stormed about the Rhetoric and Race:
role of culture in shaping children's environments Exploring the Influence of
- specifically violence and its effects. Our plan- Literature, Language, and
ning team then rapidly grew as other UF and Lyrics on Race Relations."
community groups joined us." Sessions will focus on
The conference is coordinated with other This image representing the 2003 Children, Culture and legal aspects of hate
community events, including a traveling art exhib- Violence Conference is Learning to Trust' by Sharon Harper. speech, censorship and lit-
it at the UF Harn Museum of Art, "The Culture of A collection by the artist is part of the "Culture of Violence" erature promoting "emo-
Violence," on exhibit until April 27. The exhibit exhi at UF Harn Art Museum. tional segregation," and
contains thematic categories ranging from politi- will include discussions on
cal to personal expressions of violence, including legal rights and responsi-
terrorist acts, hate crimes, youth violence, domes- Ntozake Shange, poet and novelist, author of the bilities and roles of educa-
tic violence and street crime. Obie Award-winning choreo-poemfor colored tors, legislators, litigators
Web experts at the Institute for Child Health girls who have considered suicide/when the rain- and parents.
Policy created the conference website and the bow is enufand many other works for adults, as There also will be
new Institute for Child and Adolescent Policy will well as such children's books as the recent, interdisciplinary presenta-
host a post conference site. The Gainesville Whitewash, which has been adapted to film and is tions on history and the
Public Library is hosting a Teen Speak Out in currently being screened on HBO. development of racialized
connection with the conference, and SHANDS Chief Justice Harry Lee Anstead (JD 63) was literature and expressions.
Healthcare is sponsoring scholarships for commu- appointed to the Florida Supreme Court in 1994. CLE credits available.
nity youth workers to attend. A native of Jacksonville, he grew up in the For information:
The conference will examine zones in chil- Brentwood housing projects, and has been a www.law.ufl.edu/centers/
dren's lives where violence occurs (family, leader in improving the courts that serve Florida's csrrr/events.shtml.
school, media and other public spaces, juvenile children and families.
justice institutions and world) and explore its cul- Registration deadline is March 3.
tural manifestations (including representations of Registration, agenda and information are online
violence and real violence, portrayals of children at: http://childconference.ichp.edu/. Cost:
and youth as violent predators, and intersections opening keynote and dinner $50; plenaries and
of violence with race, class, gender and sexuali- workshops $100 (private sector)/$75 (govern-
ty). The closing session is on violence prevention. ment). CLE Credit or Attendance Certificate
Keynote speakers include: available.
* Geoffrey Canada, president of the Rheedlen
For general questions: Director of
Centers for Children and Families in New York Conference Planning & Special Events Barbara
City, recipient of the 1995 Heinz Foundation DeVoe (392-8070 or devoe@law.ufl.edu). For
Award, and author of Fist Stick Knife Gun and Web or registration problems: Syraj Syed
Reaching Upfor Manhood: Transforming the Lives (392-5904 x249 or sys@ichp.edu).
of Boys in America.



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'Prisoners,
Punishment
and Profits'
and Profits' Nelson Chair of State
Dr. Vivien Miller and Local Government
from the University of Law, his interest in land
Middlesex, England, use will enrich our pro-
gram in state and local government law."
will speak on
"Prisoners, Punishment O Christine Klein
and Profits in the Pre- Christine Klein clerked at the U.S. District Court
Depression South: The (Colorado), then worked for the Colorado Attomey
General's Office, where she specialized in water-
Florida Sxtate Prison at rights litigation. She has taught at the universities of
Raiford as Showcase" at Colorado, Denver and Michigan State in environmen-
5 p.m. March 4, Keene- tal, land use and property law. She eamed her J.D.
Flint Hall, Room 105 from the University of Colorado and LL.M. from
lin Hall Environmental and Land Use Law Program Director Alyson Colu a.
(on University Avenue, Flournoy (third from front) welcomed new faculty Christine Columbia.
west of Library West). Klein (second) and Mary lane Angelo (fourth) with a canoe trip "The addition of Christine, with her practical
Miller is author of on nearby Lake Elizabeth. Joining them was Associate experience and publications on western water law is
Professor Danaya Wright (front), Conservation Clinic Director timely, since there is ongoing discussion about reform
Crime, Sexual Violence, Tom Ankerson (ifth) and CGR Staff Attorney Richard Hamann. of Florida's water law and the westem model is often
and Clemency: part of those discussions," said Floumoy. "Her schol-
Florida's Pardon Board Top Facultyjoin UF Law arship also addresses important issues relating to
and Penal System in the In addition to new Dean Robert Jerry and public lands, building our strength in that field."
Progressive Era. Legal Information Center Director Mary O Mary Jane Angelo
For information: Kathleen Price, both who arrive in July, UF Mary Jane Angelo focuses on environmental,
Affiliate Professor of Law will welcome in Fall 2003 Environmental water, bio-technology and administrative law. She has
Legal History Elizabeth and Land Use Law professors Michael Wolf, worked for the US. Environmental Protection
Agency and St. Johns River Water Management
Dale (edale@history. Mary Jane Angelo (arriving in Fall 2004) and District and taught as an adjunct a UF and Vermont
ufl.edu) or History Christine Klein; Associate Professor Cally Law School. She earned her B.S. in Biology, M.A. in
Professor Brian Ward Jordan and Assistant Professor Christopher Entomology and J.D. (top 5 percent) from UF.
(392.0271, ext.251 or Peterson. And George Yin will serve in Spring "Mary Jane's background covers a broad range
wardb@ufl. edu). 2004 as a visitor in the Freeland Eminent of environmental law federal toxic substances and
pesticide law, Florida water and wetlands law, and
biotechnology regulation," said Flournoy. "Her scien-

O Michael Wolf tific background and interest in problems of science
University of Richmond Law and and law lay the groundwork for interesting curricular
History Professor Michael Wolf earned and research developments."
Conferences his B.A. from Emory University, A.M. O Cally Jordon
Examine Money and Ph.D. from Harvard, and J.D. from Cally Jordan received a D.E.A. in French Civil
Laundering, IP Georgetown University Law Center. Law with honors from the University of Paris;
Anti-Money His focus is on Property, Land-Use B.C.L., LL.B. from McGill University; M.A. from
Planning, Environmental Law,
LaunderPing n n Envionmenal Law and oLaw, lf University of Toronto; and B.A. with distinction from
Launderng Environmental Law and Policy and Wolf Carlton University. Jordan has worked with a variety
Conference Local Governiment. He also has been of other countries on corporate and mancia aw mat-
of other countries on corporate and flnancial law mat-
(Feb. 26-28, Miami) visiting professor at The American University ters. Jordon has practiced in New York, Los Angeles,
Law & Technology Washington College of Law, Associate Professor at Washington D.C. and Hong Kong, and served as
Conference City University School of Law, and advisor to the Hong Kong Government Financial
research associate and teaching fellow at Harvard. He Services Bureau, Government of the United
(Feb. 28, Orlando) is a prolific and widely published author. Kingdom, Intemational Development Agency,
For information: "Michael draws on legal history extensively in American Arbitration Association and others.
Director of Conference his work on land use law; and his keen interest in the
intersection of land use and environmental law is a
great fit with our program, which emphasizes the
Events Barbara DeVoe relationship of these two fields," said Program Assistant Professor Christopher Peterson has
(392-8070 or Director Alyson Flournoy. "As the Richard E. worked as a public-interest lawyer, focusing on
devoe@law.uf. edu). ("Spotlight" continues next page)


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Conference Explores
Organizations Host Speakers, 'Round Up' Air Potatoes Conservation

ELULS 'Rounds up' Potatoes, Plans Events Dozens of national
Environmental and Land Use Law Society and state experts will
(ELULS) members (below, with Conservation focus on "Florida's Final
Clinic Director Tom Ankerson at left with his Frontiers: Saving What's
children) were among more than 1,000 volun- Left," at the Ninth
teers participating in the Fourth Annual Great Annual Public Interest
Air Potato Round Up Feb. 1. ELULS member Environmental
S Kelly Martinson won a Camelback and Quilla Conference
Trimmer-Smith won gift certificates to Nature's (Feb. 27-March 1).
Harvest at an "after party" at Morningside Jan Schlichtmann,
Nature Center. one of the country's
Bryant Speaks at ETELS Luncheon Pending ELULS events include a meeting & leading civil litigators in
The Estates, Trusts and Elder Law Society speaker (March 19, 6 p.m.); camping trip to environmental protection
(ETELS) luncheon earlier this month featured Ginnie Springs with the Criminal Law Association and product safety, will
Carla Bryant (right, answering questons from and Law College Council; meeting, speaker & give the keynote address.
the audience with ETELS faculty advisor elections (April 9, 6 p.m.); and Earth Day Sessions will exam-
Professor C. Douglas Miller, center, and Celebration in the college courtyard (April 22, ine Florida resources,
ETELS President Thomas Lacaillade and Vice 11 a.m.-1 p.m.). To help, contact Trimmer- land and development,
President Stephanie E. Sauer). Bryant spoke on Smith (qearth@ufl.edu.) water, wildlife and habi-
opening her own practice and the reality of tats and toxic tort litiga-
estate planning and probate work. tion, including cases cur-
Estates and Trusts Practice involves coun- ently under review in
seling clients about how to effectively provide the state.
The conference is
for themselves and for disposition of property The conference is
during their lifetimes or at death. The Estates sponsored by the UF
and Trusts Certificate Program is open to all law Law Environmental and
students. (Applications are available online at: Land Use Law Society
www. law. ufl.edu/academics/etpcp/.) and Center for
Governmental
Responsibility in
("Spotlight" continued) International Business Transactions. cooperation with the
consumer protection and debt. He received B.A. Stephen C. O'Connell Professor Environmental and Land
degrees in political science and philosophy and J.D. Christopher Slobogin will speak Use Law Section of The
from the University of Utah, then clerked at the U.S.
10th Circuit court of Appeals. this week on "The Structure of Florida Bar. Financial
Expertise in Criminal Trials" at a support is provided by
In The Spotlight Seton Hall Law School symposium the Jelks Family
Information as provided byfaculty and staff on "Expert Admissibility: Keeping Slobogin Foundation, UF Student
and searches of news media story reports. Gates, Goals and Promises." Government, Law
EO Publications/Professional Activities Irving Cypen Professor Sharon E. College Council and
Chesterfield Smith Professor Michael W. Rush is on sabbatical. She is speak- Hopping Green & Sams,
Gordon's fourth casebook, International Civil ing this week at the University of P.A. of Tallahassee.
Litigation (coauthored with Charles Baldwin, Utah, Utah Valley State College and To register or for
Ronald Brand and David Epstein), Brigham Young University about more information: go to
will be published in the fall by West. racial equality in schools as part of Rush http://grove.ufl.edu/~-els
This will be his 22nd volume written their Black History programs. or call CGR at 392-2237.
or co-authored for West. Others Professor Dieter Birk from Munster University
include Law ofNAFTA, is teaching in the college's European Taxation
Comparative Legal Traditions and Gordon course for the next two weeks.



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(Announcements From Page 2)

Moot Court Final Four
Moot Court's "Final Four" is Friday, Feb. 28.eekend March 27-30
There will be a Q&A session with justices from
the 1 lth Circuit at 11 a.m. in Bailey Courtroom.k L StI
Arguments begin at noon in the auditorium (arrive 200, "H
early to reserve a seat). r 7 ')
Visit the Moot Court website (www. law.ufl.
edu/mootcourt) for updated information and team ie a Ca
pictures, or contact Publicity Chair Adam Vorhis P
(vorhis@ufl.edu or 871-2060).e rec o

Phi Alpha Delta Meets te P : N
The Phi Alpha Delta Fletcher Chapter meets: N
Feb. 24, 7:30-9 p.m., 283 HOLCLE Sn pi
(Induction Ceremony, wear courtroom attire) epoern
Submit News to
March 17, 7:30-9 p.m., 283 HOL
Docket Editors March 31, 7-8:30 p.m., 292 HOL Pr
The Docket is a *April 14, 7-8:30 p.m., 297 HOL
forum for law student
rum fr law student To join a mailing list or for information: Clerk Mnt b L
articles, opinions and Louis Rosen (saxman2@hotmail.com). An
commentary. EditorsI hd
Stephanie Mickel o btain U1 ek-
(standing) and Kristen h1 "h f n p
Simmons urge you to c t t
submit news for the stu- fI of BL
dent-produced newsletter. A b ni in nron A ini HN il
Deadline: Noon f.atI th l4t h Annu Virgil k
Mondays for A\ as a K Sp r ill be
following week's, -m H kawltis
newsletter. Chapr of e Na al Bar ssncia
Submissions must be Law School Democrats Schedule
Word compatible, less Law School Democrats will meet outside the RW Co-Chair
than 500 words, and e- 5nLaw College Council office at 7 p.m. on Tuesday,.
mailed tojmbadocket@ Feb. 25, March 18, and April 1 (club elections) &
yahoo.com. Include con-
15 (social event).
tact information and For information: LSD Secretary Heather April 10, noon, 190A HOL
author's name anony- Brown (hanachan@ufl.edu or 846-5884). March 6, Writing Competition
mous submissions are Comments due by 5:30 p.m.
accepted only upon JLPP Meetings Set For information: Student Works Executive
approval of co- A Journal ofLaw and Public Policy (JLPP) Editor Debra R. Geiger (debmitch@ufl.edu) or
editors. JMBA reserves writing competition meeting is Thursday (Feb. 20), Student Works Senior Editor Lisa Acharekar
the right to edit all news. 5:30-7:30 p.m., 190 HOL, and will include a Q&A (acharekar@msn.com).
and Bluebook/Citation Session.
General Board Meetings will be held: Hone Speaking Skills
Thursday (Feb. 20), noon, 190A HOL The Toastmasters Public Speaking Club meets
March 6, noon, 190A HOL Thursdays (Feb. 20 & 27), 292 HOL, 5-6 p.m.
March 27, noon, 190A HOL Observers welcome.




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Apply By March 1 for Study Abroad FaM1 journals
Available
Florida la tdt gain intrnatna pandurHorizonsinape Townune2u University of Florida
experience and exposure and an edge in today's Participation in UF's Journal of Law and
Journal of aw ana
competitive job aet t excange and StAfria Stu Abroad Public Policy. Includes
Sulmmerstludy programs witlh renowned interna- programn increased 70 per- "Reflections on Racism
"Reflections on Racism
tional institutions of law. Applcations for sum- cent last year, and drew par- and World Order" by
and World Order" by
er y i France Costa Rica and Sth tiipa fro laProfessor Winston
Africa are due Marh 1. For iformation, natinwide. South Africa isNagan; "Economic
contact Student Affairs Coordinator Noemnar a leading political and eco- Nagan; "Economic
Casro (du or 392-0421) visit nomic force wNith nunerous p its f Justice and Theory:
the Web awt: ww1awtledu/studets/abroad/. buiness, trade and cultural exchanges. Limiting the Reach of
Desta Meghoo-Peddie, Associate Director Neoclassical Ideology"
Su erin theSouth ofanceune 30-Au. of UFs Centerfor the Stud of Race and Rac by former UF Law
The Su Std Program at the Reation SR ), participtd in nitari- Professor Charles R.P.
University of Montpellier, France, provides stu- an effort during the 2002 program. Pouncy; and foreword
dentsith an standing o unity tO stuy joinean entourae to A i Gana wi by Associate Director for
nd lve i a beautiful cty and regio ie e NG Rita Mar Fondation, Mgoo the Center for the Study
south of France and learn at France's oldest 1aw '"More tlian 500 babies were immunized, and of Race and Race
of Race and Race
college. The program 2,000 villagers received diabetes and blood
SRelations Desta
ftcuses on business and pressur checlks. Our role was to enure a level Relations Desta
trade I~w in a gobhal eni- of respec and nderstanding 11 fr a- Meghoo-Peddie.
ronrnent and exposes Stu- tions and life y Journal of Technology
dents to a different culture,Technology
d df!Law & Policy. Features
according to Proratm Environmental Lawin Costa Rica )une 6-Jly2$ a8rtice on t entel
@articles on timely intel-
Dirctor/ Professor George UF's Center for Government Responsibility l oty l
D on. coordinates tie Summerlectual property law
"U.S. students hav Progranm in Costa Rica. The six-week program and technology issues,
th opportunity o what Europeans think offers course in international an comparative and includes a tribute to
'nfiltered, sd Da on. t environment law and essay by Professor/
od for o studnts to lrn hw to interat Last year, std orked witi lawers and Legal Information
with pople on thir turf." government officials fron around the U.S., Director Grace
Fid trip st ar iId t S f te Cari an and tin rica n fie pr t "Betty" W. Taylor on
technology advance-
S p n pr e i t t ments at the Levin

e-mail adresse. College of Law.
France was bU said Sara patd in a t -da Florida Journal of
Pananiida a 2L-particpant. 1 like tieir w of raing tip on o fthe International Law.
Sor e a do Includes articles by UF
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BuSines LN (Pr r Pierre M ron l s n on T O 3 The pro- Staff Editor Victoria
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Ifyou missed the first meeting..... Frinfnation, conn lawufl.edu).
There will be a second informational meet- Director Tm nkern
ing on the Summer Law Program in France or CGR StffAtrny Rhard ania
Wednesday (Feb. 19), noon, 190C HOL. nf
Information will be provided on what to expect,
travel, payment methods and more.


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FlaLaw Unlversity of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter February 17, 2003


Need help contacting
the appropriate Levin
College of Law office rper is Two Tam WiTnner'
or department? See Brady Harper (3L) is among the few tracts in myjob.
listings at students to win top honors in both Mot COrt Studying law lp
www.law.ufl.edu/ and Trial Tem competiions. He recent1y helped people deal wi
information/ Moo Court win it fir ntional chapionhip bureauracy
contact.shtml. in rough1y a decade and rned Bet A ocate Harper is a mem-
in the Chester Bedell Florida Bar Trial ber of the West Palm j
Competition. Beach Rotary Club l nm Vfr Hawkins),
FlaLaw (in color) But he is modest about his s and and serves on te s a winner on Trial and Moot
and other law school atributes the wis to true team efforts. Board of Paim Beach court Icams.
materials are available These victories are not one person' to Alantic College,
claim," Harper said. "It's mostly about team Rinker School of Business, Lifework Planning
at "Publications" link.






hnrHo fro oorrhie Clege: a private, asa- Hn is ng externin in Federal JfUtr





FlaLaw is published each full
week school is in session.s o a


Stan Huguenin,
Director of Commuictionsee M He iate
Debra AmiL. aksn.in, APR, a ha a
Associate Director

and Editor, FlaLaw
Publications Coordinator See complete academic & event calendars at: www. la aw. Hafl. edu.
Kristen Ba M rtlett February Courtroom. Motions: 10:30 a.m.; Competition, Noon, Auditorium

Photojournalism Intern Trial: 12:30 p.m. BLSA Black History Month
Debor ah Cupples, 19 t BLSA Blood Drive/Health Fair, Faculty Workshop, Deborah Celebration Concludes with
ContributingSan Francisco. laW. Itter definit ben or it






aLaw is published ach10 a.m.-2 p.m., Concourse Malamud, University of Michigan Comedy & Game Night
20 Moot Court Off-Brief Day, Law School Faculty Workshopt errold Israel,
Deadline: 10 a.m. Tuesday 5-10 p.m., 190C HOL 22 Career Development Conference, "Factors Promoting Similari.y In

for next week's newsletter. ILPP Board Meeting, Sheraton Hotel the Laws of the 50 States: The
D ebra Amirin, A law@lawnoon- p.m., 190A HOL 24 i Phi Alpha Delta, 7:30t9 p.m, Experience in the Field of
andlaaw283 HOL Criminal Procedure Is i
Jennife r PiascikToastmasters, 5-6 p.m., 22 HOL





ufl.edu, or bring disk (PC 21 Professionalism Symposium for 25 Professor Kenneth Nunn, "How to Unusual?"
format, text in WordPerfect second semester students and 8th Write a Successful axam," 5:15 March
or Word, include contact ludicial Circuit Bar, 9 a.m.-Noon, p.m., 190B HOL
information) to UF Law Auditorium 27 r Moot Court Final Four Reception I Deadline to Apply for Summer
Communications, 288 Moot Court Off-Brief Day 2, ELULS Conference (Until March ) Aboad Programs in France, South
5-10 p.m., Baile90 Courtroom 28 Moot Court Final Four Luncheon,
E-mH olland Hall. (Submit news Trial Team Final Four 2 p.m., Bruton-Geer Cafeteria 17 Phi Alpha Dela, 7:309 p.m.,
or Word, include contact Judicial Circuit Bar, 9 a.m.-Noon, p.m., 1901 HOL




for student newsletter, The Competition, 10:30 a.m., Bailey Moot Court Final Four 283 HOL
Docket, to John Marshall Bar 20 Children's Law Conference
Association.)


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FlaLaw Unlversity of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter February 17, 2003


Need help contacting
the appropriate Levin
College of Law office rper is Two Tam WiTnner'
or department? See Brady Harper (3L) is among the few tracts in myjob.
listings at students to win top honors in both Mot COrt Studying law lp
www.law.ufl.edu/ and Trial Tem competiions. He recent1y helped people deal wi
information/ Moo Court win it fir ntional chapionhip bureauracy
contact.shtml. in rough1y a decade and rned Bet A ocate Harper is a mem-
in the Chester Bedell Florida Bar Trial ber of the West Palm j
Competition. Beach Rotary Club l nm Vfr Hawkins),
FlaLaw (in color) But he is modest about his s and and serves on te s a winner on Trial and Moot
and other law school atributes the wis to true team efforts. Board of Paim Beach court Icams.
materials are available These victories are not one person' to Alantic College,
claim," Harper said. "It's mostly about team Rinker School of Business, Lifework Planning
at "Publications" link.






hnrHo fro oorrhie Clege: a private, asa- Hn is ng externin in Federal JfUtr





FlaLaw is published each full
week school is in session.s o a


Stan Huguenin,
Director of Commuictionsee M He iate
Debra AmiL. aksn.in, APR, a ha a
Associate Director

and Editor, FlaLaw
Publications Coordinator See complete academic & event calendars at: www. la aw. Hafl. edu.
Kristen Ba M rtlett February Courtroom. Motions: 10:30 a.m.; Competition, Noon, Auditorium

Photojournalism Intern Trial: 12:30 p.m. BLSA Black History Month
Debor ah Cupples, 19 t BLSA Blood Drive/Health Fair, Faculty Workshop, Deborah Celebration Concludes with
ContributingSan Francisco. laW. Itter definit ben or it






aLaw is published ach10 a.m.-2 p.m., Concourse Malamud, University of Michigan Comedy & Game Night
20 Moot Court Off-Brief Day, Law School Faculty Workshopt errold Israel,
Deadline: 10 a.m. Tuesday 5-10 p.m., 190C HOL 22 Career Development Conference, "Factors Promoting Similari.y In

for next week's newsletter. ILPP Board Meeting, Sheraton Hotel the Laws of the 50 States: The
D ebra Amirin, A law@lawnoon- p.m., 190A HOL 24 i Phi Alpha Delta, 7:30t9 p.m, Experience in the Field of
andlaaw283 HOL Criminal Procedure Is i
Jennife r PiascikToastmasters, 5-6 p.m., 22 HOL





ufl.edu, or bring disk (PC 21 Professionalism Symposium for 25 Professor Kenneth Nunn, "How to Unusual?"
format, text in WordPerfect second semester students and 8th Write a Successful axam," 5:15 March
or Word, include contact ludicial Circuit Bar, 9 a.m.-Noon, p.m., 190B HOL
information) to UF Law Auditorium 27 r Moot Court Final Four Reception I Deadline to Apply for Summer
Communications, 288 Moot Court Off-Brief Day 2, ELULS Conference (Until March ) Aboad Programs in France, South
5-10 p.m., Baile90 Courtroom 28 Moot Court Final Four Luncheon,
E-mH olland Hall. (Submit news Trial Team Final Four 2 p.m., Bruton-Geer Cafeteria 17 Phi Alpha Dela, 7:309 p.m.,
or Word, include contact Judicial Circuit Bar, 9 a.m.-Noon, p.m., 1901 HOL




for student newsletter, The Competition, 10:30 a.m., Bailey Moot Court Final Four 283 HOL
Docket, to John Marshall Bar 20 Children's Law Conference
Association.)


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