<%BANNER%>
HIDE
 Community law series to inform...
 Center for Career Services
 Construction now slated for...
 Inside the Law School
 Meghoo-Peddie puts 'One love' into...
 Dunwody lecture looks at terrorism's...
 Law calendar


UF UFLAW



Fla law newsletter of the University of Florida College of Law
ALL VOLUMES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00072281/00076
 Material Information
Title: Fla law newsletter of the University of Florida College of Law
Portion of title: Flalaw
Physical Description: Serial
Creator: Levin College of Law
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: <Gainesville FL> College of Law Communications Office 1997-
Creation Date: March 3, 2003
Frequency: weekly
completely irregular
 Subjects
Genre: periodical   ( marcgt )
serial   ( sobekcm )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol.1, no. 1 (Oct. 6, 1997)-
General Note: Weekly during the school year with a biweekly insert, numbered separately called: The Docket.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved, Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002311766
notis - ALR5129
System ID: UF00072281:00076

Table of Contents
    Community law series to inform public on common legal issues
        Page 1
    Center for Career Services
        Page 2
    Construction now slated for December
        Page 3
    Inside the Law School
        Page 4
    Meghoo-Peddie puts 'One love' into practice
        Page 5
    Dunwody lecture looks at terrorism's impact on liberty
        Page 6
    Law calendar
        Page 6
Full Text








ZFlaLaw

Universlty of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter Vol. 6 No. 16 March 3, 2003

Community Law Series To Inform Public On Common Legal Issues Inside
Register By 5 p.m.
A new Community Law Series kicking off A lawyer will introduce each topic and Today For Children's
later this month will provide information to the give an overview before opening the floor to Conference (3)
public on common legal issues. questions and discussion. Those in need of Dunwody Lecture Will
The series is sponsored by the University additional assistance will be directed to other Examine Terrorism's
of Florida Law College Council and Alachua resources in the community. Impact On Personal,
County Support Services. It begins Wednesday, Presentations Economic Liberties (6)
March 19, with a presentation on Estates, will be held at 7 p.m.
Trusts and Elder Law sponsored by the Levin in the Alachua
College of Law Estates, Trusts and Elder Law County Health
Society. Also scheduled: Department auditori-
um (224 SE 24th St.,
Family Law, March 26 um (224 SE 24th St.,
behind Food Lion on
(Sponsored by Law Association for Women) behnd Food Lon on
Hawthorne Road).
Street Law, April 2 For information,
(Sponsored by Criminal Law Association) contact Nicole C.
Kibert (392-2237
Landlord/Tenant Disputes, April 9 or nck(@ufl.edu).
(Sponsored by Real Property Group)
Graduation
Reception May 17
Tickets On Sale ForJMBA Barrister's Ball border licensing and transactions, and challenges R etion My
The John Marshall Bar Association Annual in dealing with foreign language witnesses andrauatng seors
Barrister's Ball will be Friday, March 28, 8 p.m.- documents. A buffet dinner will be served and their guests are
invited to the Spring
1 a.m., at the Sweetwater Branch Inn. Numerous following the presentation. vited to the Sprng
professors and hundreds of students attend the The event is hosted by the Asian and Pacific 2003 Grauation
black tie event each year. American Law Student Association and Reception Saturday,
Tickets $25 for JMBA members and $30 Intemational Law Society. ay 17,10:30 a.m.-
for non-JMBA members will be sold on the For information: Wendy Timonera 12:30 p.m., at the
concourse and in the JMBA Office March 17-27. (wendy23@ufl.edu or 337-9749). College of Law.
Invitations will be
(JMBA members may purchase two tickets each Invitations will be
at the discount price.) Ticket includes beverages JLPP Competition Comments Due distributed in student
and heavy hors d'oeuvres. For information: Journal ofLaw and Public Policy (JLPP) flders. R.S.V.P. by
Melissa Pallett (mpallett@ufl.edu). Writing Competition Comments are due by 5:30 Friday, May 9, to Julie
p.m. Thursday (March 6). Barnes (392-9238 or
Speaker On International Law Tuesday Board meetings will be held at noon March 6 barnes@law.ufl.edu).
Akerman Senterfitt Associate Matthew in 190A Holland Hall (HOL), and March 27 and
Wilson, a graduate of Temple University Law April 10 in 190A HOL. For information: Student
School, will speak on intemational law issues Works Executive Editor Debra R. Geiger
Tuesday (March 4), 5 p.m., Faculty Dining (debmitch@ufl.edu) or Senior Editor Lisa
Room. Topics will include international careers, Acharekar (acharekar@msn.com).
primary differences in U.S. and Japanese legal (Announcements Continue Page 2) UNIVERSITY OF
systems, international dispute resolution, cross- FLORIDA
Levin College of Law

1









FlaLaw University of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter March 3, 2003

'Prisoners, A a
Punishment
& Profits' Turn In Hours For Pro Bono Certificate
Dr. Vivien Miller Students who volunteer their legal expertise
from the University of for 35 hours or more to benefit the underserved
Middlesex, England, or underrepresented earn a Pro Bono Certificate.
will speak on To be eligible this semester, students must turn
"Prisoners, Punishment in their hours, signed by a supervisor, to Career
and Profits in the Pre- Services no later than noon March 26.
Depression South: The
Florida State Prison at Get Career Information Online
Raiford as Showcase" at You can get important job information Get important job information through the Career Services
Hotline. Sign up at www.law.ufl.edu/career/resources/hotline.
5 p.m. Tuesday (March through the Career Services Hotline. To sign up,
4), 105 Keene-Flint go to www.law.ufl.edu/career/resources/hotline area, or requests for your class year. For details
Hall. For information: and follow the simple directions. or an eAttorney password and ID, come by
Affiliate Professor If you have stopped receiving Career Career Services.
Elizabeth Dale Services "Hotlines," sign up again. E-mail
(edale@history.ufl.edu) accounts that repeatedly exceeded their quota HolocaustVictim Asset Recovery
or History Professor were deleted from the system. Visit Career Law students created a pro bono group at
Brian Ward ( Services for more information. UF two years ago to work on a worldwide
392.0271, ext.251 Holocaust Victim Asset Recovery Litigation
or wardb@ufl.edu). eAttorney.com NotJust For OCI Project. Students traveled throughout Florida to
Many firms in addition to those who come help Holocaust survivors and/or their families
to On-Campus Interviews (OCI) list jobs through file paperwork to join the class action suit and
Career Services, making the online service make claims on recovered assets. Law student
eAttorney.com a valuable job search tool even if Jason Bonin is now leading the project, and
you don't participate in OCI. Just go to needs volunteers fluent in languages other than
www.eAttorney.com, log on, then click on English to translate court documents looking for
Classes Available "Career," then "Job Bank," then "School Job additional claims. To learn more or get involved,
To Reduce Stress Search" to search by practice area, geographic e-mail Bonin atjrbonin81@hotmail.com.
The following
classes are open to (Announcements Continued) and annual Public Interest Environmental
students, faculty and Learn More About UF Environmental Conference.
staff: Applications for the ELUL certificate
Meditation and Land Use Law O ornies program for this semester are due by Friday,
An Environmental and Land Use Law
6:30-7:30 p.m. A U March 14. Forms are available in 319 HOL from
Thursdays (ELUL) meeting Tuesday (March 4), noon, in
Thursdays ide information on the Program Assistant Marla Wolfe (elulp@law.ufl.
190C HOL will provide information on the
350 Holland Hall r t edu). Also contact Wolfe for information or to be
college's diverse array of related courses, extra-
Yoa e-mailed notices of meetings and events.
Yoga curricular opportunities and resources, including a
6:30-7:30 p.m. Mondays certificate program for J.D. students. ELUL StudentsJoin Moot Court Team
Faculty Dining Room faculty can advise you on the best course of study e ein oot Court Team
The Levin College of Law Moot Court Team
Today (March 3), March to prepare for a career in the area, or on cross- n m
welcomes new members JaDawnya Butler,
17, 24 & 31, and May 5 registration opportunities at UF.
Lindsay Connor, Alyson Falik, Julia Farkas,
Auditorium Students can gain experience and make career, as
Frank Garcia, David Gay, Erin Gray, Dana
April 7, 14, 21 & 28 contacts through the law school's Conservation, n
Keane, Douglas Knox, Marie Marteli, Robin
For information: Clinic, summer extemships and study abroad in Kne, Marie il ei Ri
McKinney, Marie Privolos, Levi Lewis Ritter,
Resource Counselor Ali Costa Rica, environmental moot court competi- ae ai aeield, isen i s an
James David Satterfield, Kristen Simmons and
Kane (alikane@ufl.edu). tion, Environmental and Land Use Law Society Courtne Wa

Courtney Walsh.









FlaLaw Unlverslty of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter March 3, 2003


Silverglate (second from left) on the many roles
an attorney must play in practice today.
Associate Dean for Students,
Professionalism and Community Relations Gail Register By
Sasnett (left) coordinated the event for Fall 5 p.m. Today
2002 entering students. Also participating were For Children's
(from left) Judge Phyllis Kotey, Florida Bar Conference
Professionalism Committee Chair Ray Brady Register by 5 p.m.
from the 8th Judicial Circuit, student Cara today (March 3) for the
Muroff, Miami judge David Gersten and conference "Children,
student Lindsey Deloach. The event was offered Culture and Violence,"
in concert with the 8th Judicial Circuit Bar co-hosted by the
Association. college's Center for
Children and the Law
Construction Now Slated For December and UF's Center for
Architect David Owens (left) of Children's Literature
Tsoi/Kobus met with Legal Information Center and Culture.
(LIC) Director Betty Taylor (right), incoming The March 20-21
(July) LIC Director Kathleen Price (seated) and conference will exam-
others involved in the Levin College of Law's ine where violence
building project last week. occurs in children's
The design concept has been presented to lives (family, school,
the Board of Trustees, UF administration and juvenile justice
College of Law faculty and staff, and construc- institutions, media and
tion is now slated to begin in December 2003. other public spaces).
Updates will be published in this newsletter. It also will explore
Project details and status are available from cultural manifestations
Facilities Planning and Construction at: of violence, including
www.ufspace.ufl.edu/fpcweb/viewprj. [ portrayals of children
jsp?prj=1032. The site also links to the College and youth as predators
of Design, Construction and Planning Report & and intersections of
Concepts, aerial photos and previous work by D C e e violence with race,
architects Ponikvar and Tsoi/Kobus. Students Get Career Gudance lass, gender and
Students Get Career Guidance s
sexuality.
Students learned about a variety of career For information
paths first-hand from practicing attomeys and and/or to register, go
developed important contacts at networking online to http://child-
functions at the February Career Development conference. ichp.edu/ or
Conference (top). Organizers and UF law contact Director of
students Jordan Lee (second photo, at left), Conference Planning &
technology and operations director; Nick Special Events
Dancaescu, program director; and Chris Barbara DeVoe
Garrett, executive director; credit the event's (392-8070 or
success to sponsors like Gray Harris & devoe@law.ufl.edu).
Robinson P.A., and participation of more than
20 firms from throughout Florida. Funding also
was provided by Student Government, Board of
A Professionalism Symposium in late College Councils, Law School College Council,
February included a presentation by south and the UF law Center for Career Services.
Florida attorney and UF law graduate Kat



3









FlaLaw University of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter March 3, 2003


Faculty Workshops
The following
enrichment events have IP P reto
been scheduled at noon
Professor Thomas
in the Faculty Dining
Room. For information, e a
Roger Blair will
contact Associate Dean
for act Developmeant .1 publish Intellectual Property:
for Faculty Development
B P (pagul ve@law.e ClaEconomic and Legal Dimensions of
Bill Page (page@law.
Rights and Remedies with





March 4, Professor from Ie[t, Amanda Holloway, Lena Hinson, Sandy Tyson, Doris
Marty McMahon, Perr1n, Yolanda MickIe and Martina Pelley) has accepted a the jousal Human Rights and
ufl.edu). For an updatedlea
Cambridge University Press.



calendar of events, go to: Cotter
http/Renic. e to aw.u n N.edu/ L Aff iliate Professor Paul Magnarella
In Tax Shelters UF Law Center Association Acountant published, "Questioning the
Clara Nordstedt (third from right, with Dean's Suite coworkers, Universality of Human Rights," in
* March 4, Professor from left, Amanda Holloway, Lena Hinson, Sandy Tyson, Doris



Marty McMahonfessorerron, Yoland ce a na Pelley) has accepted a the jomnal Human Rights and s t
"My position with IFAS. Human Welss Mare. He also has been
yovin F TRy working pro bono as lead attomey in
Retroftting the Internals very rewarding and educationa, said Nordstedt. tiona status of nationa identity Magnarella





Revenu e Code to Rein N h ave worked with many people in different in ghts case involving a fNetw ork fmer
BlackMalaet, "Using a departments, and enjoyed it immensely. now will in Washington, D.C.
In Tax Shelte in ars" UF Law Center Association Accountant CGR Director of Social Pol






School Course" look forward to a new challenge." Elizabeth McCulloch spoke on
working against poverty and for
In The So hin exile in Africa. (See article on case at:
nClara Nordstedt has accepteffd a postion in tearches. ut i n
March 18, Professor ublications/rofessional Actiitieswww.pitch.com/issues/2 4-/stline.tm.)








InChesterfield Smith Professor Sciences Media Mentions
MichelleMichae W. Gordon wi arrange Stephe D eseet News: (2.22) Iing Cypen Pofessoll Professor









and moderate a half-day session on of Law/Associate Director of the Center on
"Critical Race Theory: Affairs Joseph Joyce. She concluded her 15 Christopher Slobogin will speak to









inteMovingational documentary sales and hildrenate and House membeLaw Sharon Rush quoted on









international litigation at the fal l her book, Loving Across the Color Line, and her
"My time at the I College of Law has b een Congress March adoption and rae constitu-










Lexis Nexis Section of the American Bar Gordon St. Petersburg Times: (2.23) Professor /Alumni
Cexi s IN eio Association in Brussels. He also will lecture at Research Scholar Joe Little quoted on legal
March 25, Professors severy rewarding and educaties. He has said Nordstedt. tional stations of city ouncil forcidentity cards faly
Steve Willis & Pedro "I have manusworked with many people in differen t in a Communitarian Network fose.










Certification is sched- International Business Transactions (with Folsom WUFT TV5: (2.20) Dean Jon Mils and
uledMalavet, 18, 1"Using a departments, and West. (Due to frequimmensely. It changes Environmental & Land Use Law Program
and 25. Students wh in inteverational business and trade, thents most of all -uthors CGR Director ofessor lyson Flournoy appeared on Policy
School Course" look forwarerifed receive have agreed to do a new challedition each year.) "Law Matters" to discuss th spoke Public Interest
500 "points." Environmental Conferety and local issues.













4
In The Spotlight social justice, "Light a candle AND
curse the darkness," at the Unitarian- McCulloch
Information provided byfaculty/staff and news media searches.
O Publications/Professional Activities
Chesterfield Smith Professor Media Mentions
Michael W. Gordon will arrange The Deseret News: (2.22) Irving Cypen Professor
and moderate a half-day session on of Law/Associate Director of the Center on
intemational documentary sales and Children & The Law Sharon Rush quoted on
international litigation at the fall her book, Loving Across the Color Line, and her
meeting of the Intemational Law experiences with adoption and race issues.
Section of the American Bar St. Petersburg Times: (2.23) Professor /Alumni
Association in Brussels. He also will lecture at Research Scholar Joe Little quoted on legal
Certification several European universities. He has submitted implications of city council forcing a family-
Lexis Nexis the manuscript for the sixth edition of owned bingo hall to close.
Certification is sched- International Business Transactions (with Folsom WUFT TV5: (2.20) Dean Jon Mills and
uled March 6, 7, 18, 19 and Spanogle) to West. (Due to frequent changes Environmental & Land Use Law Program
and 25. Students who in intemational business and trade, the authors Director/Professor Alyson Flournoy appeared on
become certified receive have agreed to do a new edition each year.) "Law Matters" to discuss the Public Interest
500 "points." Environmental Conference and local issues.









FlaLaw Unlverslty of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter March 3, 2003


Beyond the Law School: Conference

Meghoo-Peddfe Puts 'One Love' Into Practice nxplences on
Influences On
As ate Director of the Levin College of Race Relations
Law Center for the Study of Race and Race The Center for the
Relations (CSRRR) esa MeghooStudy of Race and Race
her e-mail with the Rastafari motto she lives by Relations (CSRRR)
Oe Love" and puts it ino practice will host March 27-28
personally and professionally. its fourth annual
"COne Love' is the key Rastafari concept that conference "Rhyme,
conference "Rhyme,
encompasses all aspects of life. Love meians truly Rhetoric and Race:
wanting tihe best for oihers which is why 1 strive Exploring the Influence
to promote equal rights andjustice for all," said of Language, Literature
of Language, Literature
Meghoo, who also is mother to eleven ten and Lyrics on Race
natural-born and her godson, whose mnother died Relations."
in an accident Dsa MhooPedd (rght) has ld CSRRR s prvHarvard Law
Mego also engaged pince i t 15 Professor Lani Guinier
e spent maagng big-name Reggae ad M hoo also untrs with the National is keynote speaker.
Afrcan artists suc a Rita Marey. anization for Children of Prisoners Sessions will focus on
made a oint of representing artit NOOPS), Take Stock in Florida SF and legal aspects of hate
whose lyris related o stice Meghoo National Coucil of Negro Women International speech, censorship and
said "That wa my mal way of promoting Projets aong thers. literature promoting
uman rights Law wa a ogc way o expand NOCOPS is a mentoring gram f "emotional segregation,"
my re dU dren whose parents are/have been incarcerated, and will include
She~ arned her iD. from UF in 1999 anid and has sparked the interest of groups i discussions on legal
began work at CSRRR in 2001 Under her direc- D.C. and rights and responsibili-
tion th center will hod it annu confence This is somehing new fr me Megh ties and roles of educa-
"Rhyme, Rhetorc an Race later thi month id. The pilot program has 17 chldren in mid- tors, legislators, litiga-
( idear at rght de school anid provides mentoring atord guidance tors and parents, as well
CSRRR ork 1 interdisciplinary pre aoition and o atept to tvel e of i as interdisciplinary pre-
o rmnt comitt a uls ti sentations on history
exprience ith theJUSIC sste to and the development of
trainin. M t f i tSF isa s e tt po dns racialized literature and
a ss fr i n c S expressions.
r en i d i p t picipe fm i h s Registration dead-
n hn in m s nce a ek. line: March 14. For
n Ie he th stay on track dUig t e information and/or to
Sat t c t a col- register, go to www. law.
St 1 n l scolarshi' Meghoo sai& Th s \al ufl.edu/centers/csrrr/
i s stat r events.shtml, or contact
Volunteering? Know Someone Who Is? cc Director of Conference
"Beyond the Law School" features UF law an Scss ill follow Planning & Special
students, staff, faculty or organizations whose Seral hundred chden ar iold in Events Barbara DeVoe
volunteer efforts benefit our community. TS ich i fnded y priate cotibt (392-8070 or devoe@
Tell us about your pro bono work and/or a laC US in a il law.ufl.edu).
that of others here. Contact FlaLaw Editor Oitin M ai W all t find WayV
Debra Amirin (Amirin@law.ufl.edu) or writer o S tat jpi lel L -01nmt tl ei of
Deb Cupples (cupplesl@bellsouth.net) with
tips or story information. (2L)



5









FlaLaw University of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter March 3, 2003


Gator TeamChild is a
great way to serve your Dunwody Lecture Looks At erorsms I act n Libery
community while get-r Lwrence O. Goin f
ting intense training in
juvenile, mental health
and disability law. Econoii Lib0 M h
Learn more at
www.law.ufl.edu/
academics/clinics /w D et (200 nd PuNl
juvenile.
he DwIwIy^ Distinlishied LeCtI.Colg in LLaw Is piresenn-

FlaLaw (in color)
and other law schooland r e onin hor EIliTo
materials are linked A
from "Publications" at rtns" at n
www.law.ufl. edu.


A CAA Environmental Law Moot Court Team

See complete academic and event calendars Competes In Nationals At Pace
The Levin College of Law Environmental
and/or add your event online at: Law Moot Court Team competed in the semifi-
Swww. law. ufl. edu. nals of the National Environmental Law Moot
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA March 20 Children's Law Court Competition at Pace University in New
Honorng the past, siapying tile flirre Conference York late last month.
3 e EASLS, 4-4:50 p.m., (to March 21)
190A Holland Hall Competing were John Kasbar, Kevin
FlaLaw is published each full (HOL) 25 Professors Steve Willis
(HOL)& Pedro Malavet Regan and Natly Torres. Team coach Tracy
week school is in session. 4 ELUL Meeting, "Using a Website in a Fullington also is training for the team, and will

Jon Mils, Dean Noon, 190C HOL Law School Course," participate next year.
Michael Friel, Associate LS Speaker Matthew Noon, FDR "We are really proud of these students,"
Michael Friel, Associiate Wilson, 5 p.m., Faculty 26 o Community Law Series aid Environmental and Land Use Law Director
Dean for Academic Affairs Dining Room (FDR) Estates, T rusts & said Environmental and Land Use Law Director
Gail Sasnett, Associate Dean Professor Marty Elder Law, 7 p.m., Alyson Flournoy. "Our Environmental Law
for Students, McMahon, "Beyond a Alachua County Health Moot Court Team also reached the semifinals in
Professionalism and GAAR: Retrofitting the Department national competition last year, so we feel this
Community Relations Internal Revenue Code Auditorium p ,
Editor: Debra A rin, APR to Rein In Tax reflects well on our program, our team and those
Editor: Debra Amirin, APR to Rein In Tax 27 LPP Board Meeting, ,,
Photography: Jennifer Shelters, Noon, FDR Noon-I p.m., who support it."
Piascik, Kristen Bartlett 6 ILPP Board Meeting, 190A HOL The team is funded by The Florida Bar
Noon-l p.m., 190A Race & Race Environmental and Land Use Law Section, the
Deadline: 10 a.m. Tuesday HOL (Comments Due) Relations Conference Tallahassee law firm of Hopping Green & Sams,
for nex week's newsletter. A p.m., March 28) the Environmental and Land Use Law Society,
I90AHOL BLSA Alumni
E-mail news toflalaw@law. Phi Alpha Delta, Reunion Weekend and student govemment.
ufl.edu, or bring disk (PC 7:30-9 p.m., (to March 30) Students from more than 60 law schools
format, text in WordPerfect 283 HOL 28 IMBA Barrister's from across the United States and Canada com-
or Word, include contact 18 Professor Michelle Ball, 8 p.m.-I a.m., pete in the annual competition at Pace Law
information) o Office of lacobs, "Critical Race Sweetwater Branch Inn School. The event tests oral and written advocacy
information) to Office of Thory: Moving From Florida Law Review
Communications, 288 Theory to Praxis," Dunwody Lecture (see skills in appellate court litigation and provides
Holland Hall. (Submit news Noon, FDR article this page) law students with first-hand experience in envi-
for student newsletter, The 19 ELULS Meeting, ronmental law. It is the largest moot court compe-
Docket, to John Marshall Bar 6 p.m., 190C HOL tition in the country held under one roof.
Association.)

6









FlaLaw University of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter March 3, 2003


Gator TeamChild is a
great way to serve your Dunwody Lecture Looks At erorsms I act n Libery
community while get-r Lwrence O. Goin f
ting intense training in
juvenile, mental health
and disability law. Econoii Lib0 M h
Learn more at
www.law.ufl.edu/
academics/clinics /w D et (200 nd PuNl
juvenile.
he DwIwIy^ Distinlishied LeCtI.Colg in LLaw Is piresenn-

FlaLaw (in color)
and other law schooland r e onin hor EIliTo
materials are linked A
from "Publications" at rtns" at n
www.law.ufl. edu.


A CAA Environmental Law Moot Court Team

See complete academic and event calendars Competes In Nationals At Pace
The Levin College of Law Environmental
and/or add your event online at: Law Moot Court Team competed in the semifi-
Swww. law. ufl. edu. nals of the National Environmental Law Moot
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA March 20 Children's Law Court Competition at Pace University in New
Honorng the past, siapying tile flirre Conference York late last month.
3 e EASLS, 4-4:50 p.m., (to March 21)
190A Holland Hall Competing were John Kasbar, Kevin
FlaLaw is published each full (HOL) 25 Professors Steve Willis
(HOL)& Pedro Malavet Regan and Natly Torres. Team coach Tracy
week school is in session. 4 ELUL Meeting, "Using a Website in a Fullington also is training for the team, and will

Jon Mils, Dean Noon, 190C HOL Law School Course," participate next year.
Michael Friel, Associate LS Speaker Matthew Noon, FDR "We are really proud of these students,"
Michael Friel, Associiate Wilson, 5 p.m., Faculty 26 o Community Law Series aid Environmental and Land Use Law Director
Dean for Academic Affairs Dining Room (FDR) Estates, T rusts & said Environmental and Land Use Law Director
Gail Sasnett, Associate Dean Professor Marty Elder Law, 7 p.m., Alyson Flournoy. "Our Environmental Law
for Students, McMahon, "Beyond a Alachua County Health Moot Court Team also reached the semifinals in
Professionalism and GAAR: Retrofitting the Department national competition last year, so we feel this
Community Relations Internal Revenue Code Auditorium p ,
Editor: Debra A rin, APR to Rein In Tax reflects well on our program, our team and those
Editor: Debra Amirin, APR to Rein In Tax 27 LPP Board Meeting, ,,
Photography: Jennifer Shelters, Noon, FDR Noon-I p.m., who support it."
Piascik, Kristen Bartlett 6 ILPP Board Meeting, 190A HOL The team is funded by The Florida Bar
Noon-l p.m., 190A Race & Race Environmental and Land Use Law Section, the
Deadline: 10 a.m. Tuesday HOL (Comments Due) Relations Conference Tallahassee law firm of Hopping Green & Sams,
for nex week's newsletter. A p.m., March 28) the Environmental and Land Use Law Society,
I90AHOL BLSA Alumni
E-mail news toflalaw@law. Phi Alpha Delta, Reunion Weekend and student govemment.
ufl.edu, or bring disk (PC 7:30-9 p.m., (to March 30) Students from more than 60 law schools
format, text in WordPerfect 283 HOL 28 IMBA Barrister's from across the United States and Canada com-
or Word, include contact 18 Professor Michelle Ball, 8 p.m.-I a.m., pete in the annual competition at Pace Law
information) o Office of lacobs, "Critical Race Sweetwater Branch Inn School. The event tests oral and written advocacy
information) to Office of Thory: Moving From Florida Law Review
Communications, 288 Theory to Praxis," Dunwody Lecture (see skills in appellate court litigation and provides
Holland Hall. (Submit news Noon, FDR article this page) law students with first-hand experience in envi-
for student newsletter, The 19 ELULS Meeting, ronmental law. It is the largest moot court compe-
Docket, to John Marshall Bar 6 p.m., 190C HOL tition in the country held under one roof.
Association.)

6