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Table of Contents
    Conference draws 200-plus
        Page 1
    Center for Career Services
        Page 2
    Shannon named to new associate dean position
        Page 3
    Apply by Wednesday for Fall clinics, trial practice
        Page 4
    Apply by Friday for coordinator position
        Page 5
    Scholarship and activities
        Page 6
    Law calendar
        Page 6
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Unlverslty of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter Vol. 6 No. 17 March 17, 2003

ABA/AALS Site
Visit March 22-26
American Bar
Association (ABA) and
oe U1Association of American
Shi ommit oft Eir al Law Schools (AALS)
aud Lan d Use Lw Se l of Tie Florida Ba representatives will be
reIulted iii a record crowd of 200-pIus in Gainesville Saturday-
including 140 paid registrants at thle Ninh Wednesday (March 22-
Annual Public Interest Coniference Feb. 27- Concerted efforis by conference Co-Chars Kell-s Sarmek and
Nn { @ @ 5 ~ N 26), to conduct a site
enter) and her Uaw sudents were key o s succss visit at the UF Levin
Dr Bro T a renowned chol College of Law. The
religion and nature, examined tle evolution of Saturday on representing Massachusetts plain- visit is part of the ABA
environmentalism, relign's relationship t the tiffs in the famous case against WR Grace and accreditation process
environment, enviromneta philosophy ad Beatrice foods and his present practice, where and AALS review for
environmental la from passage of the he employs mediation to achi jtic for conformity.
Wilderness Act in 1964 te the Johannesburg clients in similar cases.
SuImmit in 2001 at a kick-off reception at tlhe Other sessions examined Florida resourCcs,







UF ID Card?
nUF ID cards will be
Florida MS f Naral s lprocessedd a o aMarch 25-26
Paricipas Fry e outside Media Services,
a \oundthI triis Octobel. Fittinlg appro- Cemer f nr IGQ rimentin- second floor of Bruton-
iately it te C e t Geer Hall. (This may be

nyour last chance to get a
S1 @ @ 1new card here instead of
on main campus.)
Trial Team Wins First In ATLA Competition UsAmerican Bar Association (ABA) 2002 First Place
The UF Trial Team has won first place in the (both teams, two separate brackets) and 2003 First Place
ing th*m nndergrOu d a t American Triala Lawy ters Associametion (ATLA) -





American Trial Lawyers Association Competition
2001 First Place, 2002 First Place and 2003 First Place
and for the second year in a row has swept all and Semi-Finalist
spring competitions and dominated the highly "We are all proud to be part of such a
competitive southeastern region. To summarize:
successful organization," said Team President
Trial Te Bar 2001 First Place (Best
Advocate Award), 2002 First Place (Best Advocate Tony Sos. "It is not a fluke that we won these UNIVERSIY OF
Award), 2003 First Place and Semi-Finalist (Best competitions, but a matter of dedication."
Advocate Award) (Announcements Continue Page 5) Levin College of Law

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Apply Now For
Honor Committee
The Honor Register For Summer/Fall Externships enhancing your resume, gaining practical legal
Committee elects first- Students enrolling in summer or fall extern- skills and increasing your odds of finding the
and third-semester ships must retum the Externship Program right job through externships, study abroad or
representatives March Acknowledgment and Registration Form to the earning a Pro Bono Certificate. And don't forget
25. Candidates should Center for Career Services by Monday, March the value of networking or sending resumes and
e-mail a statement (100 24. Students will be given registration numbers cover letters to firms and organizations that don't
words or less) stating when they become available. visit campus.
why they would like to For assistance with these and other job
serve by noon Friday More Tojob Search Than OCI search strategies, make an appointment with a
(March 21) to On-Campus Interviewing (OCI) is easy and Career Services counselor.
HCElections@ can help you findjobs for summer and upon
yahoo.com. For informa- graduation. However, it is not for everyone, and Submit Pro Bono Hours For Certificate
tion: DeShannon most students find jobs through other sources. It Students who volunteer their legal expertise
McDonald (de_mcdonald also may depend on where you want to work, for 35 hours or more earn a Pro Bono
@yahoo.com). since participants tend to be law firms (generally Certificate. To be eligible this semester, students
larger firms in fall and medium/small in spring). must turn in their hours, signed by a supervisor,
In addition to or instead of OCI, consider to Career Services by noon March 26.

Martina Pelley Retires June 30 After 31 Years At UF Law
Coordinator for Administrative who later recommended her for the
Law Series Kicks Services Martina Pelley will bid position in the Dean's Office.
Off Wedethe law school farewell June 30, "Over the years Martina worked
ff Wedne a concluding 31 years of exemplary for the library, she was constantly
The Law College service to the College of Law and seeking better ways of doing
Council and Alachua close to 40 with the university. things," said Taylor. "She was a joy
County Support "Working with Martina over to work with and adept at dealing
Services kick off a the past year has been an extraordi- with the many unexpected chal-
Community Law Series nary pleasure, and it's hard to lenges that arose every day with a
Wednesday (March 19) imagine the law school without Marta sense of humor and purpose."
with a presentation on Martina Pelley retires this lune.
her," said Associate Dean for "Having worked closely with
Estates, Trusts and Academic Affairs Michael Friel. "She has done a Martina for more than two years, I understand that
Elder Law sponsored wonderful job, and we'll miss her very much." she is, in many ways, the heart of the law school,"
by the Estates, Trusts "I'm sad I won't be here to see the results of said Professor Michael Seigel, former associate
and Elder Law Sociey. the renovations and other changes, but pleased dean. "She is a classic 'un-sung hero,' handling
Also scheduled are that such wonderful people all of whom I will so many things so well behind the scenes that
Family Law (March 26), miss very much will be here to take care of the faculty and other staff are simply unaware of it."
Street Law (Apl 2) and law school," said Pelley. "It has been my good fortune over the years
Landlord/Tenant After she retires, Pelley's position will be to work with five deans Dick Julin, Tom
Disputes (April 9). All reconfigured and combined with other responsibil- Reed, Jeff Lewis, Rick Matasar and Jon Mills
are at 7 p.m., Alachua ities into a new position associate dean for and six associate deans, and discover they each
County Health administrative affairs now held in transitional/ were terrific in their own way," said Pelley.
Department auditorium learning mode by former Student Affairs Assistant A Gainesville native, she received her B.A.
(224 SE 24th St., behind
SS 2 S in Dean Patrick Shannon (seepage 3). (sociology) and M.A. (education) from the
Food Lion on "I'm delighted Pat was chosen, and that we University of Florida. Prior to joining the law
Hawthorne Road). For have been given time to work together to ensure a school, she worked for the UF J. Hillis Miller
information: Nicole smooth transition," said Pelley. Health Science Center in orthopedics, communi-
Kibert (392-2237 or
k e -Pelleyjoined UF law in 1971 as secretary to cation disorders and purchasing.
nck@ufl.edu). Legal Information Center Director Betty Taylor,


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FlaLaw Unlverslty of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter March 17, 2003


Children's
Shannon Named onference

Associate Dean Position Begins Thursday
The conference
Lvin rCollg o Law Iadnot all of theimthle "Children, Culture and
lo o it facilitis.Ao oter thi ,e Violence," co-hosted by
school is ex g its orgiztioal cte the college's Center for
and liow it can become more efficient an etter Children and the Law
e lty and almni and UF's Center for
T1e first significant reirganization occurred Children's Literature
ast wek, wen Dean Jon Milis announced tht and Culture, is this
Assitan Dean fr StuntAffars tick k (rght) and Associate Dean for Academic Thursday-Friday
Sha..ni.on ha. d be. n promoted into the Iew p.osiio.....', Aff..irs Michael..... amFi .ajor (March 20-21). The
sociate an f administrative ffirs efforts due tet un ay ths December conference will exam-
"Deans and ssociate deans in academic ine where violence
affair tend to remain in l hosl roles for a limiited kasociate dean, aid lo implCment lil sane openl occurs in children's
tie, s most law scools our size hae a positiol door policy and servant eadership philosopy lives (family, school,
like this,- said Milis. "A long-term administrator is used in my interaction with student in working u
juvenile justice
vital to provide contlinuty ani cavd y the institutituion- with the larger law school communily.isiuine"
institutions and other
al history. Paits expericnce, quahliicamtion and 'Servant leadership is serving those around
public spaces).
reputation imade himl the ideal choice for this you to eniable tihcm to reach thirc i o public spaces).
mportint ro." ll can rve It also will explore
The promoifon became ollcial Marcih 1 nd Ihope f stf and students see le a cultural manifestations
Shannon will a me full e rponiity for resorce to help m ovr hd tha prof violence, including
his new duties April 15, tiough hle hegan to take vent lus from achieving oux go~als is n initn portrayals of children
on many of thcm last August. Shannon wal hired as assistt dean for and youth as predators
"1 flnd it vwey fuifilling Lto help tent, and it student affirs ii 1990 by Dean Richard Matasar, and intersections of
has been frustrating for lime this schol yea that who charged hii with implementing a open door violence with race,
as 1 tried to meet the demands of botl jobis 1 policy and making the Office f Sttudnt Affairs class, gender and
could not be as available to them as 1 would lhave more accessible to students. sexuality.
liked," said Shannon. "But we have the greatest "During lie seven years 1 served as assistant For information
For information
tudents in the world, and 1 have appreciated their dean, 1 saw roughly 17,500 students in my office and/or to register, go to
understanding of my dilemma.~ as many as 125 in a single day. That repreents lttp://childconference.
Shannon will work closely with lie di ean and those who atlly signed in, and doen't includec
ichp.edu/ or contact
aisociate dkan for academic affairs i oversee.ng chats on the phone at home some at 3 a.m. -Dircor Confrce
te l hls htl d c l t i f t c corrido Director of Conference
Planning & Special
Events Barbara DeVoe
S(392-8070 or devoe@
1 c o te c ac c th l 1 o 1 lii i law. ufl.edu).








po @teliait a on k ee Certification
like Mri 1 ca se i l il Presr Ji i dr Lexis Nexis
1 r d S l o ld o te n s n d s Certification is scheduled
S e h M March 18, 19 and 25.



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Race Conference Apply ByWednesday For Fall Clinics, Trial Practice
Next Week If you plan to take Criminal, Civil or
The Center for the Mediation Clinic, Clinic Prep or Trial Practice
Study of Race and Race during Fall 2003 or Criminal Clinic or Civil
Relations (CSRRR) Clinic during Summer 2003 you MUST
will host March 27-28 obtain an application from Student Affairs and
its fourth annual return it by 5 p.m. Wednesday (March 26).
conference "Rhyme, (Informational sheets on bulletin board
Rhetoric and Race: outside Student Affairs).
Exploring the Influence
of Language, Literature Criminal Clinic (Fall or Summer) Offered in a
and Lyrics on Race variety of locations. Those selected MUST attend Institute for Dispute Resolution Associate Director
Relations." a MANDATORY meeting (date/time TBA). Alison Gerencser (left) and others in the Virgil
Relations. Hawkins Civil Clinics help students acquire practical
Harvard Law Before the start of summer/fall term, students experience while earning credit.
Professor Lani Guinier must have completed 48 credit hours, Trial
is keynote speaker. Practice or Trial Advocacy, Police Practices and dents who have taken Children's Law, Family
Sessions wil focus on Adversary Systems. (Important: Criminal Clinic Law, Evidence, Trial Practice or Trial Advocacy,
legal aspects of hate requires 30 hours in addition to class time in and Juvenile Extemships, Family Law Judicial
speech, censorshi and summer, and 20 additional hours in fall.) Extemships or Domestic Violence Extemships.
literature promoting Full Representation Civil Clinic (Fall or Pro Se Clinic Prep/Pro Se Clinic (Fall) Two-
"emotional segregation," Summer) No clinic prep requirement, but first semester sequence: Pro Se Clinic Prep in Fall
and will include three weeks of the semester (two weeks during 2003 and Pro Se Clinic in Spring 2004. Register
discussions on legal summer) are known as the "Intensive Seminar" by applying to Pro Se Clinic Prep. (Students in
rights and responsibili- and require 20 hours of class time per week. Pro Se Clinic Prep automatically proceed to Pro
ties and roles of educa- Mediation Clinic (Fall) No prerequisites. First Se Clinic.) Preference given to fifth-semester
tors, legislators, litiga- two-and-a-half weeks are an Intensive Seminar students who have taken Family Law, Evidence,
tors and parents, as well (total of 40 hours), which is scheduled around Trial Practice or Trial Advocacy, and Family Law
as interdisciplinary pre- other courses. Friday mornings must be available Judicial Clerk Externships or Domestic Violence
sentations on history for mediations conducted downtown. Extemships.
and the development of Ocala/Lake City Mediation (Fall) No prerequi- Child Welfare Clinic (Fall) Child, Parent & the
racialized literature and sites. First two-and-a-half weeks are Intensive State required before enrolling. Preference also
expressions. Seminar (total of 20 hours) that qualifies as an given to sixth-semester students who have taken
For information, go approved County Court Mediation course certi- Family Law, Advanced Topics in Family Law
to www.law.ufl.edu/ fied by the Supreme Court of Florida. This clinic Seminar or Juvenile/Family Law Extemship. For
centers/csrrr/events. is identical to Mediation Clinic (above), but times more information about this clinic, contact
shtml, or contact will be Monday, 2-3:50 p.m.; Tuesday, 9-10:50 Monique Haughton (Haughton@law.ufl.edu).
Director of Conference a.m.; and Wednesday, 8 a.m.-noon, and it is locat- Conservation Clinic (Fall) The clinic accepts a
Planning & Special ed in Ocala/Lake City. Wednesday momings must limited number of fall applicants, who must have
Events Barbara DeVoe be free to conduct mediations. completed three semesters of law school. Consult
(392-8070 or devoe@ Trial Practice (Fall) Registration by applica- with Clinic Director Tom Ankersen prior to
law.ufl. edu). tion. Priority given to fifth-semester students. applying. Preference given to students who have
Remaining slots will be filled by fourth- and enrolled, or intend to enroll, in the Environmental
sixth-semester students, in that order. and Land Use Law Certificate Program. Students
Juvenile Prep/Juvenile Clinic (Fall) Two- with Spanish and/or Portuguese language skills
semester sequence: Juvenile Clinic Prep in Fall are encouraged to apply. Students may leam more
2003 and Juvenile Clinic in Spring 2003. Register and download/submt an application online at
for the sequence by applying to Juvenile Clinic www.law.ufl.edu/cgr/clinic. Applications also
Prep. (Students automatically proceed to Juvenile available in Student Affairs (164 Holland Hall)
Clinic.) Preference given to fifth-semester stu- and Center for Govemmental Responsibility (230
Bruton-Geer Hall).



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(Announcements, Continued) Fall FinancialAid
The team now will compete in two national Renewal Reminder
competitions ATLA in New Orleans March 21, Apply now for aid for
followed by the ABA in Texas. the 2003-04 academic year.
.... By You are encouraged to
Apply By Friday For Coordinator Position apply online, since it can
Interested students must apply by Friday save processing time and
(March 21) for an Intro to Law & Ambassadors' its built-in editing format
Coordinator position available in Student Affairs. Moot Court 'Final Four' reduces errors. Go to
Duties include coordinating social events for the The Moot Court "Final Four" in late FAFSA/Renewal FAFSA
program. The successful applicant will be ener- February brought justices of the 1 lth Circuit on the Web (www.FAFSA.
getic, have strong leadership and solicitation Court to the law school. (For updated Moot ed.gov) and follow the
skills, be able to help select new ambassadors and Court information, visit their website at instructions. You can then
be on campus by Monday, Aug. 11. Previous www.law.ufl.edu/mootcourt.) check the status of your
experience as a small group advisor or ambassa- application and/or make
dor is required.
pdor is required. Branch Inn. For information: Melissa Pallett corrections online.
Applications are available in Student Affairs. (mpallett@ufl.edu). As a 2003-04 renewal
Candidates should be prepared to interview before (mpaapplicant, you will not
the end of the month. To discuss the position's For general information: JMBA President appica y o fi n
the end of the month. To discuss the position'sor receive a renewal form in
workload or for other information: Noemar Chris Hand (cjhand@ufl.edu or 380-9043) ore i in
Castro (castro@law.ufl.edu or 392-0421). JMBA (UFJMBA@hotmail.com or 377-7655).use u ee
should use your federal

LRW TeachingAssistants Needed Grads Wanted For Law Alumni Council access code or "PIN" to
The Legal Research and Writing Department Stay in touch with classmates and colleagues apply electronically. First-
time applicants using a
needs fall teaching assistants (applications avail- and represent and help improve your school er FAFSA can obtain a
able in LRW office). For information: Legal Skills by serving on the Law Alumni Council, an adviso- 200304 FreeApplcantaia
Professor & Director of Legal Research, Writing, and ry board of 200-plus alumni from each graduatingeral Student Aid in
Appellate Advocacy Henry Wihnyk (392-2198). class who assist with fund-raising, reunions, alum- for Feeud nt Aid in
ni outreach programs and student support. the Student Affairs lobby.
JMBA Events & Opportunities To join, bring your resume to Mary Griffin For inforation: Financial
The John Marshall Bar Association (JMBA) in Development & Alumm Affairs (282 HOL) and on (392-0421)
invites you to take advantage of the following: gt a cop ofthe bylaws Then attend an ntroduc-
* Free lunch and general meeting, Thursday tory meeting with Alumni Council President Ken
Johnson of Naples Friday, April 11, 2:30-3:30
(March 20), noon, Bailey Courtroom. Officers and Johnson ofNaples Friday Aril 11, 2:30-3:30
representatives will report on JMBA and its activi- A.m. Dean's Conference Room (34-A HOL).
ties, and students are encouraged to ask questions Student members are encouraged though Apply Today For
ties, and offer suggestions. Students are encoaged to can meet and not reuired to attend the counci meeting Summer Awards
question candidates runnig for JMBA offices. Saturday, April 12, 9:30 a.m., 297 HOL, and Interested students
SJ A eletions fo r fo oicer ad 22 rres.- luncheon following at 11 a.m. in the law school must apply by the end
Se f f o cafeteria. RSVP by April 4 to Griffin of today (March 17) for
tive positions will be held Tuesday, March 25, con-
tive positions will be held Tuesday, March 25, con- (griffin@law.ufl.edu or 392-9296). the Center for Latin
course. To run, sign up in the JMBA Office by noon merican Stuie
American Studies
Thursday (March 20) and attend at least one candi-
drsday (March 20) and atnd at least oe candi- Phi Delta Phi Membership Meeting Awards Competition for
date meeting Tuesday (March 18), 8 p.m., 190A
HOL or Thursday (March 20), 4 p.m, JMBA Office. Phi Delta Phi the oldest legal professional Summer Research. Send
S A Trse Bal 2 4 p. r JMB A fraternity will hold an informational meeting applications to Wanda
* JMBA Barrister's Ball tickets $25 for JMBA
JMBA Barrister's Bal tikets 5 for J A for prospective members Thursday (March 20), Carter, 319 Grinter
members and $30 for others will be sold on the
concourse and in the JMBA Office M h 172. noon, 297 HOL. Refreshments will be served. Hall (details and appli-
concourse and in the JMBA Office March 17-27.
(JMBA members may prchase o dsc t tck- Membership applications are in second-fourth cation forms available at
(JMBA members may purchase two discount tick- ,
semester students' folders today (March 17). For front desk there or
ets each.) Ticket includes beverages and heavy hors information: Phi Delta Phi Secretary Ri online at www.latam.
information: Phi Delta Phi Secretary Rick onlne at www.1atam.
d'oeuvres. The black tie optional event will be held Whipple (whipl.
Friday, March 28, 8 p.m.-1 a.m., at the Sweetwater

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Get FlaLaw via e-mail
each Friday days
before the rest of the
world sees it. E-mail In The Spotlight "Turkey-Human
amirin@law.ufl.edu O Publications & Presentations Rights," and
and ask to be added to Professor Lars Noah conducted au
the "FlaLaw pdf list." faculty seminar at UF's J. Hillis Legal Skills Professor Joseph S. Jackson gave a
Miller Health Science Center as part presentation, "Using Pending Cases To Teach
of its series on Pharmacogenomics. Appellate Advocacy," March 8 at the Rocky
FlaLaw (in color) He will publish an item related to this Noah Mountain Regional Legal Writing Conference in
and other publications subject next month in the New Albuquerque, NM.
are online. Click on England Journal of Medicine.
"Publications" from Stephen C. O'Connell Professor l Media Mentions
the college home page: Christopher Slobogin will present Orlando Sentinel: (3.2) Dean Jon Mills quoted
www.law.ufl.edu. his paper, "Legally Relevant Mental on competition in state legislature.
Illness," at the 2003 Ohio Northem Slobogin BBC: Professor Slobogin quoted on show
University Law Review Symposium conceming forcible medication of people on
March 21. death row.
Affilate Professor Paul Magnarella Florida Times-Union: (3.2) Dean Mills quoted on
contributed four articles to the which issues have been of most concern in state
Encyclopedia ofModern Asia (2002): legislature.
r "Iran-Human Rights," "Kazakhs," Magnarella


UNIVERSITYOF FLORIDA Dunwody Lecture Examines
Honoring the past, silaping the fi rtreo
See complete academic and event calendarspa On Liberty
FlaLaw is published each full
Ss l and/or add your event online at: Professor Lawrence
week school is in session.
www. law.ufl.edu. O. Gostin (right) from
Jon Mills, Dean March Phi Delta Phi Georgetown and Johns
Michael Friel, Associate Membership Meeting, Hopkins universities will
Den for Academic AffairsO m Noon, 297 HOL speak on "When Terrorism
Gail Sasnett, Associate Dean Phi Alpha Delta 25 Professors Steve Willis Threatens Health: How Far
for Students, Professonalsm o D& Pedro Malavet,
forStudents,Professionalism 7:30-9 p.m., sing a eteina are Limitations on Personal
andCommutyRelaion 283 HOL Law School Course," and Economic Liberties
Editor: Debra Amirin, APR 18 Professor Michelle Noon, FDR Justified?" at 10:30 a.m.,
Photography: Jennifer Jacobs, "Critical Race IMBA Elections, March 28, Holland Hall
Piascik, Kristen Bartlett Theory: Moving From Concourse
Theory to Praxis," Auditorium.
Theory to Praxis," 26 Community Law Series Aud m.
Deadline: 10 a.m. Tuesday Noon, FDR Family Law, 7 p.m., Gostin's recent books include Public Health
for next week's newsletter. 19 ELULS Meeting, Alachua County Health Law: Power, Duty, Restraint (2000) and Public
E-mail news to flaw@law. 6 p.m., 190C HOL Department Auditorium Health Law and Ethics: A Reader (2002).
uf.edu, orbringdisk(PC Community Law Series 27 LPP Board Meeting, The Dunwody Distinguished Lecture in Law
Estates, Trusts & Noon-l p.m., is presented by Florida Law Review and spon-
format, text in WordPerfect Elder Law, 7 p.m., 190A HOL is resented by Florida Law Review and pon-
or Word, include contact Alachua County Health Race & Race sored by Dunwody White & Landon, P.A.,
information) to Office of Department Auditorium Relations Conference Mershon Sawyer Johnston Dunwody & Cole, and
Communications, 288 20 Chldren's Law (to 28th) U.S. Sugar Corporation in honor of Elliot
Conference (to 21st)
Holland Hall. (Submit news A Lunch & General BLSA Alumni Atwood Dunwody.
o HMBA Lunch & General Reunion Weekend
for student newsletter, The Meeting, Noon, Bailey (to March 30) For information contact Editor-in-Chief Juan
Docket, to John Marshall Bar Courtroom Diaz (review4@law.ufl.edu or 392-2148).
Association.)


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FlaLaw University of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter March 17, 2003


Get FlaLaw via e-mail
each Friday days
before the rest of the
world sees it. E-mail In The Spotlight "Turkey-Human
amirin@law.ufl.edu O Publications & Presentations Rights," and
and ask to be added to Professor Lars Noah conducted au
the "FlaLaw pdf list." faculty seminar at UF's J. Hillis Legal Skills Professor Joseph S. Jackson gave a
Miller Health Science Center as part presentation, "Using Pending Cases To Teach
of its series on Pharmacogenomics. Appellate Advocacy," March 8 at the Rocky
FlaLaw (in color) He will publish an item related to this Noah Mountain Regional Legal Writing Conference in
and other publications subject next month in the New Albuquerque, NM.
are online. Click on England Journal of Medicine.
"Publications" from Stephen C. O'Connell Professor l Media Mentions
the college home page: Christopher Slobogin will present Orlando Sentinel: (3.2) Dean Jon Mills quoted
www.law.ufl.edu. his paper, "Legally Relevant Mental on competition in state legislature.
Illness," at the 2003 Ohio Northem Slobogin BBC: Professor Slobogin quoted on show
University Law Review Symposium conceming forcible medication of people on
March 21. death row.
Affilate Professor Paul Magnarella Florida Times-Union: (3.2) Dean Mills quoted on
contributed four articles to the which issues have been of most concern in state
Encyclopedia ofModern Asia (2002): legislature.
r "Iran-Human Rights," "Kazakhs," Magnarella


UNIVERSITYOF FLORIDA Dunwody Lecture Examines
Honoring the past, silaping the fi rtreo
See complete academic and event calendarspa On Liberty
FlaLaw is published each full
Ss l and/or add your event online at: Professor Lawrence
week school is in session.
www. law.ufl.edu. O. Gostin (right) from
Jon Mills, Dean March Phi Delta Phi Georgetown and Johns
Michael Friel, Associate Membership Meeting, Hopkins universities will
Den for Academic AffairsO m Noon, 297 HOL speak on "When Terrorism
Gail Sasnett, Associate Dean Phi Alpha Delta 25 Professors Steve Willis Threatens Health: How Far
for Students, Professonalsm o D& Pedro Malavet,
forStudents,Professionalism 7:30-9 p.m., sing a eteina are Limitations on Personal
andCommutyRelaion 283 HOL Law School Course," and Economic Liberties
Editor: Debra Amirin, APR 18 Professor Michelle Noon, FDR Justified?" at 10:30 a.m.,
Photography: Jennifer Jacobs, "Critical Race IMBA Elections, March 28, Holland Hall
Piascik, Kristen Bartlett Theory: Moving From Concourse
Theory to Praxis," Auditorium.
Theory to Praxis," 26 Community Law Series Aud m.
Deadline: 10 a.m. Tuesday Noon, FDR Family Law, 7 p.m., Gostin's recent books include Public Health
for next week's newsletter. 19 ELULS Meeting, Alachua County Health Law: Power, Duty, Restraint (2000) and Public
E-mail news to flaw@law. 6 p.m., 190C HOL Department Auditorium Health Law and Ethics: A Reader (2002).
uf.edu, orbringdisk(PC Community Law Series 27 LPP Board Meeting, The Dunwody Distinguished Lecture in Law
Estates, Trusts & Noon-l p.m., is presented by Florida Law Review and spon-
format, text in WordPerfect Elder Law, 7 p.m., 190A HOL is resented by Florida Law Review and pon-
or Word, include contact Alachua County Health Race & Race sored by Dunwody White & Landon, P.A.,
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