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Fla law newsletter of the University of Florida College of Law
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Table of Contents
    Dean's message
        Page 1
    Career services
        Page 2
    Meet the Faculty
        Page 3
    FJIL writing competition
        Page 4
    Construction update
        Page 5
    New UF Law child welfare clinic
        Page 6
    Scholarship and activities
        Page 7
    Get your news in UF Law publications, boards, web
        Page 8
    College calendar
        Page 8
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SDEAN'S MESSAGE Inside
'Meet the Masters,'
Welcome to entering Fall 2005 Semester, this effort Nelson Symposiums
students and new faculty and to will add new classrooms and This Fall (page 3)
those returning to the College of renovate or replace existing Position Strengthens
Law, who I'm sure are finding ones, and significantly expand Diversity Programs (4)
many things are different since the Legal Information Center, Construction: 3D
'Fly Through' Online,
they were last here. This is a moving it into the nation's top Updates (5)
time of great change and transi- 20 academic law libraries inLudwick Named
tion at the law school, and the terms of space. Coordination of Student Affairs
plywood, hard hats and bulldoz- this major effort rests in the Assistant Dean (6)
ers represent only one aspect of ..i capable hands of Associate Student Wins Bar
the alterations taking place. an a.u. a. ft Dean for Administrative Affairs Essay Contest (6)
As we carry out plans for in rio s Patrick Shannon, and he will New Faculty
updating and expanding facili- keep you updated on how con- Welcomed (7)
ties, we are following another struction may impact our work
blueprint of even greater impor- and study. (See "Construction,"
tance. The college's strategic page 5.)
plan for bringing this school into awos ct. This is an exciting time to L
the nation's top 10 calls for an a- be part of the Levin College of
institution transformed physi- Law, and as we progress
cally, academically and adminis- toward our goals there will be
tratively while honoring our past and carefully many benefits along the way. I encourage all stu-
retaining the best of our long-standing traditions, dents to take full advantage of the mentoring and
policies and procedures. academic excellence of our accomplished faculty
Thanks to the hard work and talent of our and comprehensive academic program, which is Handbook Online
The 2003-04 Levin
faculty and leadership of Dean Emeritus Jon enriched by unique opportunities to focus on and College of Law
Mills, the Fredric G. Levin College of Law has gain experience in targeted areas through certifi- Handbook & Student
attained a level of quality many other law schools cate, joint and advanced degree programs, centers Honor System has been
envy. We have an exceptional faculty and student and institutes, and international study. distributed to entering
body, are ranked among the nation's most selec- Again, welcome to each of you. Please con- students and faculty/
staff. Returning students
tive law schools, and have earned a global reputa- tact me with your concerns or suggestions for and others can obtain a
tion for excellence and innovation. improving this already great institution. copy from the Office of
UF law alumni speak of their alma mater Student Affairs, or online
ROBERT H. JERRY, II
with affection and pride, and their support is help- DEAN, & LEVIN, MABIE AND LEVIN PROFESSOR at www.law.ufl.edul
ing us improve in significant ways, including the publications. The book
includes the academic
construction you see taking place around you. By calnd, coe desi
calendar, course descrip-
tions, Student Honor
Announcements System and information
on programs, policies,
IP Reception Sept. 4 The reception is sponsored by Holland & Knight, procedures and faculty.
The Intellectual Property Law Program will and will include presentations by Todd Larson of
host a "Beginning of the Year" reception the World Intellectual Property Organization
Thursday, Sept. 4, 5-7 p.m., in the Bruton-Geer (WIPO) and IP Program Director Thomas Cotter. FLORIDA
Hall cafeteria for students interested in the field. Refreshments will be served.
(Announcements Continue Page 4) Pr-e c. . alget a

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SCAREER SERVICES *
Mandatory Orientation for OCI
Students wishing to participate in OCI
(On-Campus Interviewing) must attend one of the
following eAttorney orientation sessions in the
Bailey Courtroom:
Parking Decals Today (Aug. 18), 5-6 p.m.
On Sale, Tuesday (Aug. 19), 3-4 p.m.
Information Wednesday (Aug. 20), 11 a.m.-noon
I Thursday (Aug. 21), 11 a.m.-noon
* Parking decals will be Friday (Aug. 22), 9-10 a.m.
sold outside the Dean's
Office (264 Holland Hall) Workshops Inform, Sharpen Skills
9 a.m.-4 p.m. Resume Writing Workshop, Thursday (Aug. 21), noon, ir icd osi anD
Wednesday and Bailey Courtroom
Thursday (Aug. 20 & Judicial Clerkship Program, Friday (Aug. 22), noon,
21). Please know your Bailey Courtroom s, d f L raCn
license plate and UF ID Walk-In Resume Review, Aug. 25, noon-4 p.m.,
numbers. For informa- Career Services
tion: Sandy Tso U.S. Department of Justice, Aug. 25, 5:15 p.m.,
:(392-9238). Faculty Dining Room
(392 The Art of Networking, Aug. 29, noon, Bailey Courtroom Aug. 25, Faculty Dining Room. Director of the
SCommuter lot parking Interviewing Techniques with Carlton Fields, Sept. 3, Executive Office for U.S. Trustees Lawrence A.
restrictions are lifted noon, Bailey Courtroom Friedman will discuss critical issues and chal-
until Sept. 2. What the Heck Does Career Services Do? Sept. 12, noon,
* Students, faculty andCourtroom
" Students, faculty and Bailey Courtroom lenges facing the Department of Justice
staff may apply for Second Career Workshop, Sept. 16, noon, Bailey and career opportunities for new lawyers
reserved car pool park- Courtroom and interns. Friedman directs the
in if they meet certain Spring 2003 Externship Informational Meeting, noon National Civil Enforcement Initiative,
requirements (two or Friedman which investigates fraud and abuse in the
more out-of-county, Keep up with Career Services events by bankruptcy system. He previously was a partner in
three or more in- checking FlaLaw and/or the online events calen- the Southfield law firm of Friedman & Kohut
county). Students dar (www.law.ufl.edu/calendar/). P.C., where he practiced in consumer and com-
should contact the
Office of Student Affairs, Subscribe to Career Listserve mercial bankruptcy, insolvency, bankruptcy
facultylstaff should Get breaking news on deadlines, programs, trustees' rights, commercial and bankruptcy litiga-
contact Parking on job listings and more via the "Career Listserve," tion, and real estate law. He is former president of
main campus. Career Services' e-mail distribution list. To sub- the National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees.
* Eligible faculty and staff
may purchase Official scribe, go online to www.law.ufl.edu/career/ Mock Interview Program
Business decals, which resources/hotline, click on "Subscribe" and enter Practice your interviewing techniques with -
allow holders to park in your e-mail address. You should receive a confir- and get immediate feedback from practicing
Orange, Blue, mation e-mail that you have successfully sub- attorneys in a "Mock Interview Program" Sept. 5-
Commuter, Red and scribed (if you don't, contact Career Services). 12. Interested students should sign up for an inter-
Brown lots, or Orange
decals for parking in Judicial Clerkship Program Aug. 22 view date/time in the Center for Career Services
Orange and Commuter One of the most prestigious, educational and as soon as possible after Sept. 2. Don't delay,
lots. rewarding jobs for a new law school graduate is a since interviews are scheduled first come-first
* Law school parking will judicial clerkship, and the nature of the hiring served, and last year there was a waiting list.
not be significantly
impacted by construc- process for these positions has recently changed. Pro Bono Proj ect
tion, and the new lot To find out the latest, attend the Judicial Clerkship Get the hands-on experience and feedback
should be available Program at noon Friday (Aug. 22) in the Bailey hard to find in the classroom through Pro Bono
within the month. (See Courtroom. If you can't, contact Career Services work volunteer legal work students perform to
"Construction," page 5) Assistant Director Mary-Ellen Cross for updates. benefit individuals, groups or organizations with
For maps and more imited resources and make a real difference in
extensive information on Justice Dept. Presentation Aug. 25 limited resources and make a real difference in
transportation and park- Students are invited to a presentation by the the community as you do it. Find out more today
ing at the University of U.S. Department of Justice and Career Services by contacting Career Services Assistant Director
Florida, go to: on "Protecting Freedom" at 5:15 p.m. Monday, Jessie Howell (392-0499).
www.parking.ufl.edul.










'Meet the Masters' Sept. 13, Nelson Symposium Oct. 3
The UF College of Law kicks off its fall confer- Preservation," will be held Oct. 3 at the Gainesville
ence season with the following annual events: Paramount Resort and Conference Center (formerly
* The Institute for Dispute Resolution's Fourth Annual the Sheraton, 2900 SW 13th St.). On the agenda thus
Upchurch Watson White & Max "Meet the far are George Washington University Law Professor
Masters" Symposium will be held Sept. 13 at the Robert Tuttle, who will speak on church/state impli-
University of Florida Hilton Hotel and Conference cations of certain historic preservation projects,
Center in Gainesville. Presenters will include Mercer University Law Professor David Brennen (UF Financia Aid
Kathleen Scanlon, Esq., CPR Institute for Dispute JD '91, LLMT '94), who will address tax and ethical
Resolution; Don Peters, Director ofUF's Center for concems, Center for Governmental Responsibility Help Available
Dispute Resolution; and Darryl B. Deaktor, Esq., Research Associate Tim McClendon, who will present Financial Aid Director
retired partner ofWhite & Case LLP. The conference the center's provocative findings regarding the eco- C uet (abo an
help you with financial
fee ($125) includes a copy of the Drafters nomic impact ofhistoric preservation, and Richard E. uetion o
aid questions or con-
Deskbook: Dispute Resolution Clauses. The Nelson Chair in Local Govenmment Law Michael cens. Stop by Student
cernrs. Stop by Student
Florida Bar has approved the symposium for 4.5 Allan Wolf, who will speak on regulatory takings Affairs or e-mail
CLE hours (includes two Ethics hours). (Program implications. Carol Huber@sfa.
brochure online at www.law.ufl.edu/newspdf/ For information on these or other UF law ufl.edu. Financial aid
meetmasters.pdf) onferenc -mail Direto of ofeece information also is avail-
)conferences, e-mail Director of Conference able in the UF Law
* The Third Annual Richard E. Nelson Growth Planning and Special Projects Barbara DeVoe Student Handbook -
Management Symposium, "From Penn Central to (devoe@law.ufl.edu or 392-8070). now online at
Pensacola: New Perspectives on Historic www.law.ufl.edul
publications and on
the Student Affairs Web
site, www.Iaw.ufl.
U.S. we see a quest forjustice and balance evi- edulstudentsl.
Be rta denced by matters ranging from the recent Grutter
and Lawrence decisions to post 9-11 initiatives,
Esperanza effectively redefining the relationship between Apply for Student
Hernndez- individual rights and security. Recruitment Team
The human rights ideal provides the founda- Applications for the
Truyol tional predicate to eradicate social, political, and College of Law Student
Levin Mabie economic inequities, and urges that security con- Recuitment Team (SRT)
Levin Mabie are available in the
an d Levi n ces not impair human beings' liberty, equality, Admissions Office and will
Professor and dignity." be accepted, along with a
resume, until 5 p.m. Aug.
Education 27. Members will be cho-
View on the Law A.B., Cornell University; J.D. (cum laude), sen based on previous
"This is an exciting and challenging time to Albany Law School, Union University; LL.M., recruiting experience, law
be involved in human rights. New York University. school involvement, and
personality.
After the second world war, internationaliza- Experti se Team members will be
tion underwent a dramatic transformation in Dispute Resolution, International Law, trained to answer basic
response to Nazi war atrocities, and centered International Human Rights, Issues of Race, questions from prospec-
human beings in the law. Gender, and Culture in the Law. tivep studentshool hopnd wills
Today, globalization is effecting another evaluat e the Levin College
world-wide transformation. Technology has What You May Not Know evaluate themore person-
reduced global time and space differences, but "I love to explore ancient ruins around the al level, catering to issues
economic and cultural polarization is greater than world and am especially intrigued by the Anasazi of particular concern to
ever, exacerbating marginalization and disempow- ("ancient enemy" in Navajo) culture in the south- each candidate. Members
erment in civil society. west, which inhabited the four corners region also may have the oppor-
Women do not enjoy equal status anywhere (New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and Utah) in the tunity to travel to other
cities to assist in recruit-
in the world, in private or public spheres; cultural, 12th century. I also make a mean Caesar salad ing efforts.
racial, religious, sexual and ethnic minorities are and am fond of fine red wines." For more information,
persecuted; and children are starving and lack call Director of Admissions
education, health protections and shelter. In the Go to www.law.ufl.edu/faculty/for a & Special Programs Lewis
complete resume and list of publications. Hutchison at 392-2087.

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SF L Writing Competition
The Fall 2003 Open Writing Competition for
the Florida Journal of lnternational Law (FJIL) is
open to third- through fifth-semester students.
Those interested are encouraged to attend an
informational meeting Aug. 26 at noon or Sept. 3
at 5 p.m., both in 190 Holland Hall (auditorium).
rnas Aaiabe FJIL's four issues each year focus on interna-
Journals Available
* Journal of Technology tional, foreign, and comparative law issues, with
Law & Policy. Features one dedicated to the Center for Govemmental
cutting edge issues in Responsibility's annual spring conference on Class Act Administrative Advisor Patrick Shannon
international and local Legal and Policy Issues in the Americas. (left) and officers Donna McDavid, Debbie Kelley,
intellectual property, Subscribers include institutions, practitioners, Trudi Reid, Yolanda Mickle, Stan Amos, Sherry
including an overview by
cudnge ay Pag ervw by scholars and students from around the world, and Harrison, Ellen Robinson, Patti Williams (front row)
Judge S. Jay Plager of
the U.S. Court of Appeals topics covered in recent issues range from interna- and Janet Plumley.
for the Federal Circuit tional trade to human rights, from Cuba to Iraq, 'Class Act' Elects Officers
on the state of patent from the laws of war to international environmen-
linthe U.S byuUdicial rThe College of Law's faculty support
law in the U.S. judicial tal law. FJIL writing competitions are offered o en oon Las Cu oL
system. organization, "CLaSS ACt" (College of Law
system. ACtwice per year, and give students the opportunity Sport StaActivities Committee), electe
SFlorida Journal of to earn credit while honing legal research and rt ffcti i s lee
International Law, its first officers at its inaugural meeting Aug.
"Cuba Conference." writing skills. Students take an active role in the
Cuba Conference. 11. Serving on the board for 2003-04 are:
Features scholarly arti- production of each issue, including research, Committee Chair: Sherry Harrison
cles on a wide range of editing, and selection of articles for publication. Vice Chair, Planning and Operations: Debbie Kelley
legal topics dealing with Writing competition entries also are often Vice Chair, Membership: Patti Williams
Cuba and articles from published. Committee Communications Coordinator: Stan Amos
the conference held Secretary: Donna McDavid
there last September, New Grading Curve, Honors Fund Raising Coordinator: Yolanda Mickle
including works by UF Requirements Approved Events/Publicity: Ellen Robinson
law Professors Berta Treasurer: Janet Plumley
Hernndez-Truyol and A new grading curve has been approved for Employee Information Liaison: Trudi Reid
Michael Gordon and the Levin College of Law following extensive
scholars Antonio exploration by its Academic Standards Committee. Class Act is open to law school USPS,
Zamora, jesus The new mean grade for all course sections TEAMS and full-time OPS employees.
Sanchelima, Jose Valdes regardless of size and including seminars will Prposed activities include a staff retreat,
and Maria Stewart. be between 3.15 and 3.25 (inclusive). employee recognition program, community
SJournal of Law & Public Faculty also voted in new "honors" require- potluck, "Spring Fling" social, volunteer fair
Policy, "Defending ments upon graduation. Highest Honors (noted on and educational and training programs.
foreword by David H. transcripts as Summa Cum Laude) will be award- The next meeting is Tuesday (Aug. 19),
Levin Chair in Family ed for a 3.9 GPA, High Honors (Magna Cum 3 p.m., in the Dean's Conference Room (third
LawlCenter on Children Laude) for 3.533, and Honors (Cum Laude) for floor Holland Hall). All are welcome.
and the Law Director 3.133. Honors requirements upon graduation will
Barbara Bennett
Woodhouse and aticle be phased in as follows: opment at the Levin College of Law. In
by Gator TeamChild Spring '04: Highest Honors 3.9, her new role, Meghoo-Peddie will offer
High Honors 3.567, Honors 3.167
Supervising Attorney Fall '04: Highest Honors 3.9, services and resources to current and
Claudia Wright. High Honors 3.6, Honors 3.2 prospective students, faculty, staff and
For information, e- Spring '05: Highest Honors 3.9, alumni to help build a diverse law
mail Editor Victoria Redd High Honors 3.633, Honors 3.233 school community and positively
(reddva@law.ufl.edu). Fall '05 & Thereafter: Highest Honors 3.9, Meghoo-
High Honors 3.667, Honors 3.267 Peddie impact minority recruitment, retention,
High Honors 3.667, Honors 3.267
student/faculty enrichment, career/externship
Position Strengthens Diversity opportunities and alumni relations. Meghoo-
Desta Meghoo-Peddie, a UF law graduate and Peddie also will work to develop and strengthen
former associate director of the Center for the relationships with minorities interested in the
Study of Race and Race Relations, has been (Announcements Continue Page 6)
named director for diversity and community devel-

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law library space. The law school near the tennis courts to allow (www.aw.ufl.edu), and
com a l a edareiclis closer access to a new Hollatinnd regular updates in FlaLaw
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ing facilities, will provide seating ONLY. The alarm on the first floor exit will sound coordinating the effort
for close to the college's entire current enrollment of when this exit is used. The outside entrance on the at the law school, will
law1,310 Technological capabilities will be enh e nne wested stairwell is locked, o ntinue to send regulari






thanks to aO r evamped telecommmacation s plant, i Although rain has delayed construction of the ne w e-mail updates to faculty,
new and renovated spaces. The "new" entry to the col-ramp at the Nhave o ther facilities-
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tolegether withll be from the west, with a courtyard that allows n t L macte in tsh old ak n l wor
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Construction Schedule
The school will maintain a close-to-normal schedule for Fall 2003/Spring
2004 classes. Details subject to change as needed are as follows:
Fall 2003/Spring 2004: Steel structure for new classroom buildings erected in
November. Third-floor library closes in December, and offices are built there for H n H
"swing space" during construction. 297 Holland Hall becomes unavailable in
January. Over Spring Break and continuing through spring semester, the cafeteria
closes, student lockers move to Bruton-Geer Hall, the library moves off-site, a com-
puter server room is built in the second-floor library, loading/receiving moves to the
cafeteria serving area and the bookstore closes (April 22). Spring exams are given on
main campus. Holland Hall classrooms are demolished and library renovations begin
in May, and journals move to the cafeteria.
Summer/Fall 2004: Summer classes are taught on main UF campus. Student Affairs o H
and Admissions offices move to journal area in Bruton-Geer Hall; Dean's Office
moves to third-floor library in Holland Hall. In August, Law Review, Trial Team and
Moot Court retumn to Holland Hall. New classrooms are completed for use in the fall.
Spring/Fall 2005: Beginning in March, Holland Hall renovations are completed,
journals still in the cafeteria move into offices in the former media center area, the
library and Development & Alumni Affairs Office retumn, and Computing Services
moves to third floor Holland Hall. Bookstore and cafeteria retumn in the fall.
Construction is complete.










e Iternational (Announcements, Continued)
New International
Court of Justice study of law by working with community leaders
nrhment and other educational institutions, such as junior
Enrichment
Curse Offered colleges. For information, e-mail Meghoo-Peddie
Couse Offered at Meghoo@law.ufl.edu.
Professor Winston
Nagan is offering a new New UF Law Child Welfare Clinic
Foreig Enrichment Class A new UF College of Law Child Welfare
(LAW 6930, Section
6440). The 2-credit Clinic is aimed at improving collaboration among
course will bring three professionals serving children at risk of neglect
international scholars and/or abuse. The program operates under the aus-
from Oxford to discuss pices of the college's Center on Children and the
the practice and role of James Floyd, Florida Bar Committee on Professionalism
the Internatice and ole of Law (CCL). Legal Skills Professor (left), and Justice Raoul Cantero, III presented the first
of Justice, and offers stu- Monique Haughton Worrell is supervis- place trophy to Kimberly Rothenburg.
dents the opportunity to ing attorney, and CCL Director Barbara
study under some of the Bennett Woodhouse co-teaches and Student Wins Bar Essay Contest
greatest legal minds in advises. (The clinic is a separate entity The Florida Bar Standing Committee on
England. Contact Student from Gator TeamChild, which provides Professionalism presented UF law student
Affairs for information. Worrell direct legal services to juveniles.) Kimberly Rothenburg (3L) with the Lion of

The clinic assists the UF Department of Justice Trophy now on display in the
Pediatrics' Children's Medical Services and Child Student Affairs lobby for winning its annual
Protection Team, working closely with the UF Law Student Professionalism Essay contest.
Office of General Counsel, and will serve as a According to Florida Supreme Court Justice
demonstration project to explore how the presence Raoul Cantero, III, her essay "not only identi-
of a legal advisory component (law students fied problems, but also identified solutions."
working under supervision of a clinical professor) "We are very pleased and proud of
can enhance the functioning of CPTs statewide. Kimberly, particularly since Stetson won this
contest the past two years," said Associate
Ludwick Named Student Dean for Students, Professionalism and
Affai rs As si stan t Dean Community Relations Gail Sasnett.
Richard Ludwick is the new assistant dean
Idea Exchange for student affairs at the College of Law. Ludwick
Requested was previously assistant dean for stu-
Professor Jos Ribas dents at the University of Oregon. He "These funds will be placed in our client sup-
Vieira, a visiting profes- earned his law degree from Indiana port fund, which is used exclusively for things our
sor in January, will offer University, M.A. (Higher Education clients need most tuition for summer camp,
a class at the Catholic Administration) from Teachers help with restitution payments, clothing for court,
University of Rio janeiro
this semester discussing Ludwick College, Columbia University, and is school supplies that may not be provided
the books Legal finishing his Ed.D. at the University of through other agencies," said Gator TeamChild
Positivism in Oregon. He practiced law for eight years in Supervising Attorney Claudia Wright.
urispudence (Anthony Indiana prior to his position at Oregon. Class Act Watermelon Social
Sebok, Cambridge "t is a tribute to the school and its students,
University Press, 1998), tribute to the school and its students, The College of Law Support Staff Activities
Law, Pragmatism and faculty and staff that we were able to hire some- Committee (CLaSS ACt) hosted a well-attended
Democracy (Richard A. one with Richard's experience and qualifications," Watermelon Festival July 7 to welcome Dean
Posner, Harvard said Associate Dean for Students, Professionalism Robert Jerry, honor Independence Day and cele-
University Press, 2003), and Community Relations Gail Sasnett.
and Playing by the Rules brate the beginning of construction. The event was
(Frederick Schauer, Grant to Benefit Local Children sponsored by Gainesville Family Physicians, and
Oxford University Press, Gator TeamChild received a $1,000 grant and the watermelons were provided by Bozie Thomas.
2002). Professor Vieira "You Make a Difference" certificate this summer Primary organizers included Patti Williams,
(jrbas@rdc.puc-ro.br)
asks anyone interested in at the Gator Exchange Club of Gainesville's annu- Sherry Harrison, Ellen Robinson, Linda Kirby,
exchanging ideas about al awards luncheon in recognition of the juvenile Debbie Kelley, Carol Velasques, Lenny Kennedy
these American authors clinic's efforts to improve the lives of children in and Robert Horn.
to contact him. Alachua County.


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SSCHOLARSHIP & ACTIVITIES New Faculty
Summer Summary Insurance Underwriting," 9 Connecticut Insurance Please welcome
L.J. 397 (2003). Dean Robert jerry,
* Conservation Clinic Director Thomas Ankersen 397 (2 Dan R t
published "Shared Knowledge, Shared Center for Governmental Responsibility Research Associate Dean, Library &
Jurisprudence: Learning to Speak Environmental Associate Barbara Noah published "AIDS and Technology, Kathleen
Law Creole (Criollo)," 16 Tulane Envir L. Rev. 807 Retroviral Drugs in South Africa: Public Health, "Kathie" Price, Professor
(2003). Politics, and Individual Suffering," 31 Journal of and Nelson Chair
e Pe D I e f Law, Medicine, andEthics 144 (2003), reviewing Michael Allan
* Associate Professor/Associate Director, Institute for Brial Tilley's "It's My Life." She also published M Aa
Dispute Resolution Jonathan Cohen published "The Participation ofUnderrepresented Minorities in Wolf, Professor
"Adversaries? Partners? How about Counterparts? Clinical Research," 29 Am. J.L. & Med. 221-245 Christine Klein,
On Metaphors in the Practice and Teaching of (2003) (symposium), and presented a paper on pedi- Jerry Professor and
Negotiation and Dispute Resolution," 20 Conflict atric clinical trials at the American Society for Law, Center for the
Resolution Quarterly 433 (Summer 2003), and Medicine & Ethics' annual meeting for health law Study of Race
"Legislating Apology," Alternative Dispute teachers in Wilmington, DE, in June. and Race
Resolution Newsletter, Oregon State Bar, 7 F P L N c
(Summer 2003). UF Research Foundation Professor Lars Noah pub- Relations Director
Asso e Dn fr lished "Challenges in the Federal Regulation of Pain Price Katheryn Russell
* Associate Dean for Intemational Studies/ Management Technologies," 31 Journal ofLaw, ss
Professor/Gerald A. Sohn Research Scholar Stuart Medicine, andEthics 55 (2003) and "Assisted Bown, Associate
Cohn published updated versions of Securities Reproductive Technologies and the Pitfalls of Professor Cally
Counselingfor New and Developing Companies Unregulated Biomedical Innovation," 55 Fla. L. Rev. Jordan and
and (with Stuart Ames) Florida Business Laws 603 (2003). He spoke on physician testimony and lf Assistant
Annotated. evidence-based medicine as part of a panel discus- Professor
* Professor/Intellectual Property Program Director sion on issues of law and science at the recent Christopher
Thomas Cotter published "Refining the Southeastern Association of Law Schools meeting Peterson. (More
'Presumptive Illegality' Approach to Settlements of and on pain management issues as part of a continu- inf n
Patent Disputes Involving Reverse Payments: A ing education program developed for hospitals affili- information aval-
Commentary on Hovenkamp, Janis & Lemley," 87 ated with Harvard Medical School. Russell- able online at
Minnesota Law Review 1789-1816 (2003); Professor Michael Oberst published "The Brown www.Iaw.ufl.edu.
"Prolegomenon to a Memetic Theory of Copyright: Disappearing Limited Deficit Restoration Click on
Comments on Lawrence Lessig's The Creative Obligation," 56 Tax Lawyer 485 (2003). "Faculty," or on
Commons," 55 Florida Law Review 779-794 "Publications" for
(2003); and "Gutenberg's Legacy: Copyright, Eminent Scholar William Page published "Stateons
Censorship, and Religious Pluralism," 91 California Action and the Meaning ofAgreement Under the Jordan stories in the
Law Review. Sherman Act: An Approach to Hybrid Restraints," Faculty Report
SAdjunct Professor Elizabeth Dale published A 20 YaleJ. Reg. 269 (2003) (with John Lopatka). or past issues of
* Adjunct Professor Elizabeth Dale published A
Different Sort of Justice: The Informal Courts of Assistant Professor Christopher Peterson published FlaLaw.
Public Opinion in Antebellum South Carolina," 54 "Truth, Understanding, and High-Cost Consumer
South Carolina Law Review 627 (2003). Credit: The Historical Context ofthe Truth-in- Peterson
Lending Act," 55 Florida Law Review 807 (2003).
* Chesterfield Smith Professor Michael Gordon 5

published "Thinking About Cuba: Post-Castro Cuba Professor Sharon Rush published "Emotional
Began a Decade Ago," 15 Florida J. Int'lLaw 311 Segregation: Huckleberry Finn in the Modem
(2003). Classroom," 36 U. Mich. J. L. Reform 305 (2003).
* Assistant Professor Wayne Hanewicz published Assistant Professor Mark Thurman published
"When Silence is Golden: Why the Business "Ending the Seventh Amendment Confusion: A
Judgment Rule Should Apply to No-Shops in Critical Analysis of the Right to a Jury Trial in LOEBL JO NS
Stock-for-Stock Merger Agreements," 28 J. Trademark Cases," 11 Texas Intellectual Property GRADUATE TAX
Corporation Law 205 (2003). Law Journal 1 (2002). James F. Loebl is the
* Stephen C. O'Connell Professor Jeffrey Harrison Professor Steve Willis published The TaxLaw of Graduate Tax Program's
published "Creativity or Commons: A Comment on Charities and Other Exempt Organizations: Cases, visiting professor
Professor Lessig," 55 Florida Law Review 795-805 Materials, Questions, andActivities (West 2003) for 2003-04.
(2003), and UnderstandingAntitrust andIts (with Darryll K. Jones, David A. Brennen and Loeb eaned his
Economic Implications (Lexis/Nexis 4th ed. 2003) Beverly I. Moran). Loeb earned
(with Tom Sullivan). David H. Levin Chair in Family Law/Director, Loeb Taxation om UF
* Levin, Mabie and Levin Professor of Law Berta Center on Children and the Law Barbara Bennett axion
Esperanza Hernandez-Truyol published "Familias Woodhouse published "Children's Rights in Gay and in 2000 and served as a
Sin Fronteras: Mujeres Unidas Por Su Historia," 15 Lesbian Families: A Child-Centered Perspective," in research assistant to
Florida J. Int'lLaw 321 (2003) ("Families Without 44Nomos 273 (2003); "Child-Centered, Vertically Professor Dennis Calfee.
Borders: Women United by Their History"). She Structured and Interdisciplinary: An Integrative He earned his J.D. (Order
spoke on "Law and Culture" at a colloquium on Approach to Children's Policy, Practice and of the Coif) from the
intemational and comparative law at the University Research," in Family Law: Processes, Practices and University of Wisconsin
of Buenos Aires in Argentina in mid-August. Pressures (John Dewar & Stephen Parker, eds., L S
2003); and "Talking about Children's Rights in Law School,; M.B.A. from
* Professor/Samuel T. Dell Research Scholar Judicial Custody and Visitation Decision-Making," Harvard Business School;
Thomas Hurst published "Coaches' Liability for 36 FamilyL.Q. 105 (2002). and B.S. (summa cum
Athletes' Injuries and Death," 13 J. Sports Law 27
(2003) (with James N. Knight). Gator TeamChild Director/Legal Skills Professor laude, Phi Beta Kappa,
Claudia Wright published "Representation of Beta Gamma Sigma) from
*Dean/Levin, Mabie and Levin Professor Robert Children in a Unified Family Court System in the University of Santa
Jerry published "The Antitrust Implications of Florida," 14 U Fla. J. Law & Pub. Policy 179 Clara.
Collaborative Standard Setting by Insurers (2003).
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Michael Friel, Associate The College of Law's Submit your news for each
Dean for Academic newsletter, FlaLaw, is published issue by 10 a.m. the previous
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Dean for Intemational week school is in session to Amirin at amirin@law.ufl.edu or her
Wiliam ge A t inform students, faculty and staffl : office in the Dean's Suite, 264
William Page, Associate
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Development ties, events and opportunities. It fax: 392-8727.
Kathleen "Kathie" Price, also is distributed to key UF Other common methods for
Associate Dean for administrators, the media and disseminating information at the
Library and Technology others on an e-mail pdf distribution list or who Levin College of Law include:
Gail Sasnett, Associate access it via the college Web site The Docket is produced by the John Marshall Bar
Dean for Students, The Docket is produced by the John Marshall Bar
Professionalism and (www.aw.u.edu, click on "publications" for Association and periodically inserted in FlaLaw.
Community Relations current and past issues in full color). Submissions should be directed to JMBA (147
Patrick Shannon, [ CALENDAR BGH, 392-0498).
Associate Dean for
Administrative Affairs Information is posted on the administrative
View academic and event calendars bulletin board and events bulletin board on the
Submission and add your events online at Holland Hall Concourse. To post a notice on the
Information www. law. ufl.edu. boards, contact Student Affairs.
FlaLaw is published August The college's Web Calendar of Events and "Pop-
each week school is in 18 Career Services' eAttorney Orientation, Up" Computer Calender are coordinated by Julie
session. Submit news by 5-6 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
in -.. T,,sda^- fov nat ,Bames (392-9238, Bames@law.ufl.edu) in the
10 a.m. Tuesday for next 19 Class Act Meeting, 3 p.m.,Dean's Conference Baes (392-9238, Baes aufl.edu) in the
week's newsletter to Room (third floor Holland Hall) Dean's Office. Send her the activity name, date
Editor Debra Amirin, Career Services' eAttorney Orientation, and time, address/room, description, and where
Director of Institutional 3-4 p.m., Bailey Courtroom you want it posted the law school Calendar of
Information & 20 Career Services' eAttorney Orientation, Events, Pop-Up or both. You also may post your
Publications, Office of I a.m.noon, Bailey Courtroom events online via a link on the Events page.
Administrative Affairs, at o Parking Decal Sale, 9 a.m. 4 p.m.,
amirin@law.ufl.edu, outside Dean's Office The college Web site, www.law.ufl.edu, contains
phone 392-9238, fax: 21 o Parking Decal Sale, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., information and links on news, publications and
392-8727, or bring a disk outside Dean's Office programs, books for sale, rooms to rent, faculty
(PC format, text in W Career Services "Big-Apple" Legal Recruiting backgrounds and legal resources. Contact Stan
WordPerfect or Word, Conference (BALRC)
include contact informa-ee vces eAttorney Orentaton, Huguenin (huguenin@lawufl.edu, 392-9586, 288
tion) to the Dean's Office, 11 a.m.noon, Bailey Courtroom Holland Hall) in the Communications Office for
264 Holland Hall.Career Services Workshop: Create an Award information on the Web or to submit news for
Submit news for Winning Personal Sales Pitch Expert Resume UFL4Wmagazine.
Submit news for Writing, noon-1 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
The Docket to the John Gainesville Law Alumni Reception, 5:37:3 p.m. The college's electronic, text-only newsletter, UF
Marshall Bar Associationo Gainesville Law Alumni Reception, 5307:30 pm
(147 BGH, 392-0498). Moot Court Try-Outs Info. Meeting, 6-7 p.m. Law E-News, is sent each month to alumni, faculty
22 Class Rolls Fixed, Fee Liability Attaches, & staff, students and a subscriber list. Sign up
Drop Add Ends online at www.law.ufl.edu/lists/flalaw or contact
Career Services' eAttorney Orientation, Editor Debra Amirin to be added to the list
9-10 a.m., Bailey Courtroom (current faculty, staff and students receive the
Career Services Presentation, "Applying for a n a
ludicial Clerkship," noon-1 p.m., Bailey Courtroom newsletter automatically) or to submit news.
25 Walk In Resume Review, noon-4 p.m., The Levin College ofLaw Handbook & Student
Center for Career Services Honor System, available in the Office of Student
Career Services Presentation: U.S. Department of Affairs, or online at www.law.ufl.edu/publications,
SJT lustice on Protecting Freedom," 5:15-6:30 p.m.,
Faculty Dining Room offers a wealth of law school information, includ-
26 Informational meeting on Florida lournal of ing the academic calendar, course descriptions,
International Law Open Writing Competition, Student Honor System and descriptions of pro-
noon, 190 Holland Hall (auditorium) grams, policies, procedures and faculty.
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Administration Get Your News in UF Law Publications, Boards, Web
Robert Jerry, Dean
Michael Friel, Associate The College of Law's Submit your news for each
Dean for Academic newsletter, FlaLaw, is published issue by 10 a.m. the previous
Affairs by the Office of Tuesday. Send your information in
Stuart Cohn, Associate Administrative Affairs each electronic form to Editor Debra
Dean for Intemational week school is in session to Amirin at amirin@law.ufl.edu or her
Wiliam ge A t inform students, faculty and staffl : office in the Dean's Suite, 264
William Page, Associate
Dean for Faculty about law school-related activi- Holland Hall, phone: 392-9238,
Development ties, events and opportunities. It fax: 392-8727.
Kathleen "Kathie" Price, also is distributed to key UF Other common methods for
Associate Dean for administrators, the media and disseminating information at the
Library and Technology others on an e-mail pdf distribution list or who Levin College of Law include:
Gail Sasnett, Associate access it via the college Web site The Docket is produced by the John Marshall Bar
Dean for Students, The Docket is produced by the John Marshall Bar
Professionalism and (www.aw.u.edu, click on "publications" for Association and periodically inserted in FlaLaw.
Community Relations current and past issues in full color). Submissions should be directed to JMBA (147
Patrick Shannon, [ CALENDAR BGH, 392-0498).
Associate Dean for
Administrative Affairs Information is posted on the administrative
View academic and event calendars bulletin board and events bulletin board on the
Submission and add your events online at Holland Hall Concourse. To post a notice on the
Information www. law. ufl.edu. boards, contact Student Affairs.
FlaLaw is published August The college's Web Calendar of Events and "Pop-
each week school is in 18 Career Services' eAttorney Orientation, Up" Computer Calender are coordinated by Julie
session. Submit news by 5-6 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
in -.. T,,sda^- fov nat ,Bames (392-9238, Bames@law.ufl.edu) in the
10 a.m. Tuesday for next 19 Class Act Meeting, 3 p.m.,Dean's Conference Baes (392-9238, Baes aufl.edu) in the
week's newsletter to Room (third floor Holland Hall) Dean's Office. Send her the activity name, date
Editor Debra Amirin, Career Services' eAttorney Orientation, and time, address/room, description, and where
Director of Institutional 3-4 p.m., Bailey Courtroom you want it posted the law school Calendar of
Information & 20 Career Services' eAttorney Orientation, Events, Pop-Up or both. You also may post your
Publications, Office of I a.m.noon, Bailey Courtroom events online via a link on the Events page.
Administrative Affairs, at o Parking Decal Sale, 9 a.m. 4 p.m.,
amirin@law.ufl.edu, outside Dean's Office The college Web site, www.law.ufl.edu, contains
phone 392-9238, fax: 21 o Parking Decal Sale, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., information and links on news, publications and
392-8727, or bring a disk outside Dean's Office programs, books for sale, rooms to rent, faculty
(PC format, text in W Career Services "Big-Apple" Legal Recruiting backgrounds and legal resources. Contact Stan
WordPerfect or Word, Conference (BALRC)
include contact informa-ee vces eAttorney Orentaton, Huguenin (huguenin@lawufl.edu, 392-9586, 288
tion) to the Dean's Office, 11 a.m.noon, Bailey Courtroom Holland Hall) in the Communications Office for
264 Holland Hall.Career Services Workshop: Create an Award information on the Web or to submit news for
Submit news for Winning Personal Sales Pitch Expert Resume UFL4Wmagazine.
Submit news for Writing, noon-1 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
The Docket to the John Gainesville Law Alumni Reception, 5:37:3 p.m. The college's electronic, text-only newsletter, UF
Marshall Bar Associationo Gainesville Law Alumni Reception, 5307:30 pm
(147 BGH, 392-0498). Moot Court Try-Outs Info. Meeting, 6-7 p.m. Law E-News, is sent each month to alumni, faculty
22 Class Rolls Fixed, Fee Liability Attaches, & staff, students and a subscriber list. Sign up
Drop Add Ends online at www.law.ufl.edu/lists/flalaw or contact
Career Services' eAttorney Orientation, Editor Debra Amirin to be added to the list
9-10 a.m., Bailey Courtroom (current faculty, staff and students receive the
Career Services Presentation, "Applying for a n a
ludicial Clerkship," noon-1 p.m., Bailey Courtroom newsletter automatically) or to submit news.
25 Walk In Resume Review, noon-4 p.m., The Levin College ofLaw Handbook & Student
Center for Career Services Honor System, available in the Office of Student
Career Services Presentation: U.S. Department of Affairs, or online at www.law.ufl.edu/publications,
SJT lustice on Protecting Freedom," 5:15-6:30 p.m.,
Faculty Dining Room offers a wealth of law school information, includ-
26 Informational meeting on Florida lournal of ing the academic calendar, course descriptions,
International Law Open Writing Competition, Student Honor System and descriptions of pro-
noon, 190 Holland Hall (auditorium) grams, policies, procedures and faculty.
IUNIV I rSflY OI1 f 11A ILi

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