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Fla law newsletter of the University of Florida College of Law
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Title: Fla law newsletter of the University of Florida College of Law
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Place of Publication: <Gainesville FL> College of Law Communications Office 1997-
Creation Date: September 2, 2003
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol.1, no. 1 (Oct. 6, 1997)-
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Table of Contents
    Announcements
        Page 1
    Career services
        Page 2
    BLSA president awarded NBI fellowship
        Page 3
    Curious about international law and study abroad opportunities?
        Page 4
    Construction update
        Page 5
    Small commitment, big benefits: join the UF Law student recruitment team
        Page 6
    Scholarship and activities
        Page 7
    Meet the faculty
        Page 7
    Book awards reward academic excellence, support school
        Page 8
    Calendar
        Page 8
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Announcements students and developed a pro bono program, Parking Problems?
Career Services Assistant Dean among many other initiatives. Set up a car pool (mini-
She taught civil law at UF and the University mum three riders from
Calvert Hanson Begins Today of Central Florida for 10 years before relocating in-county or two out-of-
Linda S. Calvert Hanson- E to St. Augustine. She and her husband, attorney county). Purchase only
a former assistant dean for profes- one decal (refunds avail-
former assistant dean for profes- Mike Davis, now are in the process of moving able for already pur-
sional development at Florida their family to a new home on Lake Elizabeth. chased extras). Eah rider
Coastal School of Law in "I have had the opportunity to work with pre- also receives three passes
Jacksonville, legal educator and law and law students for over a decade, and I feel per term to drive sepa-
practicing lawyer takes over as privileged to be able to contribute to the develop- rately. Spaces always
head of the Levin College of Law's Calvert Hanson available in large car pool
ment of future lawyers," said Hanson. "I enjoy the only area. See Mike Oun
Center for Career Services today. students' energy and vitality, and it is so reward- in Student Affairs for
"Linda is one of our graduates, and has exten- ing to hep them discover the many opportunities information.
sive expenence in education and the law," said available to them." Take the bus (schedules
Dean Robert Jerry. "She brings a great deal of available in Student
practical knowledge, expertise and energy to this BLSA Mentor Reception Friday, Affairs). Law students are
position, and already has a keen understanding of Firm Workshop Sept. 13 "pre-paid," and need only
show their GatorOne ID.
what students need and employers are looking The W. George Allen Chapter of the Black Law Busses stopping at the
for." Students Association (BLSA) will hold two events law school include num-
Hanson was recognized for her pro bono with alumni participation in early September: ber 5, which comes from
the Oaks Mall down
work and community involvement this June when Annual BLSA Welcome Back, Mentor/Mentee Newe ars Road land
Newberry Road and SW
the Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association Reception, Friday (Sept. 5), time/place TBA. 2nd Avenue and passes
named her "Woman Lawyer of the Year." Workshop: "Starting and Maintaining Your the law school twice an
At Florida Coastal, Hanson increased the law Own Firm," Saturday, Sept. 13, 9-11 a.m., Faculty hour; 43, which comes
from north 43rd Street,
school's graduate employment rate more than 14 Dining Room. Speakers: W. George Allen, Esq., fro nort N4eerry Read
turns on Newberry Road
percent in the first year, improved student-alumni Law Office ofW. George Allen, Fort Lauderdale; and passes the law school
communications, vastly improved Web services to (Announcements Continue Page 2) hourly; and 34 new
this fall which comes
Word From Iraq from the southwest near
Colonial Village, goes east
Law Student Lohrer E-M ails Home on 35th Place, and comes
Think it's hot here? Army Reserve Sgt. Edward Lohrer (2L, right) Avenue 34th Street to SW 2nd
Avenue, where it turns
a UF law student still serving in Iraq is withstanding temperatures of west and passes the law
130 to 140 degrees at mid-day. The 27-year-old has been in Iraq since school three times an
February, and a few weeks ago the thermometer hit a record 151 degrees hour.
at his headquarters at Talil Airbase. Student parking also is
available in the Cultural
"Some of the sand storms here would give Hurricane Andrew a run Arts area, where buss
Arts area, where busses
for his money, and the insects like to bite," Lohrer e-mailed early this pick up every six minutes
week to fellow law student Deb Cupples. for destinations on
"It seems much more violent and chaotic here now than when the war Museum Drive and Village
kicked off," he wrote. "There are trucks loaded with explosives blowing up or Fraternity Row.
buildings and checkpoints. Ambushes and sniper attacks on supply con-
voys. Mortar attacks on U.S. encampments. All this happens on a daily U
basis." FLORIDA
(Continued Page 5) Fredric G. Levin College of Law


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SCAREER SERVICES *

Sign up for 'Mock Interviews'
Sign up in Career Services for "Mock
Interviews" with attorneys from the community
who are volunteering their time to help students
Third-year Alumni Council prepare for this year's recruiting season.
members help coordinate Interviews will be 20 minutes, with 10 minutes of
the class gift. feedback. Bring your resume and dress in business
Spring '04 Grads attire. Interviews will be in Career Services this
Wanted for Law Friday (Sept. 5) through Friday, Sept. 12. Don't
Alumni Council delay, first-come, first-served.
Spring'04 graduating Expert Interviewing Tip s
students can stay in touch
with classmates and col- Leam from Carlton Fields Attorney
leagues after graduation Recruiting and Training Manager Catie Glenn
- and help improve and Witherspoon how to stand out and make a lasting I t te tei ,r a in law
represent the law school impression in your interviews at an "Interviewing rn
- through service on the
aw trough sere on t Tips" program Wednesday (Sept. 3) at noon in the tti tional rIoa
Law Alumni Council.
This volunteer board is Bailey Courtroom. Come prepared with questions.
comprised of more than More September Workshops
250c alumni representieng What the Heck Does Career Services Do? an
each graduating class. It
Sept. 12, noon, Bailey Courtroom
assists with fund raising, Second Career Workshop,
reunions, alumni outreach Sept. 16, noon, Bailey Courtroom
programs and student Spring Externship Informational Meeting, 'o t iolm
support, and third-year Sept. 23 & 26 at noon; Sept. 24 at 4 p.m.; Bailey Courtroom
student members coordi-
nate the Graduating Class Also check for Career Services events online I, l t i .b
Gift program. at www.law.ufl.edu/calendar/.
To apply, bring your
resume to the Dean's On-Campus Interviews, Phase 2 graduates from across the country, and offered law
Suite (264 Holland Hall) by Bidding for Phase 2 On-Campus Interviews students, graduates and employers a unique oppor-
Sept. 15, marked to the (OCI) begins Thursday, Sept. 11, and continues tunity to meet and interview in a single location.
attenin ri arr through midnight Tuesday, Sept. 15. These If you are interested in attending, you must attend
limit, so don't delay. employers will interview on campus Sept. 29-Oct. a short informational meeting outside Career
10. Refer to eAttorney.com for the most up-to- Services Wednesday, Sept. 10, at noon. For infor-
date employer listing. mation, contact Assistant Director Jessie Howell.

Conference & Career Fair Get Experience Through Pro Bono
Career News Equal Justice Works' annual Conference and Students may participate in the UF Pro Bono
Via E-Mail Career Fair is Oct. 23-24 at the Hilton Washington Project after their first semester in law school.
Get breaking news on Hotel, Washington, D.C. Interviews and career Volunteer opportunities include family law, crimi-
deadlines, programs, job development and substantive law sessions will be nal law, constitutional law and more. If you are
listings and more via the held both days. Last year, the event attracted near- interested, sign up in Career Services to attend a
"Career Listserve," Career ly 200 employers and 1,200-plus students and 15-minute small group session.
Services' e-mail distribu-
tion list. To subscribe, go
online to www.Iaw.ufl. (Announcements, Continued) Competition should attend an informational meet-
edulcareerlresources Johanne Foster, Esq.; Law Office of Johanne ing today (Sept. 2) at 6:30 p.m. in 190A Holland
hotline, click on Hall. The meeting marks the beginning of the
"Subscribe," and enter Foster, LLC, Davie; Daryl Parks, Esq., Parks & Hall. The meeting marks the beginning of the
your e-mail address. You Crump, LLC, Tallahassee; and Bruce Smith, Esq., Open Writing Competition. Rules will be
should receive a confirma- Law Offices of Bruce Smith, Gainesville. explained, and competition packets will be avail-
tion e-mail that you have able. For information: Senior Student Works
successfully subscribed (if Law Review Meeting Today Editor John Conner (ftconner@ufl.edu).
you don't, contact Career Third-semester students interested in partici- (Announcements Continue Page 3)
Services). pating in the Florida Law Review Open Writing


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Apply for Student Honor (walkebjwgufl.edu).
Court by 4:30 p.m. Today ELULS/Environmental Moot
Numerous positions are open with Court Joint Meeting
Student Honor Court. To be eligible, you A joint meeting of the Environmental
must be a law student who has completed and Land Use Law Society (ELULS) and
at least one full year. Applications are avail- Environmental Moot Court will be held
able in the Student Honor Court Office, 364 Wednesday (Sept. 3), 11:30 a.m.-12:50
J. Wayne Reitz Union, and must be tumed p.m., in the auditorium (190 Holland Hall).
in to the office by 4:30 p.m. today (Sept. 2). Those interested in membership, a moot
For information: 392-1665, ext. 364, or court position or general information on
hctchanc@sg.ufl.edu. either group are encouraged to stop by
Fourth- and Third-Semester during that time. (First-year students
Students Eligible for Trial welcome.)
Team Tryouts Plans for ELULS this year include a
Fourth-semester students are now eligi- Santa Fe river canoe and kyacking trip,
ble to try out for Trial Team, following a speakers from the Ocean Conservancy and
vote last week to change the team's consti- Alachua County Comprehensive Plan
tution. (Prior to this amendment, only third- Development, the annual Public Interest
semester students were eligible). and Environmental Conference, and the
All interested third- and fourth- Earth Day Celebration, which last year
semester students should attend the Trial raised over $450 to retire pollution credits.
Team informational meeting Sept. 9 at 5 For information: ELULS President
p.m. in 292 Holland Hall. Trial Team offers Quilla Trimmer-Smith (qearth@ufl.edu).
numerous opportunities to gain valuable F]IL Mee ti ng We dnesday
experience, and UF's team is one of the The Fall 2003 Open Writing
country's best. For information: Alexis Competition for the Florida Journal of
Lambert (alexis215@aol.com), Yohance International Law (FJIL) is open to third-
(Announcements Continue Page 4)

BLSA President Awarded NBI Fellowship
Christopher O'Neal (3L, right), president of the W. George
Allen Chapter of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA), has
been awarded the National Bar Institute (NBI) African-American
Law Student Fellowship.
"The application process required applicants not only to rec-
ognize problems in the African-American legal community, but to
suggest and become part of solutions," said O'Neal. "This
fellowship is a great honor, and particularly meaningful to me
since I plan to continue workinginn the black community after
graduation and to remain actively involved in the National Bar
Association."
According to NBI Grants Committee Chair Freida Wheaton, "Neal's personal story
and dedication should serve as a model of success for others."
O'Neal also is executive director of the National Black Law Students Association
(NBLSA) the first UF student in that role and was special assistant to its board in
2002-03. Last April, O'Neal was awarded the Clifford W. Crandall Memorial
Scholarship, and in March he was voted BLSA's Male Student of the Year during its
annual alumni reunion. He interned for the Commercial Litigation Section of the
National Bar Association, which represents more than 20,000 African-American lawyers,
judges, educators and law students. A former policeman with more than eight years'
experience, O'Neal enjoys criminal law, but is still determining which legal area he
would like to specialize in.









(Announcements, Continued) to the administration and UF Student Government,
through fifth-semester students. Those interested allocates budgeted Student Government funds to
should attend an informational meeting eligible member organizations, and encourages
Wednesday (Sept. 3) at 5 p.m. in the auditorium interaction between member organizations. LCC is
'Beyond Brown: (190 Holland Hall). open to all students, and meets weekly from 6-8
p.m. in 296 Holland Hall. General board meetings
Children, Race and Curious About International Law will be held Sept. 8 & 22, Oct. 6 & 20, and Nov. 3
Education' & Study Abroad Opportunities? & 17. Executive board meetings will be held Sept.
Mark your calendars The Office of Student Affairs and 15 & 29, Oct. 13 & 27, and Nov. 10.
now for the conference
"Beyond Brown: Children, International Law Society (ILS) invite students Elections and mandatory finance training will
Race and Education," interested in international programs to a gathering be held at the Sept. 8 meeting for four at-large and
scheduled for March 25-27 for participants of 2003 Law Summer Abroad four student organization positions. Nomination
in Gainesville. The event is Programs and LL.M. in Comparative Law and forms are available in the LCC Student
co-sponsored by the Foreign Exchange students Thursday, Sept. 11, 6 Organization Office or in Student Affairs, and are
Center on Children & the p.m., in the Faculty Dining Room. RSVP by Sept.
Law and Center for the p.m., in the Faculty Dining Room. RSVP by Sept. due by 3 p.m. Sept. 8. For information: LCC
Study of Race and Race 8 to Student Affairs Coordinator Noemar Castro President Justin Flippen (gatorlaw 78aol. com) or
Relations. Details TBA, or (castro@law.ufl.edu). Vice President Samantha Powers
contact Program Assistant (gtrsami.yahoo.com).
Debbie Kelley (Kelley@ JMBA Forum & Election (gtrsaoo.co
law.ufl.edu or 392-7576). The John Marshall Bar Association will hold
its first open forum this Thursday (Sept. 4), noon-
1 p.m., in the Bailey Courtroom. Lunch will be
provided, and all students are encouraged to attend
and share their views and suggestions.
Lexis Information JMBA's first-semester election for new stu-
* Enroll in the Career dents also will be held during the meeting, and
Services/LEXlS Web course those interested in getting involved on campus and
for job search assistance gaining leadership experience are invited to run
and information oi
and information on for one of six available first semester representa-
firms/attorneys, alumni in
Florida and more. Go to tives seats.
www.lexisnexis.coml For information: JMBA President Frank
lawschool, click on Garcia (garciafr013@yahoo.com.)
"WebCourses," and type
in your LEXIS ID. IP Reception Thursday
* Students who print LEXIS The Intellectual Property Law Program will Fall Class Welcomed at Orientation
Job Search results, Cases, The Fall '03 Class was welcomed to
etc. can print free after host a "Beginning of the Year" reception Thursday
attending a training pres- (Sept. 4), 5-7 p.m., in the Brunton-Geer Hall cafete- campus in mid-August by student ambassadors
entation or one-on-one ria for students interested in the field. The recep- in hard hats (above) and a host of other admin-
with a LEXIS representa- tion is sponsored by Holland & Knight, and will istrators and faculty who made it their mission
tive. Printers are outside to hep the new studes make their way
Career Services and in the include presentations by Todd Larson of the World to help the new students make ther way
Computer Lab in Bruton- Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), Bill through the maze of law school rules and
Geer Hall. Hamilton of Holland & Knight, and IP Program regulations and complexities caused by college
* Enhancements. Check out Director Thomas Cotter. Refreshments will be construction efforts.
new improvements to served. "The sessions were excellent and would
LexisNexis services.
LEXIS repxis are available not have happened without the hard work and
every Tuesday (9a.m.vai LCC Sponsors Organization Fair contributions of many in the building and some
12:50 p.m.) and Thursday Sept. 10, Holds Elections outside it," said Dean Robert Jerry.
(10- 11:50 a.m. and 1-3:50 You can get information, get acquainted, and Approximately 1,200 students began class-
p.m.) in Holland Hall get involved with the many student organizations es this August, second only to the University of
(downstairs library) this at the Levin College of Law Wednesday, Sept. 10, Texas (around 1,470) in US. News & World
semester.
For information: Bonita 10 a.m.-2 p.m., on the College of Law concourse Report's listing of top-tier public U.S. law
Young, Esq., LEXISNEXIS at the Student Organization Fair. The event is schools. Current estimates for Fall '03 class
Academic Account Executive hosted by the Law College Council (LCC) at the statistics include: number 185; Median GPA -
(800-368-6955, ext. 5286 or
375-8364, or bonita beginning of each semester. 3.65; Median LSAT score 159, and average
young@lexisnexiscom). LCC presents law student views and interests age 25.


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SCONSTRUCTION UPDATE *
Construction is in progress t must walk completely around the
renovate and expand library and law campus.
classroom space at the Levin Ramps have been placed in
lege of L Updats an aler Holland Hall near the east entrance
s College of Law. Update and lerts the auditorium and at the Retuned' E-ail
this week include:
entrance.If you eceive
enrace L"Returned E-Mail" notices
Par king Lo t The west exit from the third floor for messages you did not
On the west, the new of Holland Hall (near Admissions send or which were
"Orange" parking lot is available and Tax offices) is for emergency refused or returned
for use and the old lot is closed. use only. The alarm on the first because the message con-
(Cars parked there will be towed at floor will sound when it is used. tained a virus, it almost
certainly did not auto-
the owner's expense.) The outside entrance on the west matically originate from
Looking Towa rd Exams stairwell is locked. your computer and you
need not be alarmed.
Plans are to use facilities else- I tiIon eis walIt, Ques tions? Please Ignore and delete
where on the UF campus as exam Information, images and a 3D these messages. The col-
sites to allow for a quieter and less "fly through" of the Levin College lege's Computing Services
distracting environment. (All fall exams will be of Law construction project are online at area does not need to see
scheduled in the evening.) Details should be avail- www.ufspace.ufl.edu/fpcweb/viewprj.jsp?prj them.
able by the end of October from Assistant Dean 1032. Information will be included in FlaLaw and "ge are being deal
uged with 'Returned Mali'
for Student and Academic Affairs Richard L. monthly e-mail newsletter UF Law E-News e-mail messages," said
Ludwick. (subscribe at www.law.ufl.edu/lists/flalaw/), and Computing Services Head
min ers Associate Dean for Administrative Affairs Patrick Mark Bergeron. "They
Re rnind an trnerais o t Shannon will e-mail updates to faculty, staff and result from a new virus
* The only entrance to Brton-Geer Hall is from the that specifically attacks
south, and to Holland Hall from the north and east. students. If you have facilities-related questions, Microsoft Outlook and
STo move from Holland to Bruton-Geer Hall, you contact him in the Dean's Office at 392-9238. Outlook Express users. It
* To move from Holland to Bruton-Geer Hall, you
uses the Outlook address
book of the infected com-
(Word From Iraq, Continued) ice to be the experience of a lifetime. oo of te in
puter to send itself to
Ed works at a supply route security check- "I interact with locals, so I'm picking up others by 'spoofing' both
point, where he stops suspicious vehicles, redirects Arabic and learning about the culture. I've seen the 'From:' and 'To:'
civilian traffic and gathers information on military the Tigris and Euphrates rivers and Saddam's e-mail address. It cannot
convoys. He also has escorted convoys from Talil palaces. I've been all over Baghdad and seen read GroupWise address
Ss books, however, and the
to Baghdad, a 13-hour ride through desert heat in a ancient and biblical landmarks, including the City college has installed vius
Humvee the bare-bones military issue and a far of Ur, which was built 6000 B.C.," he explained. patches. Be sure you have
cry from the plush, street-ready model popularized When Lohrer left Gainesville in February, he downloaded the latest
by Arnold Schwarzenegger. was three weeks into his fourth semester of law Virus updates from your
Like many military people in Iraq, Lohrer school. So far, he has missed two of the program's Anti-Virus provider for
often is a wide-open target. six required semesters and may miss a third. Also your home computers."
"They don't know who the enemy is or where left behind was his part time job at the Gainesville
he'll show up," said his mother, Charlotte Lohrer law firm of Fisher & Butts.
of Lake Placid. "This scares me." "It looks like I'll be here for the long haul,"
In April, news coverage of the U.S. invasion Lohrer concluded. "I'm glad to serve my country,
of Iraq was pervasive. After President Bush but I also look forward to coming home and
declared an end to major military activity, it began resuming my life."
drifting out of the public's mind. D. Cupples (2L)
"People need to realize U.S. soldiers are stillWe Note with
dying over here, as many as three a day," Lohrer Note: Life gets lonely when you're far away. E-mail Sadness
pointed out. "This war is far fro over, but many Lohrer at Edward Iohrer@yahoo.com to let him know UF College of Law
his law school family has not forgotten him. In addi- Professor Emeritus
soldiers feel forgotten. There are still 150,000 of tion, Military Law Students Association President Steve Michael Moorhead, who
us here, and many have no idea when we can Berlin (3L) is soliciting items/donations for a care pack- taught at UF from 1978-
come home." age to send to Lohrer in Iraq. For information or to 94, passed away Aug. 19.
Constant danger aside, he has found his serv- participate, contact him at mlsauf@hotmail.com. He was 59.

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Join the UF Law Student Recruitment Team
As the fall class embarks According to Director of
upon their legal career, the Admissions & Special Programs
Student Recruitment Team (SRT) Lewis Hutchison, deciding factors
is gearing up for another recruit- for most students relate to what
ing season. SRT is the new candidates perceive will be their
createdjust last year student quality of life and sense of
Docket Resumes organization that assists the col- belonging and connection with the
Stephanie Mickel (back) lege's Admissions Office in law school and other law students.
and Kristen Simmons, edi- recruiting the best and brightest Current law students are the best
tors of The Docket, urge students from around the state qualified to help candidates evalu-
students to submit news for
the student-produced and nation. The volunteer group m. .... ate the Levin College of Law on
newsletter, which is insert- is the first contact for potential this more personal level, catering
ed bi-weekly in FlaLaw. law students as they evaluate the to factors potential students think
The Docket provides a Levin College of Law, and play m e are most important.
forum for law student arti-
cles, opinions, and commen- an important role in the candi- mom r In addition to the meaningful
tary. The deadline for the date's decision process. aspect of serving on the Student
Sept. 8 issue is today (Sept. Recruitment Team members o aw s Recruitment Team, some mem-
2) at noon. Submissions are trained to know answers to bers will be given the opportunity
must be Word-compatible,
less than 750 words, and basic questions prospective stu- to travel to cities around the state
e-mailed to jmbadocket@ dents may have. Perhaps more in re b p to assist in recruiting efforts.
yahoo.com. Include contact importantly, they are able to add Prospective students are more
information and name of a first-hand perspective on what relaxed when they see a law stu-
the author (anonymous sub-
missons accepted oly upon law school is like on a daily dent behind the recruiting table,
approval from editors). basis at the University of Florida and what living and are more likely to believe the information they
in the city of Gainesville entails. receive, since they view the students as being
For many students, this is the most important more honest and not part of "the system."
'Meet the Masters part of the equation in deciding which law school First-, second- and third-year students are
The Institute for
Dispte Resolutions to attend. Because the Levin College of Law has invited to apply for the Student Recruitment Team.
Dispute Resolution's
Fourth Annual Upchurch earned an outstanding reputation for being one of Applications are available in the Admissions
Watson White & Max the best in the country, most students do not ques- Office. Submit the application and your resume
"Meet the Masters" tion the quality of the education available here. It by 5 p.m. Friday (Sept. 5). For more information,
Symposium will be Sept. also is one of the least expensive programs in the contact Lewis Hutchison at 392-2087.
13 at the UF Hilton Hotel
and Confeence Fen ter. country and most economical in the state -
and Conference Center.
Presenters will include so cost usually is not a deciding factor.
Kathleen Scanlon, Esq.,
CPR Institute for Dispute
Resolution; Don Peters, Apply by Sept. 15 for Exchange Programs in The
Dispute Resolution; and Netherlands, France, Germany, Poland & Australia
Darryl B. Deaktor, Esq., Apply by 4 p.m. Monday, Sept. 15, for the UF College of Law's
retired partner of White ABA-approved exchanges with Leiden University (The Netherlands),
& Case LLP. The confer- University of Montpellier (France), johann Wolfgang Goethe University
ence fee ($125) includes a (Germany), Monash University (Melbourne, Australia), and Warsaw
copy of the Drafters University (Poland). AII exchange programs are ABA-approved and
Deskbook: Dispute exclusively for UF law students. Participants for both the University of
Resolution Clauses. The Montpellier in France and johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitat in
Florida Bar has approved Germany must be fluent in the language of instruction. (If you are not
the symposium for 4.5 fully fluent, there are opportunities via the host institution to take
CLE hours (includes two language courses to acquire proficiency, and some courses may be taught in English.)
Ethics hours). (Program If you have questions about these or other opportunities overseas, contact Noemar Castro (above, center) in
brochure online at the Office of Student Affairs or e-mail her at castro@law.ufl.edu. Information and applications also are online at
www.law.ufl.edulnewslpdfl www.law.ufp.edulstudentslabroad.
meetmasters.pdf.)

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SCHOLARSHIP & ACTIVITIES
* Associate Professor/Associate Director of the 7th editions of both his casebook and nutshell,
Institute for Dispute Resolution Jonathan R. "Intemational Business Transactions," and 3rd edi-
Cohen was quoted in "The Art of the Anti- tion ofthe nutshell, "Intemational Trade and
Apology" in the September issue of Fast Company. Investment." He has been retained by Bridgestone!
* Chesterfield Smith Professor Nancy E. Dowd Firestone as an expert for 30 cases filed by foreign
published "Law, Culture, and Family: The plaintiffs in Tennessee (home offices of Firestone) in
Transformative Power of Culture and the Limits of e D addition to those he has been working on filed in
Law," in a Chicago-Kent Law Review symposium Texas and Florida. He also moderated two panels on
issue on Law and Cultural Conflict. In addition, intemational letters of credit and trade disputes at
her article, "From Genes, Marriage and Money to the spring meeting of the ABA in Washington, and
Nurture: Redefining Fatherhood," to be published participated in a roundtable discussion on Latin
in the Cardozo Women's Law Journal, was based Americ at the Washington University Law Collegese
on research presented to the Hastings Institute on Am c at thn F. Coos e in
the impact of genetics on concepts of parenthood, Professor Jerold Israel published Criminal Resource Counselor Ai
and is an outgrowth of research presented in her Procedure and the Constitution, 2003 edition (Israel, Kane (left) provides confi-
book, Redefining Fatherhood. She will present a Kamisar & LaFave) and White Collar Crime: Law dential, free counseling
paper on "Race as a Feminist Issue" at a Feminism & Practice, 2nd edition (Israel, Podgor, Borman & and stress reduction serv-
and Legal Theory Workshop at Cornell University Henning). ices including yoga and
School of Law Sept 5-6 along with scholars from Professor Robert Moffat has been elected president meditation classes to
the UK, and another paper at the University of of AMINTAPHIL, the American and largest the law school communi-
Illinois College of Law Sept. 25 on the implica- national section of the International Association
tions of the U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision for Philosophy ofLaw and Social Philosophy ty. She is available in the
,0ni act ta pac and Centae fo oCey*r Gonzlez
on affirmative action. fo lhe ^ rR un a n
on affirmative action. a p e m o en l rMoffat also is a member of the editorial board ofthe Center for Career Services
* Professor Dowd and Professor Kenneth Nunn Archives ofPhilosophy ofLaw and Social Mondays (noon-4 p.m.),
co-authored a study on race and gender at the UF Philosophy, its official publication. Wednesdays (noon-5 p.m.)
College of Law to be published in the UF Journal Associate Dean for Students, Professionalism and and Thursdays (4:30-6
ofLaw andPublic Policy. Community Relations Gail Sasnett and UF law p.m.). Yoga classes are
* Chesterfield Smith Professor Michael W. Gordon gave several students Juan "J.C." Tobia (2L) and Taylor Pancake (iL) were Mondays (6-7 p.m.) in the
lectures in June on the use oftrade, intellectual property, foreign interviewed last week by WCJB-TV 20 about the students' recent Faculty Dining Room.
investment and direct laws in the governance and protection of service in Iraq, and will be featured in a upcoming story in The Meditation classes are
culture in Florence, Italy. He has signed with West to write the Florida Bar News. Thursdays (6:30-7:45
p.m.) off-campus. Contact
her at alikane@ufl.edu
for information.
responsible for the lives and fortunes of one's
clients." Westlaw News

Education Students can print
cases and other materials
Patricia B.A., Swarthmore College; M.A., University from Westlaw free-of-
of Pennsylvania; J.D. (cum laude), Georgetown charge by selecting the
E. Dilley University; LL.M., Boston University. stand-alone printer for the
second-floor Bruton-Geer
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Social Security, Deferred Compensation, The new UF Westlaw
Individual Income/Corporate Taxation, Account Manager is Derek
International Taxation, Advanced Employee Moreton (derek.moreton
@thomson.com). Student
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View on the Profession representatives also are
Former staff: U.S. House Ways & Means available to educate and
"The legal profession is charged with protect- Committee and Social Security Subcommittee train students, faculty and
ing both clients and society we as lawyers are (Director, Chief Counsel.) administrators to use
responsible for advocating the interests of our Westlaw. Contact the fol-
clients, but only within a framework of law that What You May Not Know lowing for information or
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lawyers, and for law teachers preparing students on quilts and other projects. I particularly like Heather Runyan
to be ethical and accomplished members of the doing quilts for charity, and have sent quilts to (hrunyan@ufl.edu)
profession. I feel so fortunate to be a law teacher, refugees in Kosovo and to children of victims of Kris Powell
to be able to work with enthusiastic students in the September 11, 2001, attacks." (krisspe@uf.edu)
the classroom, to write and pursue my research Kevin Murch (kevin-
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SCHOLARSHIP & ACTIVITIES
* Associate Professor/Associate Director of the 7th editions of both his casebook and nutshell,
Institute for Dispute Resolution Jonathan R. "Intemational Business Transactions," and 3rd edi-
Cohen was quoted in "The Art of the Anti- tion ofthe nutshell, "Intemational Trade and
Apology" in the September issue of Fast Company. Investment." He has been retained by Bridgestone!
* Chesterfield Smith Professor Nancy E. Dowd Firestone as an expert for 30 cases filed by foreign
published "Law, Culture, and Family: The plaintiffs in Tennessee (home offices of Firestone) in
Transformative Power of Culture and the Limits of e D addition to those he has been working on filed in
Law," in a Chicago-Kent Law Review symposium Texas and Florida. He also moderated two panels on
issue on Law and Cultural Conflict. In addition, intemational letters of credit and trade disputes at
her article, "From Genes, Marriage and Money to the spring meeting of the ABA in Washington, and
Nurture: Redefining Fatherhood," to be published participated in a roundtable discussion on Latin
in the Cardozo Women's Law Journal, was based Americ at the Washington University Law Collegese
on research presented to the Hastings Institute on Am c at thn F. Coos e in
the impact of genetics on concepts of parenthood, Professor Jerold Israel published Criminal Resource Counselor Ai
and is an outgrowth of research presented in her Procedure and the Constitution, 2003 edition (Israel, Kane (left) provides confi-
book, Redefining Fatherhood. She will present a Kamisar & LaFave) and White Collar Crime: Law dential, free counseling
paper on "Race as a Feminist Issue" at a Feminism & Practice, 2nd edition (Israel, Podgor, Borman & and stress reduction serv-
and Legal Theory Workshop at Cornell University Henning). ices including yoga and
School of Law Sept 5-6 along with scholars from Professor Robert Moffat has been elected president meditation classes to
the UK, and another paper at the University of of AMINTAPHIL, the American and largest the law school communi-
Illinois College of Law Sept. 25 on the implica- national section of the International Association
tions of the U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision for Philosophy ofLaw and Social Philosophy ty. She is available in the
,0ni act ta pac and Centae fo oCey*r Gonzlez
on affirmative action. fo lhe ^ rR un a n
on affirmative action. a p e m o en l rMoffat also is a member of the editorial board ofthe Center for Career Services
* Professor Dowd and Professor Kenneth Nunn Archives ofPhilosophy ofLaw and Social Mondays (noon-4 p.m.),
co-authored a study on race and gender at the UF Philosophy, its official publication. Wednesdays (noon-5 p.m.)
College of Law to be published in the UF Journal Associate Dean for Students, Professionalism and and Thursdays (4:30-6
ofLaw andPublic Policy. Community Relations Gail Sasnett and UF law p.m.). Yoga classes are
* Chesterfield Smith Professor Michael W. Gordon gave several students Juan "J.C." Tobia (2L) and Taylor Pancake (iL) were Mondays (6-7 p.m.) in the
lectures in June on the use oftrade, intellectual property, foreign interviewed last week by WCJB-TV 20 about the students' recent Faculty Dining Room.
investment and direct laws in the governance and protection of service in Iraq, and will be featured in a upcoming story in The Meditation classes are
culture in Florence, Italy. He has signed with West to write the Florida Bar News. Thursdays (6:30-7:45
p.m.) off-campus. Contact
her at alikane@ufl.edu
for information.
responsible for the lives and fortunes of one's
clients." Westlaw News

Education Students can print
cases and other materials
Patricia B.A., Swarthmore College; M.A., University from Westlaw free-of-
of Pennsylvania; J.D. (cum laude), Georgetown charge by selecting the
E. Dilley University; LL.M., Boston University. stand-alone printer for the
second-floor Bruton-Geer
Professor Expertise/Background Computer Lab.
Social Security, Deferred Compensation, The new UF Westlaw
Individual Income/Corporate Taxation, Account Manager is Derek
International Taxation, Advanced Employee Moreton (derek.moreton
@thomson.com). Student
Benefit Law, Retirement Income Policy.
View on the Profession representatives also are
Former staff: U.S. House Ways & Means available to educate and
"The legal profession is charged with protect- Committee and Social Security Subcommittee train students, faculty and
ing both clients and society we as lawyers are (Director, Chief Counsel.) administrators to use
responsible for advocating the interests of our Westlaw. Contact the fol-
clients, but only within a framework of law that What You May Not Know lowing for information or
protects the interests of society. It's an interesting "I am a quilter, and spend a lot of time to schedule a session:
balancing act that poses serious challenges for sewing and doing machine and hand embroidery Lisset Gonzalez
(lissetg@ufl.edu)
lawyers, and for law teachers preparing students on quilts and other projects. I particularly like Heather Runyan
to be ethical and accomplished members of the doing quilts for charity, and have sent quilts to (hrunyan@ufl.edu)
profession. I feel so fortunate to be a law teacher, refugees in Kosovo and to children of victims of Kris Powell
to be able to work with enthusiastic students in the September 11, 2001, attacks." (krisspe@uf.edu)
the classroom, to write and pursue my research Kevin Murch (kevin-
murch@yahoo.com)
interests, and, above all, to try to impart to Go to www.law.ufledu/faculty/for a murch@yahoo.com)
Angelique Knox
students the sense of what it's like to be complete resume and list of publications. (knox@ufl.edu)

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To Submit News Biruce M. Harris, Esq. Jurisprudence
FlaLaw is published Employment Discrimination Bill Hoppe, Esq.
each week school is in John W Campbell, Esq. Land Use Planning & Control
each week scol Estate Planning Goodlette, Coleman &
session. Submit news by C. Randolph & Cheryl R. Johnson, PA
10 a.m. Tuesday for next Coleman Legal Accounting
week's newsletter to Edward F. Koren, Esq. D Brett Hendee, PA
Editor Debra Amirin, (endowed) Mediation
Estates & Trusts James F. Page Jr. /
Director of Institutional Jones, Foster, Johnston & Page Mediation
Information & oBook Awards recognize Greenberg Foundation Stubbs, PA Negotiaion
Publications Office of the t student in each Louis K. Rosenbloum, Esq. Evidence J. Joaquin Fraxedas, Esq.
Administrative Affairs, at curse while providing Child, Parent & State Clarke, Silverglate, Campbell, Professional Responsibility
amirin@law.ufl.edu, essential unrestrcted funds The Hon. Frederick A. Hazouri Williams & Montgomery, PA & The Legal Profession
& The Hon. Barbara J. Pariente Class of 1955 (Reunion Gifi) Bedell, Dittmar, DeVault,
phone 392-9238, for law students, student Civil Procedure Roy B. "Skip" Dalton Jr., Esq. Pillans & Coxe, PA
fax 392-8727, or bring a organizations, faculty and MKenzie & Taylor, PA Gray, Harris & Robinson Dean, Mead, Egerton,
disk (PC format, text in programs. Awards are spon- Warner, Fox, Wackeen, (endowed) Bloodworth, Capouano &
WordPefect or Wod sored for a five-year period Dungey, Seeley, Sweet & Federal Courts Bozarth, PA in memory
W Perfect or W for $2,000 annually or Beard, LLP F. Wallace Pope Jr., Esq. ofAndy Fredricks (endowed)
include contact informa- $40,000 gift, pledge or Civil Tax Procedure Federal Practice Doug & Jack Milne
tion) to the Dean's Office, bequest to endow it in per- R. Lawrence Heinkel, Esq. Stephen B. Gillman, Esq. Hill, Ward & Henderson, PA
264 Holland Hall. petuity. For information, Constitutional Law Florida Administrative Law Property
Submit news for contact the Office of Patrick E. Geraghty, PA Lawrence E. & Cathy M. Professor Emeritus Mandell
thDevelopment & Alumni Kenneth R. Johnson & Sellers Glicksberg, established by
The Docket to thAffairs at 392-9296. Kimberly Leach Johnson Foreign Tax Law Andrew C. Hall, Esq. & James
Marshall Bar Association Dean Robert Jerry will Contraets Robert F. Hudson, Esq. A. Hauser, Esq. (endowed)
(jmbadocket@yahoo.com, present plaques to recipients Foley & Lardner Health Law Torts
147 BGH, 392-0498). at an awards ceremony Oct. Richard C. Grant (Class of Michael J. McNerney, Esq. High, Stack, Palahach &
3 at 4 p.m. in Bruton-Geer 1972) in honor of Professor Income Taxation Cruanes
Administration atea. (ionsors invited Emest Jones Ward, Rovell & Van Eepoel, PA Paul Linder, Esq.
dmi nista ) ation aus wil be Corporate Finance Income Taxation of Estates & Trial Advocacy
Robert Jerry, Dean i udent Aas Arnold L. Greenfield, Esq. Trusts Bil Bone, Esq.
available n Student Affars Creditors' Remedies & Emmanuel, Sheppard & Trial Practice
Michael Friel, Associate thereafter. Bankruptcy Condon, PA Milton, Leach, Whitman,
Dean for Acadeic Affairs Current Book Award Jeffrey W Warren, Esq. Intellectual Property D'Andrea, Charek & Milton
Stuart Cohn, Associate sponsors include: Criminal Law Lott & Friedland, PA Nolan Carter, PA
Dean for International Advanced Bankruptcy Anthony S. Battaglia, Esq. Intellectual Property Litigation Professor Emeritus Hayford O.
Stichter, Riedel, Blain & Criminal Procedure Police Feldman Gale & Weber, PA Enwall Memorial (1906-1993),
Studies Prosser, PA & Police Practices International Business established by Peter C. K.
William Page, Associate Appellate Advocacy Linnes Finney Jr., Esq. Transactions Enwall, Esq. (endowed)
Dean for Faculty D Bruce Rogow/Rogow John C. & Tifi Bierley Rossman & Baumberger
Shook, Hardy & Bacon
Development Spring 2003 Book Award Recipients Monte J. Tillis Jr Memorial
Kathleen "Kathie" Price (endowed)
Katheen "athe" ri Administrative Law Clinic Prep. Pro Se Evidence B Legal Drafting E k rson ohnson
Associate Dean for Library Daniel C. Irick Danielle R. Burns Jake Ramsey Williams Lisset Gonzalez a, Laro o o
and Technology Adv. Envir. Law & Complex Criminal Invest. Family LawA Legal Drafting G Workers' Compensation
Litigation Kristine T Rolfes John B. Merchant, Ryan Daniel Circel Irick & Other Employment Rights
Gail Sasnett, Associate Pamela J. Hatley Constitutional Law 1 Matthew Schwartz, Thomas Legal Drafting I Rosenthal & Weissman, PA
Dean for Students, Adv. Prob. in Bankruptcy Cory Leonard Andrews B. Sherod, Shelley G. Cheryl Amanda Priest
Lisa M. Wolgast Constitutional Law 2 Mirpuri, Allison Joy Paige, Legal Drafting J
Professionalism and Agricultural Law & Policy Janelle Weber Sabrina Lopez, Janie E. Eric M. Polsky
Community Relations Megan A. Odroniec Contracts 2 Toner & Nadia Anac Legal Res. & Writing A Academic & event calendars Online
Antitrust Eric Grill Family Law B Amanda H. Sundarsingh at www.law.ufl.edu.
Patrick Shannon, Christopher Maloney Copyrights Aaron Lee Moore Legal Res. & Writing C
Associate Dean for App. Advocacy A Joshua Brown First Amendment Law Ariadna D. Hemandez September
Administrative Affairs Melissa A. Register Corp. Finance & Reorg. Allison Joy Paige Medical Malpractice 2 R w Mti 6
App. Advocacy B Juan Miguel Diaz Florida Con. Law Mary E. MeyersRevew Meetng, 6:30 p.m., 190A
Linda Calvert Hanson, Cara F. Muroff& Corporate Taxation Megan Jennifer Ellis Prof. Responsibility 1 Holland Hall
Assistt D n fr Megan C. Sladek Ryan M. Schwartz Future Interests Justin R. Smith 3 Monday Classes Meet,
ssista ea or App. Advocacy C Corporations A Jill Kristen Graham Prof. Responsibility 2 Wednesday Class Cancelled
Career Services Scott R. Bauries Allison Joy Paige Income Taxation A Laura Ellen Murray ELUS/Environ. Moot Court
Richard Ludwick, App. Advocacy D Corporations B James Lee Marsh Property 2 Meeting, 11:30-12:50 p.m.,
Elizabeth Outler & Cheryl Amanda Priest Income Taxation B Dayna Brooke Harmelin & Auditorium
Assistant Dean for Michael Lloyd Rhey Credit Rem. & Bankruptcy Thomas McLaughlin Diane Lourdes Dick
Students Bioethics & the Law Christopher Klemawesch Intellectual Property Torts 1 F]IL Meeting, 5 p.m., Auditorium
Mary E. Meyers Crim. Pro. Police Practice Survey Monica Vila Interviewing Skills Workshop,
Michael Patrick, Business Organizations Steven Douglas Knox CherylAmanda Priest Torts 2 noon-1 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
Assistant Dean for Heidi Anne Nixon Crim. Pro. Adversary International Human Todd Clifford Brister Moot Court Q& A, 6-7 p.m.,
Child, Parent, & the State Courmney C. Walsh Rights Trial Practice A 190C Holland Hall
Admissions Charles T. Vocelle & Megan Criminal Law 1 Kevin Daniel Slattery & Lua Mellman, Stanley
Jennifer Ellis Justin R. Smith Elizabeth Crowder Bames, Michael Edward 4 I Forum & Elections, noon,
Civil Procedure 1 Criminal Law 2 International Let. & Arb. McCabe, BryanA. Lowe, Bailey Courtroom

Theodore R. Howell Environmental Law: International Trade L. Becker, 5 Fees Due, 1:30 p.m. at law
Civil Procedure 2 Toxics- NEPA Shireen Hormozdi Trial Practice B school, 3:30 at Criser Hall or
Dayna Brooke Harmelin & CERCLA Land Use Planning Juliana T Canales, Heidi pay online (www.isis.ull.edu)
VI Civil Clinic-Pro Se Anne Debailleul James Edward Walson Anne Nixon, Xavier J.
Beverly Pascoe, Dana Estates & Trusts Legal Drafting B Jackman & Andrew J. Faculty Enrichment, Dean lerry,
M.Gryniuk, Alexis Anne Irna Y Dmitrieva Whalen John Kuller McLaughlin Noon, Faculty Dining Room
UNIVERSJTY OF FLORIDA Calleja & Melissa Fernandez European Comm. Law Legal Drafting D White Collar Crime Career Services' Mock Interview
Honoring hpast, sping the fitre Damon Elliott Gasser CindyAnn Clenney Lawrence S. McDowell Program (Sept. 5-12)

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Eminent Domain & Takings (endowed)
To Submit News Biruce M. Harris, Esq. Jurisprudence
FlaLaw is published Employment Discrimination Bill Hoppe, Esq.
each week school is in John W Campbell, Esq. Land Use Planning & Control
each week scol Estate Planning Goodlette, Coleman &
session. Submit news by C. Randolph & Cheryl R. Johnson, PA
10 a.m. Tuesday for next Coleman Legal Accounting
week's newsletter to Edward F. Koren, Esq. D Brett Hendee, PA
Editor Debra Amirin, (endowed) Mediation
Estates & Trusts James F. Page Jr. /
Director of Institutional Jones, Foster, Johnston & Page Mediation
Information & oBook Awards recognize Greenberg Foundation Stubbs, PA Negotiaion
Publications Office of the t student in each Louis K. Rosenbloum, Esq. Evidence J. Joaquin Fraxedas, Esq.
Administrative Affairs, at curse while providing Child, Parent & State Clarke, Silverglate, Campbell, Professional Responsibility
amirin@law.ufl.edu, essential unrestrcted funds The Hon. Frederick A. Hazouri Williams & Montgomery, PA & The Legal Profession
& The Hon. Barbara J. Pariente Class of 1955 (Reunion Gifi) Bedell, Dittmar, DeVault,
phone 392-9238, for law students, student Civil Procedure Roy B. "Skip" Dalton Jr., Esq. Pillans & Coxe, PA
fax 392-8727, or bring a organizations, faculty and MKenzie & Taylor, PA Gray, Harris & Robinson Dean, Mead, Egerton,
disk (PC format, text in programs. Awards are spon- Warner, Fox, Wackeen, (endowed) Bloodworth, Capouano &
WordPefect or Wod sored for a five-year period Dungey, Seeley, Sweet & Federal Courts Bozarth, PA in memory
W Perfect or W for $2,000 annually or Beard, LLP F. Wallace Pope Jr., Esq. ofAndy Fredricks (endowed)
include contact informa- $40,000 gift, pledge or Civil Tax Procedure Federal Practice Doug & Jack Milne
tion) to the Dean's Office, bequest to endow it in per- R. Lawrence Heinkel, Esq. Stephen B. Gillman, Esq. Hill, Ward & Henderson, PA
264 Holland Hall. petuity. For information, Constitutional Law Florida Administrative Law Property
Submit news for contact the Office of Patrick E. Geraghty, PA Lawrence E. & Cathy M. Professor Emeritus Mandell
thDevelopment & Alumni Kenneth R. Johnson & Sellers Glicksberg, established by
The Docket to thAffairs at 392-9296. Kimberly Leach Johnson Foreign Tax Law Andrew C. Hall, Esq. & James
Marshall Bar Association Dean Robert Jerry will Contraets Robert F. Hudson, Esq. A. Hauser, Esq. (endowed)
(jmbadocket@yahoo.com, present plaques to recipients Foley & Lardner Health Law Torts
147 BGH, 392-0498). at an awards ceremony Oct. Richard C. Grant (Class of Michael J. McNerney, Esq. High, Stack, Palahach &
3 at 4 p.m. in Bruton-Geer 1972) in honor of Professor Income Taxation Cruanes
Administration atea. (ionsors invited Emest Jones Ward, Rovell & Van Eepoel, PA Paul Linder, Esq.
dmi nista ) ation aus wil be Corporate Finance Income Taxation of Estates & Trial Advocacy
Robert Jerry, Dean i udent Aas Arnold L. Greenfield, Esq. Trusts Bil Bone, Esq.
available n Student Affars Creditors' Remedies & Emmanuel, Sheppard & Trial Practice
Michael Friel, Associate thereafter. Bankruptcy Condon, PA Milton, Leach, Whitman,
Dean for Acadeic Affairs Current Book Award Jeffrey W Warren, Esq. Intellectual Property D'Andrea, Charek & Milton
Stuart Cohn, Associate sponsors include: Criminal Law Lott & Friedland, PA Nolan Carter, PA
Dean for International Advanced Bankruptcy Anthony S. Battaglia, Esq. Intellectual Property Litigation Professor Emeritus Hayford O.
Stichter, Riedel, Blain & Criminal Procedure Police Feldman Gale & Weber, PA Enwall Memorial (1906-1993),
Studies Prosser, PA & Police Practices International Business established by Peter C. K.
William Page, Associate Appellate Advocacy Linnes Finney Jr., Esq. Transactions Enwall, Esq. (endowed)
Dean for Faculty D Bruce Rogow/Rogow John C. & Tifi Bierley Rossman & Baumberger
Shook, Hardy & Bacon
Development Spring 2003 Book Award Recipients Monte J. Tillis Jr Memorial
Kathleen "Kathie" Price (endowed)
Katheen "athe" ri Administrative Law Clinic Prep. Pro Se Evidence B Legal Drafting E k rson ohnson
Associate Dean for Library Daniel C. Irick Danielle R. Burns Jake Ramsey Williams Lisset Gonzalez a, Laro o o
and Technology Adv. Envir. Law & Complex Criminal Invest. Family LawA Legal Drafting G Workers' Compensation
Litigation Kristine T Rolfes John B. Merchant, Ryan Daniel Circel Irick & Other Employment Rights
Gail Sasnett, Associate Pamela J. Hatley Constitutional Law 1 Matthew Schwartz, Thomas Legal Drafting I Rosenthal & Weissman, PA
Dean for Students, Adv. Prob. in Bankruptcy Cory Leonard Andrews B. Sherod, Shelley G. Cheryl Amanda Priest
Lisa M. Wolgast Constitutional Law 2 Mirpuri, Allison Joy Paige, Legal Drafting J
Professionalism and Agricultural Law & Policy Janelle Weber Sabrina Lopez, Janie E. Eric M. Polsky
Community Relations Megan A. Odroniec Contracts 2 Toner & Nadia Anac Legal Res. & Writing A Academic & event calendars Online
Antitrust Eric Grill Family Law B Amanda H. Sundarsingh at www.law.ufl.edu.
Patrick Shannon, Christopher Maloney Copyrights Aaron Lee Moore Legal Res. & Writing C
Associate Dean for App. Advocacy A Joshua Brown First Amendment Law Ariadna D. Hemandez September
Administrative Affairs Melissa A. Register Corp. Finance & Reorg. Allison Joy Paige Medical Malpractice 2 R w Mti 6
App. Advocacy B Juan Miguel Diaz Florida Con. Law Mary E. MeyersRevew Meetng, 6:30 p.m., 190A
Linda Calvert Hanson, Cara F. Muroff& Corporate Taxation Megan Jennifer Ellis Prof. Responsibility 1 Holland Hall
Assistt D n fr Megan C. Sladek Ryan M. Schwartz Future Interests Justin R. Smith 3 Monday Classes Meet,
ssista ea or App. Advocacy C Corporations A Jill Kristen Graham Prof. Responsibility 2 Wednesday Class Cancelled
Career Services Scott R. Bauries Allison Joy Paige Income Taxation A Laura Ellen Murray ELUS/Environ. Moot Court
Richard Ludwick, App. Advocacy D Corporations B James Lee Marsh Property 2 Meeting, 11:30-12:50 p.m.,
Elizabeth Outler & Cheryl Amanda Priest Income Taxation B Dayna Brooke Harmelin & Auditorium
Assistant Dean for Michael Lloyd Rhey Credit Rem. & Bankruptcy Thomas McLaughlin Diane Lourdes Dick
Students Bioethics & the Law Christopher Klemawesch Intellectual Property Torts 1 F]IL Meeting, 5 p.m., Auditorium
Mary E. Meyers Crim. Pro. Police Practice Survey Monica Vila Interviewing Skills Workshop,
Michael Patrick, Business Organizations Steven Douglas Knox CherylAmanda Priest Torts 2 noon-1 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
Assistant Dean for Heidi Anne Nixon Crim. Pro. Adversary International Human Todd Clifford Brister Moot Court Q& A, 6-7 p.m.,
Child, Parent, & the State Courmney C. Walsh Rights Trial Practice A 190C Holland Hall
Admissions Charles T. Vocelle & Megan Criminal Law 1 Kevin Daniel Slattery & Lua Mellman, Stanley
Jennifer Ellis Justin R. Smith Elizabeth Crowder Bames, Michael Edward 4 I Forum & Elections, noon,
Civil Procedure 1 Criminal Law 2 International Let. & Arb. McCabe, BryanA. Lowe, Bailey Courtroom

Theodore R. Howell Environmental Law: International Trade L. Becker, 5 Fees Due, 1:30 p.m. at law
Civil Procedure 2 Toxics- NEPA Shireen Hormozdi Trial Practice B school, 3:30 at Criser Hall or
Dayna Brooke Harmelin & CERCLA Land Use Planning Juliana T Canales, Heidi pay online (www.isis.ull.edu)
VI Civil Clinic-Pro Se Anne Debailleul James Edward Walson Anne Nixon, Xavier J.
Beverly Pascoe, Dana Estates & Trusts Legal Drafting B Jackman & Andrew J. Faculty Enrichment, Dean lerry,
M.Gryniuk, Alexis Anne Irna Y Dmitrieva Whalen John Kuller McLaughlin Noon, Faculty Dining Room
UNIVERSJTY OF FLORIDA Calleja & Melissa Fernandez European Comm. Law Legal Drafting D White Collar Crime Career Services' Mock Interview
Honoring hpast, sping the fitre Damon Elliott Gasser CindyAnn Clenney Lawrence S. McDowell Program (Sept. 5-12)

8