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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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Table of Contents
    Student organization fair Wednesday on concourse
        Page 1
    Career services
        Page 2
    Announcements
        Page 3
    Tryouts Tuesday for trial team
        Page 4
    UF Law calendar
        Page 4
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Learn how you can gain experience, network, help others & have fun

Student Organization Fair Wednesday on Concourse

The concourse will fill with tables manned by EXTRACURRICULAR ORGANI ZATI 0 N
representatives from the Levin College of Law's American Bar Florida Toastmasters
many student organizations this Wednesday (Sept. Association/Law Health Law Association
Student Division
10), 10 a.m.-2 p.m. The Student Organization Fair S uenal Lvisio Intellectual Property & 'Meet the Masters'
is hosted by the Law College Council (LCC) at Areion Foundation Associatioo aw This Saturday
the beginning of each semester to help students Asian- & Pacific-American International Law Society The Institute for
explore opportunities available to them through Law Students Association Jewish Law Students Dispute Resolution's
group activities. For student organization descrip- *Association for Public Association Fourth Annual Upchurch
tions and links, go online to www law.ufl.edu/ Interest Law John Marshall Bar Watson White & Max
SAssociation of Future Association "Meet the Masters"
students/organizations/. To join or start a student Litigators Lambda Legal Alliance Symposium is this
organization, contact Student Affairs or the group Association of Trial Law Association of Women Saturday (Sept. 13) at
representative. Lawyers Law Colege Council the UF Hilton Hotel and
SBlack Law Students
CO-CURRICULAR ORGANIZATIONS Association W George Law School Democrats Conference Center.
Participation is based on academic achievement, Allen Chapter Law School Republicans Presenters will include
writing skills andlor open competitions. To participate Caribbean Law Student Levin Labor & Kathleen Scanlon, Esq.,
and earn credit in co-curricular activities with the Association Employment Law Alliance CPR Institute for Dispute
exception of the International Arbitration Moot Court Christian Legal Society Mediation & Negotiation Resolution; Don Peters,
Team students must be in their third full semester Criminal Law Association Association Director of UFs Center
of law school. Students earn a maximum of three cred- Entertainment, Arts & Music Law Conference for Dispute Resolution
its for participation in one organization, and no more Sports Law Society Phi Alpha Delta (above); and Darryl B.
than four credits total. Environmental & Land Phi Delta Phi Deaktor, Esq., retired
* Florida Journal of InternationalLaw publishes scholarly Use Law Society Real Property Group partner of White & Case
works with global perspectives by students, professors and Estates & Trusts and Elder Spanish American Law LLP. The conference fee
practitioners on public and private intemational law topics Law Society Students Association ($125) includes a copy of
once per year. Family Law Society St. Thomas Moore Society the Drafters Deskbook:
* Florida Law Review includes articles by legal scholars and Federal Bar Association (Catholic) Dispute Resolution
works by students on various areas of the law. Published up Federalist Society Volunteer Income Tax Clauses. The Florida Bar
to five times a year. Assistance has approved the sympo-
* Jessup Moot Court Team is a competitive arbitra- sium for 4.5 CLE hours
tion organization that explores issues of public inter- (includes two Ethics
national law and intemational humanitarian law and hours). Program brochure
competes in national and intemational competitions. online at www.Iaw.ufl.edu
* Journal of Law & Public Policy is a bi-annual, Inewslpdf/meet masters.
interdisciplinary University of Florida graduate stu- pdf.
dent publication devoted to public policy implica-
tions of legal issues. Students publish two issues a
year and sponsor a spring symposium. Its members
include law, joint degree and UF graduate students.
* Journal of Technology Law & Policy is a student-
edited joumal (also online) that publishes articles
focused on legal and policy aspects of technology
issues.
* Justice Campbell Thornal Moot Court Team
named for the late Florida Supreme Court justice
and UF law alumnus participates in intramural, UNIVERSITY OF
state and national appellate competitions. FLORIDA
* Trial Competition Team competes in intramural,
state, regional and national competitions. Fredric G. Levin College of Law

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CAREER SERVICES

Is OCI Right for You?
On-Campus Interviewing (OCI) is one of
onmany ways law students find jobs. However, most
* A College of Design, employers visiting UF for fall OCI are large law
Construction & Planning firns, and if that is not where you want to work,
student is conducting a OCI may not be for you.
survey here to assess Career Services recommends that students
your needs and solicit review the list of employers coming on campus,
opinions about the design
opinions about the design then perform a self-assessment to determine if
for the college's new
facilities. The survey is going through OCI is righ for them. If you are
optional, and takes 10-15 confused about OCI or your career goals in gener-
minutes. Free drinks and al, make an appointment with a Career Services r e l
snacks for participants. professional today to discuss your future. a Cla pr aretr
* On the west, the new If you do choose to participate in Phase 1
"Orange" parking lot is
available and old lot is OCI, be aware that employers are beginning to
closed. (Cars parked send their selections to Career Services. Check onree ri m ifr
there towed at owner eAttorney.com under the "Career" tab, then etr t he a e Sr
expense.) "OCI+" then "Student Open Sign Up" to view r, im lt n
Details, images, maps and those who selected you for an interview. Sign up L o et son e e
more are online at www.
more arue onaline at u w for interviews is first-come, first-served, so
ufspace.ufl.edulfpcwebl
viewprj.jsp?prj=l 032. check often. Phase 2 bidding is Thursday (Sept.
Contact Associate Dean for 11) through midnight Monday, Sept. 15. (No
Administrative Affairs exceptions for students who miss this deadline.) e r f rent in
Patrick Shannon (392- Contact Career Services for information.
9238) regarding facilities-
related questions or Explore Government Careers,
concerns. Justice Deadline Sept. 15 preferences.
An alternative to working for a large firm is Review the employer's Web site as well as material on file in
Apply by Sept. 1 5 working for the goverment. If you are interested binders outside the Center for Career Services.
fo Alumni Council in opporuniies wih he federal govermnen Prepare in advance so you will be able to ask thoughtful
for Alumni Council in opportunities with the federal government,
questions during your interview.
Spring '04 graduating Career Services offers an excellent comprehensive Be prepared to discuss your resume. Be certain it contains a
students can stay in touch
students can stay in touch resource guide in hard copy and online. Don't current address and telephone number, and mention any
with classmatesr adaon delay, the odeadline to apply to the .. changes at the time of the interview. (Bring updated resume
leagues afte graduation delay, the deadline to apply to the U.. if warranted.)
- and help improve and Department of Justice is Sept. 15. Have copies of your current transcript and brief (10-page)
represent the law school UF Cawreer howcaseSept. 17-18 writing sample available, and be prepared to discuss them.
- through service on the UF Career Showcase Sept. 17-18
Law Alumni Council. Students interested in alternatives to tradition- Join Career Services Committee
This volunteer board is al legal careers should attend the University of Students and student organization representa-
comprised of more than Florida's annual fall Career Showcase Sept. 17-18, tives are encouraged to join the Career Services
250 alumni representing 9 a.m.-3 p.m., in the O'Connell Center. For infor- Committee. The committee will meet with new
each graduating class. It
assists with fund raising, mation, go to www.crc.ufl.edu/showcase and click Assistant Dean Linda Calvert Hanson every other
reunions, alumni outreach on "Event Details." week to provide input to Career Services on how
programs and student 'Interviewing Etiquette' Tips best to serve all UF law students. Sign up today in
support, and third-year Career Services.
student members coordi- Recruiting coordinators from Carlton Fields
nate the Graduating Class presented a program last week on Interviewing Also in September
Gift program. Etiquette. (The program was videotaped and is What the Heck Does Career Services Do?
To apply, bring your available for viewing in the Media Center.) Friday (Sept. 12), noon, Bailey Courtroom
resume to the Dean's Second Career Workshop,
Suite (264 Holland Hall) by Valuable tips on preparation for interviews Sept. 16, noon, Bailey Courtroom
Monday, Sept. 15, marked on- and off-campus included: Spring Externship Informational Meeting,
to the attention of Kori Only request interviews with employers in whom you have a Sept. 23 & 26 at noon; Sept. 24 at 4 p.m.; Bailey Courtroom
Carr. Only O10 students genuine interest.
may serve, so don't delay. Be realistie about whether your academic credentials and Also check for Career Services events online
experience fit with an employer's specified qualifications or at www. law. ufl.edu/calendar/.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS *

Academic Success Program and Thursdays (4:30-6 pm.), or call 392-0499 for
The Office of Student Affairs' Academic an appointment. She also offers classes in Hatha
Success Program is free and open to law students, Yoga (Mondays, 6-7 p.m., Faculty Dining Room)
and is designed to assist with preparation for class- and meditation (Thursdays, 6:30-7:45 p.m., Apply This Week
es and exams through skills workshops and help off-campus, call her for locations). to Study in The
from a writing specialist and resource counselor. SALSA Board Meeting Netherlands,
* Skills Workshops last an hour, and will be held at The Spanish American Law Students France, Germany,
2 p.m in the auditorium on the following dates & Association will hold a general board meeting this Poland or Australia
topics: Thursday (Sept. 11), 5:30 p.m., 190C Holland Apply by 4 p.m. next
Sept. 8, Is Now the Time to Study for Exams? Hall. All are welcome. Refreshments served. Monday (Sept. 15) to
Sept. 22, Professionalism = Success study abroad through a UF
Oct. 6, Reverse Engineering Exams JLPP Open Writing Competition College of Law exchange
Oct. 20, Exam Preparation: Writing to Succeed The Journal ofLaw and Public Policy invites program with Leiden
third- and fourth-semester students o enter is Fal University (The
Nov. 3, No Time for Stress! rd- and fourth-semester students to enter its Fall Netherlands), University of
For more information, contact Student Affairs 2003 Open Writing Competition. JLPP enables Montpellier (France),
Assistant Dean Richard Ludwick (392-0421). students to develop research and writing skills and Johann Wolfgang Goethe
SeWitin S iais Lis R ais am credit in the context of the campus' only University (Germany),
* Writing Specialist Lois Randolph assists i-e,,1^ ;
SWiuis b appoin cad i i interdisciplinary journal. The first informational Warsaw University
students by appointment call 392-2198 on (Poland) or Monash
meeting is Thursday (Sept. 11), 5:30 p.m., 292
assignments and writing skills. Her office hours in meet s Thursday ( 11) 5:30 292 University (Melbourne,
105L Bruton-Geer Hall (clinic area) are Holland Hall. Interested students are encouraged Australia). AII are ABA-
to attend. approved and exclusively
Wednesdays and Fridays, beginning at 8:15 a.m. to attenroved and exclusvely
for UF law students.
She will present workshops at noon in the auditori- BLSA Firm Workshop Saturday (Applicants for programs
um Sept. 10, 17 & 24 and Oct. 1, 8, 15 & 22. The W George Allen Chapter of the Black Law in France and Germany
* Resource Counselor Ali Kane (see below) pro- Students Association (BLSA) will hold its annual should be fluent in lan-
vides free, confidential counseling on a diverse workshop, "Starting and Maintaining Your Own guage of instruction. If
range of topics, including time and stress manage- Firm," this Saturday (Sept. 13), 9-11 a.m., Faculty you are not fully fluent,
there are opportunities via
ment, personal growth, relationships, transitions, Dining Room. Speakers: W George Allen, Esq., Law the host institution to
grief and loss, addictions and family dynamics. Her Office of W George Allen, Fort Lauderdale; Johanne take language courses to
hours in the Center for Career Services are Foster, Esq.; Law Office of Johanne Foster, LLC, acquire proficiency, and
Mondays (noon-4 p.m.), Wednesdays (noon-5 p.m.) Davie; Daryl Parks, Esq., Parks & Crump, LLC, some courses may be
(Announcements Continue Page 4) taught in English.)
If you have questions
about these or other
ee international opportuni-
nd ties, contact Noemar
Castro in the Office of
Student Affairs or e-mail
her at castro@law.
ufl.edu. Detailed informa-
tion and applications are
online at www.Iaw.ufl.
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Get Your News (Announcements, Continued) tion between member organizations. LCC is open
in FlaLaw Tallahassee; and Bruce Smith, Esq., Law Offices of to all students, and meets weekly from 6-8 p.m. in
FlaLaw is published Bruce Smith, Gainesville. Business attire required. 296 Holland Hall. General board meetings will be
each week school is in For information: BLSA Career Services Committee held today (Sept. 8) & Sept. 22, Oct. 6 & 20, and
session. E-mail news by Chair Stephanie Mickle (micklesm@ufl.edu). Nov. 3 & 17. Executive board meetings will be
10 a.m. Tuesday for the held Sept. 15 & 29, Oct. 13 & 27, and Nov. 10.
next week's newsletter to Tryouts Tuesday for Trial Team For information: LCC President Justin
Director of Institutional Trial Team offers numerous opportunities to Flippen (gatorlaw78@aol.com) or Vice President
Information & gain valuable experience, and UF's team is one of
Publications Debra Amirin gain valuable experence, and UF's team s one of Samantha Powers (gtrsami@yahoo. com).
at amirin@law.ufl.edu or the country's best. Interested third- and fourth-
at amirin@law.ufl.edu or
bring a disk (PC format, semester students should attend the Trial Team Minority Scholarships Available
include contact informa- informational meeting Tuesday (Sept. 9), 5 p.m., Foley & Lardner is accepting applications for
tion) to her office in the 292 Holland Hall. Competition packets will be their Minority Scholarship Program from first year
Dean's Suite, 264 Holland available for purchase immediately after the meet- minority students. Applications available from
92-phone 392-9238fax ing. For information: Yohance Pettis (deisel3@ Diversity and Community Development Director
E-mail news for The ufl.edu) or Barbara Walker (walkebjw@ufl.edu). Desta Meghoo-Peddie (346 Holland Hall) or in the
Docket to the John Iter ti al Law Rn Center for Career Services (244 Bruton-Geer
Marshall Bar Association at terna onalLawReception Hall). Apply by 5 pm. Sept. 30 no exceptions
jmbadocket@yahoo.com. The Office of Student Affairs and to Meghoo-Peddie or her secretary, Ricky
Interational Law Society (ILS) invite students Shelton, in the Faculty Support Office. For infor-
interested in international law and programs to mation: Meghoo-Peddie (meghoo@law.ufl.edu).
a gathering for 2003 Summer Abroad Program
participants and LL.M. in Comparative Law and New Charity Seeks Participation
foreign exchange students Thursday (Sept. 11), 6 The Areion Foundation a new law school-
p.m., in the Faculty Dining Room. RSVP by Sept. based charity support group created to help the
8 to Student Affairs Coordinator Noemar Castro Pegasus Program at Hospice of North Central
Administration (castro@law.ufl.edu). Florida is seeking members and donations to
RobeAdmin stra n MBA Ne s & help children with life limiting illnesses. For more
Robert Jerry, Dean JMBA News & Events
Stuart Cohn, Associate Dean information, e-mail AreionFoundation@aol.com.
for International Studies The John Marshall Bar Association (JMBA) will
Michael Friel, Associate hold its second general board meeting today
Dean for Academic Affairs (Sept. 8), 7-8 p.m., 190A Holland Hall. All students
William Page, Associate View Academic & Event Calendars Online at
Dean for Faculty are welcome to attend. An open election will be ww
D www.law.ufl.edu.
Development held to fill vacant representative seats, and students
Kathleen "Kathie" Price, interested in getting involved on campus and gain- September
Associate Dean for Libray experience are 8 LCC Elections, Finance Training, 6-8 p.m.,
and Technology ing leadership experience are invited and encour-
296 Holland Hall (HOL)
* Gail Sasnett, Associate aged to run. Sign up in the JMBA Office. W s Nw te Te t Sdy f Ea
Dean -ov -. -* Workshop, "Is Now the Time to Study for Exams?"
Dean for Students, JMBA hits Ginnie Springs this Saturday 2 p.m., Auditorium
Professionalism and
Community Relations (Sept. 13) for "fun in the sun." Family and friends IMBA Board Meeting & Elections, 7-8 p.m.,
Patrick Shannon, welcome. Details will be available in the JMBA 190A HOL
Associate Dean for Office and on flyers to be posted around campus. Faculty Enrichment, Professor Lars Noah,
Administrative Affairs For info ation: JMBA President Frak "Ambivalent Commitments to Federalism in
For information: JMBA President Frank
* Donald Hale, Senior Controlling the Practice of Medicine," Noon,
Development Director Garcia (garciafr013@yahoo.com.) Faculty Dining Room (FDR)
* Linda Calvert Hanson, 9 Trial Team Tryouts, 5 pm., 292 HOL
Assistant Dean for Career LCC Elections, Finance Training 9 Trial Team Tryouts, 5 p 292 HOL
Services Law College Council (LCC) elections and Organization Fair, 0 am 2 pm., Concourse
* Richard Ludwick, Assistant Writing Workshop, Noon, Auditorium
Dean for Students mandatory finance training will be held at today's II nternational Law Reception, 6 p.m., FDR
* Michael Patrick, Assistant (Sept. 8) meeting 6-8 p.m. in 296 Holland Hall SALSA Board Meeting, 5:30 p.m., 190C HOL
Dean for Admissions for four at-large and four student organization ILPP Meeting, 5:30 p.m., 292 HOL
positions. Nomination forms are available in the 12 Moot Court Seminar, 1-2 p.m., 283 HOL
LCC Student Organization Office or in Student Faculty Enrichment, FSU Law Professor Mary
Affairs, and due by 3 p.m. today. Crossley, Noon, FDR
LCC presents law student views and interests 13 Meet the Masters Symposium (see page 1)
to the administration and UF Student Government, BLSA Firm Workshop, 9-11 am., FDR
j15 Career Services On-Campus Interviews Begin
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA allocates budgeted funds and encourages interac- 1 Career Serv
Honoring the past, sfaping the fidutr

4










Get Your News (Announcements, Continued) tion between member organizations. LCC is open
in FlaLaw Tallahassee; and Bruce Smith, Esq., Law Offices of to all students, and meets weekly from 6-8 p.m. in
FlaLaw is published Bruce Smith, Gainesville. Business attire required. 296 Holland Hall. General board meetings will be
each week school is in For information: BLSA Career Services Committee held today (Sept. 8) & Sept. 22, Oct. 6 & 20, and
session. E-mail news by Chair Stephanie Mickle (micklesm@ufl.edu). Nov. 3 & 17. Executive board meetings will be
10 a.m. Tuesday for the held Sept. 15 & 29, Oct. 13 & 27, and Nov. 10.
next week's newsletter to Tryouts Tuesday for Trial Team For information: LCC President Justin
Director of Institutional Trial Team offers numerous opportunities to Flippen (gatorlaw78@aol.com) or Vice President
Information & gain valuable experience, and UF's team is one of
Publications Debra Amirin gain valuable experence, and UF's team s one of Samantha Powers (gtrsami@yahoo. com).
at amirin@law.ufl.edu or the country's best. Interested third- and fourth-
at amirin@law.ufl.edu or
bring a disk (PC format, semester students should attend the Trial Team Minority Scholarships Available
include contact informa- informational meeting Tuesday (Sept. 9), 5 p.m., Foley & Lardner is accepting applications for
tion) to her office in the 292 Holland Hall. Competition packets will be their Minority Scholarship Program from first year
Dean's Suite, 264 Holland available for purchase immediately after the meet- minority students. Applications available from
92-phone 392-9238fax ing. For information: Yohance Pettis (deisel3@ Diversity and Community Development Director
E-mail news for The ufl.edu) or Barbara Walker (walkebjw@ufl.edu). Desta Meghoo-Peddie (346 Holland Hall) or in the
Docket to the John Iter ti al Law Rn Center for Career Services (244 Bruton-Geer
Marshall Bar Association at terna onalLawReception Hall). Apply by 5 pm. Sept. 30 no exceptions
jmbadocket@yahoo.com. The Office of Student Affairs and to Meghoo-Peddie or her secretary, Ricky
Interational Law Society (ILS) invite students Shelton, in the Faculty Support Office. For infor-
interested in international law and programs to mation: Meghoo-Peddie (meghoo@law.ufl.edu).
a gathering for 2003 Summer Abroad Program
participants and LL.M. in Comparative Law and New Charity Seeks Participation
foreign exchange students Thursday (Sept. 11), 6 The Areion Foundation a new law school-
p.m., in the Faculty Dining Room. RSVP by Sept. based charity support group created to help the
8 to Student Affairs Coordinator Noemar Castro Pegasus Program at Hospice of North Central
Administration (castro@law.ufl.edu). Florida is seeking members and donations to
RobeAdmin stra n MBA Ne s & help children with life limiting illnesses. For more
Robert Jerry, Dean JMBA News & Events
Stuart Cohn, Associate Dean information, e-mail AreionFoundation@aol.com.
for International Studies The John Marshall Bar Association (JMBA) will
Michael Friel, Associate hold its second general board meeting today
Dean for Academic Affairs (Sept. 8), 7-8 p.m., 190A Holland Hall. All students
William Page, Associate View Academic & Event Calendars Online at
Dean for Faculty are welcome to attend. An open election will be ww
D www.law.ufl.edu.
Development held to fill vacant representative seats, and students
Kathleen "Kathie" Price, interested in getting involved on campus and gain- September
Associate Dean for Libray experience are 8 LCC Elections, Finance Training, 6-8 p.m.,
and Technology ing leadership experience are invited and encour-
296 Holland Hall (HOL)
* Gail Sasnett, Associate aged to run. Sign up in the JMBA Office. W s Nw te Te t Sdy f Ea
Dean -ov -. -* Workshop, "Is Now the Time to Study for Exams?"
Dean for Students, JMBA hits Ginnie Springs this Saturday 2 p.m., Auditorium
Professionalism and
Community Relations (Sept. 13) for "fun in the sun." Family and friends IMBA Board Meeting & Elections, 7-8 p.m.,
Patrick Shannon, welcome. Details will be available in the JMBA 190A HOL
Associate Dean for Office and on flyers to be posted around campus. Faculty Enrichment, Professor Lars Noah,
Administrative Affairs For info ation: JMBA President Frak "Ambivalent Commitments to Federalism in
For information: JMBA President Frank
* Donald Hale, Senior Controlling the Practice of Medicine," Noon,
Development Director Garcia (garciafr013@yahoo.com.) Faculty Dining Room (FDR)
* Linda Calvert Hanson, 9 Trial Team Tryouts, 5 pm., 292 HOL
Assistant Dean for Career LCC Elections, Finance Training 9 Trial Team Tryouts, 5 p 292 HOL
Services Law College Council (LCC) elections and Organization Fair, 0 am 2 pm., Concourse
* Richard Ludwick, Assistant Writing Workshop, Noon, Auditorium
Dean for Students mandatory finance training will be held at today's II nternational Law Reception, 6 p.m., FDR
* Michael Patrick, Assistant (Sept. 8) meeting 6-8 p.m. in 296 Holland Hall SALSA Board Meeting, 5:30 p.m., 190C HOL
Dean for Admissions for four at-large and four student organization ILPP Meeting, 5:30 p.m., 292 HOL
positions. Nomination forms are available in the 12 Moot Court Seminar, 1-2 p.m., 283 HOL
LCC Student Organization Office or in Student Faculty Enrichment, FSU Law Professor Mary
Affairs, and due by 3 p.m. today. Crossley, Noon, FDR
LCC presents law student views and interests 13 Meet the Masters Symposium (see page 1)
to the administration and UF Student Government, BLSA Firm Workshop, 9-11 am., FDR
j15 Career Services On-Campus Interviews Begin
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA allocates budgeted funds and encourages interac- 1 Career Serv
Honoring the past, sfaping the fidutr

4