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 Gideon v. Wainwright
 Career services
 Students, faculty welcome at Nelson...
 Meet the faculty
 Globalization and rule of...
 Students assist in Costa Rica environmental...
 The diversity dilemma?
 LIC News: using technology to 'work...
 Scholarship and activities
 Positive outlook benefits mind...
 UF Law calendar


UF UFLAW



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
Portion of title: Flalaw
Physical Description: Serial
Creator: Levin College of Law
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Place of Publication: <Gainesville FL> College of Law Communications Office 1997-
Creation Date: September 22, 2003
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol.1, no. 1 (Oct. 6, 1997)-
General Note: Weekly during the school year with a biweekly insert, numbered separately called: The Docket.
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Table of Contents
    Gideon v. Wainwright
        Page 1
    Career services
        Page 2
    Students, faculty welcome at Nelson Symposium
        Page 3
    Meet the faculty
        Page 3
    Globalization and rule of law debate
        Page 4
    Students assist in Costa Rica environmental contamination case
        Page 5
    The diversity dilemma?
        Page 6
    LIC News: using technology to 'work smarter'
        Page 6
    Scholarship and activities
        Page 7
    Positive outlook benefits mind and body
        Page 8
    UF Law calendar
        Page 8
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Taxation '95) on "Memories of cles on Criminal Law and Procedure, Civil Rights
and Reflections about Gideon v. and Civil Liberties, and Administrative Law of Forum Wednesday
Gideon .Wainwright" this Thursday (Sept. Corrections. He eatured his LL.M. in Taxation at





25) at noon in Holland Hall audi- UF while on sabbatical leave during 1994-95. He Grading Curve,
Recognizes 4Oth Anniversary of Landmark Case








torium. The public is welcome at teaches tax and administrative law courses. Honors Critera
Florida Law Review will present, which honors the F or information: Florida Law Review Editor-
Stetson Universiy College of Law Dean Emeritus Stetson Universiy and dean of Stetson College of



and Professor40th anniversary ofb (UF LL.M. in-Chiefin Law (1981-94). He is author and co-author of arti-and honors




Bruce Jacob Supreme Court decision. requirements will be held
c Taxation '95) n n "Memoies of ces on Criminal Law and Procedure, Civil Rights Fo m n a)
ie iteand Reflections ab out Gideon and C Liberties, and Admanistrate Law onon, Han





atto ney general for the state of Florida. He lateri auditorium.
iWainwtght" his Thursday (Sept. Corrections. He eaed his LL.M. ain Taxation aNn Rihagd Ldwi
Unie25) arhe noone in Holland Hall audi- UF wile sabbaical leae dug 1994-95. He gar
the aum. The public ina s welcome at h eaches tax and admineisraive eaw courses. Honos Citeria
A forum on the UF
ihe presentr r ation, which honors ehe Por informaion: Florida Law Review Ediaor- Cole of
40h anniversary of lhe U.S. in-Chief Ben Diamond (3922148). grading curve and honors
Bruce Jacob Supreme Court decision. requirements will be heid
Jacob briefed and argued lhe case against Wednesday (Sept. 24),
Gideon in he US. Supistancreme Court as assistaned Holand Hall
attorney general for the state o f indFlogentsda. He later auditoriu
pracliced law in Bartow and Lakeland in lhe firm Professor Marty
of Holland, Bevis & Smilh (now Holland & Gail Sasnett, Assistant
MassachusHe eatts.ed his LL.M. a Northwesctor of Dean Richad Ludwick
University, lhen joined lhe facully of Emory and Registrar Kim
University School of Law, where he eslablished Thomas will provide an
Che Legal Assisance for Inmo States PrograUn at the Inside
AtColanta Penieniary. He was a research associaer questions.
in lhe Cenler for Criminal Jusice al Harvard Law
School, assisled in esSablishmenS of the Harvard
Prison Legal Assistance Projec, and supEnvironmenvisedtal
law sudens in defense of cRegiominal cases and rep-
resentalion of indigena s in civil matheers in he
Comceaun LegalAssisance Office, CaRegional Director Davidge
Massachusett (UFs. He was a professor and director of
Clinip.m.cal Programs a Oino Stat190C Hollae Unversion fisheries, water qality, endangered species, and
College of Law, dean and professor at Merceranic and Gulf of Mexico Regional Office in St. FLORIDA
Symposium (Pg. 3)
'Wireless' Update (4)
r Students Assist in Costa
IXN IN UUINLL1VILIN IS Rica Environmental
Ocean Conservancy Regional lhrealened resources. The presentation is hosPed Contamination Case (5)
Director Speaks Tuesday by Ihe Environmental and Land Use Law Sociely, LIC News: Using
Ocean Conservancy Regional Director David and is open lo Ihe public. Refreshments provided. Smarter' (6)
White (UF JD '86, with honors) will speak al 6 White direcs conservation work on regional
p.m. Tuesday (Sept. 23) in 190C Holland Hall on fisheries, water quality, endangered species, and
Ihe nation's ocean management issues, and will habitat protection issues in Ihe Southeast Atlantic UINVERSITY OF
offer new information on Ihe exten of oceanic and Gulf of Mexico Regional Office in St. FLORIDA
exploitation and suggestions for management of (Announeements Continue Page 4) Fredric G. Levin College of Law

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Employment Stats
According to the CAREER SERVICES
recent jobs &J.D.'s: U.S. Ar y 'JAG' Presentation
Employment and Salaries
of New Law Graduates, The U.S. Army Judge Advocate General's
Class of 2002 (available in (JAG) Corps the Army's legal liaison will
Career Services): host an information session Monday, Sept. 29, at 5
* While the UF Levin p.m. in 190A Holland Hall. JAG Corps attomey
College of Law's new
graduate oemployment Captain Austin Goodrich (UF JD '00) will provide
graduate employment
rate almost 95% m an overview of the JAG Corps and its benefits and
was on par with the speak about his recent experience in Iraq.
prevous year, the Note: The UF Levin College of Law, as an equal opportunity
employment rate institution of higher education, conforms to all applicable laws
nationwide for new law prohibiting discrimination, and is committed to nondiscrimination
graduates 89% for on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, social condi-
class of 2002 as of tion, sex, sexual orientation, age and handicap in its programs and
activities. In compliance with this policy, the law school's Center
February 2003 for Career Services is committed to supporting an equal and fair
dropped slightly for the evaluation of its law student and graduate job applicants on the
second year. basis of his or her own individual merits. Therefore, the center is
* Nationwide, the median available only to employers whose employment practices are in
salary for all types of compliance with the law and the school's nondiscrimination poli-
employment increased cy. The one exception to this nondiscrimination policy is that
by $5,000 to $60,000 while the center does not condone the practice, the military may,
(mean salary was pursuant to its regulations, discriminate on the basis of sexual ori- OCI Room Assignments. Room assignments are
$72,308). The national entation. Federal law provides that law schools that deny access to posted on eAttomey as they become available.
military recruiters may lose certain types of financial aid for stu- o the o m i evie
median law firm salary dents. Accordingly, the UF College of Law will permit on-campus Check the computer the moming of your interview
remained constant at military recruitment. To ameliorate the potentially discriminatory to confirm the room location.
$90,000 for first-year impact on its students, measures have been implemented, includ-
associates (no increase ing: 1) Posting of the center's position statement that the military Call Back Interview Tips
since 1996). Miami at discriminates in a manner not permitted by the law school's Make the most of Call Back Interviews by
$74,288 continues to nondiscrimination policy; 2) Publication of an explanation of the
top the Florida law firm center's policy on all military career postings or announcements; attending another insightful program presented by
mean salary scale, 3) Making available a collection of newsletters and materials relat- the law firm of Carlton Fields on "The Call Back
followed by Tampa ed to gay and lesbian practitioners; and/or 4) Holding a forum/ Process: Tips for Success," Wednesday, Oct. 1,
panel discussion on various forms of discrimination and how they
($63,49), St. Peters- affect the legal profession. noon, Bailey Courtroom.
burg ($63,056), Coral
Gables ($62,625), West Spring Externship Meetings Public Interest Conference
Palm Beach ($61,694), Spring Extemship Informational Meetings If you are interested in public interest work
Orlando 5) will be held Tuesday (Sept. 23) & Friday (Sept.61265) and spending time with dynamic, like-minded

Boca Raton ($56,61 1), 26) at noon, and Wednesday (Sept. 24) at 4 p.m. students and professionals, visit www.equaljustice-
Fort Meyers ($54,429), in the Bailey Courtroom. works.com for information on the largest public
Tallahassee ($52,531 ), interest conference and career fair in the country,
acksonville ($52,481), Deadline for U.S. Attorney Externships to be held in Washington, D.C., Oct. 23-24. If you
Sarasota ($49,278), The deadline to apply for Spring 2004 U.S. are interested in attending, you must pre-register
Pensacola ($48,61 1), Attomey's Office externships is noon Monday, with Career Services as soon as possible.
North Miami ($47,179) Sept. 29. See Career Services for information.
and Gainesville (last Job Offers Depend on You
at $40,000). O n Ca m pu s I n te rvi ewi ng Nationwide, 25.4% of employed law gradu-
* The mean salary for OCI Phase 2. Employers begin sending in selec- ates were hired through on-campus interviews
firms outside Florida
include New York tions for on-campus interviews this week. As selec- (OCI). "Self-initiated contact" with employers
($115,202), Washington, tions come in, the information is entered on resulted in 20.4% of the positions, closely fol-
D.C. ($114,957), Chicago eAttomey. Go to "Edit Schedule" under the OCI+ lowed by responding to jobs listed with career
($103,794), Austin tab to check for selections. When we are awaiting service offices and referral by business colleagues,
($99686), Dalason responses from less than 10 employers, we will friends or others. Boost your job search by signing

($93,553), Atlanta e-mail students to inform them of their status. up for Career Service's listserv at www. law.ufl.
($91,401), Charlotte OCI Phase 3. The last phase of fall OCI edu/career/resources/hotline, checking out job
($86,335), Nashville bidding on Phase 3 employers begins Tuesday postings on eAttomey, attending Career Services
($71,679) and (Sept. 23) and ends at midnight Sunday (Sept. 28). programs, volunteering, participating in an extem-
Birmingham ($71,400). The employers will interview here Oct. 13-24. ship or clinic, and staying in contact with us.


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Students, Faculty Welcome at Nelson Symposium
Students and faculty are invited to Presenters include:
attend free of charge the Third Robert W. Tuttle, Professor of Law,
Annual Richard E. Nelson George Washington University (church
Symposium, "From Penn Central to and state concems);
Pensacola: New Perspectives on David A. Brennen (UF LLM in Taxation Study in France
Historie Preservation," Oct. 3 at the '94, JD '71), Professor of Law, Mercer Interested in studying
Gainesville Paramount Resort and University (tax and ethical issues); abroad this summer? Learn
Conference Center (formerly the P e* Timothy McLendon, StaffAttomey at more about the UF
Summer Law Program in
Sheraton, 2900 SW 13th St.). To i l i the Center for Govemmental France at an informational
attend, fill out and retum the Responsibility (economic impacts of meeting Thursday (Sept.
registration form on the program historic preservation); and 25), noon, 190A Holland
brochure (available in the Dean's Michael Allan Wolf, Richard E. Hall, where you can meet
Office, online at www.law.ufl.edu/ Nelson Chair in Local Govemment Law the teaching faculty and
learn about courses to be
elulp/pdf/nelson-brochure.pdf/, or by (regulatory takings implications). offered.
contacting Director of Conference L T N on S o i f The Montpellier pro-
Planning and Special Projects Barbara Theam totally Smmerses stu-
Planning and Special Projects Barbara through a contribution from the late Richard gram totally immerses stu-
DeVoe at devoe@law.ufl.edu or 392- E. Nelson (UF D '55) and his wife, Jane dents in the study abroad
8070). Registration for other guests is (UF '56), who also created the Richard E. eer Mornings and
$50, and includes a continental break- early afternoons are
$50, and includes a continental break- Nelson Chair in Local Government Law devoted to law classes
fast, breaks and lunch. The Bar has recently filled by noted scholar Michael (conducted in English), and
approved 7.5 general CLE hours. Allan Wolf. Fridays to visits to govern-
mental and judicial offices
and meetings with promi-
nent members of the legal
professors convey to their students stay with them profession and business
1 Lyrissa long after graduation. I hope that I can inspire my community. Montpellier -
students to retain the idealism they brought with among the most dynamic
Barnett Lidsky cities in France and home
Barnett Ldsky them to law school and to use their law degrees to to a diverse population -
Professor; make a difference." is located in the sunny
southeast of France, six
University of Education miles from the
Florida Research B.A. (summa cum laude), Texas A&M Mediterranean Sea and in
Foundation University; Fulbright Scholar, Cambridge the shadows of the
Professor University; J.D. (high honors), University of Pyrenees. For information:
Texas. Order of the Coif. Phi Kappa Phi. Professor George Dawson
(dawson@law.ufl.edu).
Expertise/Background
View on the Profession Internet Law, Torts (specializing in
"A legal education is a powerful weapon to Defamation and Invasion of Privacy), Mass Media UF Community
attack injustice and inequality, but it is also a Law, Jurisprudence, Professionalism. Co-author Campaign Underway
The University of
dangerous weapon in the hands of those who are (with Professor Joseph Little) of torts casebook. Florida Community
greedy and unscrupulous. Therefore, I think that Named 2003 Teacher of the Year by the John Campaign channels pri-
lawyers have a special responsibility to guard Marshall Bar Association. vate support for a wide
against abuses of the privileges a law degree array of charitable and
coiners. What You May Not KnOW public interest organiza-
"I grew up in Iraan, Texas, a town of 1,000 tions. Law school person-
I enjoy my research more with each passing noi r-n rnnrh,,toin a
Se y my r h m e wh eh p people that is 100 miles from the nearest 'city' nel can contribute in a
year, but it has always been my work with stu- (Midland). My parents were teachers, and took variety of ways including
(Midland). My parents were teachers, and I took variety ways, inc ng
dents that has been most meaningful to me. I payroll deduction. For
chose to become a law professor because I had information, visit the
teachers who made aw inellecually exciting, Spanish) and four years of vocational agnculture UFCC Web site
teachers who made law intellectually exciting, ,
taught by my father. (www.ufcc.ufl.edu) or
and I hope I can convey some of that same intel- taught by my father." (w .ufcc.uedu)
contact Professor Joseph
lectual excitment to my students. I truly believe Go .er a Little (little@law.ufl.edu).
Go to www.law.ufledu/faculty/for a (Iow.uf. ).
that the messages, both explicit and implicit, that. c d
complete resume and list of publications.

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Students, Faculty Welcome at Nelson Symposium
Students and faculty are invited to Presenters include:
attend free of charge the Third Robert W. Tuttle, Professor of Law,
Annual Richard E. Nelson George Washington University (church
Symposium, "From Penn Central to and state concems);
Pensacola: New Perspectives on David A. Brennen (UF LLM in Taxation Study in France
Historie Preservation," Oct. 3 at the '94, JD '71), Professor of Law, Mercer Interested in studying
Gainesville Paramount Resort and University (tax and ethical issues); abroad this summer? Learn
Conference Center (formerly the P e* Timothy McLendon, StaffAttomey at more about the UF
Summer Law Program in
Sheraton, 2900 SW 13th St.). To i l i the Center for Govemmental France at an informational
attend, fill out and retum the Responsibility (economic impacts of meeting Thursday (Sept.
registration form on the program historic preservation); and 25), noon, 190A Holland
brochure (available in the Dean's Michael Allan Wolf, Richard E. Hall, where you can meet
Office, online at www.law.ufl.edu/ Nelson Chair in Local Govemment Law the teaching faculty and
learn about courses to be
elulp/pdf/nelson-brochure.pdf/, or by (regulatory takings implications). offered.
contacting Director of Conference L T N on S o i f The Montpellier pro-
Planning and Special Projects Barbara Theam totally Smmerses stu-
Planning and Special Projects Barbara through a contribution from the late Richard gram totally immerses stu-
DeVoe at devoe@law.ufl.edu or 392- E. Nelson (UF D '55) and his wife, Jane dents in the study abroad
8070). Registration for other guests is (UF '56), who also created the Richard E. eer Mornings and
$50, and includes a continental break- early afternoons are
$50, and includes a continental break- Nelson Chair in Local Government Law devoted to law classes
fast, breaks and lunch. The Bar has recently filled by noted scholar Michael (conducted in English), and
approved 7.5 general CLE hours. Allan Wolf. Fridays to visits to govern-
mental and judicial offices
and meetings with promi-
nent members of the legal
professors convey to their students stay with them profession and business
1 Lyrissa long after graduation. I hope that I can inspire my community. Montpellier -
students to retain the idealism they brought with among the most dynamic
Barnett Lidsky cities in France and home
Barnett Ldsky them to law school and to use their law degrees to to a diverse population -
Professor; make a difference." is located in the sunny
southeast of France, six
University of Education miles from the
Florida Research B.A. (summa cum laude), Texas A&M Mediterranean Sea and in
Foundation University; Fulbright Scholar, Cambridge the shadows of the
Professor University; J.D. (high honors), University of Pyrenees. For information:
Texas. Order of the Coif. Phi Kappa Phi. Professor George Dawson
(dawson@law.ufl.edu).
Expertise/Background
View on the Profession Internet Law, Torts (specializing in
"A legal education is a powerful weapon to Defamation and Invasion of Privacy), Mass Media UF Community
attack injustice and inequality, but it is also a Law, Jurisprudence, Professionalism. Co-author Campaign Underway
The University of
dangerous weapon in the hands of those who are (with Professor Joseph Little) of torts casebook. Florida Community
greedy and unscrupulous. Therefore, I think that Named 2003 Teacher of the Year by the John Campaign channels pri-
lawyers have a special responsibility to guard Marshall Bar Association. vate support for a wide
against abuses of the privileges a law degree array of charitable and
coiners. What You May Not KnOW public interest organiza-
"I grew up in Iraan, Texas, a town of 1,000 tions. Law school person-
I enjoy my research more with each passing noi r-n rnnrh,,toin a
Se y my r h m e wh eh p people that is 100 miles from the nearest 'city' nel can contribute in a
year, but it has always been my work with stu- (Midland). My parents were teachers, and took variety of ways including
(Midland). My parents were teachers, and I took variety ways, inc ng
dents that has been most meaningful to me. I payroll deduction. For
chose to become a law professor because I had information, visit the
teachers who made aw inellecually exciting, Spanish) and four years of vocational agnculture UFCC Web site
teachers who made law intellectually exciting, ,
taught by my father. (www.ufcc.ufl.edu) or
and I hope I can convey some of that same intel- taught by my father." (w .ufcc.uedu)
contact Professor Joseph
lectual excitment to my students. I truly believe Go .er a Little (little@law.ufl.edu).
Go to www.law.ufledu/faculty/for a (Iow.uf. ).
that the messages, both explicit and implicit, that. c d
complete resume and list of publications.

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(Announcements, Continued)
Petersburg, and is a frequent lecturer and wrter on
environmental law issues. He previously was
regional counsel for the National Wildlife
Federation in Atlanta, and has over 17 years of
experience as a public interest environmental attor-
ney. He is immediate past chair of the Florida
Wildlife Federation and on the board of directors
of the Environmental and Land Use Law Center at
Nova Southeastem University Law School. He
eamed three degrees from UF: his J.D., M.S.
(Wildlife Ecology) and B.S. (Zoology).
'Wireless' Update The Ocean Conservancy also has opportuni-
Wireless networking ties available for summer intemships. For informa-
allows computer users to tion: Quilla Trimmer-Smith (qearth@ufl.edu).
access the Internet with-
out a physical connection. Globalization & Rule of Law Debate
Law school users may A debate on globalization and inteational For information, visit the JMBA Office (147
have noticed a recent
reduction in or lack of trade issues will be held Thursday (Sept. 25) in the Bruton-Geer Hall) or contact JMBA President
service in some areas due Bruton-Geer Hall faculty dining/meeting room as Frank Garcia (garciafr0O3@yahoo.com).
to removal of three wire- part of Govemor Buddy MacKay's UF law semi-
Bruton-e r Hal. (S e Professionalism Workshop Today
less Access Points (AP). nar, "Globalization and the Rule of Law in the ro aonais oru da
The points were removed Americas: Trde, Labor, and the Environmen." Student Affairs' Academic Success Program
during construction, and free and open to law students continues.
had provided coverage for The seminar begins at 3 p.m., and he debate is The following one hour skills workshops will
the concourse, picnic expected to begin around 3:30 p.m. and conclude be held a 2 p.m in Holland Hall auditorium:
be held at 2 p.m in Holland Hall auditorium:
table areas and second by 5:30 p.m. For information: Miguel Collazo
floor classrooms directly (mcollazo@ufl.edu). Professionalism = Success, today (Sept. 22)
above the concourse, as Reverse Engineering Exams, Oct. 6
well as portions of Phi Alpha Delta Recognized Exam Preparation: Writing to Succeed, Oct. 20
Bruton-Geer Hall. (Some The Duncan H. Fletcher Chapter of Phi Alpha No Time for Stress!, Nov. 3
areas retained limited Delta and Spring 2003 UF law graduate Louis Writing Specialist Lois Randolph will present

from other APs.) Rosen won intemational and district awards at the workshops at noon in the auditorium Wednesday
Users will be pleased district conference in Orlando recently. Rosen (Sept. 24) and Oct. 1, 8, 15 & 22. She also will
to learn that four new received the Frank E. Gray Award for Most assist students by appointment call 392-2198
APs will be installed by Outstanding Clerk for 2002-03. The intenational with assignments and writing skills. Her offce
Oct. I to provide com- award recognized his enthusiasm, dedication to the hours in 105L Bruton-Geer Hall (clinic area) are
plete coverage in Bruton-
Geer Hall and the Bailey chapter and work on the chapter's Web page Wednesdays and Fridays, beginning at 8:15 a.m.
Courtroom. redesign. The Fletcher Chapter received district For information, contact the Office of Student
Mark Bergeron, awards for social programming and last year's Affairs (392-0421).
College of Law membership increase.
Computing Services Note: Phi Alpha Delta will hold a general Toastmasters Meets Tuesday
Note: The UF wireless standard meeting today (Sept. 22), 7 p.m., 297 Holland College of Law Toastmasters will meet
- based on Cisco wireless APs Tuesday (Sept. 23), 5 p.m., 190A Holland Hall.
- is 802.1 Ib (or Wi-Fi), which Hall.
provides up to II Mbps maxi-
mum throughput. Any wireless JMBA News & Events Resource Management Workshops
adapter designated as 802.1 Ib The John Marshall Bar Association encour- Students are encouraged to attend the follow-
or Wi-Fi compatible should ing Leadership Resource Management Program
work anywhere on the UF cam- ages students to participate in:
pus, but Cisco wireless network JMBA's general board meeting, tonight (Sept. 22), workshops, all held noon-1 p.m.:
adapters available in the Professionalism and Ethis in a Changing
College of Law bookstore 7-8 p.m., 190A Holland Hall. All students welcome. Professionalism and Ethics in a Changing
have a higher power output "Bowling for a Buck," Wednesday (Sept. 24), 9-11 World: How to Effectively Communicate and
and provide the best connec- p.m., Alley Katz. $1 fee for JMBA members Represent Clients of all Backgrounds, Thursday
tion. If you have any questions (Sept. 25), 190B Holland Hall
of require wireless support, go includes shoe and lane rentals. Spots go quickly, so
to: http:llnet-services.ufl.edul sign up soon in the JMBA Office. Empowerment: Taking Responsibility for Your
provided _serviceslwirelessl Emotions, Wednesday, Oct. 1,190C Holland Hall
(User FAQ) or call the CRCA JMBA is getting a group together for a "Habitat for
Help Desk at 392-HELP (4357). Humanity" project. Details in JMBA Office. (Announcements Continue Page 7)


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Graduating
This Fall?
SStudents planning to
graduate this fall must
UF law students Thomas Ruppert (3L) and Aerial spraying radte for a mt
Quilla Trimmer-Smith (2L) participated this sum- (above) at a "Graduation Check"
mer in a joint University of Florida/University of Standard Fruit with College of Law
Costa Rica Program in Environmental Law banana farm near Registrar Kim Thomas
Rio Frio, Costa Rica. (392-0421) to ensure
Conservation Clinic project with law students from Rio Fio, osta Rica. (392-0421) to ensure
the University of Colorado and University of Costa they meet graduation
Rica. The students researched ISO 14001 Conservation Clinic students tour requirements.
chemical mixing facilities at a Standard Senior Information
International Standards for Environmental Fruits airport for aerial fumigation. Sheets are online. Go to
Management Systems as part of an administrative www.Iaw.ufl.edu, click
case their client, the Costa Rican environmental 14001 certification precluded finding Standard on Student Affairs, then
organization Justicia Para la Naturaleza, had liable for contamination. However, ISO 14001 is n the quick link for
against Standard Fruit Company of Costa Rica for not international law and does not preclude liabili-
alleged agrochemical contamination of water. ty for a company in Costa Rica.
A chemical spill occurred at Standard Fruit ISO 14001 emanates from a private organiza-
facilities near Batn, Costa Rica. The spill alleged- tion the Intemational Organization for
ly leaked into a nearby canal and killed thousands Standardization and while many assume it
of fish for miles downstream in an area where the assures superior performance of a certified compa-
canal and the waters it contributes to serve as ny, it contains absolutely no substantive environ-
sources of drinking and wash water and food in the mental requirements. Rather, ISO 14001 only
form of fish. This was the first time there existed a requires specific management structures related to
recorded spill possibly linked to one of several environmental aspects of a company. It offers great
massive fish kills that have occurred in this potential to improve the environmental perform-
banana-producing region of Costa Rica. ance of companies or can be used as "greenwash."
Standard Fruit submitted paperwork to the tri- As part of their research, students visited
bunal emphasizing that Standard had been certified Standard Fruit, experts that helped draft ISO
in compliance with ISO 14001 International 14001 standards, representatives of workers affect-
Environmental Management System Standards. ed by the chemical contamination, and the chief of 'Brown Bag'
The tribunal had no knowledge of ISO 14001 and certification at the Costa Rican Institute of Discussion on
Standard took advantage of this to imply that ISO National Standards. Their research culminated in a Michigan Decision
written brief to the administrative tribunal to A Brown Bag lunch
inform the tribunal of the nature and scope of ISO discussion on "The
a14001. Additionally, the students visited the rural Michigan Decision: How
town of Siquirres to speak to community represen- did we get here and
tatives and banana workers about the nature and where do we go from
here?" will be held in the
S. J .. U .I*. '- scope of ISO 14001 and answer questions about it. Faculty Dining Room (Time
S* The students also drafted a simple question and TBA). The event is spon-
answer guide about ISO 14001 for community sored by the Office of
members and representatives. Diversity and Community
A decision for the contamination case against Development, and all are
welcome (please bring
t,.' I. .. i ;IStandard Fruit is pending, but thanks in part to the welcome (please bring
your lunch). For details,
,* .... l l' efforts of the students involved in the project, the contact Director Desta
administrative tribunal and affected communites Meghoo-Peddie
now have clear information about ISO 14001 and (meghoo@law.ufl.edu).

its significance in this matter.


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Caroid bulluber@sfa.uftin .edu). provide syllabis,i ae threaded discussion
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SCHOLARSHIP & ACTIVITIES *
* Professor Jerold Israel has two new Stephen C. O'Connell Professor/Center
publications this fall: White Collar on Children and the Law Associate
Crime: Law and Practice (2nd ed., Director Christopher Slobogin present-
West/Thomson, 2003, with Podgor, ed "New Psychological Issues in
Borman, & Henning); and the 2003 Criminal Cases" at the American Board
edition of Criminal Procedure and the of Forensic Psychology meeting in
Constitution (West/Thomson, 2003, Cincinnati Sept. 19. On Sept. 12, he was
with Kamisar & LaFave). a commentator on Court TV conceming CGR Director jon Mills (left) and
his staff help distinguished foreign
* Professor Lars Noah presented his the case of Paul Hill, who was recently visitors like this 2002 group learn
recently published paper on drug short- executed for killing an abortion clinic about American legal systems.
ages to the faculty at UF's College of doctor and his bodyguard. CGR Hosts Visitors,
Pharmacy. Schedules Events
The Center for Govern-
(Announcements, Continued) Reception Friday (Sept. 26) at noon in the audito- mental Responsibility (CGR)
* What is Eating You Inside: Dealing with Eating rium to help first-semester students meet other will host nine Ecuadorians this
Disorders, Thursday, Oct. 9, 190B Holland Hall students and faculty and learn more about SALSA. Fday (Sept. 26) as part of
the U.S. Department of State's
* The Art of Developing and Maintaining a Lunch will be served. For information: Sabrina International Visitors Program.
Positive Attitude, Wednesday, Oct. 15, 190C Lopez (sab@ufl.edu). The group which includes
Holand Hl judges, prosecutors, police and
Holland Hall M LSA Forms Parent Support Group attorneys will hear presen-
Going Over the Edge: Dealing with Substance The Military Law Students Association tations by Dean Robert Jerry
Abuse and Dependency, Thursday, Oct. 23, 190B (MLSA)i s n support and Professors Pedro Malavet
eHolland pHall ^(MLSA) is forming a support group for law and Alison Gerencser and tour
olland ll students with young children. the Alachua County Court-
* Stress Management: Keeping it in Perspective, "It is very difficult for law students who are house. CGR also plans for a:
Wednesday, Nov. 12, 190C Holland Hall parents, especially if they are single parents," said iTwn Halld pM and on oal
The preceding workshops are presented by the MSLA President Steve Berlin. "Jenna Biewend the FTAA (Free Trade Area of
Law College Council and Office of Student Affairs created the idea when she first arrived at the UF the Americas), Nov. 4, 6:30-
lawton~ tac globa rsce. Fnd 8:30 p.m., Sheraton Biscayne
to teach key resource managemen skills for use in College of Law, but it is hard for 1Ls to start new 8ay Hotel. Co-sponsored with
academic, personal or work situations. Those organizations and drum up support. Since MLSA the Miami Daily Business
attending three or more sessions recive a is composed of mostly nontraditional students who Council President Oscar
certificate of completion. fit within the target population, we decided to cre- Sanchez and Akerman
For information: Student Affairs Coordinator ate this group." Senterfitt in Miami. Open to
the public. Welcome by Dean
Noemar Castro (castro@law. ufl.edu) or Resource MLSA will host a picnic primarily for law Re erplic. We moderate byn
SALS First-Se e Reception i n toci sl out hRobert jerry, moderated by
Counselor Ali Kane (alikane@ufl. edu). students with infant through pre-K children David Lyons, Editor-in-Chief,

Montpellier Professor Speaks at Saturday, Oct. 11, at 10 a.m. at San Felasco Park Florida Lawyer. Panelists
First ILS Meeting Thursday (off NW 43rd St., behind WCJB). Details TBA. include International Trade
The International Law Society's rapid growth For information: berlinsd@yahoo. com. Program Director Stephen J.
Powell; U.S. Sugar
in membership in recent years reflects the legal Help Teens Through GEAR UP Corporation Senior Vice-
profession's increasing emphasis on the practice of y President Hobert Coker (ten-
profession's increasing emphass on the pracice of Have you thought about volunteering or doing tative); Fred Frost, AFL-CIO;
law on a global scale. Find out more at ILS meet- community service but felt you didn't have time? and Ambassador Luis
7Lauredo, Executive Director,
ings this semester, each of which will feature a You can volunteerjust an hour or two a week and FTAA Minister and America's
speaker on an international law topic. make a huge impact through GEAR UP (Gaining Business Forum, and
University of Montpellier Professor Pierre Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate President, Hunton & Williams
Mousseron will speak on he differences beween International LLC.
Mousseron will speak on the differences between Programs), a federally sponsored program run by Panel discussion on legal
French and American legal systems at the society's the Alachua County School Board. issues of hemispheric integra-
first official meeting Thursday (Sept. 25) at 5 p.m. GEAR UP needs volunteers o tutor and men- tion Nov. 14 at the Biltmore
in 190B Holland Hall. All are welcome. For infor- tor middle school students and help them plan for Americas 2005 & Beyond,"
mation, contact ILS President Greg Boylan life after high school. Specifically, the program a forum sponsored by the
(gboylan edu). city of Coral Gables and oth-
(gboylan@ufl.edu). aims to reach students who are unlikely or less ers. Organized and moderat-
SALSA First-Semester Reception inclined to seek out higher education after high ed by Dean Emeritus & CGR
Director jon Mills and includ-
The Spanish American Law Student school. If you cannot make a weekly commitment, ing UF law alumnus josh
Association (SALSA) will host a First-Semester (Announcements Continue Page 8) Markus.

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Submit News
for FlaLaw
FlaLaw is published
each week school is in
session. E-mail news by
10 a.m. Tuesday for the
following Monday's
newsletter to Director of
Institutional Information
& Publications Debra **
Amirin (amirin@law.
ufl.edu) or bring a disk
(PC format, include con-
tact information) to her c n o
office in the Dean's Suite s M a p
264 Holland Hall, phone
392-9238, fax 392-8727.
E-mail news for The
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Marshall Bar Association at L h a ae, .
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(Announcements, Continued) Return to Meghoo-Peddie or her secretary, Ricky
dem ent (a u Ae u Aet oteer entaS menen Shelton, in the Faculty Support Office. For infor-
you can help set up special events such as career
mation: Meghoo-Peddie (meghoo@law.ufl.edu).
e Ka thdays, campus field trips and other activities. pm B ie ouoo
Si a The Law School Republicans (LSR) have, p, c
been working with GEAR UP coordinators to set,
A ministration up a volunteer partnership. To volunteer or leam Academic & Event Calendars Online at www.law.ufl.edu.

* Stuart Cohn, Associate Dean more, stop by the LSR table this Monday- September
for International Studies Thursday (Sept. 22-25) on the concourse or e-mail 22 Academic Success Program, Professionalism = Success
C Michael Friel, Associate your name, phone number and e-mail address (see page 4), 23 p.m., Auditorium
Dean for Academic Affairs along with a note expressing your interest in LCC Board Meeting, 68 p.m., 296 Holland Hall (HOL)
William Page, Associate GEAR UP to LSR Vice President Adria ToledoMeeting, 7 p.m., 190A HOL
Dean for Faculty a Phi Aupha Delta Meeting, 7 p.m., 297 HOL
Development (atoly@ufl.edu). A volunteer orientation meeting 23 Career Services Spring Externship Informational Meeting,
* Kathleen "Kathie" Price, will be held at the end of the month. Noon-1 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
Associate Dean for Library Toastmasters Meeting, 5 p.m., 190A HOL
and Technology C o n s e rva tive Awa re ne ss We e k 2 ELULS Ocean Conservancy Speaker David White
SGail Sasnett,Associate The Law School Republicans are sponsoring (paoe t), ( p.m., 190cm 9 HOL

Community Relations law school, featuring speakers, a discussion panel, Students (pae 2), noon1 p.m., Auditorium
SPatrick Shannon, ideology quiz and service projects. Speakers p Faculty Enrichment, Professor Wayne Hanewicz, "Director
Associate Dean for Primacy and 'Omnicare,s' Faculty Lounge.
Administrative Affairs include Professor Steven Willis, Independent Career Services Spring Externship Informational Meeting, 4-5
SDonald Hale, Senior Florida Alligator editorial writer Devon Nunnely p.m., Bailey Courtroom
Development Director and Councilman Ed Braddy. Service projects H JMBA "Bowl for a Buck (page 4), 9-11 p.m., Alley Katz
25 EASLS Lecture Series, Arthur Sims of Becker and Poliakoff,
* Linda Calvert Hanson, include GEAR UP (see preceding article), P.A., Noon-1 p.m., Faculty Dining Room
Assistant Dean for Career
Services Peaceful Paths, Letters for Soldiers, and Toys for Montpellier Presentation (page 3), Noon, 190A HOL
* Richard Ludwick, Assistant Tots. LSR will have a table in the concourse with Florida Law Review speaker Bruce lacobs on Gideon v.





aionorwrgihh (thee p), Noofn, Audiou
Dean for Students event times and donation boxes.
Professionalism & Ethics (page 4), Noon-l p.m., 190B HOL
SMichael Patrick, Assistant
Dean for Admissions Apply Now for Minority Scholarships Globalizationg Debate (page 4), 3 p.m., Faculty Dining Room
ILS Meeting & Speaker (page 7), 5 p.m., 190B HOL
Apply by 5 p.m. Sept. 30 no exceptions 26 SALSA Reception for First-Semester Students & Faculty,
for Foley & Lardner Minority Scholarships for (page 7), 11:30 a.m.1:30 p.m., Faculty Dining Room
first-year minority students. Applications available Contracts Tutoring (Professor Davis), 1-2 p.m., 297 HOL
Career Services Spring Externship Informational Meeting,
from Diversity and Community Development Noon-1 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
j Director Desta Meghoo-Peddie (346 Holland Hall) 29 IAG Presentation (page 2)5 p.m., 190A HOL
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA or in Career Services (244 Bmton-Geer Hall). Criminal Law Assoc. Meeting, 5:30-6:30 p.m., 190 HOL
Honoring lhe past, shaping the ftir










Submit News
for FlaLaw
FlaLaw is published
each week school is in
session. E-mail news by
10 a.m. Tuesday for the
following Monday's
newsletter to Director of
Institutional Information
& Publications Debra **
Amirin (amirin@law.
ufl.edu) or bring a disk
(PC format, include con-
tact information) to her c n o
office in the Dean's Suite s M a p
264 Holland Hall, phone
392-9238, fax 392-8727.
E-mail news for The
Docket to the john
Marshall Bar Association at L h a ae, .
jmbadocket@yahoo.com.



(Announcements, Continued) Return to Meghoo-Peddie or her secretary, Ricky
dem ent (a u Ae u Aet oteer entaS menen Shelton, in the Faculty Support Office. For infor-
you can help set up special events such as career
mation: Meghoo-Peddie (meghoo@law.ufl.edu).
e Ka thdays, campus field trips and other activities. pm B ie ouoo
Si a The Law School Republicans (LSR) have, p, c
been working with GEAR UP coordinators to set,
A ministration up a volunteer partnership. To volunteer or leam Academic & Event Calendars Online at www.law.ufl.edu.

* Stuart Cohn, Associate Dean more, stop by the LSR table this Monday- September
for International Studies Thursday (Sept. 22-25) on the concourse or e-mail 22 Academic Success Program, Professionalism = Success
C Michael Friel, Associate your name, phone number and e-mail address (see page 4), 23 p.m., Auditorium
Dean for Academic Affairs along with a note expressing your interest in LCC Board Meeting, 68 p.m., 296 Holland Hall (HOL)
William Page, Associate GEAR UP to LSR Vice President Adria ToledoMeeting, 7 p.m., 190A HOL
Dean for Faculty a Phi Aupha Delta Meeting, 7 p.m., 297 HOL
Development (atoly@ufl.edu). A volunteer orientation meeting 23 Career Services Spring Externship Informational Meeting,
* Kathleen "Kathie" Price, will be held at the end of the month. Noon-1 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
Associate Dean for Library Toastmasters Meeting, 5 p.m., 190A HOL
and Technology C o n s e rva tive Awa re ne ss We e k 2 ELULS Ocean Conservancy Speaker David White
SGail Sasnett,Associate The Law School Republicans are sponsoring (paoe t), ( p.m., 190cm 9 HOL

Community Relations law school, featuring speakers, a discussion panel, Students (pae 2), noon1 p.m., Auditorium
SPatrick Shannon, ideology quiz and service projects. Speakers p Faculty Enrichment, Professor Wayne Hanewicz, "Director
Associate Dean for Primacy and 'Omnicare,s' Faculty Lounge.
Administrative Affairs include Professor Steven Willis, Independent Career Services Spring Externship Informational Meeting, 4-5
SDonald Hale, Senior Florida Alligator editorial writer Devon Nunnely p.m., Bailey Courtroom
Development Director and Councilman Ed Braddy. Service projects H JMBA "Bowl for a Buck (page 4), 9-11 p.m., Alley Katz
25 EASLS Lecture Series, Arthur Sims of Becker and Poliakoff,
* Linda Calvert Hanson, include GEAR UP (see preceding article), P.A., Noon-1 p.m., Faculty Dining Room
Assistant Dean for Career
Services Peaceful Paths, Letters for Soldiers, and Toys for Montpellier Presentation (page 3), Noon, 190A HOL
* Richard Ludwick, Assistant Tots. LSR will have a table in the concourse with Florida Law Review speaker Bruce lacobs on Gideon v.





aionorwrgihh (thee p), Noofn, Audiou
Dean for Students event times and donation boxes.
Professionalism & Ethics (page 4), Noon-l p.m., 190B HOL
SMichael Patrick, Assistant
Dean for Admissions Apply Now for Minority Scholarships Globalizationg Debate (page 4), 3 p.m., Faculty Dining Room
ILS Meeting & Speaker (page 7), 5 p.m., 190B HOL
Apply by 5 p.m. Sept. 30 no exceptions 26 SALSA Reception for First-Semester Students & Faculty,
for Foley & Lardner Minority Scholarships for (page 7), 11:30 a.m.1:30 p.m., Faculty Dining Room
first-year minority students. Applications available Contracts Tutoring (Professor Davis), 1-2 p.m., 297 HOL
Career Services Spring Externship Informational Meeting,
from Diversity and Community Development Noon-1 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
j Director Desta Meghoo-Peddie (346 Holland Hall) 29 IAG Presentation (page 2)5 p.m., 190A HOL
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA or in Career Services (244 Bmton-Geer Hall). Criminal Law Assoc. Meeting, 5:30-6:30 p.m., 190 HOL
Honoring lhe past, shaping the ftir