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Creation Date: October 4, 2004
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Table of Contents
    Events and opportunities
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    Career Services, resources and opportunities
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    Faculty scholarship and activities
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    UF Law calendar
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Events & Opportunities

Opportunities in Estate Planning
& Elder Law Program Wednesday
The Estates, Trusts and Elder Law Society
and Center for Career Services will co-sponsor a
program on E-stat Planning and Elder Law
Opportunities" at noon Wednesday, Oct. 6, in
355B. Speakers will include Professor C. Douglas
Miller, director of the UF law Center for Estate
and Elder Law Planning; Jean Sperbeck, senior
staff attorney for the Probate Division of the
Eighth Judicial Circuit; and practicing attorney
Carla DeLoach Bryant. Refreshments will be
served. For information, e-mail ETELS President
Johanna Dewberry at hannadew@yahoo.com.
Support Your Class & College
The Fall 2004 Class Gift Team will be at
tables on the concourse Tuesday-Thursday, Oct.
5-7. Stop by to learn how your graduating class
gift can help support areas of your choice at the
law school, while enabling you to "give back" in a


memorable and meaningful way. For information,
e-mail Lauren Cury at LaurenCury@aol.com.
ABA-LSD Basketball Tournament
The American Bar Association-Law Student
Division (ABA-LSD) basketball tournament is
Nov. 7, and early registration begins this week.
ABA officers will be at tables on the concourse
this month to sign up student teams, or e-mail
bufhouse@ufl.edu for information. If you join
ABA-LSD online at www.abanet.org/join/
lsdenroll/ls_enroll.cfm, you become eligible for
prizes, and get discounted tournament registration.
Cariblaw Meeting Oct. 7
Cariblaw will meet 4:30-5:30 p.m. Thursday,
Oct. 7, in 285D. For information, e-mail Keisha
Aldrea Usher at kusher@tufl.edu.
Improve Skills at Toastmasters
Florida Law Toastmasters Public Speaking
Organization will meet at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct.
6, in 345. Observers and newcomers welcome. For
information, e-mail Florida Law Toastmasters
President Ray Dominick at r12345@ ufl.edu. O


Florida Supreme
Court Justices
Here Friday for
Moot Final Four
justices of the
Florida Supreme Court
will be at the law school
this Friday, Oct. 8, to
judge the justice
Campbell Thornal Moot
Court Team's Fall 2004
Final Four Competition.
The event begins
promptly at noon in the
college's new Ceremonial
Classroom (180A).
"For the first time in
a long time, the entire
Florida Supreme Court
will be here to judge,"
said Team Publicity Chair
Megan Cloninger Sladek.
All are invited to
watch the competition in
person you are
advised to come early to
get a seat or observe


285C.
The team, named in
honor of the late Florida
Supreme Court justice
Sand devoted alumnus,
participates in intramu-
ral, state and national
appellate competitions.
Details are online at
http://ufmootcourt.org/,
or available from Faculty
Team Advisors Henry T.
Wihnyk, Legal Skills
tt ... .... ... .. Fo.. ... Y.. ... .. Professor & Director,
SLegal Research, Writing,
& Appellate Advocacy,
andlor Legal Skills
Professor Leanne Pflaum,
S. both at 392-2198.


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Career Services, Resources & Opportunities


Date Set for 2005
Environmental
Conference
The 2005 Public
Interest Environmental
Conference has been
scheduled for Feb. 24-26
at UF's J. Wayne Reitz
Union. The annual event is
coordinated by the
Environmental and Land
Use Law Society, and last
year drew 400-plus partic-
ipants and featured best-
selling novelist/columnist
Carl Hiaasen as keynote
banquet speaker. For
details, e-mail Ashley
Cross-Rappaport at
cross71 I @ufl.edu or Adam
Regar at aregar@ufl.edu.
Also scheduled for 2005:
* Fourth Annual Richard E.
Nelson Symposium, Feb.
10-11 (tentative), Hilton


Register Now for Equal Justice
Works Career Fair & Conference
Students interested in attending the Equal
Justice Works Career Fair and Conference,
Thursday-Friday, Oct. 28-29, at the Hilton
Washington Hotel in Washington, D.C. must pre-
register with Career Services as soon as possible.
Events will include individual and group inter-
views, career development, and substantive law
sessions. Last year, nearly 200 employers and
1,200-plus students and graduates from across the
country participated, and offered a unique opportu-
nity to meet and interview in a single location.
Equal Justice Works (formerly The National
Association for Public Interest Law) was founded
in 1986 by law students dedicated to surmounting
barriers to equal justice that affect millions of low-
income individuals and families. Today, Equal
Justice Works leads the country in organizing,
training and supporting public service-minded law
students, and in creating summer and postgraduate
public interest jobs. Through annual donations
totaling $8 million-plus from law firms, corpora-
tinnE anrl founrlationc Fn l TictiPp oA/nrkc fiinrl


UF Conference Center. 1"
Organized by Professor law students and lawyers in programs that help
Michael Allan Wolf. millions of low-income individuals and families.
*Fourth Annual Law &
Technology Conference, If you cannot attend, visit the Web site -
Feb. 24-25, Sheraton www.equaljusticeworks.org for information on
World Resort, Orlando. employers attending, summer and permanent
Organized by Intellectual employment opportunities, and how to finance a
Property Law Program
Director Thomas Cotter. public interest career.
mRace and Law Curriculum Experience Counts
Workshop, Feb. 24-26,
Hilton UF Conference Grades are important, but they don't mean
Center. Organized by everything when it comes to employment. If you
Center for the Study of are interested in pursuing a career in public inter- .. .
Race and Race Relations.
" Sixth Annual Conference est law, experience and motivation are more .
on Legal and Policy Issues important than grades.
in the Americas, In addition, the public interest law communi-
Gainesville. Spring 2005. .n. E n
Organized by Center for ty is tight-knit. Experience helps you get to know .
Governmental the people and organizations, and being in the .
Responsibility. right place at the right time is key to obtaining a
" "Multi-Disciplinary
Collaboration: What Does public interest job.
It Mean and How Does It One difference in the public interest job
Work?" Center on Children search process is that jobs cannot be predicted
and Families fourth annual very far in advance. Being "i" ith the organiza-
conference. 2005. very far in advance. Being "in with the organiza-
tion often as a volunteer enables you to be
in future FlaLaws, or known to the organization as someone who could
contact Director of fill the opening. Experience also helps you
Conference Planning become more competent. Your resume may sug-
Barbara DeVoe (devoe@ gest competence, but working with particular
law.ufl.edu or 392-9238). organizations demonstrates it.


Finally, if you are passionate about a particular
issue, having experience with related organizations
can assist in your development of expertise in the
area.
All in all, experience helps develop maturity,
no matter what area of law you hope to pursue.
Public Interest vs. Pro Bono
All pro bono is public interest, but not all pub-
lic interest is pro bono. Public interest law is the
field encompassing service to the people through
non-profit organizations, government work, direct
legal services and even policy and legislative work.
Pro bono is volunteer legal work done in the public
interest. Volunteering for a law firm, while a valu-
able experience, is not pro bono in that it does not
reach the larger goal of bringing services to an
under-served or under-represented individual or
group.
The UF Pro Bono Project offers local place-
ments that provide valuable experience in assisting
with children's issues, prisoners' rights, and gener-
al concerns of people with low incomes, including
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access to public benefits, landlord tenant issues
and more. There also are many other opportunities
to do pro bono work in your hometown or else-
where during breaks from school. To participate or
for more information, see Director Jessie Howell
Wallace in Career Services.

Fellowships: Post-Grad & Law School
Historically, law fellowships were designed
solely to provide law graduates with employment
for a prescribed number of years following gradua-
tion. Today, fellowships also may be available to
law students for summer or a year-long program.
These highly competitive paid fellowships are
funded through various sources and match law stu-
dents or graduates with public service organiza-
tions or with law school programs. Areas include
civil and human rights, legal services to the disad-
vantaged, children and women's issues, immigrants
and immigration, innocence projects, farm work-
ers, environmental and wilderness issues and more.
Deadlines for many opportunities occur in the
fall. To learn more, visit the PSLawNet
"Fellowship Corer," top of the left sidebar menu
at www.pslawnet.org/. This resource includes a
calendar of fellowship application deadlines, a
PDF version of Yale's Fellowship Application Tips
and Fellowship and Grant Resources, as well as
Georgetown University Law Center's Post-
Graduate International Fellowship Guide.

Professionalism Vital During
Callback & Offer Process
It is critical that students remain professional
and respectful of legal employers and classmates
during the callback and offer stage of the recruit-
ment process. Don't be labeled as someone who
wasted legal employers' time and resources with-
out a legitimate reason. Hoarding callbacks and
holding open multiple offers can damage your rep-
utation in the legal community, since recruiters
often share information. If you are holding one or
more offers, it is to your professional benefit to:
* Make timely decisions.
* Promptly and graciously decline callbacks or offers
from firms you are no longer seriously considering.
* Maintain contact with the firm to keep them
apprised of your status and to re-affirm your
continued interest.
* Schedule time with Director Jessie Howell Wallace
or Assistant Dean Linda Calvert Hanson to talk
through your options and concerns and/or receive
answers to your recruiting questions.


Alternative Careers: Study in


Government Opportunities
If you are interested in a government career,
most agencies have early deadlines for summer or
permanent positions. Departments and deadlines
are listed outside Career Services and online at
www.law.arizona.edu/career/honorshandbook.cfm
(Userame radish, password redl).
Federal government jobs offer excellent bene-
fits and a chance to gain substantial experience
early in your career. Many agencies offer Honors
Programs (entry level programs for 3Ls, graduat-
ing LL.M.s and judicial law clerks) as well as
compensated or volunteer summer internships for
2Ls and some 1Ls. For more information, make an
appointment to see a counselor in Career Services.
Stay tuned for next week's article on small
and medium sized firm opportunities.

New Information on CCS Web Site
Visit Career Services' Web site often to check
for new and updated information. Many CCS
handouts are now online including information
on resumes, cover letters, receptions and more -
in the "Career Resources" section.
The "Employment Links" section offers links
to career development and job listing Web sites,
including sports and media agencies, child advoca-
cy groups, and corporate agencies, and a compre-
hensive list of links to courts, prosecutors and
defenders, and county attorneys in Florida was
recently added.
As always, information on judicial clerkships,
pro bono, and the fall program schedule is avail-
able under "Students."

Programs This Week
* One Quick Question, Tuesday, Oct. 5, 9:30-1 I a.m. Ask
Director Jessie Howell Wallace at the CCS table in the
courtyard about pro bono, resumes, cover letters,
deadlines, externships, OCI, job searches, interviews,
receptions or other career-related topics.

* Estate Planning and Elder Law Opportunities,
Wednesday, Oct. 6, noon, in 355D. Co-sponsored by
the Estates, Trusts and Elder Law Society (ETELS).
(Details in announcement on page I.) Gain a better
understanding about this practice area and learn how
become competitive in this field.

* Maximizing Your Career Possibilities, Learning to
Work Your Contacts, Friday, Oct. 8, noon, in Bailey
Courtroom. Co-sponsored by LEXIS. Learn creative
ways to make contacts or better utilize your current
contacts, as well as "tricks of the trade" that have
worked for many law students in the past. O


UF law
students
now can
study
abroad in
London if
they apply
by Oct. 15 for this year's
program.
UF has joined the
London Law Consortium,
which is administered by
the University of Iowa
College of Law and offers
a semester study program
in London to students of
its member schools.
Classes are held at
FSU's London facilities
during spring semester.
Most courses are taught
by visiting Consortium
faculty members resident
in London, with courses
on the English Legal
System and Law of the
European Union taught by
law lecturers from British
universities.
Details on courses,
instructors and more are
available from Noemar
Castro in Student Affairs
(castro@law.ufl.edu or
392-0421).


Attend Writing
Workshops
Writing Professor Lois
Randoph will offer writing
workshops Fridays at I I
a.m. in 285D on the
following dates:
* Oct. 8 (Modification)
* Oct. 22 (Word Choice)
* Oct. 29 (Punctuation)


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Submit News
for FlaLaw
FlaLaw is published
each week school is in ses-
sion. Submit news of inter-
est to the law school com-
munity by 10 a.m. Tuesday
for the following Monday's
issue to Editor Debra
Amirin, amirin@law.ufl.edu,
Levin College of Law Dean's
Office, Phone 352-392-
9238, Fax 352-392-8727.


Faculty Scholarship & Activ
SChesterfield Smith Professor Michael W.
Gordon has been appointed by Canada and
the United States to a bi-national panel
organized under the North American Free
Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The case
involves allegations by U.S. durum wheat
producers that Canadian durum wheat
exported to the U.S. was produced with the support of
subsidies provided by the Canadian government in vio-
lation of NAFTA. The panel includes two Canadians and
two other Americans, and hearings will be held in
Washington, D.C. This is Gordon's fourth appointment
to a NAFTA nanel with nrevioun race~ dealing with


I Professor Juan Francisco Perea's book,
Race and Races: Cases and Resources for
a Diverse America (2nd edition, with
Richard Delgado, Angela Harris, Jean
Stefancic and Stephanie Wildman) is forth-
coming in 2005. He participated this sum-
mer in the opening plenary session of the
national conference of the Education Conference of the
States, where he debated Stephen Thernstrom
(Harvard), Abigail Thernstrom (Manhattan Institute)
and Ron Ferguson (Harvard) on a reassessment of
Brown v. Board of Education. He also participated in
an intoerdircinlinarv nnlino dialonuii with several Ieading


Mexico and Canada. scholars, later published as "Brown and Its Impact on
GetRL -in1 Schools and American Life: A Dialogue," Vol. 19, No. 2
Focus on Law Studies, Spring 2004 (Division for Public
fullolor- vi Education of the American Bar Association). O



October
5 Career Services, I Quick Question, 9:30 11 a.m., courtyard
Class Gift Table, on concourse through Thursday
6 Career Services & ETELS, Estate Planning & Elder Law
College of Law Opportunities, noon, 355D
Administration Toastmasters, 5 p.m., 345
"Meditation in the Fishbowl," 5:15 6 p.m., 355A
* Robert H. jerry, II, Dean 7 Cariblaw Meeting, 4:30 5:30 p.m., 285D
* Stuart R. Cohn, 8 Writing Workshop, II a.m., 285D
Associate Dean for


International Studies
* George Dawson, Associate
Dean for Academic Affairs
* Michael K. Friel, Associate
Dean & Director, Graduate
Tax Program
* William H. Page,
Associate Dean for
Faculty Development
* M. Kathleen "Kathie" Price,
Associate Dean for Library
and Technology
* Gail E. Sasnett, Associate
Dean for Students,
Professionalism and
Community Relations
* J. Patrick Shannon,
Associate Dean for
Administrative Affairs
* Linda Calvert Hanson,
Assistant Dean for
Career Services
* Richard L. Ludwick,
Assistant Dean for Students
* J. Michael Patrick, Assistant
Dean for Admissions
* Donald J. Hale, Senior
Development Director
* Debra D. Amirin, Director of
Information & Publications


jvoot L ourt I-nal Four, noon, Ceremonial Classroom
(180A)
Career Services & Lexis, Maximizing Career Possibilities:
Working Your Contacts, noon, Bailey Courtroom
Roundtable discussion on "Partisan Pressure on judicial
Independence" with Florida Supreme Court Justice Harry
Lee Anstead, 4 p.m., 285A
II Criminal Law Association Meeting, 5:30 p.m. (Place TBA)
12 Career Services, I Quick Question, 9:30-11 a.m., courtyard
13 Career Services, Careers in International Law, noon, 355D
Toastmasters, 5 p.m., 345
"Meditation in the Fishbowl," 5:15-6 p.m., 355A
15 Career Services, Maximizingyour Professional Approach:
Professionalism & Etiquette, noon, Bailey Courtroom
JMBA Casino Night
19 Career Services, I Quick Question, 9:30-11 a.m., courtyard
20 Toastmasters, 5 p.m., 345
"Meditation in the Fishbowl," 5:15-6 p.m., 103 Bruton-Geer
Career Services, BLSA, PMBR, Preparing for the Final
Mile: Bar Application & Exam Information, 5-7 p.m.,
cafeteria
22 Writing Workshop, II a.m., 285D
Career Services and CLA: Legal Careers in Criminal Law,
noon, Bailey Courtroom
25 Criminal Law Association Meeting, 5:30 p.m. (Place TBA)
Advanced registration for Spring 2005 Semester begins,
ends Nov. 5
26 Career Services, I Quick Question, 9:3011 a.m.,
courtyard


December 2004 Graduating Students:
Pictures This Week, Order Regalia
The Levin College of Law's Fall 2004 com-
mencement ceremony will begin at 3 p.m., Friday,
Dec. 17, at the Center for Performing Arts
(pictured above). If you are graduating, note:
* If you have not completed a Graduation Check,
make an appointment as soon as possible with Kim
Thomas in Student Affairs to do so.
* Senior photographs will be taken this Tuesday &
Wednesday, Oct. 5 & 6, 9 a.m.-4:45 p.m., 212
Bruton-Geer Hall. Please stop by Student Affairs to
make your appointment, and be sure to wear court
attire (at least on top). If you cannot make these
days, make-up times will be posted later.
* Order your regalia by Oct. 15. The Cap & Gown
order form was e-mailed to students, and also is
available in Student Affairs. (Note that information
sent from the main campus about ordering regalia
does not apply to law students.) You may not order
regalia over the phone. If you miss the deadline for
ordering regalia, you will be charged a late fee.
* Stop by the Class Gift table on the concourse
Tuesday-Thursday, Oct. 5-7, to learn more about
supporting your class and your school.
For more information about graduation,
contact Kim Thomas (thomaskl@law.ufl.edu). O








w 0 University oFloridaFred Ic G. Levin Co e o Lw Ne OScb 4 2


Submit News
for FlaLaw
FlaLaw is published
each week school is in ses-
sion. Submit news of inter-
est to the law school com-
munity by 10 a.m. Tuesday
for the following Monday's
issue to Editor Debra
Amirin, amirin@law.ufl.edu,
Levin College of Law Dean's
Office, Phone 352-392-
9238, Fax 352-392-8727.


Faculty Scholarship & Activ
SChesterfield Smith Professor Michael W.
Gordon has been appointed by Canada and
the United States to a bi-national panel
organized under the North American Free
Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The case
involves allegations by U.S. durum wheat
producers that Canadian durum wheat
exported to the U.S. was produced with the support of
subsidies provided by the Canadian government in vio-
lation of NAFTA. The panel includes two Canadians and
two other Americans, and hearings will be held in
Washington, D.C. This is Gordon's fourth appointment
to a NAFTA nanel with nrevioun race~ dealing with


I Professor Juan Francisco Perea's book,
Race and Races: Cases and Resources for
a Diverse America (2nd edition, with
Richard Delgado, Angela Harris, Jean
Stefancic and Stephanie Wildman) is forth-
coming in 2005. He participated this sum-
mer in the opening plenary session of the
national conference of the Education Conference of the
States, where he debated Stephen Thernstrom
(Harvard), Abigail Thernstrom (Manhattan Institute)
and Ron Ferguson (Harvard) on a reassessment of
Brown v. Board of Education. He also participated in
an intoerdircinlinarv nnlino dialonuii with several Ieading


Mexico and Canada. scholars, later published as "Brown and Its Impact on
GetRL -in1 Schools and American Life: A Dialogue," Vol. 19, No. 2
Focus on Law Studies, Spring 2004 (Division for Public
fullolor- vi Education of the American Bar Association). O



October
5 Career Services, I Quick Question, 9:30 11 a.m., courtyard
Class Gift Table, on concourse through Thursday
6 Career Services & ETELS, Estate Planning & Elder Law
College of Law Opportunities, noon, 355D
Administration Toastmasters, 5 p.m., 345
"Meditation in the Fishbowl," 5:15 6 p.m., 355A
* Robert H. jerry, II, Dean 7 Cariblaw Meeting, 4:30 5:30 p.m., 285D
* Stuart R. Cohn, 8 Writing Workshop, II a.m., 285D
Associate Dean for


International Studies
* George Dawson, Associate
Dean for Academic Affairs
* Michael K. Friel, Associate
Dean & Director, Graduate
Tax Program
* William H. Page,
Associate Dean for
Faculty Development
* M. Kathleen "Kathie" Price,
Associate Dean for Library
and Technology
* Gail E. Sasnett, Associate
Dean for Students,
Professionalism and
Community Relations
* J. Patrick Shannon,
Associate Dean for
Administrative Affairs
* Linda Calvert Hanson,
Assistant Dean for
Career Services
* Richard L. Ludwick,
Assistant Dean for Students
* J. Michael Patrick, Assistant
Dean for Admissions
* Donald J. Hale, Senior
Development Director
* Debra D. Amirin, Director of
Information & Publications


jvoot L ourt I-nal Four, noon, Ceremonial Classroom
(180A)
Career Services & Lexis, Maximizing Career Possibilities:
Working Your Contacts, noon, Bailey Courtroom
Roundtable discussion on "Partisan Pressure on judicial
Independence" with Florida Supreme Court Justice Harry
Lee Anstead, 4 p.m., 285A
II Criminal Law Association Meeting, 5:30 p.m. (Place TBA)
12 Career Services, I Quick Question, 9:30-11 a.m., courtyard
13 Career Services, Careers in International Law, noon, 355D
Toastmasters, 5 p.m., 345
"Meditation in the Fishbowl," 5:15-6 p.m., 355A
15 Career Services, Maximizingyour Professional Approach:
Professionalism & Etiquette, noon, Bailey Courtroom
JMBA Casino Night
19 Career Services, I Quick Question, 9:30-11 a.m., courtyard
20 Toastmasters, 5 p.m., 345
"Meditation in the Fishbowl," 5:15-6 p.m., 103 Bruton-Geer
Career Services, BLSA, PMBR, Preparing for the Final
Mile: Bar Application & Exam Information, 5-7 p.m.,
cafeteria
22 Writing Workshop, II a.m., 285D
Career Services and CLA: Legal Careers in Criminal Law,
noon, Bailey Courtroom
25 Criminal Law Association Meeting, 5:30 p.m. (Place TBA)
Advanced registration for Spring 2005 Semester begins,
ends Nov. 5
26 Career Services, I Quick Question, 9:3011 a.m.,
courtyard


December 2004 Graduating Students:
Pictures This Week, Order Regalia
The Levin College of Law's Fall 2004 com-
mencement ceremony will begin at 3 p.m., Friday,
Dec. 17, at the Center for Performing Arts
(pictured above). If you are graduating, note:
* If you have not completed a Graduation Check,
make an appointment as soon as possible with Kim
Thomas in Student Affairs to do so.
* Senior photographs will be taken this Tuesday &
Wednesday, Oct. 5 & 6, 9 a.m.-4:45 p.m., 212
Bruton-Geer Hall. Please stop by Student Affairs to
make your appointment, and be sure to wear court
attire (at least on top). If you cannot make these
days, make-up times will be posted later.
* Order your regalia by Oct. 15. The Cap & Gown
order form was e-mailed to students, and also is
available in Student Affairs. (Note that information
sent from the main campus about ordering regalia
does not apply to law students.) You may not order
regalia over the phone. If you miss the deadline for
ordering regalia, you will be charged a late fee.
* Stop by the Class Gift table on the concourse
Tuesday-Thursday, Oct. 5-7, to learn more about
supporting your class and your school.
For more information about graduation,
contact Kim Thomas (thomaskl@law.ufl.edu). O