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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front cover
    Benner year possible through alumni support
        i
    Table of Contents
        Page 1
    Annual fund
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Annual fund: participation, contributions
            Page 2
        Book awards
            Page 4
            Page 5
        Memorial 2001-02
            Page 6
        2001-02 alumni event sponsors
            Page 7
    Special funding
        Page 8
        Page 9
        'Grass-roots support' makes Historic Facilities campaign successful
            Page 8
    Endowments
        Page 10
        Endowments vital for future Top 10 competition
            Page 10
        Review endowment unique
            Page 11
        Putting an endowment in place
            Page 12
            Page 13
    2001-2002 financial summary
        Page 14
        Around the Southeast
            Page 15
        Distinguished donors
            Page 16
            Page 17
        Annual fund donors
            Page 18
            Page 19
            Page 20
            Page 21
            Page 22
            Page 23
            Page 24
            Page 25
            Page 26
            Page 27
        Special funding donors
            Page 28
            Page 29
            Page 30
            Page 31
        Perpetual gifts
            Page 32
            Page 33
            Page 34
            Page 35
        J.D. alumni
            Page 36
            Page 37
            Page 38
            Page 39
            Page 40
            Page 41
        LLMT alumni
            Page 42
            Page 43
    Heritage of leadership
        Page 44
    Closing arguments
        Page 45
    Back Cover
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA LEVIN COLLEGE OF LAW VOL. 39 NO. 2 SPRING 2003


Providing for their FUTURE


2001-02













Banner Year Possible Through


The importance of alumni involvement in the success of the College of La1\

is dcmolistrated by a revie\\- of some notable 2001-02 achiev-ements each

one funtecl by, supported or participated in by one or more UFLanv grads.


La. school officials and UF administer a-
tor; announce ne.v Center on
Children and the Law. to be direct-
ed br narionall, recognized Professor
Ba.bara Bennett W'oodhou.e i.ho
comes to the College of La.v from the
Unr.er;ice of Penn.irlnlania .here ihe
.vas co-founder and co-diiecito of the
Center for Childrens Police Practice
and Researchi

Gator TeamChild and the Juvenile
Mediation Clinic are among 26
organization honored br the National
Council on Cr ime and Delinquenc, for
their -.o k .virh southh

Florida Supieme Court Chief justice
Charles vVell; 64 and other current
and retired Court Justices
ludge 16th annual Zimmerman
Shuffield Kiser & Sutcliffe Moot
Court Cup competition

Alumni from all ov.e the county,
and Carribean attend Black Law
Student Association's 30th
Annive sar i celebration and 12th
Annual BLSA Alumni Reunion
vVeekend

During 2001-2002 and preceding iix
month; la.r faculc, hire eight educa-
tor; of tremendous talent and
experuie to put la.v school in po;.-
tion to enhance signature program;
add st engrh to core curriculum cre-
ate ne-. iniiatrive;
* David Leviln Chair in Fa.imil La.r
Professor Barbara Bennett
Woodhouse.
* Levin Mabie Levin Profe;sor Berta
Esperanza Hernandez-Truyol
* Marshall Cri,,er Chair in Elecconic
Communication; & Adnlinistr3ion
William Page.
* As;istnt Profe.;or, Sherrie
Russell-Brown.Valerie Sanchez,
Mark Fenster,Wayne Hanewicz
and Mark Thurmon


Faculc, alumni. soff and students -o, k
together rihoughou 2000-20101 to
address lad. schooll di.eir itr issue; and
the recruing and reLirning of minor c,
faculty and students

Master in the art of human conflict
re;olulion shared iecreu to success.
ith moe rharn I00 la.vers. ;iudents
and others amending the 2nd Annual
Upchurch Watson & White
Dispute Resolution Symposium
presented br the la.v schools Inlitute
for Dispute Resolution

Hispanic Business Magazine licts
Le.in College of La.v a; one of the
nations Top I0 La. School; for
Hiipanic Students in its September
20010 is;ue

Chief Justice and Justices from the
Florida Supreme CourtL Dean jon Mill;
and la. school fculcr. SLiff and student
pa r iclpate in special ceremony in honor
of those killed and foundedd 9 I I

In .vorld.ride competition in inVenna
the lai. school International
Commercial Arbitration Moot
Court Team topped labit ears 51Ith
percennle ranking br moo;ing up to 37th
141st of 108 teamri.andr ranked 13 of 26
US team; Suppor t fiom Steel
Hector & Davis. LLP, n -Miarm make;
it possible for the team to compete

The eighth annual Public Interest
Environmental Conference,
Induitr r i; from -lar;
Enr.ronmenLli;.r aie from venu;
Reconciling oui Differences on Earth
held in spring and organized b,
Environmental and Land Use
Law Society student organization

A record 2 550 students the largest
and one of the moit qualified candi-
date pool; in school history, in .vmn-
ter 2002 applied for Fall 20012 admis-
Iion. a 40% nocieaie o.er Fall 2001


IncernationallI recognized human
rights advocate and author Randall
Robin;on and fornme Jamaican cabi-
net minister Dudle, Thompion .vere
featured ac [he Third Annual
Conference on Race and Race
Relations organized be Center for
the Stud, of Pace and Race Relauion.

Environmental Moot Court Team
beachess semifinal; at Pace Unir.er itr
National Competition in Ne-. York.
studenri from summer 20011
UF Un.ier.i[r of Co;ca Rica joint
Progrmr in Eni;ronmental La.r .,in
Ei.o of three round; of Steoron
Unrier ;itr Incernaronal Environmental
La. Moo[ Cout Competition

Officials and academicians from Br azil
Co;ca Rica. Guatemala Aigentina.
Mexico and Cuba among par Lcipants
at the Third Annual Legal &
Policy Issues in the Americas
Conference organized be Center for
Gove, nmenLl Responr;ibilier

According to USNews d World
Report. the College of La.v mo.ed
into the country rs top 20 public la.v
school; and .va ranked in top 50
public and pi. ate The publicaiions
report on Americas Best Giraduate
School; again rank; Graduate Tax
Program second in count, ,


UFLa.vs fall and pripng Trial Teams
celebrate banner iear making final; in
all competition; entered One squad
earned FloIida Bar Chester Bedell
lemoi ial itate championship foi
secondd ,ear in a io.v. and three
unit ;. on regional competitions and
advanced to nauonal tour nament;. Of
41-10 la.v school teams compeung at
national le.el onli UF had unit; in
t.ro Final Four; preitigiou;
American Ba, Association and
Americanr Trial La-. ier; competition.;

The Justice Campbell Thornal
Moot Court Team advanced to
qua rte final;. in the Bank uptc La.v
Competition Sl Johns Uni.eriit'.
-.on secondd in the Rub, Vale Naiional
Corporate Lai. Competition.
Dela.vare. hosted the annual Ramer
F -laguire Final Fou, Competition.
and -.on secondd place for Best
Memoi andum in the JESSUP
Southeast regional competition

Thank; to i.idespiead support from
alumni throughout Florida and the
nation a; .vell as from lai. firms. f3c-
ulct. friends and la1 students the
Le.in College of La exceeds it;
goal to i aiie $5 million be the end of
2001 to.vard a $25 million contr uc-
tion piolect to begin in 2003 Plan;
call for const auction on a malor
addition to the Legal Infoirmraion
Center ;ubsequentli to be
named the Lawton Chiles ('55)
Legal Information Center in
honor of the late Florida go.ernor
and US senator and ne.v state-
of-the-art cilarooms


Need to Fund Key Activities
A lujr.. .:.nrc.tbut:.r., pledl;e e;:ch e-i' th e:.uh the Ar.nu, Fundr -
ur.jiE .i.:E .d uei u:d.I t. lhI.. I.:h.:.:l .heie ...:c. r.-dee d i r.d i-.. : rEiC..-:
l'eI.n:i ri d *., :.:.rc, t.buc:. I:.r pe.i:.il.: .:[it,.i :.'ariz- i .:.r.l ;upp'.:.I'
nr, .:. [the .:[i...[.n .r,.:ludj d .i r, th, 21:111 HihlIh[! P p.r:.c[

A review of the past three years

1999-00: 7?-4 45- 2000-01: $ s 5 2001-02: $4f, ?l

2002-03 Annual Fund Goal h$500 000
IN NEW DONOR GIFTS. PLEDGES























TRUSTEE CHAIRMAN MESSAGE


Friends and Colleagues:

What an important year 2001 2002 has been for our law school. We are beginning to see
the results of having Dean Jon Mills and UF President Charles Young so committed to
making the quality of our facilities equal to the quality of our students, faculty and alumni.
Their stated goal of moving UFLaw into the ranks of the Top 10 public law schools is truly
achievable if we all join in that commitment.


In 2003, thanks to our Building Committee chaired by WC. Gentry and the hundreds
of you that contributed, we will begin construction on an expanded Library and new
state-of-the-art classrooms. While we have accomplished much, our challenge now will be
to equip these new and upgraded facilities with futuristic technology needed for the highest
quality research and communications.


The Law Center Board of Trustees will be working tirelessly to accomplish these goals,
and we need to know we can count on your continued support and contributions.
Opportunities still exist for your help in making the Lawton Chiles Legal Information
Center, the renovated Holland Hall and the O'Connell Supreme Court Reading Room
competitive with comparable law school facilities across the country.


Although we are disappointed Dean Mills will be stepping down in 2003, I can assure you
thorough and detailed work has gone into finding his successor. I had the 1i .i.. .. of
serving on the law school's Dean Search Committee, co-chaired by Professors Christopher
Slobogin and Barbara Woodhouse. My experience working with them, other educators on
the committee, and the faculty as a whole has been most rewarding. President Young and
Provost David Colburn also have been very involved in this process. I am honored to have
represented you on such a great committee, and value the working relationship our Board
has with the staff, faculty and administration.


Exciting and dynamic changes are ahead for us in 2003-04 and beyond, and with your loyal
Gator Law support, we can all look forward to seeing them unfold. Thank you!!


MARYBETH McDONALD '82
2001-03 CHAIRMAN, BOARD OF TRUSTEES, UF LAW CENTER ASSOCIATION
MCDONALD & RODGERS. PA.. ORLANDO


PUBLIC LAW SCHOOLS

As UFLaw moves toward being a Top 10
public U.S. law school, a peer comparison in
key categories using information from
2000-01 reveals these data:




2000-01 Alumni Participating

School % Living Cntributin


Virginia
Texas
Minnesota
Michigan
UC-Berkeley
Illinois
Wisconsin
Washington
UCLA
Florida


13,991
14,900
8,331
18,773
11,885
7,997
12,135
7,307
11,441
15,532


2000-01 Gifts, Grants, Other

Scoo 20I00-01,,


Virginia
Michigan
Washington
Illinois
UC-Berkeley
Minnesota
Texas
Iowa
UCLA
Wisconsin
Florida


$22,697,911
$12,409,108
$11,281,534
$10,729,030
$ 9,060,863
$ 8,291,214
$ 7,649,731
$ 4,930,000
$ 3,401,000
$ 2,736,270
$ 1,362,324


MarketValue of Endowments
Schoo 2I000-0


Board ofTrustees
Chairman Marybeth
McDonald '82 meets
at 2002 Reunion
Weekend with
classmates (from left)
Lawrence Semento
'81,Mount Dora;
Carlos Concepcion
'82, Miami; and Craig
A. Jaslow '81, Miami.


Michigan
UCLA
Virginia
Texas
Minnesota
Florida
Iowa
UCLA
Wisconsin
Washington
Illinois


Source:American BarAssociation.


$227,754,168
$185,225,526
$163,153,117
$151,053,916
$ 75,048,702
$ 64,302,062
$ 40,000,000
$ 33,069,000
$ 31,848,550
$ 22,852,066
$ 10,372,048




ANNA FUN


COUNCIL PRESIDENT
MESSAGE


Dear Fellow Alumni:

I wish to thank each of you who supported
our law school during the 2001-02 fiscal year,
as well as those of you on board already in '02-
03 (you'll be listed in the nextAnnual Report).
In light of our state and national eco-
nomic conditions and in light of UF's quest
to provide quality plus affordability in legal
education I think we all are increasingly
aware of the need for the private sector to
do its part for "publicly assisted" education.
Our contributions to the Annual Fund
supplement State funding and make possible
varied opportunities for students.
As you can see throughout this Report,
contributions from alumni, friends and
law firms make
the difference
in the academ-
ic quality and
educational
environment
at our law
school.All gifts
are important;
any amount is
appreciated and
beneficial.
I'm happy
to report that alumni participation rate
increased from 10 percent to 12 percent in
2001-02, and we hope to add several more
percentage points by the end of '02-03.
Taking the lead in that area are recent grad-
uating classes that revived the "Graduating
Class Gift" tradition (see page 4). The Law
Review students also are taking a leadership
role by pledging their support to endow the
Review (see page I I).
Your Alumni Council is working to
broaden our base of support through appeals
to classmates, and by encouraging firms with
two or more Gators to achieve 100 percent
participation through the Law Firm Giving
Program.We also need more individuals and
firms to sponsor BookAwards. Please partic-
ipate when asked. If you are celebrating your
5th, 10th or 25th reunion this April, please
come back to campus and support your
Reunion Class Gift.
Thanks for your involvement!

Kenneth R.Johnson '81
2002-03 Alumni Council President
Naples


* What is It? Why DoWe Need It?


UFLaw IN COMPETITION with Top 10





Annual Fund

Participation, Contributions


to be meaningful to students -
is as much about varied,
effective co-curricular, extra-
curricular programs and organizations as
it is about superb faculty and
required courses.
And when it comes to enrichment
beyond the classroom, the Annual Fund is
the lifeblood of those co-curricular and extra-
curricular activities needed to help UFLaw
and its students compete with their peers at
law schools throughout the country.
When it comes to Annual Fund success,
the College of Law is not keeping pace with
Top 10 competitors or even with some law
schools in Florida and the Southeast.
While large portions of the school's
annual budget come from State allocation,
tuition and interest from its Endowment
(capped annually at about 4.5-5 percent of
accumulated interest), many programs and
activities benefitting students the most aren't
covered by these monies. For example:

Moot Court and Trial Teams
Annual Fund contributions help pay for
training, travel expenses and materials for
UFLaw's excellent teams to participate in
prestigious state, regional and national com-
petitions each semester against squads from
Florida, Southeast and Top Tier law schools.

Pro Bono Work
Annual Fund contributions help match
funds provided by various entities to provide
stipends to students working in public inter-
est organizations or doing pro bono work.


Law College Council
Allocates Annual Fund monies to
deserving law student organizations to help
defray symposia and conference costs
including speakers' fees, printing and other
event costs.

John Marshall Bar Association
The outstanding and historic law
student government is funded in part by
Annual Fund monies, as are the many groups
overseen by Law College Council.

Essentials Provided
Additional vital UFLaw elements cov-
ered through Annual Fund contributions are:

1. Scholarship and loan assistance

2. Innovative Book Awards

3. Stipends for student research assistants

4. Strengthening of law library

5. Support services and programs for
students, alumni

6. Funding for conferences, lectures

7. Influencing national rankings and
recruitment of students and faculty

Each year UFLaw needs to raise more
than $500,000 in new donor Annual Fund
contributions. Currently about 10-12
percent of UFLaw's 15,000 living alums are
contributing.
Experience is an invaluable form of
instruction, and a truly great legal educa-
tion requires public financial support to
ensure a range of activities to promote
intellectual, professional and social growth.


2 ANNUAL REPORT



































Student Publications / Organizations
Supported by Annual Fund Contributions
Donors can restrict gifts to particular student groups or to a generic


"Student Organizations" fund

* American Bar Association/ Law
Student Division
* Asian- and Pacific-American Law
Students Association
* Association for Public Interest Law
* Black Law Students Association
* Caribbean Law Students
Association
* Christian Legal Society
* Criminal Law Association
* Entertainment,Arts and Sports
Law Society
* Environmental and Land Use
Planning Law Society
* Estates &Trusts and Elder Law
Society


* Federalist Society
* Florida Law Review
* Florida Journal of International Law
* Florida Toastmasters
* Health Law Association
* Intellectual Property & Technology
Law Association
* International Law Society
* Jewish Law Students Association
SJohn Marshall BarAssociation
J* journal of Law & Public Policy
* Journal ofTechnology Law & Policy
* Justice Campbell Thornal Moot
Court Team
* Law Association of Women


* Law School Democrats
* Law School Republicans
* Mediation and Negotiation
Association
* Phi Alpha Delta
* Phi Delta Phi
* Volunteer Income TaxAssistance
* Trial Competition Team
* Association of Trial Lawyers of
America
* Corporate Law Society
* Florida Intellectual Property Group
* Internet and Computer Law
Association
* Lambda Legal Alliance


'Law Firm Giving' Encouraging Gator Grads

A n Alumni Council initiative re-established in 2002 for theAnnual Fund drive each year seems to
have caught the competitive spirit of Gator law grads. Law firm partners and associates,
government lawyers, and corporate practitioners who all have one thing in
common being UF law alums are working to achieve
100 percent participation among Gators in their offices as part of the Firms in Tampa,
2002-03 Annual Fund campaign.
Through the revived Law Firm Giving Program, offices with two Miami, Naples,
or more Gators that achieve 100 percent participation will receive recog-
nition on a display in the Career Services lobby of the law school and in West Palm, Jax,
publications. Already, 20 firms have achieved or are working toward the
100 percent goal. Tallahassee
The program is designed to broaden the base of alumni
support and to educate alumni about the role of private funds for publicly already at 100%
assisted law schools.They are essential for students, faculty and programs
and boost the college's national ranking in the area of alumni participation.
To participate, contact Denise Stobbie in Alumni Affairs / 352.392.9296 or stobbie@law.ufl.edu


About 10-12% of UFLaw's more than
15,000 living alums contribute annually.



Includes unrestricted Annual Funds,
restricted Endowment Funds





p s





Belt tightening helps, but costs of quality
Student Support, Academic Programs high.

Data compiled from UF Law Center AssocationAnnual Report, 1998-02



YOU

Can Select

The Annual Fund's flexibility allows
donors to choose how much to
contribute and how their gifts will be
used to enrich student life or to leave
allocation of funds to discretion of the
Dean (based on where funds can best be
used for students that fiscal year). Gifts
may be any amount, usually between
$25 $2,500, and can be given at any
time during a fiscal year (July-June) or in
response to mail or phone appeals.


ANNUAL REPORT 3


I.I.nSil. Fiu .


I ImrTmmmDo




ANNA FUN


COUNCIL PRESIDENT
MESSAGE


Dear Fellow Alumni:

I wish to thank each of you who supported
our law school during the 2001-02 fiscal year,
as well as those of you on board already in '02-
03 (you'll be listed in the nextAnnual Report).
In light of our state and national eco-
nomic conditions and in light of UF's quest
to provide quality plus affordability in legal
education I think we all are increasingly
aware of the need for the private sector to
do its part for "publicly assisted" education.
Our contributions to the Annual Fund
supplement State funding and make possible
varied opportunities for students.
As you can see throughout this Report,
contributions from alumni, friends and
law firms make
the difference
in the academ-
ic quality and
educational
environment
at our law
school.All gifts
are important;
any amount is
appreciated and
beneficial.
I'm happy
to report that alumni participation rate
increased from 10 percent to 12 percent in
2001-02, and we hope to add several more
percentage points by the end of '02-03.
Taking the lead in that area are recent grad-
uating classes that revived the "Graduating
Class Gift" tradition (see page 4). The Law
Review students also are taking a leadership
role by pledging their support to endow the
Review (see page I I).
Your Alumni Council is working to
broaden our base of support through appeals
to classmates, and by encouraging firms with
two or more Gators to achieve 100 percent
participation through the Law Firm Giving
Program.We also need more individuals and
firms to sponsor BookAwards. Please partic-
ipate when asked. If you are celebrating your
5th, 10th or 25th reunion this April, please
come back to campus and support your
Reunion Class Gift.
Thanks for your involvement!

Kenneth R.Johnson '81
2002-03 Alumni Council President
Naples


* What is It? Why DoWe Need It?


UFLaw IN COMPETITION with Top 10





Annual Fund

Participation, Contributions


to be meaningful to students -
is as much about varied,
effective co-curricular, extra-
curricular programs and organizations as
it is about superb faculty and
required courses.
And when it comes to enrichment
beyond the classroom, the Annual Fund is
the lifeblood of those co-curricular and extra-
curricular activities needed to help UFLaw
and its students compete with their peers at
law schools throughout the country.
When it comes to Annual Fund success,
the College of Law is not keeping pace with
Top 10 competitors or even with some law
schools in Florida and the Southeast.
While large portions of the school's
annual budget come from State allocation,
tuition and interest from its Endowment
(capped annually at about 4.5-5 percent of
accumulated interest), many programs and
activities benefitting students the most aren't
covered by these monies. For example:

Moot Court and Trial Teams
Annual Fund contributions help pay for
training, travel expenses and materials for
UFLaw's excellent teams to participate in
prestigious state, regional and national com-
petitions each semester against squads from
Florida, Southeast and Top Tier law schools.

Pro Bono Work
Annual Fund contributions help match
funds provided by various entities to provide
stipends to students working in public inter-
est organizations or doing pro bono work.


Law College Council
Allocates Annual Fund monies to
deserving law student organizations to help
defray symposia and conference costs
including speakers' fees, printing and other
event costs.

John Marshall Bar Association
The outstanding and historic law
student government is funded in part by
Annual Fund monies, as are the many groups
overseen by Law College Council.

Essentials Provided
Additional vital UFLaw elements cov-
ered through Annual Fund contributions are:

1. Scholarship and loan assistance

2. Innovative Book Awards

3. Stipends for student research assistants

4. Strengthening of law library

5. Support services and programs for
students, alumni

6. Funding for conferences, lectures

7. Influencing national rankings and
recruitment of students and faculty

Each year UFLaw needs to raise more
than $500,000 in new donor Annual Fund
contributions. Currently about 10-12
percent of UFLaw's 15,000 living alums are
contributing.
Experience is an invaluable form of
instruction, and a truly great legal educa-
tion requires public financial support to
ensure a range of activities to promote
intellectual, professional and social growth.


2 ANNUAL REPORT









ANNUAL FUND CONTRIBUTIONS B


A New Source...















Representatives of the Fall '01 graduating class amie Rodriguez and Johanne
Foster present a "Class Gift" check to Dean Jon Mills (left) and Immediate Past
Alumni Council President Bruce Harris.The gift directed to the building campaign
revived a graduating class tradition dormant in the 90's. aon


Graduating Students Revive Class Gift

W ay back in '88, the graduating UFLaw class wanted to leave *
something behind to honor the College and its students, so
it raised more than $5,000. And previous classes also had raised
funds toward landscaping and construction and to provide benches
for the outdoor study terraces.
Through the 90s, however, the "Class Gift" tradition was dor-
mant. But in Fall 2001 at the December graduation a group of '0 I
graduates took it on themselves to revive the tradition and pre-
sented $4,050 to Dean Jon Mills toward the building
campaign. *
Organizing students were Johanne "We're indebted
Foster, Jamie Rodriguez, Tenesia
Connelly, Michael Grider,Josh Heller, to Fall '01 grads
Miguel Suau, Jose Garcia and Eugene who felt strongly
Gregory.
Five months later, the Spring 2002 this tradition J
class at May commencement ceremonies should be
strongly endorsed the tradition's return
by presenting a Class Gift of $13,530 resumed." .
(including funds collected and pledged)
to be used to help support law school organizations, activities and
programs. Leading the collection effort were Samantha I
Schosberg, Dawn Henrichon, Mack Bernard, Ana Garcia,
Natalie Jackson, Allyson Enfinger, Theo Kypreos and
George Moraitis Jr. B R
All 16 representatives already are Alumni Council members. n i
"The 'Class Gift' is a wonderful gesture of professionalism,"
noted Dean Mills on accepting the '02 grads' contributions. "An
important part of being a member of any profession is giving back B
to support and improve the institution that prepared you and oth-
ers who will follow. We are indebted to the Fall '01 grads who felt
strongly this tradition should be resumed."
The combined graduating classes' total participation was
more than 30 percent. .




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Unique Donation F

Courtyard Centerpiece for Students, Alums

Sne College of Law donation resulting in the campus focal
point for students, alumni, staff, faculty and visitors: the
Marcia Whitney Schott Courtyard. It is named in memory of
one of the first UFLaw alumna who, along with her husband
Lewis M. Schott, was a devoted law school supporter. The
Schotts met at UFLaw, and both graduated
in 1946. Lewis subsequently practiced in Schott
Daytona Beach and was a municipal judge Memorial
there. He directed (1949-52) the Florida
State Beverage Department, and was a courtyard,
member of the Governor's Cabinet. The
couple gave generously to the Bruton- a cam
Geer building campaign in 1983, and con- focal point
tribute $50,000 to endowment of the law
school's Clarence J.TeSelle Professorship. Lewis in 1987 estab-
lished the first eminent scholar super chair in Florida's State i .
University System, contributing $2 million in onnor of his wife and
providing funding for research of rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus
and related diseases. Mr. Schott continues as a devoted and regular
Annual Fund donor to the law school, is a UF Foundation Fellow, ex-
officio member of the Foundation Board of Directors, chosen as a UF
Distinguished Alumnus, and member of the UF President's Council.




6 ANNUAL REPORT











2001-02 Alumni


Event Sponsors

Annual Fund contributions each year include individuals and
law firms who sponsor receptions and other events making it
possible for the Dean and faculty members to visit with alumni
and friends in communities throughout Florida and the nation.
Firms contribute $500 and up to help sponsor an event, while
individuals contribute $100.


Florida Bar Annual Meeting Reception
June 20, 2002


FIRMS
Douglass Law Firm, P.A.
Feldman Gale &Weber, P.A.
Gray Harris & Robinson, P.A.
Greenberg Traurig, P.A.
Holland & Knight, LLP

INDIVIDUALS
Bill Bone
W.C. Gentry
E.C. Deeno Kitchen
MarkW. Klingensmith
Ron Labasky
J. Grier Pressly III


LexisNexisT
Upchurch Watson White & Max
Mediation Group


Doyle Rogers
Bill Romanos
Howard M. Rosenblatt
Oscar A. Sanchez
Larry & Cathy Sellers


'Beat the Noles'lTallahassee Reception
November 13,2001

FIRMS
Holland & Knight, LLP


INDIVIDUALS
Vinse Barrett
Bruce Culpepper
Dexter Douglas
Robert Ervin
Benjamin Overton


Gary Printy
Larry & Cathy Sellers
Crit Smith
Mac Stipanovich
Charley & Linda Wells


'Beat the Bulldogs'/Jacksonville Reception
October 25, 2001


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Bedell Dittmar Devault Pillans
& Coxe
Coker Myers Schickel &
Sorenson, P.A.

INDIVIDUALS
Bruce Johnson
Douglas Milne
Barbara Puestow
Rutledge Liles


Holland & Knight, LLP
Law Office ofW.C. Gentry
Milton Leach & D'Andrea, P.A.



Barry Sinoff
Hon.Waddell A.Wallace
Wendy E.Witten
Evan J.Yegelwel


Annual Fund

Donors, Page 18...


ANNUAL REPORT 7




SPCA FUDN


I What is It? Why Do We Need It?


'Grass-roots Support'


Makes Historic Facilities Campaign Successful
Main Focus of 2001-2002 SDecial Funding


Historically, UFLaw alumni
have been asked to partici-
pate in Special Funding
activities for major facilities
construction and remodeling, but none
more important than the one conducted
during the 2001-02 fiscal year.
Thanks to "an outpouring of grass-
roots support from more than 500 alumni,
faculty, staff, friends and students,"


W.C. Gentry '71 as chairman of the Law
Center Association Board of Trustees
Building Campaign Committee was able
to announce initial raising of more than
$6.3 million exceeding by $1.3 million
the first-phase $5 million for expansion
of facilities for the nation's 11th largest
law school.
The money raised plus State matching
funds and millions of dollars provided by


An extremely valuable and useful Special Funding facility was made possible by a generous gift of $350,000 from
the estate of Ralph R. Bailey arranged by James D. Camp Jr.'5 I. The Bailey Courtroom helps students gain first-
rate skills and experience in a professional legal setting. Similar naming opportunities are available in 2003-04 in connec-
tion with library expansion and facilities construction renovation.The Bailey estate also established a law school scholar-
ship fund for Broward County students. Bailey was a pioneer of that county and a successful land developer.


the University of Florida President
Charles Young and the university will go
toward the $25 million needed for expan-
sion of the law library and construction of
state-of-the-art classrooms.
Construction and renovation will
start in late 2003 on library expansion and
it will be named the Lawton Chiles Legal
Information Center. Chiles, who died in
1998, earned his UF law degree in 1955
and later served Florida as governor and
U.S. senator.
Mills praised the Law Center
Association Board of Trustees, Chairman
Marybeth McDonald and past Chairman


8 ANNUAL REPORT












Richard M. "Robie" Robinson, it's constituents and the university
both of Orlando, for their support community. This generosity clearly
and fund-raising efforts. He noted the demonstrates the tremendous support the
Law Alumni Council, headed then by college enjoys and will help enhance the
Bruce Harris of Orlando and more reputation of the law school and universi-
than 200 class representatives, helped ty as a whole." Mills said enlarging and


secure gifts
mates and
throughout
Georgia and
States.


from class-
colleagues
Florida,
the United


"Generous support
from law faculty also
played a major role as it
has in prior fundraising
campaigns," Mills said.


"GENEROUS SUPPORT

FROM FACULTY

PLAYED A MAJOR

ROLE AS IT HAS IN

PRIOR FUND-RAISING

CAMPAIGNS."


upgrading teaching
facilities and the
library, built in the late
1960s, was critical for
retention of American
Bar Association accred-
itation and was a prior-
ity for Young and the
UF administration.
Mills said expansion


"Every gift, regardless of
size, made a difference and helped us
exceed our goal."
Mills also noted the leadership
and initiative of President Young and
Provost David Colburn in designating
university funds to supplement the
private fund-raising effort was essential
to the campaign's success.
Young said "this wonderful accom-
plishment is good news for the law school,


would place the center
among the top 20 of 182 academic law
libraries in the country in terms of space.
In addition to library expansion and
new classroom construction, renovations
will transform classroom space in Holland
Hall completed in 1969 and named after
former Florida Governor and U.S. Senator
Spessard Holland, a 1916 UFLaw grad.
Additional funding for renovations, furni-
ture and technology are needed.


Special Funding
Donors, Page 28...


ANNUAL REPORT 9


Campaign A

Giving Analysis

LEGEND
S1% of the donors gave $250,000 or above
E 2% gave $100,000-249,000
S2% gave $50,000-99,999
0 3% gave $25,000-49,999
I 6% gave $10,000-24,999
0 65% gave $1,000-9,999
E 21% gave $999 or less


*numbers=contributors




SPCA FUDN


I What is It? Why Do We Need It?


'Grass-roots Support'


Makes Historic Facilities Campaign Successful
Main Focus of 2001-2002 SDecial Funding


Historically, UFLaw alumni
have been asked to partici-
pate in Special Funding
activities for major facilities
construction and remodeling, but none
more important than the one conducted
during the 2001-02 fiscal year.
Thanks to "an outpouring of grass-
roots support from more than 500 alumni,
faculty, staff, friends and students,"


W.C. Gentry '71 as chairman of the Law
Center Association Board of Trustees
Building Campaign Committee was able
to announce initial raising of more than
$6.3 million exceeding by $1.3 million
the first-phase $5 million for expansion
of facilities for the nation's 11th largest
law school.
The money raised plus State matching
funds and millions of dollars provided by


An extremely valuable and useful Special Funding facility was made possible by a generous gift of $350,000 from
the estate of Ralph R. Bailey arranged by James D. Camp Jr.'5 I. The Bailey Courtroom helps students gain first-
rate skills and experience in a professional legal setting. Similar naming opportunities are available in 2003-04 in connec-
tion with library expansion and facilities construction renovation.The Bailey estate also established a law school scholar-
ship fund for Broward County students. Bailey was a pioneer of that county and a successful land developer.


the University of Florida President
Charles Young and the university will go
toward the $25 million needed for expan-
sion of the law library and construction of
state-of-the-art classrooms.
Construction and renovation will
start in late 2003 on library expansion and
it will be named the Lawton Chiles Legal
Information Center. Chiles, who died in
1998, earned his UF law degree in 1955
and later served Florida as governor and
U.S. senator.
Mills praised the Law Center
Association Board of Trustees, Chairman
Marybeth McDonald and past Chairman


8 ANNUAL REPORT





O INENDOWMENT


* What is It? Why Do We Need It?


Professorships
of Great Benefit

Endowed professorships are of tremen-
dous benefit to the Levin College of Law
as it moves toward the Top 10. These aid
in recruitment and retention of out-
standing faculty such as these UF educa-
tors (and those pp. 12-13):


Endowments VITAL FOR FUTURE Top 10




Competition
'An Endowment is like a savings account: you

can never touch the principal.'


Nancy E. Dowd is the
Chesterfield Smith Professor
of Law and an Associate
Director of the Center on
Children & the Law. She
recently completed her third
book, Feminist Legal Theory:An
Anti-Essentialist Reader, co-edited
with UF Professor Michelle S.
Jacobs. Dowd earned her B.A.
with honors at University of
Connecticut, M.A. at Illinois, and
J.D. cum laude at Loyola
University of Chicago. Her
expertise is family law and
constitutional law.




Berta Esperanza Hernandez
Truyol Levin Mabie & Levin
Professor of Law taught at
the universities of St.John's and
New Mexico, was a litigator for
two NewYork firms, worked at
the U.S. departments of Justice
and Labor, and is widely pub-
lished on issues of gender/race,
international human rights and
employment discrimination. She
did undergraduate work at
Cornell, earned her J.D. cum laude
from Albany Law School of Union
University, and received her LL.M.
from NewYork University.





A key faculty member in
UFLaw's international emphasis
is Stuart Cohn Gerald A.
Sohn Scholar. He is director of
the International and
Comparative Law certificate
program and coordinator of all
law school international pro-
grams. He is former chair of
Florida Bar committee on
Corporations and Securities and
member ofABA Federal
Regulation of Securities
Commission. He earned his
undergraduate degrees at Illinois
and Oxford, and his LL.B. atYale.


"You only spend the interest."
And even then, chances are good the
donor setting up the Endowment has spec-
ified how he/she wants the interest spent.
According to Paul Robell, UF
Foundation Vice-President for Development
and Alumni Affairs, those
are the aspects that often
confuse those who believe
a large endowment trans-
lates into a large annual
operating fund.
While the College of
Law is now able to boast
one of the Top 10 public
law school endowments,
that equates to a spendable
income of about $2.4 mil-
lion annually $1.4 mil-
lion designated by donors for particular uses
and the remaining $1 million in discretionary
income accounting for a small percentage of
the law school's annual budget.


Recent success of the UFLaw Trial Team in
state, regional and national competitions is due
in part to scholarship endowments and team
support by alumni making it possible for stu-
dents to devote critical time and effort. Among
those helping through endowments: former
Law Center Trustees Chairman Ronnie H.
Walker'68 (who passed away in 2002), fund-
ing scholarships presented annually to eight
trial team finalists; and Coker Myers


There's no question UFLaw's overall
endowment is vital because it establishes
the all-important foundation of future
scholarships, funds for student organiza-
tions and programs, and support for
faculty research.
As Robell said, it is
like a giant savings
account, and its purpose is
to grow over time to
ensure the best possible
future resources for the
College of Law a sound
foundation for future
excellence. But with the
interest from that savings
account capped at a return
of about 4.5 percent a year,
it becomes apparent why
the College of Law must conduct its
Annual Fund drive and Special Funding
efforts as it pushes to reach the Top 10 of
public law schools in the U.S.


Schickel Sorenson & Green P.A. of
Jacksonville, also funding scholarships for up to
eight members and sponsoring Spring Final
Four. A scholarship funded by S. William
Fuller Jr. '70 of Fuller Johnson Farrell in
Tallahassee, rewards students competing in the
annual Florida Bar Chester Bedell competition,
Rumberger Kirk & Caldwell of Orlando
also contributes funding to sponsor Fall Final
Four and the Fall Tourney of Champions.


10 ANNUAL REPORT


WINNING NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Trial Team Endowments Reaping Dividends





O INENDOWMENT


* What is It? Why Do We Need It?


Professorships
of Great Benefit

Endowed professorships are of tremen-
dous benefit to the Levin College of Law
as it moves toward the Top 10. These aid
in recruitment and retention of out-
standing faculty such as these UF educa-
tors (and those pp. 12-13):


Endowments VITAL FOR FUTURE Top 10




Competition
'An Endowment is like a savings account: you

can never touch the principal.'


Nancy E. Dowd is the
Chesterfield Smith Professor
of Law and an Associate
Director of the Center on
Children & the Law. She
recently completed her third
book, Feminist Legal Theory:An
Anti-Essentialist Reader, co-edited
with UF Professor Michelle S.
Jacobs. Dowd earned her B.A.
with honors at University of
Connecticut, M.A. at Illinois, and
J.D. cum laude at Loyola
University of Chicago. Her
expertise is family law and
constitutional law.




Berta Esperanza Hernandez
Truyol Levin Mabie & Levin
Professor of Law taught at
the universities of St.John's and
New Mexico, was a litigator for
two NewYork firms, worked at
the U.S. departments of Justice
and Labor, and is widely pub-
lished on issues of gender/race,
international human rights and
employment discrimination. She
did undergraduate work at
Cornell, earned her J.D. cum laude
from Albany Law School of Union
University, and received her LL.M.
from NewYork University.





A key faculty member in
UFLaw's international emphasis
is Stuart Cohn Gerald A.
Sohn Scholar. He is director of
the International and
Comparative Law certificate
program and coordinator of all
law school international pro-
grams. He is former chair of
Florida Bar committee on
Corporations and Securities and
member ofABA Federal
Regulation of Securities
Commission. He earned his
undergraduate degrees at Illinois
and Oxford, and his LL.B. atYale.


"You only spend the interest."
And even then, chances are good the
donor setting up the Endowment has spec-
ified how he/she wants the interest spent.
According to Paul Robell, UF
Foundation Vice-President for Development
and Alumni Affairs, those
are the aspects that often
confuse those who believe
a large endowment trans-
lates into a large annual
operating fund.
While the College of
Law is now able to boast
one of the Top 10 public
law school endowments,
that equates to a spendable
income of about $2.4 mil-
lion annually $1.4 mil-
lion designated by donors for particular uses
and the remaining $1 million in discretionary
income accounting for a small percentage of
the law school's annual budget.


Recent success of the UFLaw Trial Team in
state, regional and national competitions is due
in part to scholarship endowments and team
support by alumni making it possible for stu-
dents to devote critical time and effort. Among
those helping through endowments: former
Law Center Trustees Chairman Ronnie H.
Walker'68 (who passed away in 2002), fund-
ing scholarships presented annually to eight
trial team finalists; and Coker Myers


There's no question UFLaw's overall
endowment is vital because it establishes
the all-important foundation of future
scholarships, funds for student organiza-
tions and programs, and support for
faculty research.
As Robell said, it is
like a giant savings
account, and its purpose is
to grow over time to
ensure the best possible
future resources for the
College of Law a sound
foundation for future
excellence. But with the
interest from that savings
account capped at a return
of about 4.5 percent a year,
it becomes apparent why
the College of Law must conduct its
Annual Fund drive and Special Funding
efforts as it pushes to reach the Top 10 of
public law schools in the U.S.


Schickel Sorenson & Green P.A. of
Jacksonville, also funding scholarships for up to
eight members and sponsoring Spring Final
Four. A scholarship funded by S. William
Fuller Jr. '70 of Fuller Johnson Farrell in
Tallahassee, rewards students competing in the
annual Florida Bar Chester Bedell competition,
Rumberger Kirk & Caldwell of Orlando
also contributes funding to sponsor Fall Final
Four and the Fall Tourney of Champions.


10 ANNUAL REPORT


WINNING NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Trial Team Endowments Reaping Dividends








































Review Endowment Unique


Thanks to initiative of current and former
students connected with UFLaw's
55-year-old Florida Law Review, an effort to
endow the publication is off to a strong start
with nearly $300,000 in gifts and pledges.
Goal of organizers is to raise $1 million to
permanently fund through annual interest the
monies necessary for publication, student
scholarships, symposia and FLR related
events.
"We've received tremendous support
from alumni who want to replicate the positive
experiences they had as Law Review mem-
bers," said Professor Dennis Calfee, Review
faculty advisor. "We are indebted to each
donor, many of whom have faithfully support-
ed the publication every year through Annual
Fund. Certainly, though, there are a number of
our 2,000 FLR alums we would like to hear
from."
Even more impressive to Calfee, however,
is the pivotal role being played by current
members. "At least 10 students have pledged
$1,000 over five years they're giving back
before they've even graduated," he said. "It's
further evidence our students are leading the
way in changing the culture of giving to the
law school."
"This effort is very important to the qual-
ity and stature of our law school," said Dean
Jon Mills, one of more than 2,000 Law Review
alumni. "We greatly appreciate the initiative
and support of our students and alumni."


Editor-in-Chief Juan M. Diaz, 3L from
Orange Park, agrees. "Its great to see so many
Law Review alumni joining with current mem-
bers to help us prepare for the future."
The professional rewards of FLR member-
ship are what lead many to give back. "The
experience provided career opportunities and
opened doors," said Mark Nouss '85, who
with his wife Debra is a major contributor to
the endowment. "I am pleased our gift will
enable students to benefit in a similar manner."
Donors of $1,000 and up are honored on
a "Florida Law Review Endowment" recogni-
tion wall in the journal's offices. Calfee said
successful completion of the endowment drive
will make FLR one of the most unique in the
country.

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Ensuring UFLaw's



Future

E endowments unrestricted (providing
for the greatest needs of the College of
Law) or restricted for a particular use -
provide perpetual income for the law
school through investment of principal
funds. Established with a minimum of
$20,000, endowments can be through
outright gifts, pledges paid over a period of
years, deferred gifts (such as trusts or
insurance expectancies) and through estate
plans. Two important types of endowments
established by alumni, friends and law
firms to support the law school's quality
education now and into the future:

Endowed Chairs/Professorships
These aid in recruitment / retention of out-
standing faculty by generating income for
salary supplements and teaching / research
support. An essential tool in UFLaw's push
to reach the Top 10 in public law schools:

*Chairs: minimum $600,000 contribution
+ $420,000 State match
Full Professorships: $300,000
+ $150,000 State match
Term Professorships: $ 100,000
+ $50,000 State match


Endowed Scholarships
These can be awarded based on need and/or
merit and are vital in helping' students
pursue a quality legal education. Also an
important benefit in helping UFLaw remain
competitive for leading
students:

Full Scholarships: $100,000 contribution
+ $50,000 State match
Tuition Scholarships: $50,000
(two combined for $50,000 State match)
Partial Scholarships: minimum $20,000
contribution to endow

For information on supporting the law school
through a wide variety of tax-deductible chari-
table giving methods, or to request a copy of
Guide to Private Endowments at the University of
Florida, please contact:
Donald Hale, Senior Director
Office of Development & Alumni Affairs
Levin College of Law
352.392.9296 / haled(@alaw.ufl.edu


ANNUAL REPORT II










Putting an



Endowment
Rush Perea
Irving Cypen Professor of Law Sharon Rush (BA,J.D., Cornell) specializes in
Constitutional Law, Federal Courts, Race Relations and Civil Procedure. Juan
Perea (B.A magna cum laude Maryland;.D. summa cum laude Boston College) is Cone
Wagner Nugent Johnson Hazouri & Roth Professor of Law specializing in Social
Construction of Race and History, Constitutional and Employment Law.



Through an Endowment, a donor can bene-

fit College of Law students and/or professors,

help ensure long-term permanent financial
Davis Little
Gerald A. Sohn Scholar/Professor Jeffrey Davis (B.S., UCLA;D., Loyola; LLM., income for the College of Law, and gain per-
Michigan) is expert in Contracts, Bankruptcy, Debtor-Creditor Relations.Alumni
Research Scholar/Professor Joe Little's expertise is US. and Florida manent recognition and appreciation
Constitutional Law, Torts and Local Government. (B.S.M.E., Duke; M.S.M.E, manent recon on a recaon.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute;J.D., Michigan)
Here's one example of how the process might work:

A donor decides to contribute $20,000 or more to the
law school, and wants to designate how those funds will
be used. In this example, the donor decides to give

Lidsky Noah $40,000 to set up a scholarship with her name to bene-
UF Research Foundation Professor Lyrissa Lidsky (B.S.,summa cum laudeTexas fit students involved in the Environmental & Land Use
A&M; Fulbright Scholar, CambridgeJ.D., high honors Texas) specializes in Internet Law Certificate Program.
and Mass Media Law, Professionalism,Torts. UF Research Foundation Professor,
Lars Noah (AB., J.D. magna cum laude, Harvard) is the most prolific faculty
author and specializes in Medical Technology, Products Liability and Torts.

SWith the help of UFLaw, the donor signs a Gift
Agreement through the UF Foundation (the entity
administering the investment and income of all College
of Law endowments).

Hurst Nagan
Sam T Dell Research Scholar/Professor Thomas Hurst (B.A. honors, The Foundation places the gift into an endowed princi-
Wisconsin; J.D, cum laude Harvard) specializes in Corporate Law, Contracts,
Sports Law. Samuel T Dell Research Scholar/Professor Winston Nagan (B.A., pal fund (The Jane Doe Environmental & Land Use Law
University of South Africa; B.A, M.A, Oxford; LLM., M.C.L, Duke;J S.D, Yale) is Hu man
Rights, Conflicts of Laws and International Law specialist. Scholarship Endowment) and invests the cash.

Chairs, Professorships Result in...

S longer Faculty I Annually, about 5% of the investment value is trans-
ferred from the invested endowment fund into The Jane
T hanks to alumni and friends' endowments of Chairs and Doe Environmental & Land Use Law Scholarship
Professorships at the Levin College of Law, recruitment and
retention of outstanding faculty is made possible. (Examples spendable fund. This 5% is what UFLaw can use toward
above and page 13.) The funds so donated generate annual the scholarship that year.
income for salary supplements and teaching / research support.
These are essential in UFLaw's push toward the Top 10.


12 ANNUAL REPORT







































FOLLOWING IN GREAT FOOTSTEPS
Six IL students are among those awarded the Chester H. Ferguson Scholarship,
endowed in honor of one of the most notable and distinguished UFLaw graduates.They
are Helen Peacock (left front), Clearwater; Kevin Comer, St. Petersburg; Kelli
Herring,Vero Beach; Aaron Swiren (back), Orlando; Celia Chapman,Tallahassee; and
Melissa Register, Palm Harbor Ferguson '30, who died in 1983 at the age of 74, per-
sonally donated more than $60,000 to establish scholarships for UF law students. Upon
his death, thousands more were donated in his name. Ferguson was Chairman of the
Board and CEO of the Lykes Bros. conglomerate (interests in shipping, citrus, cattle,
packing and processing, banking, energy and real estate), and was senior partner in
Macfarlane Ferguson Allison & Kelly of Tampa. He was active in the building campaign that
resulted in Bruton-Geer Hall, and gave generously to the law school. He was a founding
member of the State University System Board of Regents, serving 14 years (four as chair-
man), and was instrumental in directing the building of six new state universities.
Ferguson, whose son Howell Lykes Ferguson is a UFLaw '69 grad, also was instrumen-
tal in gaining support for the Stephen C. O'Connell Chair/Professorships.


According to the donor's specific Gift Agreement,
a UFLaw student is chosen to receive The Jane
Doe Environmental & Land Use Law
Scholarship. The balance of the endowment
remains as an investment to continue its
growth and to provide annual financing for the
scholarship.




Other donors can add to the value of the endow-
ment in subsequent years to pay tribute to and/or
honor Jane Doe (the individual setting up the
original endowment).


Endowment Fund

Donors, Page 32...


Lokken Weyrauch
Hugh Culverhouse Eminent Scholar in Taxation Lawrence Lokken (B.A.,
Augsburg College;J.D., Minnesota) specializes in International Taxation. Stephen C.
O'Connell Chair / Distinguished Professor WalterWeyrauch (Dr Jur, University
of Frankfurt LLB., Georgetown; LLM., Harvard; J.S.D., Yale.) is expert in Business
Organizations, Family Law and Comparative Law.










Taylor McMahon
Grace W."Betty" Taylor, (B.A, M.A., FSU;J.D., UF) and Martin J. McMahon
Jr, (B.A, Rutgers;J.D., Boston College; LLM., Boston University) are both Clarence J.
TeSelle Professors.Taylor is LIC Director and known internationally for work in
computers and the law. McMahon, co-author of four casebooks on taxation, spe-
cializes in Tax Policy and Corporate and Partnership Taxation.


Baldwin Gordon
Chesterfield Smith Professors of Law Fletcher N. Baldwin Jr. (BA,JD. Georgia; LLM.
Illinois and LLM.Yale) and MichaelW.Gordon (B.S.,LLB. Connectcut;M.A,Trinity College)
are two principal reasons for UFLaw's global reputation. Baldwin is a noted International
Financial Crimes and Constitutional Expert. Gordon is a leading authority on
International Litigation, NAFTA, Corporate Law.


Harrison Slobogin
Jeffrey Harrison (B.S., M.B.A, Ph.D UF;J.D., North Carolina), who specializes in
Antitrust and Contracts, and Christopher Slobogin (B.A., Princeton;J.D., LLM.
Virginia), Criminal Law and Mental Health Law/Criminal Procedure, are Stephen
C. O'Connell Professors. Slobogin is also Affiliate Professor of Psychiatry










Israel Woodhouse
Rood Eminent Scholar in Trial Advocacy & Procedure Jerold Israel (B.BA summa cum
laude,Western Reserve; LLB,Yale) co-authored most frequently cited treatise on criminal
procedure and is expert on white collar crime. David H. Levin Chair in Family Law
Barbara Bennett Woodhouse (B.S, Regents College/State University of NY;JD.
Columbia), director of Center on Children & the Law, is widely published in Family,
Children's and Constitutional Law


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CONTRIBUTIONS


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FIVE-YEAR REVIEW OF UFLAW


Endowment Account

Information from University of Florida Foundation, which administers
investments, income of Levin College of Law Endowments

Fund Balance Transferred to
Spendable Funds
(Restricted and
Unrestricted)


1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02


$28,630,700
$43,410,446
$57,931,929
$58,442,477
$59,837,880


$ 816,589
$1,197,490
$2,429,633
$2,905,354
$2,971,718


This indicates how annual endowment income flowing to the law school
for use from more than $800,000 in 1997-98 to almost $3 million in
2001-02 varies based on the fund balance.Analysts know the 2002-03
fund balance, and consequently the amount available for
transfer to spendable funds, will be more than 20% lower due to state
of the U. S. economy. Of the transferrable funds each year, approximately
two-thirds is designated by donors for particular uses and the remain-
der can be used by College administrators toward annual operating and
administrative costs.


Annual Fund (unrestricted) ....................................................$255,826
Annual Fund (restricted) .......................................................$204,005
TotalAnnual Fund Support .......................................................$459,83
Endowed Funds Interest ..................................... .............. $600,695
Building Fund ............................................................... $ 1,308,630
Total Private Support ......................................................... $2,369,156

Total Donors ..............................................................2,188
Total G ifts .......................................................................................... 2,400


EXPENDITURES


Academic Programs &
Student Support
Career Services/Admissions/Financial Aid
Legal Information Center/Student Organizations

Faculty Support
Faculty Enrichment Programs/Recruitment/
Visiting Faculty/Travel to Conferences/
Secretarial & Research Support/Chairs/
Professorships/Research Scholar Positions/
Research Grants

Publications
UFLAW magazine/Reunion Publications/
Development Publications/Photography/
Production/Printing/Postage/Supplies/Travel

Development
& Alumni Affairs
Phonathon Expenses/
Office & Operating Supplies/
Travel/Advertising/Salaries/Postage/Printing

UF Foundation Administrative
& Overhead


Special Events


Dunwody Distinguished
Lecture Series

Law Center Association
Administration


Totals


ANNUAL FUND RESTRICTED &
[UNRESTRICTED) ENDOWMENT FUNDS


$82,433 $712,269



$58,921 $1,409,467





$169,724




$225,772


$44,444


$5,040


$28,791


$316


$542,206 $2,194,971


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2001-02 Contributions


MAlumni -
SCorps.,
0 Friends
* Faculty


$1,607,505
Fdtns., Firr-m547,505
& Student-s$161,750
'Staf-f$52,396


2001-02 Expenditures-Annual Fund
[Unrestricted]


Around the


Southeastoo



Alumni Participating

Scol Lvng Cntiutr


Georgia
Florida State
Tennessee
Florida
Alabama
Louisiana State


7,562
5,350
7,066
15,532
6,738
8,115


MarketValue of Endowments


School


Florida
Georgia
Alabama
Florida State
Tennessee
Louisiana State


MAlumni Programs &Services- $225,772
MPublications$169,724
MAcademic Programs & Student Suppor-t$82,433
EFaculty Support $58,921
ESpecial Events LCA/ODAA $5,040
MAdministrative $316


Georgia
Alabama
Florida
Florida State
Louisiana State
Tennessee


2001-02 Expenditures-Annual Fund
[Restricted] & Endowment Funds


Total Enrollment


MFaculty Support $1,409,467

MAcademic Programs &Student Support- $712,269

MUF Foundationrdministrative $44,444

EDunwody Lecture Series $28,791


Florida
Florida State
Georgia
Louisiana State
Alabama
Tennessee


1,267
714
695
647
523
467


All information from Table F-3 ofABAThird Series of Take-off Statistics
from Fall 2001 Annual Questionnaire.


1,864
749
901
1,897
707
237


2001-02


$64,302,062
$41,649,296
$37,218,323
$11,772,056
$10,053,919
$8,996,680


Total Gifts, Grants & Other

Ss 2a2


$6,941,745
$2,595,838
$2,369,56
$1,184,323
$1,309,076
$824,513


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Distinguished Donors


Founders Society
Donors at this level contributed or have
active pledges of $50,000 or more.

C.Wayne Alford
W. George Allen & Enid Allen
Samuel Y.Allgood Jr.
George J. Baya
E. Dixie Beggs Jr.
Mr.& Mrs.John C. Bierley
Bush Ross Gardner Warren & Rudy
James D. Camp Jr.
Carlton Fields
Warren M. Cason
Robert B. Cole
Meredyth Anne Dasburg Foundation
Debra A. Doherty
Jessie Ball duPont Fund
The Florida Bar
William C. Gentry
Ruth Goodmark
Andrew C. Hall
Mr. & Mrs.Wayne Hogan
Holland & Knight LLP
Gerald J. Klein
FrederickW Leonhardt
Fredric G. Levin
Levin & Papantonio Family Foundation
Stephen A. Lind
Peter M. MacNamara & M.ThereseVento
Michael Maher
Gene Moore III
Mr. & Mrs.John B. Morgan
James H. Nance
Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Nouss
Kitty Phillips
Mikel M. Rollyson
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald A. Rosenthal
Saliwanchik Lloyd & Saliwanchik
Scruggs Legal, PA.
W. Paul Shelley Jr.
Mr. & Mrs.W. Kelly Smith
Upchurch Watson White & Max
Mediation Group
Winderweedle Haines Ward, et al.
Evan J.Yegelwel

Dean's Council
SBarristers
Donors contributed or pledged
$25,000-49,999.

August & Kulunas, PA.
Mr. & Mrs. David S. Band
Barnett Bolt Kirkwood & Long
Bedell Dittmar DeVault, et al.
Howard C. Coker
The Dunspaugh-Dalton Foundation, Inc.
The Florida Bar Tax Section
Jerry J. Goodmark
Michael A. Hanzman
James A. Hauser
Corinne C. Hodak


Robert F Hudson Jr.
Kerrigan Estess Rankin & McLeod LLP
E.C. Deeno Kitchen
Edward F Koren
John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur
Foundation
Pedro A. Martin
Michael J. McNerney
Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Merkel
Jon C. Moyle
Richard E. Nelson
F.Wallace Pope Jr.
John J. Schickel
Jerome G. Schrader
George E. Schulz Jr.
Dale M. Swope
Stephen N. Zack

SPartners
Donors contributed or pledged
$10,000-$24,999.

Thomas J.Ali
Robert L.Anderson
C. DuBose Ausley
G.Thomas Ball
Philip B. Barr Jr.
Anthony S. Battaglia
Robert S. & Mildred M. Baynard Trust
Mildred M. Baynard
W. O. Birchfield
Bruce H. Bokor
Bill Bone
John W. Campbell
James D. Camp III Trust
William M. Camp Trust
J. Nolan Carter
Clarke & Silverglate, PA
Class of 1955 BookAward
C. Randolph & Cheryl R. Coleman
Mr. & Mrs. Roy B. Dalton Jr.
Dean Mead Egerton Bloodworth, et al.
John A. DeVault Ill
Patrick G. Emmanuel
Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon
Peter C. K. Enwall
Aaron A. Farmer & Maria C. Ferrao
Feldman Gale &Weber, PA
Jeffrey D. Feldman
Linnes H. Finney Jr.
Foley & Lardner
J.Joaquin Fraxedas
S.William Fuller Jr.
James A. Gale
Patrick E. Geraghty
Stephen B. Gillman
Prof. & Mrs. Mandell Glicksberg
Goodlette Coleman & Johnson, PA.
Craig L. Goodmark
Leigh Goodmark
Mr. & Mrs. K. Lawrence Gragg
Richard C. Grant
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Arnold L. Greenfield
Marie C. Hansen Trust


Bruce M. Harris
Stumpy Harris
R. Lawrence Heinkel
High Stack Palahach Cruanes & Conway
Hill Ward & Henderson, PA.
Brett Hendee, PA.
Jeffrey A. Hirsch
Holland & Knight Charitable
Foundation, Inc.
Dan H. Honeywell
Bill Hoppe
Eugene J. Howard
Scott C. Ilgenfritz &
Margaret D. Mathews
Michael L.Jamieson
Kenneth R.Johnson &
Kimberly L.Johnson
Jones Foster Johnston & Stubbs, PA.
D. Burke Kibler III
Stanley B. Levin
Paul R. Linder
Lawrence A. Lokken
Lott & Friedland, PA.
Leslie J. Lott & Michael T Moore
Margol & Pennington, PA.
Dorothy S. McCurry Trust
James F. McKenzie
McKenzie &Taylor, PA.
Robert W Mead Jr.
Douglas J. Milne
Milton Leach Whitman, et al.
Morgan Coiling & Gilbert, PA
Mr. & Mrs. Brian M. O'Connell
James B. O'Neal
A.P Phillips Foundation, Inc.
A. Brian Phillips
Charles P Pillans III
James G. Pressly Jr.
Gary S. Rabin
Prof. & Mrs. David M. Richardson
Bruce Rogow / Rogow Greenberg
Foundation
William E. Rosenberg Foundation
Louis K. Rosenbloum
StanleyW. Rosenkranz
Rosenthal & Weissman, RA.
Stephen F Rossman
Rossman & Baumberger
Edward E. Sawyer
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald D. Schackow
Schackow & Mercadante, PA.
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence E. Sellers Jr.
Ernest A. Sellers
John A. Shipley Ill
Shook Hardy & Bacon LLP
Chesterfield H. Smith & Jacqueline Allee
Charles R. Stack
Stichter Riedel Blain & Prosser, PA.
Sidney A. Stubbs Jr.
Janet R. Studley
Carl S. Swisher Foundation, Inc.
Tescher Gutter Chaves, et al.
Robert L.Trohn
Mr. & Mrs. George AVaka


John K.Vreeland
Ward Rovell &Van Eepoel, PA.
Warner FoxWackeen Dungey,
Seeley Sweet & Beard LLP
JeffreyW.Warren
Council Wooten Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas A.Wright
Peter W Zinober

SAssociates
Donors contributed or pledged
$5,000-$9,999.

Abel Band Russell Collier, et al.
Don Allen Foundation, Inc.
Timothy G.Anderson
George Barford
Martha W Barnett
Bernard A. Barton Jr.
Suzanne C. Bass Trust
Charles H. Baumberger
Robert J. Beckham
Ellen B. Bellet
Roger L. Blackburn
William A. Boyles
Mr. & Mrs. Donald L. Braddock
Les W Burke
Hank B. Campbell
L. Kinder Cannon III
Ronald A. Carpenter
Mercer K. Clarke
W Michael Clifford
Jean C. Coker
Nathan S. Collier
Charles E. Commander III
Community Foundation of
Tampa Bay, Inc.
Fred M. Cone Jr.
Ronald A. David
Thomas A Davis
Lauren Y. Detzel
W Dexter Douglass
Egger Betts Austin PLLC
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth C. Ellis
Thomas M. Ervin Jr.
Andrew J. Fawbush
Peter T. Fay
Robert R. Feagin III
Scott J. Feder
Phillip R. Finch
Freedom Forum
George D. Gabel Jr.
Richard T Garfield
James L. George
Robert E. Glennon Jr.
Prof. & Mrs. Michael W Gordon
J. Charles Gray
Ellen C. Ham
Scott G. Hawkins
William 0. E. Henry
J. Fraser Himes
H.Wynne James
Richard C.Jans
Hal H. Kantor


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Bruce R. Kaster
Joseph H. Lang Jr.
Peter J. Losavio Jr.
Marsha G. Madorsky
Alfred J. Malefatto & Moria Rozenson
Francis T. McCoy
Linda C. McGurn
Martin J. McMahon Jr. &
Pamela S. McMahon
Dean & Mrs.Jon L. Mills
Michael D. Minton
Daniel F Molony
Mr. & Mrs. George R. Moraitis
Gregory A. Nelson
James F Page Jr.
Michael Palahach III
Mr. & Mrs. Darrell W. Payne
Pamela O. Price
Henry H. Raattama
Mrs. Marion O. Raattama
Richard M. Robinson
Richard C. Rollins
Ronald J. Russo
Oscar A. Sanchez
Russell T Sanders
William J. Schifino Jr.
Ronald Y. Schram
John J. Scroggin
Mike Segal
Mr. & Mrs. StephenW. Sessums
Ned M. Shandloff
Sarah Helene Sharp
Abraham M. Shashy Jr.
Barry L. Silber
Mal Steinberg
William H. Stolberg
Hans G.Tanzler III
GraceW.Taylor
Gregg D.Thomas
Jonathan B.Trohn
Steven WVazquez
Peter Ward
Rob Webb
JackA.Weiss
Samuel G.Wells
Don M.Welsh Charitable Trust
Michael K.Wilson
Wiseheart Foundation, Inc.
Malcolm B.Wiseheart Jr.
R. Duke Woodson
GwynneA.Young

Trusler Society
Donors at this level contributed
$1,000-$4,999.

Herbert L.Allen (Life Mem.)
William H.Andrews
Mark RArnold
Reubin O.Askew
Attorneys' Title Insurance Fund, Inc.
MarkA.Avera
Mark O. Bagnall
Baker & McKenzie
Fletcher N. Baldwin Jr. &
Nancy T. Baldwin
BAR/BRI Group, Inc.
Leslie J. Barnett


R.Vinson Barrett
Judith S. Beaubouef
Robert Blanchard
Robert S. Bolt
Joseph P. Carolan III
Mr. & Mrs.Julio E. Castro III
Allan R Clark
Coker Myers Schickel, et al.
Richard R Cole
Kevin G. Coleman
Norman A Coil
Community Foundation for
Greater Atlanta, Inc.
Community Foundation, Inc.
Cousins Law Firm, RA.
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick S. Cousins
Charles L. Cranford
Irving Cypen
Hon. & Mrs. Paul W Danahy Jr.
Prof. & Mrs. George L. Dawson
W. Glenn Dempsey
George A Dietz
Phillip S. Dingle
LeeJ. Dixon II
James O. Driscoll
Dunwody White & Landon, PA
Nola S. Dyal
David W Dyer, RA.
William L. Eagan
Charles H. Egerton
Patricia H. Engman
Robert M. Ervin
Osee R. Fagan
Thomas J. Farkash
CarleA. Felton Jr.
Howell L. Ferguson
William H. Ferguson
Fidelity Investments
Charitable Gift Fund
Mr. & Mrs.JackJ. Fine
Paul D. Fitzpatrick
Raymond F Fogarty
M. Lanning Fox
Prof. & Mrs. Michael K. Friel
Melvyn B. Frumkes
Mr. & Mrs. Gene K. Glasser
Robert E. Gordon
Gordon & Doner, RA.
William Goza (Life Mem.)
Marjorie Gadarian Graham
Robert E. Gunn
Mr. & Mrs. Karl B. Hanson Jr.
Robert M. Harris
B. Douglas Hind-Marsh (Life Mem.)
W. Christian Hoyer
Mark Hulsey
Roy Hunt
David Hyman
Jerold H. Israel
Jacksonville Bankruptcy Bar Assn., Inc.
Jelks Family Foundation, Inc.
Alan C.Jensen
John Arthur Jones
Lawrence Keefe
T.Paine KellyJr.
Peter T. Kirkwood
Donald S. Kohla


Alan H. Konigsburg
Thomas J. Korge
Robert M. Kramer
Law Offices of Steinberg & Brown
Eric L. Leach
Arnold Levin
Martin H. Levin
Alton L. Lightsey
Virginia A Lipton
Prof. & Mrs. Joseph W Little
Kevin A. Malone
Robert T Mann
John Marshall BarAssn.
Cary B. McCaghren
Harold F. McCart Jr.
Marybeth McDonald & EricW.Jarvis
Patrick J. McNamara &
Linda Julin McNamara
James S. Moody Jr.
Everett R. Moreland
Jon C. Moyle Jr.
National Center for Automated
Information Research
James M. Nixon II
John D. Noble
Benjamin F. Overton
Robert E. Panoff
Alan R. Parlapiano
Carl R. Pennington Jr.
Becky A. Powhatan
David S. Pressly
J. Grier Pressly III
James C. Quarles
Charles M. Rand
Charles B. Reber
Justus W Reid
James L. Ritchey
Doyle Rogers
JohnT. Rogerson III
Randolph J. Rush
Savage Krim Simons & Jones LLC
Clifford A Schulman
William F. Sheffield (Life Mem.)
Patricia R. Sher
Shutts & Bowen LLP
Gary C. Simons
John S. Simons
The Hon. & Mrs. Rod Smith
Steel Hector & Davis LLP
John H. Stembler
Stewart Tilghman Fox & Bianchi, RA.
J. Michael Swaine
T.O.P Jewish Foundation, Inc.
Charles F.Thompson II
Carol C.Todd
Mary P.Twitchell
Corise RVarn
F. BrookVoght
Ronnie H.Walker
Charles T.Wells
Maxwell WWells Jr.
Warren E.Williams
Patricia A.Willing
William K. Zewadski (Life Mem.)
Zinober & McCrea, RA.


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CENTER & ACADEMIC FACILITIES
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Charles WAbbott
Abel Band Russell Collier, et al.
Eve D.Ackerman &
Howard M. Rosenblatt
Mr. & Mrs. Glenn A.Adams
R. Bradley Adams
Richard R.Alexander
Thomas J.Ali
A. Graham Allen
W George Allen & Enid Allen
Samuel Y.Allgood Jr.
Randal M.Alligood
Chintan K.Amin
Christine A.Anchia
Michelle Anchors
Everett PAnderson
Timothy G.Anderson
William H.Andrews
Mark P.Arnold
FrankA.Ashton
Reubin O.Askew
F Eugene Atwood &
Dabney D.Ware
C. DuBose Ausley
Mark A.Avera
John L. Badalamenti
Paul D. Bain
Fletcher N. Baldwin Jr. &
Nancy T Baldwin
G.Thomas Ball
Mr.& Mrs. David S. Band
George Barford


Martha W Barnett
R.Vinson Barrett
Rosetta F. Barrett-Wagner &
E.John Wagner II
Jeffrey S. Bartel
Suzanne C. Bass Trust
Evan R. Batoff & Dana A. Friedlander
Charles H. Baumberger
Robert C. Bayer
James P. Beadle
Judith S. Beaubouef
Robert J. Beckham
Bedell Dittmar DeVault, et al.
Cathleen G. Bell
Nelson C. Bellido
Brandon C. Biederman
Christine K. Bilodeau &Jay P Cohen
Emmett K. Bittick Jr.
Roger L. Blackburn
Darryl M. Bloodworth
Bradley J. Bondi
Bill Bone
Richard K. Bowers Jr.
Cecilia R. Boyd
Christopher W Boyett
William A. Boyles
Mr. & Mrs. Gustavo A. Bravo
Walter L. Brewer
Broad & Cassel
Heather B. Brock
W Bard Brockman
PAuse Brown, PA.


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Brian D. Burgoon
LesW. Burke
Bush Ross GardnerWarren & Rudy
Charles J. Cacciabeve
Prof. & Mrs. Dennis A. Calfee
James D. Camp Jr.
Hank B. Campbell
Timothy F. Campbell
James D. Camp III Trust
William M. Camp Trust
David E. Cannella
L. Kinder Cannon III
R. Dean Cannon Jr.
Mr. & Mrs.John K. Carey
Joseph P. Carolan III
Ronald A. Carpenter
Warren M. Cason
Edward C. Castagna Jr.
John W Caven Jr.
Timothy M. Cerio
E. Hugh Chappell Jr.
JohannaWills Clark
James E. Clayton
Randall C. Clement
W Michael Clifford
Stuart R. Cohn
Howard C. Coker
Stacy L. Cole & Jason A. Rosenthal
Kevin G. Coleman
Charles W Collier
Nathan S. Collier
Mr. & Mrs. R. Scott Collins
Charles E. Commander III
Christopher G. Commander
Community Foundation for
Greater Atlanta, Inc.
Community Foundation, Inc.
Carlos F. Concepcion
Cristin A. Conley
KraigA. Conn
Cousins Law Firm, PA.
Patrick S. Cousins
Ryan M. Craig
Charles L. Cranford
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel G. Crosby
Frank Cruz-Alvarez


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PaulW. DanahyJr.
Ronald A. David
Edward B. Davis Jr.
Jeffrey Davis
Thomas A. Davis
Prof. & Mrs. George L. Dawson
Terence J. Delahunty Jr.
Susan F. Delegal
W. Glenn Dempsey
V. Robert Denham Jr.
John A. DeVault Ill
Mr. & Mrs.John R. Dierking
George A. Dietz
Phillip S. Dingle
Michael P Donaldson
Jeffrey T Donner
W. Dexter Douglass
Mr. & Mrs. G. Ray Driver Jr.
Aubrey H. Ducker Jr.
George T. Dunlap III
Dunspaugh-Dalton Foundation, Inc.
David W Dyer, PA.
Richard T. Earle III
Deborah S. Eaton
Robert M. Ervin
Thomas M. Ervin Jr.
Osee R. Fagan
Nancy J. Faggianelli
Thomas J. Farkash
Andrew J. Fawbush
Charles R. Fawsett &
Patricia Combs Fawsett
Peter T. Fay
Robert R. Feagin III
Christopher M. Fear
Craig D. Feiser
Jeffrey D. Feldman
Carle A. Felton Jr.
Michael L. Ferguson
Marco Ferri
Phillip R. Finch
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James C. Fleming
Alyson C. Flournoy
James L. Fly
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George D. Gabel Jr.
Eric K. Gabrielle
James A. Gale
N.Vail Gardner
Richard T. Garfield
Allan T. Geiger
William C. Gentry
John F. Germany
John F. Germany Jr.
Linda R. Getzen
Suzanne E. Gilbert
Laura A. Giuffrida
Prof. & Mrs. Mandell Glicksberg
Goodlette Coleman &
Johnson, PA.
Prof. & Mrs. Michael W. Gordon
Robert E. Gordon
Gordon & Doner P.A.
Mr. & Mrs. K. Lawrence Gragg
Richard C. Grant
J. Charles Gray
Mr. & Mrs. Downing L. Gray
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Mr. & Ms.Jeffrey A. Grebe
Robert B. Green
Jason K. Greene
Stephen H. Grimes
William C. Grimes
Vitauts M. Gulbis
Robert E. Gunn
Steven H. Hagen
Guy S. Haggard
Gregory S. Hagopian
Mr. & Mrs. Donald J. Hale
Adam S. Hall
Warren D. Hamann
William F. Hamilton
FrankA. Hamner
David F. Hannan
Marie C. Hansen Trust
Mr. & Mrs. Karl B. Hanson Jr.
Melissa O. Hanson
Bruce M. Harris
Stumpy Harris
Ivy C. Harris


Landmark Bridges UFLaw History

A campus landmark and one of the most used law school facilities is the elevated glass-covered
J. J. Parrish Jr. Bridge. Affectionately referred to by students through the years as the "habi-
trail," the structure was made possible by a $50,000 gift from Parrish to the Bruton-Geer building
campaign in 1981, and connects that facility to Holland Hall. "This is a monument to a very fine
faculty and student body that has served Florida well for many, many years," he said. Parrish was a
Titusville businessman and '35 law school graduate who had cattle, citrus and banking interests. He
was named an assistant (clerk) to the Florida Supreme Court upon graduation, and later as an attor-
ney for the City of Orlando earned national recognition by getting portions of President Franklin
Roosevelts Agricultural Adjustment Act declared unconstitutional. Parrish was twice president of the
Florida Chamber of Commerce, Florida Council of 100 official, and director of the Florida East Coast
Railroad and several financial institutions. He contributed to the law school on a regular basis, noting
"the College of Law has been a major influence on my life."


Robert M. Harris
William T Harrison Jr.
James A. Hauser
Zelda J. Hawk
Christopher C. Hazelip
Edmund T Henry III
Nancy H. Henry
William O. E. Henry
Mr.& Mrs. Eugenio Hernandez
Berta Esperanza Hernandez
Richard H. Hiers
J. Fraser Himes
Jeffrey A. Hirsch
Corinne C. Hodak


Holland & Knight Charitable
Foundation, Inc.
Samuel N. Holloway
Dan H. Honeywell
Bill Hoppe
William J. Horner Jr.
Steve C. Horowitz
Glenn R. Hosken
David M. Hudson & Janet PAilstock
Robert F. Hudson Jr.
Mark Hulsey Esq.
Roy Hunt
L. E. Hutton
Jerold H. Israel


Richard A. Jacobson
Julio C.Jaramillo
Bruce D.Johnson
Christopher L. Johnson
Kenneth R.Johnson &
Kimberly L.Johnson
Kristy M.Johnson
Alexander T.Johnston
James F.Johnston
Jason Z.Jones
John Arthur Jones
Mr. & Mrs. Matthew P.Julian
Hal H. Kantor
Bruce R. Kaster













DI YO KNOW


Since its creation in 1950,
The Florida Bar has had 54

presidents 60 percent of
them graduates of the

University of Florida Levin
College of Law.






The first four presidents

of the Florida Bar, the
association of all lawyers

licensed by the Florida
Supreme Court, were

Gator law grads, as have
been 28 others.They
have served in each of

the Bar's five decades,

and in the Sixties every
president (1960-69) was

a UF graduate.This
almost happened again in

the Eighties, when eight
of 10 were Gators.As of

2003, the Bar's active
membership is more than

70,000.


Lawrence Keefe
Kerrigan Estess Rankin &
McLeod LLP
Jay Kim
Mr. & Mrs. Michael E. Kinney
John A. Kirst Jr.
E.C. Deeno Kitchen
Gerald J. Klein
Karl N. Klein
MarkW. Klingensmith &
Wendy H.Werb
Gerald L. Knight
Ellen L. Koehler
Donald S. Kohla
Alan H. Konigsburg
Katherine M. Koops
Mr. & Mrs. Paul M. Korchin
Thomas J. Korge
Mr. & Mrs. Fred J. Krim
Edward J. Kuchinski
Clyde J. LaForest Jr.
Joseph H. Lang Jr.
Law Offices of Steinberg & Brown
Jason D. Lazarus
Elizabeth T. Lear
Sharon Strayer Learch
FrederickW. Leonhardt
Levin & Papantonio Family
Foundation
JackA. Levine
Julie M. Levitt
Thomas R. Levy
Prof. & Mrs.Joseph W. Little
Lawrence A. Lokken
Stephen R. Looney
Leslie J. Lott & Michael T. Moore
Fred J. Lotterhos
Matthew C. Lucas
Michael Maher
Alfred J. Malefatto &
Moria Rozenson
Joshua D. Manaster
Robert T. Mann
Jillian E. Marcus
Margol & Pennington, PA.
Andrew J. Markus
John T. Marshall
John Marshall Bar Assn.
W.Wesley Marston


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Thomas M. McAleavey
Cary B. McCaghren
Edward McCarthy III
Dorothy S. McCurry Trust
Eric WJarvis & Marybeth McDonald
Robert E. McFadden
Barbara B. McGriff
Linda C. McGurn
Campbell McLean IV
Martin J. McMahon Jr. &
Pamela S. McMahon
Patrick J. McNamara &
Linda Julin McNamara
Michael W. McNatt
Joseph C. Mellichamp III &
Barbara J. Staros
Howell W. Melton Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Merkel
J.Andrew Meyer
Scott Michelman
Stephan P. Mickle
Joan Millett
Dean & Mrs.Jon L. Mills
Mark R. Mohler
Daniel F. Molony
James S. Moody Jr.
Marilyn Ann H. Moore
Mr. & Mrs. George R. Moraitis
Ana M. Morales
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Morgan Coiling & Gilbert, PA.
Jon C. Moyle Jr.
James B. Murphy Jr.
Judith M. Nagan
Winston P. Nagan & Judith M. Nagan
James H. Nance
A. Guy Neff Jr.
Michael E. Neukamm
James C. Nicholas
James M. Nixon II
Mr. & Mrs. MarkA. Nouss
Mr. & Mrs. Brian M. O'Connell
Kathleen M. O'Connor
Jennifer D. Odom
Benjamin F. Overton
James F. Page Jr.
William H. Page & Judith W. Page
Gary M. Pappas


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Mr. & Mrs. DarrellW. Payne
Raymond J. Peacock
Carl R. Pennington Jr.
A.P Phillips Foundation, Inc.
Kitty Phillips
Charles P. Pillans III
Stephen J. Powell
David S. Pressly
J. Grier Pressly III
Gary Lee Printy
James C. Quarles
Paul S. Quinn Jr.
Gary S. Rabin
Charles M. Rand
John C. Randolph
KurtA. Raulin
Justus W. Reid
Steven J. Resnick
Prof. & Mrs. David M. Richardson
James M. Riley
James L. Ritchey
Richard M. Robinson
Leo P. Rock Jr.
Neil A. Roddenbery
Richard A. Rodgers
Justo Rodriguez III
Doyle Rogers
John T. Rogerson III
Robin L. Rosenberg
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald A. Rosenthal
Paul E. Rosenthal
Stephen F. Rossman
Raymond W. Royce
Randolph J. Rush
Sharon E. Rush
Mr. & Mrs. Bruce S. Russell
Anne Rutledge
Alfred J. Saikali
Oscar A. Sanchez
Callie N. Sandman
Brian J. Sasadu
Savage Krim Simons & Jones LLC
Bradley M. Saxton
John C. Schaible
David L. Schick
John J. Schickel
William J. Schifino Jr.
Steven R. Schooley













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George E. Schulz Jr.
Roger D. Schwenke
Scruggs Legal, PA.
Mr. & Mrs. James E. Seay
Michael L.Seigel
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence E. Sellers Jr.
Ernest A. Sellers
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen W Sessums
Ned M. Shandloff
Patrick Shannon
Patricia R. Sher
James H. Shimberg Jr.
Shook Hardy & Bacon LLP
Shutts & Bowen LLP
Barry L. Silber
Michael A. Silva
Gary C. Simons
John S. Simons
Chester L. Skipper
Adam M. Slipakoff
Christopher Slobogin
The Hon. & Mrs. Rod Smith
Douglas A. Smith
Frederick D. Smith
Mr. & Mrs.W Kelly Smith
Thomas B. Smith
Andrew M.Stanko
Mal Steinberg
John H. Stembler
Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Stern
John D. Stewart
Denise B.Stobbie
William H.Stolberg
Mr. & Mrs. Charles K. Stuart Jr.
Sidney A. Stubbs Jr.
Janet R. Studley
Timothy M. Sullivan
Lynn H. Sumlin
John H. Sutherland
J. Michael Swaine
Grace W.Taylor
Misty M.C.Taylor
Lee P.Teichner
RobertW.Thielhelm Jr.
Gregg D.Thomas
Charles F.Thompson II
Charles D.Tobin
Diane A.Tomlinson


Stephanie J.Toothaker-Walker
& John A.Walker
Jonathan B.Trohn
Robert L.Trohn
M. Stephen Turner
Mary P.Twitchell
Samuel C. Ullman
United Way of
Miami-Dade County
Laura R. Urich
Stephen W Urse II
Mr. & Mrs. George A.Vaka
Steven WVazquez
John K.Vreeland
Stephanie J.Waidner
Mr.& Mrs. Stephen M.Walker
Douglas A.Ward
Jeffrey W Warren
Caroline A.Watson
Rob Webb
Kathy I.Webb-Harris
JackA.Weiss
John A.Weiss
Maxwell WWells Jr.
Samuel G.Wells
Don M.Welsh Charitable Trust
Thomas P.Wert
Walter O.Weyrauch
Edmund S.Whitson III
James R.Wiley
Charlotte W.Williams
J. Mason Williams III
Kathryn B.Williams
Mr.& Mrs. Sean T.Williams
Warren E.Williams
Mr.& Mrs. Courtney B.Wilson
John D.Wilson
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Winderweedle Haines Ward, et al.
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Barbara Bennett Woodhouse
Council Wooten Jr.
Leighton D.Yates Jr.
Bonita J.Young
Gwynne A.Young
Richard M.Zabak
Leslie B.Zacks
Thomas A. Zehnder
Peter W Zinober


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Classroom Performance Rewarded

Blake Delaney and Jennifer Voss, both of Naples, are two
UFLaw students recognized for educational excellence thanks
to alumni contributions. Delaney, who took top honors in the class
taught by Professor Robert Moffat, won the Criminal Law Book
Award funded by Anthony Battaglia '53 of St. Petersburg. Voss
was winner of a Professional Responsibility & The Legal Profession
Book Award, funded by Hill Ward & Henderson PA. of Tampa, for
her performance in the class taught by Professor Don Peters.


















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L H,:.ll-nd 0'161, 1941.

-45. Reubin C'D A:kewv

'561, 1971-79 L-won

M Chile: jr 1'; 1. 1991

98 nd Kenntch H

Eudd/" M,:K-. I '61 .,

who moved up i'onm

Lieuren-nr Governi:.lr [,:

:erve -Ifter Chile:'

de- [h in-nollire

Hundred: of Ot:her

IIFLi ar.d: servedd -":

:['[e :en-i[ r:. r: -ind rep-

re:ent-itive:. including

Spe-l
ind F're:,dent: :f the

Senae. .nd eruce

Snmi-her: 1'711 in

1975-78 w.r: Secire[c-,

of SE;[e


(hairs & Professorships


Chesterfield Smith Professorship
StepFher H Grem'.:
Albert j Hiiie.
nv'n. Bru'.:e Lo:udenr


James J. Freeland Eminent
Scholar Chair
M[[he.., | Ahe;rr.
Augujt & Kulur,c; PA
Au:tir. & Bo.-,, Ch;-rteed
B~reir t B.:.l[ K.k.-I<..O. & Lo.r,"
Le I.e I B-i r.e:t
Philip B B-i1r Ir
Be ,ri.rdA B;rt..r, |r
Ellenr B BelIe
Bruc:e H Boko
Robert S Bolt
DC .,d E B ....,';
'v'illiln',A B,-.:.le
Mr & Mri Donrd.d L Br-.ddo..:l
Bu, P.:.: G-..irdr, VvWiier.
& Pud,i
lire C' C'illhinr,
Mr & Mrs Th,.:.ni-.- Ck',itnr.,r.r.
Mr & M;: Dl..dj Vv 'Cl;'
Hirr, '. C.l.bu'r, Jr
IrI hn C. ll.nr I.
Fie.e..:ck M DC'hlrn,.e.e
Mr.'k H D-'hlr.'.eer
AlIr H.....ir D-r..ell
L-u.'r, Y DCet:el
P-'ri',:-, E D.lle

Lee j DC.x.r. II
N-h-lin.el L Col.nrer
Bru.:e I D k;
|.ohn K E-l or,
*-i..ie: H E.rt.or.
Egar Bert: Au:.r. PLLC-
H-jir, M E.er.t,.er
T:dd Vv' Feririell

J.:o.bt F,;hn'rn
P;ul D F.czp;r-,,:I<
The Florid-.. B-;r T-x Se.:r.:.r,
Po.tet E Gler.rnn.r. I
Prof & Mr: M-r.dell G'.A.:kber,


Cher,l L Gor..dor,
Mr & Mr K L;.ier,.:e r.c-.,;
Br-;l.e GSr.:. ;ertur,
Fir,nl I H mr, ,.r.r,.d III
lir..; A H-,iu:
P.:.bet iF Hud;.:. r,
Mr & Mr; P,.:hrild H Hur.[ r
H Wr,r,e lr.,e:
IJhrn H Ior,.: & Mith-, A L:,E
Pe, CT K.rk.,--ood
Ste.er, .' Lee
.t'r.le, B Le.ir,
Sc.pher, B Le.,.lller,
'viilliin 'i.' Liririe

Cher,l I Li.[er & P Der.r,, T.-.eed
L|nre Fi Lotbl
M-irir, I & P-rnel, S M.:M-,hr.,
Pot,-elt M |j Ir
Mi,:hel ,D Miller
M,:ch-el D M.r.ror.
E.I.rEt P Mo.rel;r,.
I~nie B C' Ne;l
Pbe-t E P-.r,..:
Mr & Mr Lnie D P..be.:k,
F /V-ill-;.:e Pope |i

I'eL '.3 G Pre: ;, Ir
Hen.r, H Pi ilrn.,
Mri Mi...nor. C::: P r.cnr,,
*hrl.le B Pe.e.r
S.-r.Il ,W Po;:r.k.-,r.:
Po.er | P,.ell
Pu: ll T Sa-.ier:.
Ed.J,-I rd E S;-.ie'. .
Ior.ln j S'co.ir,
Mike .ie11
vi'll ni, P, S.-.indle
C '-.'l 5 ...l'..' Four.d'.or. Ir..:

TOP le.-..Ih Four...-,nr. Ir..:
P lph E T-,ll-,r.[ I
H- lr.: Tir,:ler III
Te Lcher Gu'. rt Crh- .e! et -I
B C-,r' Tolley III
l_Inri[d je..i h F.ojurd;i[n.r,.
Me.:. Deri.cr
M-,ii :h P Vvi'.ikl.
H.:...-.Id L Z..oller


Richard B. Stephens
Eminent Scholar Chair
Ellen B Bellet
Mr & Mr, Thor.n:,! .- Chirr.n.r.r.
'.:.n.nr.urn.i, F.:ur..j-i [. r. :.i


Citir, A C.:r.le,
Me.i.idrhArn.r. D'l-butr F,,ur.ir[.r
Lluier,' Y Diezel
*-.n.uel A CDor,,l.:.r,
Chi ;,[r.e M E:kl[eir. &
P.eei A S:..h.:n,nrr,
,*h ,ile! H E et.:.r,.
I.:.hr. M F-, ,;,
Pr.:t-it P Fe.i r, III
T,:dd '' Fer.riell
Mi & M.i: Gerie K GCli-,i;
Fi-,rk I H-,nr..,:rd. III
/,11in-i 0- E Her,,'
Hc.llnrd & Kr,.h[ ;Ch-,i,[bl
-ojunditri:r In.:
Hollrnd & Kr.ght LLP
Dl..d M Hudi,.:.r & jre[ PA.II[.:..
P,.:bet F Hud.i:nr, |r
H W,ririe lir..e,
Mi.:hel L lin'i.e,: r,
Ed.i.i.rd F K..'er,
Le;eir B L-..
Stephrn P L.:..:.r,
Mr & Mr; P,.:.be L Mileri
M..:hiel DC Mrr.:.r,
Mr & Mri Beir. M C) Cor.r.ll
E,'.: N Qui~l
ll.II.,r., E P.:.er.ler. F.:ur ..J[.,,r,
Alr, L Putber,
M k .. :.u:,;.:.'.
D.:.r,,ld P Te;.:her
CGr'e. L D Th..ni;
Mr & Mr; Dl..d P Vt,'eb
Ar.nde... H v'e.r.[eir.
P'[nri.: ij A Iv'ill,r, "


Richard E. Nelson Chair
in Local Government
P,.:hird E Nel.:.r,


34 ANNUAL REPORT


















Scholarships


John C. & Tifi Bierley International Law
Scholarship


Chester Ferguson Scholarship
H.:..- ll L Feiri::.r.

Darrey A. Davis Memorial Scholarship
Err,;[ I He..it

Harry F. Goodmark Scholarship
-., ;, L k....... r,,'nl<


P.i t, G,....-..-.I r,',


I. C. Spoto Scholarship
Mr & Mr Th..:.r, pll,
D.' & Mir M-x C'D --..:-.;
Ar.r. B K.:.,.:..I
K-ihle r, M Suli. -.r

James J. Freeland Graduate Tax/joseph
R.Julin Scholarship
Fr-,nr< A Allnr

Judge Ben Krentzman Scholarship
Vv' ;[I, -,nr, H.:. r

Lake Lytal Jr. Scholarship I
Michael A. Fogarty Memorial
Scholarship I Mark A. Rentenbach
Memorial Scholarship
D.:.r. Allir F.:..jr..ni;.:.r. Ir..:
P ;r, -r..rj FI.:i-',
ElI-zbiteh H Per,[erb-.:h

Robert S. Baynard Scholarship Fund
P.:.t-,t 5 & M.I.j,.,j M ei r,,c.i T..ju [
M.Ijd,.d M B-,r-,id.

Saliwanchik Lloyd & Saliwanchik
Intellectual Property Fund
i,,l... -,r.:h,l< LI.:.,.d & .l.. -r,.:hl<

Upchurch Watson White & Max
Dispute Resolution Fund
IIpI.:..'.:ih '.v'-[-:r. Vvhi.[. & M 'x
M e.iji[ ,:.r. ,":'.u:


Scholarship Endowments Beneficial

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1, -..1.. I Dui.in A Di'i% %Icm mi n dil StII.i ulll .. Il l. .1 I _. ldl Hcctor
D D is I...I... ii....I .n I .... I I ... .. ..I ....... II II 1,'' I l....Il. .II1i
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I. .. .. ..I II .. I ... ....I


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biving

DuBoseAusley '62
Partner, Ausley & McMullen
Tallahassee, Florida
Ausley's father Charles also attended UF law school (class of 1930) and
was a founder of the law firm Ausley & McMullen.

C I owe a lot to the University for the education I got and the friendships I
made. VVhen I enrolled, UF was reallyTHE only choice if you wanted to prac-
tice in Florida. It was where you made the contacts you would use in your
practice.And we must work to make certain that remains true.As for shoot-
ing for the Top 10 of public law schools in the U.S., from a selfish standpoint,
the better the academic reputation of the College, the more value my diploma
has. I believe the law school can do it with a few leaps.There's no reason why
any Southeastern Conference law school or any other law school in the South
should rank ahead of UF in any poll or by any measurement. I )


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CONTRIBUTIONS ANALYSIS


J.D. Alumni


Grouped byJDILL8 graduation year
with alumni who made a gift during
2001-02 fscal year.

Class of 1934
Class Total: ............................ 100
N o. in Class: ...........................5...
Participation: ............................ 7%
Enrichment Society
William Lipsitz

Class of 1935
Class Total: ................................$50
N o. in Class:................................ 9
Participation:............................ I I%
Enrichment Society
Maurice W Goldstein

Class of 1936
Class Total: ........................$1,000
N o. in Class: .......................... .... 10
Participation:.......................... 10%
Trusler Society
T. Paine KellyJr.

Class of 1937
Class Total: ........................$3,000
N o. in Class: .......................... .... 10
Participation:............................20%
Trusler Society
John D. Noble
John H. Stembler

Class of 1938
Class Total: ..............................$250
No. in Class: ..................................8
Participation:........................ 13%
Enrichment Society
Philip N. Selber

Class of 1939
Class Total: ................................$75
N o. in Class: ........................ .... 14
Participation:............................ 14%
Enrichment Society
Sam J. Hall Jr.
E. Covington Johnston

Class of 1940
Class Total: ..............................$200
No. in Class: .............................. 23
Participation: ............................4%
Enrichment Society
Wilson Freeman

Class of 1941
Class Total: ..............................$500
N o. in Class: .............................. 14
Participation:............................ 14%
Trusler Society
William M. Goza (Life. Mem)
Enrichment Society
William C. Grimes
Bishop McCauley

Class of 1942
Class Total: .......................... $ 1 50
No. in Class: ..................................6
Participation:............................33%
Enrichment Society
Raymond Ehrlich
Thomas V Lefevre


Class of 1943
Class Total: ........................ $1,000
N o. in Class: ..............................4.
Participation: ..........................5%
Trusler Society
Irving Cypen

Class of 1945
Class Total: ..............................$ 125
No. in Class: .............................9.
Participation:..........................22%
Enrichment Society
Ralph C. Dell
Harry R Edwards

Class of 1946
Class Total: ..............................$ 100
N o. in C lass: ............................. 13
Participation: ............................ 8%
Enrichment Society
Ernest J. Hewett

Class of 1947
Class Total: ........................ $2,350
No. in Class: .............................. 32
Participation: ............................ 6%
Trusler Society
Robert M. Ervin
Enrichment Society
Warren H. Edwards

Class of 1948
Class Total: ......................$32,450
No. in Class: .............................. 88
Participation: .......................... 10%
Founders Society
Gerald J. Klein
Trusler Society
Osee R. Fagan
Mark Hulsey
Enrichment Society
Carl C. Durrance
Marie G. Garrett
HowellW Melton
Ernest M. Page Jr.
Richard M. Smith
Howard E.Warns

Class of 1949
Class Total: ....................$103,800
No. in Class: .............................. 94
Participation: .......................... 15%
Founders Society
SamuelYAllgood Jr.
Trusler Society
John Arthur Jones
Corise RVarn
Enrichment Society
Bart L. Cohen
Samuel Lee Crouch
T.Allen Crouch
Preston W DeMilly
Howard L. Garrett
S.William Goldstein
John M. Marees
James K. Rush
Al L Schneider
William Reece Smith Jr.
George B. Stallings Jr.


Class of 1950
Class Total: ......................$ 100,750
N o. in Class: .............................. 92
Participation: .......................... 10%
Founders Society
Warren M. Cason
Enrichment Society
James J.Altman
John R. Bonner
John M. Farrell
Howard Hadley
WesleyW Mayhall
John M.Scheb
Rupert J. Smith
John H. Sutherland

Class of 1951
Class Total: ..................$57,642.64
N o. in Class: .............................. 92
Participation:.......................... 16%
Founders Society
James D. Camp Jr.
Dean's Council
Mandell Glicksberg
Trusler Society
George A Dietz
Robert T. Mann
Enrichment Society
Lewis Ansbacher
Jack S. Carey
James E. Clayton
Warren D. Hamann
William T. Harrison Jr.
Fred J. Krim
Harry L. Michaels
Gilbert A Smith
Winifred L.Wentworth
Robert H.Willis
Clarence M.Wood

Class of 1952
Class Total: ........................$4,270
No. in Class: .............................. 47
Participation:.......................... 17%
Dean's Council
William 0. E. Henry
Trusler Society
Benjamin F Overton
Doyle Rogers
Enrichment Society
RoyW Caldwell
Marie Cook-Matis
Evans Crary
William J. HornerJr.
John T. Rogerson Jr.

Class of 1953
Class Total: ........................ $2,150
N o. in Class: .............................. 5 I
Participation:.......................... 10%
Dean's Council
Anthony S. Battaglia
Trusler Society
Melvyn B. Frumkes
Enrichment Society
Charles WAbbott
Edward M. Booth
MurrayW Overstreet Jr.


Class of 1954
Class Total: ........................$6,575
No. in Class: .............................. 52
Participation: ............................8%
Dean's Council
Robert L.Trohn
Trusler Society
Carl R. Pennington Jr.
Enrichment Society
Stephen H. Grimes
William J. Reynolds

Class of 1955
Class Total: ......................$38,700
No. in Class: .............................. 34
Participation: .......................... 21%
Dean's Council
Robert J. Beckham
W Dexter Douglass
Francis T. McCoy
Richard E. Nelson
Enrichment Society
W Ray Fortner
Joseph Glass
Lewis H. Hill III

Class of 1956
Class Total: ........................$2,875
No. in Class: .............................. 40
Participation:.......................... 5%
Dean's Council
Peter T. Fay
Trusler Society
Reubin O.Askew
Enrichment Society
Jerry B. Crockett
Marion M. Cromwell
Rollin D. Davis Jr.
Robert R Gaines

Class of 1957
Class Total: ........................$5,000
N o. in Class: .............................. 51
Participation:........................ 12%
Trusler Society
Paul W Danahy Jr.
James O. Driscoll
Enrichment Society
Joseph Garcia
Laurence I. Goodrich
John M. McNatt Jr.
Charles M. Sasser Jr.

Class of 1958
Class Total: ........................$4,850
No. in Class: .............................. 72
Participation:.......................... I I%
Dean's Council
J. Charles Gray
Trusler Society
David Hyman
Enrichment Society
William C.Andrews
William G. Davis Jr.
Donald J. Lunny
John W Mooers
S.Jay Plager
T.Terrell Sessums


Class of 1959
Class Total: ........................$2,725
No. in Class: .............................. 65
Participation: .......................... 12%
Dean's Council
Stephen W Sessums
Trusler Society
Maxwell WWells Jr.
Enrichment Society
Robert J. Boylston
Richard B. Burk
Lealand L Lovering
Robert R Miller
Joseph Q.Tarbuck
Richard G.Weinberg

Class of 1960
Class Total: ........................$2,650
No. in Class: .............................. 72
Participation: ............................ 7%
Dean's Council
StanleyW Rosenkranz
Enrichment Society
Thomas R. Brown
Edward B. Davis Jr.
Robert A Kimbrough
Chester L Skipper

Class of 1961
Class Total: ...................... 0,700
No. in Class: .............................. 73
Participation: ....................... 12%
Founders Society
Fredric G. Levin
Dean's Council
Arnold L Greenfield
Jon C. Moyle
Trusler Society
William L Eagan
Enrichment Society
Edwin C. Cluster
George T. Dunlap III
Irvin A. Meyers
John H. Moore II
Raymond W Royce

Class of 1962
Class Total: ......................$22,925
N o. in Class: ............................ 12
Participation: ....................... 18%
Founders Society
W George Allen
Dean's Council
C. DuBoseAusley
Ernest A Sellers
Grace W"Betty" Taylor
Trusler Society
Robert E. Gunn
James L Ritchey
Enrichment Society
John M.Abramson
Byron B. Block
Leon H. Brush
George E. Bunnell
James H. Gilbert Jr.
Jane R. Harris
James C. Hoover
Richard H. Hunt Jr.
T. Gaines LaGrone
Herbert A Langston Jr.
R. Layton Mank


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Michael M. McFall
David P Newman
Howard FVanDenburgh

Class of 1963
Class Total: ..........................$6,870
No. in Class: ..............................97
Participation: .......................... 12%
Dean's Council
Thomas A. Davis
Stanley B. Levin
Trusler Society
John C. Bierley
Enrichment Society
Harry L.Anstead
Reed A Bryan III
Chester E. Clem Jr.
Larry C. Fedro
John F. Harris
Murray Kanetsky
Wm. Bruce Louden
F. Perry Odom
Sylvia H.Walbolt

Class of 1964
Class Total: ....................$7,608.33
No. in Class: .............................. 134
Participation: .............................. 8%
Dean's Council
Robert R. Feagin III
George D. Gabel Jr.
Michael LJamieson
Trusler Society
Charles T.Wells
Enrichment Society
RAuse Brown
Edward Carhart
John W Caven Jr.
Charles R. Fawsett
John G. Immer
Robert M. Johnson
Roberta L. Selman

Class of 1965
Class Total: ..................$17,283.46
No. in Class: .............................. 137
Participation: .......................... 15%
Dean's Council
Charles E. Commander III
Stumpy Harris
Gerald D. Schackow
Sidney A Stubbs Jr.
Trusler Society
Norman A. Coll
J. Michael Swaine
Enrichment Society
R. Dewey Burnsed
Wallace H. Hall
Benjamin H. Hill III
Steve C. Horowitz
Robert A. Lazenby
R. Stephen Miles Jr.
Michael J. Minerva
Leroy H. Moe
Leo R RockJr.
Jeremy R Ross
Thomas G. Schultz
Philip Tatich
M. Stephen Turner
David E.Ward Jr.

Class of 1966
Class Total: ..................$91,086.86
No. in Class: ........................... 177
Participation: .......................... 12%
Founders Society
W Kelly Smith


Dean's Council
Charles H. Baumberger
L. Kinder Cannon III
Eugene J. Howard
George R. Moraitis
Charles R Pillans III
Richard M. Robinson
Stephen F Rossman
Trusler Society
Allan P Clark
James M. Nixon II
Enrichment Society
Bruce Culpepper
Elizabeth J. du Fresne
Richard T. Earle III
Bill A Fleming
Charles A. Intriago
Robert S. Miller
Robert T. Mounts
Stephen J. Powell
Ira Pozen
John F Roscow III
Jon W Zeder

Class of 1967
Class Total: ........................ $43,325
No. in Class:.............................. 227
Participation: ....................... 13%
Dean's Council
Donald L. Braddock
J. Nolan Carter
John A. DeVault III
Thomas M. Ervin Jr.
Bill Hoppe
E.C. Deeno Kitchen
Henry H. Raattama
CouncilWooten Jr.
Trusler Society
Gary C. Simons
Enrichment Society
J. Leon Coleman
Barry R. Davidson
Crockett Farnell
Roberta F Fox
Allan T Geiger
William A. Hamilton III
Allen I. Hirsch
Louis Kwall
Roger A Larson
Stephen B. Lewallen
J. Daniel Peterson
William F. Poole IV
David L. Robbins
William H. Seaver
Barry S. Sinoff
Samuel C. Ullman
Ralph S.Wheatly
E.John Wherry Jr.
Edward B.Woodbery
James H.Woodroffe III

Class of 1968
Class Total: ..................$49,024.55
No. in Class: .............................. 192
Participation: ............................ 17%
Dean's Council
George Barford
Les W Burke
Patrick E. Geraghty
Jerry J. Goodmark
Douglas J. Milne
Trusler Society
Herbert L.Allen (Life Mem.)
Justus W Reid
Charles FThompson II
Ronnie H.Walker
Warren E.Williams


Enrichment Society
Richard C.Ausness
Fred R. Baisden Jr.
Douglas D. Batchelor Jr.
Stephen John Bozarth
Michael Brinkley
Thomas C. Cobb
Clinton H. Coulter Jr.
Alan A Dickey
Richard L Fletcher Jr.
Ronald S. Frankel
Jonathan C. Gordon
Allan J. Hall
Donald J. Hall
Nicholas E. Karatinos
Philip B. Malter
Robert D. Mclntosh
Frank L Murray
Michael A Oberst
Charles T. Sands
William C. Sherrill Jr.
Donald D. Slesnick II
Mitchell H. Spingarn
George A Sprinkel IV

Class of 1969
Class Total: ........................ $35,260
No. in Class: .............................. 87
Participation: ............................ 18%
Dean's Council
James A Hauser
Dan H. Honeywell
RobertW Mead Jr.
FWallace Pope Jr.
Mike Segal
PeterW Zinober
Trusler Society
Charles H. Egerton
Patricia H. Engman
Howell L. Ferguson
Cary B. McCaghren
William K. Zewadski (Life Mem.)
Enrichment Society
A. Graham Alien
James O. Birr Jr.
John T. Christiansen
Frank H. Fee III
James C. Fleming
J. Stephen Gardner
Stephen 0. Hart
Thomas B. Hyman Jr.
Craig C.Jacobsen
Timothy A Johnson Jr.
Henry E. Mallue Jr.
Ronald W Maxwell
John E. Moxley
Noel H. Nation
Richard E. Ouellette
John C. Patterson Jr.
Richard L Porter
George W Rohe
Joel D. Rosenblatt
David W Rynders
Roger D. Schwenke
Donald R.Tescher
Robert FWilliams

Class of 1970
Class Total: ......................$10,335
No. in Class: ............................2 12
Participation: .................... ...... I 1%
Dean's Council
Ronald A Carpenter
RonaldY. Schram
Malcolm B.Wiseheart Jr.
Trusler Society
Alan R. Parlapiano


Enrichment Society
Charles E. Bergmann
Howard W Brill
John M. Brumbaugh
Frederick M. Bryant
E. Hugh Chappell Jr.
William E. Dunwody III
Charles M. Gadd Jr.
David F Hannan
Christy F. Harris
Joseph C. Mellichamp III
Stephan P Mickle
Charles L. Plank
John C. Randolph
Bruce S. Russell
James A Sisserson
Robert A. Stern
John C.Taylor Jr.
HarryTempkins
William AVan Nortwick Jr.

Class of 1971
Class Total: ................$129,831.43
No. in Class: .............................. 227
Participation: ............................ 18%
Founders Society
William C. Gentry
Dean's Council
Roger L Blackburn
Howard C. Coker
Phillip R. Finch
J. Fraser Himes
Robert F Hudson Jr.
John K.Vreeland
Trusler Society
Leslie J. Barnett
Robert S. Bolt
Karl B. Hanson Jr.
F BrookVoght
Enrichment Society
Robert FApgar
Timothy C. Blake
Darryl M. Bloodworth
John G. Delancett
RobertV Duss
Alan P Dye
Ronald D. Fairchild
Robert J. Finck
Louis F Hubener III
George G.Jacunski
Charles H. Livingston


2001-02

R.Jackson McGill
Thomas Edward Morris
Joel Reinstein
Steven E. Rohan
Gerry B. Rose
Bruce G. Shaffner
Martin J. Sperry
James W Stirling
Kevin A. Suffern
R. BradleyTaylor
Robert J.Telfer Jr.
Clinton ATyrrell
Steven J. Uhlfelder
Douglas AWard
Everett H.WilcoxJr.
J. Maxwell Williams
Richard H.Willits
Ronald E.Young

Class of 1972
Class Total: ........................ $52,840
No. in Class:............................. 362
Participation: .............................. 9%

Dean's Council
G.Thomas Ball
Bruce H. Bokor
Richard T Garfield
Richard C. Grant
Hal H. Kantor
Jon L. Mills
James F Page Jr.
James G. Pressly Jr.
John J. Schickel
JeffreyWWarren
Trusler Society
William H.Andrews
Gene K. Glasser
Marjorie Gadarian Graham
Donald S. Kohla
James S. Moody Jr.
Clifford A Schulman
Enrichment Society
JamesWAlmand
Thomas G. Christmann
Frederick M. Dahlmeier
Christopher M. Fear
Frank B. Gummey III
Julian E. Harrison
David L. Kahn
James J. Kincheloe


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CONTRIBUTIONS ANALYSIS


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Elliott H. Lucas
G. Carson McEachern
M.Wayne Myers
Raymond J. Peacock
J. Michael Rooney
Harold Silver
Robert L.Taylor
DaleWVash
W Eric Venable

Class of 1973
Class Total: ........$41,716.43
No. in Class: ....................394
Participation: .................. 12%
Founders Society
Gerald A. Rosenthal
Dean's Council
Martha W Barnett
Peter C. K. Enwall
George E. Schulz Jr.
Mal Steinberg
William H. Stolberg
Trusler Society
Carle A Felton Jr.
W Christian Hoyer
Alan C.Jensen
Alan H. Konigsburg
Enrichment Society
Joseph W Beasley
Dean B. Bunch
Scott R. Christiansen
Irwin A. Connelly
Paul M. Cummings
Lawrence J. Davis
Susan F. Delegal
Charles W Dorman
FJoseph DuBray
George S. Dunn
Patricia Combs Fawsett
Luanne E. Ferguson
Thomas G. Ford
Robert D. Gatton
Ralph F Gray
Louis B. Guttmann III
Donald S. HartJr.
Zelda J. Hawk
ThomasV Infantino II
Gerald L. Knight
Andrew J. Markus
Brynn G. Newton
Alan H. Prather
J. Paul Raymond
Lawrence C. Rolfe
Richard D. Saba
Diane C.T. Schettini
David J. Schottenfeld
Frederick D. Smith
W Russell Snyder
Frank J.Tassone Jr.
Randall N.Thornton
Kenneth ATreadwell
Joseph H.Williams
Dale S.Wilson
Art G.Wroble
Leighton D.Yates Jr.

Class of 1974
Class Total: ........$82,285.07
No. in Class: ....................297
Participation: .................. 16%
Founders Society
FrederickW Leonhardt
Dean's Council
Timothy G.Anderson
Andrew J. Fawbush


Stephen B. Gillman
K. Lawrence Gragg
Robert E. Glennon Jr.
Edward F Koren
Leslie J. Lott
Robert G. Merkel
Michael T Moore
Louis K. Rosenbloum
Gwynne A.Young
Trusler Society
Joseph P Carolan III
Richard P Cole
M. Lanning Fox
Thomas J. Korge
Robert M. Kramer
Enrichment Society
Everett PAnderson
James V Barrios
Zelma L. Berger
Neal L Betancourt
Paul D. Breitner
William A Cooperjr.
Robert S. Cross
Clay S. Davis Jr.
John D. Dumbaugh
Thomas J. Ellwanger
James L. Fly
Peter J. Fryefield
Robert C. Gibbons
Garry M. Glickman
Albert J. Hadeed
Nancy H. Henry
J. Bruce Hoffmann
Norman L. Hull
FrederickWJones
David T. Knight
Judith M. Korchin
J.Thomas McGrady III
Robert L. Mellen III
Thomas A Munkittrick
Harley E. Riedel II
Eliot J. Safer
James E. L. Seay
Jeffrey C. Sweet
Dennis R.Turner
Kenneth R.Washburn
John AWeiss
Bruce I.Yegelwel

Class of 1975
Class Total: ........................ $47,785
No. in Class:............................. 366
Participation: ............................ 14%
Founders Society
Kitty Phillips
Dean's Council
Bernard A Barton Jr.
John W Campbell
Ronald A David
J.Joaquin Fraxedas
Maureen G. Gragg
JeffreyA Hirsch
Bruce R. Kaster
John A Shipley Ill
Barry L Silber
Samuel G.Wells
Trusler Society
Robert M. Harris
B. Douglas Hind-Marsh
(Life Member)
Rod Smith
Enrichment Society
BarryA.Abbott
Richard P Candelora
Edward C. Castagna r.
James R. Chandler III


Jeffrey J. Cohen
Kenneth S. Davis
Jacob Fishman
DeHaven W Fleming
Kent Fulton
Alan M. Gerlach Jr.
Amy B. Greenfield
Edmund T. Henry III
James M. Hess
John H.Jones
Paul M. Korchin
Ronald A Labasky
Roger C. Lambert
John E. Lawlor III
JackA Levine
Robert C. Maland
Anthony P Mario Jr.
Patrick F Maroney
William H. McBride Jr.
Howell W Melton Jr.
A Guy Neff jr.
Philip E. Perrey
Jerrold K. Phillips
Austin F Reed
George H. Russ
William E. Shannon
joy B. Shearer
PatrickW Skelton
M. Stephen Smith III
Tito S. Smith
James B.Tilghman
John M.Welch Jr.
Terry AWex
Gerald AWilliams

Class of 1976
Class Total: ..................$25,569.83
No. in Class: .............................. 389
Participation: ............................ 12%
Dean's Council
Ellen B. Bellet
William A Boyles
W Michael Clifford
Roy B. Dalton Jr.
Janet R. Studley
Hans G.Tanzler III
Gregg D.Thomas
Trusler Society
R.Vinson Barrett
Thomas J. Farkash
William H. Ferguson
JackJ. Fine
Kevin A Malone
Becky A Powhatan
Enrichment Society
Samuel G. Crosby
Gerald B. Curington
Susan W Fox
Daniel B. Harrell
Charles L. Hoffman Jr.
Frederick S.Jaeger Jr.
Joseph W Kniskern
HenryW Lavandera
Mark F. Lewis
Douglas P McClurg
G. Blair McCune
Carl S. McGinnes
Craig C. Mitchell
Frederick J. Murrell
James L. Myers
Carolyn 0. Nofal
Joseph C. Parker
Richard L. Polin
Glenna Joyce Reeves
Charles A Reinhardt Jr.
George J. Roark Ill


Judith L. Rosenthal
Paul E. Rosenthal
Paul A. Rowell
Thomas M. Sherouse
Ellis R Smith
Andrew B.Thomas
Marjorie B.Thomas
Amanda M.Traweek
David R.Tyrrell
John R.Wallace
B.ThomasWhitefield III
Scott E.Wilt

Class of 1977
Class Total: ..................$ 13,499.61
No. in Class:............................. 325
Participation: ........................... 13%
Dean's Council
Lauren Y Detzel
John J. Scroggin
Trusler Society
W Glenn Dempsey
Nola S. Dyal
Virginia A Lipton
Mary PTwitchell
Enrichment Society
Joan E. Beer
Lynne C. Capehart
Debra Leigh Cline
Mary M. Cochran
David L. Cook
Kathleen A Cooper
Catherine C. Cosby
Robert E. Cosby
William L Courshon
Celia E. Deifik
James M. Donohoe Jr.
David H. Evaul
Sally H. Foote
Don H. Goode
Freddie L. Goode
William A. Greenberg
Ivy C. Harris
Warren L. Harris
Kenneth J. Hirsh
Mark R Lang
Roy H. Lasris
William A. Lee III
Timothy K. Mariani
Charles S. Modell
Mary N. Morgan
Jesse W Rigby
Catherine A. Riley
Janice L. Russell
Thomas B. Smith
Aberdeen R. Speights
Barbara J. Staros
Victor M. Suarez
Richard TombrinkJr.
Stephen W Urse II
Howard L. Zoller

Class of 1978
Class Total: ..................$17,268.93
No. in Class:............................. 378
Participation: ......................... 13%
Dean's Council
Linda C. McGurn
Daniel F Molony
Gary S. Rabin
Ned M. Shandloff
Trusler Society
Robert E. Gordon
Mynra A Hanson
Enrichment Society
Wallace B.Anderson Jr.


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Debra H. Bernes
E. Sue Bernie
Jay P Cohen
Joseph M. Davis
Beverly Hunt Diehr
AJ. Donelson
Charles F Edwards
Luis Fernandez
Richard D. Fultz
Melinda P Gamot
Cheryl L. Gordon
Jay A Halpern
Frank Bradley Hassell
Jerome W Hoffman
Patricia P H.Jones
Randy M. Kammer
William M. Kent
Sheri L. Kerney
Thomas F. Kerney III
Mark S. Kessler
Colleen M. Kettles
Richard T Leavengood
Steven C. Lee
ChaunceyW Lever Jr.
David E. Mathias
Robert J. Merlin
Frank E. Miller
J.Jefferson Overby
Patricia A Petruff
Colleen A. Preston
C. Stephen Rosander
Robert M. Rubenstein
John W Salmon
Albert A Sanchez Jr.
Robert A. Sandow
Valerie D. Schaub
Jeffrey D. Segal
W Crit Smith
Michael H. Streater
Angela D.Vickers
WaddellAWallace Ill
JerryWilson
Richard M. Zabak

Class of 1979
Class Total: ..................$ 16,130.79
No. in Class: ............................ 329
Participation: ........................%....
Dean's Council
Alfred J. Malefatto
Brian M. O'Connell
Moria Rozenson
Lawrence E. Sellers Jr.
Trusler Society
Peter T. Kirkwood
David S. Pressly
Enrichment Society
James P Beadle
Christopher D. Bernard
Christine K. Bilodeau
Deborah W Bunnell
Faye A Burner
David A Cairns
V Robert Denham Jr.
Ladd H. Fassett
Joseph E. Foster
Fred D. Franklin Jr.
John L. Holcomb
Glenn R. Hosken
MarkA. Kamilar
Michael J. Korn
Jacqueline S. Miller
James B. MurphyJr.
Steven A Pepper
Allen L. Register
Richard J. Sarafan


David C. Sasser
A Russell Smith
Scott A Specht
Richard E. Stadler
Karen Steger
Sam T Steger
Richard L. Stockton
Robert A Sweetapple
Robert WWattwood
Jennifer AWest
Gail I.Winson

Class of 1980
Class Total: ..................$1 1,440.73
No. in Class:.............................. 362
Participation: .............................. 9%
Founders Society
Evan J.Yegelwel
Dean's Council
RobWebb
Trusler Society
Judith S. Beaubouef
Charles M. Rand
Randolph J. Rush
Enrichment Society
Alejandro Alvarez
Deb S. Blechman
Richard K. Bowers Jr.
Penny H. Brill
Darrell F Carpenter
Kerry I. Evander
Peter J. Genz
Robert B. Green
Steven H. Hagen
Michael S. Hawley
Madelon J. Horwich
Leonard H.Johnson
Sharon Strayer Learch
Ross T. Lessack
Robin Paul Malloy
Chad M. McClenathen
Eric D. Olson
Neil M. O'Toole
Mark S. Peters
Dean R. Plattner
Paul S. Rothstein
Jeffrey A Rynor
Charles K. Stuart Jr.
Janet M. Stuart
Francisco F.Tabernilla
Kathleen Watson
Charles D.Wingate

Class of 1981
Class Total: ..................$24,766.69
No. in Class:.............................. 385
Participation: ...................... .... 13%
Dean's Council
Jeffrey D. Feldman
Kenneth R.Johnson
Kimberly L.Johnson
Michael D. Minton
Trusler Society
David W Dyer
Cherie H. Fine
PatriciaA.Willing
Enrichment Society
Mary C.Arpe
Mark S. Blechman
Raymond O. Bodiford
Patricia L. Burquest-Fultz
Charles J. Cacciabeve
Randall C. Clement
Jill L. Dame
Peter L. Dame
Deborah A Damerville


Ricky R. Damerville
Alan Howard Daniels
Lisa H. Enfield
Elizabeth K. Evander
Beth Harlan
Phares M. Heindl
Donna S. Hurtak
Steven D. Hutton
Nancy H.Jackson
Bruce D.Johnson
William S.Josey
Marvin A Kirsner
Gary B. Leuchtman
Cheryl K. Lindgren
Robert R. Lindgren
Martha A Lott
Barbara B. McGriff
James E. Moye
Kathleen M. O'Connor
Neal G. Patton
Howard M. Rosenblatt
Dennis R. Schutt
Scott A Silver
Wayne E. Sprague
Gary L Summers
WendyVomacka
Marc L.Warren
Richard BruceWarren
Ronald WWells
J. Mason Williams III
Thomas R.Williams
Carl J. Zahner
Sharon AV. Zahner

Class of 1982
Class Total: ..................$32,174.81
No. in Class:.............................. 401
Participation: .............................. 9%
Founders Society
John B. Morgan
Dean's Council
Nathan S. Collier
Larry Heinkel
Oscar A Sanchez
Trusler Society
Marybeth McDonald
Enrichment Society
John C. Bales
Susan T. Balsley
Walter G. Benjamin
Karen M. Buesing
David H. Burns
Harry C. Cibak
Carlos F. Concepcion
Alys N. Daniels
Terence J. DelahuntyJr.
Nancy J. Faggianelli
Julia L. Frey
Richard R. Garland
Michael J. Gelfand
Linda R. Getzen
Karen M. Gilliam
Sherry M. Hieber
Robert F. Hoogland
Joseph S.Jackson
Richard AJacobson
Brian T. Kelly
Dora Kerner
James R. Lussier
Kenneth M. Malnik
Bruce May
William L. Mims Jr.
Paul J. Mokris
Michael A Piscitelli
Gary Lee Printy
Neil A Roddenbery


Brian P Rush
Robert A. Solove
Tracye K. Solove
R. Dennis Tweed

Class of 1983
Class Total: ..................$27,365.07
No. in Class: ..............................339
Participation: .......................... 13%
Dean's Council
Thomas J.Ali
James A Gale
Edward E. Sawyer
Barbara RVaka
George A.Vaka
Trusler Society
Robert Blanchard
Charles L. Cranford
Enrichment Society
Randal M.Alligood
Leroy C. Bryant III
John K. Carey
Ada Carmona
Lavinia D. Dierking
Maggie B. Evans
Joe E. Finger
Gregory A Fox
Patrick G. Gilligan
Lee T Griffin
Linda S. Griffin
Guy S. Haggard
John E. Hale
William F. Hamilton
Dyanne Feinberg Henkel
Elizabeth M. Hernandez
Eugenio Hernandez
Richard H. Hiers
Steven Hurwitz
Edmond D. Johnson
Lourdes F La Paz
Steven J. Levin
Russell D. Levitt
Joan H. Lowenstein
Laura A McCall
Donna L. Mclntosh
Robert K. Mclntosh
Michael D. Miller
Curtis J. Neal
Brian N. Onek
PatrickA. Rice
Brett A Rivkind
Mark B. Schellerup


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Glenn J.Waldman
Dyla L.Warren
James R.Wiley
William A.Winter

Class of 1984
Class Total: ........................$ 10,970
No. in Class:..............................326
Participation:............................ 10%
Dean's Council
Bill Bone
Hank B. Campbell
Trusler Society
Carol C.Todd
Enrichment Society
Jack J.Aiello
Randall E. Baad
Gwendolyn A Baumann
Allen L. Cannon
Scott W Cichon
Alan B. Cohn
Stephen M. Durden
Kenneth G. Ferguson III
Robin K. Froug
Leonard L Gardner
Teresa G. Gardner
Marlene Hammock
Christopher C. Hazelip
Nancy C. Jacobson
James R. Kramer
Cheryl J. Lister
Gloria M. Lockridge
Mark K. Logan
Lawrence J. Marraffino
Judith M. Nagan
TracyA Nichols
Michael L. O'Neill
Steven L Owen
Richard Paladino
Jay E. Rothlein
James H. Shimberg Jr.
Brian D. Stokes
William R. Swindle
Mark G. Usdin
David R.Vetter

Class of 1985
Class Total: ................$159,330.36
No. in Class:..............................365
Participation: ............................ 10%


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CONTRIBUTIONS ANALYSIS

Founders Society
MarkA. Nouss
Anonymous
Dean's Council
William J. Schifino Jr.
Enrichment Society
Anderson L. Baldy III
Elizabeth L. Bevington
Walter L. Brewer
Paul H. Crockett
Raul A Cuervo
Carol N. Dittmar
Charles H. Dittmar Jr.
Brenna M. Durden
Steven Ellison
Gregg H. Fierman
H. Douglas Garfield
Leslie Y Garfield
Alan M. Gross
Timothy D. Haines
J.Wiley Hicks
MarkW Klingensmith
Robert E. Lewis
Dennis E. Manelli
Gregory A McLaughlin
Marilyn Ann H. Moore
Michael E. Neukamm
Frederick T. Reeves
Robert C. Sanchez
Harry R. Schafer
Jodi L Siegel
Michael W Smith
Ali Steinbach
Catherine G. Swain
PerryTanksley
Michelle R.Vasilinda
Jill A Zeanah
Salome J. Zikakis

Class of 1986
Class Total: ....................$8,733.38
No. in Class: ..............................395
Participation: .............................. 9%
Trusler Society
Phillip S. Dingle
Lawrence Keefe


Enrichment Society
Robert G.Abood
Janet PAilstock
Alan M.Applegate
FrankAAshton
Frank M. Bedell
Emmett K. Bittickjr.
Lesley G. Blackner
Alden E. Burlington
Mark Citrin
Maureen M. Daughton
Belinda E.W Engelmann
James R. Franklin
Paul R. Game
LucyW Hoover
Scott E. Hunt
John A. Kirst Jr.
Criston E. Klotz
Susan K. Labasky
Barbara H. Luikart
James L. Olivier
William A. Parady
FrankA Pavese Jr.
BarryW Rigby
Juan J. Rodriguez
Steven R. Schooley
Thomas F. Slater
Courtney B.Wilson
Wynnora S.Wilson
Wendy E.Witten
Dennis R.Wood
Marina G.Wood
Marc S.Woolf

Class of 1987
Class Total: ....................... 10,755
No. in Class:.............................. 379
Participation: ...................... .... I 1%
Trusler Society
Eric L. Leach
Linda Julin McNamara
Patrick J. McNamara
Jon C. Moyle Jr.
Enrichment Society
Alan B.Almand
Anne M. Baldy
Lorraine Bell
Jane D. Callahan


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Robert Casassa
James E. Collins
Mayanne Downs
Erick M. Drlicka
Kurt H. Dunkle
Harolyn H. Dutt
Thomas M. Findley
Diana Goldman
John F. Halula
Iris G. Hernandez
Jeffrey D. Kottkamp
Jan D. Langer
Jeff Lloyd
Amy R. Mashburn
Maureen M. Matheson
Helen W McAfee
Russell W Merriman
Pamela J. Mills
Gary M. Pappas
Ava L. Parker
Kathleen M. Paustian
Paul S. Quinn Jr.
James M. Riley
Mark E. Robinson
Mitchel W Roth
Susanne M. Roxbury
Christopher J. Ryan
Kayla B. Rynor
David L. Schick
Sharon T. Sperling
Nida R.Trigoboff
Linda LWinchenbach
Richard S.Wright

Class of 1988
Class Total: ..................$ 12,001.54
N o. in Class:.............................368
Participation: ... ...................... 10%
Dean's Council
Beth B. Mills
Darrell W Payne
Trusler Society
Kevin G. Coleman
Martin H. Levin
Alton L Lightsey
Enrichment Society
Glenn AAdams
Anne Moorman Bell
Douglas A. Booher
Jacqueline Bozzuto
Timothy F. Campbell
Kraig A Conn
R. Scott Costantino
Deborah S. Davis
Robin K. Davis
Jonathan W Dingus
Michael R Donaldson
Peter V Fullerton
JackW Geckler
Jeffrey A Grebe
RosemarieV. Grebe
Nancy P Halula
Paul J. Healy
James W Keeter
Frederick L Kretschmerjr.
Edward J. Kuchinski
Carol L. Marden
Cathryn A. Mitchell
James S. Pearthree
Richard L Purtz
Scott E. Ray
Cynthia C. Rodriguez
Douglas A. Smith
Mitchell A. Stone
Gerard FWehle Jr.
Nina M. Zollo


Class of 1989
ClassTotal: ..................$33,785.12
No. in Class: ..............................357
Participation: .............................. 6%
Dean's Council
Corinne C. Hodak
Trusler Society
MarkA.Avera
Patrick S. Cousins
John T. Rogerson III
Enrichment Society
Cathleen G. Bell
Frances A. Borland
Brett M. Bressler
W Bard Brockman
Julianna K. Burke
Michael L Ferguson
Andrew D. Fisher
Anthony D. George Jr.
John F Germany Jr.
Katherine M. Koops
Nicolas J. Muniz
MarkA. Sessums
Robert A. Shimberg
Stephen G. Stanton
Richard I. Stern
Lee PTeichner
John S.Tiffin
Charles D.Tobin
Daniel B.Yeager

Class of 1990
Class Total: ..........................$6,390
No. in Class: ..............................383
Participation: .............................. 9%
Dean's Council
Jonathan B.Trohn
JackA.Weiss
Enrichment Society
Madeliene C.Abling
Susan T. Baker
Gregory S. Band
Steven M. Berman
Mrs. S. Campbell Bradford
Derrick E. Cox
Jennifer E. Daley
Cindy J. Davis
Laura A Eidson
Todd W Fennell
Karen G. Getelman
Robert B. Gough III
Teresa Adamson Herrmann
Stephanie M. Higgins
Jeffrey D. Hogan
Janice L Innis-Thompson
Suzanne M.Judas
Mitchel B. Krause
Christopher L. Kurzner
Carri S. Leininger
David E. Mallen
WWesley Marston
Edward McCarthy III
Edward M. Mullins Jr.
Ailish C. O'Connor
Kenneth C. Pope
William H. Rogner
Bradley M. Saxton
Darrin R. Schutt
Tate Taylor
RobertWThielhelm Jr.

Class of 1991
Class Total: ....................$4,250.88
No. in Class: ..............................379
Participation: .............................. 9%


Enrichment Society
Tania Z.Alavi
Michelle Anchors
Steven L Beiley
Christopher W Boyett
Thomas R Briggmann
Nelson T. Castellano
Terri R. Day
Thomas G. DePeter
John R. Dierking
Theodore J. Hamilton
Elaine B. Hanson
Patricia L. Hartley
Raymond A Jackson
Julio C.Jaramillo
Bradford D. Kimbro
Charles A. Krawczyk
Joan Millett
Jon A. Morris
RimaY. Mullins
Dale L. Parker
Robert J. Pile
William E. Price II
Glenn M. Rissman
Katrina D. Rolle
Kelly B. Rose
Robin L. Rosenberg
Edwin A Scales III
David K.Tobiassen
Yvette M.Trelles
John VTucker
Megan Wall
Wendy H.Werb
Edmund S.Whitson III
Regina LWilson

Class of 1992
Class Total: ........................$5,485
No. in Class:............................. 368
Participation: .............................. 8%
Trusler Society
Deidra C. Smith
Enrichment Society
Nelson C. Bellido
Alexandra Bongard-Stremler
R. Dean Cannon Jr.
Stacey L Cole
Lisa M. Connell
Brett D. Divers
Denise R. Ferrero
S. Katherine Frazier
Bonnie G. Hannan
Jane A. Houk
Marilyn R. Israel
Conrad S.Juergensmeyer
Eric S. Kolar
Juliette M. Koves
Kenneth La Roe
James F Lowy
John B.T. Murray Jr.
Scott Murray
Robert J. Perry Jr.
Barbara A Puestow
John W Randolph Jr.
Christienne H. Sherouse
Stephen S. Stallings
Kenneth C. Steel III
Gregg A Steinberg
Lynn H. Sumlin
Diane A.Tomlinson
Cheryl L.Virta
Mark E.Walker


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Class of 1993
Class Total: ....................$9,754.74
No. in Class: ............................ 406
Participation: ............................ 10%
Dean's Council
Bruce M. Harris
Steven WVazquez
Trusler Society
Mark 0. Bagnall
Nancy T Baldwin
Julio E. Castro III
Enrichment Society
Paul D. Bain
James A Bertron Jr.
Cecilia R. Boyd
Heather B. Brock
David E. Cannella
David E. Dreyer
David A Dunkerley
Barbara A Goldstein
Todd B. Grandy
William P Gray III
Theodore M. Green
Gregory S. Hagopian
William J. Hazzard
Rebecca L. Henderson
Alise M.Johnson
K.Judith Lane
Marc M. Leff
Donna L. Longhouse
Benjamin W Maserang
Matthew S. McAfee
Peter A. D. McGlashan
Jennifer H. McRae
Rachel P Ray
CarlV. Romano
Elizabeth G. Romano
Lili M. Romero
Julio C. Salvador Jr.
Tatiana R. Salvador
Ami P Setty
Michael D. Simons
Phillip S. Smith
Julie S.Todman
Karen M.Walker
Thomas PWert
Rhys LWilliams
Leslie B. Zacks

Class of 1994
Class Total: ..........................$5,485
N o. in Class: ............................ 381
Participation: ............................ 10%
Enrichment Society
StaceyYAdams
Richard R.Alexander
Jeffrey S. Bartel
Evan R. Batoff
Robert C. Bayer
Lisa Bisagni
G. Ray Driver Jr.
Tony M. Fineman
Dana A Friedlander
Richard Grayson
Kevin D.Johnson
Mrs. Lorien S.Johnson
Michael E. Kinney
Peter D. Loguidice
Mrs. Midori A. Lowry
Thomas M. McAleavey
Paul B. McCawley
Timothy E. McLendon
Paul H. McLester
Michael W McNatt
J. Neal Mobley
Mark R. Mohler


Fehintola Kemi Oguntebi
Thomas M. Parker
Abel A Putnam
Barbara L. Richard
Jason A Rosenthal
Rosemarie G. Scher
Daniel J. Serber
Carol B. Shannin
Nicholas A. Shannin
Michael A Silva
Ann K. Smith
Derrick H. Smith
Robert F. Sprick
John D. Stewart
Cathleen A.Talbot
Kimberly J.Walker

Class of 1995
Class Total: ....................$6,296.76
No. in Class:.............................. 385
Participation: .......................... I 1%
Dean's Council
Joseph H. Lang Jr.
Enrichment Society
Kevin A.Ashley
Paula Brice
Lynn E. Burnsed
Timothy M. Cerio
Christopher G. Commander
Stephen J. Delaney
G. Steven Fender
Justin C. Fineberg
Eric K. Gabrielle
Laura Ann Gardner
FrankA Hamner
Melissa O. Hanson
Douglas A Harrison
Shane A Hart
Lisa Z. Hauser
Robert J. Hauser
Joanna H. Kinney
Ellen L. Koehler
Patrick F. McCormack
Jeffrey M. McFarland
Michael J. Merenstein
J.Andrew Meyer
Charles T. Moore
Kendall T. Moore
Timothy M. O'Brien
Jamie B. Rainerman
William C. Rencher
Hardy L. Roberts III
Richard A. Rodgers
Matthew L. Rosin
Spencer A Rygas
Peter A Schoemann
Justin M. Senior
Christine R. Sensenig
Lori W Smith
Jeffrey M.Taylor
Lisa S.Taylor
Misty M. C.Taylor
Stephanie J.Waidner
Daniel R.Weede
Robert T.WhiteJr.
CharlotteWWilliams
Thomas A Zehnder

Class of 1996
Class Total: ........................$7,485
No. in Class:.............................. 376
Participation: ............................ 10%
Dean's Council
Maria C. Ferrao
Trusler Society
Patricia R. Sher


Enrichment Society
Daniel Bachrach
Lynne F Bachrach
Basil L. Bain
Greg Brown
Daniel K. Capes
Eula R. Clarke
Mrs. Channon N. Coffey
R. Scott Collins
Charles C. Connors Jr.
Marissa L. Connors
Roberto J. Diaz
Christine M. Eckstein
Andrea J. Fowler
Kevin D. Fowler
Suzanne E. Gilbert
Mrs. Shaw Q. Goodrich
Jason K. Greene
Adam S. Hall
Joel I. Herzfeld
James FJohnston
FrankW Kenniasty
Isabelle C. Lopez
Connolly C. McArthur
Scott Michelman
Ana M. Morales
Cynthia S. Munkittrick
Jennifer D. Odom
Stephanie U. Roberts
Jon P Scuderi
Jeremy M. Sensenig
David Tetrickjr.
Ketan S.Vakil
John AWalker
Dabney D.Ware
Kathryn B.Williams

Class of 1997
Class Total: ....................$6,618.38
No. in Class:.............................. 372
Participation: ............................ 12%
Enrichment Society
Marve Ann M.Alaimo
DebraT.Alexander
F Eugene Atwood
David H. Barnhill
Brian D. Burgoon
Maria C. Carantzas
Cristin A Conley
Kevin B. Covington
MarkJ. Criser
Douglas G. Davis
Maureen M. Deskins
N.Vail Gardner
Shannon B. Gray
Holly L Haworth
Chantal G. Hook
L. E. Hutton
Jeffrey A Jacobs
Karri M.Jessell
Henry L.Johnson
Alexander T. Johnston
Cristin H.Julian
Matthew PJulian
Jay Kim
Jason D. Lazarus
Thomas R. Levy
Elise B. Lynn
Jillian E. Marcus
John T. Marshall
Campbell McLean IV
M. Scotland Morris
Joshua A Payne
Kurt A Raulin
Just Rodriguez III
Brian J. Schoeck


Richard T. Spencer IV
Matthew C. Sperry
Scott P Swope
Lara J.Tibbals
Stephanie J.Toothaker-Walker
Caroline AWatson
John D.Wilson
Gary D.Wimsett Jr.
Mary K.Wimsett
BonitaJ.Young

Class of 1998
Class Total: ..................$14,553.57
No. in Class: .............................. 392
Participation: .............................. 7%
Dean's Council
Craig L. Goodmark
Trusler Society
Mark PArnold
Enrichment Society
Chintan K.Amin
Brannon B. Belcastro
Bradley J. Bondi
Brent F. Bradley
Derek E. Bruce
Craig D. Feiser
Marco Ferri
Timothy C. Ford
H. Lee Futch
Kevin Tyler Hill
Kristy M.Johnson
C. Ryan Jones
Karl N. Klein
Julie M. Levitt
Robert E. McFadden
Ivan A Morales
Rodger D.Moss Jr.
Matthew R O'Keefe
Patrick J. Risch
Robin K. Roberts
William J. Romanos III
Brian J. Sasadu
Ruth N. Selfridge
R. Diane Senkowski
Laura R. Urich
MickeyA.Vandre
E.John Wagner II

Class of 1999
Class Total: ....................$5,323.05
No. in Class: .............................. 390
Participation: .............................. 8%
Trusler Society
J. Grier Pressly Ill
John S. Simons
Enrichment Society
R. Bradley Adams
John L. Badalamenti
David A Barkus
BradleyT. Borden
Scott E. Brient
Jeffrey P Brock
JohannaWills Clark
Eric A Dentel
Jeffrey T. Donner
Aubrey H. Ducker Jr.
Joseph J. Fucile
Andrew M. Fussner
Deborah Garcia
Susan R. Giacoletto
Bryan S. Gowdy
Steven M. Greenberg
Holly J. Greer
Maureen M. Hazen
Jason Z.Jones
Antony B. Kolenc


2001-02

Justin L. Krieger
Kristin D. Mallatt
Samuel A. Maroon
Sarah G. Maroon
Michael G. Moore
William A. Pinto Jr.
Adam M. Slipakoff
Melissa M. Smith
Richard P Spence
Timothy M. Sullivan
Kathy I.Webb-Harris

Class of 2000
Class Total: ........................ $1,745
No. in Class:..............................393
Participation: ............................ 5%
Enrichment Society
Christine AAnchia
Branden W Baltich
Brandon C. Biederman
David M. Cayce
Ryan M. Craig
Mark H. Dahlmeier
Deborah S. Eaton
B. Dianne Farb
Ashley D. Foster
Christopher L.Johnson
Leigh A. Kasias
Russell Koonin
Robert L. Lancaster
Matthew C. Lucas
Javier D. Luis
Steven J. Resnick
Marcia A Rubin
Nicole M. Sherwood
Andrew M. Stanko
Sara ATolliver
K.Taylor White

Class of 2001
Class Total: ........................ $1,620
No. in Class: ..............................377
Participation: ............................ 3%
Enrichment Society
Gustavo A. Bravo
Frank Cruz-Alvarez
Lawrence A Dany III
Jon T. Gatto
Laura A Giuffrida
Lydia R. Hanley
Clyde J. LaForest Jr.
Matthew B. Lerner
Jason S. Miller
Callie N. Sandman
Michelle R.Thresher

Class of 2002
Class Total: ..............................$480
No. in Class:..............................254
Participation: ............................ 5%
Enrichment Society
AmandaWArnold
Veronica A Diaz
John Gihon
Dawn R. Henrichon
Rachel Kaloski
Benjamin J. LeFrancois
Sharon L. Robson
Samantha L Schosberg
Alexa R. Sherr
Rebecca S. Smith
Darryl C. Stangry
Robert WWestrick Jr.
Allen C.Winsor


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CONTRIBUTIONS ANALYSIS


LLMT Alumni

Graduate Tax Program alumni who made a gift
during the 2001-02 fiscal year.


Class of 1975
C lassTotal:........................................ 13,175
No. in Class:....................................... ...39
Participation:.................................... 36%
Dean's Council
Robert E. Glennon Jr.
K. Lawrence Gragg
H.Wynne James
Trusler Society
Lee J. Dixon II
Charles B. Reber
Enrichment Society
Dennis A Calfee
Thomas G. Christmann
Harry S. Colburn Jr.
Lawrence D. Felder
David M. Hudson
Stephen B. Lewallen
William V. Linne
Eric N. Quist
Dennis R.Turner

Class of 1976
Class Total: ...................................... $8,300.86
N o. in C lass: ................................. .......... 42
Participation:...................................................... 1%
Dean's Council
Bernard A. Barton Jr.
James B. O'Neal
Trusler Society
Thomas J. Korge
Enrichment Society
Carl A. Dengel
Jacob Fishman
John H.Jones
Marvin F. Kittrell
Jack A. Levine
R. Neal Manners
Charlton Mills
Robert A. Pierce
Ronald L. Rowland
Ralph E.Tallant Jr.

Class of 1977
Class Total: .................................. $26,702.59
N o. in C lass: ................................. .......... 40
Participation:..................................28%
Dean's Council
Philip B. Barr Jr.
Ellen B. Bellet
Hans G.Tanzler III
Enrichment Society
Patrick M.Andreotti
John J. Collins Jr.
Nathaniel L. Doliner
Bruce J. Drooks
Harry M. Eisenberg
James L. Myers
Charles P Quarterman
James A.Watson


Class of 1978
C lass Total: ............................................ $5,985
N o. in C lass: ................................. .......... 69
Participation:....................................................... 19%
Dean's Council
William A. Boyles
Trusler Society
Paul D. Fitzpatrick
Everett R. Moreland
Enrichment Society
Kathleen A. Cooper
David H. Evaul
Don H. Goode
Bradley C. Grossenburg
Frank J. Hammond III
MarkT. Higgins
James D. Pobjecky
Ronald L. Siegel
B. CaryTolley Ill
Howard L. Zoller

Class of 1979
C lass Total: ............................................ $3,000
N o. in C lass: ................................. .......... 47
Participation:....................................................... 13%
Dean's Council
John J. Scroggin
Enrichment Society
Cheryl L. Gordon
Jonathan C. Gordon
Steven C. Lee
William J. Lindsay Jr.
Robert F. O'Connell

Class of 1980
C lass Total: ............................................ $6,750
N o. in C lass: ............................................ 49
Participation:......................................22%
Dean's Council
Brian M. O'Connell
Trusler Society
Peter T Kirkwood
Enrichment Society
Alfred M. Falk
David H. Kessler
Gerald R. Kleedehn
Gary E. Lakritz
William P Lyshak
Patrick M. McCann
Charles I. Nash
Mark 0. Scioscia
Ronald A.Worley

Class of 1981
C lass Total: ............................................ $3,075
N o. in C lass: ............................................ 67
Participation:.......................................................21%
Trusler Society
Randolph J. Rush
Enrichment Society
David E. Bowers
Michael S. Hawley


PhillipW. Hegg
Paul A. Lundberg
Joseph W Mathews Jr.
Melinda M. Mathews
Patrick J. McGowan
Brian J. Pappas
Daniel C. Re
Frederick M. Robinson
Gerald F Stack
E.Allan Tiller
Anton H. Zidansek

Class of 1982
C lass Total: ............................................ $3,320
N o. in C lass: ................................. .......... 63
Participation:....................................................... 19%
Dean's Council
Michael D. Minton
Trusler Society
Patricia A.Willing
Enrichment Society
Patricia L. Burquest-Fultz
Steven R. Cole
Melvin L. Drake Jr.
Stephen B. Hatcher
Marvin A Kirsner
Gary B. Leuchtman
Sharon L. Miller
Roger J. Rovell
Alan L. Rubens
John B.Wright Jr.

Class of 1983
C lass Total: ............................................ $5,375
N o. in C lass: ................................. .......... 60
Participation:.......................... ..............23%
Dean's Council
Larry Heinkel
Enrichment Society
Michael A.Abbott
Wayne R Bryan
Kent B. Cronquist
Alan Howard Daniels
W. Lawrence Fletcher
Albert N. Graham
Michael A. Levey
Robert L. Miller
Leonard T Provenzale
Vicki L. Reeves
James R Stevens
Gregory FWilder
James B.Wiley

Class of 1984
C lass Total: ............................................ $4,475
N o. in C lass: ................................. .......... 75
Participation:....................................................... 16%
Dean's Council
Edward E. Sawyer
Enrichment Society
Steven A. Bagen
Lisa C. Berry


John A. Bobango
Lloyd V. Crawford
John M. Farris
Linda S. Griffin
Jonathan L. Hay
Rick H. McClure
Michael D. Miller
R. Dennis Tweed
Sharon A.V. Zahner

Class of 1985
Class Total: ............................................ $2,500
N o. in C lass: ................................. .......... 74
Participation:....................................................... 14%
Dean's Council
W Michael Clifford
Enrichment Society
W Paul Baumgart
Samuel R. Baxter
Alan B. Cohn
Robin K. Froug
John R lurlano
Stephen R. Looney
Richard Paladino
William R. Swindle
Guy E.Whitesman

Class of 1986
C lass Total:................................................ $800
N o. in C lass: ................................. .......... 49
Participation: ...................................... ..6%
Enrichment Society
Gregory A. McLaughlin
J. Carter Perkins
David PWebb

Class of 1987
C lass Total: ................................................ $555
N o. in C lass: ................................. .......... 63
Participation:....................................................... 14%
Enrichment Society
David L. Fish
Shawn M. Flanagan
Scott E. Hunt
Richard A. Johnson
Lisa S. Odom
Edward B. Ratcliffe
Mrs. Antonie W Walsh
Marc S.Woolf
Wilma L. Zippel

Class of 1988
C lass Total: ............................................ $ 1,600
N o. in C lass: ................................. .......... 43
Participation:................................................ 19%
Enrichment Society
Lorraine Bell
Jane D. Callahan
Bruce D.Johnson
Clifford M. King
Stephen A Lamb


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2001-02


Eric A Lustig
John A. Moran
Dirk Andrew Williams

Class of 1989
C lass Total: ............................................ $ I,130
N o. in C lass: ................................. .......... 63
Participation:.................................... I 1%
Enrichment Society
Allen Buckley
Charles L. Cooper Jr.
James W Forsyth
Vitauts M. Gulbis
Karen S. Keaton
John E. Lawlor III
Michael R. Nelson

Class of 1990
C lass Total: ............................................ $3,750
N o. in C lass: ................................. .......... 54
Participation: ...................................... ..7%
Dean's Council
A. Brian Phillips
Enrichment Society
Glenn A.Adams
Don E. Goebel
Jonathan H. Nason

Class of 1991
C lass Total: ............................................ $ 1 ,300
N o. in C lass: ................................. .......... 63
Participation: ...................................... .. 8%
Enrichment Society
Wayne A. Hamilton
Todd A. Hauss
Kristin A. Hess
Michael G. Little
Douglas Lee Salzer

Class of 1992
Class Total: ............................................ $2,500
N o. in C lass: ................................. .......... 61
Participation:....................................................... 13%
Dean's Council
Jack A.Weiss
Enrichment Society
Todd W Fennell
WWesley Marston
William G. Newsome III
Ailish C. O'Connor
Robert J.Wells
Thomas O.Wells
Grady H.Williams Jr.

Class of 1993
C lass Total: ............................................ $ 1,300
N o. in C lass: ................................. .......... 57
Participation:................... ........... 19%
Enrichment Society
Dwayne W Barrett
Debra L. Boje
R.Walton Davis III


Susan B. Hecker
Jane A. Houk
John F.Jewell
Lester B. Law
James F. McCrackin
Mrs.Tance E. Roberts
Douglas A Smith
William R Zox

Class of 1994
C lass Total: ............................................ $2,200
N o. in C lass: ................................. .......... 67
Participation:.......................................... I 5%
Dean's Council
Aaron A. Farmer
Enrichment Society
Steven J.Arsenault
Samuel A Donaldson
David E. Dreyer
GaryW. Huston
Donna L. Longhouse
Jeffrey A. Maine
Arnold R May
Neal Eugene Miller
David A. Roby Jr.

Class of 1995
C lass Total: .......................................... $510
No. in Class:............................ ........... 71
Participation: ........................................ 10%
Enrichment Society
Jock O.Anderson
Evan R. Batoff
Gregory A. Byron
Bruce R.Jacob
Peter D. Loguidice
W.Alan Pesnell
Frank M.Talbot II

Class of 1996
C lass Total: ............................................ $1,420
N o. in C lass: ............................................ 75
Participation:.................................... I 1%
Enrichment Society
David W Clark
Lisa Z. Hauser
Charles E. Hodges II
Janice H.Johnson
Lamont C. Loo
Matthew R. O'Kane
Ralph G. Pepe
Lola S. Richey

Class of 1997
C lass Total:................................................ $590
N o. in C lass: ............................................ 55
Participation:........... ........ ............. ..I 5%
Enrichment Society
Beckett G. Cantley
Charles C. Connors Jr.
David C. Holtz
David Kamer


Event Sponsorships Big Assist

G ray Harris & Robinson, P.A., based in Orlando, is one of many
firms that assists the College of Law with event sponsorship. The
firm is in its third year of involvement with the student-organized Career
Development Conference, attended by up to 200 students who learn more
about specific areas of practice and network with attorneys, firms and
agencies. Dean Jon Mills (left), student conference coordinator Chris
Garrett and Gray Harris members Judy Rydzik, Timothy Cerio '95
and Huck Harris were among those attending one of the events.


Brian R. Kennedy
Keith M. Olivia
Peter A. Schoemann
Ellen N. Sueda

Class of 1998
C lass Total: ............................................ $3,005
N o. in C lass: ................................. .......... 69
Participation:....................................................... 19%
Dean's Council
Russell T Sanders
Enrichment Society
Matthew J.Ahearn
Robert J. Barna
Daniel K. Capes
R. Scott Collins
Cristin A. Conley
Milton J. Figueroa
R.Jared Holt
Stewart L. Kasner
Myron D. Mendelowitz
Mark R. Mohler
Lester E. Riordan III
Dan C.Young

Class of 1999
C lass Total: ............................................ $1,500
N o. in C lass: .......................................... 46
Participation:............................................ 17%
Enrichment Society
John K. Eason
Barbara J. Hout
Gregory P Roney


Matthew C. Sperry
Jeffrey A. Utay
E.John Wagner II
Eddie Williams III
Andrew J. Zalewski

Class of 2000
C lass Total:................................................ $645
N o. in Class: ......................................... ... 64
Participation: ................................................ ..8%
Enrichment Society
BradleyT. Borden
James F. Loebl
Timothy F. McHugh
Lani Starkey
Robert B.White III

Class of 2001
Class Total: ..................... ........... $550
N o. in Class: ..................................... ........... 64
Participation:................................................ I %
Enrichment Society
Alton D. Bain
Edward L. Carlisle
Eric B. Cromwell II
Robert L. Lancaster
RileyW. Roby
Stephanie A. Spanhel
SaraA.Tolliver


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HERITAGE OF






o permanently honor outstanding and notable alumni of the University of
Florida Levin College of Law and their contributions to the state and the
University, the Law Center Association Board of Trustees has established the
"Heritage of Leadership" recognition society. Induction of the first


12 members will take place April 11-12 during
Reunion Weekend. Thanks to generosity of
E. C. Deeno Kitchen '67 of Tallahassee,


initial funding to create a permanent place of
recognition has been obtained. RECOGNITION SOCIETY



*IMPORTANT DATES"

MARCH 20-21 "Children, Culture and Violence"
UF Center on Children and the Law
Gainesville Sheraton
www.law.ufl.edu/centers/childlaw/conferences

MARCH 26-28 "Rhyme, Rhetoric and Race"
Center for Study of Race & Race Relations
College of Law & Reitz Union
www.law.ufl.edu/centers/csrrr/events

MARCH 27-30 "Honoring the Past, Shaping the Future"
BLSA Alumni Reunion Weekend
14th Annual Virgil Hawkins' Award Gala
http://grove.ufl.edu/-blsa


MARCH 28





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APRIL 13-14





MAY 8





JUNE 26



JULY I


Dunwody Distinguished Lecture in Law
Florida Law Review
Law School Auditorium
Review4@law.ufl.edu

Celebrating a "Heritage of Leadership"
Reunion Weekend -Alumni & Friends
Appreciation

* Biannual Meetings: LCA Board of Trustees,
Alumni Council

Spring Reunions: 5th, 10th, 25th Class Years

Orange & Blue Football Saturday

"Legal & Policy Issues in the Americas"
Center for Governmental Responsibility
UF Doubletree Hotel & Conference Center
coates@law.ufl.edu

Daytona Beach Law Alumni Reception
5:30 p.m.- 7:30 p.m.
222 Seabreeze Boulevard
Hosted by Rice Rose & Snell

Florida Bar Annual Meeting
UFLawAlumni Reception
World Center Marriott Orlando

Welcome New Dean
Robert H.Jerry II, former Dean of Kansas School
of Law and currently Floyd R. Gibson Endowed
Professor at University of Missouri School of Law,
becomes 13th dean of UF College of Law.


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MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN



I HAVE ALWAYS HAD PRIDE IN OUR

ALUMNI AND OUR HERITAGE.


Recently our newset gradu-
ates took action to support
that heritage and begin a
commitment to the future of
their college.
As you have read
elsewhere in this Report,
we average about 10-12
percent alumni contribu-
tion rate or around 1,920
of 16,000 graduates year
in and year out. We can do
better, and our new gradu-
ates are out to make that
happen.
The graduating classes
of Fall 2001 and Spring 2002
contributed and pledged
over $18,000 to give back to
many of the programs and
organizations that helped
them on their way to the suc-
cess we know they will
attain. These voluntary gifts
came before any of them
received their first paycheck
and at a time they have an
average post-graduation debt
of more than $42,000.
What an impressive
sacrifice this is. With over
33 percent of the two gradu-
ating classes contributing
the trend is set. Such vital
student activities as Florida
Law Review, Moot Court,
Trial Team and multiple
organizations will benefit
greatly. Pride in the past and
hope for the future is the
message these new alumni
are sending.
Just as these classes
have set new precedents,
our faculty and staff have


worked hard to prepare our
students for their future
careers. I would especially
like to thank Appointments
Committee Chair David
Richardson for his hard
work in continuing to
recruit and hire one of the
strongest faculties in the
country.
The fact we are able to
recruit the best says a lot for
everyone at the school. This
fiscal year 2001-02 has been
one of the best ever in terms
of faculty recruiting and hir-
ing. Environmental Law,
Children and Family Law
and Dispute Resolution
are establishing nationally
renowned programs. We
also will replace our excep-
tional Director of Libraries
Grace "Betty" Taylor with
an internationally recog-
nized new Director of
Libraries Kathleen Price -
who counts Betty as her
mentor.
The combination of
unique and innovative pro-
grams; diverse, creative
and extraordinary faculty;
and a diverse, high quality
student body demonstrate
why our rise into the Top
10 is inevitable. The col-
lege's Strategic Plan lays
out a plan to meet that
objective.We plan on an
improved student teacher
ratio, skills training,
enhanced faculty scholar-
ship and teaching, and
dynamic changes in our


institutional focus. All
of these initiatives are
underway.
I have said before that
our greatest weakness is
our facilities. The last
major upgrades and reno-
vations were about 20
years ago. The astonishing
'fundraising' success of
2001 will allow us to pro-
ceed with groundbreaking
in 2003 for a $23 million
state of the art library and
classrooms. These facilities
will match the excellence
of our faculty, staff,
students and alumni.
Each new semester
brings a greater demand to
attend our college. The
LSAT scores and grades of
the entering classes are the
highest ever. Although the
job market and economy
may be tough, the gradu-
ates of the College of Law
are doing well. Thanks to
the hard work of our
Career Services office for
helping our Class of 2001-
02 achieve a 97 percent


placement rate nine
months after graduation.
We are no longer only a
Florida college but a
national institution. The
students are being hired by
the best firms in the coun-
try and are locating
in Atlanta, New York,
Washington and beyond.
We have all the ele-
ments that lead us towards
a Top 10 college. Our new
graduates have recognized
the value of their education
and the importance of
investing in our future.
All of us as alumni
need to consider follow-
ing their example. If our
16,000 graduates match
the level of giving of our
new graduates our giving
rate will triple.
That's a nice challenge.


Dean Jon Mills





























































Consider an association with one of the nation's top law schools
- with an established international presence part of your firm's marketing
plan. Join with some of the best and brightest students, faculty and alumni as
they help move UFLaw toward the Top 10 public law schools in America.
Your ideas, involvement and financial support can help make it happen. while
providing valuable returns on your investment.


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