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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
    A word from the Dean
        Page 2
    Introduction
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
    Faculty scholarship
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
        Page 11
    Specialty areas
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        Page 13
        Page 14
    Faculty scholarship
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        Page 17
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    Back Cover
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REPORT FROM THE FACULTY
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A (Word From the Dean
"I am.both honored and proud to introduce.this Report
From the Faculty at the Levin College of Law at the
University of Florida. UF's law school has long been a very
good institution, but thanks to careful planning, hard work
by our faculty, and support from our alumni and friends, it
is getting stronger every year.
Among the most visible signs of our progress is a sub-
stantial, ongoing construction project that will renovate,
replace or build anew 150,000 square feet of academic space
at the college. Our new classroom education towers, which
opened this fall, provide our students and faculty with I I
spacious, state-of-the-art classrooms The expansion and ren-
ovation of our Legal Information Center, including our new
reading room, rare book room and new or renovated class-
rooms, will be completed next summer The challenge of
inhabiting a facility under construction has been formidable,
but we look forward to celebrating in the Fall of 2005 our
top quality .facilities and new technological capabilities
We also have undertaken a close examination of our
organizational structure and academic programs, and we are
in the process of implementing a strategic plan articulated
by the faculty that builds upon our strengths As is true at
any law school, whether we achieve our aspirations will ulti-
mately depend upon our faculty
The pages that follow showcase a highly productive and
energetic community of scholars who are known and respect-
ed for their research and law-reform efforts in both acade-
mia and the legal profession. They have organized and led
conferences this year in such diverse areas as transformative
mediation, law and technology, race and race relations, chil-
dren and families, growth management, professionalism, and


global trade Many of their books, treatises and articles are
definitive works.
No less significant has been our ability to recruit many
new, outstanding colleagues In the current year, for exam-
ple, we have welcomed to our college former New York
University Tax Program Director Paul R McDaniel, Harvard
Law School faculty member Diane M. Ring, and Mary Jane
Angelo, former senior attorney for the U S Environmental
Protection Agency in Washington, D C
I am proud of the faculty's many accomplishments, but
we aspire to accomplish much more We are pleased that
our efforts to enhance faculty recruitment, retention and
support will be assisted by newly installed University of
Florida President Bernard Machen, who has identified faculty
development as a priority for his administration.
This is an exciting time to be part of the University of
Florida Levin College of Law, but I firmly believe our best
years are in our future
Robert H Jerry, II, Dean,
Levin. Mabie and Levin Professor


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The Fredric G. Levin College of Law
m With 1,200 students, 100 full-time faculty and some 40 adjuncts,
the Levin College of Law Is the nation's 12th largest law school, ........... ... .....
with a broad and comprehensive curriculum that allows students to
focus on and demonstrate Interest In specific areas through six J.D.
certificate programs and numerous joint degree programs. The
school's strong clinical offerings provide quality experiential learning
experiences to students while delivering competent legal services to
Indigent citizens.
" The college's LL.M. and S.J.D. In Graduate Tax and LL.M. In
Comparative Law, together with Its specialized centers, Institutes
and program areas (see page 12), enhance the school's curriculum
and rich International offerings and strengthen Its ties with other
programs and scholars around the globe.
" The college and a number of Its programs particularly Graduate Tax and Environmental Law are
consistently ranked among the best In the country.
" More than 10 prospective students apply for each available seat (17.5 applied for every seat In Fall 2003 and 2004),
and recent classes are the most qualified In law school history. The quality of the student body also Is reflected In Its
activities, and student organizations such as Trial Team and Moot Court have placed at the top In regional and nation-
al competitions In recent years.
" The school's alumni and friends collaborate with faculty In new Initiatives, and have been Increasingly active In
fundralsing and participation In school events. Their help enabled the college to begin construction In 2003 on a major
expansion and renovation project (see page 17) scheduled for completion In 2005. 71









Report from the Facufty


Faculty Overview
The Levin College of Law faculty as
evidenced in the following list of significant
scholarship since 2000 have earned their
excellent reputations through years of innova-
tive research and writing and their leadership
and involvement with academic, professional
and legal organizations in this country and
abroad. Many have made a profound impact on
the legal profession as it is studied and prac-
ticed, and even in shaping policy on a global
scale.
UF law faculty also are focusing on
improving their already strong institution -
from academic programs to facilities to
better prepare students for today's legal envi-
ronment, advance legal knowledge, fulfill the
college's public service mission, and make its
collective vision of joining the nation's top law
schools a reality.
Under the leadership this year of new Dean
Robert Jerry, faculty are following a strategic
plan developed and approved in May 2002 that
is improving the student-teacher ratio, aug-
menting skills training, better supporting and
thereby enhancing faculty scholarship and
teaching, and making dynamic changes in the
school's institutional focus.
UF law's faculty is larger than that of
many schools, and frequently partners with
leading private practitioners to keep course
offerings relevant. The college's 59 full-time
and four affiliate tenured or tenure-track
faculty includes 22 (37 percent) women, and
10 (16 percent) minorities (five African-
Americans, four Latinos/as, one Native
American). In addition, 41 faculty support the
college through clinical, research, writing,
information and administrative programs, and
about 40 adjuncts teach in specialty areas and
courses such as patent and agricultural law.
Student evaluations reflect high satisfaction
with professors (overall 4.20 rating, with five
denoting "excellent"). Also:
* Most faculty members graduated from out-
standing law schools at or near the top of their
classes, and were editors or members of their
respective law reviews. More than 20 clerked at the
appellate level (half in federal court) and two for the
U.S. Supreme Court, and 35 were associates or part-
ners at law firms (15 for five years or more). More
than a dozen earned Ph.D.'s, 13 have LL.B. or
LL.M.'s, 43 hold master's degrees and seven
received Fulbright awards.


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* UF law faculty also are publishing more and in more
distinguished venues than ever before, with 61 treatises,
casebooks or similar major books in the past seven years. The
per capital rate for 2000-01 was 0.45, representing 25 books by 13
faculty. From 1996-2003, the faculty authored 264 articles in law
reviews and specialty journals published by law schools, compared
to 141 such articles in the previous self-study period -almost a 90
percent increase. Placement also improved, with 73 articles appear-
ing in reviews published at the top 50 schools in U.S. News &
World Report rankings (compared to 32 before, an increase of 130
percent). Twenty-two appeared in reviews published by the top 25
law schools in U.S. News rankings (compared to 16 previously, a
27 percent increase). Statistics now being compiled regarding
placements in top law reviews indicate that this positive trend is
continuing, with multiple placements in reviews at Harvard,
UCLA, California, Minnesota, Northwestern, Vanderbilt and
Comell, to list a few. In addition, a number of faculty are now
working on books with contracts from Harvard, Cambridge and
Chicago.

Influence Significant and Widespread
The influence of faculty at the UF College of Law reaches far
beyond campus. As teachers, they shape future professionals,
teachers, leaders and decision makers. And as researchers, scholars,
writers and activists, their work impacts the study and practice of
law, political agendas and policy making from the local to the glob-
al level. To list a few examples drawn from diverse areas:
* Associate Professor Cally Jordan was i.0.il asked by the
World Bank -at the request of the Vietnamese government -to
work on the second stage of reforms to its corporate law. Jordan
helped prepare the first business enterprise legislation introduced in
Vietnam. Its business community attributes the stunning economic
growth in Vietnam since 1999 (fourth fastest growing economy in
the world) in large part to this legislation.

* Professor Winston P. Nagan, FRSA, Samuel T. Dell Research
Scholar, affiliate professor of .oli 1, 'p.!' i, -. and founding director
of the Institute for Human Rights and Peace Development, has
served as board chairman of Amnesty International USA, and
works to enhance understanding of governance and human rights in
Africa and other countries. He facilitated creation of the Human
Rights and Peace Centre at Makerere University in Uganda, and
helps coordinate Southeastern European peace conferences.

* Stephen C. O'Connell Professor Christopher Slobogin is wide-
ly published and quoted by the media on mental health and search
and seizure issues, and was reporter for two American Bar
Association Task Forces -Non-Responsibility for Crime and
Technologically-Assisted Physical Surveillance -which produced
standards adopted by the ABA House of Delegates. He also drafted
commentary for the three Recommendations 11"'i.11 proposed by
the ABA Task Force on Mental Disability and the Death Penalty,
and is chairing the Florida Committee on Implementation of the
ABA's Moratorium on the Death Penalty. In Virginia, he drafted
legislation- i-...1 .4i.cl.11 passed -concerning evaluation of
people with mental disability who are charged with crime.

* Research and scholarship by the school's top-ranked Graduate
Tax faculty (also see page 14) continues to impact the study and
profession of tax law. The work of Professor Patricia E. Dilley, for


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Focus on Interdisciplinary -
Scholarship
UF's law school is home to one of the
country's largest concentrations of faculty
publishing in Critical Legal Studies, an
interdisciplinary approach to the law.
With the creation of the Center for the
Study of Race and Race Relations in the
late 1990s, the UF College of Law has
emerged on the forefront of Critical Legal
Studies and Critical Race Theory, with
books by six faculty Katheryn Russell-
Brown (pictured, from left), Berta
Hernandez-Truyol, Juan Perea, Michelle Jacobs, Nancy Dowd and Pedro Malavet included in New York University Press'
celebrated Critical America Series, more than any other school.
Faculty with significant scholarship in related areas also include Kenneth Nunn, Sharon Rush and Sherrie Russell-
Brown, as well as many others who study the law and how it intersects with other disciplines. Dozens of other UF law
faculty also have participated in scholarship that attempts to view law in the broader context of the social sciences and
other academic disciplines, including Paul Magnarella (Anthropology); Thomas Cotter (Intellectual Property); Jeffrey
Harrison and William Page (Economics); Cally Jordan (Finance); Alyson Flournoy (Environmental Philosophy); Elizabeth
Dale, Michael Wolf and Danaya Wright (History); Jonathan Cohen and Charles Collier (Philosophy); Robert Moffat
(Philosophy & Sociology); Barbara Noah (Medicine); Mark Fondacaro and Christopher Slobogin (Psychology); Winston Nagan
(Society & Policy Sciences); Nancy Dowd, Michelle Jacobs and Barbara Bennett Woodhouse (Families and Gender); Bill
Chamberlin and Lyrissa Lidsky (Mass Media); Michael Seigel (Pragmatism & Philosophy); and Mark Fenster, Martin
McMahon, Sharon Rush and Walter Weyrauch (Society & Culture).
The college also draws on the University of Florida's curricular strength in other ways, such as by teaming with UF
specialists on research and cross-disciplinary training, or by featuring guest presentations by UF experts. Students can
take courses in other colleges or earn joint degrees, which the college offers in nearly unsurpassed numbers. O


example, was referenced in the Virginia Tax Review as "semi-
nal in the area of Social Security tax-I i;l, .i _" and her work
is cited in leading journals and by top tax faculty nationwide.

* Professor Jeffrey Davis, as reporter for the Special
Committee on Post-Judgment Remedies of the Business
Section of The Florida Bar, was principal draftsman of
Florida's new and highly creative Judgement Lien Law, F.S.
55.200 et. seq. Davis continues to be deeply involved in refin-
ing and further developing the law. In June 2004, at the annu-
al meeting of The Florida Bar, Davis and Associate Dean for
International Studies/Professor Stuart Cohn became only the
second and third recipients ever of the Business Section's
Distinguished Lifetime Service Award.

* Center for Governmental Responsibility Director/Dean
Emeritus/Professor Jon Mills was involved with a series of
cases in the Florida Supreme Court on constitutional and pri-
vacy issues including the controversial Dale Earardt case.
He now chairs a Florida Supreme Court Committee on
Privacy and Court Records aimed at developing a uniform
statewide policy to ensure this information is filtered out of
court records before it is placed in media like the Internet and
bulk electronic access systems.

* William H. Page, Marshall M. Criser Eminent Scholar in
Electronic Communications & Administrative Law and
Associate Dean for Faculty Development, has ,.. >.., l,. studied
the role of expert economic testimony in antitrust litigation, the


effects of state antitrust class actions on consumers, the limits
that federal antitrust law places on state regulation, and legacy of
the Microsoft antitrust case.

* Research on legal dimensions of apology by Associate
Professor Jonathan R. Cohen, Associate Director of the
Institute for Dispute Resolution, helped lead to new eviden-
tiary rules in a number of states including Florida
which previously excluded apologies (in medical malpractice
actions) and expressions of i'p."1li (in civil actions general-
ly) from admissibility into evidence.

* Faculty have been involved, pro bono, in scores of
international, national, state and local endeavors -
including the American Bar Association and Association
of American Law Schools. Since 1996, faculty have served
as chairs of the ABA Committee on Teaching Taxation (Tax
Section), Antitrust Committee (Administrative Law Section)
and Ad Hoc Committee on Law School Outreach (Criminal
Justice Section); co- or vice chair of the International Law
Section, Food & Drug Law Committee (Administrative Law
& Regulation Practice Section) and Committee on
Negotiation (Section on Dispute Resolution); and as members
of many other committees and task forces. They also chaired
AALS sections on Criminal Justice, Jewish Law, Property,
Socioeconomics and the Law, and Tax, and served on others.

Note: Also see recent faculty accomplishments under
"Specialty Areas," beginning page 12. O


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Taculty Scholarship

Significant faculty scholarship, 2000 to date. Compiled byAssociate Dean for Faculy Development William Page.
Complete faculty publication lists and resumes are online at www.law.ufl.du/faculy/.


THOMAS T. ANKERSEN
Director, Conservation
Clinic and Costa Rica
Law Program; Legal
Skills Professor
m "Bioregional and
Conservation Planning on
Costa Rica's Osa
Peninsula," Futures J (forthcoming 2004)
(with Steven A. Mack). m "Inside the
Polygon: Emerging Community Tenure
Systems and Forest Resource Extraction,"
Working Forests in the Tropics: Conservation
through Sustainable Management (Columbia
Press, 2004) (Zarin & Schmink, eds.) (with
Grenville Barnes). m "Applying Clinical
Legal Education to Community Smart
Growth: The University of Florida
Conservation Clinic," University Efforts to
Encourage Smart Growth (Lincoln Institute
for Land Policy, 2004) (Knaap & Wiewel,
eds.) (with Nicole Kibert). m "Shared
Knowledge, Shared Jurisprudence: Learning
to Speak Environmental Creole (Criollo)," 16
Tulane Envt'l L. J 807 (2003).

FLETCHER N.
BALDWIN, JR.
Chesterfield Smith
Professor; Honorary
Fellow, Institute for
Advanced Legal Studies,
University of London;
Director, Center for
International Financial Crime Studies;
Professeur au Centre de Droit du
l'Entreprise, Montrpellier I
* "The Rule of Law, Terrorism, and
Countermeasures, Including the USA Patriot
Act of 2001," 16 Fla. J Int'lL. 43 (2004).
* "The Rule of Law, Human Rights and
Proportionality as Components of the War
Against Terrorism: Is the USA Judiciary in
Self-Imposed Exile?" 7 J Money Laundering
Control 218 (2004) (Univ. of London, Henry
Stewart Pub'l.). m "Terrorism and the USA
Patriot Act 2001 -An Analysis," Money
Laundering, Asset Forfeiture, and Financial
Crimes (Oceana Publications, Inc., 2004).
* "Le terrorism et les measures de r6torsion
incluant le USA Patriot Act de 2001," La
Semaine Juridique, Entreprise et i
(2003). m "USA Patriot Act of 2001 -An
Analysis," Money Laundering, Asset
Forfeiture, and Financial Crimes (Oceana
Publications, Inc., 2002). "Money
Laundering Countermeasures with Primary
Focus Upon Terrorism and the USA Patriot
Act 2001," 6 J Money Laundering Control
105 (2002). m "Organized Crime, Terrorism


and Money Laundering in the Americas," 15
Fla. J Int'lL. 3 (2002). m "E-Commerce,
Privacy and Financial Crimes: Threat or
Hype, Self-Preservation or Erosion of
Constitutional and Human Rights?,"
Cybercrime and Security (Oceana
Publications, Inc., 2001). m "Observations
Concerning the Proposed Civil Asset
Forfeiture Reform Act 2000," International
Money Laundering, Asset Forfeiture, and
Financial Crimes (Oceana Publications, Inc.,
2001). m "E-Commerce and Financial
Crimes," Money Laundering, Asset
Forfeiture, and Financial Crimes (Oceana
Publications, Inc., 2001). m "United States
and Civil in Rem Forfeiture: The History and
Its Ancient Roots," 3 J Money Laundering
Control 204 (2000). m "Organized Crime in
the Americas and Transnationally," 13 Fla. J
Int'lL. 79 (2000).

DENNIS A. CALFEE
Alumni Research Scholar,
Professor
m Federal Estate and Gift
Taxation and accompanying
Instructor's Manual and
Study Problems (Warren,
Gorham & Lamont, 8th ed.,
2002) (with Richard B. Stephens, Guy B.
Maxfield, Stephen A. Lind and Robert B.
Smith).

SJONATHAN R. COHEN
Associate Professor;
Associate Director,
Institute for Dispute
Resolution
"Future Research on
Disclosure of Medical
Errors," 141 Annals of
Internal Medicine 481 (Sept. 21, 2004).
* "In God's Garden: Creation and Cloning
in Jewish Thought," The Human Cloning
Debate (4th and 3rd ed., Berkeley Hills
Books, 2004 & 2002) (Glenn McGee &
Arthur Caplan, eds.). m "The Immorality of
Denial," Tulane L. Rev (forthcoming 2004).
m "A Taxonomy of Dispute Resolution
Ethics," Handbook ofDispute Resolution
(Robert Bordone & Michael Moffitt, eds.)
(forthcoming 2004). m "Toward Candor after
Medical Error: The First Apology Law," 5
Harvard Health Policy Rev 1, 21 (Spring
2004). m "The Ethics of Respect in
Negotiation," What's Fair: Ethics for
Negotiators 257 (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass,
2004) (Carrie Menkel-Meadow & Michael
Wheeler, eds.). m "Let's Put Ourselves Out of
Business: On Respect, Responsibility and


Dialogue in Dispute Resolution," 108 Penn
State L. Rev 227 (2003). m "Adversaries?
Partners? How about Counterparts? On
Metaphors in the Practice and Teaching of
Negotiation and Dispute Resolution," 20
Conflict Resolution Quarterly 433 (Summer
2003). m "The Ethics of Respect in
Negotiation," 18 Negotiation J 2 (2002). m
"Legislating Apology: The Pros and Cons,"
70 U Cinn. L. Rev. 3 (2002). m "When
People Are the Means: Negotiating with
Respect," 14 Geo. J Legal Ethics 739
(2001). m '"..i'.l and Organizations:
Exploring an Example from Medical
Practice," 27 Fordham U L. J 1447 (2000).

STUART R. COHN
Associate Dean for
International Studies;
Professor; Gerald A.
Sohn Scholar; Director of
International and
Comparative Law
Certificate Program
* "The Non-Merger Virtual Merger: Is
Corporate Law Ready For Virtual Reality?,"
29 Del. J Corp. L. 1 (2004). m "Poland and
United States Business Laws: A Commentary
on Differing Historical and Doctrinal Bases,"
3 Warsaw U L. Rev 20 (2004). "Capital
Market Development and Regulation,"
United Nations Inst. for Training and Res.,
(online course, Feb. 2004). m Florida
Business Laws Annotated: Commentary,
Cases and Forms (2003-04 ed.). m Securities
Counseling for New and Developing
Countries (Westgroup, 2003 and 2002 eds.).
* "The Development of Micro-Cap
Securities Markets," Sub-Saharan Africa:
New Approaches to Fostering Enterprise
Growth (U.N. Institute for Training and
Research, 2002). m "Confidence Building in
Sub-Saharan Stock Markets," Capital Market
Development: The Road Ahead (U.N.
Institute for Training and Research, 2000).

CHARLES W. COLLIER
Professor; Affiliate
Professor of Philosophy
S"Affirmative Action and
the Decline of Intellectual
Culture," 54 J Legal Educ.
S (2004). m "The Harsh
Judgment of History: The
Terrorist Worldview and Intellectual Values,"
50:1 Dissent 62 (2003). m "The Wrath of
History," 12 The Responsive Community 57
(2002). m "Hate Speech and the Mind-Body
Problem: A Critique of Postmodern
Censorship Theory," 7 Legal Theory 203


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Faculty Take Priority With New University of
Florida President J. Bernard Machen
University of Florida President Dr. James Bernard Machen
announced an initiative this August designed to increase the number
of faculty, and bolster faculty salaries and research dollars. The UF
Faculty Challenge aims to raise $150 million to give faculty the tools
they need to enhance classroom instruction and conduct world-class
research. The Challenge is part of a plan to make UF one of the
nation's premier research universities.
"In order for the University of Florida to reach its potential, we
must find ways to do a better job supporting our faculty," Machen
said. "The purpose of this initiative is to build an endowment to provide for
competitive salaries, so the university can attract and retain the best and
brightest faculty and give them the tools they need to excel."
By appealing to donors to support the challenge, the university intends to
provide more discretionary funds for faculty research, which could be used for
equipment, studies or stipends for student research assistants. Gifts to the
Challenge of $100,000 or more are eligible for state matching funds. In an effort
to garner more support, for every gift of $1 million or more, Machen has pledged
to add $250,000 from a discretionary fund of private donations specifically for
the Faculty Challenge. These additions will follow state matching funds and will
continue until the fund is exhausted.
The University of Florida Board of Trustees unanimously elected Machen as
the university's I Ith president Oct. 8, 2003. Dr. Machen, who previously served
as president of the University of Utah, assumed his new position Jan. 5, and
quickly identified recruitment and retention of quality faculty members as a top priority.
Prior to Utah, Dr. Machen was provost and vice president for academic affairs and dean of the School of Dentistry at
the University of Michigan; assistant and associate dean in the School of Dentistry at the University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill; and associate professor and professor at UNC-Chapel Hill. He attended Vanderbilt University and received his
doctor of dental surgery degree from St. Louis University. He also has a master's in pediatric dentistry and doctorate in
educational psychology, both from the University of Iowa. He is a diplomat of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry,
was president of the American Association of Dental Schools, and served on the Board of Trustees of the 2002 Salt Lake
Olympic Committee. O


(2001). m Basic Themes in Law and
Jurisprudence (Anderson Publishing, 2000).
* "Law As Interpretation," 76 Chic.-Kent L.
Rev 779 (2000).


UF Research Foundation
Professor; Director of
Intellectual Property Law
Program
f "Accommodating the
Unauthorized Use of
Copyrighted Works for
Religious Purposes Under the Fair Use
Doctrine and Copyright Act Section," 110
(3), 22 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment L. J
43 (2004). m Intellectual Property Economic
and Legal Dimensions of Rights and
Remedies (Cambridge University Press,
forthcoming 2004) (with Roger D. Blair). m
"An Economic Analysis of Enhanced
Damages and Attorneys' Fees for Willful
Patent Infringement," 14 Federal Circuit Bar
J (forthcoming 2004). m "Antitrust
Implications of Patent Settlements Involving
Reverse Payments: Defending a Rebuttable
Presumption of Illegality in Light of Some
Recent Scholarship," 71 Antitrust L. J 1069
(2004). m "Market Fundamentalism and the
TRIPs Agreement," 21 Cardozo Arts & Ent.
L. J (forthcoming 2004). m "Law,


Economics, and Intellectual Property," (Book
Review of William M. Landes & Richard A.
Posner, The Economic Structure of
Intellectual Property Law,
Antitrustsource.com (March 2004). m
"Gutenberg's Legacy: Copyright,
Censorship, and Religious Pluralism," 91
Cal. L. Rev 323 (2003). "Prolegomenon to
a Memetic Theory of Copyright: Comments
on Lawrence Lessig's The Creative
Commons," 55 Fla. L. Rev 779 (2003). m
"Refining the 'Presumptive Illegality'
Approach to Patent Settlements Involving
Reverse Payments: A Comment on
Hovenkamp, Janis, and Lemley," 87 Minn. L.
Rev 1789 (2003). m "Written on the Body:
Intellectual Property Rights in Tattoos,
Makeup, and Other Body Art," 10 UCLA
Ent. L. Rev 97 (2003) (with Angela M.
Mirabole). m "Strict Liability and Its
Alternatives in Patent Law," 17
Tech. L. J 799 (2002) (with Roger D. Blair).
* "Introduction to Symposium on
Intellectual Property, Development, and
Human Rights," 14 Fla. J of Int'lL. 147
(2002). m "Are Settlements of
Pharmaceutical Patent Disputes Illegal Per
Se?," 47 Antitrust Bull. 491 (2002) (with
Roger D. Blair). m "Rethinking Patent
Damages," 10 Tex. Intell. Prop. L. J 1
(2001) (with Roger D. Blair). m "The Elusive


Logic of Standing Doctrine in Intellectual
Property Law," 74 Tul. L. Rev 1323 (2000)
(with Roger D. Blair). "Pragmatism"
(Update), in 4 Encyclopedia of the American
Constitution Supplement 1983 (2d ed. 2000)
(Leonard W. Levy & Kenneth J. Karst, eds.).

JEFFREY DAVIS
Professor; Gerald A.
Sohn Scholar
U "Ending the Nonsense:
The In Pari Delicto
Doctrine Has Nothing To
Do With What is Section
541 Property of the
Bankruptcy Estate," Emory i .- -
Developments J (forthcoming 2005). m
"Fixing Florida's Execution Lien Law, Part
Two: Florida's New Judgment Lien on
Personal Property," 54 Fla. L. Rev 119
(2002).

SPATRICIA E. DILLEY
Professor
m "Leverage, Linkage, and
Leakage: Problems with
the Private Pension System
and How They Should
Inform the Social Security
Reform Debate," 58 Wash.
& Lee L. Rev. 1369 (2001). m "Taking Public


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Rights Private: The Rhetoric and Reality of
Social Security Privatization," 41 B. C L.
Rev. 975 (2000). m "Breaking the Glass
Slipper: Reflections on the Self-Employment
Tax," 54 The Tax Lawyer 65 (2000).

NANCY E. DOWD
Chesterfield Smith
Professor; Co-Director,
Center on Children and
Families
"Race, Gender, and
Work/Family Policy," 15
Washington Univ J ofL.
& Policy 219 (2004) (Symposium Issue, The
Tenth Anniversary of the Family and
Medical Leave Act). m Book Review, Sandra
Berns, Women Going Backwards: Law and
Change in a Family L Society,
12 ( ** L. Rev. 149 (2003). m
"Law, Culture and Family: The
Transformative Power of Culture and the
Limits of Law," 78 Chicago-Kent L. Rev. 785
(2003). m Single Parent Adoption," Families
by Law: Adoption Reader (New York
University Press, 2003) (Naomi Cahn and
Joan H. Hollinger eds.). m "From Genes,
Marriage and Money to Nurture: Redefining
Fatherhood," 10 Cardozo Women s L. J 132
(2003). m "Diversity Matters: Race, Gender,
and Ethnicity in Legal Education," 15 U
Fla. J L. & Pub. Pol'y 11 (2002) (with
Kenneth Nunn & Jane Pendergrast). m
Feminist Legal Theory: An Anti-Essentialist
Reader (ed., NYU Press, 2002) (with
Michelle Jacobs). m "In Defense of Single-
Parent Families," Feminist Legal Theory: An
Anti-Essentialist Reader (NYU Press, 2002).
* "Gender and Law," The Oxford Companion
to American Law 325 (Oxford University
Press 2002) (K. Hall, ed.). u "2001 Annual
International Survey of Family Law: United
States," 16 Int'l J L., Society & Family 439
(2002). m Redefining Fatherhood (NYU
Press, 2000). m "Resisting Essentialism and
Hierarchy: A Critique of Work/Family
Policies for Women Lawyers," 16 Har.
Blackletter L. J 185 (2000). m Symposium,
"Unbending Gender: Why Family and Work
Conflict and What to Do About It," Panel
Two: "Who's Minding the Baby?," 49 Amer.
Univ L. Rev. 901 (2000).

MARK A. FENSTER
Associate Professor
"Taking Formalism,
Regulatory Formulas:
Exactions and the
Consequences of Clarity,"
92 Cal L. Rev (2004).
"The Symbols of
Governance: Thurman Arnold After Legal
Realism," 51 Buff L. Rev. 1053 (2003).


JOAN D. FLOCKS
Director, Social Policy
Division, Center for
Governmental
Responsibility; Associate
Director, Center on
Children and Families
"iViva Mexico! Mexican
Independence Day Festivals in Central
Florida," Southern Heritage on Display
(University of Alabama Press, 2003) (with C.
Ray, P. Monaghan, eds.). m "Collaborative
Research with Farmworkers in
Environmental Justice," Practicing
Anthropology 25(1): 6 (2003) (with P
Monaghan). "Community-Based Social
Marketing: Involvement in Health
Programs," 33 J Community Development
Soc'y 1 (2002) (with F. L. Farmer, L. L.
Clarke, C.A. Bryant, C. S. Romund and S.L.
Albrecht).

ALYSON CRAIG
FLOURNOY
Director, Environmental
and Land Use Law
Program; Professor
"Section 404 at Thirty-
Something: A Program in
Search of a Policy," 55
Alabama L. Rev 607 (2004). m "Wetlands
Regulation at 30: A Program in Search of a
Policy," Ala. L. Rev (2004). m "Building an
Environmental Ethic from the Ground Up,"
37 U C Davis L. Rev 54 (2003) and 27
Environs Env'tl L. and Policy J 53 (2003). .
"Environmental Ethics and Environmental
Law Scholarship," The Jurisdynamics of
Environmental Protection: Change and the
Pragmatic Voice in Environmental Law
(2003). u "In Search of an Environmental
Ethic," 28 Colum J Envt'l L. 63 (2002). .
"Restoration Rx: An Evaluation and
Prescription," 42 Ariz. L. Rev 187 (2000).

MICHAEL K. FRIEL
Associate Dean and
Director, Graduate Tax
Program; Professor
m Taxation ofIndividual
Income (LexisNexis, 7th
ed., 2004) (with Martin
Burke). m Moder Estate
Planning (LexisNexis 2000-2001, 2nd. ed.,
2002) (with Martin Burke and Elaine
Gagliardi). m Understanding Federal Income
Taxation (LexisNexis, 2001) (with Martin
Burke).


MICHAEL W. GORDON
Chesterfield Smith
Professor
m International Business
Transactions. A Problem
Oriented Coursebook, with
Documents Supplement
and Teacher's Manual, 7th
and 6th eds. (with Folsom & Spanogle,
Westgroup 2004 and 2003). m NAFTA: A
Problem-Oriented Coursebook, with
Documents Supplement and Teacher's
Manual, 2nd ed. (with Folsom, Lopez &
Gantz, Westgroup, forthcoming late 2004/
early 2005). m International Civil Dispute
Resolution: A Problem-Oriented
Coursebook, with Documents Supplement
and Teacher's Manual (Westgroup, 2004)
(with Baldwin, Brand & Epstein. m
International Business Transactions in a
Nutshell, 7th ed. (with Folsom & Spanogle,
Westgroup, 2004). m International Trade &
Investment in a Nutshell, 3rd ed. (West
Group 2004) (with Folsom & Spanogle). m
Concise Hornbook on International Business
(Westgroup, forthcoming early 2005) (with
Folsom & Spanogle). m "North American
Integration," 2004 Encyclopedia of Law &
Society: American & Global Perspectives. m
"Some Observations on Procedural Tactics in
Cross-Border Tort Litigation," 14 Revista
Mexicana de Derecho Internacional Privado
y Comparado 43 (2003). m International
Civil Dispute Resolution: A Problem
Oriented Coursebook, with accompanying
Supplement and Teacher's Manual
(Westgroup 2003) (with Baldwin, Brand &
Epstein). m "A Civil Justice Reform in the
Americas: Lessons from Spain, Brazil,
Guatemala and Mexico," 16 Fla. J Int'lL. 1
(2003). "Thinking About Cuba: Post-
Castro Cuba Began a Decade Ago," 15 Fla.
J Int'lL. 311 (2003). m Panel Discussion
"Money Laundering, Cybercrime and
Currency Manipulation," 11 United States-
Mexico L. J 220 (2003). m "Legal Cultures
of Latin America and the United States:
Conflict or Merger," 55 Fla. L. Rev. 115
(2003). m International Business
Transactions: Cases and Materials
(Westgroup, 5th ed., 2002) (with Ralph H.
Folsom & John A Spanogle). m "Common
Law," Legal Systems of the World (ABC-
CLIO 2002, Herbert M. Krtizer ed.). m
"Professor Pedro Buys a Book: Mexico, the
United States and E-Commerce" (panel
discussion), 10 US.-Mexico L. J (2002). .
International Business Transactions
Hornbook (Westgroup, 2d. ed., 2001) (with
Ralph H. Folsom & John A. Spanogle). m
"Review of Jorges Vargas, Mexican Law: A
Treatise for Legal Practitioners and
International Investors," 32 U Miami Inter-
Am. L. Rev 361 (2001). m Panel Discussion:


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"Mexican Lawyers Going North and U.S.
Lawyers Going South: Interstate Legal
Practice, NAFTA and U.S. State Bar
Regulations" 9 US.-Mexico L. J 189 (2001).
m "Corporation Law," Introduction to the
Law in the United States (Kluwer, 2nd ed.,
2001) (David S. Clark & Tugrul Ansay eds.).
* International Business Transactions in a
Nutshell (Westgroup, 6th ed., 2000) (with
Ralph F. Folsom & John A. Spanogle) (trans-
lated into Russian, Serbian, Bosnian and
Croatian). m International Trade and
Investment in a Nutshell (Westgroup, 2nd ed.,
2000) (with Ralph F. Folsom and John A.
Spanogle). m "NAFTA Dispute Resolution as
a Method of Avoiding National Courts,"
Symposium Edition, 13 Fla. J Int'lL. 16
(2000). m NAFTA: A Problem-Oriented
Casebook (Westgroup, 2000) (with Ralph H.
Folsom & David Lopez). m Handbook of
NAFTA Dispute Resolution (Two volumes,
Transnational Publishers, 2000) (with Ralph
H. Folsom & John A. Spanogle). m "NAFTA
and Financial Dispute Resolution," Non-
Judicial Dispute Settlement in International
Financial Transactions (Kluwer, 2000)
(Norbert Horn & Joseph Norton eds.). m
Panel Discussion: "Product Liability Claims
on Both Sides of the Border," 8 US.-Mexico
L. J 123 (2000). m "Forms of Dispute
Resolution in the North American Free Trade
Agreement," 13 Fla. J Int'lL. 16 (2000).

WAYNE 0. HANEWICZ
Assistant Professor
"When Silence is Golden:
Why the Business
Judgment Rule Should
Apply to No-Shops in
Stock-For-Stock Merger
Agreements," 28 J Corp.
L. 205 (2003).

BERTA ESPERANZA
HERNANDEZ-TRUYOL
Levin Mabie and Levin
Professor; Associate
Director, Center on
Children and Families
"Law and Culture: A
Cross-Constitutive
Paradigm," Albany L. Rev (forthcoming
2004). m "Las Olvidadas: Gendered in
Justice/Gendered Injustice -Latinas,
Fronteras, and the Law," A Reader on Race,
Civil Rights, and American Law: A
Multiracial Approach 612 (Timothy Davis,
Kevin Johnson, and George Martinez, eds.,
Carolina Academic Press 2001) (with
excerpts from 1 J of Gender Race and
Justice 353 [1998]). m "Latina
Multidimensionality and LatCrit
Possibilities: Culture, Gender, and Sex," A
Reader on Race, Civil Rights, and American


Law: A Multiracial Approach 689 (Timothy
Davis, Kevin Johnson, and George Martinez,
eds., Carolina Academic Press 2001) (with
excerpts from 53 U Miami L. Rev. 811
[1999]). m "Traveling the Boundaries of
Statelessness: Global Passports and
Citizenship," Cleveland State L. Rev (forth-
coming 2004) (with Matthew Hawk). m
"Globalized Citizenship: Sovereignty,
Security, and Soul," Law and Globalization
From Below (Boaventura de Sousa Santos &
Cesar Rodriguez eds., 2004). m "Cuban
Democracy Act of 1992," Encyclopedia of
Latinos and Latinas in the United States
(2004). m "Platt Amendment," Encyclopedia
of Latinos and Latinas in the United States
(2004). m "The Rule of Law and Human
Rights," Fla. J Int'l L. (2004). m "Familias
Sin Fronteras: Mujeres Unidas por su
Historia," 15 Fla. J Int'lL. 321 (2003).
* "Building Bridges V -Cubans Without
Borders: Mujeres Unidas por su Historia," 55
Fla. L. Rev 225 (2003). "Glocalizing
Terror," 81 Or L. R. 941 (2002). m "Cuban
Economic Relations, Proceedings of the
Third Annual Legal & Policy Issues in the
Americas Conference," 15 Fla. J Int'l L. 94
(2002). m Moral Imperialism. A Critical
Anthology (ed., NYU Press 2002). m "Both
Work and Violence: Prostitution and Human
Rights," Moral Imperialism: A Critical
Anthology 183 (ed., NYU Press, 2002) (with
Jane Larson). m "Human Rights,
Globalization, and Culture: Centering
Personhood in International Narrative,"
Moral Imperialism: A Critical Anthology 353
(ed., NYU Press 2002). m "Latinas
Everywhere Alien: Culture, Gender, and
Sex," Critical Race Feminism: A Reader
(NYU Press, 2d ed., 2002, Adrienne Wing,
ed.). m "Out of the Shadows: Traversing the
Imaginary of Sameness, Difference, and
Relationalism -A Human Rights Proposal,"
17 Wisc. Women's L. J 111 (2002). m "Latina
Women of the Americas: Race, Gender,
Ethnicity and Interdependent Human Rights,"
Race, Ethnicity, Gender and Human Rights
in the Americas: A New Paradigm for
Activism 85 (American University Press
2001, Celina Romany, ed.). m "Crossing
Borderlands of Inequality with International
Legal Methodologies -The Promise of
Multiple Feminisms," 44 German Yearbook
of Int'lL. 113 (2001). m "Breaking Cycles of
Inequality: Critical Theory, Human Rights
and Family," Justice in Critical Race Theory:
Histories, Crossroads, Directions (Temple U.
Press, 2001, Jerome McCristal Culp, Jr.,
Angela P. Harris & Francisco Vald6s, eds.).
* "Building Bridges IV: Of Cultures, Colors,
and Clashes -Capturing the International in
Delgado's Chronicles," 4 Har. Latino L.
Rev. 115 (2001). m "On Becoming the Other:
Cubans, Castro and Elian," 78 Den. U L.


Rev. 687 (2001). m "Latinas, Culture and
Human Rights: A Model for Making Change,
Saving Soul," 23 Women's Rts. L. Rep. 21
(2001). 'l,.... De Las Amricas
Race, Gender, Ethnicity and Interdependent
Human Rights," Women, Race, Ethnicity, and
Int'l Human Rights: Intersection in the
Americas (Ford Foundation, 2001). m
"Property, Wealth, Inequality and Human
Rights," 34 Ind. L. J 1213 (2001). m
Afterword: "Back to the Future -Law and
Status in the 21st Century: Straightness as
Property," 12 U Fla. J L. & Pub. Pol'y 71
(2001) (with Shelbi D. Day). "Law,
Culture, and Equality: Human Rights'
Influence on Domestic Norms: The Case of
Women in the Americas," 13 Fla. J Int'l L.
33 (2000). "Foreword: Culture, Nation-
hood, and the Human Rights Ideal" (with
Sharon I. .I. :i I'., 1.1 33 U Mich. J L.
Reform 233 _'""' 5 Mich. J Race & L. 817
(2000). m "Nativism, Terrorism, and Human
Rights -The Global Wrongs of Reno V.
American-Arab Anti-Discrimination
Committee," 31 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev
521 (2000). m Book Review: "Gender
Politics in Global Governance," (Mary K.
Meyer and Elisabeth Prfigl eds.), 94 Am. J
Int'l L. 209 (2000). m "Latindia II
Latinas/Os, Natives, and Mestizajes: A
Latcrit Navigation of Nuevos Mundos,
Nuevas Fronteras, and Nuevas Teories," 33
U C Davis L. Rev 851 (2000). m
"Feminismes Sans FrontiBres: The Cuban
Challenge -Women, Equality, and Culture,"
Global Feminism (NYU Press, 2000, A.
Wing, ed.).

RICHARD H. HIERS
Affiliate Professor,
Professor of Religion
"Institutional Academic
Freedom: A Constitutional
Misconception. Did Grutter
v. Bollinger Perpetuate the
Confusion," 30 J of College
& Univ L. 531 (2004). m "The Death Penalty
and Due Process in Biblical Law," Detroit
Mercy L. Rev. (forthcoming 2004). m
"Biblical Social Welfare Legislation," 17 J
ofL. and Religion 49 (2002). m Book
Review, "The Spirit of Biblical Law," 1
Wash. U Global Studies L. Rev 537 (2002).
* "Institutional Academic Freedom vs.
Faculty Academic Freedom in Public
Colleges and Universities: A Dubious
Dichotomy," 29 J College & Univ L. 35
(2002). m "Reverence for Life and
Environmental Ethics in Biblical Law and
Covenant," Forum on Religion and Ecology
(2001). m The Trinity Guide to the Bible
(Trinity Press International, 2001).


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THOMAS R. HURST
Professor, Samuel T. Dell
Research Scholar
m "Coaches' Liability for
Athletes Injuries and
Deaths," 13 Seton Hall U
J Sport L. 27 (2003) (with
James Knight). m Cases
and Materials on Unincorporated Business
Associations (Westgroup, 2nd ed., 2002)
(with William A. Gregory). m "Securities
Fraud and the Internet: Adopting Existing
Regulatory Schemes to Regulation in
Cyberspace," 8 J Financial Crime 226
(2001). m "Payment of Student Athletes:
Legal and Practical Obstacles," 7 Vill. Sports
& Ent't L. J 55 (2000). m "Teaching Limited
Liability Companies in the Basic Business
Associations Course," 34 Ga. L. Rev 773
(2000).

JEROLD H. ISRAEL
Ed Rood Eminent
Scholar in Trial Advocacy
and Procedure
White Collar Crime in a
Nutshell, 3rd ed.
(Westgroup, 2004) (with
Podgor). m Principles of
Criminal Procedure. Investigation
(Westgroup, 2004) (with Wayne LaFave &
Nancy King). m Principles of Criminal
Procedure: Post-Investigation (Westgroup,
2004) (with Wayne LaFave and Nancy
King). m "Seven Habits of a Highly Effective
Scholar," 102 Mich. L. Rev (No. 8, 2004). m
Criminal Procedure and the Constitution,
2004 ed. (Westgroup, 1999-2004 eds.) (with
Yale Kamisar & Wayne LaFave). m Criminal
Procedure Hornbook (Westgroup, 4th & 3d.
eds., 2004 & 2000) (with Wayne Lafave &
Nancy King). m White Collar Crime: Law
and Practice, 2nd ed. (Westgroup, 2003)
(with Borman, Henning & Podgor). m
Statutory and Documentary Supplement to
White Collar Crime (Westgroup, 2003) (with
Borman, Henning & Podgor). m Moder
Criminal Procedure (Westgroup, 10th & 9th
eds., 2002 & 1999) (with Yale Kamisar,
Wayne LaFave and Nancy King). m "Grand
Jury," 2 Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice
737 (Westgroup, 2002, Joshua Dressier, ed).
* "Free-Standing Due Process and Criminal
Procedure: The Supreme Court's Search for
Interpretive Guidelines," 45 St. Louis U L. J
303 (2001). m Criminal Procedure in a
Nutshell: Constitutional Limitations
(Westgroup, 6th ed., 2001) (with Wayne
Lafave). m Criminal Procedure Treatise
(Westgroup, 2d ed., 2000) (with Wayne
Lafave & Nancy King).


MICHELLE S. JACOBS
Professor
Book review, "Piercing
the Prison Uniform of
Divisibility for Black
Female Inmates," 94 J
Crime & Criminology 101
(forthcoming 2004). m
Feminist Legal Theory. An Anti-Essentialist
Reader (NYU Press, 2002) (ed., with Nancy
E. Dowd). m "Requiring Battered Women
Die: Murder Liability for Mothers Under
Failure to Protect Statutes," Feminist Legal
Theory. An Anti-Essentialist Reader (NYU
Press, 2002). m "Full Legal Representation
for the Poor: The Clash Between Lawyer
Values and Client Worthiness," 44 How. L. J
257 (2001).

ROBERT H. JERRY, II
Dean; Levin Mabie and
Levin Professor
c "A Brief Exploration of
Space: Some Observations
on Law School






William J. Tumier, eds.). m "The Insurance
Aspects of Damages," 2004 J of Dispute
Resolution 107 (with Douglas R. Richmond).
* "Antitrust Implications of Insurers'
Collaborative Standard Setting," Genetics
and Life Insurance: Medical Underwriting
and Social Policy, 195 (Mark A. Rothstein,
ed., MIT Press 2004). m "The Antitrust
Implications of Collaborative Standard
Setting by Insurers Regarding the Use of
Genetic Information in Life Insurance
Underwriting," 9 Connecticut Insurance. L.
J 397 (2003). m Understanding Insurance
Law XXXI, 1171 (3rd. ed.) (Lexis
Publishing, Inc., 2002). Insurance Law:
Cases and Materials, 3rd. ed. (Lexis
Publishing, Inc., 2001) (with Roger C.
Henderson). m "Insurance," Oxford
Companion to American Law (New York:
Oxford University Press, 2002) (Kermit L.
Hall et al., eds.). m "Insurance, Terrorism
and 9/11: Reflections on Three Threshold
Questions," 9 Connecticut Insurance L. J 95
(2002). m "May Harvey Rest in Peace: Lakin
v. Postal Life & Casualty Insurance
Company," 2 Nevada L. J 292 (2002).
"Insurance, Terrorism, and 9/11," TortSource
1, 6 (Vol. 5, No. 2, Winter 2003). m
"Cybercoverage for Cyber-Risks: Overview
of Insurers' Responses to the Perils of E-
Commerce," 8 Connecticut Insurance L. J 7
(2001) (with Michele L. Mekel). m "Teaching
Torts Without Insurance: A Second-Best
Solution," 45 St. Louis Uni L. Rev. 857


(2001) (with David A. Fischer). m "The
Insurer's Right to Reimbursement of Defense
Costs," 42 Arizona L. Rev. 13 (2000)
(reprinted at 50 Defense L. J 699 (2001).

CLIFFORD A. JONES
Visiting Lecturer, Center
for Governmental
Responsibility
Book review, C. Harding
and J. Joshua, Regulating
Cartels in Europe: A Study
of Legal Control of
Corporate Delinquency (Oxford Press,
2003), "Sleeping With the Enemy: Tales of
Yankee Power, Globalization, and the
Transformation of Economy by Cartel in the
European Union," 36 Geo. Washington Univ.
Int'l L. Rev (in press, 2004). m "Foreign
Plaintiffs, Vitamins, and the Sherman
Antitrust Act After Empagran," (7/8) Eur L.
Reporter 270 (2004). m Competition Policy in
the Global Trading System (M. Matsushita,
eds., The Hague: Kluwer International 2002).
* "Private Competition Law Enforcement in
Europe: A Growth Market," (C. Bauden-
bacher, ed.) Neueste Entwicklungen Im
Europiischen Und Internationalen
Kartellrecht Elftes St. Galler
Internationales Kartellrechtsforum 2004.
(Newest Developments In European And
International Competition Law Eleventh
St. Gallen International Competition Law
Forum (2004.) m "The New U.S. Campaign
Regulations and Political Advertising," J of
Political Marketing, 3 (3) (2004) (with L.L.
Kaid). m "Regulating Political Advertising in
the EU and USA: A Human Rights
Perspective," 4 (3) J Public i 244
(2004). m "Exporting Antitrust Courtrooms to
the World: Private Enforcement in a Global
Antitrust Environment," 16 Loyola Consumer
L. Rev, 409 (2004). m "After McConnell:
Candidate Advertising and Campaign
Reform," Political Communication Report,"
14 (Spring, 2004), 1 (with L.L. Kaid). m
"Private Antitrust Enforcement in Europe: A
Policy Analysis and Reality Check," 27 (1)
World Competition L. & Economics Rev 13
(2004). m "Transfrontier Media, Law, and
Cultural Policy in the European Union," New
Frontiers In International Communication
Theory 157 (M. Semati, ed.) (Lanham, MD:
Rowman & Littlefield 2004). m "Media and
Election Regulation in the United States of
America," Media And Elections, 25
(Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum &
Associates, 2004, B. Lange & D. Ward, eds.)
(with L. Kaid). m "Microsoft: Federalism and
Internationalism in Antitrust," The Future Of
Transnational Antitrust -From
Comparative To Common Competition Law
259 (Bere: Staempfli Publishers, Ltd and
The Hague: Kluwer International, 2003) (J.


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Drexl, ed.) Munich Series on European and
International Antitrust Law, No. 1. (with M.
Jamison). m "A New Dawn for Private
Competition Law Remedies in Europe?
Reflections from the USA," European
Competition Law Annual 2001: Effective
Private Enforcement OfEC Antitrust Law 95
(Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2003) (Claus
Dieter Ehlermann & Isabela Atanasiu, eds.).
m "Voting from the Bench: Media Analysis
of Legal Issues in the 2000 Post-Election
Campaign," 46 American Behavioral
Scientist 642 (2003). m "Global Antitrust in
the Millennium Round: The Ways Forward,"
Competition Policy In The Global Trading
System 397, (The Hague: Kluwer
International 2002, C. Jones and M.
Matsushita, eds.) (with M. Matsushita).
* "Trilateralism in Private Antitrust
Enforcement: Japan, the U.S.A., and the
European Union," Competition Policy In The
Global Trading System 211 (C. Jones and M.
Matsushita, eds., The Hague: Kluwer
International 2002). m "Come the
Millennium (Round) -Competing Visions
of International Antitrust Policy in The
European Union and The United States,"
2000 Fordham. Corp. L. Inst. 31 (B. Hawk,
ed., 2001). m "Television Without Frontiers,"
19 Yearbook OfEuropean Law 299 (P.
Eeckhout and T. Tridimas, eds.) (Oxford:


Oxford U. Press 2000). m "Toward Global
Competition Policy -The Expanding
Dialogue on Multilateralism," 23 World
Competition L. & Econ. Rev. 95 (2000). m
"Soft Money and Hard Choices: The
Influence of Finance Rules on Campaign
Communication Strategy," Political
Communication Ethics 179 (R. Denton, ed.)
(Westport, CT: Praeger, 2000). m "Media
Concentration and Law: New Developments
in Germany and the European Community,"
Handbook of Global Legal Policy 313 (S.
Nagel, ed.) (Marcel Dekker, 2000).

CALL JORDAN
Associate Professor
m Capital Market
Integration in the East
African Community (The
World Bank, Financial
Sector Division, Finance,
Private Sector and
Infrastructure, Africa Region, 2002) (with A.
Alawode, Y. Kim and T. Endo). m "Financial
Regulatory Harmonization and the
Globalization of Finance," Policy Research
Working Paper 2919 (The World Bank,
Financial Sector Operations and Policy
Department, October 2002) (with G.
Majnoni) (Reprint by African Capital
Markets Forum, Nov. 2003). m "How


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2004 Faculty Promotions
Earning promotions in 2004 were (from left) Sherrie Russell-Brown
(to associate professor), Tracy Rambo (senior lecturer), Iris Burke (senior
lecturer), Mark Fenster (associate professor), Peggy Schrieber (senior lecturer),
Alison Gerencser (senior lecturer), Pedro Malavet (professor), Danaya Wright
(professor) and Leanne Pflaum (senior lecturer). Also promoted, but not
pictured, were Anne Rutledge and Patricia Thomson (senior lecturers).


Effective are Capital Markets in Exerting
Governance on Corporations? Recent
Lessons from Emerging Markets," Financial
Sector Governance. The Roles of the Public
and Private Sectors (Brookings Press, 2002).
* "Comment on 'An Alternative Regulatory
Model for Canada': A View from Afar,"
Queen 's University Annual Business Law
Symposium 2001 (Carswell, 2002).

CHRISTINE A. KLEIN
Professor
m "On Integrity: Some
Considerations for Water
Law," 56 Alabama L. Rev.
(2005). m "Survey of
Florida Water Law," Waters
and Water Rights (Robert
E. Beck, ed., Matthew Bender & Co., Inc.,
Rev. Vol. 6, forthcoming 2005). Natural
Resources Law: A Place-Based Book of
Problems and Cases (Aspen Publishers,
forthcoming 2005) (with Federico Cheever
and Bret C. Birdsong). m "The
Environmental Commerce Clause:
Disguising Pragmatism with Metaphor," The
Jurisdynamics ofEnvironmental Protection:
Change and the Pragmatic Voice in
Environmental Law (Environmental Law
Institute, Jim Chen ed., 2003). m "The
Environmental Commerce Clause," 27
Harvard Environmental L. Rev 1 (2003).
m "Protecting Monumental Landscapes
Under the Antiquities Act," 87 Cornell L.
Rev. 1333 (2002). m "A Background History
of Directional Drilling in Michigan," 2002
Michigan State University L. Rev. 173
(2002). m "Dam Policy: The Emerging
Paradigm of Restoration," 31 Env'tl L.
Reporter 10486 (2001).

LYRISSA BARNETT
LIDSKY
Professor; UF Research
Foundation Professor
Freedom of the Press. A
Reference Guide to the
US Constitution (2004). m
"Brandenburg and the
United States' War on Incitement Abroad:
Defending a Double Standard," 37 Wake
Forest L. Rev 1009 (2002). m "Cybergossip
or Securities Fraud? Some First Amendment
Guidance in Drawing the Line," 5 wallstreet-
lawyercom 15 (2001), reprinted at
www.ucdavis.bizlawjoural.edu (2002) (with
Michael Pike). m "Silencing John Doe:
Defamation and Discourse in Cyberspace,"
49 Duke 855 (2000). m Book Review, "The
Reasonable Woman and the 'Warrior Code,'"
Jurist: Books-on-Law (2000).


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Specialty Areas

CENTERS, INSTITUTES & CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS


Florida's comprehensive J.D. curriculum prepares students from
around the world for a broad range of traditional and non-traditional
legal careers. After completing first-year requirements, students tailor
studies to specific interests and career plans through advanced cours-
es, seminars, certificate programs, joint degrees and study abroad
opportunities. More than 100 courses and 30 seminars are offered each
year in a variety of practice areas, including Children's Law, Corporate
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curriculum and legal scholarship by concentrating in specific fields and
practice areas:

Center for Estate & Elder Law Planning
The Center for Estate and Elder Law Planning, directed by
Professor C. Douglas Miller of the Graduate Tax faculty, integrates
teaching, training, research, scholarship and public service, and
advances estate planning and elder law knowledge, professionalism,
skills and policy by educating and training students and lawyers. As
the newest UF law center, its goals are to sponsor institutes and sym-
posia, develop an estate planning and elder law library and software
collection, and provide community service though judicial externship
programs. It works closely with the Graduate Tax Program and UF
Center for Gerontological Studies.
The center also administers the highly successful Certificate
Program in Estates and Trusts Practice, which prepares students to
counsel clients on complex issues related to aging and the preservation
and efficient disposition of assets. The curriculum covers elder law,
estates and trusts, estate planning, probate and taxation of individual
income, and gratuitious transfers of property.

Center for Governmental Responsibility
The Center for Governmental Responsibility (CGR) Florida's
senior legal and public policy research institute was founded in
1972 and is directed by UF law Dean Emeritus Jon Mills, former speak-
er of the Florida House of Representatives. Faculty and students con-
duct grant and contract-funded research often interdisciplinary in
nature on issues relating to public policy development and imple-
mentation at the local, state, federal and international level.
CGR faculty teach and research on topics including environmental
law, water law, land use, ecosystem management, sustainable develop-
ment, environmental justice, health law and policy, bioethics, poverty
law, family law, state and federal constitutional issues, emerging
democracies, historic preservation, conflict resolution, comparative
law, European community law, international trade law, and election
and campaign finance law. Faculty also direct externships in the public
policy arena, including at the Florida Supreme Court, and administer
fellowships funded through The Florida Bar.
CGR's specialized programs include the Conservation Clinic, Costa
Rica Summer Program, Center for American Law Studies at Warsaw
University in Poland, Rule of Law in the Americas Program which
offers the annual Conference on Legal & Policy Issues in the Americas


Working to fulfill the Center for Governmental Responsibility's public
service mission are faculty and staff (from left, back) Thomas Ankersen,
Barbara Noah, Jeffrey Wade, Ewa Gmurzynska, Richard Hamman, Director
Jon Mills, Joan Flocks, Stephen Powell, Clifford Jones and (seated) Laura
Coates, JoAnn Klein, Barbara Sieger, Linda Baldwin, Lenny Kennedy and
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- and International Trade Law Program, which, under the direction of is working with the Institute for Advanced Legal Studies at the

Steve Powell, a long-time federal trade negotiator and chief counsel, is University of London where Baldwin is an Honorary Fellow to
developing legal services for translation into global business strategies, develop and strengthen knowledge in areas of international expertise.
creating courses to complement the international curriculum, and Baldwin also has participated in training law enforcement officers at
providing seminars and presentations on related topics. the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center's Financial Fraud
Institute, money laundering countermeasures at the Financial Crimes
Center for International Financial Crimes Studieummit in Sydney Austalia, the Law Society of Scotland's Confeence
Directed by Chesterfield Smith Professor Fletcher N. Baldwin, Jr., on Money Laundering and Terrorism in Glasgow, and money laundering

the Center for International Financial Crime Studies provides global seminars at Montpellier University, France, and was consultant to the
studies, consultation, training and education in anti-money laundering government of Indonesia's Financial Intelligence Unit, Checchi and
strategies, hosts leading experts as classroom lecturers, and coordi- Company Consulting, Inc.
nates national and international conferences, held to date in New
York, Washington, D.C., Miami, San Francisco, Aruba and Curacao. The Center for the Study of Race and Race Relations
center also is actively involved with the annual International The Center for the Study of Race and Race Relations (CSRRR) is an
Symposium on Economic Crime at Cambridge University, England, and academic research and resource center whose mission is to create and
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foster communities of dialogue on race and race relations and promote
historically- and empirically-based thinking, talking, research, writing
and teaching on race. The Levin College of Law is one of only five law
schools in the nation housing a center devoted to the study of race.
Under the direction of Professor Katheryn Russell-Brown and Assistant
Director Melissa Bamba, CSRRR hosted its fourth annual conference,
"Rhyme, Rhetoric and Race: Exploring the Influence of Literature,
Language & Lyrics on Race Relations," in 2003; co-hosted the confer-
ence, "Beyond Brown, an Interdisciplinary Look at Issues, Impacts &
Challenges of Landmark Desegregation Case," in March 2004; and
launched an innovative Faculty Reading Initiative to encourage
thoughtful discussion of race and racial issues in September 2004.

Institute for Dispute Resolution
Under the direction of Trustee Research FellowlProfessor Don
Peters and Associate Directors Jonathan Cohen and Alison Eckles
Gerenscer, the Institute for Dispute Resolution encourages and
enhances teaching, research and service in mediation, negotiation, col-
lective bargaining and arbitrationlinternational litigation. IDR trains
students to become mediators through actual proceedings involving
county civil disputes (such as landlord-tenant disputes or consumer
cases), thereby helping to prepare them to resolve issues for future
clients without going to trial. IDR also hosts and co-sponsors an annual
conference with Upchurch Watson & White on high stakes mediation
practice, and has joined with the Florida Dispute Resolution Center to
hold a highly successful transformative mediation symposium. These
well-attended and highly rated events blend theory and practice, and
award continuing legal and mediation education credits.


Peters also directs the Virgil Hawkins Civil Clinics offering the
Pro Se Family Law Clinic, Full Representation Clinic, and Gator
Teamchild/Juvenile Law Clinic which provide quality, intensely super-
vised, clinical learning experiences in family matters while delivering
competent legal services to those in need.

Institute for Human Rights, Peace & Development
Led by Winston P. Nagan, former board chairman of Amnesty
International USA, this institute seeks to enhance understanding of
governance and human rights in Africa and other countries; facilitate
creation of the Human Rights and Peace Centre at Makerere University
in Uganda, and assist with coordination of Southeastern European
peace conferences.

Intellectual Property Law Program
The Intellectual Property Law Program enables the college to be
one of the few in the nation and only one in the Southeast to
offer a Certificate in Intellectual Property Law. More than 30 students
have earned the certificate, and many more take a substantial number
of IP courses. UF Research Foundation Professor/Program Director
Thomas Cotter also coordinates an annual Law and Technology
Conference to share information on this fast-moving subject area with
practitioners. The third annual conference held in Orlando in February
2004 brought more than 60 top practitioners in the field and academ-
ic representatives to focus on issues of pressing interest, including cor-
porate, transactional, licensing and international issues, "music wars,"
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JOSEPH W. LITTLE
Professor; Alumni
Research Scholar
"Election Disputes and
the Constitutional Right to
Vote," 13 U Fla. J L. &
Pub. Policy 37 (2001). m
"Recreation Boating Law,"
Benedict on Admiralty (Matthew Bender,
2001). m "Teaching Torts: Introduction to the
Law of Torts," 45 St. Louis L. J 715 (2001).
m "The Need to Revise the Florida
Constitutional Revision Commission," 52
Fla. L. Rev. 475 (2000).


Hugh E Culverhouse
Eminent Scholar in
Taxation
m Federal Taxation of
Employee Compensation
(Warren Gorham &
Lamont 2004) (with Boris
I. Bittker). m Fundamentals ofInternational
Taxation (Warren Gorham & Lamont
2004/2005 ed.) (with Boris I. Bittker).
* "A Tax Lawyer's Observations on Scary
Numbers, Politics, and Irresponsibility:
Commentary on Shaviro's Reckless
Disregard," 45 Boston College L. Rev
(2004). m "Does the U.S. Tax System
Disadvantage U.S. Multinationals in the


World Marketplace?" 4 J Tax'n Global
Transactions 23 (Summer 2004). m Treatise,
Federal Taxation ofIncome, Estates & Gifts,
Vol. 4 (2003) (with Boris I. Bittker). m "As
the World of Partnership Turns," 56 S.M. U
L. Rev. 365 (2003). "Foreign Base
Company Sales and Services Income: An
Overreaching Anachronism or an Essential
Element of the Controlled Foreign
Corporations Regime?" Tax'n Global Trans
47 (Spring 2003). m Fundamentals of
International Taxation (Warren, Gorham &
Lamont, 2001). m "Marking Up the
Blueprint," 261 '. Int'l L. 1493
(2001). m "Capitalization: Complexity in
Simplicity," 91 Tax Notes 1357 (2001). .
Federal Taxation ofIncome, Estates & Gifts
(Warren, Gorham & Lamont, Vol. 1, 2 and 3,
1999, 2000 and 2002).

PAUL J. MAGNARELLA
Affiliate Professor;
Professor of Criminology
and Law; Affiliate
Professor of
Anthropology, African
Studies, and European
Studies
* Chapter, "The Consequences of the War
Crimes Tribunals and an International
Criminal Court for Human Rights in
Transitioning Societies," Human Rights and


Societies in Transition 119 (2004, ed.
Horowitz and Schnabel, United Nations
University Press). m "International Human
Rights: Roots of a Progression," 19 J Third
World Studies 13 (2002). m Justice in Africa:
Rwanda's Genocide, Its Courts, and the UN
Criminal Tribunal (Ashgate Pub., 2000). m
Guest editor, special issue of Human Rights
and Human Diversity, 13 Global Bioethics
(2000). m "Achieving Human Rights in
Africa: The Challenge for the New
Millennium," 4 African Studies Quarterly
(electronic journal, 2000). m "Promoting
Peace, Human Rights and National Security:
Focus on Sub-Saharan Africa," 1 Social
Justice, Anthropology, Peace and Human
Rights 99 (2000). "Comprehending
Genocide: The Case of Rwanda," 13 Global
Bioethics 23 (2000). m "Turkey," Countries
and Their Cultures (MacMillan, 2001, M.
Ember & C.R. Ember, eds.).

PEDRO A. MALAVET
Professor
"Afterword: Outsider
Citizenships and
Multidimensional Borders:
The Power and Danger of
Not Belonging," Clev St.
L. Rev (2004). m
"Reparations Theory and Postcolonial Puerto
Rico: Some Preliminary Thoughts," 13 La












Raza L. J 387 (2002). m "Introduction:
LatCritical Encounters with Culture," North-
South Frameworks, 51 Fla. L. Rev. 1 (2003).
* America's Colony: The Political and
Cultural Conflict between the United States
and Puerto Rico (NYU Press, 2004). m "The
Accidental Crit II: Culture and the Looking
Glass of Exile," 78 Den. U L. Rev. 753
(2001). m "Puerto Rico: Cultural Nation,
American Colony," 6 Mich. J Race & Law 1
(2001). m "Literature and Arts as Antisubord-
ination, Praxis-Latcrit Theory and Cultural
Production: The Confessions of an
Accidental Crit," 33 U Cal Davis L. Rev.
1293 (2000).

AMY R. MASHBURN
Professor
Ethical Guidelinesfor
Settlement Negotiations (as
reporter, 2002, American
Bar Association, Litigation
Section publication). m
"The Criminal Defense
Lawyer's Fiduciary Duty to Clients with
Mental Disability," 68 Fordham L. Rev 1581
(2000) (with Christopher Slobogin).


UF Research Foundation
S Professor
SH"Is 'Don't Ask, Don't
Tell' Unconstitutional After
Lawrence? What It Will
StTake to Overturn the
Policy," 15 Fla. J L & Pub.
Pol'y 423 (2003). "Why Progressives Lost
the War When They Lost the Draft," 32
Hofstra L. Rev. 553 (2004). "Rehnquist's
Vietnam: Constitutional Separatism and the
Stealth Advance of Martial Law," 77 Ind. L.
J 701 (2002). u "Word Games, War Games,"
98 Mich. L. Rev 1590 (2000). m "Sex and
Lies: Rules of Ethics, Rules of Evidence, and
Our Conflicted Views on the Significance of
Honesty," 14 Notre Dame J L. Ethics & Pub.
Pol'y 679 (2000). m Book Review, 26 Armed
Forces & Soc y 670 (2000) (reviewing Kelly
Flinn, Proud to Be).

PAUL R. MCDANIEL
James J. Freeland
Eminent Scholar in
Taxation, Professor
Federal Income Taxation
(with McMahon, Simmons,
and Abreu) (Foundation
Press: 5th ed., 2004). m
"Trade Agreements and Income Taxation:
Interactions, Conflicts, and Resolutions, 57
Tax L. Rev 275 (2004). m 2004 Annual
Supplements to Federal Income Taxation of
Business Organizations, Federal Income
Taxation of Corporations, and Federal
Income Taxation ofPartnerships and S


Corporations. m Federal Wealth Transfer
Taxation (with Repetti and Caron)
(Foundation Press, 5th ed., 2003). m "The
U.S. Tax Treatment of Income Earned in
Developing Countries," 35 George Wash.
Int'lL. Rev. 265 (2003). m"The Impact of
Trade Agreements on Tax Systems," Staaten
Und Steuren (Heidelberg: C.F. Muller Verlag,
2000) 1105, reprinted in 30 Intertax 166
(2002). m "Trade and Taxation," 26 '
J ofInt'lLaw 1621 (2001). "Reflections
on International Tax Law for the 21st
Century," Canadian Tax Foundation, 2000
World Tax Conference Report, 20:1 (2000).

MARTIN J.
MCMAHON, JR.
Clarence J. Teselle
Professor
"Recent Developments
in Federal Income
Taxation: The Year 2003," 6
Fla. Tax Rev 445 (2004)
(with Ira B. Shepard). m Federal Income
Taxation, Cases and Materials, 5th ed., and
accompanying Class Discussion Problems
(with Paul McDaniel, Dan Simmons & Alice
Abreu) (Foundation Press, 2004). m
Cumulative supplements to Federal Income
Taxation ofIndividuals, 3rd ed. (Warren,
Gorham & Lamont, 2002) (with Boris I.
Bittker & Lawrence A. Zelenak); Federal
Income Taxation ofPartnerships and S
Corporations, 3rd. ed., and accompanying
Study Problems (with Paul McDaniel & Dan
Simmons) (Foundation Press, 1999); Federal
Income Taxation of Corporations, 2nd ed.n,
and accompanying Study Problems (with
Paul McDaniel & Dan Simmons)
(Foundation Press,1999); and Federal
Income Taxation ofBusiness Organizations,
3rd ed., and accompanying Study Problems
and Teacher's Manual (with Paul McDaniel
& Dan Simmons) (Foundation Press, 1999).
* Federal Income Taxation, Cases and
Materials, 5th ed. (with P. McDaniel, D.
Simmons & A. Abreu) (Foundation Press,
2004, in press). m "Recent Developments in
Federal Income Taxation: The Year 2003,"
Fla. Tax Rev (2004, in press) (with Ira B.
Shepard). m "The Matthew Effect and
Federal Taxation," Boston College L. Rev.
(2004, in press). m "Privilege and the Work
Product Doctrine in Tax Cases," The Tax
Lawyer (2004, in press) (with Ira B.
Shepard). m "Privilege and The Work Product
Doctrine in Tax Cases," 23 ABA Tax Section
News Quarterly 11 (Winter 2004). m 2003-1
Semi-annual Cumulative Supplement and
2003-2 Semi-annual Cumulative Supplement
to Federal Income Taxation ofIndividuals,
3rd ed. (Warren, Gorham & Lamont, 2002)
(with Boris I. Bittker & Lawrence A.
Zelenak); semi-annual cumulative supple-


ments since 2003. 2003 Annual Cumulative
Supplement to Federal Income Taxation of
Partnerships and S Corporations, 3rd ed.,
and accompanying Study Problems
(Foundation Press, 1999) (with P. McDaniel
& D. ........... annual supplements since
2000. m 2003 Annual Cumulative
Supplement to Federal Income Taxation of
Corporations, 2nd. ed., and accompanying
Study Problems (Foundation Press, 1999)
(with P McDaniel & D. I ........... i annual
supplements since 2000. m 2003 Annual
Cumulative Supplement to Federal Income
Taxation of Business Organizations, 3rd ed.,
and accompanying Study Problems and
Teacher's Manual (Foundation Press) (with P.
McDaniel & D. I ........... annual supple-
ments since 2000. m 2003 Annual Cumulative
Supplement to Federal Income Taxation,
Cases and Materials, 4th ed. (Foundation
Press, 1998) (with P. McDaniel, H. Ault &
D. Simmons); Annual supplements since
1999. m "Recent Developments in Federal
Income Taxation: The Year 2002," 6 Fla. Tax
Rev 81 (2003) (with Ira B. Shepard). m
"Beyond a GAAR: Retrofitting the Code to
Rein In 21st Century Tax Shelters," 98 Tax
Notes 1721 (March 17, 2003). Federal
Income Taxation of Individuals and accompa-
nying Instructor's Manual and Study
Problems (Warren, Gorham & Lamont, 3d
ed., 2002) (with Boris I. Bittker & Lawrence
A. Zelenak). m "Capitalization of Benefits
Extending Substantially Beyond the Taxable
Year," 97 Tax Notes 257 (October 14, 2002)
(with Boris I. Bittker & Lawrence A.
Zelenak). m "Recent Developments in
Federal Income Taxation: The Year 2001," 6
Fla. Tax Rev 627 (2002) (with Ira B.
Shepard). m "A Whirlwind Tour of the
Internal Revenue Code's At-Risk and Passive
Activity Loss Rules," 36 Real Property
Probate & TrustJ 673 (2002) (with Boris I.
Bittker & Lawrence A. Zelenak). m
"Economic Substance, Purposive Activity,
and Corporate Tax Shelters," 94 Tax Notes
1017 (February 25, 2002). m "Recent
Developments in Federal Income Taxation:
The Year 2000," 5 Fla. Tax Rev 47 (2001)
(with Ira B. Shepard). m "Simplifying the
Interest Deduction for Individual Taxpayers,"
91 Tax Notes 1371 (2001). "Random
Thoughts on Applying Judicial Doctrines to
Interpret the Internal Revenue Code," 54
SMUL. Rev. 195 (2001). m "Recent
Developments in Business Taxation: With
Emphasis on Oil and Gas Taxation," 52nd
Annual Inst. on Oil and Gas Law & Taxation
(Matthew Bender, 2001) (with Ira B.
Shepard). m "Recent Developments in
Business Taxation: With Emphasis on Oil
and Gas Taxation," 51st Annual Institute on
Oil and Gas Law and Taxation 13-1
(Matthew Bender 2000) (with Ira B.
Shepard).


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Director, Center for
Governmental
Responsibility; Professor;
Dean Emeritus
f "The Rewards of
Citizenship & Perils of
Identity: How the Law
Defines You in the Globalized World," Vol.
III, No. 2 Warsaw Univ L. Rev. 95 (2004). 1
"Responding to Terrorism and Achieving
Stability in the Global Financial System:
Rational Policy or Crisis Reaction?" Vol. 11,
No. 4 Cambridge Univ J of Financial Crime
(Henry Stewart Publications, UK, 2004). .
"Principles for Constitutions and Institutions
in Promoting the Rule of Law in Latin
America," 16:1 Univ Fla. J oflnt'lL.
(2003). "Responding to Terrorism and
Achieving Stability in the Global Financial
System: Rational Policy or Crisis Reaction?"
Cambridge Univ J of Financial Crime
(Henry Stewart Publications, UK). i "Florida
on Trial: Federalism in the 2000 Presidential
Election," 13.1 Stan. J L. & Pub. Pol'y 83
(2002). "Diversity in Law Schools: Where
Are We Headed in the Twenty-first Century,"
33 U Toledo L. Rev 119 (2001). 1"Beyond
Election 2000: Law & Policy in the New
Millennium," 13 U Fla. J L & Pub. Pol'y 69
(2001). "Legal Standards, Political
Pressures: Redistricting in Florida, 1970-


2000," Mapping Florida s Political
Landscape 103 (2001) (with Richard Scher).
* "Internet Casinos: A Sure Bet for Money
Laundering," 19 Dickinson J Int'l L. 77
(2000). "Setting a New Standard for Public
Education: Revision 6 Increases the Duty of
the State to Make 'Adequate Provision' for
Florida Schools, 52 Fla. L. Rev. 329 (2000)
(with Timothy McLendon).

ROBERT C. L. MOFFAT
Professor; Affiliate
Professor of Philosophy
"Incivility as a Barometer
of Societal Decay," 1 Fla.
Phil. Rev 46 (2001). .
"Whining in the Spoiled
Society: Can Semiotics
Help Us Survive Prosperity," The Law vs. the
People (Peter Lang Publishers, 2000)
(William Pencak, J. Ralph Lindgren, Roberta
Kevelson & Charles N. Yood, eds.).

WINSTON P. NAGAN
Professor; Samuel T. Deli
Research Scholar;
Affiliate Professor of
Anthropology; Director,
Institute of Human Rights
& Peace Development;
Director, Study Abroad
Program with Cape Town


University
* "The New Bush National Security Doctrine
and the Rule of Law," 22 i '. J Int'l L.
375 (2004) (with Craig Hammer). "Racism,
Genocide and Mass Murder: Toward a Legal
Theory About Group Deprivations," Nat 'I
Black L. J (2002). u "Conflict Resolution
and Democratic Transformation: Confronting
the Shameful Past -Prescribing a Humane
Future," 119 South African L. J 174 (2002).
* "Rule of Law: Lofty Ideal or Harsh
Reality?" 8 J Fin. Crime 347 (2001). 1 "The
International Law of Torture: From Universal
Proscription to Effective Application and
Enforcement," 14 Har. Hum. Rts. J 87
(2001). "Lawyer Roles, Identity, and
Professional Responsibility in an Age of
Globalism," 13 Fla. J Int'lL. 131 (2001). .
"Dean Kronman's Diversity Narrative:
Liberal Educational Ideology Versus Social
Justice," 52 Fla. L. Rev. 897 (2000). 1
"Sanctions, Black America and Apartheid:
Vindicating the Promise of Peaceful
Change," Foreign Policy and the Black
(Inter) National Interest (Albany State
U.N.Y. Press, 2000) (Charles P. Henry, ed.).
* "Human Rights and Revolution," 1 Social
Justice: Anthropology, Peace and Human
Rights 43 (2000).


Reviews & Journals Spotlight Legal Scholarship
* Faculty in the Levin College of Law's Graduate Tax Program edit and publish The Florida Tax Review.
This innovative law review, which has become one of the country's best, publishes articles on a wide
range of timely and important tax law and policy issues. Articles are selected and edited by Faculty
Editor Professor David Hudson (at right, standing), with assistance from a board of editors consisting
of UF Graduate Tax Program faculty and tax scholars from other leading law schools. Recent issues -
have included pieces on the need for progressivity, estate tax contingencies, bankruptcy tax reform,
the Tax Court's equitable powers, capital cost recovery, taxation of worldwide income, standards of
tax review and recent developments in income taxation. C I
* The Florida Law Review includes articles by legal scholars expert in various areas of the law and
works by students, and is published up to five times a year. In addition, the Review brings one of
America's preeminent legal scholars to the law school each spring as part of its Dunwody
Distinguished Lecture in Law series to speak on a compelling contemporary legal or social issue. The
2004 Dunwody Lecture in Law was given by Georgetown Professor Viet D. Dinh, who spoke on "Nationalism in the Age of Terror."
* The Florida journal of International Law publishes four issues per year containing scholarly works with global perspectives by
professors, practitioners and students on public and private international law topics. The journal also publishes the Annual
Conference on Legal and Policy Issues in the Americas, which brings together practitioners, scholars and government officials to
discuss issues affecting North, Central and South America, including international trade and the Free Trade Area of the Americas,
terrorism, financial crimes, and human rights issues. Recent articles have focused on subjects as varied as International
Commercial and Trade Law, Intellectual Property Law, Human Rights Law, Terrorism, War Crimes Tribunals, International
Environmental Law, and Maritime Law.
* The journal of Law & Public Policy is an interdisciplinary student publication devoted to public policy implications of legal issues
and to fostering discourse on judicial decisions, legislation, law reform, and other legal issues facing public policy decision-makers.
Its members which include University of Florida law students and joint-degree and other graduate students publish three
issues a year and sponsor a spring symposium.
* The Journal of Technology Law & Policy is a student-edited journal (also online) published twice a year devoted to the discussion
of relevant technology issues, including patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, antitrust, and computer law. O


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JAMES C. NICHOLAS
Associate Director,
Environmental and Land
Use Law Program;
Affiliate Professor;
Professor of Urban &
Regional Planning
"The Ups and Downs of
Growth Management in Florida," 12 Fla. J
L. & Pub. Pol'y (2001). m "Growth
Management and Smart Growth in Florida,"
35 Wake Forest L. Rev. 645 (2000) (with
Ruth Steiner).

BARBARA A. NOAH
Research Associate,
Center for Governmental
Responsibility
E "Politicizing the End of
Life: Lessons from the
Schiavo Controversy," 58
U Miami L. Rev. (forth-
coming 2004). m "Paradoxes in Dietary
Supplement Risk Regulation," 31 Am. J L.
& Med (symposium, forthcoming 2005).
* "Bioethical Malpractice: Risk and
Responsibility in Human Research," 7 J
Health Care L. & Pol'y 725 (2004). m "The
Participation of Underrepresented Minorities
in Clinical Research," 29 Am. J L. & Med.
221 (2003). m "AIDS and Antiretroviral
Drugs in South Africa: Public Health,
Politics, and Individual Suffering," 31 J L.
Med. & Ethics 144 (2003) (review). m "Life,
Death, and Politics: The Long Good-Bye," 3
J Phil. Sci. & L. (2003). mLaw, Medicine,
and Medical Technology: Cases & Materials
(Foundation Press, 2002) (with Lars Noah).
m "The Invisible Patient," 2002 U Ill. L. Rev
121 (2002). m"Adverse Drug Reactions:
Harnessing Experiential Data to Promote
Patient Welfare," 49 Cath. U L. Rev 449
(2000). m "Adverse Drug Reactions in
Elderly Patients: Alternative Approaches for
Postmarket Surveillance," 33 J Health L.
383 (2000) (with David Brushwood).

LARS NOAH
UF Research
Foundation Professor
m "An Inventory of
Mathematical Blunders in
Applying the Loss-of-a-
Chance Doctrine," 70 Mo.
L. Rev (2005). m "Medical
Education and Malpractice: What's the
Connection?," 15 Health Matrix (2005). m
"Ambivalent Commitments to Federalism in
Controlling the Practice of Medicine," 53 U
Kan. L. Rev (2004). m "A Postmodernist
Take on the Human Embryo Research
Debate," 36 Conn. L. Rev. 1133 (2004). .
"Deputizing Institutional Review Boards to
Police (Audit?) Biomedical Research," 25 J


Legal Med 267 (2004). m "Trends in
Assisted Reproductive Technology," 351 New
Eng J Med 398 (2004). "Supervising
Research with Human Subjects," 29 Admin.
& Reg L. News (Summer 2004). m "Assisted
Reproductive Technologies and the Pitfalls of
Unregulated Biomedical Innovation," 55 Fla.
L. Rev 603 (2003). m "Challenges in the
Federal Regulation of Pain Management
Technologies," 31 J L. Med. & Ethics 55
(2003). m "Triage in the Nation's Medicine
Cabinet: The Puzzling Scarcity of Vaccines
and Other Drugs," 54 S. C L. Rev 741
(2003). m "Pharmacogenetics," 348 New Eng.
J Med 2042 (2003). mLaw, Medicine, and
Medical Technology: Cases and Materials
(Foundation Press 2002) (with Barbara A.
Noah). m "Medicine's Epistemology:
Mapping the Haphazard Diffusion of
Knowledge in the Biomedical Community,"
44 Ariz. L. Rev. 373 (2002). m "The Coming
Pharmacogenomics Revolution: Tailoring
Drugs to Fit Patients' Genetic Profiles," 43
Jurimetrics J 1 (2002). m "Informed Consent
and the Elusive Dichotomy Between
Standard and Experimental Therapy," 28 Am.
J L. & Med 361 (2002). m "Attorney
General's Intrusion Into Clinical Practice,"
346 New Eng J Med 1918 (2002). m
"Standards for Medical Expert Testimony,"
288 J Am. Med Ass'n 2971 (2002). m "Civil
Jury Nullification," 86 Iowa L. Rev. 1601
(2001). m "A Miscarriage in the Drug
Approval Process?: Mifepristone Embroils
the FDA in Abortion Politics," 36 Wake
Forest L. Rev. 571 (2001). m "Rewarding
Regulatory Compliance: The Pursuit of
Symmetry in Products Liability," 88 Geo. L.
J 2147 (2000). m "Divining Regulatory
Intent: The Place for a 'Legislative History'
of Agency Rules," 51 Hastings L. J 255
(2000). m "Interpreting Agency Enabling
Acts: Misplaced Metaphors in Administrative
Law," 41 Wm. & Mary L. Rev 1463 (2000).
m "Scientific 'Republicanism': Expert Peer
Review and the Quest for Regulatory
Deliberation," 49 Emory L. J 1033 (2000).
m "What's Wrong with 'Constitutionalizing
Food and Drug Law?,'" 75 Tul L. Rev 137
(2000). "Regulatory Improvement
Legislation: Risk Assessment, Cost-Benefit
Analysis, and Judicial Review," 11 Duke
Env'l. L. & Pol'y For 89 (2000) (with co-
authors). m "Peer Review and Regulatory
Reform," 30 Envl L. Rep. 10,606 (2000).
* "One Decade of Food and Drug Law
Scholarship," 55 Food & Drug L. J 641
(2000).


KENNETH B. NUNN
Professor; Associate
Director, Center on
Children and Families
"Minority Groups,"
World Book Encyclopedia
(2003). m "Diversity
Matters: Race, Gender &
Ethnicity in Legal Education," U Fla. J L.
& Pub. Pol'y 11 (2003) (with Nancy Dowd
& Jane Pendergrast). m "Race Crime and the
Pool of Surplus Criminality: Or Why the War
on Drugs was a War on Blacks," 6 J Gender
Race & Just. 381 (2002). "Stereotyping,"
World Book Encyclopedia (World Book Pub.
Co., 2002). m "Racial Profiling," World Book
Encyclopedia (World Book Pub. Co. 2002).
m "The Child as 'Other': Race and
Differential Treatment in the Juvenile Justice
System," 51 DePaulL. Rev 679 (2002). m
"Rights Held Hostage: Race, Ideology and
the Peremptory Challenge," A Reader on
Race, Civil Rights, and American Law: A
Multiracial Approach (Carolina Academic
Press, 2001, republication) (Timothy Davis
et al. eds.). m "Racism," World Book
Encyclopedia (2001). m "The 'Darden
Dilemma': Should African Americans
Prosecute Crimes?," 68 Fordham L. Rev
1473 (2000). m "Law as a Eurocentric
Enterprise," Critical Race Theory: The
Cutting Edge 429 (Temple U. Press, 2d ed.,
2000, republication) (Richard Delgado &
Jean Stefancic eds.). m "The Trial as Text:
Allegory, Myth and Symbol in the
Adversarial Criminal Process -A Critique
of the Role of the Public Defender and a
Proposal for Reform," Order Under Law:
Readings in Criminal Justice (Robert G.
Culbertson & Ralph Weisheit, 2001).

WILLIAM H. PAGE
Associate Dean for
Faculty Development;
Marshall M. Criser
Eminent Scholar in
Electronic
Communications and
Administrative Law
a "Economic Authority and the Limits of
Expertise in Antitrust Cases," 90 Cornell L.
Rev (forthcoming 2005) (with John
Lopatka). m Kintner 's Federal Antitrust Law,
11 vols., 2004 supplements (forthcoming
2005) (with John Lopatka and Joseph
Bauer). m "Indirect Purchaser Class Actions
and the Consumer Interest," 48 Antitrust
Bulletin 531 (2003) (with John Lopatka). m
"State Action and the Meaning of Agreement
Under the Sherman Act: An Approach to
Hybrid Restraints," 20 Yale J on Reg 269
(2003) (with John Lopatka). m "Thurman
Arnold's International Antitrust Legacy," The
Antitrust Source, www.antitrustsource.com


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(July 2003) (review of Wyatt Wells, Antitrust
and the Formation of the Postwar World,
2002). m 2 Kintner's Federal Antitrust Law:
Practices Prohibited by the Sherman Act (2d
ed., 2002) (with Joseph P. Bauer). m
"Brunswick at 25: Antitrust Injury and the
Evolution of Antitrust Law," Antitrust (Fall
2002) (with John Lopatka). m "The Price of
Unanimity: The D.C. Circuit's Incoherent
Opinion in Microsoft," Microsoft, Antitrust
and the New Economy: Selected Essays
(Kluwer Acad. Press, 2002) (David S. Evans,
ed.) (with John Lopatka). m "'Obvious'
Consumer Harm in Antitrust Policy: The
Chicago School, the Post-Chicago School,
and the Courts," Post-Chicago Developments
in Antitrust Law (Edward Elgar Pub. Co.
2002) (Antonio Cucinotta, et al., eds.). m
"AT&T Litigation," Oxford Companion to
American Law (Oxford Press 2002) (Kermit
L. Hall, ed.). m "Who Suffered Antitrust
Injury in the Microsoft Case?" 69 Geo. Wash.
L. Rev 829 (2001) (with John Lopatka). m
"Monopolization, Innovation, and Consumer
Welfare," 69 Geo. Wash. L. Rev 367 (2001)
(with John Lopatka). m "Devising a Microsoft
Remedy That Serves Consumers, 9 Geo.
Mason L. Rev 691 (2001) (with John
Lopatka). m "Internet Regulation and
Consumer Welfare: Innovation, Speculation,
and Cable Bundling," 52 Hastings L. J 891
(2001) (with John Lopatka). m "Antitrust and
Trade Regulation," Developments in
Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice
1999-2000 (ABA Publications, 2001, Jeffrey
S. Lubbers, ed.) (with John Lopatka, Steven
Vieux & Thomas Arthur). m "Antitrust and
Trade Regulation," Developments in
Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice
1998-99 (ABA Publications, 2000, Jeffrey S.
Lubbers ed.) (with John Lopatka, Michael
Brockmeyer & Thomas Arthur). m "Network
Externalities," Encyclopedia ofLaw and
Economics, Vol. I (Boudwijn Bouckaert &
Gerrit De Geest eds., 2000) (with John
Lopatka).

JUAN FRANCISCO
PEREA
Cone Wagner Nugent
Johnson Hazouri & Roth
Professor
Race and Races: Cases
and Resources for a
Diverse America (2nd ed.,
forthcoming 2005) (with Richard Delgado,
Angela Harris, Jean Stefancic and Stephanie
Wildman). m "Buscando America: Why Equal
Protection Fails to Protect Latinos," 117
Harvard L. Rev (2004). m "A Brief History
of Race and the U.S.-Mexican Border:
Tracing the Trajectories of Conquest," 51
UCLA L. Rev. 283 (2003). m "Killing Me
Softly with His Song: Anglocentrism and


Celebrating Nouveaux Latinas/os," 55 Fla. L.
Rev 441 (2003). m Book Review: "Thinking
About Race and Races: Reflections and
Responses," 89 Cal. L. Rev 1653 (2001)
(with Richard Delgado, Angela Harris and
Stephanie Wildman). m "The New American
Spanish War: How the Courts and the
Legislatures Are Aiding the Suppression of
Languages Other Than English," Language
Ideologies: Critical Perspectives on the
C 'English Movement (NCTE, 2001)
(Roseann Duenas Gonzalez & Ildiko Melis,
eds.). m "Fulfilling Manifest Destiny:
Conquest, Race, and the Insular Cases,"
Foreign in a Domestic Sense: Puerto Rico,
American Expansion and the Constitution
(Duke Univ. Press, 2001) (Christina Burnett
& Burke Marshall, eds.). m Book review,
"Language, Policy and Identity Politics in the
United States," (), 21 J Am. Ethnic History
125 (2001). "The Black/White Binary
Paradigm of Race," Critical Race Theory:
The Cutting Edge (Temple U. Press, 2d ed.,
2000) (R. Delgado and J. Stefancic, eds.) m
"Appreciating Richard Delgado and
Rodrigo," 4 Har. Latino. L. Rev 37 (2000).
* Race and Races: Cases and Resources for
a Diverse America (Westgroup, 2000) (with
Richard Delgado, Angela Harris & Stephanie
Wildman).

DON C. PETERS
Director, Institute for
Dispute Resolution;
Director, Virgil Hawkins
Civil Clinics; Professor;
Trustee Research Fellow;
Associate Director, Center
on Children and Families
* Paper-chasing Types: The Myers .
and Law Study (forthcoming 2005). m "It Felt
Like He Was Inside My Skin: Intercultural
Learning About Mediation in Haiti," Rutgers
Conflict Resolution J (2004).

CHRISTOPHER L.
PETERSON
Assistant Professor
m Taming the Sharks.:
Towards a Curefor the
High Cost Credit Market
(Univ. of Akron Press,
2004). "Truth,
Understanding, and High Cost Consumer
Credit: The Historical Context of the Truth in
Lending Act," 55 Fla. L. Rev. 807 (2003).

STEPHEN J. POWELL
Director, International
Trade Law Program
m "WTO and NAFTA
Dispute Settlement for
North American
Agricultural Trade,"
International Agricultural


Trade Disputes: Case Studies in North
America 219 (forthcoming Calgary Press
2004). m "The Place of Human Rights in
World Trade Organization Rules," 16 Fla. J
Int'lL. 1 (2003).

LEANNE J. PFLAUM
Senior Legal Skills
Professor
Legal Writing By Design:
A Guide to Great Briefs
and Memos (Carolina
Academic Press, 2001)
(with Teresa Rambo).


M. KATHLEEN PRICE
Associate Dean, Library
& Technology; Clarence
J. TeSelle Professor
"Finding U.S. Law on the
Internet," 40 1 i I 1. 40
(Chinese), Roaming the
Virtual Law Library: A
Guide to Online Sources for Legal
Researchers (Liu and Yu ed. 2004). m Julius
Marke: In Memoriam," 96 L. Lib "y J 9
(2004). m "The Search for Meaning in 'Law
and Language,'" Language and the Law,
Proceedings of a Conference, Tarleton Law
Library, University of Texas School of Law,
Dec. 6-8, 2001 (Robinson ed., 2003).

TERESA J. RAMBO
Senior Legal Skills
Professor
m Judicial Opinion Writing
(Florida College of
Advanced Judicial Studies,
2002). mLegal Writing By
Design. A Guide to Great
Briefs and Memos (Carolina Academic Press,
2001) (with Leanne J. Pflaum).

DAVID M.
RICHARDSON
Professor
I Textbook, Federal Tax
Procedure (forthcoming
Summer 2005, Matthew
Bender Graduate Tax
Series) (with Jerome
Borison and Steve Johnson). m "Audit
Avoidance Through Temporary Taxpayer
Intent Modification Is Fred Corneel on to
Something...Or Not?," 92 Tax Notes 277
(2001). m "Statement of Standards of Tax
Practice: Letter to a Former Student," 87 Tax
Notes 1143 (2000).


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DIANE M. RING
Professor
Federal Income Taxation
of Corporate Enterprise
(casebook, Foundation
Press, forthcoming) (with
Bernard Wolfman). m
Comment on Griffith,
"Taxing Happiness," B.C L. Rev (forthcom-
ing 2004). m U.S. National Report on Double
Nontaxation prepared for International
Fiscal Association 2004 Conference (forth-
coming in Cahiers de Droit Fiscal
International, Vol. LXXXIX 2004). u Book
Review, "Solid Foundations for Tax Theory,
Policy," 31 Tax Notes Int'l 961 (Sept. 15,
2003). m "One Nation Among Many: Policy
Implications of Cross-Border Tax Arbitrage,"
44 B. C L. Rev 79 (2002). m "Prospects for A
Multilateral Tax Treaty," 26 1 '. Int'l
L. 1699 (2001). m "On the Frontier of
Procedural Innovation: Advance Pricing
Agreements and the Struggle to Allocate
Income for Cross Border Taxation," 21 Mich.
J Int'lL. 143 (2000).


Irving Cypen Professor;
Associate Director,
Center on Children and
Families
m The Challenges of
Teaching Race. Huck and
the Color Line (Rowman
and Littlefield) (2005). m "Toto, I have a feel-
ing we are still in Kansas," Voices of the
Brown Generation. Memories and
Reflections ofLaw Professors (M.W.
Robinson & R.J. Bonnie, eds.) (2005). m
"Teaching Race Relations 'Know-How,'"
Southern Christian Leadership Magazine
(2004). m "Lessons From and for Disabled
Students," 8 J Gender Race & Justice 75
(2004). m "Emotional Segregation: Huck
Finn in the Modem Classroom," 36 U Mich.
J L. Reform 305 (2003). m "The
Anticanonical Lesson of Huckleberry Finn,"
11 Cornell J L. & Pub. Policy 101 (2002). m
"Identity Matters: Introduction to LatCrit VI
Conference," 54 Rutgers L. Rev 101 (2002).
* "International and Interracial Adoptions:
Heroes, Villains or Loving Parents," Moral
Imperialism: A Critical Anthology (N.YU
Press, 2002) (Berta Herandez-Truyol, ed.).
* "The Heart of Equal Protection: Education
and Race," A Reader on Race, Civil Rights
and American Law: A Multiracial Approach
(NYU Press, 2001) (Davis, K. Johnson, G.
Martinez, eds.). Loving Across the Color
Line: A White Adoptive Mother Learns About
Race (Rowman & Littlefield) (2000). m
Foreword: "Culture, Nationhood, and the
Human Rights Ideal," 33 Mich. J L. Ref 233
(2000) (with Berta Heranedez-Truyol). m


"Doing Anti-Racism: Making an Egalitarian
Future," 29 Contemp. Sociology 95 (2000)
(with Joe R. Feagin & Jacqueline Johnson).

PKATHERYN RUSSELL-
BROWN
Director, Center for the
Study of Race and Race
Relations; Professor
Underground Codes:
Race, Crime and Related
Fires (New York University
Press, 2004).

SHERRIE LYNN
RUSSELL-BROWN
Associate Professor;
Associate Director,
Center on Children and
Families
"The Last Line of
Defense: The Doctrine of Command
Responsibility and Gender Crimes in Armed
Conflict," Wisconsin Int'l L. J (forthcoming
2004). m "Bridging the 'Divide' Between
Feminism and Child Protection Using the
Discourse of International Human Rights, 13
S. Cal. Rev L. and Women's Stud. (2003). m
"Out of the Crooked Timber of Humanity:
The Conflict Between South Africa's Truth
and Reconciliation Commission and
International Human Rights Norms
Regarding 'Effective Remedies,'" 26
Hastings Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 227 (2003).
* "Labor Rights as Human Rights: The
Situation of Women Workers in Jamaica's
Export Free Zones," 241 i J Emp. &
Lab. L. 179 (2003). m "Poisoned Chalice?
The Rights of Criminal Defendants Under
International Law, During the Pre-Trial
Phase," 8 UCLA J Int'l & Foreign Aff 127
(2003). m "A U.N. Solution to a Problem
from Hell," Review, Samantha Power, "A
Problem from Hell: America and the Age of
Genocide," 2 Wash. U Global Stud. L. Rev.
427 (2003). m "Rape as an Act of Genocide,"
21, J Int'lL. 350 (2003).

VALERIE A. SANCHEZ
Assistant Professor
m "Back to the Future of
ADR: Negotiating Justice
and Human Needs," 18
Ohio St. J on Disp. Resol.
669 (2003). mEqual
Treatment for People with
Mental Retardation: Having and Raising
Children (Harv. Univ. Press, 2000) (with
Martha Field).


GAIL E. SASNETT
Associate Dean for
Students, Professionalism
& Community Relations
S"A Drug by Any Other
Name is Still a Drug: Why
the Florida Judiciary
Should Start Treating A
DUI as Any Other Drug Offense," 13 J L. &
Public Policy 299 (2001).

MICHAEL L. SEIGEL
Professor
Improbable Events
(novel, forthcoming 2005).
"On Collegiality," 54 J
Legal Educ. 406 (2004).


CHRISTOPHER
SLOBOGIN
Stephen C. O'Connell
Professor; Affiliate
Professor of Psychiatry;
Adjunct Professor,
University of South
Florida Mental Health
Institute; Associate Director, Center on
Children and Families
* "The Civilization of the Criminal Law,"
Vanderbilt L. Rev. (forthcoming 2005). mLaw
and the Mental Health System: Civil and
Criminal Aspects (4th ed., 2004) (with
Reisner & Rai). m "Is Atkins the Antithesis or
the Apotheosis of Anti-Discrimination
Principles?: Sorting Out the Groupwide
Effects of Exempting People With Mental
Retardation From the Death Penalty," 55 Ala.
L. Rev 1101 (2004) (symposium on
Disability Rights). m "The Integrationist
Alternative to the Insanity Defense:
Reflections on the Exculpatory Scope of
Mental Illness in the Wake of the Andrea
Yates Case," 30 Am. J Crim. L. 315 (2004).
m "Teaching a Course on Regulation of the
Police (with a Special Focus on the Sixth
Amendment)," 42 Brandeis L. J 389 (2003-
04) (symposium). m "Rethinking Legally
Relevant Mental Illness," 29 Ohio Northern
Univ. L. Rev 497 (2004) (symposium). m "A
Jurisprudence of Dangerousness," 98 Nw U
L. Rev 1 (2003). m "The Structure of
Expertise in Criminal Cases," 34 Seton Hall
L. Rev 105 (2003) (symposium). "Toward
Taping," 1 Ohio State J Crim. L. 309 (2003).
* "What Atkins Could Mean for People with
Mental Illness," 33 New Mexico L. Rev 293
(2003) (symposium). m "The Poverty
Exception to the Fourth Amendment," 55
Fla. L. Rev 391 (2003) (symposium issue for
LatCritVI Conference). "Pragmatic
Forensic Psychology: A Means of
'Scientizing' Testimony from Mental Health
Professionals?," 9 Psychology, Pub. Pol. & L.


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275 (2003) (symposium). m "An Empirically
Based Comparison of American and
European Police Investigative Techniques,"
Adversarial v Inquisitorial Techniques:
Psychological Perspectives on Criminal
Justice Systems 27 (Kluwer, 2003, republica-
tion) (Peter J. Koppel & Stephen D. Penrod,
eds.). m I...I ..I..- -'s Challenge: ABA
Creates Standards for Electronic and Physical
Surveillance," 18 ABA Criminal Justice
Magazine 5 (2003) (with Martin Marcus). m
Criminal Procedure -Regulation ofPolice
Investigation: Legal, Historical, Empirical
and Comparative Materials (Reed
Elsevier/Michie Co., 3rd ed., 2002). m
"Public Privacy: Camera Surveillance and the
Right to Anonymity," 72 Miss. L. J 213
(2002) (symposium). m "Peeping Techno-
Toms and the Fourth Amendment: Seeing
Through Kyllo's Rules Governing
Technological Surveillance," 86 Minn. L.
Rev 1393 (2002) (symposium). m "The
Hartman Hotz Lecture -Race-Based
Defenses: The Insights of Traditional
Analysis," 54 Ark. L. Rev. 739 (2002). m
"Police Procedures," The Oxford Companion
to American Law 614 (Oxford Press, 2002,
Kermit Hall, ed.) "Eyewitness
Identification," The Encyclopedia of Crime
and Justice 661 (Westgroup, 2002) (Joshua
Dressier, ed.). m "Insanity and Diminished
Capacity," Scientific Evidence Manual 237
(Westgroup, 2d ed., 2001) (D. Faigman et al.,
eds.) (with Norman Poythress & Kirk
Heilbrun). m "An Empirically-Based
Comparison of American and European
Regulatory Approaches to Police
Investigation," 22 Mich. J Int'l L. 423
(2001). m "Psychiatric Evidence in Criminal
Trials: A Twenty-Five Year Retrospective,"
Mental Health Law in Evolution 245 (APA
Press, 2001) (Linda Frost & Richard Bonnie,
eds.). m "Directions for Future Research on
the Juvenile Justice System," 25 L. & Hum.
Beh. 13 (2001) (with Jennifer Woolard &
Mark Fondacaro). m "New Wisdom About
Old Crimes," Review of D. Shuman & A.
Smith, "Justice and the Prosecution of Old
Crimes: Balancing Legal, Psychological, and
Moral Concerns," Jurist li! .1 Iv
law.pitt.edu) (March, 2001). m Criminal
Procedure: An Analysis of Cases and
Concepts (Foundation Press, 4th ed., 2000)
(with Charles Whitebread). m "An End to
Insanity: Recasting the Role of Mental
Illness in Criminal Cases," 86 Va. L. Rev.
1199 (2000). m "The Criminal Defense
Lawyer's Fiduciary Duty to Clients with
Mental Disability," 68 Fordham L. Rev 1581
(2000) (with Amy Mashburn). m "Doubts
About Daubert: Psychiatric Anecdata as a
Case Study," 57 W & L. L. Rev 919 (2000)
(symposium). m Foreword: "Is Justice Just
Us? A Symposium on the Use of Social
Science to Inform the Substantive Criminal


Law," 26 Hofstra L. Rev 601 (2000). m
"Three Models of Liberty Deprivation: The
Contributions of Ecological Jurisprudence
and Therapeutic Jurisprudence," 18 Beh. Sci.
& L. 499 (2000) (with Mark Fondacaro)
(symposium). m "Mental Illness and the
Death Penalty," 1 Cal. Crim. L. Rev. Art 3
(2000); 24 Men. & Phys. Dis. L. Rep. 667
(2000).

BETTY W. TAYLOR
Historian; Clarence J.
TeSelle Professor
Emeritus
"A History of Race and
Gender at the University of
Florida Levin College of
Law, 1909-2001," 54 Fla.
L. Rev. 495 (2002).

MARY POE
TWITCHELL
Professor
"Why We Keep Doing
Business with Doing-
SBusiness Jurisdiction," U
Chi. L. Forum 171 (2001).


JEFFREY WADE
Director, Environmental
Division, Center for
Governmental
Responsibility
P "The Evolution of North
American Environmental
Law," 3 Revista do Centro
de Apoio Operacional as Promotorias de
Justiqa de Protegdo ao Meio Ambiente do
Estado do Parand 5 (3 J of the Operational
Support Center for Environmental
Prosecutors ofthe State ofParanC 5) (2002).
a "Environmental Crime in the United
States," 15 Fla. J Int'lL. 39 (2002). m "Law
and Policy for Water Resources Management
in Florida," 42 Revista do Curso de P6s-
Graduagdo em Direito da UFSC 135 (42 J
of the Post-Graduate Course ofLaw, Federal
University ofSanta Catarina 135) (2001).
m "U.S. Water Pollution Control: Issues and
Responses," The Future of Pollution Control
and Environmental Implementation.
Proceedings of the Fifth International
Conference on Environmental Law
I , ......e Sicoli, eds.), Sao Paulo, Brazil
(2001).

WALTER 0.
WEYRAUCH
Distinguished Professor;
Stephen C. O'Connell
Chair; Associate Director,
Center on Children and
a Families
"Private Legal Systems,"


Encyclopedia of Law and Society (2004,
Sage Publications, CA). m "Gypsies and
Travelers," Encyclopedia ofLaw and Society
(2004, Sage Publications, CA). m "I1 Diritto
Degli Zingari," Giuristi Stranieri di Oggi
(2004, Giuffr&, Milan, Italy) (A. Simoni, ed.).
m Book Review, "The Romani People: A
Long Surviving and Distinguished Culture at
Risk," 51 Am. J Com. L. 679 (2003). mDas
Recht der Roma und Sinti: Ein Beispiel
Autonomer Rectsschopfun (Vittorio
Klostermann Pub., 2002). m Gypsy Law:
Romani Legal Traditions and Culture (Univ.
Calif. Press, 2001). m "A Theory of Legal
Strategy," 49 Duke L. J 1405 (2000) (with
Lynn Lopucki). m "Nonrational Sources of
Scholarship: Remembering David Daube
(1909-1999)," 19 Rechtshistorisches J 677
(2000).

STEVEN J. WILLIS
Professor; Associate
Director, Center on
Children and Families
S"Family Law Economics,
Child Support, and Alimony:
Ruminations on Income,
Part II," 78 Fla. Bar J 34
(June 2004). m "Family Law Economics,
Child Support, and Alimony: Ruminations on
Income, Part I," 78 Fla. Bar J 34 (2004). .
Electronic Teaching Materials for Tax
Exempt Organizations (Thomson West,
2004). m The Tax Law of Charities and Other
Exempt Organizations: Cases, Materials,
Questions, and Activities and accompanying
Instructor's Manual (Thomson West, 2003)
(with Darryll K. Jones, David A. Brennen,
and Beverly I. Moran). m 2003 Statutory
Supplement to The Tax Law of Charities and
Other Exempt Organizations (Thomson West,
2003). m "It's Time for Schlude to Go," 93
Tax Notes 127 (2001). m "Show Me the
Numbers, Please," 93 Tax Notes 1391 (2001).

MICHAEL ALLAN WOLF
Richard E. Nelson Chair
in Local Government
Law; Professor
"Yes, Thankfully, Euclid
Lives," Fordham L. Rev.
1 I- I... ........ I (w ith
Charles Haar). m Powell on
Real Property (general ed., 17 vols.)
(Matthew Bender, 2004). m "Charles
Warren," Yale Biographical Dictionary of
American Law (Yale Univ. Press, forthcom-
ing). m "Leo Frank," "Emma Goldman,"
"Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.," One Hundred
Americans Making Constitutional History
(Melvin Urofsky ed.) (CQ Press, 2004). m
"Euclid Lives: The Survival of Progressive
Jurisprudence," 115 Har. L. Rev. 2158
(2002) (with Charles Haar). Also published
as Chapter 15 in 2003 Zoning and Planning


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Law Handbook (West 2003) (Patricia E.
Salkin ed.), and in Land Use and
Environment L. Rev 2003 (Westgroup)
(Stuart L. Deutsch et al. eds.). "Earning
Deference: Reflections on the Merger of
Environmental and Land-Use Law," 32 Env'l
L. Reporter 11190 (October 2002). Also pub-
lished in 20 Pace Environmental L. Rev 253
_"',' and in New Ground: The Advent of
Local Environmental Law (John R. Nolon
ed.) (Environmental Law Institute, 2003). .
Book Review, "The Lochner Court, Myth and
Reality: Substantive Due Process from the
1890s to the 1930s," 45 Am. J Legal Hist.
109 (2001). m "A New Chain of Title: The
Evolution of American Common Law in the
Nineteenth Century," I Law in History:
Evolution of Judicial Law in XIXth Century
(Catholic University of Lublin, 2000)
(Grzegorz G6rski ed.). "Taking Regulatory
Takings Personally: The Perils of
(Mis)Reasoning by Analogy," 51 Ala. L. Rev
1355 (2000). u "Fifteenth Amendment" and
"Nineteenth Amendment," Civil Rights in the
United States (MacMillan, 2000) (with
Daniel A. Wolf). "Practice, Policy, and
Pedagogy in a Mandatory Environmental Law
Course," 123 Water Air & Soil Pollution: An
Int'l J ofEnvironmental Pollution 409 (2000
(with Joel Eisen); (also published in
Environmental Challenges (Kluwer, 2000)
(Shimshon Belkin ed.). u "Environmental
Slogans for the New Millennium," 30 Env'tl
L. Reporter 10283 (April -'""'i revised and
republished in 35 Univ of Rich. L. Rev. 91
(2001).

BARBARA BENNETT
WOODHOUSE
Director, Center on
Children and Families;
Director, Family Law
Certificate Program; David
H. Levin Chair In Family
Law; Co-Director, UF Institute for Child
and Adolescent Research and Evaluation
* "Re-Visioning Rights for Children,"
Rethinking Childhood (Rutgers University
Press, 2004) (Peter B. Pufall and Richard P.
Unsworth, eds.). u Children's Rights in Gay
and Lesbian Families: A Child-Centered
Perspective in Child, Family and State
(Nomos XLIV) (NYU Press, 2003) (Stephen
Macedo & Iris Young, eds.). "Enhancing
Children's Participation in Policy Formation,"


45 Ariz. L. Rev 751 (2003). "Speaking
Truth to Power: Challenging the Power of
Parents to Control the Education of Their
Own," 11 CornellJ L. Pub. Pol. 481 (2002).
* "Talking About Children's Rights in
Judicial Custody and Visitation Decision-
Making," 36 Family L. Quart 105 (2002). .
"Making Poor Mothers Fungible: Child
Welfare Reform and the Privatization of
Foster Care," Unequal Power Unequal Care:
Careworkfor Children and Youth in Diverse
Settings (Routlege Press, 2002). u "Youthful
Indiscretions: Culture, Class, Status, and the
Passage to Adulthood," 51 DePaul L. Rev.
743 (2002). u "Horton Looks at the ALI
Principles," 4 J L & Family Studies 151
(2002). u "Child Abuse, the Constitution and
the Legacy of Pierce V. Society of Sisters," 78
Detroit Mercy L. Rev. 479 (2001). u "Troxel
V. Granville: Implications for At Risk
Children and the Amicus Curiae Role of
University-Based Centers for Children," 32
Rutgers-Camden L. J 857 (2001). u "Child-
Centered, Vertically-Integrated, and
Interdisciplinary: An Integrative Approach to
Children's Policy, Practice and Research," 40
Fam. Ct. Rev. 116 (2001). "Children's
Rights," Youth and the Law (Plenum Press,
2001, Susan White, ed.). m "Dred Scott's
Daughters: Nineteenth Century Urban Girls at
the Intersection of Race and Patriarchy," 48
Buff L. Rev 669 (2000). u "The Status of
Children: A Story of Emerging Rights,"
Cross-Currents: Family Law in England and
the United States (Oxford Univ. Press, 2000).
* "The Adoption and Safe Families Act: A
Major Shift in Child Welfare Law and
Policy," International Survey of Family Law
(Family Law Pubs., 2000). Keynote
Address, Symposium on Legal Reform and
Children's Human Rights, 14 St. John's J
Leg. Commentary 331 (2000).

CLAUDIA WRIGHT
Director, Gator
TeamChild /Juvenile Law
Clinic; Legal Skills
Professor; Associate
Director, Center on
Children and Families
"Representation of
Children in a Unified Family Court System in
Florida," U Fla. J L. and Pub. Pol'y (Spring
2003). u "The Value of High Quality,
Comprehensive Information to Decision-


makers in Juvenile Cases," Fla. B. J (2003)
(with Thomas Oakland).

DANAYA C. WRIGHT
Professor
t "The Logic and
Experience of Law:
Lawrence v. Texas and the
Politics of Privacy," 15 Fl.
J of Law & Pub. Pol'y 423
(2004). "Untying the
Knot: An Analysis of English Divorce and
Matrimonial Causes Court Records," 1858,
38 Univ ofRichmond L. Rev 903 (2004). .
"Well-Behaved Women Don't Make History:
Rethinking Family, Law, And History
Through an Analysis of the First Nine Years
of the English Divorce and Matrimonial
Causes Court ( I .' I ....* Wis. Women's L.
J (2004). t "A New Time For Denominators:
Toward A Dynamic Theory Of Property In
Regulatory Takings' Relevant Parcel
Analysis," 34 Environmental L. (2004). t
"Shaken, Not Stirred: Has Tahoe-Sierra
Settled or Muddied the Regulatory Takings
Waters?" 32 Envt'l L. Reports 11177 (2002)
(with Nissa Laughner). t "The Crisis of Child
Custody: A History of the Birth of Family
Law in England," 11 Colum. J Gender & L.
175 (2002). t "Eminent Domain, Exactions,
and Railbanking: Can Recreational Trails
Survive the Court's Fifth Amendment
Jurisprudence?" 26 Colum. J Envt'l L. 399
(2001). t "Foreword: Toward a Multicultural
Theory of Property," 12 Fla. J L. & Pub.
Pol'y 1 (2001). m "The "Anti-Boomer Effect:
Property Rights, Regulatory Takings, and a
Welfare Model of Land Ownership," 6 Aust.
J Leg Hist. 1 (2000). "Pipes, Wires, and
Bicycles: Rails-To-Trails, Utility Licenses,
and the Shifting Scope of Railroad Easements
from the Nineteenth to the Twenty-First
Centuries," 27 Eco. L. Q. (2000) (with Jeffrey
M. Hester).

JENNIFER ZEDALIS
Director, Trial Practice;
Legal Skills Professor;
Coordinator, Gerald T.
Bennett Prosecutor/Public
Defender CLE Course
t "Re-thinking Your
Practice Habits -Seven
Ways to be a Better Lawyer in the Criminal
Courts," 33 Fla. Crim. L. J (2003). D


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* CONFERENCESISYMPOSIA
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Fourth Richard E. Nelson Symposium, Feb. II, 2005, Hilton University of Florida Conference Center, Gainesville, Fla. Organized by
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Fourth Annual Law & Technology Conference, Feb. 24-25, 2005, Sheraton World Resort, Orlando, Fla. Organized by Intellectual Property
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Public Interest Environmental Conference, Feb. 24-26, 2005, University of Florida J. Wayne Reitz Union, Gainesville, Fla. Organized by
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Center on Children & Families Annual Conference, "Multi-disciplinary Collaboration: What Does It Mean and How Does It Work?,"
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