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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
    Introduction
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    Construction complete on library and classroom expansion and renovation
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    Recent books and casebooks
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    Faculty scholarship
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Significant Impact


A truly great law school is marked by the influence it exerts in the world out-
side campus: its faculty, students and alumni engage in scholarly debate on the
law and shape public opinion and policy locally, nationally and globally. More
than ever before, the faculty of the Fredric G. Levin College of Law are making
their mark.
Over the past three years, faculty members published 68 books (including
treatises and casebooks), contributed chapters or other material to another 63
books, and wrote 234 articles published in law reviews including 13 articles
in the nation's top 20 law reviews. Faculty work has been cited in courts at all
levels thousands of times, including dozens of recent citations by federal courts
and several by the U.S. Supreme Court.
The faculty also are doing their part to educate the public about legal issues.
In the first seven months of 2005 alone, UF's faculty appeared in more than 150
different news reports in media outlets such as The New York Times, CNN, Newsweek and National Public Radio. These
numbers tell only part of the story. From mediating international disputes to providing counsel for homeless people here in
Gainesville, our faculty make an impact on a wide array of issues at all scales of human interaction.
As associate dean for faculty development, it is my honor to speak on behalf of our faculty this year and to present to you
this record of scholarship produced at the Levin College of Law since 2002.
Lyrissa Barnett Lidsky
Associate Dean for Faculty Development, UF Research Foundation Professor


To list just a few examples of our faculty's impact on both academia and public policy:


* Professor Juan Francisco Perea's casebook, Race and
Races: Cases and Resources for a Diverse America (with
Delgado, Harris, and Wildman), broke new ground in legal
scholarship by examining how the law affected and affects
all major racial groups in the United States. The book
has been used at 48 law schools throughout the country.
Perea's scholarship also has been influential in public
policy arenas: he has testified before the U.S. Senate as
an opponent of Official English legislation and before the
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights regarding his proposals
to remedy national origin discrimination. In July 2004, he
participated in the National Forum on Education Policy
sponsored by the Education Commission of the United
States. Perea's articles on race and the law have appeared
in some of the nation's most respected journals, including
Harvard Law Review, California Law Review, UCLA Law
Review and Minnesota Law Review.
* Professor Christopher Slobogin's work on search and
seizure, mental health law, and juvenile law has been
referenced in more than 1,000 law review articles and
close to 100 judicial decisions. He was cited this year in
the dissent in Roper v. Simmons, the U.S. Supreme Court
decision overturning the juvenile death penalty. (Slobogin


also co-authored, with Center on Children and Families
Director Barbara Bennett Woodhouse and others, an
amicus brief in the case.) Slobogin is perhaps best known
for his work on mental health issues in the criminal justice
system, which began with drafting legislation in Virginia
concerning the evaluation of defendants with mental
disabilities in the early 1980s and will culminate in a book
to be published by Harvard University Press this year. He
served as reporter for the American Bar Association's Task
Force on Non-Responsibility for Crime and the ABA Task
Force on Technologically-Assisted Physical Surveillance,
both of which produced standards adopted by the ABA's
House of Delegates. In 2004, he was named chair of the
Florida Committee on Implementation of the ABA's
Moratorium on the Death Penalty, and he is currently
chairing an ABA committee working on standards dealing
with mental illness and the death penalty.
* David H. Levin Professor Barbara Bennett Woodhouse,
director of the Center on Children and Families, is one
of the nation's foremost advocates for the legal rights of
children. She has authored or co-authored amicus briefs in
many high-profile court cases relating to children, including
Roper v. Simmons, in which the U.S. Supreme Court
overturned the juvenile death penalty, and Lofton v. Florida






REPORT FROM THE FACULTY


J. F. Perea C. Slobogin


B. Woodhouse


Department of Children and Families, which challenged the
state's ban on gay adoption. She is now working with leaders
of First Star, a Washington, D.C.-based children's advocacy
group, to establish a "Multidisciplinary Center of Excellence"
at the Levin College of Law to teach child advocacy skills to
lawyers, judges, doctors and others who deal with children
in the judicial system. She has promoted a child-centered
approach in her work with agencies such as the Children's
Bureau and Bi-Partisan Congressional Roundtable and the
ABA Committee on the Rights of the Child.
* Assistant Professor Christopher Peterson's research is
changing the way America views payday loans and other
forms of "fringe" banking. His book, Taming the Sharks:
Toward a Cure for the High-Cost Credit Market, has been
honored by the American College of Financial Services
Lawyers for sounding the alarm about high-interest loans. In
2005, he co-authored an empirical study proving that payday
lenders cluster their offices around military bases, targeting
soldiers for high-cost loans. Before the study even saw print,
Peterson's results generated interest around the country and
were featured on the front page of The New York Times and
in other prominent media outlets. The study is now being
circulated among members of Congress who want federal
legislation to place new limits on sub-prime lending, and has
generated interest from Florida's attorney general. Peterson
was most recently featured on ABC News to discuss price
gouging in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
* In addition to his role as editor of the widely-used text
Powell on Real Property, Richard E. Nelson Professor
Michael Allan Wolf is often sought out by the news media
for expert opinion on legal issues affecting public policy.
In Summer 2005 alone, he delivered a commentary on the
Supreme Court nomination of John Roberts for National
Public Radio's "All Things Considered," penned an opinion
piece on recent court rulings on the Ten Commandments for
the Miami Herald, and was quoted in newspapers around the
country on Kelo v. New London, the much-debated ruling
on eminent domain. As organizer of the Richard E. Nelson
Symposium Series in 2004, he brought leaders and critics
of the outdoor advertising industry to Gainesville to address
the benefits and constitutional pitfalls of billboard law. In
November 2005, he will gather leading legal experts for a


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similar discussion of Kelo and its effects on homeowners
and local governments. His scholarship on regulatory takings
has been published in leading journals such as Harvard Law
Review and Fordham Law Review, and he is the editor of,
and contributor to, along with UF law faculty colleagues
Mary Jane Angelo and Alyson Flournoy, an upcoming
volume of essays exploring alternative legal grounds for
defending the environment.
* Professor Katheryn Russell-Brown, director of the Center
for the Study of Race and Race Relations, speaks out on
a topic of concern to tens of millions of Americans: racial
stereotypes about crime. She has written two books on the
subject Underground Codes: Race, Crime and Related
Fires, and The Color of Crime and her work was cited by
Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens in the 1995 Harris
v. Alabama opinion. She also has been sought out by the
national news media to debunk misconceptions about crime
rates among people of color. She was quoted by MSNBC
and other national news media, for example, on the "runaway
bride" hoax, in which a white woman falsely claimed to have
been kidnapped by a Hispanic man and a white woman.
* Ed Rood Eminent Scholar Jerold Israel is one of the
nation's most respected authorities on criminal law and
procedure, and his work has been cited more than 550 times
in federal courts and 1,800 times by state courts. He is
co-author of Modern Criminal Procedure, now in its 11th
edition, a coursebook used by more than 100 law schools and
an estimated 450,000-plus students over the years. He also
co-authored Criminal Procedure Treatise, one of the most
widely-cited texts on procedure. Over the past three years, he
has edited or authored nine books on criminal procedure.
* Michael Gordon, John H. and Mary Lou Dasburg Professor
in Corporate Law, is widely recognized as a leading expert in
international law. He has been appointed to North American
Free Trade Agreement and World Trade Organization dispute
panels, and served as a lecturer for the Council on Foreign
Relations in the U.S. and for the State Department in more
than a dozen countries. A prolific scholar, his recent books
include Principles of International Business Transactions,
International Business Transactions: A Problem Oriented
Coursebook, and NAFTA: A Problem-Oriented Coursebook.




















J. Little


* A member of the law school's respected Graduate Tax
faculty, Professor Patricia Dilley is an important voice
in the ongoing debate about the future of Social Security.
Dilley who served as a Congressional aide during the
Social Security crisis of the early 1980s has traveled
the country to appear in panel discussions on the issue,
including recent conferences sponsored by Congresswoman
Susan Davis (Calif.) and Congressman Jim Davis (Fla.). She
is often sought out by the news media for her opinions on
Social Security, pension plans, and related topics.
* Assistant Professor Mark Fenster is building a body of
respected scholarship on federal constitutional property
protections and zoning and planning law. His most recent
article, appearing in California Law Review, explores the
effects of past U.S. Supreme Court decisions on conditional
land use approvals by local governments in their dealings
with property owners and developers. While in law school,
Fenster wrote Conspiracy Theories: Secrecy and Power.
His more recent work in this area focuses on the role open
government laws play in discouraging conspiracy theories.


* Legal Skills Professor Joseph Jackson is one of the many
law faculty who devote significant amounts of time to pro
bono work. From providing legal counsel to homeless
individuals, to defending the right of service providers to
distribute food and clothing, to lobbying local government
officials for needed facilities and humane policies, Jackson
has been a vigorous advocate for those in need. In October
2004 he was named Outstanding Advocate by the Florida
Coalition for the Homeless, and in April 2005 was honored
with the Florida Bar President's Pro Bono Service Award.
* Alumni Research Scholar and Professor Joseph Little is
a former Gainesville mayor, and reporters across Florida
and the nation refer to him for expert commentary on
government policy and political issues. He also has authored
significant textbooks on Florida constitutional law and
has been a major player in recent debates about proposed
amendments to the state constitution. In 2005, law students
elected him Professor of the Year in recognition of his
dedication and commitment to teaching.


This is a gratifying and rewarding time to be part of the University of Florida Levin College of Law. We have
completed our $25 million-plus construction project and are utilizing our modern, spacious new facilities; our new
president, Bernie Machen, is demonstrating exceptional support and allocating significant resources for faculty at
our university; and, by nearly all measures, our already good institution and superb faculty grow stronger every year
I am proud to be a member of this highly productive and energetic community
of scholars. The pages that follow showcase faculty scholarship since 2002, but I
note this represents only part of their work in academia, public service and the
legal profession. They also host conferences and symposia, for example, in such
diverse areas as transformative mediation, law and technology, race and race rela-
tions, children and families, growth management, professionalism, and global trade,
and organize or participate in many other events hosted here on a regular basis.
I hope you will be able to join us as a speaker or guest at one of these activi-
ties, so you can witness in person what we are now able to offer our students,
faculty and profession.
Robert H.Jerry, II, Dean, and Levin, Mabie and Levin Professor


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Construction Complete on Library and

Classroom Expansion and Renovation


Thanks to support from Levin College of
Law alumni and friends, UF law faculty, staff and
students enjoy a legal learning setting second to
none. The Lawton Chiles Legal Information Center
is named in honor of the late 1955 UF law graduate,
Florida governor and U.S. senator, and is now the
largest academic law library in the Southeast and
among the top 20 of more than 180 such facilities in
the U.S. in terms of space. Located on the wooded
western border of the UF campus, the law school is
now housed in state-of-the-art facilities that include
a greatly expanded library and two new education
towers with modem, comfortable classrooms,
including the Chesterfield Smith Ceremonial
Classroom, which seats up to 160 for conferences,
receptions and special sessions.
As one student put it, "the quality of the law
school's physical appearance matches the quality
of education a student receives here. The facilities
are spacious, bright and ready to take us into the
future."
Or, according to a faculty member, "We have
moved from having some of the nation's worst
facilities to having some of the very best."
Most classrooms offer technology such
as wireless Internet access, outlets for laptop
computers, and "smart podia" for presentations.
Faculty members easily incorporate web-based or
multi-media instruction into the classroom.

LAWTON CHILES LEGAL
INFORMATION CENTER
Renovating and expanding the college's library
was the heart of a $25 million construction project
completed in Summer 2005. Blending the tradition
of the past with the technology of the future, the
library offers rare books and historic displays
alongside high speed data ports and ergonomic
study areas.
The library is headed by Kathleen Price,
former Law Librarian of Congress and director of
law libraries at New York, Duke and Minnesota
universities and now the Clarence J. TeSelle
Professor of Law and associate dean for library and
technology at UF.
As the laboratory and social heart of the law
school, the Lawton Chiles Legal Information
",. i Center houses more than 600,000 volumes in open
stack displays. Students also have access to 3.5









million-plus volumes in UF libraries and 43
million titles held by libraries throughout
the world as well as databases that provide
access to federal and state laws, periodicals,
news articles and background materials.
The information is accessible in all formats,
with staff able to deliver it to the desktops of
faculty and students. Features of the 100,000
square-foot library include:
* An archway (at top left) that replicates the
entrance to Bryan Hall, home to the UF
law school from 1914-1969, and opens
up to the spacious Stephen C. O'Connell
Supreme Court Reading Room, named
for the first UF law alumnus to serve as
president of the University of Florida. The
room offers leather arm chairs and floor-to-
ceiling views of azaleas and moss-draped
oak trees.
* An open reserve area that gives students
direct access to exams and study aids.
* Special facilities for tax students, including
the Richard B. Stephens Tax Research
Center named for the co-founder and
first director of the school's nationally
prominent Graduate Tax Program
70 designated study carrels, a graduate
lounge, meeting room, and offices for the
Florida Tax Review.
* More than 300 individual study carrels
equipped for wireless computer usage,
with playback carrels available for review
of taped classes, negotiations and trial
skills.
* Seating for another 300 students
throughout the facilities.
Thirteen conference rooms that hold up
to a dozen students for team study and
research.
* A dedicated classroom for training
students in new research databases and
other computer instruction.
* A student production lab and faculty
instructional technology lab for state-of-
the-art media use.
* Displays of faculty writings and special
collections in a paneled rare book room.
* A meditation/lactation room that
recognizes personal needs of a diverse
student body.









Recent Books and Casebooks


* DENNIS A. CALFEE: Federal Estate and Gift Taxation and
accompanying instructor's manual and study problems (Warren,
Gorham and Lamont, 8th Ed., 2002) (with Richard B. Stephens,
Guy B. Maxfield, Stephen A. Lind and Robert B. Smith).
* BILL CHAMBERLIN: The Law of Public Communication
(Allyn and Bacon, 2005 Ed.; Longman Publishers USA, 1988-
2004 Eds.; and periodic updates).
* STUART R. COHN: Florida Business Laws Annotated:
Commentary, Cases and Forms (2003-04 Eds.). Securities
Counseling for New and Developing Countries (West Group,
2003-02 Eds., and annual updates).
* NANCY E. DOWD: 11 . .' f Children, Culture and
Violence (Ed., Sage Publications, forthcoming 2006) (with
Dorothy Singer and Robin Fretwell Wilson). Feminist Legal
Theory: An Anti-Essentialist Reader (Ed., NYU Press, 2002)
(with Michelle Jacobs).
* MICHAEL K. FRIEL: Taxation of Individual Income
(LexisNexis, 7th Ed., 2004) (with Martin Burke). Modem
Estate Planning (LexisNexis, 2nd Ed., 2002) (with Martin
Burke and Elaine Gagliardi).
* MICHAEL W. GORDON: Principles ofInternational
Business Transactions (West Group, 2005) (with Folsom and
Spanogle). International Business Transactions: A Problem
Oriented Coursebook, with documents supplement and
teacher's manual (West Group, 8th Ed., 2005) (with Folsom,
Spanogle and Fitzgerald). NAFTA and Free Trade in the
Americas: A Problem-Oriented Coursebook, with documents
supplement and teacher's manual (West Group, 2nd Ed.,
2005) (with Folsom and Gantz). International Civil Dispute
Resolution: A Problem-Oriented Coursebook, with documents
supplement and teacher's manual (West Group, 2004) (with
Baldwin, Brand and Epstein). International Business
Transactions in a Nutshell (West Group, 7th Ed., 2004) (with
Folsom and Spanogle). International Trade and Economic
Relations in a Nutshell (West Group, 3rd Ed., 2004) (with
Folsom and Spanogle).
* JEFFREY L. HARRISON: Regulation andDeregulation
(2nd Ed., 2004) (with Verkuil and Morgan). Understanding
Antitrust and its Economic Implications (4th Ed., 2003) (with
E.T. Sullivan). Law and Economics: Cases, Materials, and
Behavioral Perspectives (2002). Law and Economics in a
Nutshell (3rd Ed., 2003) (translations in Japanese and Korean).
* BERTA ESPERANZA HERNANDEZ-TRUYOL: Moral
Imperialism: A Critical Anthology (Ed., NYU Press, 2002).
* DAVID M. HUDSON: Federal Income Tax (9th Ed., 2004)
(with Stephen A. Lind).
* THOMAS R. HURST: Cases and Materials on
Corporations (Lexis/Nexis, 2nd Ed., 2005) (with William A.
Gregory). Cases and Materials on Unincorporated Business
Associations (Westgroup, 2nd Ed., 2002) (with William A.
Gregory).
* JEROLD H. ISRAEL: Modem Criminal Procedure (West
Group, llth Ed., 2005; and 10th Ed. 2002) (with Kamisar,
LaFave and King). Advanced Criminal Procedure (West
Group, 11th Ed., 2005) (with Kamisar, LaFave and King). *
Basic Criminal Procedure (West Group, 11th Ed., 2005) (with
Kamisar, LaFave and King). Criminal Procedure and the
Constitution (West Group, 1999-2005 Eds.) (with Kamisar and


LaFave). White Collar Crime in a Nutshell (West Group, 3rd
Ed., 2004) (with Podgor). Principles of Criminal Procedure:
Investigation (West Group, 2004) (with LaFave and King). *
Principles of Criminal Procedure: Post-Investigation (West
Group, 2004) (with LaFave and King). Criminal Procedure
Hornbook (West Group, 4th and 3rd Eds., 2004 and 2000) (with
Lafave and King). White Collar Crime: Law and Practice
(West Group, 2nd Ed., 2003) (with Borman, Henning and
Podgor).
* MICHELLE S. JACOBS: Feminist Legal Theory: An Anti-
Essentialist Reader (NYU Press, 2002) (Ed., with Nancy E.
Dowd).
* ROBERT H. JERRY, II: Materials on I ...... Wealth
Management (Thomson West, 2005) (contributing author). *
Understanding Insurance Law XXXI, 1171 (Lexis Publishing,
Inc., 3rd Ed., 2002).
* CLIFFORD A. JONES: Competition Policy in the Global
Trading System (2002) (Ed., with M. Matsushita).
* CALLY JORDAN: 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).
* CHRISTINE A. KLEIN: Natural Resources Law: A Place-
Based Book of Problems and Cases (Aspen Publishers, 2005)
(with Federico Cheever and Bret C. Birdsong).
* LYRISSA BARNETT LIDSKY: Mass Media Law: Cases
and Materials (7th Ed., 2005) (with Marc Franklin and David
A. Anderson) (together with update memo for 2005). Freedom
of the Press: A Reference Guide to the U.S. Constitution (2004).
* JOSEPH W. LITTLE: Worker's Compensation (Revised
Ed., 2005) (with Eaton and Smith).
* LAWRENCE LOKKEN: Federal Taxation of Income,
Estates and C(r Vol. 3 and 4 (Warren Gorham and Lamont,
Revised 3rd Ed., 2003 and 2005) (with Boris I. Bittker). *
Federal Taxation of Employee Compensation (Warren Gorham
and Lamont, 2005) (with Boris I. Bittker). Fundamentals
ofInternational Taxation (Warren Gorham and Lamont,
2005/2006 Ed.) (with Boris I. Bittker).
* PEDRO A. MALAVET: America's Colony: The Political
and Cultural Colflicr Between the United States and Puerto
Rico (NYU Press, 2004).
* PAUL R. MCDANIEL: Introduction to United States
International Taxation (Aspen, 5th Ed., 2005). Federal
Income Taxation (Foundation Press, 5th Ed., 2004) (with
McMahon, Simmons, and Abreu). Federal Wealth Transfer
Taxation (Foundation Press, 5th Ed., 2003) (with Repetti and
Caron).
* MARTIN J. MCMAHON, JR.: Federal Income Taxation,
Cases and Materials and accompanying class discussion
problems (Foundation Press, 5th Ed., 2004) (with Paul
McDaniel, Dan Simmons and Alice Abreu). Federal Income
Taxation of Individuals and accompanying instructor's manual
and study problems (Warren, Gorham and Lamont, 3rd Ed.,
2002, and semi-annual supplements) (with Boris I. Bittker and
Lawrence A. Zelenak).
* LARS NOAH: Law, Medicine, and Medical Technology:
Cases and Materials (Foundation Press, 2002) (with Barbara A.
Noah).


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* WILLIAM H. PAGE: Kintner's Federal Antitrust Law, U MICHAEL L. SEIGEL: Improbable Events: Murder at
11 vols. and supplements (forthcoming 2005) (with John Ellenton Hall, (iUniverse, 2005).
Lopatka and Joseph Bauer). Kintner's Federal Antitrust Law: U CHRISTOPHER SLOBOGIN: Minding Justice: Laws
Practices Prohibited by the Sherman Act (2nd Ed., 2002) (with that Deprive People with Mental Disability of Life and Li .
Joseph P. Bauer). (Harvard University Press, 2005). Law and the Mental Health
* JUAN FRANCISCO PEREA: Race and Races: Cases and System: Civil and Criminal Aspects (4th Ed., 2004) (with
Resources for a Diverse America (2nd Ed., forthcoming 2006) Reisner and Rai). Criminal Procedure Regulation of Police
(with Richard Delgado, Angela Harris, Jean Stefancic and Investigations: Legal, Historical, Empirical and Comparative
Stephanie Wildman). Materials (Reed-Elsevier/Michie Co., 3rd Ed., 2002).
* DON C. PETERS: Paper-C .... Types: The Myers- U WALTER O. WEYRAUCH: Das Recht derRoma
Briggs and Law (forthcoming 2005). und Sinti: Ein Beispiel Autonomer Rectsschopfun (Vittorio
* CHRISTOPHER L. PETERSON: Taming the Sharks: Klostermann Pub., 2002).
Towards a Cure for the High-Cost Credit Market (Univ. of U STEVEN J. WILLIS: Tax Accounting (West, 2005).
Akron Press, 2004). Electronic Teaching Materials for Tax Exempt Organizations
* TERESA J. RAMBO: Judicial Opinion Writing (Horida (Thomson West, 2004). Financial Calculations for
College of Advanced Judicial Studies, 2002). Lawyers, with electronic calculators (Book World Publishers, m S
* DAVID M. RICHARDSON: Federal Tax Procedure 2004). The Tax Law of Charities and Other Exempt
(Matthew Bender Graduate Tax Series, 2005) (with Jerome Organizations: Cases, Materials, Questions, and Activities,
Borison and Steve Johnson). with accompanying instructor's manual (Thomson West, 2003)
* SHARON E. RUSH: Huck Finn's 'Hidden' Lessons: (with Darryll K. Jones, David A. Brennen, and Beverly I.
Teaching and Learning Across the Color Line (Rowman and Moran).
Littlefield, forthcoming 2006). U MICHAEL ALLAN WOLF: *-. *.... for Environmental
* KATHERYN RUSSELL-BROWN: Protecting Our Own: Success in an Uncertain Judicial Climate (ELI, 2005) (with
Race, Crime, and African Americans (forthcoming 2006). contributions by Mary Jane Angelo and Alyson Hournoy).
Underground Codes: Race, Crime and Related Fires (New Powell on Real Property (General Ed., 17 vols.) (Matthew
York University Press, 2004). Bender, 2004).





New Faculty

The Levin College of Law welcomed four new faculty members this fall. Assistant
Professor and ICAIR Executive Director Andrea Matwyshyn earned her B.A., M.A.,
J.D. and Ph.D. from Northwestern University, where she also was a Fulbright Founda
tion Certified Senior Specialist candidate. Her research focuses on the legal and social
implications of technology regulation and data security. She is an of the Centre
for Economics and Policy at the University of Cambridge, and regularly speaks to
academic and industry groups on issues of enterprise risk management, information
technology, and the security of proprietary information. At UF, Matwyshyn is teaching
about issues related to legal technology

Assistant Professor Elizabeth A. Rowe, a Harvard Law School graduate (with a bachelors and masters degree from UF), was a partner in the
litigation department at Boston-based Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale & Dorr and served as a special assistant district attorney in Boston. She taught
most recently at Florida Coastal School of Law and previously at Boston University and Harvard University. Her research focuses on intellectual
property and business issues, including areas such as theft of trade secrets in the workplace. At UF, she is teaching trademarks and patents.

Assistant Professor Michael Siebecker earned his B.A. from Yale University and a j.D., LL.M. and M.Phil from Columbia, where he remains
a Ph.D. candidate. He spent four years at the New York firm of Cravath, Swain & Moore before becoming a professor at Hofstra University School
of Law, where he conducted research on the intersection of law and political theory, particularly as they relate to securities regulation, business
organizations and the Internet. He also represented a group of socially responsible investment firms as amicus curiae in Nike v. Kasky, a commercial
speech case decided by the U.S. Supreme Court. Siebecker is teaching corporate law at UF

Assistant Professor Lee-ford Tritt earned his B.A. from University of the South, and hisj.D. and LL.M. from New York University. As an estates
and trusts associate at the NewYork City firms Davis Polk & Wardwell and Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCoy, he worked on sophisticated estate,
tax and property matters while teaching as an adjunct professor at Pace University School of Law. He is teaching estates and trusts at UF and also
serves as associate director for the Center on Children and Families and assistant director of the Center for Estate and Elder Law Planning













Faculty Scholarship


Significant faculty scholarship since 2002. Compiled byAssociate Dean for Faculty Development Lyrissa Barnett Lidsky
Complete faculty publication lists and resumes are online at www.lawufl.edu/faculty/.


MARYJANE ANGELO
Assistant Professor
"Crouching Textualist, Hidden
Intentionalist: Reclaiming Our Stolen
'Green Destiny' Out of the Judicial
Sparring Over the Interpretation of Environmental
Statutes," Strategies for Environmental Success in
an Uncertain Judicial Climate (ELI, 2005) (Michael
Wolf, Ed.). "Silent Spring Redux: Redressing the
Failure of Environmental Law to Protect Birds and
Their Habitat," Natural Resources and Environment
(ABA, 2005) (Anthony J. Cotter, Ed.).

ETHOMAS T. ANKERSEN
Director, Conservation Clinic and
Costa Rica Law Program;
Legal Skills Professor
"Bioregional and Conservation
Planning on Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula," Futures
J. (2004) (with Steven A. Mack). "Inside the
Polygon: Emerging Community Tenure Systems
and Forest Resource Extraction," Working Forests
in the Tropics: Conservation through Sustainable
Management (Columbia Press, 2004) (Zarin and
Schmink, Eds.) (with Grenville Barnes). "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 and Wiewel, Eds.) (with Nicole Kibert). *
"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 du Droit de l'Entreprise, Montpellier
* "Money Laundering Countermeasures with Primary
Focus on Terrorism and the USA Patriot Act of
2001," 3 Current Developments in Monetary and
Financial Law 301 (International Monetary Fund,
2005). "Can Law Enforcement Agencies Make
a Dent in Terrorists Financing?" Royal Canadian
Mounted Police Gazette (2005). "The Rule of Law,
Terrorism, and Countermeasures, Including the USA
Patriot Act of 2001," 16 Fla. J. Int'l L. 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 R., 218 (Univ. of London, Henry


Stewart Pub'l, 2004.). "The Financing of Terror in
the Age of the Internet: Willful Blindness, Greed or a
Political Statement?" 8 J. Money Laundering Control
127 (2004). "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 Affi, li
(2003). "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). "Organized
Crime, Terrorism and Money Laundering in the
Americas," 15 Fla. J. Int'l L. 3 (2002).


SDENNIS A. CALFEE
Professor; Alumni Research Scholar
Federal Estate and Gift Taxation
and accompanying instructor's
manual and study problems (Warren,
Gorham and Lamont, 8th Ed., 2002) (with Richard
B. Stephens, Guy B. Maxfield, Stephen A. Lind and
Robert B. Smith).


BILL CHAMBERLIN
Affiliate Professor; Joseph L.
Brechner Eminent Scholar of Mass
Communications
"The Marion Brechner Citizen Access
Project," Communication and Law: Multidisciplinary
Approaches to Research (Lawrence Erlbaum
Associates, 2005) (Amy Reynolds and Brooke
Barnett, Eds.) (with Cristina Popescu and Michael
Weigold) The Law of Public Communication
(Allyn and Bacon, 2005 Ed.; Longman Publishers
USA, 1988-2004 Eds. and periodic updates). *
"Personally-Identifiable Information in Federal
Agency Databases: The Derivative Use Analysis in
FOIA Privacy Exemption Cases," 12 Wm. and Mary
Bill Rts. J. 1 (2003).


SJONATHAN R. COHEN
Professor; Associate Director,
Institute for Dispute Resolution
"A Taxonomy of Dispute Resolution
Ethics," Handbook ofDispute
Resolution (2005) (Robert Bordone and Michael
Moffitt, Eds.). "The Culture of Legal Denial,"
84 Nebraska L. Rev. (2005). "The Immorality of
Denial," 79 Tulane Law Rev. 903 (2005). "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 (. Debate (Berkeley
Hills Books, 4th and 3rd Ed., 2004 and 2002) (Glenn
McGee and Arthur Caplan, Eds.); and reprinted in
Ethical Issues: Western Philosophical and Religious
Perspectives, 480-486 (Thomson Wadsworth, 2006)
(Terrence Reynolds, Ed.). "Toward Candor after
Medical Error: The First Apology Law," 5 Harvard
Health Policy Rev. 1, 21 (Spring 2004). "The Ethics
of Respect in Negotiation," What's Fair: Ethics for
Negotiators 257 (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2004)
(Carrie Menkel-Meadow and Michael Wheeler,
Eds.). "Let's Put Ourselves Out of Business: On
Respect, Responsibility and Dialogue in Dispute
Resolution," 108 Penn State L. Rev. 227 (2003).
"Adversaries? Partners? How about Counterparts?
On Metaphors in the Practice and Teaching of
Negotiation and Dispute Resolution," 20 Conflict
Resolution Quarterly 433 (2003). "The Ethics of
Respect in Negotiation," 18 Negotiation J. 2 (2002).
* "Legislating Apology: The Pros and Cons," 70 U.
Cinn. L. Rev. 3 (2002). "DR Ethics Book Brings It
All Together," 8 Dispute Resolution Magazine 4, 26
(Summer 2002).


STUART R. COHN
Associate Dean for International
Studies; Professor; Gerald A. Sohn
Scholar; Director of International
and Comparative Law Certificate
Program
* "A New Direction for African Capital Markets:
Facilitating Capital-Raising Opportunities for
Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises," United
Nations Institute for Training and Research Doc.
#20 (2004). "Potential Liability for MDandA and
8-K Disclosures and Omissions," Annual Institute
on Federal Securities. Securities Counseling for
New and Developing Companies (West Group,
2004, 2003 and 2002 eds., with annual updates).
* "The Non-Merger Virtual Merger: Is Corporate
Law Ready For Virtual Reality?," 29 Del. J. Corp.
L. 1 (2004). "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). Florida Business Laws
Annotated: Commentary, Cases and Forms (2003-04
Ed.). "The Development of Micro-Cap Securities
Markets," Sub-Saharan Africa: New Approaches
to Fostering Enterprise Growth (U.N. Institute for
Training and Research, 2002).









CHARLES W. COLLIER
Professor; Affiliate Professor
of Philosophy
"Affirmative Action and the Decline
of Intellectual Culture," 55 J. Legal
Educ. 3 (2005). "The Harsh Judgment of History:
The Terrorist Worldview and Intellectual Values,"
50:1 Dissent 62 (2003). "The Wrath of History,"
12:3 The Responsive Community 57 (2002).


E ELIZABETH DALE
Affiliate Associate Professor;
Associate Professor of History
"Getting Away With Murder,"
American Historical Review
(forthcoming 2005). "A Government of Men, Not
Laws: Reconsidering Criminal Law in America
During the Long Nineteenth Century (1790-1920),"
Cambridge History of American Law (forthcoming
2005) (Christopher Tomlins and Michael Grossberg,
Eds.).


JEFFREY DAVIS MARK A. FENSTER
Professor; Gerald A. Sohn Scholar Associate Professor
"Ending the Nonsense: The In Pari "The Opacity of Transparency,"
o eSH rThe Opacity ot Transparency,
Delicto Doctrine Has Nothing To Do 91 Iowa L. Rev. (2005). "Murray
With What is Section 541 Property Edelman and the Study of Political
of the Bankruptcy Estate," 21 Emory Bankruptcy and Legal Symbols," Critical Review (2005). *
Developments J. 519 (2005). "Fixing Florida's 'The Birth of a Logical System: Thurman Arnold
Execution Lien Law, Part Two: Florida's New and the Making of Modern Administrative Law,"
Judgment Lien on Personal Property," 54 Fla. L. Rev. 83 Oregon L. Rev. (forthcoming 2005). "Taking
119 (2002). Formalism, Regulatory Formulas: Exactions and the
Consequences of Clarity," 92 Cal. L. Rev. (2004);


EPATRICIA E. DILLEY
Professor
"Hope We Die Before We Get Old:
The Attack on Retirement," 12 Elder
L. J. 245 (2004). "Employee Stock
Ownership After Enron: Proceedings of the 2003
Annual Meeting, Association of American Law
Schools Section on Employee Benefits," 7 Empl.
Rts. and Employ. Pol'y J. 213 (2003). "Leverage,
Linkage and Leakage: Problems with the Private
Pension System and How They Should Inform the
Social Security Reform Debate," 58 Wash. and Lee
L. Rev. 1369 (Fall 2002) (with Norman Stein).


ENANCY E. DOWD
Chesterfield Smith Professor;
Co-Director, Center on Children
and Families
Handbook of Children, Culture and
Violence (Sage Publications, forthcoming 2006)
("Introduction" author and editor, with Dorothy
Singer, and Robin Fretwell Wilson). "From
Genes, Marriage, and Money to Nurture: Redefining
Fatherhood," Future of the I .... (2005) (Mark
Rothstein, Ed.). Bringing the Margin to the
Center: Comprehensive Strategies for Work/Family
Policies," 73 U. Cincinnati L. Rev. 433 (2004).
* "Race, Gender, and Work/Family Policy," 15
Washington Univ. J. of L. and Policy 219 (2004)
(Symposium Issue, The Tenth Anniversary of the
I -. and Medical Leave Act). Book Review,


Kepnnted in zj20 Zoning and planning HandbooK
and Land Use and Environment L. Rev. "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)
(C. Ray, Ed., with P. Monaghan). "Collaborative
Research with Farmworkers in Environmental
Justice," Practicing Anthropology 25 (1): 6 (2003)
(C. Ray, Ed., 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
"Regulations in Name Only: How
the Bush Administration's National
Forest Planning Rule Frees the Forest Service From
Mandatory Standards and Public Accountability,"
White Paper published by the Center for Progressive
Reform (with Margaret Clune and Robert


Sandra Berns, Women Going Backwards: Law and
(' in al .. I . .. Society (2002), 12
(G, iffii L. Rev. 149 (2003). "Law, Culture and
Family: The Transformative Power of Culture and
the Limits of Law," 78 ( .... L. Rev. 785
(2003). "Single Parent Adoption," Families by Law:
Adoption Reader (New York University Press, 2003)
(Naomi Cahn and Joan H. Hollinger Eds.). "From
Genes, Marriage and Money to Nurture: Redefining
Fatherhood," 10 Cardozo Women's L. J. 132 (2003).
* "Diversity Matters: Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in
Legal Education," 15 U. Fla. J. L. and Pub. Pol'y 11
(2002) (with Kenneth Nunn and Jane Pendergrast). *
Feminist Legal Theory: An Anti-Essentialist Reader
(NYU Press, 2002) (Ed., with Michelle Jacobs). "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.). "2001 Annual International
Survey of Family Law: United States," 16 Int'l J. L.,
Society and .. 439 (2002).


Glicksman). "Following the Court Off-Road in
SUWA," Strategies for Environmental Success in
an Uncertain Judicial Climate (ELI, 2005) (Michael
Allan Wolf, Ed.). The New Progressive Agenda
(2004) (Rena Steinzor and Chris Schroeder, Eds.,
with various co-authors). "Section 404 at Thirty-
Something: A Program in Search of a Policy,"
55 Alabama L. Rev. 607 (2004). "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: ( .. and the
Pragmatic Voice in Environmental Law (2003).
"In Search of an Environmental Ethic," 28 Colum. J.
Envt'lL. 63 (2002).

MICHAEL K. FRIEL
Associate Dean and Director,
Graduate Tax Program; Professor
Taxation ofIndividual Income
(LexisNexis, 7th Ed., 2004) (with
Martin Burke). Modem Estate Planning
(LexisNexis, 2nd Ed., 2002) (with Martin Burke and
Elaine Gagliardi).


SMICHAEL W. GORDON
John H. and Mary Lou Dasburg
Professor in Corporate Law
Principles ofInternational Business
Transactions (West Group, 2005) (with
Folsom and Spanogle). International Business
Transactions: A Problem Oriented Coursebook,
with documents supplement and teacher's manual
(West Group, 9th Ed., 2005) (with Folsom, Spanogle
and Fitzgerald). NAFTA and Free Trade in the
Americas: A Problem-Oriented Coursebook, with
documents supplement and teacher's manual (West
Group, 2nd Ed., 2005) (with Folsom and Gantz). *
International Business Transactions in a Nutshell
(West Group, 7th Ed., 2004) (with Folsom and
Spanogle). International Trade and Economic
Relations in a Nutshell (West Group, 3rd Ed., 2004)
(with Folsom and Spanogle). "North American
Integration," Encyclopedia of Law and Society:
American and Global Perspectives (2004). "Some
Observations on Procedural Tactics in Cross-
Border Tort Litigation," 14 Revista Mexicana de
Derecho Internacional Privado y Comparado 43
(2003). International Civil Dispute Resolution: A
Problem Oriented Coursebook, with accompanying
supplement and teacher's manual (West Group,
2004) (with Baldwin, Brand and Epstein). "Civil
Justice Reform in the Americas: Lessons from Spain,
Brazil, Guatemala and Mexico," 16 Fla. J. Int'l L. 1
(2003). "Thinking About Cuba: Post-Castro Cuba
Began a Decade Ago," 15 Fla. J. Int'l L. 311 (2003).
* "Money Laundering, Cybercrime and Currency
Manipulation," 11 United States-Mexico L. J. 220
(2003). "Legal Cultures of Latin America and the
United States: Conflict or Merger," 55 Fla. L. Rev.
115 (2003). "Common Law," Legal Systems of the
World (ABC-CLIO, 2002) (Herbert M. Krtizer Ed.).
* "Professor Pedro Buys a Book: Mexico, the United
States and E-Commerce" (panel discussion) 10 U.S.-
Mexico L. J. (2002).









JEFFREY L. HARRISON
Stephen C. O'Connell Professor
Regulation and Deregulation (2nd
Ed., 2004) (with Verkuil and Morgan).
Understanding Antitrust and its
Economic Implications (4th Ed., 2003) (with E.T.
Sullivan). Law and Economics: Cases, Materials,
and Behavioral Perspectives (2002). Law and
Economics in a Nutshell (3rd Ed., 2003) (translations
in Japanese and Korean). "Post-Tenure Scholarship
and its Implications," J. of Law and Public Policy
(2005). "A Positive Externalities Approach to
Copyright: Theory and Practice," J. of Intellectual
Property L. (2005). Law Faculty Ethics: Shirking,
Capture, and 'The Matrix," Detroit Mercy L. Rev.
(2005). "Beach Towels, Cherry Stems, and Silence:
Rationalizing the Allocative/Distributive Distinction
in Copyright," 32 Hofstra L. Rev. 851 (2004). *
"Socio-economics: Choice and Challenges," 41
San Diego L. Rev. 257 (2004). "The Messenger
Model: Don't Ask, Don't Tell," 71 Antitrust L. J.
1017 (2004). "Online Music Services: Antitrust and
Copyright Perspectives," The Antitrust Bulletin 465
(2002).


EBERTA ESPERANZA
HERNANDEZ-TRUYOL
Levin Mabie and Levin Professor;
Associate Director, Center on
Children and Families
* Book Review, "Law is Not Enough," Geo.
Washington Int'lL. J. (2005). "Querying
Lawrence," 65 Ohio St. L. J. 1151 (2004). "Asking
the Family Question," Fla. L. Quarterly (2005). *
"Traveling the Boundaries of Statelessness: Global
Passports and Citizenship," 52 Cleveland State L.
Rev. (2005) (with Matthew Hawk). "Globalized
Citizenship: Sovereignty, Security and Soul,"
Villanova L. Rev. (2005). "Prostitution Voluntary
Bondage? On Work, Slavery and Human Rights,"
(speech at the Global Impact of Feminist Legal
Theory Conference in San Diego, 2005). "Cuba
and Good Governance," 14 J. of Transnat'l Law and
Contemp. Problems 655 (2004). "Law and Culture:
A Cross-Constitutive Paradigm,", ..' L. Rev.
(2004). 'Traveling the Boundaries of Statelessness:
Global Passports and Citizenship," 52 Cleveland
State L. Rev. 97 (2005) (with Matthew Hawk). *
"Globalized Citizenship: Sovereignty, Security,
and Soul," Law and Globalization From Below
(2004) (Eds., Boaventura de Sousa Santos and Cesar
Rodriguez). "Cuban Democracy Act of 1992,"
Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United
States (2004). "Platt Amendment," Encyclopedia
of Latinos and Latinas in the United States (2004).
"The Rule of Law and Human Rights," Fla. J. Int'l
L. (2004). "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). "Cuban Economic Relations, Proceedings
of the Third Annual Legal and Policy Issues in the
Americas Conference," 15 Fla. J. Int'l L. 94 (2002).
* Moral Imperialism: A Critical Anthology (Ed.,
NYU Press, 2002). "Both Work and Violence:
Prostitution and Human Rights," Moral Imperialism:
A Critical Anthology 183 (Ed., NYU Press, 2002)


(with Jane Larson). "Human Rights, Globalization,
and Culture: Centering Personhood in International
Narrative," Moral Imperialism: A Critical
Anthology 353 (Ed., NYU Press, 2002) "Latinas
- Everywhere Alien: Culture, Gender, and Sex,"
Critical Race Feminism: A Reader (NYU Press,
2nd Ed., 2002) (Adrienne Wing, Ed.). "Out of the
Shadows: Traversing the Imaginary of Sameness,
Difference, and Relationalism A Human Rights
Proposal," 17 Wisc. Women's L. J. 111 (2002).


RICHARD H. HIERS
Affiliate Professor Emeritus,
Professor of Religion
S"Institutional Academic Freedom:
A Constitutional Misconception. Did
Grutter v. I. .... Perpetuate the Confusion?"
30 J. of ( ..... and Univ. L. 531 (2004). "The
Death Penalty and Due Process in Biblical Law,"
81 Univ. of Detroit L. Rev. 751 (2004). "Biblical
Social Welfare Legislation," 17 J. ofL. and
Religion 49 (2002). 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. (.....
and Univ. L. 35 (2002).


DAVID M. HUDSON
Professor; Director, LL.M. in
Comparative Law Program
The Fla. Tax Review (2002-2005,
Ed.). Federal Income Tax (9th Ed.,
2004) (with Stephen A. Lind).


THOMAS R. HURST
Professor; Samuel T. Dell Research
Scholar
"The Unfinished Business of Mutual
Fund Reform," Pace U. L. Rev. (2005).
* Cases and Materials on Corporations (Lexis/
Nexis, 2nd Ed., 2005) (with William A. Gregory).
* "Coaches' Liability for Athletes' Injuries and
Deaths," 13 Seton Hall U. J. Sport L. 27 (2003)
(with James Knight). Cases and Materials on
Unincorporated Business Associations (West Group,
2nd Ed., 2002) (with Gregory).


JEROLD H. ISRAEL
Ed Rood Eminent Scholar in Trial
Advocacy and Procedure; Professor
Modern Criminal Procedure (West
Group, 11th Ed., 2005; 10th Ed. 2002)
(with Yale Kamisar, Wayne LaFave and Nancy
King). Advanced Criminal Procedure (11th Ed.,
2005) (with Kamisar, LaFave and King). Basic
Criminal Procedure (11th Ed., 2005) (with Kamisar,
LaFave and King). Criminal Procedure and the
Constitution (West Group, 1999-2005 Eds.) (with
Kamisar and LaFave). White Collar Crime in a
Nutshell (West Group, 3rd Ed., 2004) (with Podgor).
* Principles of Criminal Procedure: Investigation
(West Group, 2004) (with LaFave and King). *
Principles of Criminal Procedure: Post-Investigation
(West Group, 2004) (with LaFave and King). *


"Seven Habits of a Highly Effective Scholar," 102
Mich. L. Rev. 1701 (2004). Criminal Procedure
Hornbook (West Group, 4th and 3rd. Eds., 2004 and
2000) (with Lafave and King). White Collar Crime:
Law and Practice (West Group, 2nd Ed., 2003)
(with Borman, Henning and Podgor). Statutory
and Documentary Supplement to White Collar
Crime (West Group, 2003) (with Borman, Henning
and Podgor). "Grand Jury," 2 Encyclopedia of
Crime and Justice 737 (West Group, 2002) (Joshua
Dressier, Ed).


MICHELLE S. JACOBS
Professor
Book Review, "Piercing the Prison
Uniform of Divisibility for Black
Female Inmates," 94 J. Crime and
Criminology 101 (2004). Feminist Legal Theory:
An Anti-Essentialist Reader (NYU Press, 2002) (Ed.,
with Nancy E. Dowd). "Requiring Battered Women
Die: Murder Liability for Mothers Under Failure to
Protect Statutes," Feminist Legal Theory: An Anti-
Essentialist Reader (NYU Press, 2002).


ROBERT H. JERRY, II
Dean; Levin Mabie and Levin
Professor
"Life and Disability Insurance,"
Materials on I ... Wealth
Management (Thomson West, 2005) (Turnier and
McCouch, Eds.) "A Brief Exploration of Space:
Some Observations on Law School Architecture," 36
Univ. of Toledo L. Rev. 85 (2004). "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 (MIT Press,
2004) (Mark A. Rothstein, Ed.). "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). Understanding
Insurance Law XXXI, 1171 (Lexis Publishing, Inc.,
3rd Ed., 2002).


SCLIFFORD A. JONES
Associate in Law Research/
Lecturer, Center for Governmental
Responsibility
"Out Of Guatemala? Election Law
Reform in Florida and the Legacy of Bush v. Gore
in the 2004 Presidential Election," 4 Election Law J.
(forthcoming 2005). "Campaign Finance Reform
and the Internet: Regulating Web Messages in the
2004 Election and Beyond," The Internet Election:
Perspectives on the Role of the Web in Campaign
2004 (2005) (Andrew P. Williams and John C.
Tedesco, Eds.). "Nostradamus Strikes Again: A
Premature U.S. Perspective on the EU's Green Paper
on Private Enforcement," Newest Developments
in European and International Competition Law
- Twelfth St. Gallen International Competition
Law Forum 2005 (2005) (C. Baudenbacher, Ed.).
* "Foundations of Competition Policy in the EU









































Specialty Areas


Programs, Centers and Institutes

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 i .. i advanced courses,
seminars, certificate programs, joint degrees and study abroad opportu
nities. More than 100 courses and 30 seminars are offered each year in
a variety of practice areas, including children's law, corporate law, envi
ronmental and land use law, estates and trusts practice, family law, intel
lectual property law, international and comparative law, litigation, media
law and tax law. Faculty also complement and enrich the curriculum and
legal scholarship by exploring specific fields and practice areas i .. i.1
the following programs, centers and institutes:


Programs

ENVIRONMENTAL AND LAND USE LAW
The Levin College of Law's Environmental and Land Use Law Pro
gram has become one of the best known and respected in the nation.
DirectorAlyson Flournoy and Associate Director james Nicholas head
this distinctive program, which offers one of the richest law curricula in
the Southeast and an outstanding array of extra-curricular opportunities
and special programs. Other program faculty include Michael Allan Wolf,


Christine Klein, Mary Jane Angelo, Mark FensterTom Ankersen and Da
nayaWright.The program draws on the tremendous I1 ...i.. of faculty
at the College of Law and its Center for Governmental Responsibility,
as well as from many programs at the University of Florida in disciplines
closely related to environmental and land use law, to offer students an
extensive choice of courses.
In addition to a popular Certificate in Environmental and Land Use
Law, earned by a dozen or so students each year the UF law school
offers joint degrees and opportunities for concurrent study by students
in fields as diverse as wildlife ecology, environmental engineering, religion
and nature, interdisciplinary ecology environmental engineering, real
estate and i.; ili- .
Innovative programs such as the interdisciplinary Conservation Clinic,
the Summer Environmental Law Study Abroad Program in Costa Rica
and a full array of summer externship opportunities enable students
to experience legal issues in a real-world context. Students also gain
hands-on experience i i.il participation in Environmental/Inter
national Environmental Moot CourtTeams, and i .. i.iI the strong
Environmental and Land Use Law Society which produces an annual
public interest environmental conference featuring top speakers/panel
ists.Their 2004 conference featured best-selling novelist/columnist Carl
Hiassen and 400-plus participants, and their 2005 conference focused









and USA: Conflict, Convergence, and Beyond,"
The Evolution of European Competition Law
- Whose Regulation, Which Competition? (2005)
(H. Ullrich, Ed.). Book Review, "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. 1263 (2004). "Foreign Plaintiffs, Vitamins,
and the Sherman Antitrust Act After Empagran,"
(7/8) Eur. L. Reporter 270 (2004). Competition
Policy in the Global Trading System (2002) (with
M. Matsushita, Eds.). "Private Competition Law
Enforcement in Europe: A Growth Market," (C.
Baudenbacher, Ed.). Neueste Entwicklungen Im
Europdischen Und Internationalen Kartellrecht -
Elftes St. Galler Internationales Kartellrechtsforum
2004 105. (Newest Developments In European
And International Competition Law Eleventh
St. Gallen International Competition Law Forum
(2005). 'The New U.S. Campaign Regulations and
Political Advertising," J. of Political Marketing,
3 (3) (2004) (with L.L. Kaid). "Regulating
Political Advertising in the EU and USA: A Human
Rights Perspective," 4 (3) J. Public Affairs 244
(2004). "Exporting Antitrust Courtrooms to the
World: Private Enforcement in a Global Antitrust
Environment," 16 Loyola Consumer L. Rev. 409
(2004). "After McConnell: Candidate Advertising
and Campaign Reform," Political Communication
Report, 14 (2004) 1 (with L.L. Kaid). "Private
Antitrust Enforcement in Europe: A Policy Analysis
and Reality Check," 27 (1) World Competition L. and
Economics Rev. 13 (2004). "Transfrontier Media,
Law, and Cultural Policy in the European Union,"
New Frontiers In International Communication
Theory 157 (2004) (M. Semati). "Media and
Election Regulation in the United States of America,"
Media and Elections, 25 (2004) (B. Lange and D.
Ward, Eds., with L. Kaid). "Microsoft: Federalism
and Internationalism in Antitrust," The Future Of
Transnational Antitrust From Comparative To
Common Competition Law 259 (2004) (J. Drexl,
Ed., with M. Jamison). "A New Dawn for Private
Competition Law Remedies in Europe? Reflections
from the USA," European Competition Law Annual
2001: Eff ; i t Private Enforcement of EC Antitrust
Law 95 (2003) (Claus Dieter Ehlermann and Isabela
Atanasiu, Eds.). "Voting from the Bench: Media
Analysis of Legal Issues in the 2000 Post-Election
Campaign," 46 American Behavioral Scientist 642
(2003). "Global Antitrust in the Millennium Round:
The Ways Forward," Competition Policy In The
Global Trading System 397 (2002) (C. Jones and
M. Matsushita, Eds.). "Trilateralism in Private
Antitrust Enforcement: Japan, the U.S.A., and
the European Union," Competition Policy In The
Global Trading System 211 (2002) (C. Jones and M.
Matsushita, Eds.).


E CALLYJORDAN
Associate Professor; Honorary
Senior Fellow, University of
Melbourne
"Conundrum of Corporate
Governance," Brooklyn J. Int'l Law (2005). 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). "Financial Regulatory Harmonization and
the Globalization of Finance," Policy Research
Working Paper 2919 (The World Bank, Financial
Sector Operations and Policy Department, October
2002; Reprint by African Capital Markets Forum,
Nov. 2003) (with G. Majnoni). "How 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
Natural Resources Law: A Place-
Based Book of Problems and Cases
(Aspen Publishers, 2005) (with
Federico Cheever and Bret C. Birdsong). "On
Integrity: Some Considerations for Water Law," 56
Alabama L. Rev. 1009 (2005). "Survey of Florida
Water Law," Waters and Water Rights (Rev. Vol. 6,
2005) (Robert E. Beck, Ed.). "The Environmental
Commerce Clause: Disguising Pragmatism with
Metaphor," The Jurisdynamics ofEnvironmental
Protection: ( .. and the Pragmatic Voice in
Environmental Law (2003) (Jim Chen, Ed.). "The
Environmental Commerce Clause," 27 Harvard
Environmental L. Rev. 1 (2003). "Protecting
Monumental Landscapes Under the Antiquities Act,"
87 Cornell L. Rev. 1333 (2002). "A Background
History of Directional Drilling in Michigan,"
Michigan State University L. Rev. 173 (2002).


LYRISSA BARNETT LIDSKY
UF Research Foundation Professor;
Associate Dean for Faculty
Development; Professor
Mass Media Law: Cases and
Materials (together with update memo for 2005)
(7th Ed., 2005) (with Marc Franklin and David A.
Anderson). Freedom of the Press: A Reference
Guide to the U.S. Constitution (2004) (with R.
George Wright). "Brandenburg and the United
States' War on Incitement Abroad: Defending a
Double Standard," 37 Wake Forest L. Rev. 1009
(2002). "Cybergossip or Securities Fraud? Some
First Amendment Guidance in Drawing the Line," 5
.... .... . ..... 15 (2001); Reprinted at www.
ucdavis.bizlawjoumal.edu (2002) (with Michael
Pike).


JOSEPH W. LITTLE
Professor; Alumni Research Scholar
Worker's Compensation (Revised
Ed., 2005) (with Eaton and Smith).


LAWRENCE LOKKEN
Hugh F. Culverhouse Eminent
Scholar in Taxation; Professor
Federal Taxation of Income, Estates
and Gifts (Warren Gorham and
Lamont, Vol. 4, Revised 3rd Ed., 2005; Vol. 3,
3rd. Ed., 2003) (with Boris I. Bittker). Federal
Taxation of Employee Compensation (Warren
Gorham and Lamont, 2005) (with Boris I. Bittker).
* Fundamentals of International Taxation (Warren
Gorham and Lamont, 2005/2006 Ed.) (with
Boris I. Bittker). "A Tax Lawyer's Observations
on Scary Numbers, Politics, and Irresponsibility:
Commentary on Shaviro's Reckless Disregard," 45
Boston ( ..... L. Rev. (2004). "Does the U.S. Tax
System Disadvantage U.S. Multinationals in the
World Marketplace?" 4 J. Tax'n Global Transactions
23 (Summer 2004). Federal Taxation of Income,
Estates and Gifts (Treatise, Vol. 4, 2003) (with
Boris I. Bittker). "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).


PAULJ. MAGNARELLA
Affiliate Professor; Professor of
Criminology and Law; Affiliate
Professor of Anthropology, African
Studies, and European Studies
* "Internationally Protected Human Rights: Fact
or Fiction?" 4 Human Rights and Human Welfare
69 (2004). "Diasporas and Human Rights,"
1 Encyclopedia of Diasporas: Immigrant and
Refugee Cultures Around the World 415 (2004).
"Communist Chinese and 'Asian Values' Critiques of
Universal Human Rights," 21 (2) J. of Third World
Studies 179 (2004). "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
(Horowitz and Schnabel, Eds., 2004). "International
Human Rights: Roots of a Progression," 19 J. Third
World Studies 13 (2002).


PEDRO A. MALAVET
Professor
o "Outsider Citizenships and
Multidimensional Borders: The Power
and Danger of Not Belonging," Clev.
St. L. Rev. (Afterword, 2004). "Reparations Theory
and Postcolonial Puerto Rico: Some Preliminary
Thoughts," 13 La Raza L. J. 387 (2002). *
"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).











on, Hurricanes, Humans and Habitats: Reclaiming, li;,i .... Rebuild
ing Our Environment." The three-day annual conference is a success
ful collaboration between the UF Environmental and Land Use Law
Society and The Florida Bar Environmental and Land Use Law Section,
and provides continuing legal education in a unique format -i ..1
attendees separate concurrent education tracks that build on kick-off
plenaries.The panel discussions are developed by students, who work
closely with members of the Section's Public Interest Committee to
identify timely topics of broad appeal and knowledgeable panelists.
Nelson Chair in Local Government Law Michael Allan Wolf is the
force behind the law school's Richard E. Nelson Symposium series,
which offered "Billboards Law: Regulating the Signs of theTimes" last
February and will hold the fifth Nelson Symposium in November 2005
to focus on issues surrounding eminent domain. Also offered this year
was the symposium "Alternative Grounds: Defending the Environment
in an Unwelcome Judicial Climate."

GRADUATE TAX

The University of Florida is consistently ranked in the nation's top
two in tax law by U.S. News and World Report, which ranks law school
specialty areas based on the reputation of faculty in that area.
Graduate Tax Program faculty -Dennis A. Calfee, Patricia E. Dilley,
Michael K Friel, David M. Hudson, Lawrence Lokken, Martin J. McMahon,
Jr, Paul R. McDaniel, C. Douglas Miller Michael A. Oberst, David M. Rich
ardson and Steven J. Willis -are authors of some of the most widely
used textbooks and treatises, and have lectured at numerous conference
es and institutes in the United States and abroad, occupied leadership
positions in professional organizations, and served as consultants to the
Internal Revenue Service, congressional committees and other major
public and private entities.
It is the only program in the nation to offer a Doctor of Juridicial
Science (S.J.D.) specifically in taxation. Roughly two years old, UF's S.J.D.
program requires innovative research and writing, along with publication
of a book or three law review articles.
The UF law school also is among the first to create a Master of Laws
in International Taxation degree for lawyers from the U.S. or abroad,
with 15 students now enrolled in the inaugural class. According to
Graduate Tax Program Associate Dean/Director Michael Friel, the
degree reflects the increasing importance of understanding and advising
on international tax rules in a global economy with multinational busi
nesses, rapid capital flows, U.S. clients with international dealings, and
foreign clients with U.S. investments and businesses.
GraduateTax students have outstanding academic credentials and, in
many cases, I. ii 1... professional experience. More than 1,700 stu
dents have earned their LL.M. inTax from UF since the program began
in 1974.
The GraduateTax Program publishes the faculty-edited Florido Tax
Review, one of the country's leading tax journals.


Florida's top-ranked Graduate Tax Program directed by Associate Dean
Michael Friel (second from right, with Professor Lawrence Lokken at left, speak-
ing with Graduate Tax students) now offers an LL.M. in International Taxation
in addition to an LL.M. in Taxation and the nation's only S.J.D. in Taxation.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW

The Intellectual Property Law Program enables the Levin College of
Law to be one of the few in the nation -and only one in the South
east -to offer a Certificate in Intellectual Property Law. More than 50
students have earned the certificate, and many more take a substantial
number of IP courses. Program faculty also coordinate an annual Law
and Technology Conference to share information on this fast-moving
subject area with practitioners.The 2004 conference brought ii, ,
more than 60 top IP practitioners and academic representatives to
focus on issues of pressing interest, including corporate, transactional,
licensing and international issues, music wars," and litigation.The fourth
annual conference in February 2005 concentrated on issues related to
licensing, copyrights, trademarks, the Internet, counterfeiting, customs
enforcement, and patents.

VIRGIL HAWKINS CIVIL CLINIC

After four decades of .., li and accomplishment, clinical programs
at the Levin College of Law provide students with extensive opportuni
ties to represent actual clients under the close supervision of faculty or
attorneys.This practical experience enhances the understanding of the
law learned in classrooms and offers students the advantage of earn









AMY R. MASHBURN
Professor
Ethical Guidelines for Settlement
Negotiations (As Reporter, 2002,
American Bar Association, Litigation
Section publication).



Assistant Professor; ICAIR
Executive Director
"Material Vulnerabilities: Data
Privacy, Corporate Information
Security and Securities Regulation," Berkeley Bus.
L. J. (forthcoming December 2005). "Mutually
Assured Protection: Development of Relational
Internet Security Contracting Norms," (Chapter
in volume forthcoming in 2005) (M. Radin, A.
Chander, L. Gelman, Eds.) "Of Nodes and Power
Laws: A Network Theory Approach to Internet
Jurisdiction through Data Privacy," 98 Nw. L.
Rev. 493 (2004). "Silicon Ceilings: Information
Technology Equity, the Digital Divide and the
Gender Gap Among Information Technology
Professionals," 2 NW. J. of Tech. and Intell. Prop.
1 (available at www.law.northwestern.edu/journals/
njtip/v2/nl/2 Spam). "Security: Recognizing the
Connection and Assessing Legal Strategy After
the CAN-SPAM Act," 5 ILB 307 (Mar. 04) *
Book Review: "Prometheus Wired," solicited by
University of Washington Center for Cyberculture
Studies (available at www.com.washington.edu/
rccs/bookinfo.asp?ReviewlD=191 andBooklD=166)
(November 2002).


EDIANE H. MAZUR
UF Research Foundation Professor
'The Bullying of America: A
Cautionary Tale About Military
Voting and Civil-Military Relations,"
4 Election L. J. 105 (2005). "Is 'Don't Ask, Don't
Tell' Unconstitutional After Lawrence? What It Will
Take to Overturn the Policy," 15 U. Fla. J. L. and
Pub. Pol'y 423 (2004). "Why Progressives Lost the
War When They Lost the Draft," 32 Hofstra L. Rev.
553 (2003). "Rehnquist's Vietnam: Constitutional
Separatism and the Stealth Advance of Martial Law,"
77 Ind. L. J. 701 (2002).


a PAUL R. MCDANIEL
James J. Freeland Eminent Scholar
in Taxation; Professor
SIntroduction to United States
International Taxation (Aspen, 5th
Ed., 2005). "An Analysis of Tax Expenditure
Accounting in Selected OECD Countries" (2005).
* Federal Income Taxation (Foundation Press,
5th Ed., 2004) (with McMahon, Simmons, and
Abreu). "Trade Agreements and Income Taxation:
Interactions, Conflicts, and Resolutions," 57
Tax L. Rev. 275 (2004). "Assessing the Bush
Administration's Tax Agenda," 45 B. C. L. Rev. 1253
(2004). Annual supplements since 2002 to Federal


Income Taxation of Business Organizations, Federal
Income Taxation of Corporations, and Federal
Income Taxation ofPartnerships and S Corporations
(2004). Federal Wealth Transfer Taxation
(Foundation Press, 5th Ed., 2003) (with Repetti and
Caron). "The U.S. Tax Treatment of Income Earned
in Developing Countries," 35 George Wash. Int'l L.
Rev. 265 (2003). "The Impact of Trade Agreements
on Tax Systems," Staaten Und Steuren (Heidelberg:
C. F. Muller Verlag, 2000) 1105, reprinted in 30
Intertax 166 (2002).


MARTIN J. MCMAHON, JR.
Clarence J. Teselle Professor
Federal Income Taxation, Cases and
Materials, and accompanying class
discussion problems and teacher's
manual (Foundation Press, 5th Ed., 2004, and annual
supplements since 2005) (with P. McDaniel, D.
Simmons and A. Abreu). Federal Income Taxation
of Individuals (Warren, Gorham and Lamont, 3rd
Ed., 2002, and semi-annual cumulative supplements
since 2003) (with Boris I. Bittker and Lawrence A.
Zelenak). Federal Income Taxation ofIndividuals
study problems and accompanying teacher's manual
(Warren, Gorham and Lamont, 3rd Ed., 2002) (with
L. Zelenak). Annual supplements since 2000 to
Federal Income Taxation ofPartnerships and S
Corporations (Foundation Press, 3rd Ed., 1999)
(with P. McDaniel and D. Simmons); Federal
Income Taxation of Corporations (Foundation Press,
2nd Ed., 1999) (with P. McDaniel and D. Simmons);
Federal Income Taxation of Business Organizations
(Foundation Press, 3rd Ed., 1999) (with P. McDaniel
and D. Simmons). "Recent Developments in
Federal Income Taxation: The Year 2004," 7
Fla. Tax Rev. 47 (2005) (with Ira B. Shepard).
"Privilege and the Work Product Doctrine in Tax
Cases," 58 The Tax Lawyer 405 (2005) (with Ira
B. Shepard). "The Matthew Effect and Federal
Taxation," 45 Boston ( .. ... L. Rev. 993 (2004).
* 'The Matthew Effect and Federal Taxation," 105
Tax Notes 1383 (December 6, 2004). "Recent
Developments in Federal Income Taxation: The Year
2003," 6 Fla. Tax Rev. 445 (2004) (with I. Shepard).
* "Privilege and The Work Product Doctrine in Tax
Cases," 23 ABA Tax Section News Quarterly 11
(Winter 2004); reprinted in 21 GPSOLO, No. 6 (Sept.
2004). "Recent Developments in Federal Income
Taxation: The Year 2002," 6 Fla. Tax Rev. 81 (2003)
(with I. Shepard). "Beyond a GAAR: Retrofitting
the Code to Rein In 21st Century Tax Shelters," 98
Tax Notes 1721 (March 17, 2003). "Capitalization
of Benefits Extending Substantially Beyond the
Taxable Year," 97 Tax Notes 257 (October 14,
2002) (with B. Bittker and L. Zelenak). "Recent
Developments in Federal Income Taxation: The Year
2001," 5 Fla. Tax Rev. 627 (2002) (with I. Shepard).
* "A Whirlwind Tour of the Internal Revenue Code's
At-Risk and Passive Activity Loss Rules," 36 Real
Property Probate and Trust Journal 673 (2002) (with
B. Bittker and L. Zelenak). "Economic Substance,
Purposive Activity, and Corporate Tax Shelters," 94
Tax Notes 1017 (February 25, 2002).


JON L. MILLS
Director, Center for Governmental
Responsibility; Professor; Dean
Emeritus
"Legal Education in the Americas:
The Anchor for Hemispheric Justices," U. Fla. J. of
Int'l L. (2005). "The Rewards of Citizenship and
Perils of Identity: How the Law Defines You in the
Globalized World," III (2) Warsaw Univ. L. Rev. 95
(2004). "Responding to Terrorism and Achieving
Stability in the Global Financial System: Rational
Policy or Crisis Reaction?" 11 (4) Cambridge Univ.
J. of Financial Crime (2004). "Principles for
Constitutions and Institutions in Promoting the Rule
of Law in Latin America," 16:1 Univ. Fla. J. ofInt'l
L. (2003). "Florida on Trial: Federalism in the 2000
Presidential Election," 13.1 Stan. J. L. and Pub.
Pol'y 83 (2002).


WINSTON P. NAGAN
Professor; Samuel T. Dell Research
Scholar; Affiliate Professor of
Anthropology; Director, Institute
of Human Rights and Peace
Development; Director, Study Abroad Program
with Cape Town University
* "Law" entry in 3 New Dictionary of the History
ofIdeas, 1243 (Charles Scribner's Sons, 2005). *
"Patriotism, Nationalism, and the War On Terror:
A Mild Plea in Avoidance," Vol. 56, No. 5 Fla.
L. Rev. 933 (2004) (with Craig Hammer). "The
Changing Character of Sovereignty in International
Law and International Relations," Vol. 43, No.
1 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 141
(2004). "Implementing the African Renaissance:
Making Human Rights Comprehensive for the
New Millennium," The University of Georgia
Series on Globalization and Global Understanding
(2004). "The Changing Character of Sovereignty
in International Law and International Relations,"
43 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 142
(2004) (with Craig Hammer). "The New Bush
National Security Doctrine and the Rule of Law,"
22 Berkeley J. Int'l L. 375 (2004) (with Craig
Hammer). "Racism, Genocide and Mass Murder:
Toward a Legal Theory About Group Deprivations,"
Nat'l Black L. J. (2002). "Conflict Resolution
and Democratic Transformation: Confronting the
Shameful Past Prescribing a Humane Future," 119
South African L. J. 174 (2002).


LARS NOAH
Professor
"A Drug by Any Other Name...?
Paradoxes in Dietary Supplement
Risk Regulation," 17 Stan. L. and
Pol'y Rev. (forthcoming 2005). "An Inventory
of Mathematical Blunders in Applying the Loss-
of-a-Chance Doctrine," 24 Rev. Litig. 369 (2005).
* "Medical Education and Malpractice: What's
the Connection?" 15 Health Matrix 149 (2005).
* "Ambivalent Commitments to Federalism in
Controlling the Practice of Medicine," 53 U. Kan.












ing credit and Florida Supreme Court certification as Certified Legal
Interns.TheVirgil Hawkins Civil Clinics include the Full Representation
Clinic, GatorTeamChild Juvenile Advocacy Clinic, County Court Media
tion Clinic, Pro Se Clinic, Conservation Clinic and Child Welfare Clinic. In
addition, the college's Criminal Clinics offer skills training in I...i, Public
Defender and State Attorney programs.

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS
The Levin College of Law has long stretched beyond its geographic
borders to impact legal research, education and policy around the globe
i ... i a number of diverse program initiatives and faculty efforts.The
UF law faculty includes numerous experts in international legal issues,
including Fletcher N. Baldwin, Dennis Calfee, Stuart Cohn, Michael
Gordon, Cally Jordan, Lawrence Lokken, Paul Magnarella, Paul McDaniel,
Jon Mills,Winston Nagan, Stephen Powell, Sherrie Lynne Russell-Brown,
WalterWeyrauch and Barbara BennettWoodhouse.
Many of the areas listed in this report -most notably the Center for
Governmental Responsibility Center for International Financial Crimes
Studies, and Institute for Human Rights, Peace and Development
have offered international activities for three decades, with emphasis
on the "Atlantic Rim," an area encompassing North and South America,
Europe and Africa.The school is affiliated with 60 foreign countries, and
offers initiatives in international trade law, a pioneering visiting foreign
scholar research program, a history of emphasis on legal and policy is
sues in the Americas, and a highly diversified faculty and student body
Gerald A. Sohn Research Scholar/Professor Stuart Cohn -with
assistance from an advisory board of leading international practitioners
coordinates and supervises the International and Comparative Law
Certificate Program; international study opportunities for students
'-i i universities of Leiden il I Ii 1, 1 I Frankfurt (Germany),
Montpellier (France),Warsaw (Poland) and Monash (Melbourne, Aus
tralia); student and faculty exchange programs with Monash, Pontifica
Universidade Catolica do Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Leiden, Frankfurt, and
Stellenbosch (South Africa); and related programs in Mexico, Poland
and elsewhere. American Bar Association-approved summer academic
programs are available at the University of CapeTown (South Africa),
University of Costa Rica, and Montpellier University, and comparative
enrichment courses are taught at the law school by faculty from around
the world.
The college's renowned GraduateTax Program recently created one
of the nation's first LLM. in International Taxation degree programs for
lawyers from the U.S. and abroad in response to intense interest from
abroad. New programs to 1i ... ii, i ties with Latin American and
Caribbean countries are under review, as is an LLM. in Latin American
and Caribbean Law.
Professor David Hudson directs the LLM. in Comparative Law Pro
gram for foreign law graduates seeking to enhance their understanding
of the American legal system. Close to 100 attorneys from countries
such as China, France, Germany Peru, Poland, Japan, Italy Uganda, Brazil,
Turkey and the United Kingdom have earned the degree since 1994.

Professor Barbara Bennett Woodhouse (standing) works with student
Children's Fellows to help indigent youth in the community while
providing hands-on training in youth and family-oriented lawyering.


Centers and Institutes

CENTER ON CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

The Center on Children and Families (CCF) promotes quality advo
cacy teaching and scholarship in children's law and policy, and has been
identified as one of the top five such centers in the country Director
Barbara Bennett Woodhouse and Co-Director Nancy Dowd are joined
by a team of UF faculty with expertise in criminal law, juvenile justice,
psychology conflict resolution and human rights.
The center also administers the Certificate in Family Law and pro
vides opportunities for students to work with systems for protecting
children from abuse and neglect in the CCF Child Welfare Clinic and
family court externships. CCF sponsors students as Children's Fellows,
where they work on Friend of the Court briefs and assist with CCF's
annual interdisciplinary conference.The center is active in international
human rights efforts, works collaboratively with government and the
judiciary on law reform and professional education, and helps educate
children regarding i i; 1 ;.i ,1 and responsibilities in a free society by
hosting youth summits and other activities.
During the past year CCF faculty and student fellows contributed
in numerous ways to improve advocacy policy and law and deliver
legal services to underserved populations. At the local level, Monique
Haughton Worrell's clinical students expanded to serve Child Protective
Teams in the nearby cities of Orlando, Ocala and Jacksonville; faculty and
students collaborated with the local Child Advocacy Center educating
child welfare professionals on children's rights; and GatorTeamChild









L. Rev. 149 (2004). "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). "Trends in Assisted
Reproductive Technology," 351 New Eng. J. Med.
398 (2004). "Supervising Research with Human
Subjects," 29 Admin. and Reg. L. News 8 (Summer
2004). "Assisted Reproductive Technologies and
the Pitfalls of Unregulated Biomedical Innovation,"
55 Fla. L. Rev. 603 (2003). "Challenges in
the Federal Regulation of Pain Management
Technologies," 31 J. L. Med. and Ethics 55 (2003).
* "Triage in the Nation's Medicine Cabinet: The
Puzzling Scarcity of Vaccines and Other Drugs,"
54 S. C. L. Rev. 741 (2003). "Pharmacogenetics,"
348 New Eng. J. Med. 2042 (2003). "Enshrining
a Constitutional Right to Engage in Pharmaceutical
Advertising," FDLI Update 10 (Jan. 2003). *
Law, Medicine, and Medical Technology: Cases
and Materials (Foundation Press, 2002) (with
Barbara A. Noah). "Medicine's Epistemology:
Mapping the Haphazard Diffusion of Knowledge
in the Biomedical Community," 44 Ariz. L. Rev.
373 (2002). "The Coming Pharmacogenomics
Revolution: Tailoring Drugs to Fit Patients' Genetic
Profiles," 43 Jurimetrics J. 1 (2002). "Informed
Consent and the Elusive Dichotomy Between
Standard and Experimental Therapy," 28 Am. J. L.
and Med. 361 (2002). "Attorney General's Intrusion
Into Clinical Practice," 346 New Eng. J. Med. 1918
(2002). "Standards for Medical Expert Testimony,"
288 J. Am. Med. Ass'n 2971 (2002). "Compounding
a Constitutional Error? Pharmaceuticals and Free
Speech," Health L. News 7 (Sept. 2002).


E KENNETH B. NUNN
Professor; Associate Director, Center
on Children and Families
"Minority Groups," World Book
Encyclopedia (2003). "Diversity
Matters: Race, Gender and Ethnicity in Legal
Education," 15 U. Fla. J. L. and Pub. Pol'y 11
(2003) (with Nancy Dowd and Jane Pendergrast).
* "Casualties of War: Civil Liberties in a Time of
Crisis," Florida Defender, Vol. 15, No. 2 (Summer
2003). "Race Crime and the Pool of Surplus
Criminality: Or Why the War on Drugs was a War
on Blacks," 6 J. Gender, Race and Just. 381 (2002).
* "Stereotyping," World Book Encyclopedia (World
Book Pub. Co., 2002). "Racial Profiling," World
Book Encyclopedia (World Book Pub. Co., 2002).
* "The Child as 'Other': Race and Differential
Treatment in the Juvenile Justice System," 51
DePaul L. Rev. 679 (2002).


MICHAEL A. OBERST
Professor
* 'The Disappearing Limited Deficit
Restoration Obligation," 56 Tax
Lawyer 485 (2003).


WILLIAM H. PAGE
Marshall M. Criser Eminent Scholar
in Electronic Communications and
Administrative Law; Professor
"Bargaining and Monopolization:
In Search of the 'Boundary of Section 2 Liability,"'
Antitrust L. J. (forthcoming 2005) (with John
Lopatka). "Class Certification in the Microsoft
Indirect Purchaser Litigation," 1 J. Competition L.
and Econ. 303 (2005). "The Ideological Origins and
Evolution of Antitrust Law," Issues in Competition L.
and Pol. (ABA Antitrust Section, forthcoming 2005)
(Wayne Dale Collins, Ed.). "Economic Authority
and the Limits of Expertise in Antitrust Cases," 90
Cornell L. Rev. 617 (2005) (with J. Lopatka). 2003,
2004 and 2005 supplements, Kintner's Federal
Antitrust Law, 11 vols. (with J. Lopatka and Joseph
Bauer). "Indirect Purchaser Class Actions and
the Consumer Interest," 48 Antitrust Bulletin 531
(2003) (with J. Lopatka). "State Action and the
Meaning of Agreement Under the Sherman Act: An
Approach to Hybrid Restraints," 20 Yale J. on Reg.
269 (2003) (with J. Lopatka). 'Thurman Arnold's
International Antitrust Legacy," The Antitrust
Source, www.antitrustsource.com (July 2003)
(review of Wyatt Wells, Antitrust and the Formation
of the Postwar World, 2002). Kintner's Federal
Antitrust Law: Practices I .' .' the Sherman
Act (2nd Ed., 2002) (with J. Bauer). "Brunswick at
25: Antitrust Injury and the Evolution of Antitrust
Law," Antitrust (Fall 2002) (with J. Lopatka). "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 J. Lopatka).
* "'Obvious' Consumer Harm in Antitrust Policy:
The Chicago School, the Post-Chicago School, and
the Courts," Post-( .. ... Developments in Antitrust
Law (Edward Elgar Pub. Co., 2002) (Antonio
Cucinotta, Et Al., Eds.). "AT & T Litigation,"
Oxford Companion to American Law (Oxford Press,
2002) (Kermit L. Hall, Ed.).


JUAN FRANCISCO PEREA
Cone Wagner Nugent Johnson
Hazouri and Roth Professor
"Downes v. Bidwell: The
Constitutional Law of American
Imperialism," Race and Law Stories (forthcoming
2006) (Devon Carbado and Rachel Moran, Eds.).
* "Mi Profundo Azul: Why Latinos Have a Right
to Sing the Blues," Colored Men and Hombres
Aqui: Hernandez v. Texas and the Rise of Mexican
American Lawyering (U. Houston Arte Publico
Press, forthcoming 2005) (Michael A. Olivas,
Ed.). Race and Races: Cases and Resources for
a Diverse America (2nd Ed., forthcoming 2006)
(with Richard Delgado, Angela Harris, Jean
Stefancic and Stephanie Wildman). Brown and Its
Impact on Schools and American Life: A Dialogue,
Focus on Law Studies (Vol. XIX, No. 2, Spring
2004) (American Bar Association) (with several
interdisciplinary scholars). "Buscando America:
Why Equal Protection Fails to Protect Latinos,"
117 Harvard L. Rev. (2004). "A Brief History
of Race and the U.S.-Mexican Border: Tracing
the Trajectories of Conquest," 51 UCLA L. Rev.


283 (2003). "Killing Me Softly with His Song:
Anglocentrism and Celebrating Nouveaux
Latinas/os," 55 Fla. L. Rev. 441 (2003).


DON C. PETERS
Director, Institute for Dispute
Resolution; Director, Virgil Hawkins
Civil Clinics; Professor; Trustee
Research Fellow; Associate Director,
Center on Children and Families
"To Sue is Human: To Settle Divine: Intercultural
Collaborations to Expand the Use of Mediation in
Costa Rica," 17 Fla. J. oflnt'l. Law 1 (forthcoming
2005). Paper-chasing Types: The Myers-Briggs
and Law Study (forthcoming 2005). "Creating and
Certifying the Professional Mediator: Education and
Credentialing," 28 American J. of Trial Advocacy
75 (2005) (with Joseph Stulberg, Tracy Allen,
and Judith Meyer). "Do Moving Lips Indicate
That Lawyers Are Lying When Negotiating and
Mediating," 9 Conflict Management 22 (2005). *
"It Felt Like He Was Inside My Skin: Intercultural
Learning About Mediation in Haiti," Rutgers Conflict
Resolution J. (2004).


CHRISTOPHER L. PETERSON
Assistant Professor
"Predatory Lending and the Military:
The Law and Geography of 'Payday'
Loans in Military Towns," 66 Ohio St.
L. J. (forthcoming 2005) (with Stephen Graves). *
"Federalism and Predatory Lending: Unmasking the
Deregulatory Agenda," 78 Temple L. Rev. 1 (2005).
* Taming the Sharks: Towards a Cure for 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).


SSTEPHEN J. POWELL
Director, International Trade Law
Program; Lecturer in Law
"Regional Economic Arrangements
and the Rule of Law in the Americas:
The Human Rights Face of Free Trade Agreements,"
17 Fla. J. Int'lL. No. 2 (forthcoming Sept. 2005).
* "The Cotton and Sugar Subsidies Decisions:
WTO's Dispute Settlement System Rebalances the
Agreement on Agriculture," 10 Drake J. Ag. L. No.
2 (forthcoming Sept. 2005) 'The Place of Human
Rights Law in World Trade Organization Rules,"
16 Fla. J. Int'l L. 219 (2004) "WTO and NAFTA
Dispute Settlement for North American Agricultural
Trade," International Agricultural Trade Disputes:
Case Studies in North America 219 (Calgary Press,
2004).


M. KATHLEEN PRICE
Associate Dean, Library and
Technology; Clarence J. TeSelle
Professor
"Finding U.S. Law on the Internet,"
40 (English), 40 (Chinese), Roaming the Virtual
Law I .' ,A Guide to Online Sources for Legal
Researchers (2004) (Liu and Yu, Ed.). "Julius
Marke: In Memoriam," 96 L. Lib'y J. 9 (2004).











Director ClaudiaWright was chair of the Family Law Advisory Group
for the 8th Judicial Circuit.
At the state level,Wright and her students worked with the Steer
ing Committee on Children and Families in the Courts, created by the
Florida Supreme Court and Office of State Court Administrator, to as
sist Florida's judicial circuits with implementation, education and training
related to the state's new Unified Family Court. CCF Associate Direc
tors Christopher Slobogin chaired and Mark Fondacaro was a member
of the American Bar Association Death Penalty Moratorium Project for
Florida, which is assessing operation of the juvenile death penalty as part
of a comprehensive assessment of the death penalty in Florida.
At the national level,Woodhouse was vice chair of the ABA Subcom
mittee on the Rights of the Child, was honored as a "Children's Rights
Hero" by the ABAjournal of Human Rights, and testified at the Bi-Parti
san Congressional Roundtable on Children and to the Children's Bureau
in Washington, D.C. Co-Director Nancy Dowd was invited to testify
before the judiciary Committee on the proposed marriage amendment
and also edited a i1 i i ,i ; 1.. volume, Children, Culture and Violence.
CCF faculty and Children's Fellows also authored or co-authored
amicus briefs in various cases. Slobogin and Woodhouse co-authored a
brief to the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of 50 child advocacy orga
nizations, including the Child Welfare League of America and Children's
Defense Fund, urging the Court to strike down the juvenile death
penalty which it did in March 2005.Woodhouse co-authored another
brief for the Child Welfare League of America urging the court to grant
certiorari in the Lofton case, arguing that the law prohibiting adoption
by gays and lesbians is not in the best interest of children.
At the international level, faculty continue involvement with NGOs
such as UNICEF.Woodhouse was re-elected to the Executive Com-
mittee of the International Society of Family Law, and CCF faculty and
students contributed four chapters to a I i ...i ; volume on the UN
Convention on the Rights of the Child.
After a national search, the center has been selected by First Star; a
leading national philanthropy as the future site for one of three "Multidis
ciplinary Centers of Excellence' dedicated to improving systems serving
vulnerable children (the other two are slated for Columbia University
and the University of San Diego).

CENTER FOR ESTATE AND
ELDER LAW PLANNING

Florida's already large and rapidly growing elderly population makes
the state a natural choice for programs oriented toward their special
needs.While estate planning has occupied the public's attention for
more than 50 years, elder law is a new specialty involving a variety of
interdisciplinary issues. Substantial new legislation has been directed at
seniors, further adding to this specialty's complexity and importance.

The Center for Estate and Elder Law .......... directed by Professor
C. Douglas Miller of the GraduateTax 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.The newest UF law center and only


Florida's strong international programs bring students and lawyers from
around the globe to the Gainesville campus.


one of its kind in the state, it sponsors institutes and symposia and is de
veloping an estate planning and elder law library and software collection
and providing community service i ... i1 judicial externship programs.
It works closely with the GraduateTax 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 gratui
tious 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 College of Law Dean Emeritus Jon Mills, former speaker
of the Florida House of Representatives. Faculty and students conduct
grant and contract-funded research -often interdisciplinary in nature
-on issues relating to public policy development and implementation 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 development,
environmental justice, poverty law, family law, state and federal constitu
tional issues, emerging democracies, historic preservation, conflict resolu
tion, comparative law, European community law, international trade law,









"The Search for Meaning in 'Law and Language,"'
Language and the Law; Proceedings of a Conference
(2003, Robinson, Ed.) Tarleton Law Library,
University of Texas School of Law, Dec. 6-8, 2001).


H


TERESA J. RAMBO
Senior Legal Skills Professor
* Judicial Opinion Writing (Florida
College of Advanced Judicial Studies,
2002).


DAVID M. RICHARDSON
Professor
* Textbook, Federal Tax Procedure
(Matthew Bender Graduate Tax Series,
2005) (with Jerome Borison and Steve
Johnson).


SELIZABETH A. ROWE
Assistant Professor
S'The Experimental Use Exception to
Patent Infringement: Do Universities
Deserve Special Treatment?"
(forthcoming 2005). "When Trade Secrets Become
Shackles: Fairness and the Inevitable Disclosure
Doctrine," 7 Tul. J. Tech. and Intell. Prop. 167
(2005).


E SHARON E. RUSH
Irving Cypen Professor; Associate
Director, Center on Children and
Families
*Huck Finn's 'Hidden' Lessons:
Teaching and Learning Across the Color Line
(Rowman and Littlefield, forthcoming 2006). *
"Toto, I have a feeling we are still in Kansas," Voices
of the Brown Generation: Memories and Reflections
of Law Professors (2005) (M.W. Robinson and
R.J. Bonnie, Eds.). "Teaching Race Relations
'Know-How,'" Southern Christian Leadership
Magazine (2004). "Lessons From and for Disabled
Students," 8 J. Gender, Race and Justice 75 (2004).
* "Emotional Segregation: Huck Finn in the Modern
Classroom," 36 U. Mich. J. L. Reform 305 (2003). *
"The Anticanonical Lesson of Huckleberry Finn," 11
Cornell J. L. and Pub. Policy 101 (2002). "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
(NYU Press, 2002) (Berta Hernandez-Truyol, Ed.).


KATHERYN RUSSELL-
BROWN
Director, Center for the Study of
Race and Race Relations; Professor
Protecting Our Own: Race, Crime,
and African Americans (Rowman and Littlefield
Press, forthcoming 2006). h 'The Myth of Race and
Crime," Demystifying Crime and Criminal Justice
(Roxbury Press, forthcoming 2005) (Bohm and
Walker, Eds.). "Black Protectionism as a Civil
Rights Strategy," 53 Buffllo L. Rev. 1 (2005). *
Underground Codes: Race, Crime and Related Fires
(New York University Press, 2004).


SHERRIE LYNNE
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," 22 Wisc. Int'l L. J. 125 (2004).
* "Bridging the 'Divide' Between Feminism and
Child Protection Using the Discourse of International
Human Rights," 13 S. Cal. Rev. L. and Women's
Stud. 163 (2003); also to be included as a chapter
in Competing Paradigms: Children, Religion,
and Human Rights (forthcoming) (Fineman and
Worthington, Ed.) "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 and
Comp. L. Rev. 227 (2003). "Labor Rights as
Human Rights: The Situation of Women Workers
in Jamaica's Export Free Zones," 24 Berkeley J.
Emp. and Lab. L. 179 (2003); Reprinted in Human
Rights and the Global Marketplace: Economic,
Social and Cultural (Transnational Publishers, 2004)
(Jeanne Woods and Hope Lewis, Eds.). "Poisoned
Chalice? The Rights of Criminal Defendants Under
International Law, During the Pre-Trial Phase," 8
UCLA J. Int'l and Foreign Aff 127 (2003). "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). "Rape as an Act of Genocide," 21 Berkeley
J. Int'l L. 350 (2003).


GAIL E. SASNETT
Associate Dean for Students,
Professionalism and Community
Relations
"A Drug by any Other Name is Still
a Drug: Why the Florida Judiciary Should Start
Treating DUI as any Other Drug Offense," 13 U. Fla.

J. L. and Pub. Pol'y 299 (Spring 2002).

MICHAEL L. SEIGEL
Professor
"Prosecuting Martha: Federal
Prosecutorial Power and Need for
a Law of Counts," 109 Penn St. L.
Rev. 1107 (2005) (with Christopher Slobogin).
* Improbable Events: Murder at Ellenton Hall
(iUniverse, 2005). "On Collegiality," 54 J. Legal
Educ. 406 (2004).

SMICHAEL R. SIEBECKER
Assistant Professor
"Cookies and the Common Law:
Are Internet Advertisers Trespassing
On Our Computers?" 76 S. Cal. L.
Rev. 893 (2003). "To Be or Not To Be: Out in the
Academy," 22 Law and Ineq. 141 (2004). Book
Review, 119 Pol. Sci. Q. 387 (2004) (reviewing
Daniel R. Pinello, Gay Rights And American Law
(2003).


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
* Minding Justice: Laws That Deprive People With
Mental Disability of Life and .'. (Harvard
University Press, forthcoming 2005). "Transaction
Surveillance by the Government," 75 Miss. L.
J. (symposium) (forthcoming 2005). "Mental
Disorder as an Exemption from Execution: The
ABA Task Force Recommendations," 54 Cath. U.
L. Rev. (symposium) (forthcoming 2005). "The
Civilization of the Criminal Law," 58 Vanderbilt L.
Rev. 121-168 (2005). "Prosecuting Martha: Federal
Prosecutorial Power and the Need for a Law of
Counts," 109 Penn State L. Rev. 1107-1131 (2005)
(with Michael Seigel) (symposium). "Subpoenas
and Privacy," 54 DePaul L. Rev. 805-845 (2005)
(symposium). "Insanity Defense, The Oxford
Companion to American Law (2nd Ed., 2005). Law
and the Mental Health System: Civil and Criminal
Aspects (West Group, 4th Ed., 2004) (with Ralph
Reisner and Arti Rai). "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 Alabama L. Rev. 1101-1107 (2004)
(symposium). "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. 315-341 (2004).
* "Teaching a Course on Regulation of the Police
(with a Special Focus on the Sixth Amendment),"
42 Brandeis L. J. 389-404 (symposium) (2003-04).
* "Rethinking Legally Relevant Mental Illness," 29
Ohio No. L. Rev. 497-530 (2003) (symposium). *
"A Jurisprudence of Dangerousness," 98 Nw. U. L.
Rev. 1-62 (2003). "What Atkins Could Mean for
People with Mental Illness," 33 New Mex. L. Rev.
293-314 (2003) (symposium). 'Toward Taping," 1
Ohio State J. Crim. Law 309-322 (2003) (inaugural
issue). "Pragmatic Forensic Psychology: A Means
of 'Scientizing' Testimony from Mental Health
Professionals?," 9 Psychology, Pub. Pol. and L.
275-300 (2003) (symposium). "An Empirically
Based Comparison of American and European
Police Investigation Techniques," Adversarial v.
Inquisitorial Techniques: Psychological Perspectives
on Criminal Justice Systems 27-54 (Kluwer, 2003)
(Peter J. Koppel and Stephen D. Penrod, Eds.). *
"The Structure of Expertise in Criminal Cases," 34
Seton Hall L. Rev. 105-126 (2003) (symposium); also
published in Chinese, in 6 Crim. Research 27 (2004).
* "The Poverty Exception to the Fourth Amendment,"
55 U. Fla. L. Rev. 391-412 (2003) (symposium). y
"The ABA's Standards Governing Technological
Surveillance," 18 ABA Criminal Justice Mag. 5-19
(2003) (with Martin Marcus). Criminal Procedure
- Regulation of Police Investigations: Legal,
Historical, Empirical and Comparative Materials
(Reed-Elsevier/Michie Co., 3rd Ed., 2002). "Public
Privacy: Camera Surveillance of Public Places and
the Right to Anonymity," 72 Miss. L. J. 213-315











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 in i... iThe Florida Bar
CGRs specialized programs include the Conservation Clinic, Costa
Rica Summer Program, Center forAmerican Law Studies at Warsaw
(Poland) University Rule of Law in the Americas Program, and Interna
tionalTrade Law Program, which collaborates with faculty from other
colleges at the University of Florida, including .,; ilh I, business, and
Latin American studies.
Center faculty directed or supervised the Public Interest Environmen
tal Conference, Annual Conference on Legal and Policy Issues in the
Americas, Conference on Waterfront Development and Coastal Issues,
and Annual Summer Program for Brazilian Prosecutors and Judges. Ac
tivities for these programs included a variety of grant funds secured by
CGR faculty and several offered continuing legal education (CLE) credit
from The Florida BarThey made presentations on U.S. antitrust law in
Switzerland and London, on regional trade agreements in Guatemala, on
land use and water supply regulation in Brazil, on mediation in Poland,
and on trade in New Orleans and to the American Bar Association in
Atlanta.
The broad range of activities at CGR resulted in collaborations
'i 1... i., .1 the Levin College of Law, the University of Florida, and the
world. At the law school, CGR faculty worked on projects with the
Environmental and Land Use Law Program, Center on Children and
Families, and Institute for Dispute Resolution. CGR's UF collaborations
included the International Center Center for Latin American Studies,
School of Natural Resources and the Environment, Florida Sea Grant
College, College of Engineering, UF Water Institute, Center for Interna
tional Business Education and Research, College of Business, Depart
ment of Urban and Regional I 111..1 .. UF Center forTourism Research
and Development, UF Department of Museum Studies, International
/' .; ili ... ITrade and Policy Center and Institute for Food and Agricul
tural Sciences.
Outside the University of Florida, CGR faculty worked with European
Union centers at the University of Miami and Florida International Uni
versity Everglades National Park; the FloridaTrust for Historic Preserva
tion; Florida Committee on Privacy and Court Records; St.Thomas Uni
versity; Universidad Francisco Marroquin in Guatemala; State University
of Maringa in Brazil; and Polish Judges Association.

CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL
FINANCIAL CRIMES STUDIES

Directed by Chesterfield Smith Professor Fletcher N. Baldwin, Jr, the
Center for International Financial Crime Studies provides global studies,
consultation, training and education in anti money laundering strategies,
hosts leading experts as classroom lecturers, and coordinates national
and international conferences, held to date in NewYork, Washington,
D.C., Miami, San Francisco, Aruba and Curacao.The center also is
actively involved with the annual International Symposium on Economic


Center for Governmental Responsibility faculty
like Richard Hamann (left) offer programs that
take students outside the conventional classroom
to sites from Gainesville to Costa Rica.


Crime at Cambridge University England, and works with the Institute
for Advanced Legal Studies at the University of London where Bald
win is an Honorary Fellow -to develop and ii ... ~i, i knowledge
in areas of international expertise. Baldwin has participated in train
ing law enforcement officers at the Federal Law EnforcementTraining
Center's Financial Fraud Institute, Money Laundering Countermeasures
at the Financial Crimes Summit in Sydney Australia, the Law Society of
Scotland's Conference on Money Laundering and Terrorism in Glasgow,
and money laundering seminars at Montpellier University, France, and
was consultant to the government of Indonesia's Financial ni II. 1
Unit (Checchi and Company C ,.. ii.... Inc.).

CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF
RACE AND RACE RELATIONS

The Levin College of Law is one of only five law schools in the na
tion housing a center devoted to the study of race, and its Center for
the Study of Race and Race Relations is unique in its focus on cur
riculum development.The center is committed to de-stigmatizing race
in America.With the objective of fostering communities of dialogue,
the center embraces historically and empirically based i;, ,i i .. talking,
teaching and writing on race and creates and supports programs de
signed to enhance race-related curriculum development for faculty staff
and students in collegiate and professional schools.
Under the direction of Professor Katheryn Russell-Brown and Assis
tant Director Melissa Bamba, the center in 2004 co-hosted the confer
ence,"Beyond Brown, an Interdisciplinary Look at Issues, Impacts and
Challenges of Landmark Desegregation Case," launched an innovative
Faculty Reading Initiative to encourage I .i.. i ii discussion of race and
racial issues, and held its inaugural Race and Law Curriculum Workshop










(2002) (symposium). "Peeping Techno-Toms and
the Fourth Amendment: Seeing Through Kyllo's
Rules Governing Technological Surveillance,"
86 Minn. L. Rev. 1393-1437 (2002) (symposium).
* "Don't Target Mental Illness in Gun Checks,"
Newsday, April 11, 2002 (Op. Ed.). "The Hartman
Hotz Lecture Race-Based Defenses: The Insights
of Traditional Analysis, 54 Ark. L. Rev. 739-776
(2002).


E 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).


E JEFFRY S. WADE
Director, Environmental Division,
Center for Governmental
Responsibility
'The Evolution of North American
Environmental Law," 3 Revista do Centro de Apoio
Operacional as Promotorias de Justica de Proteado
ao Meio Ambiente do Estado do Parana 5 (3 J. of
the Operational Support Center for Environmental
Prosecutors of the State of Parana 5) (2002). *
"Environmental Crime in the United States," 15 Fla.
J. Int'l L. 39 (2002). "Law and Policy Issues for
Water Resources Management in Florida," Sequiincia
42: Revista do Curso de Pos-Graduacdo em Direito
da UFSC (Journal of the Post-Graduate Course of
Law, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil)
(March 2002).


M WALTER 0. WEYRAUCH
Distinguished Professor; Stephen C.
O'Connell Chair; Associate Director,
Center on Children and Families
"Private Lawmaking," Encyclopedia
of Law and Society: American and Global
Perspectives (Sage Publications, 2005). "Private
Legal Systems," Encyclopedia of Law and Society
(Sage Publications, 2004). "Gypsies and Travelers,"
Encyclopedia of Law and Society (Sage Publications,
2004). "I1 Diritto Degli Zingari," Giuristi Stranieri
di Oggi (Giuffre, Milan, Italy, 2004) (A. Simoni,
Ed.). Book Review, "The Romani People: A Long
Surviving and Distinguished Culture at Risk," 51
Am. J. Corn. L. 679 (2003). Das Recht der Roma
und Sinti: Ein Beispiel Autonomer Rectsschopfun
(Vittorio Klostermann Pub., 2002).


ESTEVEN J. WILLIS
Professor; Associate Director, Center
on Children and Families
Tax Accounting (West, 2005). *
"Family Law Economics, Child
Support, and Alimony: Ruminations on Income,
Part II," 78 Fla. Bar J. 34 (June 2004). "Family
Law Economics, Child Support, and Alimony:
Ruminations on Income, Part I," 78 Fla. Bar J. 34
(2004). Financial Calculations for Lawyers (with


electronic calculators) (Book World Publishers,
2004). Electronic Teaching Materials for Tax
Exempt Organizations (Thomson West, 2004).
* 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). 2003 Statutory
Supplement to The Tax Law of Charities and Other
Exempt Organizations (Thomson West, 2003).


MICHAEL ALLAN WOLF
Richard E. Nelson Chair in Local
Government Law; Professor
Introduction and "'They Endured':
Mining the Supreme Court's
Serviceable Past," Strategies for Environmental
Success in an Uncertain Judicial Climate (ELI,
2005). "Yes, Thankfully, Euclid Lives," 73
Fordham L. Rev. 731 (2004) (with Charles Haar).
* Powell on Real Property (General Ed., 17 vols.)
(Matthew Bender, 2004). "Charles Warren," Yale
Biographical Dictionary ofAmerican Law (Yale
Univ. Press, forthcoming). "Leo Frank," "Emma
Goldman," "Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.," One
Hundred Americans Making Constitutional History
(CQ Press, 2004) (Melvin Urofsky, Ed.). "Euclid
Lives: The Survival of Progressive Jurisprudence,"
115 Harv. L. Rev. 2158 (2002) (with Charles Haar).
Also published as Chapter 15 in 2003 Zoning and
Planning 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
published in 20 Pace Environmental L. Rev. 253
(2002), and in New Ground: The Advent of Local
Environmental Law (Environmental Law Institute,
2003) (John R. Nolon, Ed.).


BARBARA BENNETT
WOODHOUSE
Director, Center on Children and
Families; Director, Family Law
Certificate Program; David H. Levin
Chair In Family Law; Co-Director, University
of Florida Institute for Child and Adolescent
Research and Evaluation
* "Refraiing the Debate about the Socialization of
Children: An Environmentalist Paradigm," Univ.
Chi. Legal Forum 85 (2004). "Re-Visioning Rights
for Children," Rethinking Childhood (Rutgers
University Press, 2004) (Peter B. Pufall and Richard
P. Unsworth, Eds.). "Defending Childhood:
Developing a Child-Centered Law and Policy
Agenda," 14 Fl. J. L. and Pub. Pol. 201 (2003).
"Children's Rights in Gay and Lesbian Families:
A Child-Centered Perspective," Child, 1 . and
State (Nomos XLIV) (NYU Press, 2003) (Stephen
Macedo and 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 Cornell J. L. Pub. Pol.


481 (2002). "Talking About Children's Rights in
Judicial Custody and Visitation Decision-Making,"
36 1 .. 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). "Youthful
Indiscretions: Culture, Class, Status, and the Passage
to Adulthood," 51 DePaul L. Rev. 743 (2002). *
"Horton Looks at the ALI Principles," 4 J. L and
I .. Studies 151 (2002).


CLAUDIA WRIGHT
Director, Gator TeamChild /Juvenile
Law Clinic; Senior Legal Skills
Professor; Associate Director, Center
on Children and Families
* "Re-Thinking Juvenile Justice: Using the IEP
Concept to Create a New Juvenile Justice Paradigm,"
Vol. 10, No. 6, Juvenile Justice Update (2005). *
Video by Patricia Hilliard-Nunn, "Youth Speaks!
Opinions about the Juvenile System," (2005) (Co-
producer, with Karen Keroack). "Representation
of Children in a Unified Family Court System in
Florida," U. Fla. J. L. and Pub. Pol'y (Spring 2003).
* "The Value of High Quality, Comprehensive
Information to Decision-Makers in Juvenile Cases,"
Fla. B. J. (2003) (with Thomas Oakland).


DANAYA C. WRIGHT
Professor
"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 (1858-1866)," 19 Wise.
Women's L. J. 211-318 (2004). "The Logic and
Experience of Law: Lawrence v. Texas and the
Politics of Privacy," 15 Fl. J. of Law and Pub. Pol'y
423 (2004). "Untying the Knot: An Analysis of
English Divorce and Matrimonial Causes Court
Records," 1858, 38 Univ. of Richmond L. Rev.
903 (2004). "A New Time For Denominators:
Toward A Dynamic Theory Of Property In
Regulatory Takings' Relevant Parcel Analysis," 34
Environmental L. 175 (2004) (reprinted in the 2005
Zoning and Planning Law Handbook). "Shaken,
Not Stirred: Has Tahoe-Sierra Settled or Muddied
the Regulatory Takings Waters?" 32 Envt'l L.
Reports 11177 (2002) (with Nissa Laughner). "The
Crisis of Child Custody: A History of the Birth of
Family Law in England," 11 Colum. J. Gender and
L. 175 (2002).


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































The Institute for Dispute Resolution, led by Trustee Research Fellow/Professor Don Peters (standing,
at right), encourages and enhances teaching, research and service in mediation, negotiation, collec-
tive bargaining and arbitrationlinternational litigation.

to bring ii, law professors from across the nation to discuss how issues of race are
incorporated into law school teaching and curriculum. (Details are online at www.law.ufl.
edu/csrrr)The center is planning the next Race and Law Curriculum Workshop for 2008.
The center also publishes an annual newsletter and hosts an annual spring lecture -with
the next scheduled for April 2006 -to invite leading scholars and educators on race to
present their research to the law school and the University of Florida community and to
showcase the diversity of scholarship on race.

INSTITUTE FOR DISPUTE RESOLUTION

Under the direction ofTrustee Research Fellow/Professor Don Peters and Associate
Directors Jonathan Cohen and Alison Eckles Gerencser the Institute for Dispute Resolution
encourages and enhances teaching, research and service in mediation, negotiation, collective
bargaining and arbitration/international litigation. IDR trains students to become mediators
'i 1... i 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.
The institute also hosts and co-sponsors an annual conference with Upchurch Watson
and 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.

INSTITUTE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS,
PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT

UFs Institute for Human Rights, Peace and Development was founded and is directed by
SamuelT Dell Research ScholarWinston Nagan, a former secretary general of the United
Nations and board chairman of Amnesty International USA.The institute seeks to enhance
understanding of governance and human rights in Africa and other countries, facilitate cre
ation of the Human Rights and Peace Centre at Makerere University in Uganda, and assist
with coordination of Southeastern European peace conferences. Professor Nagan, who is
internationally known as both a scholar of international law and an advocate for peace and
human rights, drafted a Bill of Rights for the Shuar Nation, a native population in Ecuador
and in Summer 2005 was one of 25 top international law scholar lawyers chosen to partici
pate in the Dag Hammarskjold Symposium on international law issues in Sweden.


LEVIN COLLEGE OF LAW
ADMINISTRATION

Dean
Robert H.jerry, II,
Levin, Mabie and Levin Professor
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
George L. Dawson
Professor
Associate Dean for Administrative Affairs
j. Patrick Shannon

Associate Dean for Faculty Development
Lyrissa Barnett Lidsky
Professor; UF Research Foundation Professor

Associate Dean and Director,
Graduate Tax Program
Michael K. Friel
Professor
Associate Dean for International Studies
Stuart R. Cohn
Gerald A. Sohn Scholar; Professor
Associate Dean, Library and Technology
M. Kathleen "Kathie" Price
Clarencej.TeSelle Professor

Associate Dean for Students,
Professionalism and Community
Relations
Gail E. Sasnett

Assistant Dean for Admissions
J. Michael Patrick
Assistant Dean for Career Services
Linda Calvert Hanson
Assistant Dean for Diversity
and Community Relations
Adrian Jones
Communications Director
Debra D.Amirin

Senior Development Director
Donaldj. Hale


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