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O ur goal at the University of Florida Levin College of
Law is to be consistently recognized as one of the very best
law schools in the nation. We understand that to reach this
goal we must have excellent students. We are proud of the
quality of our students, who come to us with great accom-
plishments and much promise for future contributions to
society and the legal profession. Applications are increas-
ing and the credentials of our entering classes continue to
improve.
We understand that we must also have excellent
facilities. And now we do, thanks to a $25 million expansion and renovation project concluded in 2005 that added two state-
of-the-art classroom towers and completely renovated and upgraded our library. In addition, ground will be broken this year
for a new $5.2 million Martin H. Levin Advocacy Center, which will house a state-of-the-art courtroom and will complete
the total reconstruction of the college's academic space during this decade.
We must also have strong educational programs and support services for students, and we are making significant
progress in these areas. I am very pleased that Rachel Inman has joined the administrative team as associate dean for students
and that John Plummer is with us now as assistant dean for administrative affairs.
We must also have the resources, both public and private, to support our students and faculty. Our alumni and
friends have helped us set new records in private giving, and we are well on the way toward meeting the college's $47 mil-
lion goal in the University of Florida's more than $1 billion major campaign. In addition, we have made significant progress
in our efforts to increase state support through our tuition devolution strategy.
Most of all, to be a great law school, we must have superb faculty. This means we work hard not only to recruit out-
standing teachers and scholars, such as recent hires Leonard Riskin and Shani King, but also to help current faculty achieve
their full potential. One measure of the quality of the faculty is presented in this Report From the Faculty, which demon-
strates the faculty's productivity since 2004, including 79 books, 227 law review and journal articles, and 141 other articles,
book chapters and published reports.
Much more information about the Levin College of Law and its faculty is available at www.law.ufl.edu, and I invite
you to visit us on the Web or in person in Gainesville.
Robert H. Jerry
Dean; Levin Mabie and Levin Professor of Law


Faculty Impact

As is true at most law schools, the list of faculty scholarship that follows represents only one aspect of our faculty's influence,
which extends far beyond law classrooms and lawyers' offices. During the past three years, UF Law faculty publications have
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. UF Law faculty members have also appeared in nearly 1,000 different news reports in media outlets
such as the New York Times, the Washington Post and National Public Radio, and helped to mediate domestic and inter-
national disputes, protect global environmental resources, and reform legal systems here and abroad. To list a few diverse
samples from 2006-07 alone:
* Associate Professor Chris Peterson's research on predatory lending practices gained national attention, including stories by National
Public Radio, the New York Times, and USA Today, and led to his testimony before Congress and an endorsement by the U.S.
Department of Defense with respect to the research's implications for military families.
* Associate Dean for International Programs Professor Stuart Cohn published under the auspices of the United Nations a guide for
corporate governance in developing nations.
* Stephen C. O'Connell Professor Christopher Slobogin published books on mental illness and the law with Oxford University Press and
Harvard University Press, and also, as chair of the Florida Assessment Team for the ABA's Death Penalty Moratorium Implementation
Project, was instrumental in issuing a 400-page report on the Florida death penalty system.
* Richard Nelson Chair in Local Government Law Michael Allan Wolf has since 2000 been general editor of the 17-volume treatise
Powell on Real Property, the nation's most widely-cited treatise on property law, including citations in U.S. Supreme Court opinions in
four cases in the past five years.



























A cadem ic Books Since 2004(Afulllist of faculty scholarship since 2004 begins on page 6)


* YARIV BRAUNER: U.S. International Taxation: Cases andMaterials,
(with Reuven S. Avi-Yonah and Diane Ring) (University Casebook Series,
Foundation Press, 2nd Ed., 2005)

* DENNIS A. CALFEE: Federal Estate and Gift Taxation and
accompanying instructor's manual and study problems (with Richard B.
Stephens, Guy B. Maxfield, Stephen A. Lind and Robert B. Smith) (Warren,
Gorham and Lamont, 8th Ed., 2006)

* BILL CHAMBERLIN: The Law of Public Communication (Allyn and
Bacon, 2005 Ed.; Longman Publishers USA, 1988-2004 Eds.; and periodic
updates)

* STUART R. COHN: Securities Counseling for Small and Emerging
Companies (West Group, 2006 Ed., with annual updates) Florida Business
Laws Annotated: Commentary, Cases and Forms (2006-07 Ed.)

* NANCY E. DOWD: /1 ..- .' fChildren, Culture and Violence (with
Dorothy Singer and Robin Fretwell) (Sage Publications, 2006)

* ALYSON FLOURNOY: CPRfor the Environment: Breathing New Life
into the Nation's Major Environmental .,. I - ve Sourcebook
of Progressive Ideas for Members of Congress -it (Ed., with Matthew
Shudtz) (2007)

* MICHAEL K. FRIEL: Taxation of Individual Income (with Martin
Burke) (LexisNexis, 8th Ed., 2007) Understanding Federal Income
Taxation (with Martin Burke) (2nd Ed., 2006) Treatise, Modem Estate
Planning (with Martin Burke and Elaine Gagliardi) (2nd Ed., 2004-2007)

* MICHAEL W. GORDON: Florida Corporations Manual (Five
Volumes, LexisNexis, 1974, revised 2007) International Business
Transactions: A Problem-Oriented Coursebook, with documents
supplement and teacher's manual (with Folsom, Spanogle and Fitzgerald)
(West Group, 9th Ed., 2006) NAFTA and Free Trade in the Americas: A
Problem-Oriented Coursebook, with documents supplement and teacher's
manual (with Folsom and Gantz) (West Group, 2nd Ed., 2005) Principles
ofInternational Business Transactions (with Folsom and Spanogle) (West
Group, 2005) International Business Transactions in a Nutshell (with
Folsom and Spanogle) (West Group, 7th Ed., 2004) International Civil
Dispute Resolution: A Problem-Oriented Coursebook, with documents
supplement and teacher's manual (with Baldwin, Brand and Epstein) (2004)
International Trade and Economic Relations in a Nutshell (with Folsom
and Spanogle) (West Group, 3rd Ed., 2004)

* JEFFREY L. HARRISON: Law andEconomics: Positive, Normative
and Behavioral Perspectives (Thomson-West, 2nd Ed., 2007) Law and
Economics in a Nutshell (Thomson-West, 4th Ed., 2007) Regulation and
Deregulation (with Verkuil and Morgan) (2nd Ed., 2004)


* BERTA HERNANDEZ-TRUYOL: Local Laws, Global Lives: Trade
and Human Rights Law in the Americas (with Stephen Powell) (NYU Press,
forthcoming 2008)

* DAVID M. HUDSON: Federal Income Tax (with Stephen A. Lind) (9th
Ed., 2004)

* THOMAS R. HURST: Unincorporated Business Associations, Cases
and Materials (co-author) (West, 3rd. Ed., 2006) Cases and Materials on
Corporations (with William A. Gregory) (Lexis Nexis, 2nd Ed., 2005)

* JEROLD H. ISRAEL: Criminal Procedure (with co-authors Wayne
LaFave and Nancy King) (2nd. Ed., pocket parts 2007) Criminal
Procedure Constitutional Limitations in a Nutshell (with Wayne Lafave)
(Thomson/West, 7th Ed., 2006) Criminal Procedure and the Constitution
(with Yale Kamisar, Wayne LaFave and Nancy King) (2006) Advanced
Criminal Procedure (with Yale Kamisar, Wayne LaFave and Nancy King)
(11th Ed., 2005) Basic Criminal Procedure (with Yale Kamisar, Wayne
LaFave and Nancy King) (llth Ed., 2005) High Court Case Summaries.
Criminal Procedure: Keyed to Israel, Kamisar, Lafave, and King's
Casebook on Criminal Procedure (2005 Ed., 2006) Modem Criminal
Procedure (with Yale Kamisar, Wayne LaFave and Nancy King) (11th
Ed., 2005, with 2006 supplement) Criminal Procedure Hornbook (with
Wayne LaFave and Nancy King) (4th Ed., 2004) Principles of Criminal
Procedure: Investigation (with Wayne LaFave and Nancy King) (2004) *
Principles of Criminal Procedure: Post-Investigation (with Wayne LaFave
and Nancy King) (West Group, 2004) White Collar Crime in a Nutshell
(with Podgor) (West Group, 3rd Ed., 2004)

* ROBERT H. JERRY, II: Understanding Insurance Law (with Douglas
Richmond) (4th Ed., forthcoming 2007/08)

* CHRISTINE A. KLEIN: Natural Resources Law: A Place-Based Book
of Problems and Cases (with Federico Cheever and Bret C. Birdsong)
(Aspen Publishers, 2005)

* LYRISSA BARNETT LIDSKY: First Amendment Law: Cases and
Materials (with Ronald Krotoszynski, Jr., Christina Wells, and Steven Gey)
(Aspen, 2007) Mass Media Law: Cases and Materials (with Marc Franklin
and David A. Anderson) (7th Ed., 2005, with update memos for 2005 and
2006) Freedom of the Press: A Reference Guide to the U.S. Constitution
(with R. George Wright) (2004)

* JOSEPH W. LITTLE: Worker's Compensation (with Eaton and Smith)
(Revised Ed., 2005)

* LAWRENCE LOKKEN: Federal Taxation of Employee Compensation
(with Boris I. Bittker) (Warren Gorham and Lamont, 2006) Fundamentals
of International Taxation (with Boris I. Bittker) (2006/2007 Ed.) Federal
Taxation ofIncome, Estates and Gifts Vol. 3 and 4 (with Boris I. Bittker)
(3rd Ed., 2005)
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* PEDRO A. MALAVET: America's Colony: The Political and
Cultural C&,flirl Between the United States and Puerto Rico (NYU Press,
2004)

* DIANE H. MAZUR: Law and Popular Culture: Text, Notes, and
Questions (with Papke, Cole Essig, Corcos, Huang, Ledwon, Menkel-
Meadow, Meyer, and Miller) (LexisNexis, 2007)

* PAUL R. MCDANIEL: Federal Income Taxation of Partnerships and
S Corporations (with Martin McMahon and Dan Simmons, UC-Davis)
(Foundation Press, 4th Ed., 2006, with annual supplements since 2002)
Federal Income Taxation of Corporations (with Martin McMahon and
Dan Simmons, UC-Davis) (Foundation Press, 3rd Ed., 2006) Federal
Income Taxation of Business Organizations (with Martin McMahon and
Dan Simmons, UC-Davis) (Foundation Press, 4th Ed., 2006, with annual
supplements since 2002) Introduction to United States International
Taxation (Aspen, 5th Ed., 2005) Federal Income Taxation (with
McMahon, Simmons, and Abreu) (Foundation Press, 5th Ed., 2004)

* MARTIN J. MCMAHON, JR.: Federal Income Taxation of
Business Organizations, with accompanying class discussion problems
and teacher's manual, and annual supplements (with Paul McDaniel
and Daniel Simmons) (4th Ed., 2006) Federal Income Taxation of
Corporations, and annual supplements (with Paul McDaniel and Daniel
Simmons) (3rd Ed., 2006) Federal Income Taxation of Partnerships
and S Corporations, and annual supplements (with Paul McDaniel and
Daniel Simmons) (4th Ed., 2006) Federal Income Taxation, Cases and
Materials, with accompanying class discussion problems and teacher's
manual, and annual supplements since 2005 (with Paul McDaniel, Daniel
Simmons and Alice Abreu) (5th Ed., 2004) Federal Income Taxation of
Individuals, (with Boris I. Bittker and Lawrence A. Zelenak) and semi-
annual cumulative supplements since 2003

* LARS NOAH: Law, Medicine, and Medical Technology: Cases and
Materials (Foundation Press, 2nd Ed., 2007)

* KENNETH B. NUNN: The MacMillan Encyclopedia of Race and
Racism (Consulting Editor for Race and Constitutional Law, forthcoming
2007)

* WILLIAM H. PAGE: The Microsoft Case: Antitrust, High
Technology, and Consumer :iU. ... (with John Lopatka) (Univ. of
Chicago Press, 2007) Law and Popular Culture: Text, Notes, and
Questions (with Papke, Cole Essig, Corcos, Huang, Ledwon, Menkel-
Meadow, Meyer, and Miller) (LexisNexis, 2007) Kintner's Federal
Antitrust Law (11 vols., with Joseph Bauer and John Lopatka) (Lexis,
supplements since 2004)


* JUAN F. PEREA: Race and Races: Cases and Resources for a Diverse
America (with Richard Delgado, Angela Harris, Jean Stefancic and
Stephanie Wildman) (2nd Ed., 2007)

* DON C. PETERS: Juris Types: Learning Law .. .. ". .7-
Understanding (with Dr. Martha M. Peters) (2007)

* CHRISTOPHER L. PETERSON: Taming the Sharks: Towards a
Cure for the High-Cost Credit Market (Univ. of Akron Press, 2004)

* STEPHEN J. POWELL: Local Laws, Global Lives: Trade and
Human Rights Law in the Americas (with Berta Hernndez-Truyol) (NYU
Press, forthcoming 2008)

* DAVID M. RICHARDSON: Federal Tax Procedure (withJerome
Borison and Steve Johnson) (Matthew Bender Graduate Tax Series, 2005)

* LEONARD L. RISKIN: Dispute Resolution andLawyers (with
Westbrook, Guthrie, Heinsz, Robbennolt & Reuben) (3rd Ed., Westgroup,
2005)

* SHARON E. RUSH: Huck Finn's 'Hidden' Lessons: Teaching and
Learning Across the Color Line (Rowman and Littlefield, 2006)

* KATHERYN RUSSELL-BROWN: Protecting Our Own:
Race, Crime, and African-Americans (Rowman & Littlefield, 2006) *
Underground Codes: Race, Crime and Related Fires (NYU Press, 2004)

* CHRISTOPHER SLOBOGIN: Privacy at Risk: The New
Government Surveillance and the Fourth Amendment (University of
Chicago Press, 2007) Psychological Evaluations for the Courts: A
Handbook for Mental Health Professionals and Lawyers (with Gary
Melton, John Petrila & Norman Poythress) (Guilford Press, 3rd Ed., 2007)
Proving the Unprovable: The Role of Law, Science and Speculation
in Adjudicating Culpability and Dangerousness (Oxford University
Press, 2006) Minding Justice: Laws That Deprive People With Mental
Disability of Life andL i '. (Harvard University Press, 2006) Law
and the Mental Health System: Civil and Criminal Aspects (with Ralph
Reisner & Arti Rai) (4th Ed., 2004)

* STEVEN J. WILLIS: The Tax Law of Charities and Other Exempt
Organizations: Cases, Materials, Questions, and Activities and
accompanying instructor's manual (with Darryll K. Jones, David A.
Brennen, and Beverly I. Moran) (Thomson West, 2nd Ed., 2006) *
Federal Tax Accounting (with Michael B. Lang and Elliott Manning)
(2006) Tax Accounting (West, 2005)

* MICHAEL ALLAN WOLF: s, .... for Environmental Success in
an Uncertain Judicial Climate (ELI, 2005) Powell on Real Property
(General Ed. since 2000, 17 vols.) (Matthew Bender)











UF Law Faculty Scholarship

Faculty scholarship since 2004. Faculty vita and lists of publications are online at www.lawufledu/faculty.


MARY JANE ANGELO
Associate Professor
Incorporating Emergy Synthesis
into Environmental Law: an
Integration of Ecology, Economics, and
Law, Envtl. L. (with Mark T. Brown) (2007)
* "Reforming the Federal Insecticide,
Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act," CPR for
the Environment: Breathing New Life into
the Nation's Major Environmental Statutes,
A Legislative Sourcebook of Progressive
Ideas for Members of Congress and Staff
(Alyson Floumoy and Matthew Shudtz,
Eds.) (2007) http://www.progressivereform.
org/articles/CPR_701.pdf "Regulating
Evolution for Sale: an Evolutionary Biology
Model for Regulating the Unnatural Selection
of Genetically Modified Organisms," 42
Wake Forest L. Rev. 93 (2007) "Embracing
Uncertainty, Complexity, and Change:
An Eco-Pragmatic Reinvention of a First-
Generation Environmental Law," 33 Ecology
L. Q. 105 (2006), Chosen as one of the top
ten environmental and land use law review
articles of 2006, to be reprinted in volume 38
of the Land Use and Environmental L. Rev.
(A. Dan Tarlock and David Callies, Eds.)
(forthcoming 2007) "Crouching Textualist,
Hidden Intentionalist: Reclaiming Our Stolen
'GreenDestiny' Out of the Judicial Sparring
Over the Interpretation of Environmental
Statutes," \'.-,. . for Environmental Success
in an Uncertain Judicial Climate (Michael
Allan Wolf, Ed.) (2005) "Redressing the
Failure of Environmental Law to Protect Birds
and Their Habitat," 20 Nat. Res. & Env't 22
(2005) (with Anthony J. Cotter)

E THOMAS T. ANKERSEN
Legal Skills Professor; Director,
Conservation Clinic and Costa
Rica Law Program
"Anchoring Away: Government Regulation
and the Rights of Navigation in Florida, (with
R. Hamann) Technical Publication # 157,
Florida Sea Grant (2006 revision of 1999
work) "Costanera Sur: Gateway to the Osa.
A Scenic and Conservation and Development
Corridor in Costa Rica," Proceedings of the
"Sustainable Tourism 2006 Conference,
Verona, Italy (with M. Gurucharri) (2006) *
"Defending the Polygon: The Emerging Human
Right to Communal Property," 59 Oklahoma L.


Rev. (with Thomas Ruppert) (2006) "Tierra
y Libertad: The Social Function Doctrine and
Land Reform in Latin America," 19 Tulane
Envt'l L. J. 69 (2006) (with Thomas Ruppert)
* "Towards a bioregional approach to tropical
forest conservation: Costa Rica's Greater Osa
Bioregion," 38 Futures J. 406 (with Steven A.
Mack and Kevin Regan) (2006) "Applying
Clinical Legal Education to Community
Smart Growth: The University of Florida
Conservation Clinic," (with Nicole C. Kibert)
Partnerships for Smart Growth: University-
Community Collaboration for Better Public
Places 64 (Wim Wiewel & Gerrit-Jan Knaap
Eds.) (2005) "Inside the Polygon: Emerging
Community Tenure Systems and Forest
Resource Extraction," Working Forests in the
Tropics: Conservation through Sustainable
Management (with Grenville Barnes) (Zarin
and Schmink, Eds.) (Columbia Press, 2004)

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
"The Rule of Law: Essential Component of
the Financial War Against Organized Crime
and Terrorism in the Americas," 18 N. J.
Financial Crime (with T. DiPera) (Institute
Advanced Legal Studies, University of
London, 2007) "Down to the Wire: Assessing
the Constitutionality of the National Security
Agency's Warrantless Wiretapping Program:
Exit The Rule of Law," (with Robert Shaw)
17 U. Fla. J. L & Pub. Pol'y 430 (2006) *
"Exposure of Financial Institutions to Criminal
Liability," 13 J. Financial Crime 387 (2006)
* "Can Law Enforcement Agencies Make a
Dent in Terrorists Financing?" Royal Canadian
Mounted Police Gazette (2005) "Money
Laundering Countermeasures with Primary
Focus on Terrorism and the USA Patriot Act of
2001," Current Developments in Monetary and
Financial Law Vol. 3, Ch. 18 (International
Monetary Fund Pub'l, Washington, D.C., 2005)
* "The Financing of Terrorism in the Age of the
Internet: Willful Blindness, Greed or a Political
Statement?" 8 J. Money Laundering Control
127 (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 (2004) "The Rule of Law,
Terrorism, and Countermeasures, Including
the USA Patriot Act of 2001," 16 Fla. J. Int'l
L. 43 (2004) "Terrorism and the USA Patriot
Act 2001 An Analysis," Money Laundering,
Asset Forfeiture, and Financial Crimes (2004)

YARIV BRAUNER
Associate Professor
U.S. International Taxation:
Cases and Materials (with
Reuven S. Avi-Yonah and Diane Ring)
(University Casebook Series, Foundation
Press, 2nd Ed., 2005) "International Trade
and Tax Agreements May Be Coordinated,
But Not Reconciled," 25 Va. Tax Rev. 251
(2005) "A Good Old Habit, or Just an
Old One? Preferential Tax Treatment for
Reorganizations," 2004 BYU L. Rev. 1 (2004)

SDENNIS A. CALFEE
Professor; Alumni Research
Scholar
Federal Estate and Gift Taxation
and accompanying instructor's manual and
study problems (with Richard B. Stephens,
Guy B. Maxfield, Stephen A. Lind and Robert
B. Smith) (8th Ed., 2006)

BILL CHAMBERLIN
Affiliate Professor; Joseph L.
Brechner Eminent Scholar of
Mass Communications
"Safe from Sex Offenders? Legislating Internet
Publication of Sex Offender Registries,"
39 Urb. Law. 1 (2007) "The Freedom of
Information Act: 1966-2006; A Retrospective
on the Rise of Privacy Protection over
the Public Interest in Knowing What the
Government's Up To," 11 Comm. L. & Pol'y,
511 (2006) "The Marion Brechner Citizen
Access Project," Communication and Law:
Multidisciplinary Approaches to Research
(with Cristina Popescu and Michael Weigold)
(Amy Reynolds and Brooke Barnett, Eds.)
(2005) The Law of Public Communication,
(Allyn and Bacon; Longman Publishers USA,
2005)








JONATHAN R. COHEN
Professor; Associate Director,
Institute for Dispute Resolution
"The Culture of Legal Denial,"
The AN. -' .' Assistance of Counsel: Practicing
Law as a Healing Profession (Marjorie
A. Silver Ed., 2007) "Judaism without
Ordinary Law: Toward a Broader View of
Sanctification," 71 The Reconstructionist 1,
50 (2006) "The Culture of Legal Denial,"
84 Neb. L. Rev. (2005) "The Immorality
of Denial," 79 Tul. L Rev. 903 (2005) "A
Taxonomy of Dispute Resolution Ethics,"
Handbook of Dispute Resolution (Robert
Bordone and Michael Moffitt, Eds.) (2005) *
"The Ethics of Respect in Negotiation," What's
Fair: Ethics for Negotiators 257 (Carrie
Menkel-Meadow and Michael Wheeler, Eds.)
(2004) "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 (.. ... i; Debate (Glenn
McGee and Arthur Caplan, Eds.) (Berkeley
Hills Books, 4th Ed., 2004); and reprinted
in Ethical Issues: Western Philosophical
and Religious Perspectives, 480 (Terrence
Reynolds, Ed., 2006) "Toward Candor after
Medical Error: The First Apology Law," 5
Harv. Health Pol'y Rev. 1 (2004)

ESTUART R. COHN
Professor; Gerald A. Sohn
Scholar; Associate Dean for
International Studies; Director,
International and Comparative Law
Certificate Program
Securities ( ... . ., for Small and Emerging
Companies (West Group, 2006 Ed., with
annual updates) Florida Business Laws
Annotated: Commentary, Cases and Forms
(2006-07 Ed.) "Good Corporate Governance
in Developing Nations: Idealism and Realism,"
United Nations Institute for Training and
Research Best Practice Series (2006) "Capital
Market Development and Regulation," United
Nations Inst. for Training and Res., (online
course, 2004) "A New Direction for African
Capital Markets: Facilitating Capital-Raising
Opportunities for Small and Medium-Sized
Enterprises," United Nations Institutefor
Training and Research Doc. #20 (2004) "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) "Potential Liability for MD
and A and 8-K Disclosures and Omissions,"
Annual Institute on Federal Securities (2004)


CHARLES W. COLLIER
[ Professor; Affiliate Professor
of Philosophy
"Terrorism as an Intellectual
Problem," 55 Buff;dl, L. Rev. (forthcoming
December 2007) Speech and Communication
in Law and Philosophy, 12 Legal Theory 1
(2006) Review of Owen Fiss, The Law as
It Could Be, 116 Ethics 412 (2006) Letter
to the Editors, 55 J. of Legal Education 626
(2005) Affirmative Action and the Decline of
Intellectual Culture, 55 J. of Legal Education
3 (2005)

SELIZABETH DALE
Affiliate Associate Professor;
Associate Professor of History
"Getting Away With Murder,"
111 Am. Hist. Rev. 95 (2006) "A Government
of Men, Not Laws: Reconsidering Criminal
Law in America During the Long Nineteenth
Century (1790-1920)," Cambridge History
ofAmerican Law (Christopher Tomlins and
Michael Grossberg, Eds.) (2005)


SJEFFREY DAVIS
Professor; Gerald A. Sohn
Scholar
"Ending the Nonsense: The In
Pari Delicto Doctrine Has Nothing To Do
With What is Section 541 Property of the
Bankruptcy Estate," 21 Emory Bankr. Dev. J.
519 (2005)

EPATRICIA E. DILLEY
Professor
"Reinventing Retirement:
Reforming Social Security,
Medicare, and Private Pension Plans," 10
Emp. Rts. & Emp. Pol'y J. 2 (2006) "Hope
We Die Before We Get Old: The Attack on
Retirement," 12 Elder L. J. 245 (2004)

SNANCY E. DOWD
Chesterfield Smith Professor;
Co-Director, Center on Children
and Families
"Multiple Parents/Multiple Fathers," 9 J. L
and Family Studies (forthcoming 2007) *
Handbook of Children, Culture and Violence
(with chapters by Dowd and Barbara Bennett
Woodhouse) (with Dorothy Singer and Robin
Fretwell, Eds.) (Sage Publications, 2006) *
"Parentage at Birth: Birth Fathers and Social
Fatherhood," 14 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts J. 909
(2006) "Fathers and the Supreme Court:
Founding Fathers and Nurturing Mothers,"
54 Emory L. J. 1271 (2005) "From Genes,
Marriage, and Money to Nurture: Redefining


Fatherhood," Future of the Family (Mark
Rothstein, Ed.) (2005) "Bringing the Margin
to the Center: Comprehensive Strategies for
Work/Family Policies," 73 U. Cin. L. Rev. 433
(2004) "Race, Gender, and Work/Family
Policy," 15 Wash. U. J. L. & Pol'y 219 (2004)

MARK A. FENSTER
Professor
"On Idiocratic Theory: A
Reply," 19 Critical Review
(forthcoming, 2008) "Regulating Land Use
in a Constitutional Shadow: The Institutional
Contexts of Exactions," 58 Hastings L J. 729
(2007) "The Folklore of Legal Biography,"
105 Michigan L. Rev. 1265 (2007) "Takings,
Version 2005: The Legal Process of
Constitutional Property Rights," 9 University
of Pennsylvania J. of Constitutional L. 667
(2007) "Coolhunting the Law," 12 Harv.
Negotiation L. Rev. 157-173 (2007) "The
Opacity of Transparency," 91 Iowa L. Rev.
885 (2006) "Murray Edelman: Polemicist
of Public Ignorance," 17 Critical Rev. 367
(2005) "The Birth of a Logical System:
Thurman Arnold and the Making of Modem
Administrative Law," 83 Or. L. Rev. 69 (2005)
* "Takings Formalism, Regulatory Formulas:
Exactions and the Consequences of Clarity,"
92 Cal. L. Rev. 609 (2004), reprinted in Zoning
and Planning Handbook (2005) and Land Use
and Environmental L. Rev. (A. Dan Tarlock
& David Callies, Eds., 2005) (collecting "best
land use and environmental law articles"
published in 2004)

ALYSON CRAIG
FLOURNOY
Professor; UF Research
Foundation Professor; Director,
Environmental and Land Use Law Program
CPRfor the Environment: Breathing New
Life into the Nation's Major Environmental
Statutes, A Legislative Sourcebook of
Progressive Ideas for Members of Congress
and Staff (co-edited and co-authored
introduction with Matthew Shudtz) (2007)
http://www.progressivereform.org/articles/
CPR_701.pdf "Following the Court Off-
Road in SUWA," -..... '. for Environmental
Success in an Uncertain Judicial Climate
(Michael Allan Wolf, Ed.) (2005) *
"Regulations in Name Only: How the Bush
Administration's National Forest Planning
Rule Frees the Forest Service From Mandatory
Standards and Public Accountability," (with
Margaret Clune and Robert Glicksman) White
Paper published by the Center for Progressive
Reform (2005) http://www.progressivereform.
org/articles/Forests_508.pdf "Public








Resources for Public Uses," chapter in The
New Progressive Agenda (Rena Steinzor and
Chris Schroeder, Eds., 2004) "Section 404 at
Thirty-Something: A Program in Search of a
Policy," 55 Alabama L. Rev. 607 (2004)

MICHAEL K. FRIEL
Professor; Associate Dean
and Director, Graduate Tax
Program
Taxation of Individual Income (with Martin
Burke) (LexisNexis, 8th Ed., 2007) *
I. .. ....*. Federal Income Taxation (with
Martin Burke) (2nd Ed., 2006) Treatise,
Modern Estate Planning (with Martin Burke
and Elaine Gagliardi) (2nd Ed., 2004-2007)

SMICHAEL W. GORDON
John H. and Mary Lou Dasburg
Professor in Corporate Law
Florida Corporations Manual
(Five Volumes, LexisNexis, 1974, revised
2007) International Business Transactions:
A Problem-Oriented Coursebook, with
documents supplement and teacher's manual
(with Folsom, Spanogle and Fitzgerald)
(West Group, 9th Ed., 2006) "Forum Non
Conveniens Misconstrued: A Response to
Henry Saint Dahl," 38 U. Miami Inter-Am. L.
Rev. 141 (2006) "Mexican Law by Zamora,
et al.," 37 U. Miami Inter-Am. L. Rev. 611
(2006) NAFTA and Free Trade in the
Americas: A Problem-Oriented Coursebook,
with documents supplement and teacher's
manual (with Folsom and Gantz) (West Group,
2nd Ed., 2005) Principles of International
Business Transactions (with Folsom and
Spanogle) (West Group, 2005) International
Business Transactions in a Nutshell (with
Folsom and Spanogle) (West Group, 7th Ed.,
2004) International Civil Dispute Resolution:
A Problem-Oriented Coursebook, with
documents supplement and teacher's manual
(with Baldwin, Brand and Epstein) (2004) *
International Trade and Economic Relations
in a Nutshell (with Folsom and Spanogle)
(West Group, 3rd Ed., 2004) "Introduction
(Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Legal &
Policy Issues in the Americas Conference),"
16 Fla. J. Int'l L. 11 (2004) "North American
Integration," Encyclopedia of Law and Society:
American and Global Perspectives (2004)

LINDA CALVERT HANSON
S Assistant Dean, Career Services
"The Law School Perspective
of Small Firm Practice," Link
(2006) "University of Florida College of


Law Externship Program," The Florida Law
Practice Link: A Journal of the General
Practice, Solo and Small Firm Section of
the Florida Bar 1 (with Michael T. Olexa)
(Winter 2005) "Building Allies Through
a Career Services Student Advisory Panel,"
NALP Bulletin 14 (November 2005) Book
chapter on Small Firm Practice, American Bar
Association (co-author)


JEFFREY L. HARRISON
Stephen C. O'Connell Professor
Law and Economics: Positive,
Normative and Behavioral
Perspectives (Thomson-West, 2nd Ed., 2007)
* Law and Economics in a Nutshell (Thomson-
West, 4th Ed., 2007) "Trademark and Status
Signaling: Tattoos for the Privileged," 59
Fla. L Rev. 195 (2007) "An Instrumental
Approach to Market Power and Antitrust
Policy," 59 SMUL. Rev. 1673 (2006) "Post-
Tenure Scholarship and its Implications,"
17 U. Fla. J. L & Pub. Pol'y 139-63 (2006)
* "Faculty Ethics in Law School: Shirking,
Capture, and 'The Matrix,'" 82 U. Det. Mercy
L. Rev. 397 (2005) "A Positive Externalities
Approach to Copyright: Theory and Practice,"
13 J. Intell. Prop. L. 1 (2005) Regulation and
Deregulation (with Verkuil and Morgan) (2nd
Ed., 2004) "Rationalizing the Allocative/
Distributive Distinction in Copyright," 32
Hofstra L Rev. 853 (2004) "The Messenger
Model: Don't Ask, Don't Tell," 71 Antitrust L
J. 1017 (2004) "Socio-economics: Choice and
Challenges,"41 San Diego L. Rev. 257 (2004)


MONIQUE HAUGHTON
WORRELL
Legal Skills Professor;
Supervising Attorney, Child
Welfare Clinic
"In Defense of Juveniles: Due Process
Failures in the United States Juvenile Justice
System," International Society on Family Law
Conference 2005 Presentation (2007)


BERTA ESPERANZA
HERNANDEZ-TRUYOL
Levin Mabie and Levin
Professor; Associate Director,
Center on Children and Families
Local Laws, Global Lives: Trade and Human
Rights Law in the Americas (with Stephen J.
Powell) (NYU Press, forthcoming 2008) *
"Afterword: Beyond the First Decade:
a Forward-looking History of Latcrit
Theory, Community and Praxis (LatCrit at
Ten Years)," 26 Chicano-Latino L. Rev.,


237 (2006) "Beyond the First Decade: a
Forward-looking History of Latcrit Theory,
Community and Praxis (LatCrit X: Critical
Approaches to Economic In/Justice)," 17
Berkeley La Raza L. J. 169 (2006) "Children
and Immigration: International, Local, and
Social Responsibilities,"15 B. U. Pub. Int.
L. J. 297 (2006) "On Disposable People
and Human Well-Being: Health, Money
and Power," 13 U. C. Davis J. Int'l L. &
Pol'y, 35 (2006) "Power, Democracy, and
Participation: the Gender-Neutral Notion of
Trade and the Exclusion of Women From the
Table," 100 Proc. Ann. Meeting-Am. Soc. Int'l
L. 170 (2006) "Sexual Labor and Human
Rights," 37 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 391
(2006) "Asking the Family Question," 38
Fam. L. Q. 481 (2005) "Gender Injustice:
An International Comparative Analysis of
Equality in Employment," 37 Geo. Wash. Int'l
L. Rev. 1031 (2005) "Globalized Citizenship:
Sovereignty, Security and Soul," 50 Villanova
L. Rev. 1009 (2005) "Prostitution Voluntary
Bondage? On Work, Slavery and Human
Rights," (speech at the Global Impact of
Feminist Legal Theory Conference in San
Diego, 2005) Book Review, "Law is Not
Enough," Geo. Washington Int'l L. J. (2005)
* "Traveling the Boundaries of Statelessness:
Global Passports and Citizenship," (with
Matthew Hawk) 52 Clev. St. L. Rev. 97 (2005)
* "Cuba and Good Governance," 14 Transnat'l
L. & Contemp. Prob. 655 (2004) "Cuban
Democracy Act of 1992," Encyclopedia of
Latinos and Latinas in the United States
(2004) "Globalized Citizenship: Sovereignty,
Security, and Soul," Law and Globalization
From Below (Boaventura de Sousa Santos
and Cesar Rodriguez, Eds., 2004) "Law and
Culture: A Cross-Constitutive Paradigm,"
67 Albany L. Rev. 617 (2004) "Platt
Amendment," Encyclopedia of Latinos and
Latinas in the United States (2004) "Querying
Lawrence," 65 Ohio St. L. J. 1151 (2004) *
"The Rule of Law and Human Rights," Fla. J.
Int'l L. (2004)

B RICHARD H. HIERS
Affiliate Professor Emeritus;
Professor of Religion
"Institutional Academic Freedom
or Autonomy Grounded Upon the First
Amendment: A Jurisprudential Mirage," 30
Hamline L. Rev. 1-58 (2007) "Justice and
Compassion in Biblical Law," 1 Convergence
75 (2006) "First Amendment Academic
Freedom Rights of Universities: Judicial
Fabrication of New Clothes for the Emperor,"
as a contribution to a symposium focused








on "Individual vs. Institutional Academic
Freedom" at the annual meeting of the
American Education Research Association
* "The Death Penalty and Due Process in
Biblical Law," 81 U. Det. L. Rev. 751 (2004)
* "Institutional Academic Freedom: A
Constitutional Misconception. Did Grutter v.
Bollinger Perpetuate the Confusion?" 30 J. C.
& U. L. 531 (2004)

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

E THOMAS R. HURST
Professor; Samuel T. Dell
Research Scholar
"Hedge Funds in the 21st
Century: Do the Benefits Outweigh Potential
Dangers to the Financial Markets?," 29 Co.
Law. 228 (2007) Unincorporated Business
Associations, Cases and Materials (co-
author) (West, 3rd. Ed., 2006) "A Post-
Enron Examination of Corporate Governance
Problems in the Investment Company
Industry," 27 Co. Law. 41 (2006) Cases and
Materials on Corporations (with William A.
Gregory) (Lexis Nexis, 2nd Ed., 2005) "The
Unfinished Business of Mutual Fund Reform,"
26 Pace L. Rev. 113 (2005)


E JEROLD H. ISRAEL
Ed Rood Eminent Scholar in
Trial Advocacy and Procedure;
Professor
Criminal Procedure (with co-authors
Wayne LaFave and Nancy King) (2nd Ed.,
pocket parts 2007) Criminal Procedure -
Constitutional Limitations in a Nutshell (with
Wayne Lafave) (Thomson/West, 7th Ed., 2006)
* Criminal Procedure and the Constitution
(with Yale Kamisar, Wayne LaFave and
Nancy King) (2006) Advanced Criminal
Procedure (with Yale Kamisar, Wayne LaFave
and Nancy King) (11th Ed., 2005) Basic
Criminal Procedure (with Yale Kamisar,
Wayne LaFave and Nancy King) (11th Ed.,
2005) High Court Case Summaries. Criminal
Procedure: Keyed to Israel, Kamisar, Lafave,
and King's Casebook on Criminal Procedure
(2005 Ed., 2006) Modem Criminal Procedure
(with Yale Kamisar, Wayne LaFave and
Nancy King) (11th Ed., 2005, with 2006
supp.) Criminal Procedure Hornbook (with
Wayne LaFave and Nancy King) (4th Ed.,


2004) Principles of Criminal Procedure:
Investigation (with Wayne LaFave and
Nancy King) (2004) Principles of Criminal
Procedure: Post-Investigation (with Wayne
LaFave and Nancy King) (West Group, 2004) *
White Collar Crime in a Nutshell (with Podgor)
(West Group, 3rd Ed., 2004) "Seven Habits
of a Highly Effective Scholar," 102 Mich. L.
Rev. 1701 (2004)


MICHELLE S. JACOBS
Professor
"Loyalty's Reward A Felony
Conviction: Recent Prosecutions of
High-Status Female Offenders," 33 Fordham
Urb. L. J. 843 (2006) "Inner Lives: Voices
of African-American Women in Prison," 94 J.
Crim. L & Criminology, 795 (2004) Book
Review, "Piercing the Prison Uniform of
Divisibility for Black Female Inmates," 94 J.
Crim. L & Criminology 101 (2004)


ROBERT H. JERRY, II
Levin Mabie and Levin
Professor; Dean
U.-. .. ,.. Insurance
Law (with Douglas Richmond) (4th Ed.,
forthcoming 2007/08) "Life, Health, and
Disability Insurance: Understanding the
Relationships (Symposium: Genetic Testing
and Disability Insurance)," 35 J. L. Medicine
& Ethics (forthcoming, 2007) "Reflections on
Leadership," (Leadership in Legal Education
Symposium VII) 38 The U. of Toledo L
Rev., 539 (2007) "Defining and Achieving
Excellence," Law School Leadership ', -. ,'.
(Aspatore Books, 2006) "Regulating the
Business of Insurance: Federalism in an Age
of Difficult Risk," 41 Wake Forest L. Rev.
835 (2006) Life and Disability Insurance,"
Materials on Family Wealth Management
(Tumier and McCouch, Eds.) (Thomson West,
2005) "Antitrust Implications of Insurers'
Collaborative Standard Setting," Genetics
and Life Insurance: Medical Underwriting
and Social Pol 'y (Mark A. Rothstein, Ed.)
(MIT Press, 2004) "The Insurance Aspects
of Damages," (with Douglas R. Richmond) J.
of Dispute Resolution 107 (2004) "A Brief
Exploration of Space: Some Observations on
Law School Architecture," 36 Univ. of Toledo
L. Rev. 85 (2004)


SCLIFFORD A. JONES
Associate in Law Research/
Lecturer, Center for
Governmental Responsibility
"Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act," "Buckley


v. Valeo," "Campaign Finance," "European
Commission," "European Court of Justice,"
"Federal Election Campaign Act," "McConnell
v. Federal Election Commission," (L. L. Kaid
and C. Holtz-Bacha, Eds.) Encyclopedia of
Political Communication (Sage Publishing,
forthcoming 2007) "Patent Power and
Market Power: Rethinking the Relationship
Between Intellectual Property Rights and
Market Power in Antitrust Analysis,"
Handbook of Intellectual Property and
Competition Law (J. Drexl, Ed.) (Edward
Elgar Publishing, 2007) "Private Antitrust
in the Global Market," Economic law in
times of .. ... .. -. .- Festschrift for Carl
Baudenbacher 446 (Mario Monti, et. al., Eds.)
(2007) "The Third Devolution in European
Competition Law: Private Enforcement
After the Green Paper," 3 (1) Competition
L. Rev. 1 (2007) "The Second Devolution
of European Competition Law: The Political
Economy of Antitrust Enforcement Under a
More Economic Approach," Frontiers of EC
Antitrust Enforcement: The more economic
approach 1 (D. Schmidtchen, M. Albert,
and S. Voight, Eds.) (Tiibingen, Germany:
Mohr Siebieck, 2007) "Nostradamus Strikes
Again: A Premature U.S. Perspective on the
EU' s Green Paper on Private Enforcement,"
Neueste Entwicklungen im Europiiischen
und Internationalen Kartellrecht 12te St.
Galler Internationales Kartellrechtsforum
2005 360 (C. Baudenbacher, Ed.) (2006)
(Newest Developments in European and
International Competition Law-Twelfth St.
Gallen International Competition Law Forum
360 (2006) "Out Of Guatemala? Election
Law Reform in Florida and the Legacy of Bush
v. Gore in the 2004 Presidential Election,"
5 (1) Election L. J. 121 (2006) "Campaign
Finance Reform and the Internet: Regulating
Web Messages in the 2004 Election and
Beyond," 1 The Internet Election: Perspectives
on the Role of the Web in Campaign 2004
(Andrew P. Williams & John C. Tedesco, Eds.)
(Rowman & Littlefield) (2006) "Foundations
of Competition Policy in the EU and USA:
Conflict, Convergence, and Beyond," The
Evolution of European Competition Law-
Whose Regulation, Which Competition? 17 (H.
Ullrich, Ed.) (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2006)
* "Private Competition Law Enforcement in
Europe: A Growth Market," C. Baudenbacher,
Ed., Neueste Entwicklungen im Europiiischen
und Internationalen Kartellrecht Elftes St.
Galler Internationales Kartellrechtsforum 113
(2005) (Newest Developments in European and
International Competition Law-Eleventh St.
Gallen International Competition Law Forum








113 (2005) "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) "The new
U.S. campaign regulations and political
advertising," Journal of Political Marketing, 3
(4) 105 (with L. L. Kaid) (2004) "Regulating
Political Advertising in the EU and USA: A
Human Rights Perspective," 4 (3) J. Public
Affairs 244 (2004) "Foreign Plaintiffs,
Vitamins, and the Sherman Antitrust Act After
Empagran," (7/8) Eur. L Reporter 270 (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 (Spring), 1-4 (with
L.L. Kaid) (2004) Online at www.ou.edu/
policomm/1402_2004_spring/Jones_kaid.htm
* "Private Antitrust Enforcement in Europe:
A Policy Analysis and Reality Check," 27 (1)
World Competition Law & Economics Rev.
13 (2004) "Transfrontier Media, Law, and
Cultural Policy in the European Union," New
Frontiers in International Communication
Theory 157-177 (M. Semati, Ed.) (Lanham,
MD: Rowman & Littlefield 2004) "Media
and Election Regulation in the United States of
America," Media and Elections 25-57 (with L.
L. Kaid, B. Lange & D. Ward, Eds.) (Mahwah,
N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum & Associates, 2004)

CHRISTINE A. KLEIN
Professor; Associate Dean,
Faculty Development
"The New Nuisance: An
Antidote to Wetland Loss, Sprawl, and Global
Warming," 48 B. C. L. Rev. (2007) "Water
Independence: The Case Against Transbasin
Diversions," 25 UCLA J. Envt'l L. & Pol'y
(2007) "The Law of the Lakes: From
Protectionism to Sustainability," (symposium)
2006 Mich. St. U. L. Rev. 1 (2006) Natural
Resources Law: A Place-Based Book of
Problems and Cases (with Federico Cheever
and Bret C. Birdsong) (Aspen, 2005) "On
Integrity: Some Considerations for Water
Law," 56 Ala. L. Rev. 1009 (2005) "Survey of
Florida Water Law," Waters and Water Rights
(Robert E. Beck, Ed.) (Rev. Vol., 2005)

EELIZABETH T. LEAR
Professor
"National Interests, Foreign
Injuries and Forum Non
Conveniens," 41 U. C. Davis L. Rev.


(forthcoming 2007) "Congress, the Federal
Courts, and Forum Non Conveniens: Friction
on the Frontier of the Inherent Power," 91 Iowa
L. Rev. 1147 (May 2006)


LYRISSA BARNETT LIDSKY
Professor; UF Research
Foundation Professor
"A Critique of Florida's Medium-
Specific Approach to Attorney
Advertising," (with Tera Peterson) Fla. J. of
L. and Public Pol'cy (forthcoming Fall 2007)
* First Amendment Law: Cases and Materials
(with Ronald Krotoszynski, Jr., Christina
Wells, and Steven Gey) (Aspen, 2007) "U.S.
Media Law Update, 2007," Australian Media
and Arts Law Review "Authorship, Audiences
& Anonymous Speech," (with Tom Cotter)
Notre Dame Law Rev. 2007 and Social Science
Research Network Website Mass Media
Law: Cases and Materials (with Marc Franklin
and David A. Anderson) (7th Ed., 2005, with
update memos for 2005 and 2006) Freedom
of the Press: A Reference Guide to the U.S.
Constitution (with R. George Wright) (2004)


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

LAWRENCE LOKKEN
Hugh F. Culverhouse Eminent
Scholar in Taxation; Professor
Federal Taxation of Employee
Compensation (with Boris I. Bittker) (Warren
Gorham and Lamont, 2006) Fundamentals of
International Taxation (with Boris I. Bittker)
(2006/2007 Ed.) "Territorial Taxation: Why
Some U.S. Multinationals May Be Less Than
Enthusiastic About the Idea (and Some Ideas
They Really Dislike)," 59 SMU Law. Rev. 751
(2006) Federal Taxation of Income, Estates
and Gifts (with Boris I. Bittker) (Vol. 3 and
4, 3rd Ed., 2005) "Whatever Happened to
Subpart F? U.S. CFC Legislation After the
Check-the-Box Regulations," 7 Fla. Tax Rev.
185 (2005) "Does the U.S. Tax System
Disadvantage U.S. Multinationals in the World
Marketplace?" 4 J. Tax'n Global Transactions
23 (2004) "A Tax Lawyer's Observations on
Scary Numbers, Politics, and Irresponsibility:
Commentary on Shaviro's Reckless
Disregard," 45 Boston (. ... ,.' L. Rev. (2004)


PAUL J. MAGNARELLA
Affiliate Professor; Professor of
Criminology and Law; Affiliate
Professor of Anthropology,
African Studies, and European Studies
"The Hutu-Tutsi Conflict in Rwanda,"
Perspectives on Contemporary Ethnic Conflict,
(S.C. Saha, Ed.) (2006) "Turkish-American
Intellectual Exchange and Community
Research in Turkey (1930-1980)," 27 The
Turkish Studies Ass'n J. 69 (2006) "Human
Rights: Definitions and Violations," "Military
and Human Rights," "Self-Determination,"
and "Universal Declaration of Human Rights,"
in 1-3 Encyclopedia of the Developing World
(2005) "Protecting Indigenous Rights," 5
Human Rights and Human Welfare, 125-35
(2005) "Communist Chinese and 'Asian
Values' Critiques of Universal Human Rights,"
21 J. of Third World Stud. 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)
* "Diasporas and Human Rights," in 1
Encyclopedia of Diasporas: Immigrant and
Refugee Cultures Around the World 415 (2004)
* "Internationally Protected Human Rights:
Fact or Fiction?" 4 Hum. Rts. & Hum. Welfare
69 (2004)

PEDRO A. MALAVET
Professor
"Outsider Citizenships and
Multidimensional Borders: The
Power and Danger of Not Belonging," Clev. St.
L. Rev. (Afterword, 2004) America's Colony:
The Political and Cultural Conflict between
the United States and Puerto Rico (NYU Press,
2004)


DIANE H. MAZUR
Professor
Law and Popular Culture: Text,
Notes, and Questions (with
Papke, Cole Essig, Corcos, Huang, Ledwon,
Menkel-Meadow, Meyer, and Miller)
(LexisNexis 2007) "Rum, Sodomy, and
the Lash: What the Military Thrives on and
How It Affects Legal Recruitment and Law
Schools," 14 Duke J. Gender L. & Pol'y 1143
(2007) (remarks from the National Lesbian
and Gay Law Foundation's 2006 Lavender
Law Conference) "Don't Ask, Don't Tell,"
14 Duke J. Gender L. & Pol'y 1173 (2007)
(remarks from Harvard Law School's 2007
Gay and Lesbian Legal Advocacy Conference)








* "Military Values in Law," 14 Duke J. Gender
L. & Pol'y 977 (2007) "A Blueprint for
Law School Engagement with the Military,"
1 J. Nat'l Sec. L. & Pol'y 473 (2005) "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)

s PAUL R. MCDANIEL
James J. Freeland Eminent
Scholar in Taxation; Professor
"Territorial vs. Worldwide
International Tax Systems: Which is Better
for the U.S.," 8 Fla. L. Rev. 283 (2007) and 62
The Record of the Association of the Bar of the
City ofNew York 70 (2007) Federal Income
Taxation of Partnerships and S Corporations
(with Martin McMahon and Dan Simmons,
UC-Davis) (Foundation Press, 4th Ed.,
2006, with annual supplements since 2002)
* "The Charitable Contributions Deduction
(Revisited)," 59 SMUL. Rev. 773 (2006) *
Federal Income Taxation of Corporations
(with Martin McMahon and Dan Simmons,
UC-Davis) (Foundation Press, 3rd Ed.,
2006) Federal Income Taxation of Business
Organizations (with Martin McMahon and
Dan Simmons, UC-Davis) (Foundation Press,
4th Ed., 2006, with ann. supps. since 2002)
* Introduction to United States International
Taxation (Aspen, 5th Ed., 2005) "An
Analysis of Tax Expenditure Accounting in
Selected OECD Countries" (2005) Federal
Income Taxation (with McMahon, Simmons,
and Abreu) (Foundation Press, 5th Ed., 2004)
* "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) "The David R.
Tillinghast Lecture Trade Agreements and
Income Taxation: Interactions, Conflicts, and
Resolutions," 57 Tax L. Rev. 275 (2004)

E*MARTIN J. MCMAHON, JR.
Clarence J. Teselle Professor
Federal Income Taxation of
Business Organizations (4th Ed.,
2006), with accompanying class discussion
problems and teacher's manual, and annual
supplements since 2007 (with Paul McDaniel
and Daniel Simmons) Federal Income
Taxation of Corporations, and annual
supplements since 2007 (with Paul McDaniel
and Daniel Simmons) (3rd Ed., 2006) *
Federal Income Taxation of Partnerships and


S Corporations (4th Ed., 2006), and annual
supplements since 2007 (with Paul McDaniel
and Daniel Simmons) Federal Income
Taxation, Cases and Materials (5th Ed.,
2004), with accompanying class discussion
problems and teacher's manual, and annual
supplements since 2005 (with Paul McDaniel,
Daniel Simmons and Alice Abreu) "Recent
Developments in Federal Income Taxation:
The Year 2006," 8 Fla. Tax Rev. 433 (with Ira
B. Shepard) (2007) "Recent Developments
in Federal Income Taxation: The Year 2005,"
8 Fla. Tax Rev. 5 (with Ira B. Shepard) (2007)
* "An Income Tax Is Superior to a Wage
or Consumption Tax," 110 Tax Notes 1353
(March 20, 2006) "Privilege and the Work
Product Doctrine in Tax Cases," 58 The Tax
Lawyer 405 (with Ira B. Shepard) (2005) *
"Recent Developments in Federal Income
Taxation: The Year 2004," 7 Fla. Tax Rev. 47
(with Ira B. Shepard) (2005) "Recognition
of Gain by a Partnership Issuing an Equity
Interest for Services: The Proposed Regulations
Get It Wrong," 109 Tax Notes 1161 (November
28, 2005) "The Matthew Effect and Federal
Taxation," 45 B. C. L Rev. 993 (2004) and
105 Tax Notes 1383 (December 6, 2004) *
"Privilege and The Work Product Doctrine
in Tax Cases," 23 ABA Tax Sec. News Q. 11
(2004), reprinted in 21 GPSOLO, No. 6 (Sept.
2004) "Recent Developments in Federal
Income Taxation: The Year 2003," 6 Fla. Tax
Rev. 445 (with I. Shepard) (2004) Semi-
annual cumulative supplements since 2003 to
Federal Income Taxation of Individuals (with
Boris I. Bittker and Lawrence A. Zelenak)

JON L. MILLS
Professor; Dean Emeritus;
Director, Center for
Governmental Responsibility
"Law Schools as Agents of Change and
Justice Reform in the Americas," U. Fla. J. of
Int'l L (forthcoming) "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," II (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)

E ROBERT C. L. MOFFAT
Professor; Affiliate Professor of
Philosophy
"How Can Law Pave the Road to
Perpetual Peace? What Law Does and What


Law Does Well," Kant and the Problems of the
Contemporary World (Justyna Miklaszewska,
Ed.) (Krakow, Poland: The Jagiellonian
University Press, 2006) "Not the Law's
Business: The Politics of Tolerance and the
Enforcement of Morality," 57 Fla. L. Rev.
1097 (2005)

WINSTON P. NAGAN
Professor; Samuel T. Dell
Research Scholar; Affiliate
Professor of Anthropology;
Director, Institute of Human Rights and
Peace Development
"Communications Theory and World Public
Order: The Anthropomorphic, Jurisprudential
Foundations of International Human Rights,"
Va. J. of nt'l L. 47:3 (with Craig Hammer)
* "Mohamed and Another v. President of
Republic of South Africa and Others -
Constitutional Restraints on the Executive
Branch of the South African Government:
The Rational Limits of Intergovernmental
and Intragovernmental Cooperation in
the Prosecution of Terrorists," 16 L and
Society Trust Rev. 220 (with Craig Hammer)
(February 2006) "Old Poison in New Bottles:
Trafficking and the Extinction of Respect," 14
Tul. J. Intl. & Comp. Law 225 (with Alvaro
de Medeiros) (Spring 2006) Book chapter in
Transitional Justice: The Moral Foundations
of Trials and Commissions in Social and
Political Transformation (2006) "Conflict
Resolution and Democratic Transformation:
Confronting the Shameful Past Prescribing
A Humane Future," South African L. J., Vol.
119, 174-214 (with Lucie Atkins) (2004) *
"Racism, Genocide and Mass Murder: Toward
A Legal Theory About Group Deprivations,"
17 Nat'l Black L. J. 133 (Columbia University)
(2004) "Patriotism, Nationalism, and the War
On Terror: A Mild Plea in Avoidance," 56
Fla. L. Rev. 933 (with Craig Hammer) (2004)
Reprinted in the Amer. J. of Immigration and
Naturalization Law (2005) "The New Bush
National Security Doctrine and the Rule of
Law," (with C. Hammer) published in two
parts in the May and June issues of the Russian
journal Law and Politics (2006) "The Global
Challenge To Legal Education: Training
Lawyers For a New Paradigm Of Economic,
Political and Legal Cultural Expectations
in the 21st Century," 11 ILSA Journal of
Int'l & Comp. Law 1 (with Professor Danie
Visser) (2005) "Truth, Reconciliation, and
the Fragility of Heroic Activism," 5 Global
Jurist Advances, Art. 2 (2005) "Law" entry
in 3 New Dictionary of the History of Ideas,
1243 (Charles Scribner's Sons, 2005) *








"The Changing Character of Sovereignty in
International Law and International Relations,"
43 Colum. J. Transnat'l L. 141 (with Craig
Hammer) (2004) "Implementing the
African Renaissance: Making Human Rights
Comprehensive for the New Millennium," The
University of Georgia Series on Globalization
and Global -.... ......... (2004) "The New
Bush National Security Doctrine and the Rule
of Law," 22 Berkeley J. Int'l L. 375 (with Craig
Hammer) (2004)

ELARS NOAH
Professor
Law, Medicine, and Medical
Technology: Cases and Materials
(Foundation Press, 2nd Ed.) (2007) "Too
High a Price for Some Drugs?: The FDA
Burdens Reproductive Choice," 44 San Diego
L. Rev. (Aug. 2007) "Treat Yourself: Is Self-
Medication the Prescription for What Ails
American Health Care?" 19 Harv. J. L. &
Tech. 359 (2006) "Managing Biotechnology's
[R]evolution: Has Guarded Enthusiasm
Become Benign Neglect?" 11 Va. J. L. &
Tech. 4 (2006) "A Drug by Any Other
Name...?: Paradoxes in Dietary Supplement
Risk Regulation," 17 Stanford L & Policy Rev.
165 (2006) "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. 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)

IKENNETH B. NUNN
Professor; Associate Director,
Center on Children and Families
The MacMillan Encyclopedia of
Race and Racism (Consulting Editor for Race
and Constitutional Law, forthcoming 2007)
"'Still Up On the Roof': Race, Victimology
and the Response to Hurricane Katrina,"
Hurricane Katrina: America's Unnatural
Disaster (Jeremy I. Levitt & Matthew
C. Whitaker, Eds.) (forthcoming 2007) *
"Diversity As a Dead End," 36 Pepperdine
L. Rev. (forthcoming 2007) "Foreword:


New Explorations in Culture and Crime -
Definitions, Theory, Method," 17 Fla. J. Law
& Pub. Pol'y vii (2006) "Committee on Race
and Racism's Diversity Training Project," 18
Crim. Just. 61 (2004)

WILLIAM H. PAGE
Marshall M. Criser Eminent
Scholar in Electronic
Communications and
Administrative Law; Professor
"Software Development as an Antitrust
Remedy: Lessons from the Enforcement of the
Microsoft Communications Protocol Licensing
Requirement," (with Seldon J. Childers) 14
Michigan Telecommunications and Technology
L. Rev. (2008) The Microsoft Case: Antitrust,
High Technology, and Consumer Welfare (with
John Lopatka) (Univ. of Chicago Press, 2007)
* Law and Popular Culture: Text, Notes, and
Questions (with Papke, Cole Essig, Corcos,
Huang, Ledwon, Menkel-Meadow, Meyer,
and Miller) (LexisNexis, 2007) Kintner's
Federal Antitrust Law (11 vols., with Joseph
Bauer and John Lopatka) (Lexis, supplements
since 2004) "Introduction: Reexamining the
Standards for Certification of Antitrust Class
Actions," Antitrust, Summer 2007, at 53 *
"Workable Antitrust Remedies," Antitrust
Source, Aug. 2007, http://www.abanet.org/
antitrust/at-source/at-source.html (review of
Richard A. Epstein: Antitrust Consent Decrees
in Theory and Practice: Why Less Is More
(AEI Press, 2007) "Communication and
Concerted Action," 38 Loyola U. ( ..... .. L.
J. 405 (2007) "The Ideological Origins and
Evolution of Antitrust Law," New Directions in
Antitrust (ABA Antitrust Section, Wayne Dale
Collins, Ed.) (forthcoming 2007) "Economic
Authority and the Limits of Expertise in
Antitrust Cases," 90 Cornell L. Rev. 617
(with John Lopatka) (2005) "Bargaining and
Monopolization: In Search of the 'Boundary
of Section 2 Liability' between Aspen and
Trinko," 73 Antitrust L. J. 115 (2005) (with
John Lopatka) "Class Certification in the
Microsoft Indirect Purchaser Litigation," 1 J. of
Competition L. and Economics 303 (2005)


JUAN F. PEREA
Cone Wagner Nugent Johnson
Hazouri and Roth Professor
Race and Races: Cases and
Resources for a Diverse America (with Richard
Delgado, Angela Harris, Jean Stefancic and
Stephanie Wildman) (2nd Ed., 2007) "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 (Michael A.
Olivas, Ed., 2006) Brown and Its Impact
on Schools and American Life: A Dialogue,
ABA Focus on Law Studies (Spring 2004) *
"Buscando America: Why Equal Protection
Fails to Protect Latinos," 117 Harv. L. Rev.
(2004) "Remarks of Juan F. Perea," 78 St.
John's L. Rev. 307 (part of Symposium: Brown
v. Bd. of Educ. at Fifty: Have We Achieved Its
Goals?) (2004)

DON C. PETERS
Professor; Director, Institute for
Dispute Resolution; Director,
Virgil Hawkins Civil Clinics;
Trustee Research Fellow; Associate
Director, Center on Children and Families
Juris Types: Learning Law Through Self-
- .,.. ., .. .,, (with Dr. Martha M. Peters)
(2007) "When Lawyers Move Their Lips:
Attorney Truthfulness in Mediation and
a Modest Proposal," 2007 J. of Dispute
Resolution 119 "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 (2005) "Creating
and Certifying the Professional Mediator:
Education and Credentialing," 28 American J.
of Trial Advocacy 75 (with Joseph Stulberg,
Tracy Allen, and Judith Meyer) (2005) "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
Associate Professor
"Predatory Structured Finance,"
28 Cardozo L. Rev. 2185 (2007) "Usury Law,
Payday Loans, and Statutory Slight of Hand:
An Empirical Analysis of American Credit
Pricing Limits" (June 21, 2007). Available
at SSRN: http://ssm.com/abstract=1000041
* "Preemption, Agency Cost Theory, and
Predatory Lending by Banking Agents: Are
Federal Regulators Biting Off More Than
They Can Chew?" 56 Am. L. Rev. 515 (2007) *
"Predatory Lending and the Military: The Law
and Geography of 'Payday' Loans in Military
Towns," (with Stephen Graves) 66 Ohio St. L.
J. (2006) "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)








STEPHEN J. POWELL
Lecturer in Law; Director,
International Trade Law
Program
Local Laws, Global Lives: Trade and Human
Rights Law in the Americas (with Berta
Hemfindez-Truyol) (NYU Press, forthcoming
2008) "Should or Must: Nature of the
Obligation of States to Use Trade Instruments
for the Advancement of Environmental, Labor,
and Other Human Rights," 45 Alberta L. Rev.
No. 2 (forthcoming Spring 2008) "Peru-
United States Trade Promotion Agreement:
The New Economic Model for Civil Society?,"
("Acuerdo de Promoci6n Comercial Peri
- Estados Unidos: Hacia el Nuevo Modelo
Econ6mico para la Sociedad Civil?"),
chapter in Acuerdo de Promoci6n Comercial
Perd-Estados Unidos (forthcoming Fall 2007,
Universidad Peruana de Ciencas Aplicadas)
* "Small Steps: Ending Trade's Splendid
Isolation from Human Rights" (forthcoming
Fall 2007, PUC-Rio Nfcleo de Direitos
Humanos) "Toward a Vibrant Peruvian
Middle Class: Effects of the Peru-United
States Free Trade Agreement on Labor Rights,
Biodiversity, and Indigenous Populations,"
(with Paola Chavarro) 19 Fla. J. Int'l L. No.
3 (forthcoming Fall 2007) "The Cotton and
Sugar Subsidies Decisions: WTO's Dispute
Settlement System Rebalances the Agreement
on Agriculture," (with Andrew Schmitz)
10 Drake J. Ag. L. 287 (2005) "Regional
Economic Arrangements and the Rule of Law
in the Americas: The Human Rights Face of
Free Trade Agreements," 17 Fla. J. Int'l L.
59 (2005) "The Place of Human Rights Law
in World Trade Organization Rules," 16 Fla.
J. Int'l L. 219 (2004) Book Chapter, "WTO
and NAFTA Dispute Settlement for North
American Agricultural Trade," International
Agricultural Trade Disputes: Case Studies in
North America 47-61 (Andrew Schmitz, Ed.)
(Calgary Press, 2004)

M. KATHLEEN PRICE
Clarence J. TeSelle Professor;
Associate Dean, Library and
Technology
"AALL History through the Eyes of Its
Presidents," 98 L. Lib'y J. 299-316 (2006)
* "Law Librarian and International Legal
Information: Careers in Legal Information,"
Careers in International Law: A Guide to
Career Paths and Internships in International
Law 36 (Marion Staunton, Ed.) (2005) "A
Tribute to J. Myron Jacobstein (Universities
of Illinois and Colorado, Columbia and
Stanford Universities Law Librarian and Law


Professor and Former American Ass'n of Law
Libraries President)," 97 L. Lib'y J. 623 (2005)
* "Finding U.S. Law on the Internet," 40
(English), 40 (Chinese), Roaming the Virtual
Law Library: A Guide to Online Sources for
Legal Researchers (Liu and Yu, Ed.) (2004)
"Julius Marke: In Memoriam," 96 L. Lib'y J.
9 (2004)


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


LEONARD L. RISKIN
Chesterfield Smith Professor
"Eleven Big Ideas about
Conflict: A Superficial Guide
for the Thoughtful Journalist," J. of Dispute
Resolution 157-66 (2007) "Awareness in
Lawyering: A Primer on Paying Attention,"
in The A\i. .. Assistance of Counsel:
Practicing Law as a li.... ., Profession 447-
71 (Marjorie A. Silver, Ed.) (2007) "Knowing
Yourself: Mindfulness," The Negotiator's
Fieldbook 239-50 (Christopher Honeyman &
Andrea K. Schneider, Eds.) (American Bar
Association, 2006) Dispute Resolution and
Lawyers (with Westbrook, Guthrie, Heinsz,
Robbennolt & Reuben) (3rd Ed., Westgroup,
2005) "Mindfulness: Foundational Training
for Dispute Resolution," 54 J. Legal Educ.
79 (2004) "Melody Richardson Daily, Chris
Guthrie & Leonard L. Riskin, Damages: Using
a Legal Narrative to Teach Dispute Resolution
and Lawyering," J. of Dispute Resolution 1-9
(2004) "Teaching and Learning from the
Mediations in Barry Werth's Damages, J. of
Dispute Resolution 119 (2004)

E ELIZABETH A. ROWE
Assistant Professor
"Saving Trade Secret Disclosures
on the Intemet Through Sequential
Preservation," 42 Wake Forest L. Rev. 1 (2007)
* "The Experimental Use Exception to Patent
Infringement: Do Universities Deserve Special
Treatment," 57 Hastings L. J. 921 (May 2006)
* "When Trade Secrets Become Shackles:
Fairness and the Inevitable Disclosure
Doctrine," 7 Tul. J. Tech. and Intell. Prop. 167
(2005)


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, 2006) "Toto, I have a feeling
we are still in Kansas," Voices of the Brown
Generation: Memories and. iR .. - of Law
Professors (M.W. Robinson and R.J. Bonnie,
Eds.) (2005) "Teaching Race Relations
'Know-How,'" Southern Christian Leadership
Magazine (2004) "Lessons From and for
Disabled Students," 8 J. Gender, Race and
Justice 75 (2004)


KATHERYN RUSSELL-
BROWN
Professor; Director, Center for
the Study of Race and Race
Relations
Guest Editor, Journal of Criminology and
Public Policy, Vol. 6: 1-182, special issue
on race and policing (2007) Protecting Our
Own: Race, Crime, and African-Americans
(Rowman & Littlefield, 2006) "While Visions
of Deviance Danced in Their Heads," After the
Storm: Black Intellectuals Explore the Meaning
of Hurricane Katrina (David Troutt, Ed.)
(2006) "Black Protectionism as a Civil Rights
Strategy," 53 Buff id L. Rev. 1 (2005) "The
Myth of Race and Crime," D. .i' ., Crime
and Criminal Justice (Bohm and Walker, Eds.)
(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
Justice for All: The Struggle for Worker
Rights in Swaziland, http://solidarity.
timberlakepublishing.com/files/
SwazilandFinal.pdf (Russell-Brown et al)
(September 2006) "The Last Line of Defense:
The Doctrine of Command Responsibility and
Gender Crimes in Armed Conflict," 22 Wise.
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
(Fineman and Worthington, Ed.) (2003) and as
a chapter in Competing P. ..... ,.. Children,
R. . and Human Rights (forthcoming)
"Labor Rights as Human Rights: The Situation
of Women Workers in Jamaica's Export








Free Zones," Human Rights and the Global
Marketplace: Economic, Social and Cultural
(Jeanne Woods and Hope Lewis, Eds.)
(Transnational Publishers, 2004)

MICHAEL L. SEIGEL
Professor
"Bringing Coherence to Mens Rea
Analysis for Securities-Related
Offenses," 2006 Wisconsin L Rev. 1564 (2006)
* "Some Preliminary Statistical, Qualitative,
and Anecdotal Findings of an Empirical Study
of Collegiality Among Law Professors," 13
Widener L. R. (2006) "Prosecuting Martha:
Federal Prosecutorial Power and the Need for
a Law of Counts," (with Christopher Slobogin)
109 Penn State L. Rev. 1107 (2005) and as a
chapter in Martha Stewart's Legal Troubles: A
Domestic Diva's Interaction With Law and the
Legal System, (Joan Heminway, Ed.) (2006) *
"The Effective Use of War Stories in Teaching
Evidence," 50 St. Louis University L. Rev.
1191 (2006) Improbable Events: Murder at
Ellenton Hall (novel, iUniverse, Inc., 2005)
* "On Collegiality," 54 J. Legal Educ. 406
(2004)

E MICHAEL R. SIEBECKER
Assistant Professor
Building a "New Institutional"
Approach to Corporate Speech,
59 Ala. L. Rev. (2007) "The Internet and
Civil Liberties," Encyclopedia of American
Civil Liberties (2006) "Corporate Speech,
Securities Regulation and an Institutional
Approach to the First Amendment," 48 Wm.
& Mary L. Rev. 613 (2006). Also to appear as
a chapter in First Amendment Law Handbook
(Rodney A. Smolla, Ed.) (forthcoming 2007-
2008) "To Be or Not To Be: Out in the
Academy," 22 Law and Ineq. 141 (2004) *
Book Review of Daniel R. Pinello, Gay Rights
andAmerican Law, 119 Pol. Sci. Q. 387 (2004)

E 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
"Government Data Mining and the Fourth
Amendment," U. Chi. L Rev. (forthcoming,
2007) Privacy at Risk: The New Government
Surveillance and the Fourth Amendment
(University of Chicago Press, 2007) "The
Supreme Court's Recent Criminal Mental
Health Cases: Rulings of Questionable


Competence," ABA Crim. Just. Mag. (Fall,
2007) Psychological Evaluations for the
Courts: A Handbook for Mental Health
Professionals and Lawyers (with Gary
Melton, John Petrila & Norman Poythress)
(Guilford Press, 3rd Ed., 2007) "Lying
and Confessing," 39 Texas Tech L. Rev.
1275 (2007) "Transnational Law and
Regulation of the Police," 56 J. Legal Educ.
451 (2007) "The Liberal Assault on the
Fourth Amendment," 4 Ohio St. J. Crim. L.
603 (2007) "Dangerousness and Expertise
Redux," 56 Emory L. J. 275 (2006) Proving
the Unprovable: The Role of Law, Science
and Speculation in \.. .. ..., Culpability
and Dangerousness (Oxford University Press,
2006) *- '1..' -1. Justice: Laws That Deprive
People With Mental Disability of Life and
Liberty (Harvard University Press, 2006) *
"Competency in the Criminal Context: An
Analysis of Robert Schopp's Views," 24 Beh.
Sci. & L. 529 (2006) "Legal and Ethical
Issues in Accessing and Utilizing Third-
Party Information," Forensic Psychology:
Emerging Topics and E... ".,. Roles (with
Randy Otto & Stuart Greenberg) (2006) *
"Reconceptualizing Due Process in Juvenile
Justice: Contributions from Law and Social
Science," 57 Hastings L. J. 955 (with Mark
Fondacaro and Tricia Cross) (2006) "The
Story of Rule 410 and United States v.
Mezzanatto: Using Plea Statements at Trial,"
Evidence Stories (Rick Lempert, Ed.) (2006)
* "Tarasoff as a Duty to Treat: Insights from
the Criminal Law," 75 Cin. L. Rev. 645 (2006)
* "The Civilization of the Criminal Law,"
58 Vanderbilt L. Rev. 121 (2005) "Insanity
Defense," The Oxford Companion to American
Law (2nd Ed., 2005) "Mental Disorder as
an Exemption from Execution: The ABA
Task Force Recommendations," 54 Cath. U.
L. Rev. 1133 (2005) "Prosecuting Martha:
Federal Prosecutorial Power and the Need for
aLaw of Counts,"109 Penn. St. L. Rev. 1107
(2005) (with Michael Seigel) "Subpoenas
and Privacy," 54 DePaul L. Rev. 805 (2005) *
"Transaction Surveillance by the Government,"
75 Miss. L. J. 163 (2005) Law and the
Mental Health System: Civil and Criminal
Aspects (with Ralph Reisner & Arti Rai) (4th
Ed., 2004) "The Integrationist Alternative
to the Insanity Defense: Reflections on the
Exculpatory Scope of Mental Illness in the
Wake of the Andrea Yates Case," 30 Am. J.
Crim. L 315 (2004) "Is Atkins the Antithesis
or the Apotheosis of Anti-Discrimination
Principles? Sorting Out the Groupwide Effects
of Exempting People with Mental Retardation
from the Death Penalty," 55 Ala. L Rev. 1101


(2004) "Teaching a Course on Regulation of
the Police (with a Special Focus on the Sixth
Amendment)," 42 Brandeis L. J. 389 (2003-04)

LEE-FORD TRITT
Assistant Professor; Director,
Center for Estate and Elder
Law Planning; Director, Estates
and Trusts Practice Certificate Program;
Associate Director, Center on Children and
Families
"Liberating Estates Law from the Constraints
of Copyright," 38 Rutgers L. J. 109 (2006)

SCHRISTOPHER
VALLANDINGHAM
Foreign & International Law
Librarian
"The Ethics of Spying: A Review of the
Literature," 16 Def Intell. J. 121 (2007)
* "Tracking Down Legal Sources on
Prestatehood Florida," Prestatehood Legal
Materials: A Fifty-State Research Guide
(Michael Chiorazzi & Marguerite Most, Eds.)
(2005)

SWALTER O. WEYRAUCH
Distinguished Professor; Stephen
C. O'Connell Chair; Associate
Director, Center on Children
and Families
"The Experience of Lawlessness," 10 New
Criminal L. Rev. 415 (2007) "Private
Lawmaking," Encyclopedia of Law and
Society: American and Global Perspectives
(Sage Publications, 2005) "Private Legal
Systems," and "Gypsies and Travelers,"
Encyclopedia of Law and Society (Sage
Publications, 2004) "1 Diritto Degli Zingari,"
Giuristi Stranieri di Oggi (A. Simoni, Ed.)
(Giuffrd, Milan, Italy, 2004)

STEVEN J. WILLIS
Professor; Associate Director,
Center on Children and Families
The Tax Law of Charities and
Other Exempt Organizations: Cases, Materials,
Questions, and Activities and accompanying
instructor's manual (with Darryll K. Jones,
David A. Brennen, and Beverly I. Moran)
(Thomson West, 2nd Ed., 2007) Federal Tax
Accounting (with Michael B. Lang and Elliott
Manning) (2006) "People in Glass Houses,"
113 Tax Notes 477 (2006) 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)

E*MICHAEL ALLAN WOLF
Richard E. Nelson Chair
in Local Government Law;
Professor
"Hysteria v. History: Public Use in the Public
Eye," Private Property, Community, and
Eminent Domain (Robin Paul Malloy, Ed.)
(Ashgate Publishing, forthcoming) "Looking
Backward: Richard Epstein Ponders the
'Progressive' Peril,'" Book Review, 105 Mich.
L. Rev. 1233 (2007) "Supreme Guidance
for Wet Growth: Lessons from the High
Court on the Powers and Responsibilities of
Local Governments," 9 Chapman L Rev.
233 (2006) (symposium) "Introduction: A
New Realism About Environmental Law"
and '"They Endured': Mining the Supreme
Court's Serviceable Past," ..... ,. for
Environmental Success in an Uncertain
Judicial Climate (Michael Allan Wolf, Ed.)
(ELI, 2005) "Yes, Thankfully, Euclid Lives,"
73 Fordham L. Rev. 731 (with Charles Haar)
(2004) Powell on Real Property (General
Ed., 17 vols.) (Matthew Bender, 2000- ) "Leo
Frank," "Emma Goldman," "Adam Clayton
Powell, Jr.," One Hundred Americans Making
Constitutional History (Melvin Urofsky, Ed.)
(CQ Press, 2004)


EBARBARA BENNETT
WOODHOUSE
David H. Levin Chair in Family
Law; Director, Center on
Children and Families; Director, Family
Law Certificate Program; Co-Director,
University of Florida Institute for Child and
Adolescent Research and Evaluation
"Cleaning Up Toxic Violence: An Ecogenerist
paradigm," Handbook of Children, Culture
and Violence (Dowd et al, Eds.) (2006) *
"Ecogenerism: An Environmentalist Approach
to Protecting Endangered Children,"12 Va. J.
Soc. Pol'y & L. (2005) Chapters, "The Family
Supportive Nature of the U.N. Convention on
the Rights of the Child" and "The Changing
Status of the Child," The U.N. Convention
on the Rights of the Child: An Analysis of
Treaty Provisions and Implications of U.S.
Ratfica ion (Jonathan Todres et al, Eds.)
(Transnational Publishers, 2006) "Waiting
for Loving: The Child's Fundamental Right


to Adoption," 34 Capital U. L. Rev. 297-329
(2005) "Foreword," 16 U. Fla. J. of L. and
Public Pol'y: V (2005) "Martyrs, Media and
the Web: Examining a Grassroots Children's
Rights Movement Through the Lens of Social
Movement Theory," 5 Whittier J. Child &
Fam. Advoc. 121-154 (2005) "Reframing the
Debate about the Socialization of Children:
An Environmentalist Paradigm," Univ. Chi.
Legal Forum 85 (2004) "Re-Visioning Rights
for Children," Rethinking Childhood (Peter B.
Pufall and Richard P. Unsworth, Eds.) (Rutgers
University Press, 2004)


DANAYA C. WRIGHT
Professor; UF Research
Foundation Professor
"Rails-to-Trails: Conversion of
Railroad Corridors to Recreational Trails,"
78A Powell on Real Property (Michael
Allan Wolf, Ed.) (2007) "Legal Rights and
Women's Autonomy: Can Family Law Reform
in Muslim Countries avoid the Contradictions
of Victorian Domesticity?" 5.1 Hawwa (2007)
* "Collapsing Liberalism's Public/Private
Divide: Voldemort's War on the Family,"
The Harry Potter Panel: Harry Potter and the
Law, 12 Texas Wesleyan L. Rev. 434-441
(2005) "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)," Wisconsin Women's L.
J. 211-318 (2005) (winner of the 2005 Donald
Sutherland Award for the most important
article in English legal history from the
American Society for Legal History) "The
Logic and Experience of Law: Lawrence v.
Texas and the Politics of Privacy," 15 Fl. J. of
Law & Pub. Pol'y 423-441 (2004) "A New
Time For Denominators: Toward A Dynamic
Theory Of Property In Regulatory Takings'
Relevant Parcel Analysis," 34 Environmental
Law 175-245 (2004), reprinted in Planning
and Zoning Law Handbook, (Thomson/West,
2005) "Untying the Knot: An Analysis of the
English Divorce and Matrimonial Causes Court
Records, 1858-1866," 38 Univ. of Richmond L.
R. 903-1010 (2004)


Administration
Robert H.jerry, II; Dean; Levin, Mabie and Levin
Professor of Law
George L. Dawson;Associate Dean for Academic
, Professor of Law
Stuart R. Cohn;Associate Dean for International
Studies; Gerald A. Sohn Scholar; Professor of Law
Michael K Friel;Associate Dean and Director,
Graduate Taxation Program; Professor of Law
Rachel Inman;Associate Dean for Students
Christine Klein;Associate Dean for Faculty
Development; Professor of Law
M. Kathleen Price;Associate Dean, Library and
Technology; Clarence TeSelle Professor of Law
Linda Calvert Hanson;Assistant Dean for Career
Services
Michael PatrickAssistant Dean for Admissions
John Plummer;Assistant Dean for Administrative


Debra D. Amirin; Communications Director
Kelley Frohlich; Senior Development Director



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* One of the NATION'S LARGEST law schools, with 1,300 students, approximately 60
tenure/tenure track faculty and 40-plus other full-time faculty who support the college
through clinical, research, skills training and administrative programs. It offers J.D.
certificate programs in Environmental and Land Use Law, Estates and Trusts Practice,
Family Law, Intellectual Property Law, and International and Comparative Law; an
extensive array of joint degree programs; specialized centers, institutes and program areas;
and strong clinical offerings.
* A high quality, comprehensive law school, with LEADING PROGRAMS in GRADUATE
TAXATION, ENVIRONMENTAL AND LAND USE LAW, and FAMILY LAW. The
Graduate Taxation Program, which offers the LL.M. in Taxation, LL.M. in International
Taxation and S.J.D. in Taxation, is widely and consistently regarded as one of the nation's
top two programs.
* Has offered STRONG INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS for more than three decades,
and many faculty are experts in international legal issues. These programs and its LL.M.
in Comparative Law Program for foreign lawyers expand the school's curriculum and
international offerings and strengthen its ties with programs and scholars around the globe.
* Has a LONG-STANDING TRADITION FOR PREPARING ITS GRADUATES FOR
SIGNIFICANT LEADERSHIP ROLES. Its alumni include four presidents of the American
Bar Association, the majority of The Florida Bar presidents, 34 judges in U.S. federal courts,
four governors of Florida, and hundreds of state senators and representatives and Florida
Cabinet members. Nine graduates became college presidents, including at UF. A dozen have
served as deans of law schools.


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