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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
    State of the college
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        Page 3
    Faculty impact
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    New faculty
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    Faculty scholarship
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"When UF Law celebrates its centennial in 2009,


it will do so proudly as a strong, thriving law school."


Applications from highly qualified
students to our J.D., LL.M. and S.J.D.
programs increase each year. We have
expanded our Graduate Tax Program,
which is consistently regarded as one
of the nation's best and now offers the
LL.M. in International Taxation and the
S.J.D. in Graduate Taxation in addition to
the LL.M. in Graduate Taxation. Our highly
regarded Environmental and Land Use
Law Program now offers the nation's first
LL.M. in these closely-related fields.
We concluded a $25-million expan-
sion and renovation project in 2005 that
added two classroom towers and com-
pletely renovated and upgraded our library,
and construction is now underway on
the $6-million Martin H. Levin Advocacy
Center, which will house a state-of-the-art
courtroom and complete the total recon-


struction of the college's academic space
during this decade.
The generous support of our alumni and
friends has helped us pass the halfway point
in our $47-million capital campaign, and
along with tuition devolution was instrumen-
tal in allowing us to continue our progress
despite Florida's tight budget climate.
Recent guests to our campus have in-
cluded U.S. Supreme Court Justices Sandra
Day O'Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg
and former Secretary of State Madeline
Albright, and this fall we will be honored
with visits by both U.S. Supreme Court
Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. and U.S.
Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens.
Greater than all this is our pride in our
faculty, the heart of our institution, whose
exceptional productivity and vibrant schol-
arship are chronicled in this report.


I invite you to view more information
about the Levin College of Law and its
faculty at www.law.ufl.edu, and to visit us
online or in person in Gainesville.
- Robert H. Jerry, II
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The UF Law faculty has been a leader in


shaping academic thought and public policy.


EXAMPLES INCLUDE:

SFaculty papers have influenced national
and international policy. Professor Patricia
E. Dilley's proposal on "Restoring Old Age
Income Security for Low Wage Workers"
won one of 12 Rockefeller Foundation In-
novation Awards of $30,000 to strength-
en social security for vulnerable groups;
Professor Alyson C. Flournoy co-edited
"CPR for the Environment: Breathing New
Life into the Nation's Major Environmen-
tal Statutes, A Legislative Sourcebook of
Progressive Ideas" (2007), which was
distributed to members of Congress and
staff; and Professor Michelle S. Jacobs
was a contributing author to the U.N.
Shadow Report (U.S. Human Rights
Network Committee for the Elimination of
Racial Discrimination).


* Faculty books include Professor Mark A. Fen-
ster, Conspiracy Theories: Secrecy and Power
in American Culture (U. Minn. Press. 2008);
Professor Berta Esperanza Hernandez-Truyol
& Stephen J. Powell, Lecturer in Law and
Director, International Trade Law Program,
Just Trade: A New Covenant Linking Trade
and Human Rights (NYU Press 2009);
Professor William H. Page, The Microsoft
Case: Antitrust, High Technology, and Con-
sumer Welfare (with John Lopatka) (Univ.
of Chicago Press, 2007); Professor Barbara
Bennett Woodhouse, Hidden in Plain Sight:
The Tragedy of Children's Rights from Ben
Franklin to Lionel Tate (Princeton University
Press, 2008); and Professor Michael Allan
Wolf, The Zoning of America: Euclid v. Am-
bler (University Press of Kansas, 2008).
* Faculty articles have been recognized as the
best in the field, including work by


Associate Professor Mary Jane Angelo (ar-
ticle chosen as one of top 10 land use and
environmental articles published in 2006)
and Professor Danaya C. Wright (article
selected as winner of the 2005 Donald
Sutherland Award for the most important
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NEW FACULTY


UF Law welcomes the following new faculty members


Charlene Luke
Assistant Professor
Charlene Luke has joined the
faculty as an assistant professor
and will teach income, corporate,
and partnership taxation. She
was previously an assistant
professor at Florida State
University College of Law and
visiting faculty at the University
of Utah S.J. Quinney College
of Law. Before teaching, Luke
was an associate at Dechert
in Philadelphia, Penn. Luke
received a bachelor's and law
degree from Brigham Young
University. She graduated from
law school summa cum laude
and was first in her class.


Daniel Sokol
Assistant Professor
D. Daniel Sokol has joined the
faculty as an assistant professor
teaching corporations and
business organizations law.
Before joining UF Law, he was
a visiting associate professor
at the University of Missouri
School of Law and a fellow at
the University of Wisconsin
Law School. After earning a
bachelor's in history and political
science from Amherst College,
he went on to earn a Master
of Studies in modern history
from the University of Oxford.
After earning his law degree
from the University of Chicago,
Sokol worked as an associate at
Swidler Berlin Shereff Friedman
in Washington, D.C., and Steel
Hector& Davis in Miami, Fla.,
where he specialized in antitrust,
international trade
and corporate law.


E. Lea Johnston
Assistant Professor
E. Lea Johnston will join the
faculty in 2009 as an assistant
professor. She will teach courses
in criminal law, criminal proce-
dure adversary systems, and
immigration. After earning her
bachelor's degree from Princeton
University in ecology and evolu-
tionary biology, Johnston served
as the director of the Maryland
Public Interest Research Group,
where she focused on toxics and
energy issues. After receiving her
J.D. from Harvard Law School,
Johnston clerked with the U.S.
Court of Appeals for the Ninth
Circuit in Seattle, Washington
and worked as a litigation as-
sociate at Arnold & Porter LLC in
Washington, D.C. Her teaching
experience includes serving as a
member of the Board of Student
Advisors at Harvard Law School,
where she taught legal research,
appellate brief writing, and oral
advocacy skills.


Deborah Cupples
Legal Skills Professor
Deborah Cupples has joined the
faculty as a lecturer and legal
skills professor and will teach
legal drafting. She previously
served UF Law as an adjunct
professor teaching legal drafting
and was a part-time attorney at
F Parker Lawrence, PA. Cupples
earned her bachelor's degree
in English, master's degree in
political science, and J.D. from
the University of Florida.


Robin Davis
Legal Skills Professor
Robin Davis has joined the
faculty as a legal skills professor
and associate director of the
Institute for Dispute Resolution.
Davis will teach mediation and
mediation clinic. Since 1994,
she has been the alternative
dispute resolution director of
the Eighth Judicial Circuit. In
spring 2008, Davis served as
an adjunct professor at UF Law
teaching alternative dispute
resolution and mediation. She
received her J.D. cum laude
from the University of Florida
Levin College of Law and
bachelor's magna cum laude
from Michigan State University.





























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MARY JANE ANGELO
Associate Professor
"Harnessing the Power of Science in Environmental Law:
Why We Should, Why We Don't, and How We Can," 86
Texas L. Rev. 1527 (2008) "The Killing Fields: Reducing
the Casualties in the Battle Between U.S. Endangered
Species and Pesticide Law," 32 Harvard Envtl. L. Rev.
95 (2008) "Incorporating Emergy Synthesis into
Environmental Law: an Integration of Ecology, Economics,
and Law" (with Mark T. Brown), 37 Envtl. L. 963 (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 Flournoy and Matthew
Shudtz, eds.) (2007) "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), reprinted in 38 Land Use and
Environmental L. Rev. (2007) (collecting top ten land
use and environmental law articles published in 2006) *
"Crouching Textualist, Hidden Intentionalist: Reclaiming Our
Stolen 'GreenDestiny' Out of the Judicial Sparring Over the
Interpretation of Environmental Statutes," in Strategies 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"
(with Anthony J. Cotter), 20 Nat. Res. & Env't 22 (2005)

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 Richard Hamann),
Florida Sea Grant, Technical Publication # 157 (2006
revision) "Defending the Polygon: The Emerging Human
Right to Communal Property" (with Thomas Ruppert),
59 Oklahoma L. Rev 681 (2006) "Tierra y Libertad:
The Social Function Doctrine and Land Reform in Latin
America" (with Thomas Ruppert), 19 Tulane Envt'l L. J.
69 (2006) "Towards a Bioregional Approach to Tropical
Forest Conservation: Costa Rica's Greater Osa Bioregion"
(with Steven A. Mack and Kevin Regan), 38 Futures
J. 406 (2006) "Applying Clinical Legal Education to
Community Smart Growth: The University of Florida
Conservation Clinic" (with Nicole C. Kibert) in Partnerships
for Smart Growth: University-Community Collaboration for
Better Public Places 64 (Wim Wiewel & Gerrit-Jan Knaap,
eds.) (2005)

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 I'Entreprise, Montpellier
"The Rule of Law: Essential Component of the Financial
War Against Organized Crime and Terrorism in the
Americas" (with T. DiPerna), 18 N. J. Financial Crime
(Institute Advanced Legal Studies, University of London
2007) (chosen as 2008 outstanding published paper
in the journal by the Institute of Advanced Legal
Studies, University of London) "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) "Money Laundering Countermeasures
with Primary Focus on Terrorism and the USA Patriot


Act of 2001" in 3 Current Developments in Monetary
and Financial Law (International Monetary Fund Pub'l,
Washington, D.C., 2005)

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) "Taxing Cross-Border Mergers & Acquisitions
in a Globalizing World," 6 Fla. Tax Rev. 1027 (2005),
"Integration in an Integrating World," 2 NYU J. Law &
Business 51 (2005)

DENNIS A. CALFEE
Professor; Alumni Research Scholar
Federal Estate and Gift Taxation (with Richard B. Stephens
et. al) (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" (with Cristina Popescu and Michael Weigold) in
Communication and Law: Multidisciplinary Approaches to
Research (Amy Reynolds and Brooke Barnett, eds.) (2005)
* The Law of Public Communication, (Allyn and Bacon;
Longman Publishers USA, 2005)


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JONATHAN R. COHEN
Professor; Associate Director,
Institute for Dispute Resolution
"Coping with Lasting Social Injustice," 13 Washington &
Lee J. of Civil Rights & Social Injustice 259 (2007) *
"The Culture of Legal Denial" in The Affective 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" in Handbook of
Dispute Resolution (Robert Bordone and Michael Moffitt,
eds.) (2005) "In God's Garden: Creation and Cloning in
Jewish Thought" in The Human Cloning Debate (Glenn
McGee and Arthur Caplan, eds.) (Berkeley Hills Books,
4th ed., 2004), reprinted in Ethical Issues: Western
Philosophical and Religious Perspectives 480 (Terrence
Reynolds, ed., 2006)

STUART R. COHN
Professor; Gerald A. Sohn Scholar;
Associate Dean for International Studies; Director,
International and Comparative Law Certificate Program
"Freeze-Outs and Squeeze-Outs in American and Polish
Law: Comparisons, Contrasts and Recommendations,"
U. Warsaw L.R. (2008), "Capital Offense: The SEC's
Continuing and Mysterious Failure to Address Capital-
Raising Concerns of Small Business," 4 NYU J. Law &
Business 1 (2007) Securities Counseling for Small
and Emerging Companies (West Group, 2006 & 2007
ed.) Florida Business Laws Annotated: Commentary,
Cases and Forms (2006-07 & 2007-08 ed.) "Good


Corporate Governance in Developing Nations: Idealism
and Realism," United Nations Institute for Training and
Research Best Practice Series (2006)

CHARLES W. COLLIER
Professor; Affiliate Professor of Philosophy
"Presidential Debates and Deliberative Democracy,"
117 Yale L. J. Pocket Part (2008) "Terrorism as an
Intellectual Problem," 55 Buffalo L. Rev. 815 (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) "Affirmative
Action and the Decline of Intellectual Culture," 55 J. of
Legal Education 3 (2005)


ELIZABETH DALE
Affiliate Associate Professor;
Associate Professor of History
"Employee Speech & Management Rights: A
Counterintuitive Reading of Garcetti v. Ceballos," 29
Berkeley Journal of Employment & Labor Law 175
(2008) "Criminal Justice in the United States, 1780-
1920: A Government of Laws or Men?" in 2 Cambridge
History of Law in America (Christopher Tomlins and
Michael Grossberg, eds.) (2008) "Review Essay: Two
Ways of Looking at the Founding," 35 History: Reviews
of New Books 129 (2007) "Review Essay: Two Ways
of Looking at the Founding," 35 History: Reviews of
New Books 129 (2007) "Review: Thurman Arnold: A
Biography," 25 Law and History Review 435 (2007) *
"Getting Away With Murder," 111 American Historical
Rev. 95 (2006) "Review: Black Chicago's First
Century, Vol. 1: 1833-1900," 93 J. of American History
237 (2006)


JEFFREY DAVIS
Professor; Gerald A. Sohn Scholar
"Florida's Beefed-Up Assignment for the Benefit of
Creditors as an Alternative to Bankruptcy," 19 U. Fla. J.
L. & Pub. Pol. 17 (2008) "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)

GEORGE R. DEKLE
Legal Skills Professor
Prosecution Principles: A Clinical Handbook (Thomson
West, American Casebook Series, 2007)

PATRICIA E. DILLEY
Professor
"Reinventing Retirement: Reforming Social Security,
Medicare, and Private Pension Plans," 10 Emp. Rts. &
Emp. Pol'y J. 2 (2006)


NANCY E. DOWD
Chesterfield Smith Professor;
Co-Director, Center on Children and Families
"Multiple Parents/Multiple Fathers," 9 J. L. and Family
Studies 231 (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)


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MARK A. FENSTER
Professor; UF Research Foundation Professor
Conspiracy Theories: Secrecy and Power in American
Culture (revised 2nd ed. 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) "On Idiocratic
Theory: A Reply," 19 Critical Review 147 (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 Modern 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)

JOAN D. FLOCKS
Director, Social Policy Division, Center for Governmental
Responsibility
"Florida Farmworkers' Perceptions and Lay Knowledge of
Occupational Pesticides" (with R Monaghan, S. Albrecht,
and A. Bahena), Journal Comm. Health 32(3) (2007) *
"Stakeholder Analysis of Florida Farmworker Housing"
(with A. Burns), J. Agromedicine 11(1) (2006)


ALYSON CRAIG FLOURNOY
Professor; UF Research Foundation Professor; Director,
Environmental and Land Use Law Program
"Supply, Demand, and Consequences: The Impact of


Information Flow on Individual Permitting Decisions under
Section 404 of the Clean Water Act," 83 Indiana L. J. 537
(2008) Squandering Public Resources: A Center for
Progressive Reform Report (with Margaret Clune Giblin and
Matt Shudtz) (2007) "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" (co-edited and co-authored introduction
with Matthew Shudtz) (2007) "Following the Court Off-Road
in SUWA," in Strategies 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)

MICHAEL K. FRIEL
Professor; Associate Dean and
Director, Graduate Tax Program
Taxation of Individual Income (with Martin Burke) (LexisNexis,
8th ed., 2007 & 2008 Supp.) Understanding Federal
Income Taxation (with Martin Burke) (3rd ed., 2008) *
Treatise, Modern Estate Planning (with Martin Burke and
Elaine Gagliardi) (2nd ed., 2004-2008)

MICHAEL 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 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 Folsom and Gantz) (West


Group, 2nd ed., 2005) Principles of International Business
Transactions (with Folsom and Spanogle) (West Group, 2005)

LINDA CALVERT HANSON
Assistant Dean, Career Services
"The Law School Perspective of Small Firm Practice," in Link
(2006) "University of Florida College of Law Externship
Program" (with Michael T. Olexa), The Florida Law Practice
Link: A Journal of the General Practice, Solo and Small
Firm Section of the Florida Bar 1 (2005) "Building Allies
Through a Career Services Student Advisory Panel," NALP
Bulletin 14 (2005)

JEFFREY L. HARRISON
Stephen C. O'Connell Professor
"Wojciech J. Kocot, Comparing Promises: A US and Polish
Perspective," 8 Warsaw University L. Rev. 72 (2008) *
Law and Economics (with Jules Theeuwes) (Norton and
Co., 2008) "Economics of Business Associations,"
in Encyclopedia of Law and Society (2007) 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 SMU L. Rev. 1673 (2006) *
"Post-Tenure Scholarship and its Implications," 17 U. Fla. J.
L. & Pub. Pol'y 139 (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)

EDWARD T. HART
Head of Technical Services & Adjunct Professor of Law
"Service to Distance Learners: A Student's Perspective," 8
Legal Information Management 64 (2008)


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BERTA ESPERANZA HERNANDEZ-TRUYOL
Levin Mabie and Levin Professor; Associate Director, Center
on Children and Families
Just Trade: A New Covenant Linking Trade and Human Rights
(with Stephen J. Powell) (NYU Press 2009) "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) *
"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) 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)

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 (2007) "Justice and Compassion in Biblical
Law," 1 Convergence 75 (2006) "The Death Penalty
and Due Process in Biblical Law," 81 U. Det. L. Rev. 751
(2004) "Institutional Academic Freedom: A Constitutional
Misconception. Did Grutterv. Bollinger Perpetuate the
Confusion?" 30 J. C. & U. L. 531 (2004)


DAVID M. HUDSON
Professor; Director, LL.M. in Comparative Law Program
Black Letter on Federal Income Tax (with Stephen A. Lind)
(10th ed., 2007) The Fla. Tax Review (2002-2005, ed.)

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)

JEROLD H. ISRAEL
Ed Rood Eminent Scholar in Trial Advocacy and Procedure;
Professor
"Francis A. Allen, The Gainesville Years," 59 Fla. L. Rev. VII
(2007) Criminal Procedure Treatise (with W. LaFave &
0. Kerr) (7 vols. 3d ed. 2007) Criminal Procedure (with
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 et. al) (2006) Advanced Criminal Procedure
(with Yale Kamisar et. al) (11th ed., 2005) Basic Criminal
Procedure (with Yale Kamisar et. al) (11th ed., 2005) *
Modern Criminal Procedure (with Yale Kamisar et. al) (11th
ed., 2005, with 2006 supp.)

MICHELLE S. JACOBS
Professor
UN Shadow Report (U.S. Human Rights Network


Committee for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination,
2008) (contributing author) "Loyalty's Reward A Felony
Conviction: Recent Prosecutions of High-Status Female
Offenders," 33 Fordham Urb. L. J. 843 (2006)

ROBERT H. JERRY, II
Levin Mabie and Levin Professor; Dean
Understanding Insurance Law (with Douglas Richmond)
(4th ed., 2008) "Life, Health, and Disability Insurance:
Understanding the Relationships," 35 J. L. Medicine &
Ethics 80 (2007) "Reflections on Leadership," 38 The
U. of Toledo L. Rev. 539 (2007) "Defining and Achieving
Excellence," Law School Leadership Strategies (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 (Turnier and McCouch, eds.)
(Thomson West, 2005)

E. LEA JOHNSTON
Assistant Professor (joining UF faculty Jan. 2009)
"An Administrative 'Death Sentence' for Asylum Seekers:
Deprivation of Due Process Under 8 U.S.C. 158(d)(6)'s
Frivolousness Standard," 82 Wash. L. Rev. 831 (2007)

CLIFFORD A. JONES
Associate in Law Research/Lecturer,
Center for Governmental Responsibility
'Hail to the Cheese': Stephen Colbert, Technology, and
Corporate Political Advocacy in the 2008 Presidential
Campaign," in 15 Business Research Yearbook 202 (R.A.
Oglesby & M. G. Adams, eds., 2008) "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) *


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"Private Antitrust in the Global Market," in Economic Law
and Justice in Times of Globalization: Festschrift for Carl
Baduenbacher 443 (Monti et al., ed. 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,'" in The More Economic Approach to
European Competition Law 65 (D. Schmidtchen, M. Albert,
& S. Voight, eds., Tubingen, Germany: Mohr Siebieck, 2007)
* "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 360 (C. Baudenbacher, ed., 2006) "Out Of
Guatemala? Election Law Reform in Florida and the Legacy
of Bush v. Gore in the 2004 Presidential Election," 5 Election
L. J. 121 (2006) "Campaign Finance Reform and the
Internet: Regulating Web Messages in the 2004 Election and
Beyond," in 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" in 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" in Newest Developments in European
and International Competition Law-Eleventh St. Gallen
International Competition Law Forum 113 (C. Baudenbacher,
ed., 2005)


CHRISTINE A. KLEIN
Professor; Associate Dean, Faculty Development
"Water Transfers: The Case Against Transbasin Diversions
in the Eastern States," 25 UCLA J. Envtl. Law & Policy 101


(2008) "Mississippi River Stories: Lessons from a Century
of Unnatural Disasters" (with Sandra B. Zellmer), 60 SMU L.
Rev. 1471 (2007) "Survey of Florida Water Law," Waters
and Water Rights (Robert E. Beck, ed., Matthew Bender &
Co., Inc.) (rev. vol. 6 [2005] and 2007 Supp) "The New
Nuisance: An Antidote to Wetland Loss, Sprawl, and Global
Warming," 48 B. C. L. Rev. 1155 (2007) "The Law of the
Lakes: From Protectionism to Sustainability," 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)


ELIZABETH T. LEAR
Professor
"National Interests, Foreign Injuries and Forum Non
Conveniens," 41 U. C. Davis L. Rev. 559 (2007) *
"Congress, the Federal Courts, and Forum Non Conveniens:
Friction on the Frontier of the Inherent Power," 91 Iowa L.
Rev. 1147 (2006)

LYRISSA BARNETT LIDSKY
Professor; UF Research Foundation Professor
"Where's the Harm?: Free Speech and the Regulation of
Lies," 65 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. (2008) "U.S. Media Law
Update," 13 Media & Arts. L. Rev. (Andrew Kenyon, ed.,
2008) "Medium-Specific Regulation of Attorney Advertising:
A Critique," (with Tera Peterson), 18 Fla. J. of L. and Public
Policy 257 (2007) First Amendment Law: Cases and
Materials (with Ronald Krotoszynski et. al) (Aspen, 2007)
"U.S. Media Law Developments 2007," 12 Media and Arts
L. Rev. 387 (2007) "Authorship, Audiences & Anonymous
Speech" (with Tom Cotter), 82 Notre Dame Law Rev. 1537
(2007) Mass Media Law: Cases and Materials (with Marc
Franklin and David A. Anderson) (7th ed., 2005)


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
"Income Effectively Connected with U.S. Trade or Business:
A Survey and Appraisal," 86 Taxes 61 (2008) 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)

CHARLENE LUKE
Assistant Professor
"Risk, Return, and Objective Economic Substance," 27
Virginia Tax Rev. 783 (2008) "Taxing Risk: An Approach to
Variable Insurance Reform, 55 Buffalo L.Rev. 251 (2007) *
"Beating the 'Wrap': The Agency Effort to Control Wraparound
Insurance Tax Shelters," 25 Virginia Tax Rev. (2005)

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) *


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"Turkish-American Intellectual Exchange and Community
Research in Turkey (1930-1980)," 27 The Turkish Studies
Ass'n J. 69 (2006) "Protecting Indigenous Rights," 5
Human Rights and Human Welfare, 125 (2005)

PEDRO A. MALAVET
Professor
"The Story of Downes v. Bidwell: 'The Constitution Follows
the Flag ... But Doesn't Quite Catch Up With It,'" in Race
and the Law Stories (Rachel Moran and Devon Carbado,
eds.) (Foundation Press, 2008) "Afterword: Outsiders
Citizenships and Multidimensional Borders: The Power and
Danger of Not Belonging," 52 Cleveland State L. Rev. 321
(2005)

AMY R. MASHBURN
Professor
"Can Xenophon Save the Socratic Method?" 30 Thomas
Jefferson L. Rev. 597 (2008) "Fiduciary Duties to Clients
with Mental Disabilities" (with Christopher Slobogin), 68
Fordham L. Rev. 1581 (2000), an edited version reprinted
in Minding Justice: Laws that Deprive People With Mental
Disabilities of Life and Liberty (Harvard University Press,
2006)

DIANE H. MAZUR
Professor
Law and Popular Culture: Text, Notes, and Questions
(with Papke et al.) (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) "Don't Ask, Don't Tell:
The Contours of Judicial Deference to Military Personnel
Policies," 14 Duke J. Gender L. & Pol'y 1173 (2007) *
"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)

PAUL R. McDANIEL
James J. Freeland Eminent Scholar in Taxation; Professor
Federal Income Taxation, Cases and Materials (with
M. McMahon, Jr., D. Simmons & G. Polsky) (6th ed.,
Foundation Press, 2008) "Territorial vs. Worldwide
International Tax Systems: Which is Better for the U.S.,
8 Fla. L. Rev. 283 (2007), reprinted in 62 The Record
of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York 70
(2007) Federal Income Taxation of Partnerships and S
Corporations (with Martin McMahon and Dan Simmons)
(Foundation Press, 4th ed., 2006) "The Charitable
Contributions Deduction (Revisited)," 59 SMU L. Rev. 773
(2006) Federal Income Taxation of Corporations (with
Martin McMahon and Dan Simmons) (Foundation Press,
3rd ed., 2006) Federal Income Taxation of Business
Organizations (with Martin McMahon and Dan Simmons)
(Foundation Press, 4th ed., 2006) Introduction to United
States International Taxation (Aspen, 5th ed., 2005) "An
Analysis of Tax Expenditure Accounting in Selected OECD
Countries" (2005)

MARTIN J. McMAHON, JR.
Clarence J. TeSelle Professor
Federal Income Taxation, Cases and Materials (with P
McDaniel, D. Simmons & G. Polsky) (6th ed., Foundation
Press, 2008) "Comparing the Application of Judicial
Interpretative Doctrines to Revenue Statutes on Opposite
Sides of the Pond," in Comparative Perspectives on
Revenue Law: Essays in Honor of John Tiley (Peter Harris


& David Oliver, eds.) (Cambridge University Press, 2008)
* "Recent Developments in Federal Income Taxation: The
Year 2007" (with Ira B. Shepard & Daniel L. Simmons),
8 Florida Tax Rev. 715 (2008) "Recent Developments
in Federal Income Taxation: The Year 2006" (with Ira
B. Shepard), 8 Fla. Tax Rev. 433 (2007) "Recent
Developments in Federal Income Taxation: The Year 2005"
(with Ira B. Shepard), 8 Fla. Tax Rev. 5 (2007) Federal
Income Taxation of Business Organizations (with Paul
McDaniel and Daniel Simmons) (Foundation Press, 4th ed.,
2006) Federal Income Taxation of Corporations (with
Paul McDaniel and Daniel Simmons) (Foundation Press, 3rd
ed., 2006) Federal Income Taxation of Partnerships and
S Corporations ) (with Paul McDaniel and Daniel Simmons)
(Foundation Press, 4th ed., 2006) "An Income Tax Is
Superior to a Wage or Consumption Tax," 110 Tax Notes
1353 (2006) "Privilege and the Work Product Doctrine
in Tax Cases" (with Ira B. Shepard), 58 The Tax Lawyer
405 (2005) "Recent Developments in Federal Income
Taxation: The Year 2004" (with Ira B. Shepard), 7 Fla. Tax
Rev. 47 (2005) "Recognition of Gain by a Partnership
Issuing an Equity Interest for Services: The Proposed
Regulations Get It Wrong," 109 Tax Notes 1161 (2005)
* 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
Privacy: The Lost Right (Oxford University Press, 2008)
* "Two Contemporary Privacy Issues in Poland: Liability
for Internet Publication and the Registration of Communist
Party Affiliation," Univ. of Warsaw L. Rev. (2008) "Law
Schools as Agents of Change and Justice Reform in the


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Americas (with Timothy McLendon), 20 Fla. J. of Int'l L. 5
(special edition, 2008) "Legal Education in the Americas:
The Anchor for Hemispheric Justices," 17 U. Fla. J. of Int'l
L. 1 (2005)

ROBERT C. L. MOFFAT
Professor; Affiliate Professor of Philosophy
"Fairness and Self Interest: Re Forming Immigration
Reform," 13 Nexus 103 (2008) "Social Impacts
on the Criminal Law of the Enforcement of Morality:
Some Reflections on the Anglo-American Debate," 38
Rechtstheorie 1 (2007) "How Can Law Pave the Road
to Perpetual Peace? What Law Does and What Law Does
Well," in Kant and the Problems of the Contemporary
World 295 (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
"Globalism from an African Perspective: The Training of
Lawyers for A New and Challenging Reality," 17 Iowa J.
Transnational L. and Contemporary Problems 2 (2008)
* "Transitional Justice: The Moral Foundation of Trials
and Commissions in Social and Political Transformation,"
13 East African J. of Peace & Human Rts. 3 (2007)*
"Communications Theory and World Public Order:
The Anthropomorphic, Jurisprudential Foundations of
International Human Rights" (with Craig Hammer), 47
Va. J. of Int'l L. 3 (2007) "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" (with Craig Hammer), 16
L. and Society Trust Rev. 220 (2006) "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) *
"Old Poison in New Bottles: Trafficking and the Extinction
of Respect" (with Alvaro de Medeiros), 14 Tul. J. Intl. &
Comp. Law 225 (2006) "Patriotism, Nationalism, and
the War On Terror: A Mild Plea in Avoidance" (with Craig
Hammer), 56 Fla. L. Rev. 933 (2004), reprinted in Amer.
J. of Immigration and Naturalization Law (2005) "The
Global Challenge To Legal Education: Training Lawyers For
a New Paradigm Of Economic, Political and Legal Cultural
Expectations in the 21st Century" (with Danie Visser),
11 ILSA Journal of Int'l & Comp. Law 1 (2005) "Truth,
Reconciliation, and the Fragility of Heroic Activism," 5
Global Jurist Advances, Art. 2 (2005)

LARS NOAH
Professor
"The Little Agency That Could (Act with Indifference to
Constitutional and Statutory Strictures)," 93 Cornell L. Rev.
901 (2008) 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. 231 (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)

KENNETH B. NUNN
Professor; Associate Director, Center on Children and
Families
The MacMillan Encyclopedia of Race and Racism
(Consulting Editor for Race and Constitutional Law)
(2007) "'Still Up On the Roof': Race, Victimology and
the Response to Hurricane Katrina," in Hurricane Katrina:
America's Unnatural Disaster (Jeremy I. Levitt & Matthew
C. Whitaker, eds.) (2007) "Diversity As a Dead End,"
35 Pepperdine L. Rev.705 (2008) "Foreword: New
Explorations in Culture and Crime Definitions, Theory,
Method," 17 Fla. J. Law & Pub. Pol'y vii (2006)

ELIZABETH OUTLER
Head of Public Services & Tax Law Librarian
"Researching Initiatives and Referendums: A Guide for
Florida," 26 Legal Reference Services Quarterly 63
(2007); "RIA Federal Tax Handbook 2006" (book review),
Legal Information Alert 13 (Feb. 2006)

WILLIAM H. PAGE
Marshall M. Criser Eminent Scholar in Electronic
Communications and Administrative Law; Professor;
Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
"Bargaining in the Shadow of the European Microsoft
Decision: The Microsoft-Samba Protocol License" (with
Seldon J. Childers), 102 Northwestern U. L. Rev. Colloquy
302 (2008) "Software Development as an Antitrust
Remedy: Lessons from the Enforcement of the Microsoft
Communications Protocol Licensing Requirement" (with
Seldon J. Childers), 14 Michigan Telecommunications


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"This is an exciting time to be writing
about workplace intellectual property
disputes. The pace of technological and
cultural changes present many challenges
to the protection of intellectual property,
particularly trade secrets. I am pleased
that my research can make a contribution
toward the theoretical and practical ap-
proaches to these problems."

ELIZABETH A. ROWE
Associate Professor; former litigation partner
at Hale and Dorr, LLP (now WilmerHale)
in Boston; was named one of the top five
up-and-coming attorneys in Massachusetts.
Her areas of expertise include workplace
intellectual property disputes, trade secrets,
trademark litigation, and patent litigation.














and Technology L. Rev. (2007) The Microsoft Case:
Antitrust, High Technology, and Consumer Welfare (with
John Lopatka) (Univ. of Chicago Press, 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 53 (2007) *
"Workable Antitrust Remedies," Antitrust Source (2007)
* "Communication and Concerted Action," 38 Loyola U.
Chicago L. J. 405 (2007) "Economic Authority and
the Limits of Expertise in Antitrust Cases" (with John
Lopatka), 90 Cornell L. Rev. 617 (2005) "Bargaining and
Monopolization: In Search of the 'Boundary of Section 2
Liability' between Aspen and Trinko" (with John Lopatka),
73 Antitrust L. J. 115 (2005) "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
Latinos and the Law (with Richard Delgado and Jean
Stefancic) (2008) Race and Races: Cases and Resources
for a Diverse America (with Richard Delgado et. al) (2nd
ed., 2007) "Mi Profundo Azul: Why Latinos Have a Right
to Sing the Blues" in Colored Men and Hombres Aqui:
Hernandez v. Texas and the Rise of Mexican American
Lawyering (Michael A. Olivas, ed., 2006)

DON C. PETERS
Professor; Director, Institute for Dispute Resolution;
Director, Virgil Hawkins Civil Clinics;
Trustee Research Fellow; Associate Director,
Center on Children and Families
"Yes We Can: Overcoming Barriers to Mediating Private
Commercial Disputes" (with Eva Gmurzynska), 8 Warsaw


UniversityL. Rev. 122 (2008) "Just Say No: Minimizing
Limited Authority Negotiating in Court-Mandated Mediation,"
8 Pepperdine Dispute Resolution L.J. 273 (2008) Juris
Types: Learning Law Through Self-Understanding (with
Martha M. Peters) (Center for Applications of Psychological
Type, 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" (with Joseph Stulberg et. al), 28 American
J. of Trial Advocacy 75 (2005) "Do Moving Lips Indicate
That Lawyers Are Lying When Negotiating and Mediating," 9
Conflict Management 22 (2005)

STEPHEN J. POWELL
Lecturer in Law; Director, International Trade Law
Program, Center for Governmental Responsibility
Just Trade: A New Covenant Linking Trade and Human
Rights (with Berta Hernandez-Truyol) (NYU Press 2009) *
"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. 443
(2007) "Peru-United States Trade Promotion Agreement:
The New Economic Model for Civil Society?" in Acuerdo de
Promocidn Comercial Per--Estados Unidos (Universidad
Peruana de Ciencas Aplicadas, 2007) Small Steps:
Ending Trade's Splendid Isolation from Human Rights
(PUC-Rio Nucleo de Direitos Humanos 2007) "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. 93 (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)

M. KATHLEEN PRICE
Clarence J. TeSelle Professor; Associate Dean, Library and
Technology
"AALL History through the Eyes of Its Presidents," 98 L.
Lib'yJ. 299 (2006) "Law Librarian and International
Legal Information: Careers in Legal Information" in 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'yJ. 623
(2005)

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

LEONARD L. RISKIN
Chesterfield Smith Professor
"Is That All There Is?: 'The Problem' in Court-Oriented
Mediation" (with Nancy A. Welsh), 15 Geo. Mason L.
Rev. 863 (2008) "Eleven Big Ideas about Conflict:
A Superficial Guide for the Thoughtful Journalist," J.
of Dispute Resolution 157 (2007) "The Place of
Mindfulness in Healing and the Law," in Shifting the Field
of Law & Justice 99 (Linda Hager et. al, eds.) (Center for
Law and Renewal, 2007) "Awareness in Lawyering: A


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Primer on Paying Attention," in The Affective Assistance
of Counsel: Practicing Law as a Healing Profession 447
(Marjorie A. Silver, ed.) (2007) "Decision-Making in
Mediation: The New Old Grid and the New New Grid
System," 79 Notre Dame L. Rev. 1 (2003) (translated into
Portuguese and published at 4 Estudoa em Arbitragem,
Mediacao e Negociacao 129 (Univeristy of Brasilia Faculty
of Law, 2007) "Knowing Yourself: Mindfulness," in The
Negotiator's Fieldbook 239 (Christopher Honeyman &
Andrea K. Schneider, eds.) (American Bar Association,
2006) Dispute Resolution and Lawyers (with Westbrook
et. al) (West Group, 3d ed. 2005; abridged 3d ed., 2006)

ELIZABETH A. ROWE
Associate Professor
"Introducing A Take-Down for Trade Secrets on the Internet,"
2007 Wisconsin L. Rev. 1041 (2007) "Saving Trade Secret
Disclosures on the Internet Through Sequential Preservation,"
42 Wake Forest L. Rev. 1 (2007), republished at 2007
Boston College Intellectual Prop. & Technology Forum
249 (2007) "The Experimental Use Exception to Patent
Infringement: Do Universities Deserve Special Treatment,"
57 Hastings L. J. 921 (2006), republished at 59 Maine L.
Rev. 283 (2007) "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
"Whither Sexual Orientation Analysis?: The Proper
Methodology When Due Process and Equal Protection
Intersect," 16 Wm. & Mary Bill of Rts. J. 1 (2008) *
"Time Out For Huckleberry Finn," in Education Landscapes
in the 21st Century: Cross-cultural Challenges and Multi-


disciplinary Perspectives (Cambridge Scholars Pub.,
2008) '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 Reflections of Law Professors
(M.W. Robinson and R.J. Bonnie, eds.) (2005)

KATHERYN RUSSELL-BROWN
Professor; Director,
Center for the Study of Race and Race Relations
Guest Editor, 6 Journal of Criminology and Public Policy
(2007) Protecting Our Own: Race, Crime, and African-
Americans (Rowman & Littlefield, 2006) "While Visions
of Deviance Danced in Their Heads," in After the Storm:
Black Intellectuals Explore the Meaning of Hurricane
Katrina (David Troutt, ed.) (2006) "Black Protectionism
as a Civil Rights Strategy," 53 Buffalo L. Rev. 1 (2005) *
"The Myth of Race and Crime," in Demystifying Crime and
Criminal Justice (Bohm and Walker, eds.) (2005)

MICHAEL L. SEIGEL
Professor
"Corporate America Fights Back: The Battle Over Waiver of
the Attorney Client Privilege," 49 Boston College L. Rev. 1
(2008) "The Admissibility of Co-Conspirator Statements
in a Post-Crawford World" (with Daniel Weisman), 34
Florida State University L. Rev. 877 (2007) "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 reprinted 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)

MICHAEL R. SIEBECKER
Associate Professor
"The Duty of Care and Data Control Systems in the Wake
of Sarbanes-Oxley," 83 Chicago-Kent L. Rev. (2008) *
"Building a 'New Institutional' Approach to Corporate
Speech," 59 Alabama L. Rev. 247 (2008) (lead article)
* "Corporate Speech, Securities Regulation and an
Institutional Approach to the First Amendment," 48
William and Mary L. Rev. (2006), reprinted in The First
Amendment Handbook 601 (Rodney M. Smolla ed. 2008)

D. DANIEL SOKOL
Assistant Professor
"Order Without (Enforceable) Law: Why Countries Enter
into Non-Enforceable Competition Policy Chapters in Free
Trade Agreements," 83 Chicago-Kent L. Rev. 231 (2008) *
"Monopolists Without Borders: The Institutional Challenge
of International Antitrust in a Global Gilded Age," 4
Berkeley Business L.J. 37 (2007) "How to Think About
the Globalization of Law and Law Firms," 14 Indiana J. of
Global Legal Studies 5 (2007)

LEE-FORD TRITT
Associate 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)


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CHRISTOPHER 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," in Prestatehood Legal Materials: A
Fifty-State Research Guide (Michael Chiorazzi & Marguerite
Most, eds.) (2005)

JEFFRY S. WADE
Director, Environmental Division, Center for Governmental
Responsibility
"Privatization and the Future of Water Services," 20 Florida
J. of International L. 179 (2008)

WALTER 0. 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)

STEVEN J. WILLIS
Professor; Associate Director,
Center on Children and Families
The Tax Law of Charities and Other Exempt Organizations:
Statutory Supplement (with David A. Brennen & Beverly
I. Moran) (Thomson West, 2nd ed., 2008) The Tax Law
of Charities and Other Exempt Organizations: Cases,
Materials, Questions, and Activities (with Darryll K.
Jones et. al) (Thomson West, 2nd ed., 2007) "People
in Glass Houses," 113 Tax Notes 477 (2006) Financial
Calculations for Lawyers (University of Florida, Department
of Continuing Education 2006) Federal Tax Accounting
(with Michael B. Lang & Elliott Manning) (Lexis Publishing
2005)


JESSICA WITTMAN
Electronic Services Librarian, Legal Information Center
"Beyond Print: A Second Life for Continuing Education,"
27.3 Legal Information Alert 1 (2008)

MICHAEL ALLAN WOLF
Richard E. Nelson Chair in Local Government Law;
Professor
The Zoning of America: Euclid v. Ambler (University Press
of Kansas, 2008) Powell on Real Property (Matthew
Bender-LexisNexis, General Editor) "William Faulkner, Legal
Commentator: Humanity and Endurance in Hollywood's
Yoknapatawpha," 77 Mississippi Law Journal 957 (2008)
* "Hysteria v. History: Public Use in the Public Eye," in
Private Property, Community, and Eminent Domain (Robin
Paul Malloy, ed.) (Ashgate Publishing, 2008) "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) "Introduction: A New
Realism About Environmental Law" and "'They Endured':
Mining the Supreme Court's Serviceable Past," in Strategies
for Environmental Success in an Uncertain Judicial Climate
(Michael Allan Wolf, ed.) (ELI, 2005)

BARBARA BENNETT WOODHOUSE
David H. Levin Chair in Family Law;
Director, Center on Children and Families;
Director, Family Law Certificate Program
Hidden in Plain Sight: The Tragedy of Children's Rights from
Ben Franklin to Lionel Tate (Princeton University Press, 2008)
* "Cleaning Up Toxic Violence: An Ecogenerist Paradigm,"
in 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) "The Family Supportive Nature of
the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child" and "The
Changing Status of the Child," in The U.N. Convention on
the Rights of the Child: An Analysis of Treaty Provisions and
Implications of U.S. Ratification (Jonathan Todres et. al, eds.)
(Transnational Publishers, 2006) "Waiting for Loving: The
Child's Fundamental Right to Adoption," 34 Capital U. L.
Rev. 297 (2005) "Foreword," 16 U. Fla. J. of L. and Public
Pol'yV (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 (2005)

DANAYA C. WRIGHT
Professor; UF Research Foundation Professor
"Charitable Deductions for Rail-Trail Conversions: Reconciling
the Partial Interest Rule and the National Trails System Act"
(with Scott Bowman), 32 Wm. & Mary Envt'l L & Pol'y Rev. 1
(2008) "Rails-to-Trails: Conversion of Railroad Corridors to
Recreational Trails," in 78A Powell on Real Property (Michael
Allan Wolf, ed.) (2007) "The Legacy of Colonialism: Law
and Women's Rights in India" (with Varsha Chitnis), 64
Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 1315 (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," 12 Texas Wesleyan
L. Rev. 434 (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 (2005) (winner of the 2005 Donald
Sutherland Award for the most important article in English
legal history from the American Society for Legal History)


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