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One hundred years ago this fall, the University

of Florida College of Law admitted its first class

of 38 students to a one-room college with two

faculty members. Today, UF Law is a large and

comprehensive institution with nearly 100 full-

time faculty and 1,200 students from a wide

range of diverse backgrounds and cultures.

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Our academic programs are enriched
from relationships with other colleges at UF,
one of the largest and most comprehensive
public research universities in the nation.
As Florida's flagship public law school, UF
Law has a tradition of academic excellence
that has produced numerous leaders for the
state of Florida, the nation, and the global
legal community.
A number of firsts for our school
occurred in 2008-09. We reduced our
entering class size for the fall 2009
entering class from 400 to 300 students to
serve our students better and to make the
best use of our resources. This transforma-
tional change also produced the highest
academic credentials in our history for an
entering class.



In 2008-2009, UF Law also:
* Awarded an LL.M. in Environmen-
tal Law and Land Use Planning to
that new program's first graduate;
* Successfully integrated e-discovery into
our curriculum and held a ground-
breaking e-discovery symposium in
collaboration with the Sedona Project;
* Launched the Peter T. Fay Jurist-in-
Residence Program;
* Held the first Criser Distinguished
Lecture in this newly-endowed
lecture series (a "conversation" with
Justice John Paul Stevens);
* Welcomed Chief Justice of the
United States John G. Roberts Jr. to
judge our intramural "Final Four"
moot court competition.

Applications continue to increase
to our J.D., LL.M. and S.J.D. programs,
particularly to our top rated Graduate
Tax Program, which recently added the
LL.M. in International Taxation to its
degree offerings. Construction is nearing
completion on the Martin H. Levin Ad-
vocacy Center, which when finished will
mark the college's total reconstruction of
its academic space during this decade.
Our alumni continue to be one of our
greatest strengths, and we are particu-
larly pleased that Steve Zack (JD 71) is
president-elect of the American Bar As-
sociation and, in 2010, will become UF
Law's fifth ABA president since 1973.
In the end, the credit for our suc-
cess belongs to our faculty, who for 100

years have carefully guided generations
of students through the challenging
process of becoming legal professionals.
We owe much to their talent, dedication
and foresight. The exemplary produc-
tivity and vibrant scholarship of our
current faculty members are chronicled
in this report.
I invite you to visit us online to
view more information about the Levin
College of Law and its faculty at www., and to visit us in person in
Gainesville, Fla.

Robert H. Jerry II
Dean; Levin Mabie and Levin
Professor of Law



The fall 2009 completion of the Martin H.
Levin Advocacy Center marks the end of a ma-
'9 jor renovation and expansion of the Levin Col-
lege of Law's physical space that, since 2005,
has completely reconstructed and expanded
the college's academic space and library, and
added two modern classroom buildings. The
third, final, and entirely new building in this
project, the advocacy center will boost the
college's legal advocacy program and provide
state-of-the-art trial facilities. The impressive
stand-alone 20,000 sq. foot center features a
two-story grand foyer and glass entry with an
open staircase, and houses a fully-functional
trial and appellate courtroom on the first floor
With a 98-seat gallery, bench for seven judges, a
jury box and attorneys' tables. The courtroom
also accommodates judges' chambers and a
jury deliberation room.

Despite or perhaps because of- the relaxed, collegial, and largely winter-free environment at the Uni-
versity of Florida, the faculty at the Levin College of Law continues to be prolific and groundbreaking across
a variety of research specialties. Our tax scholars, the largest and most highly-respected such group in a U.S.
law school, produce some of the most significant research and casebooks in the field. Our environmental and
land use law faculty has emerged as one of the most dynamic and productive groups writing and teaching in
that area. We also boast some of the leading figures in critical race theory. At the same time, our junior faculty
members have infused the school with intellectual energy and have begun to assume leading national roles
in the fields of environmental law, intellectual property, trusts and estates, and corporate governance.
Between January 2008 and July 2009, UF Law faculty have published more than 90 articles and chapters
that have appeared in scholarly journals and edited collections; more than 25 casebooks, textbooks, and
treatises in fields as diverse as real property, law and economics, criminal procedure, and international
business transactions; and seven scholarly monographs from among the leading university and scholarly
presses. Although not quite as world-beating as the university's major sports teams, which have racked up
four national championships in the past five years, the Levin College of Law continues its well-established
tradition of being a top-tier law school that is part of a major, international research university.
-Mark Fenster, Associate Dean for Faculty Development;
University of Florida Research Foundation Professor


"I am excited to join

the University of Florida

Levin College of Law.

This is not simply an

excellent law school at a

world-class university; it

is also a real community

of scholars where I will

constantly be challenged

and encouraged."


John Stinneford has joined the UF Law faculty as an
assistant professor of law teaching criminal law, criminal
procedure, and sentencing. Prior to joining UF, he was a
an associate and assistant professor at the Florida Coastal
School of Law in Jacksonville, Fla., a visiting professor of
law at the University of St. Thomas School of Law in Min- Stinneford
neapolis, Minn., an assistant professor oflawyering skills at
the University of Dayton School of Law, Dayton, Ohio, and an assistant director
of the I.J. Clinic on Entrepreneurship at the University of Chicago Law School in
Chicago, Ill.
After graduating with his bachelor's in English literature from the University
of Virginia, Stinneford went on to earn a Master of Arts in English and American
literature and language from Harvard University. After earning his law degree
from Harvard Law School, Stinneford clerked with the U.S. District Court for the
Northern District of Illinois then practiced criminal law for several years, first
in private practice, and then as assistant United States attorney for the Northern
District of Illinois.


Associate Professor
"Stumbling Toward Success: A Story of Adaptive
Law and Ecological Resilience," 87 Nebraska
L. Rev. 950 (2009) "Modernizing Water Law:
The Example of Florida" (with Christine Klein
& Richard Hamann), 61 Florida L. Rev. 403
(2009) "Harnessing the Power of Science
in Environmental Law: Why We Should, Why
We Don't, and How We Can," 86Texas L. Rev.
1527 (2008) The Florida Water Resources
Act of 1972: Beyond the First 35 Years (with
Christine Klein and Richard Hamann) (University
of Florida, 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 Environmental 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.) (Center
for Progressive Reform, 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 & Envtl. L.
Rev. (2007) (collecting the top 10 land use and
environmental law articles published in 2006)

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
Envtl. 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)

Chesterfield Smith Professor Emeritus;
Honorary Fellow, Society for Advanced Legal
Studies, University of London
"The Rule of Law: Essential Component of
the Financial War Against Organized Crime
and Terrorism in the Americas" (with Theresa
A. DiPerna), 14 J. Financial Crime 405 (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. Florida J. L. & Pub.
Pol'y430 (2006) "Exposure of Financial
Institutions to Criminal Liability," 13 J. Financial
Crime 387 (2006)

"Value in the Eye of the Beholder: The
Valuation of Intangibles for Transfer Pricing
Purposes," 28 Virginia Tax Rev. 79 (2008) *
"The Non-Sense Tax: A Reply to New Corporate
Income Tax Advocacy," 2008 Michigan St. L.
Rev. 59 (2008)



We are in a new and exciting era of environmental law. The challenges we face today, such as
addressing climate change and finding alternative energy sources, are global in scale, extremely
complex and multifaceted, involving the law, the natural sciences, economics, and the social sci-
ences. Although somewhat daunting, these challenges provide exciting opportunities to bring
together a variety of disciplines to find new and innovative approaches to solving environmental
problems. The students in our environmental law program are well-situated to meet these new
challenges. Our students come from diverse backgrounds and have undergraduate and graduate
degrees from a variety of academic disciplines. They understand and embrace the multidisciplinary
nature of environmental law and are willing to explore novel ideas that could help shape environ-
mental law in the future. My own scholarship combines my legal expertise with my background in
natural sciences. I am interested in exploring ways in which the legal system can incorporate
scientific developments to achieve more effective approaches to solving environmental problems.

-Mary Jane Angelo, Associate Professor

Professor; Alumni Research Scholar
Federal Estate and Gift Taxation (with Richard B.
Stephens et. al) (8th ed., 2006)

Emertius Affiliate Professor; Joseph
L. Brechner Eminent Scholar of Mass
Communications Emeritus
"Searching for Patterns in the Laws Governing
Access to Records and Meetings in the Fifty
States by Using Multiple Research Tools," (with
Cristina Popescu et al.), 18 U. Fla. J.L. & Pub.
Pol'y 415 (2007) "Safe from Sex Offenders?
Legislating Internet Publication of Sex Offender
Registries," 39 Urban Lawyer 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," (with Martin E. Halstuk)
11 Communications L. & Pol'y, 511 (2006)

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," The Reconstructionist, Fall 2006,
at 50

Associate Dean for International Studies;
John H. and Mary Lou Dasburg Professor;
Director of International and Comparative
Law Certificate Program
Securities Counseling for Small and Emerging
Companies (West Group, 2009 ed.) Florida
Business Laws Annotated: Commentary,
Cases and Forms (2008-09 ed.) "Dover
Judicata: How Much Should Florida Courts
Be Influenced by Delaware Corporate Law
Decisions?" 83 Florida BarJ. 20 (2009) *
"Freeze-Outs and Squeeze-Outs in American
and Polish Law: Comparisons, Contrasts
and Recommendations," (with Aleksandra
Krawcewicz), 8 Warsaw U. L. Rev. 38 (2008) *
"Capital Offense: The SEC's Continuing and
Mysterious Failure to Address Capital-Raising
Concerns of Small Business," (with Gregory C.
Yadley), 4 NYU J. Law & Business 1 (2007) *
"Good Corporate Governance in Developing

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

Professor; Affiliate Professor of Philosophy
Meaning in Law: A Theory of Speech (Oxford
University Press, 2009) Book Review: Steven
J. Heyman, Free Speech and Human Dignity,
119 Ethics 367 (2009) "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) Book
Review: Owen Fiss, The LawAs It Could Be, 116
Ethics 412 (2006)

Affiliate Professor of Law;
Associate Professor of History
"It Makes Nothing Happen: Reasons for Studying
the History of Law," 5 J. Law, Culture & the
Humanities 3 (2009) Book Review: Simon Baatz,
For the Thrill of It: Leopold, Loeb and the Murder
that Shocked Chicago, 96 J. American Hist. 260
(2009) Book Review: Colin Dayan, The Story
of Cruel and Unusual, 26 Law & Hist. Rev. 748

(2008) "Death or Transformation? Educational
Autonomy in the Roberts Court in the 2006-2007
Supreme Court Review," 43 Tulsa L. Rev. 725
(2008) "People v. Coughlin and the Criminal
Jury in Late Nineteenth-Century Chicago," 28
Northern Illinois U. L. Rev. 503 (2008) "Employee
Speech & Management Rights: A Counterintuitive
Reading of Garcetti v. Ceballos," 29 Berkeley J.
Employment & Labor Law 175 (2008) "Criminal
Justice in the United States, 1780-1920: A
Government of Laws or Men?" in Cambridge
History of Law in America, Volume 2, The Long
Nineteenth Century (1789-1920) (Christopher
Tomlins & Michael Grossberg, eds.) (2008) *
"Review Essay: Two Ways of Looking at the
Founding," 35 History: Reviews of New Books 129
(2007) Book Review: SpencerWaller, Thurman
Arnold: A Biography, 25 Law & History Rev.
435 (2007) "Getting Away With Murder," 111
American Historical Rev. 95 (2006) Book Review:
Black Chicago's First Century, Vol. 1: 1833-1900,
93 J. of American History 237 (2006)

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

Legal Skills Professor
Prosecution Principles: A Clinical Handbook
(Thomson West, 2007)

"Reinventing Retirement: Reforming Social
Security, Medicare, and Private Pension
Plans," 10 Employee Rights & Employment
Pol'y J. 2 (2006)

David H. Levin Chair in Family Law
Director, Center on Children and Families
"Masculinities and Feminist Legal Theory,"
23 Wisconsin J. L. Gender & Soc'y 201 (2008)
* "Boys, Masculinities and Juvenile Justice,"
8 J. Korean Law 115 (2008) "Multiple
Parents/Multiple Fathers," 9 J. L. & Family
Studies 231 (2007) Editor, Handbook of
Children, Culture and Violence (with Dorothy
Singer and Robin Fretwell Wilson) and author
of Introduction (Sage Publications, 2006) *
"Parentage at Birth: Birth Fathers and Social
Fatherhood," 14 William & Mary Bill Rts. J.
909 (2006)

Associate Dean for Faculty Development;
University of Florida Research Foundation
"The Stubborn Incoherence of Regulatory
Takings," 28 Stanford Envtl. L. J. 525 (2009) *
Dialogues in Communication Research: Joint
Review/ Discussion of Jack Bratich, Conspiracy
Panics: Political Rationality and Popular Culture,
(with Jack Bratich), 33 J. Communication Inq.
278 (2009) "Designing Transparency: The
9/11 Commission and Institutional Form,"
65 Washington & Lee L. Rev. 1239 (2008)
Conspiracy Theories: Secrecy and Power in
American Culture (revised 2nd ed.) (University
of Minnesota Press, 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) (book review essay)
* "Takings, Version 2005: The Legal Process of
Constitutional Property Rights," 9 U. Pennsylvania
J. Constitutional L. 667 (2007) "Coolhunting the
Law," 12 Harvard Negotiation L. Rev. 157 (2007) *
"On Idiocratic Theory: A Reply," 19 Critical Review
147 (2007) "The Opacity of Transparency," 91
Iowa L. Rev. 885 (2006)



Most of my research involves the application of economics to contract, copyright, or antitrust law or

simply to working through ideas. In this research, I try to approach issues objectively, not to preach,

and to explain my own concerns about the methodology. I attempt to hold to these standards as a

teacher as well. As someone who employs economics but often writes about its limitations, I often

find my work falls somewhere between that of legal academics who discount the economic analysis

of law, but behave like the "rational economic man" in their personal lives, and those who believe

law should be guided solely by economics except, perhaps, when they are personally affected.

-Jeffrey L. Harrison, Stephen C. O'Connell Professor

Director, Social Policy Division,
Center for Governmental Responsibility
"Florida Farmworkers' Perceptions and Lay
Knowledge of Occupational Pesticides" (with P.
Monaghan, S. Albrecht, and A. Bahena), 32 J.
Community Health 181 (2007)* "Stakeholder
Analysis of Florida Farmworker Housing" (with A.
Burns), 11 J. Agromedicine 59 (2006)

Professor; Alumni Research Scholar; Director,
Environmental and Land Use Law Program
"Protecting a Natural Resource Legacy While
Promoting Resilience: Can It Be Done?," 87
Nebraska L. Rev. 1008 (2009) "Recommendation
No. 5: Adopt Model National Environmental
Legacy Act-NELA," in Recalibrating the Law of
Humans with the Laws of Nature: Climate Change,
Human Rights, and Intergenerational Justice
(Climate Legacy Initiative, Vermont Law School,
2009) "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 & Matthew 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)

Associate Dean and Director,
Graduate Tax Program
Taxation of Individual Income (with Martin Burke)
(LexisNexis, 8th ed., 2009 Supp.) Understanding
Federal Income Taxation (with Martin Burke) (3rd
ed., 2008) Treatise, Modern Estate Planning
(with Martin Burke and Elaine Gagliardi) (2nd ed.,

John H. & Mary Lou Dasburg Professor Emeritus
International Business Transactions: Foreign
Investment (with Ralph Folsom, John Spanogle
& Peter Fitzgerald) (Thomson-West 2009) *
International Business Transactions: Trade and
Economic Relations (with Ralph Folsom, John
Spanogle & Peter Fitzgerald) (Thomson-West
2009) International Business Transactions:
Contracting Across Borders (with Ralph Folsom,
John Spanogle & Peter Fitzgerald) (Thomson-
West 2009) International Business Transactions:

A Problem-Oriented Coursebook (with Ralph
Folsom, John Spanogle & Peter Fitzgerald)
(Thomson-West, 10th ed., 2009) Florida
Corporations Manual (Five Volumes) (LexisNexis,
1974, revised 2009) International Business
Transactions in a Nutshell (8th ed.) (with Ralph
Folsom & John Spanogle) (Thomson-West, 2009)
* International Trade and Economic Relations in
a Nutshell (4th ed.) (with Ralph Folsom and John
Spanogle) (Thomson-West, 2008) International
Civil Dispute Resolution (2nd ed.) (with Charles
Baldwin IV, Ronald Brand & David Epstein)
(Thomson-West, 2008) "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)

Assistant Dean, Career Development
"The Law School Perspective of Small Firm
Practice," in Link (2006)

Stephen C. O'Connell Professor
Understanding Antitrust and Its Economic
Implications (5th ed.) (with E.T. Sullivan)
(LexisNexis, 2009) "Happiness, Efficiency and


Decisional Equity: From Output to Process,"
36 Pepperdine L. Rev. 935 (2009) "Comparing
Promises: A US and Polish Perspective" (with
Wojciech J. Kocot), 8 Warsaw U. L. Rev. 72 (2008)
* Law and Economics (with Jules Theeuwes) (W.W.
Norton & Co., 2008) "Economics of Business
Associations," in Encyclopedia of Law and Society
(David S. Clark ed.) (Sage Publications, 2007) *
Law and Economics: Positive, Normative and
Behavioral Perspectives (2nd ed.), (Thomson-
West, 2007) Law and Economics in a Nutshell
(4th ed.), (Thomson-West, 2007) "Trademark
and Status Signaling: Tattoos for the Privileged,"
59 Florida L. Rev. 195 (2007), reprinted in Trade
Marks: Concept and Context (A V Narsimha Rao,
ed.), (ICFAI University, Hyderabad, India: Amicus
Books, 2008) "An Instrumental Approach to
Market Power and Antitrust Policy," 59 SMU L.
Rev. 1673 (2006) "Post-Tenure Scholarship and
its Implications," 17 U. Florida J. L. & Pub. Pol'y
139 (2006) "The Rage Cycle: Spike Lee's'Do the
Right Thing,'" in Screening Justice The Cinema
of Law: Significant Films of Law, Order and Social
Justice (Rennard Strickland, Teree E. Foster, &
Taunya Lovell Banks eds.) (William S. Hein & Co.,
2006) Book Review: Margaret Oppenheimer &
Nicholas Mercuro, Law and Economics, 37 Journal
of Socioeconomics 166 (2006)

Head of Technical Services,
Adjunct Professor of Law
"Hutchinson v. Valdosta: A Supreme Court
Battle Over Water Closets," 16 Southern J. of
Legal Hist. 181 (2008); "Service to Distance
Learners: A Student's Perspective," 8 Legal
Information Management 64 (2008)

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) "The Gender Bend: Culture, Sex,
and Sexuality A LatCritical Human Rights
Map of Latina/o Border Crossings," 83 Indiana
L.J. 1283 (2008) "Sex and Globalization,"
11 Harv. Latino L. R. 173 (2008) "Maria
Lugones's Work as a Human Rights Idea(l),"
(with Mariana Ribeiro), 18 Berkeley La Raza
L.J. 29 (2007) "Afterword: Beyond the First
Decade: a Forward-looking History of LatCrit
Theory, Community and Praxis (LatCrit at
10 Years)," (with Angela Harris & Francisco
Valdes), 26 Chicano-Latino L. Rev. 237
(2006), published concurrently in 17 Berkeley
La Raza L. J. 169 (2006) "Children and

Immigration: International, Local, and Social
Responsibilities," (with Justin Luna), 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,"
(with Jane E. Larson), 37 Columbia Hum. Rts. L.
Rev. 391 (2006)

Affiliate Professor Emeritus;
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)

Professor; Director, LL.M. in
Comparative Law Program
Black Letter on Federal Income Tax (10th ed.)
(with Stephen A. Lind) (Thomson-West, 2007)

Samuel T. Dell Term Professor
"The Role of Credit Rating Agencies in the Current
Worldwide Financial Crisis," 30 Company Lawyer



UF law's faculty is larger and more comprehensive than that of most schools, with 54 tenured or
tenure-track faculty, which includes 19 (35 percent) women, and 10 (18.5 percent) minorities. In ad-
dition, more than 45 other faculty members support the college through clinical, research, writing,
information and administrative programs. Their influence goes far beyond campus, however. Many
faculty members are:
Authors of treatises, casebooks or major books used by law schools and practitioners throughout
the nation
Cited by the U.S. Supreme Court
Serve as expert witnesses before policy-making bodies
Serve as consultants to branches of state, federal and international governments
Serve in leadership roles on American and Florida Bar committees and task forces or other
prestigious associations such as Amnesty International, the United Nations Institute for Training
and Research, and the International Society of Family Law
Serve on editorial boards of national publications and author hundreds of articles in law reviews

61 (2009) "Hedge Funds in the 21st Century:
Do the Benefits Outweigh Potential Dangers to
the Financial Markets?" 29 Company Lawyer 228
(2007) Unincorporated Business Associations,
Cases and Materials (3rd. ed.) (with William
Gregory) (Thomson-West, 2006) "A Post- Enron
Examination of Corporate Governance Problems
in the Investment Company Industry," 27
Company Lawyer41 (2006)

Ed Rood Eminent Scholar Emeritus
in Trial Advocacy and Procedure
Criminal Procedure and the Constitution (with
Yale Kamisar et. al) (Thomson-West, 2009 ed.)
* White Collar Crime: Law and Practice (3d
ed.) (with Ellen Podgor et al.) (Thomson-West
2009) White Collar Crime in a Nutshell (4th
ed.) (with Ellen Podgor) (Thomson-West, 2009)
* Modern Criminal Procedure (12th ed.) (with
Yale Kamisar et al.) (Thomson-West 2008)
* Criminal Procedure (3d ed. treatise) (with
Wayne R. LaFave et al.) (Thomson-West, 2007,
with 2009 updates) "Francis A. Allen, The
Gainesville Years," 59 Florida L. Rev. vii (2007) *
Criminal Procedure Constitutional Limitations
in a Nutshell (7th ed.) (with Wayne Lafave)
(Thomson-West, 2006)

Senior Legal Skills Professor;
Associate Director, Center on
Children and Families
"Approaches to Compromise: A Comparative
Analysis of the Constitutions of the United
States and the Republic of Poland," 8 Warsaw
U. L. Rev. 83 (2008)

"Invisible Criminality: Male Peer-Groups,
Alcohol, and the Risk of Aggressive
Sexual Behavior," in Race to Injustice:
Lessons Learned from the Duke University
Lacrosse Player's Rape Case (Michael L.
Seigel, ed., Carolina Academic Press 2009)
* Maryland's Parole Supervision Fee: A
Barrier to Reentry (with Rebekah Diller
& Judith Greene) (Brennan Center for
Justice at NYU, 2009) 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

Dean; Levin Mabie and Levin Professor
Understanding Insurance Law (with Douglas
Richmond) (4th ed., 2007) "Life, Health,
and Disability Insurance: Understanding
the Relationships," 35 J. L. Medicine &
Ethics 80 (2007) "Reflections on
Leadership," 38 U. 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)

Assistant Professor
"An Administrative 'Death Sentence'
for Asylum Seekers: Deprivation of Due
Process Under 8 U.S.C. 1 58(d)(6)'s
Frivolousness Standard," 82 Washington L.
Rev. 831 (2007)

Associate in Law and Lecturer,
Center for Governmental Responsibility
"A Question of Balance: The White Paper
on Damages Actions for Breach of the EC


Antitrust Rules from an American Perspective,"
in Newest Developments in European and
International Competition Law- 15th St. Gallen
International Competition Forum 2008 (Carl
Baudenbacher, Ed.) (Helbing & Lichtenhahn
Verlag, 2009) "The Stephen Colbert Problem:
The Media Exemption for Corporate Political
Advocacy and 'The Hail to the Cheese'
Stephen Colbert Nacho Cheese Doritos 2008
Presidential Campaign (Coverage)," 19 Florida
J. L. & Pub. Pol. 295 (2008) "Choices and
Voices in the 2008 Election: History is Upon
Us," in 19 Florida J. L. & Pub. Pol. ix (2008)
"Patent Power and Market Power: Rethinking
the Relationship Between Intellectual Property
Rights and Market Power in Antitrust Analysis,"
in Research Handbook on Intellectual Property
and Competition Law(J. Drexl, ed.) (Edward Elgar
Publishing, 2008) Contributed seven entries
to Encyclopedia of Political Communication
(L.L. Kaid and C. Holtz-Bacha, eds.) (Sage,
2008) "'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) "Private Antitrust in the
Global Market," in Economic Law and Justice
in Times of Globalization: Festschrift for Carl

Baduenbacher443 (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(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," in Newest Developments
in European and International Competition
Law-Twelfth St. Gallen International Competition
Law Forum (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? (H. Ullrich, ed.) (Edward Elgar
Publishing, 2006)

Assistant Professor; Assistant Professor, Urban
and Regional Planning (joint appointment)
"Wal-Mart in the Garden District Does the
Arbitrary and Capricious Standard of Review
Lessen the Right of Citizens to Participate" (with
Kevin Gifford), 18 J. Affordable Housing and
Community Development Law 260 (2009) "Small
Town Housing Needs: Resource Inefficiencies and
Urban Bias in the United States" (with Shannon
VanZandt, Cecilia Guisti, and June Martin), J. of the
Community Development Society (June 2009), at
75 "Through the Looking Glass: Analyzing the
Potential Legal Challenges to Form-Based Codes"
(with Elizabeth Garvin), 23 J. Land Use and Envtl.
L. 394 (2008) "Enhancing HOPE VI Revitalization
Processes with Participation," J. of the Community
Development Society (December, 2008), at 75 *
"Reducing Pre-Relocation Grief with Participation
in a HOPE VI Grant Application Process," 2 Int'l J.
Public Participation 42 (2008) "Interdisciplinary
Tourism Education in Interdisciplinary Teaching
and Learning in Higher Education: Theory and
Practice," (with Tazim Jamal) in Interdisciplinary
Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: Theory



It is exciting to teach and study mass media law at a time when the media industry is undergoing
profound structural transformation. As audiences increasingly turn to the Internet for news and in-
formation, legal doctrines developed to serve the needs of the institutional press must be modified
to solve the unique challenges posed by a new communications medium. As a scholar, it has been
my obligation and privilege to research and recommend ways to meet these challenges. I've been
particularly interested in how the ancient tort of defamation has responded to the dramatic increase
in the number of "publishers" contributing to the marketplace of ideas without benefit of editorial
assistance or restraint. Some of these newly empowered publishers are responsible critics speaking
uncomfortable truths, but others are irresponsible character assassins, out to settle personal scores
online. In my scholarship, I have explored ways for courts to strike the difficult balance between
speech and reputation in the Internet age.

-Lyrissa Barnett Lidsky, Stephen C. O'Connell Professor

and Practice (Balasubramanyam Chandramohan
& Stephen Fallows, eds.) (London: Routledge
Falmer, 2008) "Grounding Theory: Developing
New Theory on Intergenerational Participation
in Qualitative Methods for Housing Research,"
in Qualitative Housing Research Methods (Paul
Maquin, ed.) (London: Elsevier, 2008)

Assistant Professor; Co-Director, Center on
Children and Families
"Challenging Monohumanism: An Argument for
Changing the Way We Think About Intercountry
Adoption," 30 Mich. J. Int'l L. 413 (2009) *
"Race, Identity, and Professional Responsibility:
Why Legal Services Organizations Need African
American Staff Attorneys," 18 Cornell J.L. & Pub.
Pol'y 1 (2008)

Chesterfield Smith Professor
Natural Resources Law: A Place-Based Book of
Problems and Cases (with Frederico Cheever &
Bret C. Birdsong) (Aspen, 2d ed. 2009) "The
Environmental Deficit: Applying Lessons from
the Economic Recession," 53 Arizona L. Rev. 555
(2009) "Modernizing Water Law: The Example
of Florida," (with Mary Jane Angelo & Richard


Hamann), 61 Florida L. Rev. 403 (2009) "Cultural
Norms as a Source of Law: The Example of
Bottled Water," 30 Cardozo L. Rev. 507 (2008)
(with Ling-Yee Huang) "Water Transfers: The
Case Against Transbasin Diversions in the Eastern
States," 25 UCLA J. Envtl. Law & Policy 249
(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
(rev. vol. 6) (Robert E. Beck, ed.) (Matthew Bender,
2005 & 2007 Supplement) "The New Nuisance:
An Antidote to Wetland Loss, Sprawl, and Global
Warming," 48 Boston College L. Rev. 1155 (2007)
* "The Law of the Lakes: From Protectionism to
Sustainability," 2006 Michigan St. U. L. Rev. 1259

"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)

Stephen C. O'Connell Professor
"The Phases and Faces of the Duke Lacrosse

Controversy: A Conversation," 19 Seton Hall J.
Sports & Ent. L. 181 (2009) (with James Coleman
et al.); "Where's the Harm?: Free Speech and the
Regulation of Lies," 65 Washington & Lee L. Rev.
(2008) "U.S. Media Law Update," 13 Media &
Arts. L. Rev. (2008) "Medium-Specific Regulation
of Attorney Advertising: A Critique," (with Tera
Peterson), 18 Florida 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)

Professor Emeritus
Worker's Compensation (with Thomas Eaton and
Gary Smith) (Rev. ed., 2005)

Hugh F Culverhouse Eminent Scholar in Taxation
Fundamentals of International Taxation (with Boris
I. Bittker) (2009/2010 ed.) "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) "Territorial Taxation: Why Some U.S.
Multinationals May Be Less Than Enthusiastic
About the Idea (and Some Ideas They Really
Dislike)," 59 SMU L. Rev. 751 (2006)

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)

"The Story of Downes v. Bidwell: 'The Consti-
tution Follows the Flag ... But Doesn't Quite
Catch Up With It,'" in Race and the Law Stories
(Rachel Moran & Devon Carbado, eds.) (Foun-
dation Press, 2008) America's Colony: The
Political and Cultural Conflict between the U.S.
and Puerto Rico (NYU Press, paperback edition,
2007; hardback edition, 2004).

"Can Xenophon Save the Socratic Method?"
30 T. Jefferson L. Rev. 597 (2008) "Fiduciary
Duties to Clients with Mental Disabilities" (with

Christopher Slobogin), 68 Fordham L. Rev. 1581
(2000), re-edited and reprinted in Christopher
Slobogin, Minding Justice: Laws that Deprive
People With Mental Disabilities of Life and
Liberty (Harvard University Press, 2006)

Professor and Gerald A. Sohn Term Professor
Secretary of Defense Authority to Implement
"Don't Ask, Don't Tell" in a Manner Consistent
With National Security (Palm Center, University
of California, Santa Barbara) (July 2009) *
"Presidential Authority to Suspend Discharges
for Homosexual Conduct and Draft Executive
Order Suspending Discharges for Homosexual
Conduct," in Aaron Belkin et al., How to End
"Don't Ask, Don't Tell": A Roadmap of Political,
Legal, Regulatory, and Organizational Steps
to Equal Treatment (Palm Center, University of
California, Santa Barbara) (May 2009) Law and
Popular Culture: Text, Notes, and Questions
(with David Ray 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) (published
remarks) "Don't Ask, Don't Tell: The Contours
of Judicial Deference to Military Personnel

Policies," 14 Duke J. Gender L. & Pol'y 1173
(2007) (published remarks) "Military Values in
Law," 14 Duke J. Gender L. & Pol'y 977 (2007)

James J. Freeland Eminent Scholar in
Federal Wealth Transfer Taxation (with James
Repetti and Paul Caron) (Foundation Press,
2009) Federal Income Taxation, Cases and
Materials (6th ed.) (with Martin McMahon,
Daniel Simmons & Gregg Polsky) (Foundation
Press, 2008) "Territorial vs. Worldwide
International Tax Systems: Which is Better
for the U.S.," 8 Florida 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 (4th ed.) (with Martin McMahon
& Daniel Simmons) (Foundation Press, 2006)
* "The Charitable Contributions Deduction
(Revisited)," 59 SMU L. Rev. 773 (2006) *
Federal Income Taxation of Corporations (3d
ed.) (with Martin McMahon & Daniel Simmons)
(Foundation Press, 2006) Federal Income
Taxation of Business Organizations (4th ed.),
(with Martin McMahon & Daniel Simmons)
(Foundation Press, 2006)



Tax law touches everyone and influences both business and personal decisions, for correct or
incorrect reasons, for better or worse, everyday. Over the past two decades, few, if any, political
questions have been consistently more salient than "who should pay how much taxes on what sort
of income?" That's what makes teaching tax law so interesting and important. It's exciting because
no law changes as frequently and as much as tax law. These are the reasons the study of tax law
fascinates and leads me to enjoy teaching it to both J.D. and LL.M. students, as well as to practicing
lawyers at the numerous CLE conferences around the country at which I regularly make presenta-
tions. The fluidity and complexity of tax law also provides a never-ending well of topics about which
to write, whether in an article or updating my various books on the subject. These are also the
reasons that students who come to embrace the idea of becoming tax lawyers are so enthusiastic
about their studies. They understand very well that as young lawyers they can become experts in
sub-specialties much more quickly than they could in other areas of law that are less fluid.

-Martin J. McMahon Jr., Stephen C. O'Connell Professor

Stephen C. O'Connell Professor
"Recent Developments in Federal Income Taxa-
tion: The Year 2008," (with Ira B. Shepard & Daniel
L. Simmons), 9 Florida Tax Rev. 275 (2009) "CCA
200911007: Trying to Make Sense Out of the
$1,000,000 Ceiling in the Home Mortgage Inter-
est Deduction Rules," 28 ABA Tax Section News
Quarterly 22 (Summer 2009) Federal Income
Taxation, Cases and Materials (6th ed.) (with Paul
McDaniel, Daniel Simmons & Gregg Polsky),
(Foundation Press, 2008) "Comparing the Appli-
cation of Judicial Interpretative Doctrines to Rev-
enue 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 Taxa-
tion: The Year 2007," (with Ira B. Shepard & Daniel
L. Simmons), 8 Florida Tax Rev. 715 (2008) "Re-
cent Developments in Federal Income Taxation:
The Year 2006," (with Ira B. Shepard), 8 Florida
Tax Rev. 433 (2007) "Recent Developments in
Federal Income Taxation: The Year 2005," (with Ira
B. Shepard), 8 Florida Tax Rev. 5 (2007) Federal
Income Taxation of Business Organizations (4th
ed.) (with Paul McDaniel and Daniel Simmons),
(Foundation Press, 2006) Federal Income Taxa-

tion of Corporations (3rd ed.) (with Paul McDaniel
& Daniel Simmons), (Foundation Press, 2006) *
Federal Income Taxation of Partnerships and S
Corporations (4th ed.) (with Paul McDaniel and
Daniel Simmons), (Foundation Press, 2006) "An
Income Tax Is Superior to a Wage or Consumption
Tax," 110 Tax Notes 1353 (2006) Semi-annual
cumulative supplements since 2003 to Federal In-
come Taxation of Individuals (3d ed.) (with Boris I.
Bittker & Lawrence A. Zelenak), (Warren, Gorham
& Lamont, 2002)

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," 8
Warsaw U. L. Rev. 110 (2008) "Law Schools
as Agents of Change and Justice Reform in the
Americas" (with Timothy McLendon), 20 Florida J.
oflnt'l L. 5 (special edition, 2008)

Professor; Affiliate Professor of Philosophy; Affiliate
Professor of Sociology and Criminology & Law
"Fairness and Self Interest: Reforming Immigration

Reform," 13 Nexus 103 (2008) "Social Impacts
on the Criminal Law of the Enforcement of
Morality: Some Reflections on the Anglo-American
Debate," 39 Rechtstheorie 53 (2008) "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)

Samuel T. Dell Term Professor; Affiliate
Professor of Anthropology; Director, Institute of
Human Rights and Peace Development
"The Optional Protocol to the Convention Against
Torture," in La Creacion del Mecanismo Espanol
de Prevencion de la Tortura (Fernando M. Marino
Menendez & Alicia Cebada Romero, eds.) (Ma-
drid: lustel, 2009). "The Rise of Outsourcing
in Modern Warfare: Sovereign Power, Private
Military Actors, and the Constitutive Process"
(with Craig Hammer), 60 Maine L. Rev. 430 (2008)
* "Globalism from an African Perspective: The
Training of Lawyers for a New and Challenging
Reality," (with Marcio Santos), 17 Transnational L.
& Contemp. Probs. 414 (2008) "Peace, Justice
and Transition in Colombia: Current Problems," 8
Global Jur. (Advances) 3 (2008) "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 Founda-
tion of Trials and Commissions in Social and Polit-
ical Transformation," 13 East African J. of Peace
& Human Rts. 3 (2007) Transitional Justice in
Colombia: The Testing Ground of the Peace and
Justice Process, Que tan alternatives son las justi-
cias alternatives? (Medilin, Colombia: Groupo de
Investigacaiones en Derecho Procesal, University
of Medilin, 2007) Depois da Onida: Mudanca
IRAQUE), Revista do CEPEJ, Centro de Estudos
e Pesquisas Juridicas de Faculdade de Directo
da Universidade Federal da Bahia, No. 8 (Sal-
vador, Bahia, Brazil: 2007) "Communications
Theory and World Public Order: The Anthropo-
morphic, Jurisprudential Foundations of Interna-
tional Human Rights," (with Craig Hammer), 47
Virginia 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 Govern-
ment: The Rational Limits of Intergovernmental
and Intragovernmental Cooperation in the Pros-
ecution of Terrorists," (with Craig Hammer), 16
Law & Society Trust Rev. 220 (2006) "The New

Bush National Security Doctrine and the Rule of
Law," (with Craig Hammer), 22 Berkeley J. Int'l L.
375 (2004), translated and republished in J. Law
& Society (Moscow), No. 6 (2006) "Old Poison
in New Bottles: Trafficking and the Extinction of
Respect," (with Alvaro de Medeiros), 14 Tul. J.
Intl. & Comp. Law 225 (2006)

"Comfortably Numb: Medicalizing (and
Mitigating) Pain-and-Suffering Damages," 42
U. Michigan J.L. Reform 431 (2009) "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 (2nd
ed.) (Foundation Press, 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 Harvard J. L.
& Tech. 359 (2006) "Managing Biotechnology's
[R]evolution: Has Guarded Enthusiasm Become
Benign Neglect?" 11 Virginia J. L. & Tech. 4 (2006)
* "A Drug by Any Other Name...?: Paradoxes in
Dietary Supplement Risk Regulation," 17 Stanford
L. & Pol'y Rev. 165 (2006)

Professor; Associate Director, Center on
Children and Families
Consulting Editor for Race and Constitutional
Law, The MacMillan Encyclopedia of Race and
Racism (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
Florida J. Law & Pub. Pol'y vii (2006)

Head of Public Services; Tax Law Librarian
"Researching Initiatives and Referendums: A
Guide for Florida," 26 Legal Reference Services
Q. 63 (2007); Book Review: RIA Federal Tax
Handbook 2006, Legal Info. Alert 13 (Feb. 2006)

Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs;
Marshall M. Criser Eminent Scholar in Electronic
Communications and Administrative Law
"The Gary Dinners and the Meaning of Concerted
Action," 62 SMU L. Rev. 597 (2009) "Mandatory



When I first entered academia, I was shocked that so little had been written about Latinos as a community and
about civil rights concerns somewhat unique to them, such as language discrimination. Much of my early writing
was my attempt to help develop a scholarship on Latinos, and latino civil and constitutional rights.
Anyone who does scholarly work understands quickly that law is a slow-moving beast, more the tortoise than the
hare. There are powerful limitations conceptual and cognitive, institutional, limitations of knowledge and imagi-
nation that impair our abilities to see our world as fully as we might. My more recent scholarship has explored
some of these limitations on knowledge and cognition that curb what we otherwise might come to know. For
example, historians must choose the evidence they emphasize, and leave out other evidence. Yet examining that
other evidence can reveal truths as important as those emphasized.
Much of my writing has explored the routine neglect of historical evidence concerning race and race relations
throughout American history, and the reasons for and implications of that neglect. This is a subject that touches all
of us, whether we realize it or not. In doing such research, I have learned some things that I think are important with
regard to those ever-harrowing conversations about race. First, it is most important to become informed about,
and to seek to understand, the other person's (or group's) point of view; it is almost always rational and worthy of
respect. Second, it is not enough to care only about one's own group; it is important to reach across divides and to
care about the welfare of others different from ourselves.

-Juan F. Perea, Cone Wagner Nugent Johnson Hazouri and Roth Professor

Contracting Remedies in the American and
European Microsoft Cases," 75 Antitrust L.J. 787
(2009) "Identifying and Remedying Exclusionary
Conduct: Microsoft, the DOJ Section 2 Report,
and the New Administration," Global Competition
Policy (July 2009) "Bargaining in the Shadow of
the European Microsoft Decision: The Microsoft-
Samba Protocol License," (with Seldon J.
Childers), 102 Northwestern U. L. Rev. Colloquy
332 (2008) "Class Interpleader: The Antitrust
Modernization Commission's Recommendation
to Overrule Illinois Brick," 53 Antitrust Bulletin
725 (2008) "The Ideological Origins and
Evolution of U.S. Antitrust Law," in 1 Issues in
Competition Law and Policy 1 (ABA Antitrust
Section, 2008) "Software Development as an
Antitrust Remedy: Lessons from the Enforcement
of the Microsoft Communications Protocol
Licensing Requirement," (with Seldon J. Childers),
14 Michigan Telecom. & Tech. L. Rev. (2007) *
"Communication and Concerted Action," 38
Loyola U. Chicago L.J. 405 (2007) The Microsoft
Case: Antitrust, High Technology, and Consumer
Welfare (with John Lopatka) (Univ. of Chicago
Press, 2007; paperback edition, 2009) Kintner's
Federal Antitrust Law(11 vols., with Joseph Bauer
and John Lopatka) (Lexis, supplements since 2007)

Cone Wagner Nugent Johnson Hazouri and
Roth Professor
Book Review: Laura Gomez, Manifest Destinies:
The Making of the Mexican American Race,
American Historical Rev. (April, 2009) Latinos
and the Law (with Richard Delgado and Jean
Stefancic) (Thomson-West, 2008) "Of Presidents
and Precedents: The Role of Judicial Review
in Recent Presidential Elections in Peru, Costa
Rica, and the United States," 20 Florida J. Int'l
L. S201 (2008) Race and Races: Cases and
Resources fora Diverse America (2nd ed.), (with
Richard Delgado et. al) (Thomson-West, 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)

Professor Emeritus
"Can We Talk? Overcoming Barriers to Mediating
Private Transborder Commercial Disputes in the
Americas," 41 VanderbiltJ. Transnat'l L. 1251
(2008) "Yes We Can: Overcoming Barriers to
Mediating Private Commercial Disputes," (with
Eva Gmurzynska), 8 Warsaw U. L. Rev. 122 (2008)
* "Just Say No: Minimizing Limited Authority

Negotiating in Court-Mandated Mediation,"
8 Pepperdine Disp. Res. L.J. 273 (2008) Juris
Types: Learning Law Through Self-Understanding
(with Martha M. Peters) (Gainesville, FL: Center
for Applications of Psychological Type, 2007)
* "When Lawyers Move Their Lips: Attorney
Truthfulness in Mediation and a Modest Proposal,"
2007 J. Dispute Resolution 119

Lecturer in Law; Director, International T
rade Law Program, Center for Governmental
Responsibility; Affiliate Lecturer, Department
of Food and Resource Economics; Affiliate
Faculty, Center for Latin American Studies;
Faculty, International Agricultural Trade &
Public Policy Center
Just Trade: A New Covenant Linking Trade and
Human Rights (with Berta Hernandez-Truyol)
(NYU Press 2009) "Peru-U.S. Trade Promotion
Agreement: The New Economic Model for Civil
Society?" TLC Peru Estados Unidos: Contenido
yAplicati6n ch. 13 (Lima: La Universidad Peruana
de Ciencas Aplicadas, Fernando Cantuarias y
Pierino L6pez Raygada, eds., 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. 443 (2007) "Peru-United
States Trade Promotion Agreement: The New
Economic Model for Civil Society?" in Acuerdo
de Promoci6n Comercial Peru-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 Florida J. Int'l L. 93 (2007)

Associate Dean, Library and Technology;
Clarence J. TeSelle Endowed Professor
"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 (2d
ed.) (Marion Staunton, ed.) (Washington, DC: The
American Society of International Law, 2007) *
"AALL History through the Eyes of Its Presidents,
" 98 Law Library J. 299 (2006)

Professor Emeritus
Federal Tax Procedure (2d ed.), (with Jerome

Borison and Steve Johnson) (Matthew
Bender, 2008)

Chesterfield Smith Professor
Dispute Resolution and Lawyers (4th ed.), (with
James E. Westbrook et. al) (Thomson-West,
2009) "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. Dispute
Resolution 157 (2007) "The Place of Mindfulness
in Healing and the Law," in Shifting the Field of
Law & Justice (Linda Hager et. al, eds.) (Center
for Law and Renewal (Kalamazoo, MI: Fetzer
Institute, 2007) "Awareness in Lawyering: A
Primer on Paying Attention," in The Affective
Assistance of Counsel: Practicing Law as a
Healing Profession 447 (Marjorie A. Silver, ed.)
(Carolina Academic Press, 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 (University of Brasilia Faculty
of Law, 2007) "Knowing Yourself: Mindfulness,"
in The Negotiator's Fieldbook (Christopher

Honeyman &Andrea K. Schneider, eds.) (American
Bar Association, 2006) Dispute Resolution
and Lawyers (abridged 3d ed.) (with James E.
Westbrook et al) (Thomson-West, 2006)

Associate Professor
"Contributory Negligence, Technology, and
Trade Secrets," 17 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 1 (2009)
"Technology and Intellectual Property: New Rules
for an Old Game?" 14 J. Technology L. & Pol'y 1
(2009) "Proposing a Mechanism for Removing
Trade Secrets from the Internet," J. Internet L.,
Sept. 2008, at 3 "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 Intel. Prop. & Tech.
Forum 249 "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)

Assistant in Environmental Law, Center for
Governmental Responsibility
"Eroding Long-Term Prospects for Florida's



When I was in law school, 25 years ago, I had no desire for an academic career (boring), and certain-
ly not one focused on crime (depressing) and race (sticky). I was right about one of these-race is a
sticky subject. One thing I know for sure is that when students sign up for a course on crime, race,
and law, they are taking a leap of faith. The leap is that the subject matter, on which many already
have deeply-held opinions, will be presented in a way that is intellectually rigorous, historically hon-
est, and dialogue-enhancing. We cover lots of ground in the course, including capital punishment,
racial profiling, hate crimes, and voir dire. Mid-way through each semester I am exhausted, and
vow to take a break from the subject matter. By the end of each term, my students and I manage to
amble our way to a successful conclusion, intact, and better for the wear. Student queries and class
discussions are engaging and rewarding, especially for me. These discussions often plant seeds for
wonderful ideas for future research.

-Katheryn Russell-Brown, Chesterfield Smith Professor of Law;
Director, Center for the Study of Race and Race Relations

Beaches: Florida's Coastal Construction Control
Line," 1 Sea Grant L. & Pol'y J. 65 (2008) *
"Defending the Polygon: The Emerging Human
Right to Communal Property," (with Thomas
Ankersen), 59 Oklahoma L. Rev 681 (2006) *
"Tierra y Libertad: The Social Function Doctrine
and Land Reform in Latin America," (with
Thomas Ankersen), 19 Tulane Envtl. L. J. 69

Irving Cypen Professor; Associate Director,
Center on Children and Families
"The Town-Gown Relationship," in Race to
Injustice: Lessons Learned from the Duke
Lacrosse Rape Case (Michael L. Seigel, ed.)
(Carolina Academic Press 2009) "Toto, I Have a
Feeling We Are Still in Kansas," in Law Touched
Our Hearts: A Generation Remembers Brown v.
Board of Education (Mildred Wigfall Robinson &
Richard J. Bonnie eds.) (Vanderbilt Univ. Press,
2009) Contributed five case synopses to the
Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court of the
United States (D.S. Tanenhaus, ed., New York:
Macmillan 2008) "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 Multidisciplinary Perspectives (Cambridge
Scholars Pub., 2008) 'Hidden' Lessons:
Teaching and Learning Across the Color Line
(Rowman and Littlefield, 2006)

Chesterfield Smith Professor of Law;
Director, Center for the Study of Race
and Race Relations
The Color of Crime (2d ed.) (NYU Press, 2009)
* Editor, Criminology & Public Policy, Special
Issue: Race and Policing, Vol. 6 (1) (Feb. 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.),
(New York: The New Press, 2006)

Professor; University of Florida Research
Foundation Professor
Editor, Race to Injustice: Lessons Learned from
the Duke Lacrosse Rape Case (Carolina Academic
Press 2009) and contributor of two chapters: "The
Facts and Only the Facts" (with Robert Luck),

and "The Moment of Truth: The Decision to
Institute Charges in a Rape Case" "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 U.
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.)
(Carolina Academic Press, 2006) "The Effective
Use of War Stories in Teaching Evidence," 50 St.
Louis University L. Rev. 1191 (2006)

Associate Professor
"Building a 'New Institutional' Approach
to Corporate Speech," 59 Alabama L. Rev.
247 (2008), reprinted in First Amendment

Handbook 1051 (Rodney M. Smolla ed. 2009)
* "Corporate Speech, Securities Regulation
and an Institutional Approach to the First
Amendment," 48 William & Mary L. Rev. (2006),
reprinted in First Amendment Handbook 601
(Rodney M. Smolla ed. 2008) "The Internet
and Civil Liberties," in Encyclopedia of
American Civil Liberties (Paul Finkelman ed.)
(Routledge, 2006)

Assistant Professor
"The Future of International Antitrust and
Improving Antitrust Agency Capacity," 103
Northwestern U. L. Rev. 1081 (2009) Editor,
Latin American Competition Law and Policy
(with Eleanor M. Fox) (Hart Publishing Oxford
UK, 2009), and contributor of two chapters:
"The Development of Human Capital in
Latin American Competition Policy," and
"Introduction," (with Eleanor M. Fox) *
"Change and Continuity in International
Antitrust Under an Obama Administration,"
Global Competition Policy Magazine (January
2009) "What Do We Really Know About
Export Cartels and What is the Appropriate
Solution?" 4 J. Comp. L. & Econ. 967 (2008)

* "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)

Assistant Professor
"The Original Meaning of 'Unusual': The Eighth
Amendment as a Bar to Cruel Innovation,"
102 Northwestern U. L. Rev. 1739 (2008)
"Incapacitation through Maiming: Chemical
Castration, the Eighth Amendment, and the
Denial of Human Dignity," 3 U. St. Thomas L.
Rev. 559 (2006)

Associate Professor; Director, Center for Estate
and Elder Law Planning; Director, Estates and
Trusts Practice Certificate Program
"Sperms and Estates: The Unintended Estate
Planning Consequences of Recognizing

Parental Obligations of Sperm Donors," 62
SMU Law Rev. 367 (2009) "Liberating Estates
Law from the Constraints of Copyright,"38
Rutgers L. J. 109 (2006)

Foreign & International Law Librarian
"The Ethics of Spying: A Review of the Literature,"
16 Defense Intelligence J. 121 (2007)

Director, Environmental Division,
Center for Governmental Responsibility
"Privatization and the Future of Water
Services," 20 Florida J. Int'l L. 179 (2008)

Legal Skills Professor; Director, Legal
Research & Writing and Appellate Advocacy
"Legal Writing: A Skill Polish Law Students
Should Master in Law School," 8 Warsaw U. L.
Rev. 148 (2008)

Professor; Associate Director,
Center on Children and Families
The Tax Law of Charities and Other Exempt



UF Law faculty serve as consultants to branches of state, federal and international governments.
Many serve in leadership roles on American and Florida Bar committees and task forces or other
prestigious associations such as Amnesty International, the United Nations Institute for Training
and Research, and the International Society of Family Law. Many faculty members graduated at
the top of their classes, and were editors or members of their respective law reviews. More than
20 clerked at the appellate level (half in federal court) and two for the U.S. Supreme Court, and
approximately 30 were associates or partners at law firms. About a dozen earned PhDs, nearly
50 hold LL.M. or master's degrees, and five received Fulbright awards. The pursuit of scholastic
distinction is not at the expense of quality instruction, however. As teachers, they work hard to
engage students intellectually and maintain an accessible, supportive environment that guides
students toward success. Student evaluations reflect high satisfaction with professors, with virtu-
ally all professors scoring well over four on a five-point scale. The involvement of leading private
practitioners including federal and state court judges and attorneys involved in public agencies,
private practice and leading business ventures who teach in specialty areas and lead seminars
help bring current, practical and critical issues and events into the classroom. The result is a true
academic community that nurtures students into ethical lawyers who are tributes to the profession.

Organizations: Statutory Supplement (2d
ed.), (with David A. Brennen & Beverly
I. Moran) (Thomson West, 2008) The
Tax Law of Charities and Other Exempt
Organizations: Cases, Materials, Questions,
and Activities (2nd ed.), (with Darryll K. Jones
et al.) (Thomson-West, 2007) "People in
Glass Houses," 113 Tax Notes 477 (2006)
* "Financial Calculations for Lawyers,"
(University of Florida Department of
Continuing Education, 2006)

Electronic Services Librarian,
Legal Information Center
"Beyond Print: A Second Life for Continuing
Education," 27 Legal Information Alert 1 (2008)

Richard E. Nelson Chair in Local Government Law
Powell on Real Property: Michael Allan Wolf
Desk Edition (LexisNexis Matthew Bender 2009)
* "Becoming a Legal Troublemaker," in Law
Touched Our Hearts: A Generation Remembers
Brown v. Board of Education (Mildred Wigfall
Robinson & Richard J. Bonnie eds. (Vanderbilt
Univ. Press, 2009) "Charles Warren," in The Yale

Biographical Dictionary of American Law (Roger
K. Neman, ed., Yale University Press, 2009) The
Zoning ofAmerica: Euclid v. Ambler (University
Press of Kansas, 2008) General Editor, Powell on
Real Property (Matthew Bender-LexisNexis, 2000-
2009 annual supplements) "William Faulkner,
Legal Commentator: Humanity and Endurance
in Hollywood's Yoknapatawpha," 77 Mississippi
L.J. 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) "Lucas v. South
Carolina Coastal Council," "Lujan v. Defenders of
Wildlife," and "Village of Euclid v. Ambler Realty
Co.," in Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court of
the United States (D.S. Tanenhaus, ed., Macmillan/
Gale, 2008) "Looking Backward: Richard Epstein
Ponders the 'Progressive Peril,'" 105 Michigan L.
Rev. 1233 (2007) (book review essay) "Supreme
Guidance for Wet Growth: Lessons from the High
Court on the Powers and Responsibilities of Local
Governments," 9 Chapman L. Rev. 233 (2006)

David H. Levin Chair Emeritus in Family Law
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
(Nancy Dowd et al, eds.) (Sage Publications,

Clarence J. TeSelle Endowed Professor
"The Shifting Sands of Property Rights,
Federal Railroad Grants, and Economic
History: Hash v. U.S. and the Threat to Rail-
Trail Conversions," 38 Environmental L. 711
(2008) "Charitable Deductions for Rail-Trail
Conversions: Reconciling the Partial Interest
Rule and the National Trails System Act,"
(with Scott Bowman), 32 William & Mary
Envtl. 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 Washington & 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 Hawwa 33 (2007)



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WILLIAM H. PAGE; Senior Associate Dean for
Academic Affairs; Marshall M. Criser Eminent Scholar
STUART R. COHN; Associate Dean for International Studies;
Gerald A. Sohn Scholar
MICHAEL K. FRIEL; Associate Dean and Director,
Graduate Taxation Program
RACHEL INMAN; Associate Dean for Students
MARK FENSTER; Associate Dean for Faculty
M. KATHLEEN PRICE; Associate Dean, Library and
Technology; Clarence J. TeSelle Professor of Law
LINDA CALVERT HANSON; Assistant Dean for
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programs. It offers J.D. certificate programs
in Environmental and Land Use Law,
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Intellectual Property Law, and International
and Comparative Law; an extensive array of
joint degree programs; specialized centers,
institutes and program areas; and strong
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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
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PROGRAMS for more than three decades,
and many members of the faculty are
experts in international legal issues. These
programs and its LL.M. in Comparative
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the school's curriculum and international
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programs and scholars around the globe.
* Has a longstanding tradition of preparing
its graduates for significant leadership
roles. Its alumni include four presidents

of the American Bar Association since
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Zack serves as president in 2010-11 the
majority of The Florida Bar presidents,
including its immediate past president,
John G. White III, and president-elect,
Mayanne Downs; four governors of
Florida; and hundreds of state senators
and representatives and Florida Cabinet
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