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UFLaw Student Profile: Horn Chairs County Republican Executive Committee

Published: Jan 21st, 2003

Former Law School Republicans (LSR) President Travis Horn (right, with Governor Jeb Bush) was elected Chair of the Alachua County Republican Executive Committee (REC) in December, the first student to […]

In the Spotlight: Charles Collier

Published: Jan 21st, 2003

• Professor Charles Collier published “The Harsh Judgment of History: The Terrorist Worldview and Intellectual Values” in Dissent (Winter 2003).

In the Spotlight: Jonathan Cohen

Published: Jan 21st, 2003

Associate Professor/Associate Director, Institute for Dispute Resolution Jonathan Cohen’s article “Adversaries? Partners? How about Counterparts? On Metaphors in the Practice and Teaching of Negotiation and Dispute Resolution,” will be published […]

In the Spotlight: Juan Perea

Published: Jan 21st, 2003

Professor Juan Perea published “Killing Me Softly, With His Song: Anglocentrism and Celebrating Nouveaux Latinas/os,” as part of the LatCrit VI symposium issue in the Florida Law Review. He also […]

In the Spotlight: William Page

Published: Jan 21st, 2003

Marshall M. Criser Eminent Scholar in Electronic Communications and Administrative Law/Associate Dean of Faculty Development William Page published Volume Two of Kintner’s Federal Antitrust Law: Practices Prohibited by the Sherman […]

In the Spotlight: Lars Noah

Published: Jan 21st, 2003

Professor Lars Noah’s article, “The Coming Pharmacogenomics Revolution: Tailoring Drugs to Fit Patients’ Genetic Profiles,” is lead article in the latest issue of Jurimetrics, the ABA’s scholarly journal of law, […]

In The Spotlight: Michael Gordon

Published: Jan 21st, 2003

Michael Gordon has completed the manuscript for the 6th edition of his West Group casebook, International Business Transactions. He also spoke on “Lack of Predictability in Procedural Stages of Civil […]

Overton Takes Students on Field Trip to Florida Supreme Court

Published: Jan 21st, 2003

Many of Florida’s best known lawyers and judges help teach UFLaw classes each semester. Few are more illustrious than former Chief Justice Ben Overton (JD 52). He is not only […]