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BLSA Presents Speaker and Documentary to Increase Awareness of HIV/AIDS

BLSA Presents Speaker and Documentary to Increase Awareness of HIV/AIDS

Published: Feb 18th, 2008

The Black Law Students Association marked National Black HIV-AIDS Awareness Day with a presentation Bonita Young (pictured left) and tabling in the Schott Courtyard, where students handed out condoms and […]

Need For Volunteers in Low-Income Communities Greater Than Ever, Expert Tells UF Law Students

Need For Volunteers in Low-Income Communities Greater Than Ever, Expert Tells UF Law Students

Published: Feb 18th, 2008

With many experts predicting an economic recession in the U.S. in 2008, the need for volunteers in low-income communities is greater than ever, April Carrie Charney, a nationally recognized expert […]

‘Pathways to Employment’ Brings Law Students Together With Practitioners

‘Pathways to Employment’ Brings Law Students Together With Practitioners

Published: Feb 18th, 2008

The International Law Society (ILS), in conjunction with the Center for Career Services and the ABA Section of International Law will host “Pathways to Employment,” a unique forum that brings […]

Mills Argues Crist Violated Florida Constitution When He Agreed With Seminole Tribe to Expand Gambling

Mills Argues Crist Violated Florida Constitution When He Agreed With Seminole Tribe to Expand Gambling

Published: Feb 18th, 2008

UF Law Professor Jon Mills, director of UF’s Center for Governmental Responsibility, was quoted in stories in newspapers across the state when the Florida Supreme Court heard oral arguments in […]

Government Surveillance Puts Privacy at Risk, Professor Christopher Slobogin Writes in New Book

Government Surveillance Puts Privacy at Risk, Professor Christopher Slobogin Writes in New Book

Published: Feb 18th, 2008

Acts of surveillance by the United States government, from the increasing use of closed-circuit televisions and global positioning systems to a wide array of sophisticated technologies that can access records […]

Nelson Symposium Explores Many Implications of Going Green for Local Governments

Nelson Symposium Explores Many Implications of Going Green for Local Governments

Published: Feb 18th, 2008

UF Law students and faculty, state and local government agency representatives and building contractors gathered to discuss the many implications of “Going Green” to improve the environmental landscape for future […]

Merrill to Deliver First Annual Wolf Family Lecture in the American Law of Real Property Feb. 22

Merrill to Deliver First Annual Wolf Family Lecture in the American Law of Real Property Feb. 22

Published: Feb 18th, 2008

Columbia University Law Professor Thomas W. Merrill will deliver the first annual Wolf Family Lecture in the American Law of Real Property at 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 22, in 285B […]

Career Spotlight: Fair C. Kim

Career Spotlight: Fair C. Kim

Published: Feb 18th, 2008

For law students who want to get great experience and give back to their country at the same time, they need look no further for a good example than UF […]

Families In Transition Lecture Series Continues With Talk by Angela Mae Kupenda Feb. 19

Families In Transition Lecture Series Continues With Talk by Angela Mae Kupenda Feb. 19

Published: Feb 18th, 2008

The Center for Children and Families 2007-08 lecture series, “Families In Transition,” continues at noon Tuesday, Feb. 19, in the Chesterfield Smith Ceremonial Classroom (180 Holland Hall) with a presentation […]

Music Law Conference Hits The Right Note With Musicians, Attorneys and Business Executives

Music Law Conference Hits The Right Note With Musicians, Attorneys and Business Executives

Published: Feb 18th, 2008

When Brian Mencher (JD 02) organized the inaugural Music Law Conference, he was just like any other law student trying to make a difference. After being rejected three times from […]