News Briefs January 18, 2011
UF Law welcomes new accounting coordinator
Lindsay Segawa is UF Law’s new Accounting Coordinator III. She replaced Sandy Tyson, the former financial supervisor. Segawa’s responsibilities will include reconciliation and review of budgets and fiscal transactions. Additionally, she will work closely with the Center for Governmental Responsibility on the management of its grants. Segawa, who has a bachelor of arts in business administration with a concentration in accounting, was previously an administrative officer with the University of Hawaii working in many areas of fiscal management, from procurement and payables to grant management and budgeting. “I’m really looking forward to meeting and working with new people,” Segawa said.
Journal of Technology Law and Policy publishes 15th Anniversary issues this year
The Journal of Technology Law and Policy is excited to be publishing its 15th Anniversary issues this school year. Alumni of the journal can receive recognition by participating in the 15th Anniversary Alumni Sponsorship. We are extremely grateful to the following alumni who have already graciously contributed to the sponsorship: Matthew Thatcher, Kris Powell, Ken Tinkler, Gabriel Fitch, Rebecca McFadyen, and Maulin Shah. For more information on the sponsorship or questions on how to get involved with the journal, please contact Nicole Fluet, editor-in-chief, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Princeton Review seeks input from law students
The Princeton Review has once again named the University of Florida Levin College of Law one of the best law schools in the nation. Distinguished schools will be profiled in the 2012 edition of Best Law Schools. In order to help them represent UF Law accurately, please fill out the following survey to author a new “Students Say” profile and update our ratings.
Law School College Republicans resume meetings
The Law School College Republicans will be starting back up after a brief hiatus. Meetings will be every other Tuesday (beginning on the 18th) at 12:30 p.m. in the meeting room in the back of the law school cafeteria. For more information, join the Facebook group by e-mailing email@example.com. This week the group will be organizing for the upcoming semester. All interested are invited to come. Adviser professor is Steve Willis and club chairman is Bryan Griffin.