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E-Discovery kicks off Thursday, registration still open

Published: Apr 1st, 2013

“Electronic Discovery for the Small and Medium Case” kicks off Thursday, but registration is still open. The conference, co-sponsored by UF Law and the Electronic Discovery Reference Model, will be held Thursday and Friday at UF Law and will also be available as a live, online stream. [...]

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Dunwody lecturer discusses victories and losses in the Affordable Care Act

Published: Apr 1st, 2013

Although the Supreme Court did not reach the overall decision on the Affordable Care Act that he would have liked, Georgetown Law Professor Randy Barnett said victory was achieved “by the constitutional theories we prevented from being adopted by the Supreme [...]

South African freedom fighter discusses human rights at UF Law

South African freedom fighter discusses human rights at UF Law

Published: Apr 1st, 2013

A quiet hum of voices filled the Chesterfield Smith Ceremonial Classroom, HOL 180, at about noon March 26. Albie Sachs sat on a table at the front of the room, wearing a gold-patterned shirt and a calm expression. His right sleeve hung empty beside his body—a symbol of the lifelong [...]

JLPP media law symposium discusses Stolen Valor Act

JLPP media law symposium discusses Stolen Valor Act

Published: Apr 1st, 2013

The protection of false factual statements under the First Amendment in the case of United Sates v. Alvarez was the topic of a panel discussion at the Journal of Law and Public Policy’s Media Law Symposium on March 14 in the Martin H. Levin Advocacy Center. In 2012, the United States [...]

Jobs & Opportunities: April 1, 2013

Published: Apr 1st, 2013


Legal Writing/Appellate Advocacy department seeks teaching assistants


The Legal Writing/Appellate Advocacy department is accepting applications for teaching assistants.

Career Corner: A cross-generational friendship turned business partnership

Career Corner: A cross-generational friendship turned business partnership

Published: Apr 1st, 2013

Ask Larry Singleton (JD 12) and Daniel Weiss (JD 12) what they have in common, and they will list their accounting degrees from Florida State University, interest in all things business-law related and love of racquetball. Perhaps the last thing anyone would guess is their 36-year age [...]

Faculty Scholarship & Activities: April 1, 2013

Published: Apr 1st, 2013

Professor Nancy Dowd recently finished the first phase of a guest professorship in Sweden and will present research April 5 at Indiana University; Professor Joseph Jackson was quoted in various media; Professor Christine Klein published two articles; Professor Martin McMahon participated in a panel discussion and presented a paper; and Professor Lea Johnston published an article and presented a paper at the UF Law’s Criminal Justice Center Junior Scholar’s Conference along with Professors Tom Lin, Jason Nance and John Stinneford.