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Legal futurist Richard Susskind to deliver Criser Lecture

Published: Sep 3rd, 2013

We all know by now the legal profession is rapidly changing, with tried-and-true traditions falling by the wayside to make room for technology, globalization and a new generation. But few understand this better than Richard Susskind, a renowned legal “futurist,” author and adviser who has written extensively on the future of the legal industry and how to best prepare for changes to come.

News Briefs: Sept. 3, 2013

Published: Sep 3rd, 2013

  • Florida Moot Court hosts final four competition Friday
  • JLPP congratulates new editors
  • Royalties in standard-setting organizations at Heath Lecture Sept. 11
  • Constitution Day Celebration Sept. 17
  • Commemorating 50 years of the right to counsel at UF Law Sept. 19
  • Restatement of International Sales Law Conference in St. Augustine
  • UF Law Class Lectures Honor Justice Overton

Jobs & Opportunities: Sept. 3, 2013

Published: Sep 3rd, 2013

  • Interested in Environmental and Land Use Law?
  • Inn of Court accepting applications
  • Admissions seeks new recruiters
  • Student Law Alumni Council social takes place Sept. 20
  • ICAIR/E-Discovery Project student research assistant opening
  • Got any international photos?

Royalties in standard-setting organizations at Heath Lecture

Royalties in standard-setting organizations at Heath Lecture

Published: Sep 3rd, 2013

Carlton’s presentation, “How Should Royalties be Determined in Standard-Setting Organizations?” will be Sept. 11, at 11 a.m. in the Martin Levin Advocacy Center. The event is free and open to the public.

Faculty Scholarship & Activities

Published: Sep 3rd, 2013

Faculty have been actively participating in presentations and panels and publishing articles and books. They’ve also remained as leading experts to local and national media on the latest issues.

Career Corner: Republican Gator applies lessons to politics

Career Corner: Republican Gator applies lessons to politics

Published: Sep 3rd, 2013

Nelson Diaz (JD 04) is comfortable with uncertainty. In law school, he actually loved the Socratic Method. “Even after giving the response, my professors rarely acknowledged whether it was right or wrong so you were always left to wonder,” Diaz said. “The Socratic method really forces your mind to go into overdrive and stay there.”