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Students trot to help retired horses

Students trot to help retired horses

Published: Oct 21st, 2013

Among the paddocks along rolling, windswept meadows in rural Alachua County, a horse plays hard to get. With his hoof. Nine UF Law students are among the volunteers grooming the thoroughbred Sunshine, the donkey Shamrock and other equine residents of Mill Creek Farm for Retired Horses. It’s a [...]

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Students face off in political debate

Published: Oct 21st, 2013

The argument over the Patient Protection, Affordable Care Act and the government shutdown — the hot-button topic for every news network, political pundit and blog — came to the Levin College of Law on Tuesday. UF Law’s chapter of the 8th Judicial Circuit Law Student Association (EJCLSA) [...]

Grad’s love for international law directly benefits ICAM

Grad’s love for international law directly benefits ICAM

Published: Oct 21st, 2013

Eduardo “Eddy” Palmer (JD 85) loves international law. That’s why he’s supported the International Commercial Arbitration Moot (ICAM) team with financial donations for more than a decade and adjunct coaching for nine years. Each spring the team competes against groups from law schools [...]

Jobs & Opportunities: Oct. 21, 2013

Published: Oct 21st, 2013

  • Certificate student registration priority takes place this week
  • Intellectual Property Certificate Program hosts informational lunch Tuesday
  • The E. Thom Rumberger Fellows Program deadline Oct. 31

Mills, Chonin delve into upcoming education case

Mills, Chonin delve into upcoming education case

Published: Oct 21st, 2013

Florida’s public schools are struggling. While that fact is hard to argue, opinions on how to fix the problem are diverse and often conflicting. Citizens for Strong Schools v. Florida State Board of Education, filed by a group seeking public education reform, seeks to hold the state [...]

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‘Powerful voice for equality’ addresses segregation issues today at noon

Published: Oct 21st, 2013

Pedro Noguera, a sociology professor from NYU, will explore the often overlooked issue of school segregation in the Center on Children and Families’ eighth annual Distinguished Weyrauch Lecture at UF Law, today at noon in HOL 180, with a reception to follow. The lecture is free and open to the public.

News Briefs: Oct. 21, 2013

News Briefs: Oct. 21, 2013

Published: Oct 21st, 2013

  • Faculty participate in international sales law scholars conference
  • ‘Balancing Work and Life: A Woman’s Perspective’ on Oct. 22
  • FJIL collecting non-perishable goods for Salvation Army now thru Nov.1
  • Justice Lewis lecture open to law faculty, students
  • Pizza for your thoughts?
  • Meet the attorneys from Hopping, Green & Sams
  • Ninth annual International Taxation Symposium

Faculty Scholarship & Activities

Published: Oct 21st, 2013

Professor Harrison presented his paper at a SEALS meeting and received a plaque for best paper, Dean Jerry was quoted in the media along with Professors Little and Marian, and Professor Sokol made two presentations and served as a panelist at the ABA Antitrust /IP Conference.