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.
Published: Oct 14th, 2013
Since 9/11, the issue of national security has never been far from the spotlight. The Florida Law Review’s Poucher Legal Education Series made it clear that with the ongoing threat of terrorist attacks, chemical weapons being used in Syria, the recent controversies around the National Security Administration and WikiLeaks, and advancing technology – national security is as important now as it has ever been. [...]
Published: Oct 7th, 2013
Did you know that three out of four workers, including more than half of straight, white males, cover at least one aspect of their identity? UF Law students, faculty and staff listened to Coif Distinguished Visitor Kenji Yoshino, the Chief Justice Earl Warren Professor of Constitutional Law at New York University [...]
Published: Sep 30th, 2013
From undercover spies infiltrating foreign countries to the timely debate over the use of drones, the topic of national security easily piques interest, intrigue and debate. This year’s Allen L. Poucher Legal Education Series will delve into the challenging world of national security with a panel including a retired [...]
Published: Sep 23rd, 2013
Despite an ever-increasing emphasis on diversity and inclusion in the workplace, a recent study suggests that three out of four workers – including half of white males – have “covered” their identity in the workplace. New York University Law Professor Kenji Yoshino, who co-authored the study, will discuss the act of covering [...]
Published: Sep 16th, 2013
A criminal defendant’s right to counsel is often taken for granted in today’s justice system, but until 50 years ago that right was not guaranteed. It wasn’t until the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision in Gideon v. Wainwright that courts were required to provide counsel for those who could not afford their own attorneys. [...]
Published: Sep 9th, 2013
Susskind will deliver the University of Florida Levin College of Law’s Marshall M. Criser Lecture Thursday at 10:30 a.m. in UF Law’s Chesterfield Smith Ceremonial Classroom, HOL 180. Following the lecture, small groups of students will have an opportunity to eat lunch and engage in an informal discussion [...]
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.
Published: Aug 26th, 2013
I am pleased, speaking also for our faculty and staff, to extend a heartfelt welcome to our new first-year students, to all of our returning second- and third-year students, to our transfer students, and to all of our LL.M. and other graduate students. I hope you had a pleasurable and productive summer, and it is great to have you with us this fall. [...]
Published: Aug 15th, 2013
As part of the Introduction to Law School and the Profession program hosted each year by the University of Florida Levin College of Law Office of Student Affairs, more than 300 first-year students got their hands dirty Aug. 15 serving Gainesville and surrounding communities.