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Expert to explain downside of city parks

Expert to explain downside of city parks

Published: Feb 23rd, 2015

Residents of Manhattan and other densely populated urban areas might welcome small parks and open spaces as a respite from the pervasive concrete and asphalt, but a Yale Law professor […]

Faculty Scholarship & Activities

Published: Feb 23rd, 2015

Professor Lidsky spoke at an ABA forum and was quoted in the media and Professor Russell-Brown was invited by the New York Times Book Review to review three children’s books on race.

Meet the clinic staff

Meet the clinic staff

Published: Feb 23rd, 2015

The clinics at the University of Florida Levin College of Law bring dual goals of advocacy and teaching to the law school. Their mission statement reads: “Our goal is to […]

Gator100 Honoree Nick Nanton: ‘Be flexible’

Gator100 Honoree Nick Nanton: ‘Be flexible’

Published: Feb 23rd, 2015

UF Law alumnus Nick Nanton leads the largest personal branding agency in the world: DNA: The Dicks + Nanton Celebrity Branding Agency. That same branding agency is also the ninth fastest-growing Gator company in the world with a growth rate of 113.07 […]

Gator100 Honoree Jill McCrory: ‘Focus on your passions’

Gator100 Honoree Jill McCrory: ‘Focus on your passions’

Published: Feb 23rd, 2015

Jill McCrory (JD 01, LLMT 03) never anticipated the challenges of being a female lawyer. Men were getting promoted before her, and she wondered if she was doing something wrong. Feeling like she didn’t fit in, McCrory started reading books on the history […]

National expert to discuss ‘Taxes and Inequality in a Changing Economy’

National expert to discuss ‘Taxes and Inequality in a Changing Economy’

Published: Feb 16th, 2015

While income inequality continues to grow in the United States, so do proposals to fix the problem. National tax expert Leonard E. Burman will discuss this pressing topic in his discussion, “Taxes and Inequality in a Changing Economy,” at the University of Florida […]

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Yale professor to discuss ‘Open Spaces in Urban Areas’

Published: Feb 16th, 2015

Residents of Manhattan and other densely populated urban areas might welcome small parks and open spaces as a respite from the pervasive concrete and asphalt, but a Yale Law professor says these urban oases have plenty of downsides. […]

Veteran enrollment at UF Law on the rise

Veteran enrollment at UF Law on the rise

Published: Feb 16th, 2015

When Monique Wilson (3L) took the long trek up to Tallahassee to lobby for the Florida GI Bill, she did so with the hopes of the Levin College of Law becoming one of the preeminent destinations for returning veterans to study law. Not even a year later, the number […]

UF hosts international antitrust conference in Miami

UF hosts international antitrust conference in Miami

Published: Feb 16th, 2015

Along with the Global Competition Review and economic consulting firm Charles River Associates, the University of Florida Levin College of Law co-hosted a premier international antitrust conference at The Ritz-Carlton […]

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Nelson Symposium digs into eminent domain

Published: Feb 16th, 2015

It’s been nearly 10 years since Suzette Kelo lost the battle to save her home, but its reverberations are still felt across the country. On Friday, Feb. 6, UF Law hosted the 14th annual Richard E. Nelson Symposium, where panels of experts […]