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Administrators address concerns at Town Hall meeting

Administrators address concerns at Town Hall meeting

Published: Apr 15th, 2013

On April 9, the John Marshall Bar Association hosted UF Law’s latest Town Hall Meeting with four UF Law deans. Historically these meetings have led to updates like the study lounge and more swipe card entries. “It’s been really encouraging to see the administration is really taking […]

Faculty Scholarship & Activities: April 15, 2013

Published: Apr 15th, 2013

Professor Blair’s paper was accepted for publication; Professor Cohen spoke on two panels at an ABA meeting; Professor DiMatteo was a faculty achievement award winner; Dean Flournoy was selected by UNC-Chapel Hill as its scholar of the week; Professor Hernández-Truyol was appointed to the board of the Southern Legal Counsel; Dean Jerry published an essay; Professor Johnston presented a work-in-progress at Wake Forest; Professor Nagan’s published two articles; Professor Rawls participated in UF Law’s Law and Justice Conference; Professor Sokol was named chairman of the Hispanic National Bar Association’s new Law Professor Committee; and Professors Dekle, Hamilton, Lidsky, McMahon and Nunn were quoted as experts in various local and national media.

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Administration listens to student concerns at town hall

Published: Nov 19th, 2012

University of Florida Levin College of Law’s John Marshall Bar Association held a town hall to tackle hot-button issues for students and potential solutions. Students, faculty, and staff filled the Chesterfield Smith Ceremonial Classroom on Nov. 13 to discuss concerns regarding exam scheduling, the variety of classes […]

Faculty scholarship and activities

Published: Oct 11th, 2010

Mary Jane Angelo ProfessorMary Jane Angelo presented “Environmental Practice Before Administrative Law Judges: A Federal/State Comparison” at the ABA Environment, Energy and Resources Meeting in New Orleans, LA.  Alyson Flournoy […]

Oil spill symposium digs deep into issues

Published: Sep 20th, 2010

“What has happened? A lot. What needs to happen? A lot.” This was UF Law Professor Alyson Flournoy’s response to the federal government’s actions since the BP oil disaster April […]

Faculty scholarships and activities

Published: Sep 13th, 2010

Bob Dekle “Goldie Robinson: Elderly South Daytona woman was unearthed in trailer park, autopsy confirms” (Sept. 7, 2010, Orlando Sentinel) A woman’s body was discovered in a homemade grave, and […]

Professors address oil spill at ACS event

Published: Sep 13th, 2010

There may be no use crying over spilled milk, but spilled oil is something the government should be concerned about. Better government regulation in industries affecting the environment, such as […]

Faculty scholarship and activities

Published: Feb 8th, 2010

Jonathan Cohen Professor; Associate Director, Institute for Dispute Resolution “An attempt to revive the lost art of apology” (Jan. 30, 2010, New York Times) Cohen explained that an accident involving […]

Faculty Scholarship and Activities

Faculty Scholarship and Activities

Published: Aug 31st, 2009

Mary Jane Angelo Associate Professor Published “Stumbling Toward Success: A Story of Adaptive Law and Ecological Resilience” in the Nebraska Law Review     George “Bob” Dekle Legal Skills Professor […]

Law Pubs Win Awards

Published: May 22nd, 2000

The Levin College of Law won two trophies and a certificate of distinction in UF’s inaugural Golden Gator Public Relations Competition for publications produced in 1999 by Publications Coordinator Debra […]