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3L publishes two law review articles, awaits book publishing

3L publishes two law review articles, awaits book publishing

Published: Apr 16th, 2012

Caroline Joan (Kay) S. Picart (3L) has published two law review articles in April 2012: “A Tango between Copyright and Critical Race Theory: Whiteness as Status Property in Balanchine’s Ballets, […]

3L publishes new book on monsters

Published: Mar 19th, 2012

Speaking of MonstersĀ is no scary story. The new book from UF Law’s Caroline Picart (3L), who is also editor-in-chief of theĀ Florida Journal of International Law, takes on the world of […]

Student earns four degrees, travels world before enrolling at UF Law

Student earns four degrees, travels world before enrolling at UF Law

Published: Jan 23rd, 2012

If life were a chessboard, Caroline Picart (3L) would be the queen. Her ability to move swiftly and decisively has amounted to four degrees of higher education in biology and […]

3L presents work in San Diego

Published: Oct 17th, 2011

Caroline Joan (Kay) Picart (3L) presented a work in progress on “Copyright and Choreography: The Construction of Whiteness in Loie Fuller’s, George Balanchine’s and Martha Graham’s Choreographic Works” at the […]

3L publishes co-authored book review, invited to present at San Diego conference

Published: Aug 29th, 2011

Caroline Joan (“Kay”) Picart (3L) published a co-authored book review with Marlowe Fox of Marouf A. Hasian, Jr.’s Rhetorical Vectors of Memory in National and International Holocaust Trials (East Lansing, […]