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Government Surveillance Puts Privacy at Risk, Professor Christopher Slobogin Writes in New Book

Government Surveillance Puts Privacy at Risk, Professor Christopher Slobogin Writes in New Book

Published: Feb 18th, 2008

Acts of surveillance by the United States government, from the increasing use of closed-circuit televisions and global positioning systems to a wide array of sophisticated technologies that can access records […]

Faculty Scholarship & Activities

Faculty Scholarship & Activities

Published: Nov 26th, 2007

Faculty Scholarship & Activities Christine A. Klein Professor; Associate Dean for Faculty Development Published “The Law of the Lakes: From Protectionism to Sustainability,” 5 Michigan State Law Review 1259 (2006) […]

The Washington Post Calls on UF Law Professors Slobogin and Seigel for Expert Commentary

Published: Nov 26th, 2007

UF Law Professors Christopher Slobogin and Mike Seigel each made appearances in the pages of The Washington Post recently. Slobogin and his newly published book, Privacy at Risk, were mentioned […]

Faculty Scholarship & Activities

Faculty Scholarship & Activities

Published: Nov 19th, 2007

Faculty Scholarship & Activities Leonard L. Riskin Chesterfield Smith Professor of Law Published “The Place of Mindfulness in Healing and the Law,” in Shifting The Field of Law & Justice […]

Faculty Scholarship & Activities

Faculty Scholarship & Activities

Published: Nov 12th, 2007

Lyrissa Lidsky Professor; UF Research Foundation Professor Participated in a panel at the University of Florda, “When Free Speech & Tasers Meet,” which discussed free speech, use of force, and […]

Faculty Scholarship & Activities

Faculty Scholarship & Activities

Published: Nov 5th, 2007

Thomas T. Ankersen Legal Skills Professor The Office of the Provost announced Ankersen will be the Faculty Fellow in Sustainability beginning in the Spring 2008 semester. As the fellowship awardee, […]

Faculty Scholarship & Activities

Faculty Scholarship & Activities

Published: Oct 22nd, 2007

Faculty Scholarship & Activities Andrew Z. Adkins III Director of the Legal Technology Institute Adkins and Natalie Kelly, director of law practice management for the State Bar of Georgia, teamed […]

Faculty Scholarship & Activities

Faculty Scholarship & Activities

Published: Oct 8th, 2007

Elizabeth A. Rowe Assistant Professor Presented a talk titled “The Challenge of Protecting Trade Secret Information in a Digital World,” at a conference at the George Washington School of Law […]

UF Law Faculty in the News

UF Law Faculty in the News

Published: Oct 1st, 2007

Kenneth B. Nunn Professor; Associate Director, Center on Children and Families The Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 21. Quoted in an online article written about the recent questions of bias in […]

Faculty Scholarship & Activities

Faculty Scholarship & Activities

Published: Oct 1st, 2007

  Faculty Scholarship & Activities Lars Noah Professor Published his article “Too High a Price for Some Drugs?: The FDA Burdens Reproductive Choice,” 44 San Diego L. Rev. 231 (2007). […]