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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.

Faculty Scholarship & Activities: Feb. 25, 2013

Published: Feb 25th, 2013

Professor Dale served as editor-in-chief of the first volume of a journal; Professor Davis was appointed by Chief Justice Ricky Polston to the Supreme Court standing Mediator Qualifications Board; Professor Dekle was interviewed by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette; Professor Dowd gave two lectures at Willamette University; Professor Marian presented a work-in-progress at FSU; Professor Mazur was quoted in a Foreign Policy magazine article; Professor Nance was published in Stanford Law Review Online; Professor Nunn was interviewed by the Orlando Sentinel; Professor Rowe served as a panelist at the American Intellectual Property Law Association’s Mid-Winter Institute; Professor Stinneford’s paper was published; Professor Wolf made a presentation at the Nelson Symposium and made a presentation at the University of Utah; and Professor Zheng presented a work-in-progress at the University of Tennessee, a paper at the Cato Institute and was a panelist at “Understanding State Capitalism” in D.C.

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Justice Stevens: ‘Have everybody know that your word is good’

Published: Feb 11th, 2013

At 92, retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens has a lifetime of experience and legal wisdom to impart, which he readily did Tuesday at UF Law. Stevens was welcomed for the second time in five years, as the Marshall M. Criser Distinguished Lecturer. Stevens spoke at the inaugural Criser Lecture at UF Law in 2008.

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Justice John Paul Stevens speaks at UF Law Tuesday

Published: Feb 4th, 2013

Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens will be at UF Law Tuesday as this semester’s Marshall Criser Distinguished Lecturer. The conversation at 12:30 p.m. in the Marcia Whitney Schott Courtyard, is expected to cover issues including proportionality in sentencing, the justice’s proposal for an amendment of the Supremacy Clause of Article VI of the U.S. Constitution, and his criminal law jurisprudence.

Supreme Court Justice at UF Law Feb. 5

Supreme Court Justice at UF Law Feb. 5

Published: Jan 28th, 2013

Tickets are now available to hear retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens speak at UF Law, Tuesday, Feb. 5. The conversation is expected to cover a number of issues, including proportionality in sentencing, the Justice’s proposal for an amendment of the Supremacy Clause of Article VI of the U.S. Constitution […]

Explore South Africa, learn rich history and culture this summer

Explore South Africa, learn rich history and culture this summer

Published: Jan 14th, 2013

Ever wanted to explore another continent or be immersed in another culture? Students enrolled in the UF Law South Africa study abroad program can do that and more this summer. From June 10 to July 12, students will be enrolled in the University of Cape Town (UCT), studying comparative and […]

Faculty scholarship and activities

Published: Apr 2nd, 2012

Bob Dekle Legal Skills Professor “‘Stand Your Ground’ Under Microscope” (March 21, 2012, WCJB TV-20), Dekle, along with several UF Law students, contributed to this segment from TV-20 News. Dekle […]

Faculty scholarship and activities

Published: Mar 26th, 2012

Bob Dekle Legal Skills Professor “Experts: Hazing case could be tough” (March 17, 2012, St. Augustine Record) This article looks at challenges prosecutors are facing in the hazing death of Florida […]

Panel discussion featuring UF professors of Troy Davis’ two-decade legal odyssey Thursday

Published: Oct 24th, 2011

UF students are invited to a discussion Thursday from 4:30 to 6:30 in the Chesterfield Smith Ceremonial Classroom, HOL 180, on “Troy Davis and The Law: A discussion of Troy […]

Executive director of Florida Innocence Commission encourages 2Ls and 3Ls to join

Published: Oct 11th, 2010

Lester Garringer, executive director of the Florida Innocence Commission, discussed research opportunities with students on Monday, Oct. 4. The Commission was established by order of Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice […]