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Faculty scholarships and activities

Published: Oct 4th, 2010

Attila Andrade Jr. Visiting ProfessorAndrade has conceived a new formula according to which moral damages and abstract pain can be calculated in law suit cases. His formula is explained in […]

Faculty scholarship and activities

Published: Apr 19th, 2010

Joe Little Emeritus Professor; Alumni Research Scholar Speaking on AG McCollum’s lawsuit challenging the recently passed Patient Protection and Care Affordability Act (April 7, 2010, WOKV Radio) McCollum’s suite argues […]

UF Law professors debate death penalty

Published: Apr 12th, 2010

Four UF Law professors opined on the death penalty Wednesday in a panel sponsored by the Center for the Study of Race and Race Relations. Opinions varied, with Professor George […]

Faculty scholarship and activities

Published: Feb 22nd, 2010

Jarold H. Israel Professor Emeritus Spoke to the Orlando Chapter of The Federal Bar Association on Feb. 18. The topic was “Grand Jury Screening & Indictment Challenges.”  Lea Johnston Assistant […]

Professor Kenneth Nunn Explores Policy Questions and Concerns as Host of WUFT-TV’s ‘Law Matters’

Professor Kenneth Nunn Explores Policy Questions and Concerns as Host of WUFT-TV’s ‘Law Matters’

Published: Feb 25th, 2008

It was nearly 10 years ago that Professor Kenneth Nunn appeared as a guest on “Law Matters,” a local program broadcasted by WUFT-TV, that eventually led to his interest in […]

Documentary and Discussion Highlight BLSA Death Penalty Moratorium Week

Documentary and Discussion Highlight BLSA Death Penalty Moratorium Week

Published: Jan 21st, 2008

The cold rainy weather and last minute room change could not keep passionate students from attending the showing of “After Innocence” on Wednesday, Jan. 16. The documentary, which follows the […]

Nunn Comments on Make-Up of Boot Camp Trial Jury, Mills Discussses Crist’s Deal With Seminole Indians

Nunn Comments on Make-Up of Boot Camp Trial Jury, Mills Discussses Crist’s Deal With Seminole Indians

Published: Nov 19th, 2007

UF Levin College of Law Professor Kenneth Nunn (pictured, right) spoke with the Tallahassee Democrat on the ongoing federal civil rights investigation into the jury selection in the trial of […]

Panel Discussion Focuses on Jena Six Controversy

Panel Discussion Focuses on Jena Six Controversy

Published: Sep 24th, 2007

University of Florida Law Professors Rod Uphoff, Kenneth Nunn, and Juan Perea (pictured left to right) gathered Tuesday, Sept. 18, to discuss the controversy surrounding the “Jena Six,” a group […]